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The Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker developed the 32 seat turboprop F.27 Friendship to replace the DC-3. In 1956 Fokker licensed U.S. manufacturer Fairchild to produce the F.27. In April 1958 the Fairchild F.27 flew and in November 1958 the first Fokker produced F.27–100 was delivered to Aer Lingus. In November 1967 the F.27–500 (FH.227 in the U.S.) first flew. The 500 was a stretched version and the most numerous with 123 being produced.When production ended in 1987 there were 586 Fokker and 207 Fairchild aircraft built.
Fokker F-27 c/n 847/10200 was manufactured in early 1962 and given a Fokker registration of PH-FDO. In 1962 Austral Líneas Aéreas was supposed to take delivery of this aircraft registered as LV-PMP then registered as LV-PTO but the airline never took delivery. In August 1962 the F27–100 was converted to an F27–200 and sold to Lufttransport Unternehmen as D-BAKE. In March 1965 Balair acquired the aircraft and registered it as HB-AAU and operated it until April 1972. A couple of more owners and the aircraft was withdrawn from use in 1988 and used for fire training in Copenhagen.
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