Anthony Fokker, or Tonny for short, in the cockpit of his 2nd Spin (Spider).
Due to so many wires that surrounded him, he really felt like a spider in a web.
(Picture taken in 1911, when he was 20 or just turned 21.)
Anthony circles around the Saint Bavo Church in Haarlem.
An original Spider, built in 1936, flying over Holland.
This Spider is property of Aviodrome at Lelystad airport, Netherlands.
Fokker F7 that made the first flight to Java (former Netherlands East Indies) in 1924.
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As the type number indicates, the Fokker F7A was an improved version of the F7.
The two pictures above were taken on Schiphol airfield, before or after an aerial tour in 1933.
Most important modifications to the F7A were:
A more powerful engine, a better streamlined landing gear and redesigned wing tips.
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The Flying Dutchman: Once a legend - now reality.
A KLM poster from the late 20s or early 30s with a Fokker F8.
Fokker F12 Valk (Falcon) on Knokke-Zoute airfield, Belgium.
A postcard from the early 30s.
Fokker F18 PH-AIP Pelikaan (Pelican) that became famous for its Christmas mail flight to Java in 1933.
One year later (December 1934) it was Pelicans sister airplane PH-AIS Snip (Snipe) that cleared the way to Curaçao (Netherlands Antilles).
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A monument for the 1934 Christmas flight of the Snip near Hato airport, Curaçao.
One of those very rare pictures of the Snip.
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