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Inside at the front of the Fokker 100 at Schiphol
Netherlands

Since june 2011 a KLM Fokker 100 is on display on the panorama terrace of Schiphol airport. In the front the cockpit can be seen through a glass wall. On the inside walls the history of Fokker aircraft is displayed.

Copyright: Jan mulder
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Chargée: 04/09/2011
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Tags: airport; schiphol; aeroplane; fokker
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