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Charles R
NOT an FH-227! It's a Fokker F-27 MK600. The FH-227 has the pitot tubes on the nose, just above the radome. The Fokker has them on the wing tips. After 5000+ hours in the "fire belching dog whistle", I can't hear anymore but I can see!
sam kumineczPhoto Uploader
Flight aware bunches all of them together based on the ICAO code of F27. It's a C-31. One of 2 built
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