H-NABI  Fokker F.III                                       (c/n  1505)


                                        KLM operated roughly a dozen of the improved model Fokker F.III   Although only a four
                                        passenger aircraft, it was more economical to operate than most of the larger French machines
                                        of the same era.   It was first exhibited at the Pairs Air Show in 1921.   H-NABI was written
                                        off following a crash at Hamburg in November of 1925.  It passed to the RSL (the Dutch
                                        National Institute for Aeronautical Studies) for brake testing in 1928.