WE have already given particulars of the post‐war organization of the Netherlands aircraft industry in Aircraft Engineering: how the types to be produced are decided upon by a board, the Nederlands Instituut voor Vliegtuigontwikkeling, and are then developed and built by the factories of the centralized company N.V. Verenigde Nederlandse Vliegtuigfabrieken ‘Fokker’, consisting of the works of Fokker, Aviolanda and de Schelde. This arrangement was adopted in order to avoid duplication and also to allow the State to help toward the high cost of the development of the modern prototype.
(1948), "Aircraft Manufacture in the Netherlands: An Account by the Technical Editor of the Activities of the Reconstituted Aircraft Industry, with Particular Reference to the Manufacture of the Fokker Promotor", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 20 No. 10, pp. 298-302. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb031677Download as .RIS
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