The Fokker F.XXXVI was a 1930s Dutch four-engine 32-passenger airliner, it was used militarily as a Trainer.
It was the largest transport designed and built by Fokker.
KLM used the aircraft from 1935-39, on selling the aircraft in 1939 to Scottish Aviation, this was for use as a crew and navigation trainer for the Royal Air Forces No.12 Elementary Flying Training School, which was operated by Scottish Aviation.
Only 1 built.
It was scrapped in 1940 after it burnt out in a take-off accident.