The Fokker T.VIII was a twin-engine torpedo bomber and aerial reconnaissance floatplane.
It was developed in the late 1930s as a more-capable successor to the Fokker T.IV.
While the Dutch Naval Aviation Service had originally desired for its use in both the home waters and in the Dutch East Indies, the Second World War broke out as production was ramping up to meet these needs.
In addition to its service in the Netherlands, both the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the Luftwaffe would operate small numbers of the type.
Mixed wood and metal construction, 19 built.
All-metal construction, 12 built.
Larger version with more powerful engines.
Five had been ordered by Finland, but were captured and used by the Luftwaffe.