The Fokker C.VII was delivered early thirties. The first twelve devices, with V serials were intended for use as board aircraft aboard the cruisers and were mainly used for reconnaissance purposes in the Dutch East Indies.
The second and third series, a total of eighteen gears, received L serials, in the Netherlands, are used mainly for the training and now and then for reconnaissance in the Netherlands.
A number of these aircraft was still in use during May 1940 and managed to escape to England.
There they were, as they were obsolete, of no used and scrapped.