From that day on Fokker established on the Johannistal airport near Berlin.
After that he build more Spin's. The planes witch where build later got a more streamlined fuselage. Because of the many activities Johannistal Fokker became quick a well known appearance.
More off because his name was written in capitals under the wings of his Spin planes. It worked.
The Spin planes where build for sale and for training new pilots.
The market for training flights was not big but it was big enough for Fokker to live.
Two Spin's where saved by Fokker. One is coming from 1913 but the Germans took it to a museum in Berlin in the World War two. But the museum was destroyed by a bombardment. The Germans put the planes in a train and the train was send to the east. The Polish found the train after the war. The remainders of the Spin were given back to Fokker after many negotiations in the eighties. After that it was repaired.
Another Spin witch was made for the flying-jubilee of Fokker is in the Aviodome in Schiphol, Amsterdam. It did fly again for television recordings in 1990.