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Junkers J15/K16 Production List
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1 x J15 and 2 x K16 built at Dessau, c/n 525-527
11 K16 built at Dessau, c/n 465-475


J15, 525
JUNKERS, 25.01.1921, first flight by Zimmermann with prototype

K16, 526
named "Trappe"
JUNKERS, 03.03.1921, first flight by Zimmermann
JUNKERS, April 1924, rebuilt as K16a, later registered as D-390
JUNKERS LUFTBILD, May 1924

K16, 527
JUNKERS, D-323
sold to South America, LV-EDA, CX-ABX, R311? (tj)
scrapped before 1950

K16bi, 460 (tj)
named "Jupiter"
JUNKERS, D-439
to Sweden, S-AAAH, 1924

K16ba, 465 (probably also c/n456?)
named "Maikaefer"
JUNKERS, D-653, built in 1924 as K16a (also registration D-465 mentioned?)
JUNKERS, D-653, modified to K16ba, reregistered 1925, participated in Deutscher Rundflug 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-653, taken over in 1926

K16, 466
no info

K16bo, 467
JUNKERSWERKE, built in 1924, registration unknown
Graf Kinsky, L-BACA, 1928, reregistered as OK-ACA in 1930, crashed in 1931
Ingenieurschule Weimar, D-2144, 09.31, wfu 11.36 (tj)

K16ce, 468
MIVA, D-941, 1928

K16, 469
no info

K16, 470
named "Kissingen"
JUNKERS LV, D-983, delivered in 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-983, 1926
FLUGVERBAND STURMVOGEL, D-983, 1929

K16ce, 471
named "Krietern"
unknown, D-781

K16, 472
LUFTFRAKO, D-1678, 1929
DEUTRALUFT, D-1678, 1930
FLUGVERBAND STURMVOGEL, D-1678, 1936

K16, 473
JUNKERS, D-1452, 07.28, destroyed in 08.28

K16bi, 474
named "Karlshorst"
JUNKERS LV, D-500, delivered in 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-500, 1926
FLUGVERBAND STURMVOGEL, D-500, 1930
to Norway, G. Jacobsen, LN-BAM, 18.12.34 (tj)
to Sweden, John Ericson, SE-ART (LL: SE-AET), 03.36 (tj)
to Sweden, Douglas Hamilton, SE-AET (LL)
crashed 23.12.36 at Gothenburg (LL, tj: 1946?)

K16ba, 475
named "Kreuznach"
JUNKERS, D-654, 1925, participated in Deutscher Rundflug 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-654, 1926
FLUGVERBAND STURMVOGEL, 1930, renamed "Sturmvogel"
to Norway, G. Jakobsen, LN-ABH, 29.04.35 (tj)
to Sweden, Erik Bergqvist, SE-AEI, 07.35 (tj)
to Sweden, Sven Almlof, SE-AEI (LL)
crashed 28.09.35 (tj)
unknown, SE-AEI

K16, c/n ukn
named "Koenigsberg"
JUNKERS, D-1208




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Junkers F13 Production List
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272 c/n reserved at ICO, Dessau, c/n 531-793, c/n 796-800, c/n 823
80 additional c/n reserved at ICO, Dessau, c/n 2000-2079

Angelika Hoffmann has done a great pioneer job on the F13 Production Lists.
Check her F13 Werksnummern Verzeichnis (German) for latest additions.


Junkers F13 Operators + Production Rates:
(taken from G. Schmitt, Junkers und seine Flugzeuge)
Country/Operators **) 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 Total
Germany 1 . . 6 8 16 43 8 7 4 1 94
United States
US Post Office Departement
US Aerial Mail Service
Jucoram
Junkers-Larsen Corporation
Mercury Company
1 23 1 . . 1 . . . . . 26
Columbia
SCADTA
. 2 1 1 1 1 2 . 3 4 2 17
Sweden
ABA Sweden
Svenska Luftrafic
. 1 . . . 2 4 . . . . 5
Switzerland
Ad Astra Aero
Aero Traffic
. . 1 4 . . . . . . . 5
Italy
SAM
Transadriatica
. . 5*) . . . . . 2 5 . 12
France . . 7*) . . . . . . . . 7
Belgium
Sabena
. . 3*) . . . . . . . . 3
Great Britain
Air Express
Brooklands Airways
. . 5*) . . . . . . 1 . 6
Japan
Kita Nipon Koku Kabushiki Kaisha
. . 3*) 1 2 . . . 1 . 1 8
Russia
Asdobrolot
Awiakultura
Dobroljot
ODWF
Sakavia
Siblet
Ukrwosduchputj
. . . 2 29 6 6 . . 4 2 49
Argentina
Aerolloyd Cordoba
Coarico
ESA
. . . 2 . . . . 1 . . 3
Poland
Aero Lloyd Polen
Aero Targ
Aerolot
LOT
. . . 3 1 6 4 . 2 . . 16
Hungary
Ungarische Aero Express A.G.
. . . . 4 . . . 1 1 . 6
Lettland
Lettlandische Luftverkehrs A.G.
. . . . 2 1 . . . . . 3
Finland
Aero O/Y
Finish Coast Guard
. . . . . 1 . 1 2 2 1 7
Bolivia
LAB
. . . . . 2 2 1 . 3 . 8
Persia
Junkers Luftverkehr Persien
. . . . . 3 . . . . 3 6
Spain
Lineas Aereas Postales Espanoles
Union Aerea Espanola
. . . . . . 2 . . 1 . 3
Austria
Oelag
. . . . . . 3 . 1 1 2 7
Chile
. . . . . . 1 . . . . 1
Czechoslovakia
CSA
. . . . . . 1 . . . 1 2
Turkey
. . . . . . . 3 1 . . 4
Bulgaria
BUNAVAD
Bulgarische Luftverkehrs A.G.
. . . . . . . . 1 . . 1
Yemenia
. . . . . . . . 1 . . 1
China
Eurasia
. . . . . . . . 2 . 2 4
Afghanistan
. . . . . . . . . 2 . 2
Portugal
Servicos Aereos Portuguesos
. . . . . . . . . . 1 1
Australia
Guinea Gold Companie
. . . . . . . . . . 1 1
Romania
LARES
. . . . . . . . . . 1 1
Others
Canada (Airland Manufacturing Co.)
Canada (Imperial Oil Company)
Canada (Pacific Airways)
Canada (Western Canada Airways)
Albania (Adria Aero Lloyd)
Estonia (Aeronaut)
Denmark (Dansk Lufttransport A.B.)
Gdansk (Danziger Luftpost)
Gdansk (Lloyd Ostflug GmbH)
Iceland (Flugjelag Islands H.F.)
Brasilia (Varig)
Brasilia (Syndicato Condor)
South Africa (SAA)
South Africa (South-West Africa Airways)
South Africa (Union Airways)
. . . 2 . . . . . . . 2
Total 2 26 26 21 47 39 68 13 25 29 18 314
*) reparation deliveries to Allied countries **) including second hand operators


Individual F13 Tailsigns:

F13a, 531
named "Herta"
JUNKERS, D-183, 18.07.19, prototype
JUNKERS, D-1, 18.07.19, named "Anneliese"
BAYERISCHER LUFT-LLOYD, D-1, 13.04.22, named "Herta"
LUFTHANSA, D-1, 06.01.26, named "Nachtigall"
LUFTHANSA, D-1, 1929
LUFTHANSA, D-OJOP, 20.03.34, reregistered
HANSA FLUGDIENST GmbH, D-OJOP, 30.04.38
LUFTWAFFE, TV+00, 27.06.40, FFS Goerlitz, damaged by storm 05.11.40
LUFTFAHRTSAMMLUNG, D-1, 1941, exhibited at Berlin-Mohabit, destroyed during air raid 1943

F13a, 532
named "Annelise"
JUNKERS, 27.03.19, 2nd prototype, altitude record 13.09.19
DANZIGER LUFTPOST, Dz-34, 1921
DAL, D-1036, 1926
LUFTHANSA, D-1036, 1926, renamed "Kasuar"
DVS, D-1036, 1933
Angelika Hoffmann's Production Lists has c/n 352 in Lithunia since 1920?

F13a, 533
RVM, D-, 29.12.19, crashed on ff at Glienicke, repaired
DANZIGER LUFTPOST, Dz-41, 1921, later Junkers Luftverkehr
AERO-LLOYD POLEN, PP-ALG, 10.23, named "Gustaw"
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALG, 1925, reregistered SP-AAG on 01.01.29
JUNKERS, ????, 17.06.36
CATHOLIC MISSION CANADA, 1936, fate unknown

F13da, 534
named "Kasuar"
LLOYD OSTFLUG GMBH, D-219, 01.20, damaged 23.02.20
TREU, D-219, 07.23, renamed "Stieglitz"
OELAG, A-2, 14.05.23
EUROPA-UNION, D-219, 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-219, 06.01.26
OELAG, OE-NKJ, 1926, until 1933

JL6, 535
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 29.10.19, 01.12.19, damaged on 2nd test flight
shipped to the U.S. on 31.02.20 with steamship "Clausen"

JL6, 536
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 07.02.20, shipped with steamship "Luckenbach"
US POSTVERWALTUNG, N-, 1920, crashed

F13a, 537
named "Geier"
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-31, 26.12.20, crashed Insterburg 10.21, repaired
JUNKERS, D-134, 07.21
PLL AEROLOT, PP-???, 03.04.25, fate unknown

JL6, 538
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 31.03.20, shipped with steamship "Clauseus"
US POSTVERWALTUNG, N-, 1920, crashed due to engine fire 09.02.20 in Wisconsin, 3 dead

F13, 539
JUNKERS, D-, 1920, crashed at Dessau 03.02.20, four dead

JL6, 540
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 31.03.20, shipped with steamship "Clauseus"

JL6W, 541
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 31.03.20, shipped with steamship "Clauseus"

F13, 542
JUNKERS, D-157, 1920
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-30, 17.05.21, confiscated at Warsaw 08.06.21
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-43, 10.21, fate unknown
also used by DANZIGER LUFTPOST in 1921

F13, 543
named "Kasuar"
LLOYD OSTFLUG GMBH, D-152, 11.03.21
DANZIGER LUFTPOST, Dz-35, 1921
SCADTA, A-6, 1927, renamed "Huila"

F13, 544
no info
Angelika Hoffmann's Production Lists reports acft as D-8, crashed 02.06.20

F13bi, 545
named "Elster"
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-36, 01.21
DANZIGER LUFTPOST, Dz-42, 1920
JUNKERS LV, D-332, 1923
OELAG, A-68
LUFTHANSA, D-332, 06.01.26, modified in 1930 to f1e standard
OELAG, A-96, 04.06.29, returned to DLH 07.30
LUFTHANSA, D-OKUF, 1934
HANSA LUFTBILD, D-OKUF, 30.04.38
LUFTWAFFE, 10.07.40, Fl.H.Kdtr Hamburg, fate unknown

JL6, 546
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 08.06.20, shipped with steamship "Mediteraneo"

F13, 547
named "Adler"
DANZIGER LUFTPOST, Dz-31, 1921
also reported LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-37, 16.04.21
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECB, 30.06.23
JUNKERS LV, D-454 (also D-158?), 1925, used as pestizid aircraft
LUFTHANSA, D-454, 06.01.26
DVS, D-OMIZ, 24.09.34

JL6, 548
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 08.06.20, shipped with steamship "Mediteraneo"

JL6, 549
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 17.06.20, shipped with steamship "Kermit"

JL6, 550
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 17.06.20, shipped with steamship "Kermit"

JL6, 551
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 25.06.20, shipped with steamship "Mette Jensen"

F13S, 552
named "Wasserhuhn"
SVENSKA LUFTTRAFIK AB, S-IAD, 16.06.20, prob. transfered with D-8 registration
SVENSKA LUFTTRAFIK AB, S-AGAA, 13.05.21
JUNKERS, D-313, 06.23, crashed 19.03.29 at Frankfurt
(tj reports this aircraft as c/n 544)

JL6, 553
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 25.06.20, shipped with steamship "Mette Jensen"
(tj reports C2154 as US register)

F13, 554
JUNKERS, D-29, 14.07.20
named "Bogota"
SCADTA, A-4, 10.20, crashed 1927, sea- and landplane version

JL6, 555
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 25.06.20, shipped with steamship "Mette Jensen"

JL6W, 556
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 06.08.20, shipped with steamship "Emanuele III"

F13, 557
named "Colombia"
SCADTA, A-2, 14.07.20, crashed 1923

JL6W, 558
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 06.08.20, shipped with steamship "Emanuele III"
sold to Canada, registered C-CADQ

JL6, 559
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 06.08.20, shipped with steamship "Emanuele III"

JL6, 560
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 06.08.20, shipped with steamship "Emanuele III"
crashed 15.09.20 due to engine fire, 2 dead

JL6, 561
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 28.08.20
IMPERIAL OIL, Canada, G-CADP, 27.01.21
later owned by UNITED RAILWAY EDMONTON, Canada
later owned by R.F. CORLESS, Canada
seized by Mountain Police 23.09.29, scrapped 1930 (tj)

JL6, 562
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 06.08.20, shipped with steamship "Emanuele III"

JL6, 563
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 06.08.20, shipped with steamship "Emanuele III"

JL6, 564
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 08.08.20, shipped with steamship "Mette Jensen"

F13, 565
named "Uhu"
LLOYD OSTFLUG, D-201, 03.21, (also Danziger Luftpost)
RUMPLER LUFTVERKEHR, D-201, 07.23, crashed 15.03.23 at Munich
also some sources mention LUFTHANSA, D-201, 1926

JL6, 566
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-CDAT, 28.08.20, shipped with steamship "Mette Jensen"
probl. IMPERIAL OIL Canada, N-CDAT, leased from Larsen 21.02.21 (tj)
returned to USA

JL6, 567
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 28.08.20, shipped with steamship "Mette Jensen"

JL6, 568
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 28.08.20,
sold to Canada (IMPERIAL OIL?), G-CADQ, 27.01.21
damaged at Simpson/Canada 21.08.21 and scrapped

JL6, 569
named "Albatros"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 07.09.20, built for Junkers-Larsen, ntu
DANZIGER LUFTPOST, Dz-30, 15.05.23
JUNKERS LV, D-569 or D-1183 (A.H.), 1923
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECA, 01.05.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-ECA, ntu in 1923
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECG, 01.06.23
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECK, 01.08.24
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, RR-ECK, 12.25
GRAEFLICH SHAFFGOTT WERKE, 1927, travelling aircraft
LUFTHANSA, D-569 or D-1183 (A.H.), 07.07.31, modified to d1e
LUFTHANSA, D-OLOF, 1934, reregistered
DVS, D-OLOF, 15.10.34

JL6, 570
named "Eule"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 07.09.20, built for Junkers-Larsen, ntu,
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, D-251, 01.05.23
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECG, 1926
LETTLAENDISCHE LV AG, B-LATB, 09.05.25
LUFTHANSA, D-251, 1926
RVM, D-251, 10.26
DVL, D-251, 05.28, wfu 12.32

JL6, 571
named "Steinschmaetzer"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 07.09.20, built for Junkers-Larsen, ntu,
DANZIGER LUFTPOST, Dz-36, 01.06.23
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECS, 01.06.23
DERULUFT
LUFTHANSA, D-271, 1929, later registered as D-OPAH

JL6, 572
named "Lerche"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 07.09.20, built for Junkers-Larsen, ntu,
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, D-252, 14.04.23
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECD, 05.23
RWM LIPETSK, RR-ECD, 01.09.26, wfu 09.33

JL6, 573
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, 07.09.20, built for Junkers-Larsen, ntu
SCADTA, A-12, 1923, named "Santander", burnt in 1930 at El Banco

JL6, 574
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
AD ASTRA AERO, CH-59, 01.07.21, 20.10.21, leased from Junkers, confiscated in Hungary
since 1922 exhibited in Museum at Budapest

JL6, 575
named "Taube"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
OELAG, A-3, 07.23
LUFTHANSA, D-253, 06.01.26, burnt in 1930
or S.A.M., I-BATC, crashed 02.09.30 at Wallgau, 1 dead

JL6, 576
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
transfered to Japan as reparation aircraft, fate unknown

JL6, 577
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
transfered to Japan as reparation aircraft
later with SCADTA

JL6, 578
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
transfered to Japan as reparation aircraft, fate unknown

JL6, 579
named "Condor"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
LLOYD OSTFLUG GMBH, Dz-32, 01.09.20, (also with Danziger Luftpost in 1921)
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, D-202, 01.07.22, used by Aviakultura,
LETTISCHE LV AG, B-LATA, 1923, 10.03.26, crashed at Helsinki, repaired
DVL, D-202, 1926
JUNKERS, D-202, 06.30
HAJO FOLKERTS, D-202, 09.30, advertising flights
DEUTRALUFT, D-202, 1930, leased from Folkerts, wfu 1932 (se: 1936)

JL6, 580
named "Amsel"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-30
POLN. AEROLLOYD, PP-ALA, 08.22, renamed "Adam"
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALA, 31.12.25, registered 01.01.29 as SP-AAA
CATHOLIC MISSION, 17.07.36, transfered to Canada
(tj reports, that this aircraft should also have been CH-91?)

JL6, 581
named "Bussard"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
AD ASTRA, CH-66, July 1921, as F13b
AERO EXPRESS, ????
JUNKERS LV, D-203, 11.24
LUFTHANSA, D-203, 06.01.26
OELAG, A-27, 30.09.26, leased from DLH
LUFTHANSA, D-203, 31.12.27
DVL, D-ODEM, 10.34, located at Gotha

JL6, 582
named "Haenfling"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
JUNKERS, D.204
POLN. AEROLLOYD, PP-ALD, 11.22
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALD, 31.12.25, renamed "Daniel", reregistered 01.01.29 as SP-AAD
crashed June 1931 (WoP)

JL6, 583
named "Drossel"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
AD ASTRA AERO, CH-91, 01.06.22
BADISCH PFAELZISCHE LUFTHANSA, 1931
LUFTHANSA, D-193, 1932, leased from BP-DLH
LUFTHANSA, D-OHYR (A.H./Seifert: D-OHYQ), 1934, wfu 10.10.34

JL6bi, 584
named "Schwalbe"
JOHN LARSEN, USA, N-, ntu, built for Junkers-Larsen, confiscated in Hamburg harbour by Allied Commission,
JUNKERS LV, D-162 (A.H: D-347), 24.09.20
LLOYD OSTFLUG GMBH, Dz-38, also with Danziger Luftpost in 1921
BAYERISCHER LUFT-LLOYD, D-347, 1923
LUFTHANSA, D-347, 06.01.26
SYNDICATO CONDOR, P-BAJA, 01.29, renamed "Igassu"
later registered PP-CAJ

F13, 585
named "Geier"
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-39, 07.06.21
JUNKERS LV, D-220, 1923
PLL AEROLOT, PP-ALE, 1925, renamed "Edward"
later registered P-PALE

F13, 586
named "Bachstelze" (j+p 5.99)
DOBROLJOT, 22.04.23, 04.06.23, leased by Dobroljot, performed first Dobroljot passenger flight,
VVS, 1.01.29,
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-, 1929,

F13, 587
named "Specht"
AD ASTRA AERO, CH-92, 01.06.22
HAMBURGER LVG, D-2040, 01.04.30, later registered D-OZYM
FLIEGERHORST NORDMARK GMBH, D-2040, 1931 (se)
DVL, D-OZYM, 06.34

F13, 588
named "Kraehe"
LLOYD OSTFLUG GMBH, Dz-36, 06.21
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, D-205 (A.H: D-170), 08.22, used by Aviakultura,
POLN. AEROLLOYD, PP-ALH, ????, renamed "Henryk",
PLL AEROLOT, 31.12.25, crashed 10.26

F13, 589
named "Kraehe"
JUNKERS, D-205, 10.20
POLN. AEROLLOYD, PP-ALB, 1922
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALB, 12.25, renamed "Bronek", reregistered 01.01.29 as SP-ALB (WoP reports SP-AAB)
withdrawn from Poland Register 01.07.36 (WoP)
CATHOLIC MISSION, not registered, 17.07.36, transfered to Canada

F13, 590
named "Kuckuck"
JUNKERS, D-194, 05.10.20 first flight
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, D-194, 01.07.22, used by Aviakultura
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECA, 1923
DOBROLJOT, RR-ECA, 1923
MUGMELSTROI, RR-ECA, 04.23
ZAKAVIA, RR-ECA, 12.23 (Jet+Prop 01.00)
crashed 22.03.25 near Tiflis, 5 dead (PCI)
LUFTHANSA, D-194, 1926 (seems not correct)
(A.H.: R-RDAM instead of RR-ECA, Jet+Prop 01:00 confirms R-RECA)

F13, 591, bi
named "Zeisig"
JUNKERS LV, D-206, 10.20
RUMPLER LUFTVERKEHR, D-206, 07.23
TREU, D-206, 11.24, 1926
LUFTHANSA, D-206, 1926, crashed in 27.07.27 at Amoeneburg, 5 dead
(td reports: to Hungary, Siofok, HA-JAD, 1937, named "Sio"

F13S, 592
named "Falke"
JUNKERS, D-207, 10.20 first flight
BODENSEE LV TRUCKENBRODT, D-207, 07.23
JUNKERS LV, D-207, 11.24
LUFTHANSA, D-207, 01.26
DVS, D-207, 10.33, crashed 06.34

F13, 593
named "Dohle"
JUNKERS, D-188, 07.21 first flight
AD ASTRA, CH-93, 1922, crashed 14.06.28 Frankfurt/Main
(also registrations A-57 and OE-LAC known for this aircraft)

F13, 594 to 599
6 aircraft
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 10.20
transfered to England in 1921, no further infos

F13, 600
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 10.20
transfered to Belgium in 1921
ukn, O-BACC, 1921, used as postal bird aircraft
today at the Musee de l'Air , Paris

F13, 601
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 10.20
transfered to Belgium in 1921, no further infos

F13, 602
JUNKERS, D-, 12.20
SCADTA, A-8, 23.07.21, renamed "Magdalena"
(A.H.: A-9, "Cauca")
JUNKERS, 01.06.29, structural tests

F13, 603 to 612
no info, 10 aircraft

F13, 603
JUNKERS, first flight 17.12.20
confiscated by Allied Commission in 1921
transfered to France, no further info

F13, 604
JUNKERS, first flight 10.11.20
confiscated by Allied Commission in 1921
transfered to France, no further info

F13, 605
JUNKERS, first flight 10.11.20
confiscated by Allied Commission in 1921
transfered to France, no further info

F13, 606
JUNKERS, first flight 16.11.20
confiscated by Allied Commission in 1921
transfered to France, no further info

F13, 607
JUNKERS, first flight 16.11.20
confiscated by Allied Commission in 1921
transfered to France, no further info

F13, 608
JUNKERS, first flight 22.11.20
confiscated by Allied Commission in 1921
transfered to France, no further info

F13, 609
JUNKERS, first flight 22.11.20
confiscated by Allied Commission in 1921
transfered to France, no further info

F13a, 610
JUNKERS, first flight 15.01.21
LLOYD OSTFLUG, D-128, 04.02.21, crashed 18.02.21 at Lauenburg, Monz/KRetschmar killed

F13, 611
named "Kakadu"
JUNKERS, D-145, first flight 28.01.21
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-40, 04.03.21 (also with Danziger Luftpost)
DANZIGER LUFTREEDEREI, Dz-40, 1923, crashed

F13, 612
named "Reiher"
JUNKERS, D-154, first flight 11.02.21
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-33, 07.04.21, operated by Aero Tark Posznan
also operated by DANZIGER LUFTPOST in 1921
DAL, D-154, unknown dates

F13, 613
named "Marabu"
JUNKERS, D-191, 21.04.21 first flight
SPANISH RED CROSS, M-AAAJ, 1923, renamed "Ifero"
IBERIA/UAE, M-AAAJ, 10.25

F13, 614
named "Papagei"
JUNKERS, D-254, 12.04.21 first flight
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, R-RECE, 01.05.23
PERSIAN AIRFORCE, R-RECE, 01.07.25
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, R-RECE, 1927

F13, 615
SCADTA, A-10, 1921, renamed "Caldas"
crased in 03.09.26 at La Victoria

F13bi, 616
named "Meise"
JUNKERS LV, D-192, 1921, used in 1923 by Polar-Expedition Amundsen,
LUFTHANSA, D-192, 06.01.26
LUFTHANSA, D-OTOR, 1934
DVL/DVS, D-OTOR, 26.09.34

F13be, 617
named "Star"
JUNKERS, first flight 10.05.22
AD ASTRA AERO, CH-94, 01.06.22, "Star", used until 1931
R. MOOSBACHER, Munich, D-2226, "Star", 03.32
SUEDFLUG GmbH, D-2226, "Star", 08.32, no further infos

F13, 618
JUNKERS, 23.05.21 first flight
SCADTA, A-8, 1921, "Cauca", crashed 1927 at Barranquilla,
(A.H.: A-8, Magdalena)

F13, 619
JUNKERS, first flight 23.09.22
REIMERS, D-????

F13, 620
JUNKERS, first flight 08.12.21
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 1921
transfered to Italy

F13bi, 621
JUNKERS, first Flight 21.12.21
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 1921
transfered to Italy 1921
ADRIA AERO-LLOYD AG, I-LUMT, 1925
S.A. MEDITERRANEA, I-LUMT
DVS, D-OHIR, 1935, used at Cottbus

F13, 622
JUNKERS, first flight 21.12.21
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 1921
transfered to Italy 1921

F13, 623
JUNKERS, first flight 21.12.21
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 1921
transfered to Italy 1921

F13, 624
JUNKERS, first flight 21.12.21
confiscated by Allied Control Commission in 1921
transfered to Italy 1921

F13fy, 625
named "Sperber"
JUNKERS, first flight 21.12.21
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-36
JUNKERS LV, D-190, 1923
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALF, 1925, crashed 23.02.25 and scrapped

F13, 626
named "Sperling"
JUNKERS, first flight 15.03.22
LLOYD OSTFLUG, Dz-39, crashed 1923

F13, 627
named "Rotkehlchen"
JUNKERS, first flight 11.09.22 (ah)
JUNKERS LV, D-210, 06.23
POLN. AEROLLOYD, PP-ALC, "Cezar", 04.25
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALC, "Cezar", 31.12.25, reregistered 01.01.29 as SP-AAC (WoP)
JUNKERS, D-210, 27.08.31, returned after crash damage
???, D-OMAS, 1934 reregistered (ah)

F13, 628
named "Schnepfe"
JUNKERS, D-211, first flight 23.09.22 (ah)
AEROEXPRESS UNGARN, H-MACC, 03.23, crashed 06.05.23 (td)
REIMERS, Japan, no further info (ah)

F13, 629
named "Birkhahn"
JUNKERS LV, D-213, 01.11.22
used on sales tour in South America 1922/23
crashed 25.06.23 at Aracati, Brasilien after engine fault

F13, 630
named "Dompfaff"
JUNKERS LV, D-214, 28.11.22
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, R-RECF, 05.23
MUGMELSTROJ, R-RECF, ??.?? (Prop+Jet 01.2000)
VVS, R-RECF, 14.08.25
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, R-RECF, 1927
DOBROLET, CCCP-194, 01.10.29

F13, 631
named "Fasan"
JUNKERS, D-215, first flight 30.12.22 (ah)
JUNKERS LV, D-215, 07.23 (ah)
LETTLAENDISCHE LV, D-215, 1923 (ah)

F13, 632
named "Haeher"
JUNKERS, D-216, first flight 05.12.22
AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, H-MACA, 01.12.22 (td: 07.22)
TRANSADRIATICA, I-BBCA (td)

F13, 633
named "Flamingo"
JUNKERS LV, D-217, 01.11.22, South America Marketing Tour
JUNKERS, D-217, 1924
should have crashed in South America? (ah)

F13, 634
named "Kauz"
JUNKERS LV, D-218, 11.22, South America Marketing Tour
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, R-ACTA (ah), 24.05.26, "Mamore", used until 1935
????, D-OPOX, reregistered in 1934 (ah)

F13, 635
named "Ente"
JUNKERS, D-224, first flight 13.01.23
AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, H-MACB, 07.23
LV HAMBURG, D-224. 08.28 (ah), operated by Hamburger Fremdenblatt
HAMBURGER FREMDENBLATT, D-224, 06.30 (ah)

F13, 636
named "Piepmatz"
JUNKERS LV, D-225, first flight 26.01.23
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECH, 06.23
ODVF, RR-ECH, 1924, leased from Junkers LV Russland
DERULUFT, RR-ECH, 07.25 (???)
LUFTHANSA, D-225, 1926
converted to d1e standard in 03.31
LUFTHANSA, D-ONUZ, reregistered 1934
DVS, D-ONUZ, 28.01.35 (ah)
DVL, D-ONUZ, 01.36

F13, 637
named "Kranich"
JUNKERS, D-189, 03.23
DOBROLJOT, 22.04.23, 04.06.23, leased by Dobroljot, performed first Dobroljot passenger flight,
VVS, RR-DAR, 09.28,
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAR, 09.28, second aircraft with RR-DAR,
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-144, 1929
GVS, CCCP-33, 1930
crashed in 1941

F13, 638
named "Gans"
JUNKERS, D-226, first flight 19.02.23
AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, H-MACD, 07.23
JUNKERS, D-226, 05.28, used as testbed (td reports return date 1932)
test aircraft for G38 tail unit, skies, etc.
DERULUFT, URSS-226, 1928, used for experimental winter flights
private, D-226, 05.03.30 (ah)
withdrawn from use in May 1932 (ah)
also with OELAG as A-33 (ah/tj)

F13, 639
named "Huhn"
JUNKERS, D-227, first flight 20.02.23
AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, H-MACE, 07.23 (td: 04.23)
OELAG, A-???, 04.03.27 (ah)
JUNKERS, D-227, 02.28, used as test aircraft for metal propellers (ah)
UAE, M-CBBA, "Gallina", 06.27 (tj) or 02.30 (ah), later EC-BBA

F13da, 640
named "Strauss"
JUNKERS, D-228, first flight 04.03.23
AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, H-MACF, 07.23
LUFTHANSA, D-228, 06.01.26 (???)
PLL, P-PALE, "Edward", 1926, later registered as SP-AAE since 01.01.29
withdrawn from use 12.35 (ah)

F13ci, 641
named "Wiedehopf"
JUNKERS LV, D-230, first flight 23.02.23
LUFTHANSA, D-230, 06.01.26
DVS, D-230, 10.33
DERULUFT, D-230 (not confirmed by ah)

F13, 642
named "Gimpel"
JUNKERS, D-229, first flight 04.03.23 (ah)
AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, H-MACC, 1923 (ah)
crashed before delivery on 06.05.23 (ah)

F13ge, 643
named "Wachtel"
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, D-231, 24.03.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-ECC, 1923, alternate Register: RR-ECF
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, D-231, 1927
LUFTHANSA, D-231, 06.01.26 (not conf. by ah)
withdrawn from use 09.33 (ah)

F13da, 644
named "Truthahn"
JUNKERS LV, D-232, first flight 21.03.23
RUMPLER LUFTVERKEHR, D-232, 06.01.26 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-232, 03.28 (ah)
SYNDICATO CONDOR, P-BAGA, "Blumenau", 05.28
SYNDICATO CONDOR, PP-CAG, "Blumenau", 1933 reregistered
crashed 15.12.33 (ah)

F13, 645
named "Kuckuck", (j+p 5.99, ah reports name as "Pute")
first flight 29.05.23
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, D-233, also reported as c/n 590,
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAM, 08.23, renamed "Sibrevkom", later Aviakhim
ODVF, RR-DAM, 05.24, still operated by Dobroljot
ODVF, RR-SAA, 1926

F13, 646
named "Schwan"
JUNKERS, D-255, first flight 13.04.23
LETTISCHE LV AG, E-13, 03.06.23
AERONAUT, E-13, 01.26

F13, 647
named "Pelikan"
JUNKERS, D-257, first flight 20.04.23
VVS, R-????, 19.05.23, crashed 18.11.23

F13, 648
named "Ammer"
JUNKERS, D-258, first flight 17.05.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAO, 25.11.23, "Krasnij Kamwoltschik", Moskau-Peking Flight 1925
VVS, RR-DAO, 08.25, "Krasnij Kamwoltschik", later sold to China
KUOMINTANG AIR FORCE, 05.26, operated in China,
VVS, RR-DAO, 1028
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-128, 1929, "Krasnij Kamwoltschik"

F13, 649
named "Ibis"
JUNKERS, D-259, first flight 25.05.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAA, 01.06.23, "Mossowjet", equipment for aerial spraying,
DOBROLJOT, URSS-145, 01.09.29, "Mossowjet"
GVS, URSS-145, 01.10.30, "Mossowjet", based at Verkne Udinsk
withdrawn from use 1947

F13W, 650
named "Eisvogel" (ah reports name also as "Biene")
JUNKERS LV, D-260, first flight 26.05.23, used during Polarexpedition 1923
AERONAUT, E-15, 1923/24
LUFTHANSA, D-260, 06.01.26 (not conf. by ah)
DERULUFT, RR-40, 06.28
LUFTHANSA, D-260, 06.29
to Norway, N-44, 05.06.30, LN-ABH since 06.32 (tj/ah)
crashed 27.06.34 (tj)

F13d1e, 651
named "Bremse"
JUNKERS LV, D-265, first flight 28.05.23
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECI, 06.23
ASDOBROLJOT, RR-ECI, 1924 leased from JLV Russland
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, D-265, 1927, returned to IFA 04.28
LV HAMBURG, D-265, 07.29 (ah)
JUNKERS, D-265, 05.30, modified to d1e (ah)
SUEDFLUG GMBH, D-265, 02.33 (ah), destroyed in 1933 (se)
crashed 06.33 (ah)
(ah reports also A-106 register, probably with OELAG)

F13, 652
named "Brummer" (J+P 5.99)
JUNKERS, D-266, first flight 11.05.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAK, 08.23, renamed "Turkestanski Zheleznodorozhnik" and "Tashkentskii zheleznodorozhnik" since 1925
DOBROLET, CCCP-129, 05.29

F13, 653
named "Drohne"
JUNKERS, D-261, first flight 11.06.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAC, "Chervonets/Mossovet", 06.23
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-130, "Chervonets", 05.29
GVS, CCCP-130, "Chervonets", 1930

F13, 654
named "Fliege"
JUNKERS, D-262, first flight 01.06.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAB, "Samolet", 06.23
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-131, "Samolet", 05.29
(J+P 5.99 reports name as "Tscherwonjez" and sice 1925 "Upyrsag")

F13, 655
named "Hornisse"
JUNKERS, D-267, first flight 12.06.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAD, "Belyakov", 07.23
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-132, "Belyakov", 05.29

F13, 656
named "Hummel"
JUNKERS, D-268, first flight 13.06.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAE, "Prombank", 07.23
renamed "Latyshskii strelok 2" 08.26
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-133, "Prombank", 05.29

F13, 657
named "Libelle"
JUNKERS, D-269, first flight 13.06.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAF, 07.23, named "ODVF"
DOBROLET, CCCP-134, 05.29

F13, 658
named "Motte"
JUNKERS, D-270, first flight 13.06.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAH, 07.23, renamed "Prasidium WSNCh"
crashed 16.07.23 nr. Moscow, pilot killed
VVS, RR-DAH, 08.23 (not confirmed)

F13, 659
named "Moskito" (ss reports "Albatros")
JUNKERS, D-271, first flight 06.07.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAG, 08.23, renamed "Kirgisii", since 1924 "Dekhan Khlopkorob"
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, R-RECK, 1927, "Albatros" (ss)
DOBROLET, CCCP-135, "Dekhan Khlopkorob", 05.29

F13, 660
named "Silbermoewe"
JUNKERS, D-272, first flight 21.07.23
LUFTHANSA, D-272, 06.01.26
crashed at Juist, 24. or 28.07.26, 5 dead

F13, 661
named "Buchfink"
JUNKERS, D-286, first flight 23.07.23
(J+P 05.99 reports this aircraft as R-RDAI delivered to Dobroljot 09.23, see c/n 666)
VVS, 1923
(some sources mention also D-288 as register??)

F13, 662
no info

JL6, 663
named "Wuerger"
JUNKERS, D-288, first flight 09.07.23
JUROCAM USA, NC-87, 30.09.25, sales aircraft for U.S. market
IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, NC-87, should be operated since 1925?
CANADIAN PACIFIC, CF-AMX, 05.30, wfu 1933

F13, 664
named "Turmfalke"
JUNKERS, D-289, first flight 17.07.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAL, 08.23 , renamed "Dainemu Wostoku" and "Irregator" since 1924
DOBROLET, CCCP-136, 05.29
GVS, CCCP-136, 1930

F13, 665
named "Haubenlerche"
JUNKERS, D-290, first flight 20.07.23
LUFTHANSA, D-290, 06.01.26
crashed on training flight at Staaken, 08.03.26, 1 dead

F13, 666
named "Eichelhaeher"
JUNKERS, D-303, first flight 06.08.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAI, 08.23 (J+P 5.99 reports RR-DAV as tailsign?)
VVS, RR-DAI, 01.08.23,
AFGHAN AIR FORCE, RR-DAI, 10.24
at least until 1928 in Afghanistan (ah)

F13, 667
named "Wendehals"
JUNKERS, D-304, first flight 06.08.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAN, 09.23, renamed "Nauka" and "Tadschikistan" since 1925
ODVF, RR-DAN, 1924, leased from Dobrolet in 1924 (Jet+Prop 01.00)
DOBROLET, CCCP-137, 05.29

F13/Ju13, 668
named "Kohlmeise"
JUNKERS , D-306, first flight 11.08.23
AZDOBROLET/SAKAWIA, RR-ASA, 08.23
VVS, CCCP-446, 1930
DOBROLET, CCCP-446, 1930
GVS, CCCP-446, 1930,

F13/Ju13, 669
named "Storch"
JUNKERS, D-305, first flight 17.08.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAT, 10.23, renamed "Prombank 2"
VVS, RR-DAT, 02.24, first VVS aircraft, temporarily registered as "1"

F13/Ju13, 670
named "Goldfasan"
JUNKERS D-307, first flight 28.08.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAU, 10.23, renamed "Nauka"
VVS, RR-DAU, 02.24, confiscated for Basmatia civil war missions (J+P 05.99)
DOBROLET, CCCP-127, 08.29
VVS, 1930
DERULUFT, D-307, 1930
DERULUFT, D-OHIL, 1934, "Eismoeve", crashed in 1935

F13/Ju13, 671
named "Buntspecht"
JUNKERS, D-308, first flight 28.08.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAS, 10.23, renamed "Krasnyi Ural"
AVIAKHIM, RR-DAS, 10.25
VVS, RR-DAS, 1928
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-149, 1929
DERULUFT, D-308, also operated by Deruluft

F13/Ju13, 672
named "Perlhuhn"
JUNKERS, D-309, first flight 29.08.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAW, 10.23
VVS, RR-DAW, 02.24, confiscated for Basmatia civil war missions (J+P 05.99)

F13/Ju13, 673
named "Taucher"
JUNKERS, D-310, first flight 06.09.23
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAP, 10.23, renamed "Prawda"
participated in Moskau-Peking flight 1925, crashed enroute at Laiyuan, repaired
ODVF, RR-DAP, 1924, leased from Dobroljot in 1924
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-146, 1929
GVS, CCCP-146, 1930, based at Verkne Udinsk
withdrawn from use 1947

F13/Ju13, 674
named "Bekassine"
JUNKERS, D-311, first flight 10.09.23
DOBROLET, RR-DAR, 10.23, renamed "Bolschewik"
ZAKAVIA, RR-DAR, 11.23
DOBROLET, CCCP-, 1930
GVS, CCCP-, 1930

F13/Ju13, 675
named "Wanderfalke"
JUNKERS, D-703, first flight 02.02.24
sold to Russia (ah)
PERSIAN AIR FORCE, 05.24, equipped with machine gun tower on the roof

F13/Ju13, 676
named "Rebhuhn"
first flight 08.09.23, no German register (ah)
sold to Russia during 1923 (ah)
PERSIAN AIR FORCE, 01.05.24, equipped with machine gun tower on the roof

F13/Ju13W, 677
named "Holztaube", no German register known (ah)
VVS, RR-, 01.05.26, operated in China
KUOMINTANG AIR FORCE, 01.05.26, operated in China
destroyed during 1926 (ah)
(ah also reports operation at Junkers Luftverkehr Persia)

F13, 678
named "Blaumeise"
JUNKERS, D-703, first flight 08.09.23 (ah)
sold to China

F13/Ju13, 679
named "Laemmergeier"
first flight 03.10.23, no German register known (ah)
ODVF AVIAKHIM, RR-ODA, "Selskosoyuz", 09.24

F13, 680
named "Sturmvogel"
JUNKERS, D-544, first flight 10.10.23 (ah)
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALP, "Pawel", 24.04.25
destroyed by fire in 07.29

F13fi, 681
named "Fischreiher"
JUNKERS, D-561, first flight 02.10.23
OBERSCHLESISCHE LV AG, D-561, 24.06.25
LUFTHANSA, D-561, 06.01.26
DVS, D-OZYR, 19.11.34

F13, 682
named "Nebelkraehe"
JUNKERS, D-338, first flight 05.10.23
OBERSCHLESISCHE LV AG, D-338, 24.06.25 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-338, 06.01.23, operated with skies
DVS, D-OVAS, 09.32 or 17.09.34, 12.32 converted to f1e
DVL Dusseldorf, D-OVAS, 1933 to 1934

F13a, 683
named "Diestelfink"
JUNKERS, D-339, first flight 09.10.23
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALN, "Nasiek", 31.12.25 (since 04.23 already in Poland) (ah)
PLL AEROLOT, SP-AAT, "Nasiek", reregistered 01.01.29 (ah)
(WoP reports "Tadek" as name, wfu 01.10.33)
LUFTHANSA, D-339, 06.01.26 (not conf. by ah)
withdrawn from use 01.01.33

F13, 684
named "Nachtschwalbe"
JUNKERS, D-563, first flight 07.11.23
SCADTA, ????, "Talima" (ah)

F13bi, 685
first flight 03.10.23, named "Goldammer"
SACHSISCHE LV AG, D-564
OESTERREICHISCHE EISENBAHN, D-564, 09.05.25 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-564, 06.01.26, converted to d1e in 1930
LUFTHANSA, D-OFEN, 1934, reregistered
RLM, D-OFEN, 1936

F13, 686
named "Sittich"
JUNKERS, D-594, first flight 05.10.23
PLL AEROLOT, P-PLAS, "Stefan", 07.25, crashed 26.08.25 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-549 (not conf. by ah)

F13bi, 687
first flight 03.10.23, named "Kleiber"
SACHSISCHE LV AG, D-565, 1923, owned since 06.05.25
LUFTHANSA, D-565, 06.01.26
OELAG, A-53 (tj: A-51), leased from Lufthansa 10.07.28
OELAG, A-65, leased from Lufthansa during 1929
LUFTHANSA, D-565, 01.11.29 returned from OELAG
LUFTHANSA, D-OGIT, 1934
DVS, D-OGIT, 18.02.35

F13, 688
named "Brachvogel"
TREU, D-550, 1923
LUFTHANSA, D-550, 01.26
OELAG, A-95, leased from Lufthansa during 1930
crashed 14.08.30 at Weiler, 1 dead and two injuries

F13, 689
named "Pfau"
AB AEROTRANSPORT, S-ATAA (tj: S-AWAA), 1923, owned since 01.26 (ah)

F13, 690
named "Steinadler"
AB AEROTRANSPORT, S-AUAA, 1923, owned since 01.26 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-1391, seems to be leased 06.-10.28
returned to Sweden SE-AUA in 10.28

F13/Ju13, 691
(ah reports "Strandlaeufer" as name)
ODVF, 06.03.25 (ah)
VVS, RR-DAX, 06.28
DOBROLET, RR-DAX, 06.28
DOBROLET, CCCP-125, 06.29
GVS, CCCP-125, 1930

F13/Ju13, 692
(ah reports "Emu" as name)
ODVF AVIAKHIM, RR-ODB, 01.09.24, named "Krasnyj Artelschtschik"
crashed 16.02.25 at Pensa (Jet+Prop 01.00 / not conf. by ah)
DOBROLET, RR-DAT, "Mostorg", 03.26, second aircraft with RR-DAT, wreckage bought and rebuilt
DOBROLET, CCCP-147, "Mostorg", 06.29, based at Verkne Udinsk
withdrawn from use 1947

F13/Ju13, 693
named "Moewe"
JUNKERS LV RUSSLAND, RR-ECG, 07.24, J569 was 2nd aircraft with this tailsign
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, RR-ECG, 12.25
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, D-1304, 05.29 reregistered
withdrawn from use in 09.33

F13, 694
named "Auerhahn"
DDL, T-DBOT, 05.25 (LL)
LUFTHANSA, D-534, 04.27 (LL)
crashed at Hemkenrode on 04.03.33, 1 dead

F13, 695
built in 1923, named "Weihe"
DDL, T-DKOV, 18.05.28 (LL)
LUFTHANSA, D-419, 04.27 (LL), converted to f1e in 01.32
LUFTHANSA, D-OLEF, 1934 reregistered
DVS, D-OLEF, 14.12.34

F13bi, 696
named "Kolkrabe"
BAYERISCHE LV AG, D-724, 1923 owned since 11.06.25
LUFTHANSA, D-724, 01.26, converted to f1e in 02.30
crashed into high ground 02.11.1932 (SE, PCI: 19.09.32) at Echterpfahl/Spessart, 5 dead

F13, 697
named "Seealder"
JUNKERS LV, D-420, 1923
LUFTHANSA, D-420, 01.26
REICHSWETTERAMT, D-OHAH, 10.34, leased from Lufthansa
LUFTHANSA, D-OHAH, 15.03.35
RLM, D-OHAH, 10.35

F13, 698
named "Hahn"
TREU, D-421, 1924/25
KAERTNER LV AG, A-22, 14.05.25 (ah)
OELAG, A-22, 1929
LUFTHANSA, D-, 03.35
(ah also reports I-BATB as register)

F13, 699
named "Eidergans"
TREU, D-422, 1923/24
LUFTHANSA, D-422, 01.26
OELAG, A-32, leased from Lufthansa 1927
OELAG, A-45, leased from Lufthansa 21.04.-15.10.28
OELAG, A-67, leased from Lufthansa 03.06.29-15.04.30
converted to f1e in 1929
crashed 04.04.30 at Idstein/Taunus

F13K, 700
named "Regenpfeifer"
JUNKERS, D-335
AERO O/Y, D-335, 19.12.23 (tr: 14.03.24)
AERO O/Y, K-SALA, 29.05.26 reregistered
crashed at Tallin 28.05.27, scrapped (tj)

F13, 701
named "Lumme"
RVM, D-567, 1925 (ah)
DVS, D-567, 1928, destroyed 11.28 (ah)

F13fi, 702
named "Emmerling"
built in 1923 (se)
LURAG, D-424, 1924
LUFTHANSA, D-424, 01.26
DERULUFT, D-424, leased 10.29, registered D-OXET in 1934
converted tof1e in 1933
LUFTHANSA, D-OXET, 1934
RLM, D-OXET, 19.03.36

F13f1e, 703
named "Milan"
LURAG, D-425, 1923
LUFTHANSA, D-425, 01.26, converted to f1e in 04.33
DVS, D-OBON, 18.12.34

F13, 704
named "Sprosser
LURAG, D-426, 1923/24
LUFTHANSA, D-426, 01.26
OELAG, A-38, leased from Lufthansa 13.08.27-12.08.28
converted to f1e 02.33
LUFTHANSA, D-OJAL, 1934
DVS, D-OJAL, 12.10.34

F13da, 705
named "Blaurake"
BADISCHE LV AG, D-571, 10.05.25
BADISCH-PFALZISCHE LV AG, D-571, 01.01.26
LUFTHANSA, D-571, chartered from BP-DLH 1928 to 19.11.29

F13bi, 706
named "Dommel"
SACHSISCHE LV AG, D-582, 1923
LUFTHANSA, D-582, 06.01.26, converted to f1e in 1933
DVS, D-OLAS, 24.11.34

F13, 707
built in 1924, named "Haselhuhn"
JUNKERS LV, D-429, 06.25
LUFTHANSA, D-429, 01.26
DVS, D-OHUN, 01.10.34

F13, 708
named "Turteltaube"
JUNKERS, D-319, 07.24 participates in Junkers South America Tour 1924
LUFTHANSA, D-319, 1926 (not conf. by ah)
AEROLLOYD CORDOBA, 1925 (ah)

F13, 709
named "Kormoran"
JUNKERS LV, D-320, 19.01.24, 2nd Junkers South America Tour
CHILE ARMY, 1924 (ah)

F13, 710
named "Edelfalke"
JUNKERS LV, D-321, 19.01.24, 2nd Junkers South America Tour
AEROLLOYD CORDOBA, 1925 (ah)
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, 31.12.26 (ah)

F13, 711
named "Alk"
JUNKERS LV, D-322, 19.01.24, 2nd Junkers South America Tour
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, "Beni II", 1925

F13a, 712
named "Krickente"
JUNKERS, D-340, 1924
DOBROLET, RR-DAY, "Krasnaya Fergana", 09.24
DOBROLET, CCCP-138, "Krasnaya Fergana", 05.29
LUFTHANSA, D-340, 1926, Lufthansa operations is not sure!,

F13a, 713
named "Spottvogel"
JUNKERS, D-341, 1924
DOBROLET, RR-DAZ, "Pishchevik", 09.24
DOBROLET, CCCP-139, "Pishchevik", 05.29
LUFTHANSA, D-341, 1926, Lufthansa operations is not sure!,

F13a, 714
named "Kreuzschnabel"
JUNKERS LV, D-342, 1924
AB AEROTRANSPORT, S-AAAB, 06.07.24, later SE-AAB registered
L5 engine in 1928
crashed at Gubbolem 01.10.35 (LL)

F13a, 715
named "Schleiervogel"
JUNKERS LV, D-343, 1924
AB AEROTRANSPORT, S-AAAC, 01.06.24, later SE-AAC registered
withdrawn from use in 1939, today in Museum at Stockholm
(LL reports AB Aeromateriel as owner before AB Aerotransport)

F13, 716
named "Lachmoewe"
JUNKERS, D-337, 1924
LUFTHANSA, D-337, 01.26

F13ge, 717
named "Rackelhuhn"
BAYERISHCER LUFTLLOYD, D-354, 1924
BAYERISCHE LV AG, D-354, 23.06.25
LUFTHANSA, D-354, 01.26
SEVERA, D-354, leased from Lufthansa 02.28-02,29
LUFTDIENST, D-354, 07.29, converted to f1e in 11.32
DVS, D-354, 04.33

F13S, 718
built in 1924, named "Seeschwalbe"
JUNKERS LV, D-355, 05.25, modified with L5 engine 06.25
LUFTHANSA, D-355, 01.26, conv. to f1e in 04.32
LUFTHANSA, D-OZEP, reregistered in 1934
RLM, D-OZEP, 01.36

F13, 719
named "Sxhneegans"
RVM, D-579, 1925 (ah)
DVS, D-579, 11.28 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-579, late 1928
DVL, D-579, 11.32, modified to F13ci
destroyed in June 1936 (ah)

F13bi, 720
built in 1925, named "Goldhaehnchen"
OESTERREICHISCHE EISENBAHN, ????, 05.25
LUFTHANSA, D-357, 01.26, modified to f1e in 10.32
LUFTHANSA, D-OGUZ, 1934 reregistered
DVL, D-OGUZ, 09.35

F13, 721
named "Sxhwarzspecht"
UNTERFRAENKISCHE SPORTFLUG GMBH, D-358, 1925
DVS, D-358, 02.28, converted to F13ce in 1934
LUFTHANSA, D-358, (not conf. by ah)

F13ce, 722
named "Rauchschwalbe"
RVM, D-359, 1925
DVL, D-359, 02.28, modified to F13ce in 06.31
crashed 07.31
LUFTHANSA, D-359 (not conf. by ah)

F13, 723
named "Eismoewe"
JUNKERS LV, D-366, 1924
LUFTHANSA, D-366, 06.01.26
DERULUFT, URSS-307, 05.29-01.35, modified to F13ce 01.30, reregistred 1929 URSS-D307
LUFTHANSA, D-OHIL, 19.01.35
RLM, D-OHIL, 01.35

F13, 724
built in 1925, named "Mandelkraehe"
JUNKERS LV, D-333, 05.25
LUFTHANSA, D-333, 01.26, modified to F13de 10.30
DVS, D-ONUL, 15.11.34
NSFK, D-ONUL, 06.39 (ah)

F13bi, 725
built in 1924, named "Waldkauz"
BAYERISCHE LV AG, D-368, 05.25
LUFTHANSA, D-368, 01.26
SYNDICATO CONDOR, P-BAKA, "Piraja", 01.29, later PP-CAK
crashed 11.08.1945

F13ci, 726
named "Blaukehlchen"
RVM, D-369, 1925
DVL, D-369, 02.28, modified toF13ci in 04.33
E. Klutke, D-OKOP, 1934 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-369, 01.26, (not conf. by ah)

F13, 727
named "Sturmmoewe"
AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, D-336, 16.08.24
OELAG, A-14, 08.24 (ah)
SAECHSISCHE LV AG, D-336, 1925 (ah)

F13, 728
named "Kanarienvogel"
RVM, D-370, 1925 (ah)
DVL, D-370, 02.28, modified to F13de in 07.28 (ah)
DVS, D-370, 08.29 (ah)
DVL, D.370, 1931 (ah)
DVK, D-OBOR, 1934 (ah)

F13bi, 729
named "Singdrossel"
BAYERISCHE LV AG, D-371, 03.07.25
DAL, D-371, 07.25, crashed 24.07.25

F13, 730
built in 1923, named "Koenigsadler"
LURAG, D-372, 1924, 13.10.25
LUFTHANSA, D-372, 01.26
DERULUFT, D-372, 04.29
DERULUFT, URSS-308, 10.29, crashed in 10.29

F13a, 731
named "Ara"
JUNKERS LV, D-344, 07.11.24
SAECHSISCHE LV AG, D-344, 1925 (ah)
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALO, "Olek", 07.25, later SP-AAW, "Walek", 01.01.29 (ah)
withdrawn from use, 17.07.36 (WoP reports 12.06.35)
(tj reports CF-BAC as register as well???)

F13a, 732
named "Krammetsvogel"
JUNKERS, D-345, exhibited at Aluminium-Ausstellung in Berlin 1924
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALR, "Roman", 05.25, later SP-AAU, "Ursyn" in 09.29 (ah)
converted to W33 in 1929? (ah)
withdrawn from use on 17.07.36
(tj reports CF-BAB as register as well , while P-PALR should be c/n 733???)

F13, 733
named "Nusshaher"
JUNKERS, D-388, 05.24
VVS, 06.03.25

F13, 733
no info

F13, 734
built in 1924, named "Stosser"
JUNKERS LV, D-373, 11.24
WESTFLUG GMBH, D-373, 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-373, 04.27, modified to F13d1e in 1931
LUFTHANSA, D-OPOX, 1934
HANSA LUFTBILD, D-OPOX, 1939
LUFTWAFFE, KH+ED, 10.07.40

F13, 735
named "Rohrdrommel"
JUNKERS LV, D-374, 10.23
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALK, "Karol", 04.25 (ah), SP-AAK since 01.01.29, wfu 17.07.36

F13, 736
named "Wildgans"
JUNKERS, D-375, 1924 (ah)
AB AEROTRANSPORT, S-AWAA, 07.24, later SE-WAA 05.29 (ah/tj)

F13, 737
named "Wellensittich"
JUNKERS, D-430, 1924 (ah)
AB AEROTRANSPORT, S-AZAA, 1925 (ah)
converted to ambulance aircraft in July 1926
sold to Spain, M-CAAD, 02.28, crashed in March 1929

F13bi, 738
named "Kronenreiher"
SUDWESTDEUTSCHE LV AG, D-376, 07.11.24
LUFTHANSA, D-376, 06.01.26, used onboard steamer "Lutzow" in 1928
FLUGFELAG ISLANDS, "Island III", 07.31
LUFTHANSA, D-376, 10.32
LUFTHANSA, D-OBAZ, 1934, crashed 19.07.36 at Borkum

F13bi, 739
named "Fliegenschnapper"
SUDWESTDEUTSCHE LV AG, D-409, 07.11.24
crashed 09.09.25

F13bi, 740
named "Steppenhuhn"
SUDWESTDEUTSCHE LV AG, D-410, 07.11.24
LUFTHANSA, D-410, 01.26
FLUGFELAG ISLANDS, "Island II", sunk Ati Reijavik harbour on 01.08.31

F13W, 741
named "Steissvogel"
JUNKERS, D-431, displayed at Prague Aviation Show 1925
CSA, L-BALH, 1925
CZECH GOVT., L-BALH, 1928
AEROCLUB BRNO, OK-ALH, 1931, crashed 1933

F13da, 742
named "Wildente"
SACHSISCHE LV AG, D-583, 12.05.25
LUFTHANSA, D-583, 06.01.26
OELAG, A-39, chartered from Lufthansa 22.08.27-22.08.28
crashed 26.05.28 at Radevormwalde, 3 dead, 2 injuries

F13bi, 743
named "Baumlaufer"
SAECHSISCHE LV AG, D-433, 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-433, 06.01.26
DVS, D-OKAX, 22.11.34

F13, 744
named "Rotschwanzchen"
RVM, D-570, 1925
DVL, D-570, 02.28, modified to F13de in 10.30
DVS, D-570, 1933, crashed 06.34
probably LUFTHANSA, D-434, 1926 (not conf. by ah)

F13, 745
named "Rohrsanger"
JUNKERS, D-435, 1925
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALL and PP-ALL, "Ludwik", 12.25, reregistered to SP-AAL 01.01.29
wfu 17.07.36 (ah), (WoP reports 07.31, plus additional registration SP-AGF)
LUFTHANSA, D-435, 1926, (not conf. by ah)

F13, 746
named "Schneehuhn"
JUNKERS LV, D-436, 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-436, 01.26
EURASIA, EU-IV (tj/ah: EU-III), 03.31
destroyed during Japanese air raid at Shanghai in Aug. 1937
(tj reports crashed 15.12.32, probl. repaired?)

F13, 747
named "Ringeltaube"
RVM, D-600, 1925
DVL, D-600, 02.28
LUFTHANSA, D-600, 07.29
EURASIA, EU-III (tj/ah: EU-IV), 03.31
crashed nr. Shanghai 15.12.1932
(tj reports aircraft abandoned on 17.08.37)

F13bi, 748
named "Leiervogel" (ah also reports "Geiervogel" as name)
SCHLESISCHE LV AG, D-557, 04.25
LUFTHANSA, D-557, 01.26
DVS, D-OGEX, 28.11.34

F13, 749
named "Schwarzdrossel"
ODVF AVIAKHIM, RR-ODB, 06.25

F13, 750
named "Turmschwalbe"
JUNKERS LV, D-367, 30.06.25
LUFTHANSA, D-367, 06.01.26
SYNDICATO CONDOR, P-BAFA (SE: P-BAFE), "Bandeirante", 09.28, later PP-CAF
since 13.12.46 registered as PP-RYX, wfu 1947

F13, 751
named "Tuemmler"
ODVF, RR-????, 06.03.25

F13bi, 752
named "Mauersegler"
SCHLESISCHE LV AG, D-558, 22.04.25
LUFTHANSA, D-558, 06.01.26
DERULUFT, D-558, leased from Lufthansa 04.29, bought 04.32
converted to F13f1e in March 1933
DERULUFT, D-OKES, 1934
destroyed by accident 16.05.1936

F13, 753
named "Stockente"
VVS, RR-???, 01.02.25

F13, 754 (ah)
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALM, "Mietek", 04.25
PLL AEROLOT, SP-AGF, "Felek", probably after crash 07.29
PLL AEROLOT, SP-AAJ, "Janek", probably after crash 28.04.30
(tj reports SP-SSJ instead of SP-AAJ)
withdrawn from use 17.07.36

F13, 755
named "Ziegenmelker"
SCHLESISCHE LV AG, D-559, 28.06.25, crashed 27.08.25
LUFTHANSA, D-559, 1926, (not conf. by ah)

F13, 756
built in 1924, named "Himmelsziege"
SCHLESISCHE LV AG, D-560, 22.04.25
LUFTHANSA, D-560, 06.01.26, crashed 24.11.27 at Neuhof/Taunus

F13, 757
named "Steinschmatzer"
AERONAUT, E-16, 1925
JUNKERS LV, D-247
LUFTHANSA, D-247, 01.26
DERULUFT, RR-41, leased 06.28
LUFTHANSA, D-247, 06.29
LUFTHANSA, D-OPAH, 1934

F13, 758
named "Schwanzmeise"
SCADTA, no further infos

F13S, 759
named "Girlitz"
used in Sweden, S-AAAN, 1924 (tj)
JUNKERS, D-507, 1925, seaplane version
used in Belgium, O-BAFT, 08.25
OELAG, A-26, 12.10.26-31.12.27
sold to Italy, I-BATC

F13, 760
named "Bergfink"
JUNKERS LV, D-506, 11.24
AERO O/Y, D-506, 03.01.25
AERO O/Y, K-SALB, 27.02.26 reregistered
crashed at Gulf of Finland at 10.07.28 (tj)

F13, 761
named "Prachtfasan"
JUNKERS LV, D-466, 07.25
LUFTHANSA, D-466, 06.01.26
DVS, D-OSAF, 04.10.34

F13, 762
named "Gruenspecht"
JUNKERS LV, D-465, 1925
JUNKERS LV, I-POLA, 1925, seaside service in Italy (ah)
TRANSADRIATICA, I-BAVB, leased from Junkers 1925, also I-ABBI (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-465, 1926
LUFTHANSA, D-OQEX, 1934 (ah)

F13, 763
named "Laubsaenger"
LURAG, D-464, 25.06.25
LUFTHANSA, D-464, 06.01.26
FLUGFELAG ISLANDS, leased from Lufthansa 1928/29
LUFTHANSA, D-ONIL, 1934
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-ONIL, 1939
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, 24.06.40, SFAR22 Neustadt

F13bi, 764
named "Tauchente"
SAECHSISCHE LV AG, D-463, 06.01.25
LUFTHANSA, D-463, 06.01.26
FLUGFELAG ISLANDS, leased from Lufthansa 1930, fishing operation
LUFTHANSA, D-OMUH, 1934
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-OMUH, 30.04.38
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, 05.07.40

F13da, 765
named "Koenigsfischer"
JUNKERS LV, D-462, 1925
SUDWESTDEUTSCHE LUFTHANSA, D-462, 1926
LUFTHANSA, D-462, 05.28
DERULUFT, URSS-301, 04.30 (also known as D-320 "Sokol"), reregistered URSS-D301 in 1931
AEROFLOT, ????, 1936

F13, 766
named "Wandertaube"
TOMTASCH Turkey, D-709, 1925

F13/Ju13, 767
named "Baumwachtel"
ODWF, RR-???, 10.04.25
VVS, RR-DAS, 01.12.27,
DOBROLET, RR-DAS, 01.12.27, second aircraft with RR-DAS,
DOBROLET, CCCP-126, 01.06.29

F13bi, 768
named "Praeriehuhn"
BADISCH-PFAELZISCHE LV AG, D-556, 12.25
BADISCH-PFAELZISCHE LUFTHANSA, D-556, 01.26
converted to F13de in 06.29
LUFTHANSA, D-556, leased from BP-DLH 05.30-1933
DVL, D-OVAX, 1934, wfu 1936

F13, 769
named "Goldweber"
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, "El Oriente", 1925

F13, 770
named "Strandreiter"
UAE, M-AJAA, 03.25, operated by Spanish Red Cross

F13, 771
named "Moench"
SCADTA, no further infos (ah)

F13, 772
named "Kiwi"
TOMTASCH Turkey, used by Turkish Army (ah)

F13, 773
named "Brachschwalbe"
SCADTA, no further infos (ah)

F13, 774
named "Fischadler"
JUNKERS, D-812, 1925, Bangkok-Flight 1926

F13, 775
named "Wasseramsel"
DLR, D-82, 1922 (not sure, ah)
JUNKERS, D-82, 04.26, converted to parasite aircraft (ah)
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALH, "Henryk", 10.26, later registered SP-AAH 01.01.29 (WoP)
(tj reports SP-AAG instead of SP-AAH)
withdrawn from use following damage on 12.06.35
(LUFTHANSA, D-82, (not conf. by ah))

F13, 776
named "Gimpelhaeher"
JUNKERS, D-63, 12.25, converted to parasite aircraft (ah)
PLL AEROLOT, P-PALF, "Franek", 02.25, also registered SP-AAF since 01.01.29
converted to W33 in 1929
withdrawn from use 17.07.36
(LUFTHANSA, D-63, (not conf. by ah))

F13da, 777
named "Schneeente"
NORDBAYERISCHER VERKEHRSFLUG, D-168, 12.25 (se: 1927)
used for insecticid flights since 04.26
crashed in 02.32

F13, 778
named "Seidenschwanz"
JUNKERS, D-83, 12.25, used as travelling aircraft for management (ah)
sold to Italy, I-BATB (ah)

F13, 779
named "Felsentaube"
JUNKERS, D-212, 01.26
LETTLAENDISCHE LVG, ????, not taken up (ah)
DVL, D-212, 01.28, later registered as D-OBAV (ah)

F13, 780
named "Baumpieper"
JUNKERS, D-282, 01.26
PLL AEROLOT, P-????, not taken up (ah)
JUNKERS, D-282, used for transocean flight attempt 1927 (ah)
OELAG, A-29, leased from JFA 04.27 - 01.28 (ah/jh, I had this with c/n 743?)
JUNKERS, D-282, 03.28 used as travelling aircraft for JFA management (ah)
DVL, D-282, 1930, later also registered as D-OZYF (ah)
converted to F13f1e in 04.33

F13co, 781 (ah)
named "Gebirgsstelze"
JUNKERS, D-831, 02.26
PLL AEROLOT, P-????, not taken up
DVS, D-831, 1926, used at Kitzingen
DVL, D-831, 02.28
converted to F13co in 03.32
DEUTSCHE LUFTFAHRT GmbH, D-831, 05.32, later registered D-OBAH

F13, 782
named "Rothahn"
WESTFLUG GMBH, D-832, 1924

F13, 783 to 785
no info, 2 aircraft
c/n 783 named "Pfauentaube" (ah)
c/n 784 named "Wehrvogel" (ah)

F13, 785
named "Sporammer"
DVL, D-835, 02.28, converted to F13ce in 07.31 (ah)

F13f1eS, 786
named "Schneeammer"
LUFTHANSA, D-298, 1926
SEVERA, D-298, 1928, used on steam ship Lutzow as bord aircraft
LUFTHANSA, D-298, 02.29
DVL, D-298, 04.30, converted to F13d1e in 06.31 (ah)
LUFTDIENST GmbH, D-298, 06.31, converted to F13f1e in 09.32 (ah)

F13, 787
named "Zahntaube", no further infos

F13, 788
named "Hammerkopf"
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, "Beni III", 1926
also registered R-ACTW (ah)

F13, 789
named "Kernbeisser"
LUFTHANSA, D-837, 1926
SEVERA, D-837, leased from LH 02.28 - 02.29
DVL, D-837, 06.29

F13, 790
named "Plattmoench"
DVS, D-838, 1927
LUFTHANSA, D-838, leased from DVS during 1927
DVL, D-838, 02.28
HAJO FOLKERTS, D-838, "DER DEUTSCHEN JUGEND", 1930 to 1933 (ah)
LUFTHANSA, D-ONIQ, 1934 (not sure)

F13, 791
named "Lori"
DVS, D-869, 1927
LUFTHANSA, D-869, leased from DVS during 1927
LUFTHANSA, D-OHYK, 1934

F13, 792
c/n 792 named "Abendfalke", no further infos

F13, 793
named "Perlente"
DVS, D-870, 02.28, crashed June 1934

F13, 794 to 795
not used for F13

F13, 796
named "Fliegenente"
DVL, D-1001, 02.28
DVS, D-1001, 08.29, later D-OBAX

F13, 797
named "Birkendrossel"
SCADTA, no further infos (ah)

F13, 798 (ah)
named "Zwergadler"
AERO O/Y, K-SALD, 08.04.27 (tj: 02.23)
lost over Gulf of Finland, 16.11.27 (tj)

F13S, 799 (ah)
named "Spiegelhahn"
SEVERA, D-833, 02.28
LUFTHANSA, D-833, 02.29
LUFTDIENST GmbH, D-833, 11.29, converted to F13f1e in 06.32
DVS, D-833, 07.33

F13, 800
named "Gabelschwalbe"
JUNKERS, D-1071, 02.28 (ah)
LARES ROMANIA, CV-JAC, later registered YR-AAF, 03.32 (tj)
(tj reports also C-RBIM as registration in Romania)

F13, 801 to 822
not used for F13

F13f1e, 823
named "Blaumeise"
ALA LITTORIA, I-AFFA
LUFTHANSA, D-OTAL, 05.34
RLM, D-OTAL, 13.02.35

F13, 2000
named "Neuntoeter"
OELAG, A-34, later OE-LAF and OE-NKU (ah/tj)

F13, 2001
named "Zwergspecht"
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, D-1126, 1927
ANGLO-PERSIAN OIL COMPANY, D-1126, lsd from Junkers Persien 15.09.29 (ah)
JUNKERS, D-1126, 1931, later registered D-OHAS

F13, 2002
named "Schwarzelster"
DVL, D-1139, 02.28 (ah)
JUNKERS, D-1139, 07.30 (ah)
LUFTSCHIFFHAFEN GOTHA, D-1139, 12.33 later registered D-OJUQ

F13fe, 2003
named "Trommeltaube"
Spain, M-CEEA (tj)
DEUTSCHE LUFTFAHRT GmbH, D-1203, 12.30 (ah)
DVS, D-1203, 10.33, destroyed in 03.34 (ah)

F13fe, 2004 (ah)
named "Spatz"
AERO O/Y, K-SALE, 16.06.27, later registered OH-ALE 14.04.31
FINISH COASTGUARD, LK-2, 23.12.31 (LL: 15.05.34), later registered OH-MVB 04.35 (tj)
withdrawn from use 29.06.40 (LL says "crashed")

F13, 2005 (ah)
named "Reisfink"
JUNKERS, D-1949, at least 09.30
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-AEA, 03.32 (tj: 1934)
SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE, "259", 1940 (tj)
also registered in UK as G-ABDD, while leased 07.30 - 09.30

F13, 2006
named "Amazone", no further infos

F13, 2007 (ah)
named "Gelbkopf"
JUNKERS, D-1173, 1927 used during Yemen expedition
YEMENIA GOVT., ????, 1927
JUNKERS, D-1173, 02.28, sold in 03.29

F13, 2008
named "Rohrammer"
JUNKERS, D-1182
REICHSAMT FUR FLUGSICHERUNG, D-1182, lsd from Junkers 02.28
ALA LITTORIA, I-BBAA, 03.29
S.A.M., I-BBAS, 1932
LUFTHANSA, D-OMAS, "Rotkehlchen", 05.34
DVS, D-OMAS, "Rotkehlchen" (not conf. by ah)
crashed at Salchau 07.12.34, 3 dead

F13, 2009 (ah)
named "Bartmeise"
SCADTA, ????, 1927 to 1929

F13, 2010
named "Kardinal"
ALA LITTORIA, I-TALO

F13fe, 2011 (tj)
named "Balzhuhn"
AERO O/Y, K-SALF, 08.02.28, registered OH-ALF 14.04.31
FINISH COASTGUARD, LK-4, 27.04.34, registered OH-MVD in 04.35
withdrawn from use 02.09.37 (LL)

F13f1aW, 2012
first named "Nonne", first flight 07.05.28
AERO O/Y, K-SALG, "Turku", 12.05.28
FINISH COASTGUARD, K-SALG, 27.01.31, registered OH-ALG 14.04.31
FINISH COASTGUARD, LK-3, 23.12.31, (LL, not conf. by tj) registered OH-MVC 04.35
withdrawn from use 29.06.40, scrapped 03.41

F13ge, 2013
named "Tukan"
DOBROLET, RR-37, 01.05.28, not confirmed

F13, 2014
named "Aar"
ALA LITTORIA, I-BALG
(tj reports as J-BALG in 05.28 to Japan)

F13, 2015
named "Weissfalke"
SEVERA, D-1378, 05.28
LUFTHANSA KUSTENFLUG, D-1378, 02.29
LUFTDIENST GmbH, D-1378, 07.29
SEVERA, D-OLOF, 1934 (not conf. by ah)
DVS, D-OBIV, 10.33 (ah)

F13, 2016
named "Raubwuerger"
SEVERA, D-1382, 05.28
LUFTHANSA KUSTENFLUG, D-1378, 02.29
LUFTDIENST GmbH, D-1378, 07.29
DVL, D-1378, 10.29
DVS, D-ONUS, 04.33

F13ge, 2017
named "Waldhuhn"
DERULUFT, RR-38, 05.28, registered for ferry to USSR
DOBROLET, RR-38, 05.28
DOBROLET, CCCP-140, 05.29

F13, 2018 (ah)
named "Wachtelkoenig"
AFGHAN GOVT., ????, 04.28
probably today at Deutsches Museum

F13, 2019
named "Nymphensittich"
AFGHAN GOVT., ????, 04.28
probably today at Deutsches Museum

F13fe, 2020
named "Goldammer"
UKRVOZDUKHPUT, RR-UAZ, 06.28
UKRVOZDUKHPUT, CCCP-215, 03.29
DOBROLET, CCCP-215, 1930
GVS, CCCP-215, 1930

F13, 2021
named "Atlasfink"
DVL, D-1425, 06.28

F13, 2022
named "Albatros"
JUNKERS, D-1374, 04.28 (ah)
ALA LITTORIA, I-AEDO, 07.28
LUFTHANSA, D-ODEN, "Kohlmeise", 05.34
DVS, D-ODEN, 1935, "Kohlmeise", 09.02.35
(ah reports "Albatros" as name)

F13W, 2023 (ah)
named "Waldammer"
SCADTA, ????, 1928

F13fe, 2024
named "Loeffelente"
PRIVATE OWNER, G-EBZV, 1927
PRIVATE Mr. Ahrensberg, SE-AFW, 1930, converted to F13kae
crashed at Hjo 07.37 (LL)

F13, 2025
named "Graukoepfchen", no further info

F13, 2026
named "Sonnenvogel"
OELAG, A-48, later OE-LAH
LUFTHANSA, D-OLAP, 01.39
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-OLAP, 1939
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, 10.06.40 used at FFS A/B 114

F13fe, 2027
named "Brandente"
PRIVATE OWNER, I-ABAA, 07.29 (ah)
to England as G-EBZV (tj)
to Sweden as SE-AFW, 04.37 (tj)

F13, 2028
named "Grauammer", no further info

F13, 2029
named "Brandfink", no futher info

F13, 2030
no info

F13, 2031
named "Heidelerche"
DVL, D-1563, 01.29 later D-ONYX

F13ge, 2032
named "Kamingimpel"
BADISCH-PFAELZISCHE LV AG, D-1579, 1925
LUFTHANSA, D-1579, 01.26, leased from BP-DLH
DVS, D-OVUM, 08.12.34

F13ge, 2033
named "Sperlingspapagei"
AERO O/Y, K-SALI, 23.05.29, registered OH-ALI 16.01.31
crashed at Linkoping 02.09.31, repaired at Limhamn 11.31
Lost over Gulf of Finland 09.10.35 in fog enroute Helsinki-Tallin

Ju13, 2034
named "Sibrevkom"
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAM, 01.29
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-141, 1929
GVS, CCCP-141, 1930

Ju13, 2035
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAU, 01.02.29
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-142, 1929

Ju13, 2036
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAV, 01.02.29
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-143, 1929
GVS, CCCP-143, 1930

F13, 2037
JUNKERS, D-1608, 05.29
BATA-SCHUH CSSR, D-1608, "Astrid", 07.31
crashed at Zlin 12.07.32

F13, 2038 to 2039
no info, 3 aircraft

F13, 2040 (ah)
named "Dohle"
OELAG, A-57, 1930 later also OE-LAC

F13, 2041
named "Austernfischer"
OELAG, A-58, later also OE-LAD

F13S, 2042
named "Erlenzeisig"
S.A.P PORTUGAL, C-PAAC, April 1929, renamed "Lisboa"
JUNKERS, D-2151, "Freundschaft", 09.31
sank during Bertram expedition flight at Vizagapten / India 24.09.31

F13, 2043
no info

F13, 2044 (ah)
named "Tannenmeise"
EYRE PENISULAR AIRWAYS, VH-UKW, 25.06.29
GUINEA AIRWAYS, VH-UKW, 21.10.31, crashed 11.11.37 and repaired
destroyed during air raid 21.01.42
remains at Alexishafen today?

F13, 2045 (ah)
named "Schopfwachtel"
LARES ROMANIA, VC-JAB, reregistered to YR-AAE 04.32 (tj)

F13, 2046 (ah) sold to Italy, I-BAZG
(might also be J-BAZG in Japan?)

F13ge, 2047
named "Gelbspoetter"
sold to England, G-AAGU, 1931 (ah)
UNION AIRWAYS, ZS-AEN, 02.33 (tj)
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-AEN, 1934 (ah)
written off 29.01.36 (tj)

F13, 2048 (ah)
named "Scharzplaettchen"
SCADTA, ????, until 1935

F13, 2049
no info

F13, 2050
named "Koenigsgeier"
CANADIAN PACIFIC, CF-ALX, "City of Prince George"

F13be, 2051 (ah)
named "Sekretaer"
JUNKERS, D-1699, 07.29
DVL, D-1699, 1931 later D-OKUS

F13, 2052 (ah)
named "Bartgeier"
WALCOT AIRLINES, G-AAZK, 27.05.30
crashed 21.07.30 at Gravesend, UK, 6 dead due to structural failure (tj)

F13, 2053 (ah)
named "Moenchgeier"
LARES ROMANIA, VC-JAD, reregistered to YR-AAT, 06.31 (tj)
INDUSTRY AND TRADE MINISTRY, YR-AAT (tj)
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-ABV
later also CV-IAD

F13, 2054
named "Kampfgeier", no further info

F13he, 2055 (tj)
SOUTHWEST AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-ABU, 1930
UNION AIRWAYS, ZS-ABU
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-ABU, "W. van der Stel", 1934
SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE

F13, 2056 (ah)
named "Riesenfischer"
DVS, D-1959, 11.30
REICHSAMT FUR FLUGSICHERUNG, D-1959, 04.32
DVS, D-1959, 11.33 at Wurzburg later D-OHAT

F13, 2057 (ah)
sold to Italy, I-BBCA

F13he, 2058 (ah)
DVS, D-1954, 11.30

F13he, 2059 (ah)
DVS, D-1955, 12.30

F13, 2060 (ah)
used by Junkers as demo aircraft in 09.32, no further info

F13, 2061 (ah)
SCADTA, ????, 1929 to 1935

F13, 2062 (ah)
DVL, D-2063, 06.31 later D-OHUV

F13, 2063
no info

F13, 2064
VARIG, P-BAAF, "Livramento", bought in April 1932
VARIG, PP-VAF, "Livramento", reregistered
used until 1949, cancelled Aug 1951, scrapped 1954

F13, 2065 (ah)
LARES ROMANIA, CV-JAG, reregistered to YR-ABB, 01.32 (tj)

F13, 2066 (ah)
LARES ROMANIA, CV-JAH, reregistered to YR-ABD, 01.32 (tj)
also operated by MINISTRY OF TRADE (tj)

F13, 2067 (CL)
VARIG, P-BAAG, "Santa Cruz", bought in April 1932
VARIG, PP-VAG, "Santa Cruz", reregistered
used until 1949, cancelled Aug 1951, scrapped 1954

F13e, 2068
named "Petersvogel"
JUNKERS, D-2313
LUFTHANSA, D-2313, 13.02.32
DVS, D-2313, 08.32

F13ke, 2069 (ah)
(LL reports AB Flygmateriel as owner first)
AHRENBERG, SE-ACK, "Gastrikland", 05.31 used for Greenland expedition flight
AB AEROTRANSPORT, SE-ACK, "Gastrikland", 1932
sold to Finland, OH-SUO, 05.40
FINISH AIR FORCE, JU-120 (LL)

F13, 2070
no info

F13, 2071
named "Haenfling"
assembled in Italy (ah)
ALA LITTORIA, ????, 1932
LUFTHANSA, D-ONOR, 05.34
RLM, D-ONOR, 1936

F13, 2072 (ah)
named "Glanzfasan"
DVL, D-1843, 05.30

F13, 2073 (ah)
named "Rotkopfspecht"
DVL, D-1850, 05.30

F13ke, 2074 (ah)
named "Papua"
to England, G-ABDC, 08.30
to Sweden, SE-AEC, 12.34
to Australia, VH-UTS, 07.03.35 (Arrived 1939) (tj)

F13, 2075
SKY TRAVEL, VH-UDL (tj: VH-UPL), 06.11.30
UNION AIRWAYS, ZS-ADR, 06.32, probably with SWA AIRWAYS before) (tj)
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-ADR, 1934 (tj)
SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE, SAAF+1429, 03.40 (tj)

F13, 2076 (ah)
named "Koenigsmilan"
DVS, D-2315, 08.32
also registered as PP-VAG

F13ke, 2077 (ah)
named "Warzentaube"
DVS, D-1961, 11.30
REICHSAMT FUR FLUGSICHERUNG, D-1961, 04.32
DVS, D-1961, 09.33

F13, 2078 (ah)
RDL, D-2860, 12.33
also registered D-OPIT, CH-283

F13, 2079 (ah)
named "Heimkasuar"
DVL, D-2316, 1930
DEUTSCHE LUFTFAHRT GmbH, D-2316, 09.32
DEUTSCHER LUFTSPORT VERBAND, D-2316, 05.33


Further F13 tailsigns:


F13, unkn. G-IAAT in India 04.25, later VT-AAV 1929 should be c/n 530? (tj)
F13 OELAG, A-54, probably leased from Lufthansa btw. 1928/30
F13, SAM, I-BAJO, 1932, 1934
JL6, ROALD AMUNDSEN, 12.06.22, 11.05.23, crashed at Norway
JL6, ROALD AMUNDSEN, 05.22, 05.22, crashed
Further SCADTA F13 tailsigns
probably ex c/n 577, 684 (Talima), 758, 771, 773, 797, 2009, 2023, 2048, 2061
SCADTA, C-30, 1928, "Choco", crashed 1929
SCADTA, C-31, 1928, "Valle", crashed 1929
SCADTA, C-35, 1929, "Darien", crashed 1938
SCADTA, C-40, 1929, "Cordoba", crashed at Choco 06.08.36
SCADTA, C-41, 1929, "Santa Fe", crashed at Giradot
SCADTA, C-77 to C78, three aircraft
SCADTA, A-1, "Columbia"
SCADTA, A-16, 1924, "Tolima", crashed at Barranquilla 06.08.24 (PCI)
SCADTA, A-18, 1925, "Cucuta", COSADA, to Columbian Army 09.09.32 (tj)
SCADTA, A-21, 1925, "Bucaramanga", COSADA (C21),
SCADTA, A-22, 1927, "Huila-2", COSADA (C22),
SCADTA, A-24, 1927, "Antioquia", COSADA (C22),
SCADTA, A-25, 1927, "Boyaca", COSADA (C25), until 1932
SCADTA, A-26, 1928, "Naraino", later C-26, until 1935
SCADTA, A-29, 1921, "Atlantico", since 1928 C-29
SCADTA, A-32, 1928, "Pacifico", later C-32, crashed 1934
SCADTA, A-36, 1929, "Garcia Rovira", later C-36, crashed 1933
SCADTA, A-, 26.08.1920
Further LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO (LAB) F13 tailsigns:
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, further two aircraft delivered in 1924 (probably c/n 711, ???)
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, further two aircraft delivered in 1925 (probably c/n 769, 710)
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, 1926, "Illimani"
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, 1926, "Chargas"
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, one additional aircraft delivered in 1926 (probably c/n 634, 788)
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, further three aircraft deliverd in 1928 (unknown c/n)
F13, AERO-EXPRESS UNGARN, 1923
Further Japanese F13 tailsigns:
F13, J-BALG, in 05.28 to Japan (probably c/n 2014)
JL6, J-BBAI, purchased by Kaibo Gikai in 1923, transfered to Jap. Navy (tj)
JL6, J-BBEO, Japanese Army, 10.27 (tj)
F13, J-BAZC
F13, J-BAZG, transfered to Japan 08.29, (probably c/n 2046?)
Further Russian registrations:
F13 , SSSR-127, "Masterskih"
F13 , SSSR-L85
F13 , SSSR-M752
Further US operated JL6 tailsigns:
US NAVY, A-5867, 1922
US NAVY, A-5868, 1922
US NAVY, A-5869, 1922
US NAVY, further two JL6 since 1920
US POSTAL OFFICE, six JL6 delivered in 1920 (c/n 536, 538)



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Junkers W33/W34 and Ju46 Production List
Click here to read more about that aircraft

1 W33 prototype built at Dessau, c/n 794
1 W34 prototype built at Dessau, c/n 795
about 323 W33/W34, c/n 2500-2599, 2600-2611, 2700-2905


Junkers W33/W34 Production Rates:
(taken from G. Schmitt, Junkers und seine Flugzeuge)
Country/Operators **) 1926 1927 1928 1929 Total
Germany 2 4 11 2 18
Persia . 1 1 4 6
Colombia . . 1 . 1
Italy . . 1 . 1
Russia *) . . 3 1 4
Portugal . . 1 . 1
USA . . 2 . 2
Australia . . 2 . 2
Sweden . . . 2 2
Bolivia . . 1 . 1
China . . . 1 1
Ethopia . . . 1 1
Afghanistan . . . 2 2
Chile . . . 1 1
Canada . . . 1 1
Total 2 5 22 16 44 **)
*) plus about 16 Russian built PS-4 during 1931 to 1935
**) further 255 aircraft produced during 1930 and 1935



Junkers W33/W34 Production Facilities:
Facilities until 1929 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 Total
Junkers (W33)
Junkers (W34)
Arado (W34)
ATG (W33)
ATG (W34)
Blohm + Voss (W34)
Henschel (W33)
Weserflug (W34)
44
?
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
42+3Ju46
0
32
0
0
139
0
0
69
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
49
75
0
36
0
2
138
0
154
165
0
221
0
30
0
0
45
21
0
0
44
?
168
32
248
261
0
257




Junkers W33 individual tailsigns:

Arado/Henschel Batch (300-900?)

W34hi, 317 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, TF+NA
landed in Sweden at Lund, 30.10.44
AB NORRLANDSFLYG, SE-AOC
crashed at Neutejakko, 18.04.45

W34, 605 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, DS+CA, 13/FlVerbGr2
landed in Sweden at Ystad, 08.04.45
scrapped 1947

W34, 804 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, NM+MJ
landed in Sweden at Sjobo, 01.10.43, returned to Germany 1944

W34, 818 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, CB+BG
ILMAVOIMAT, JU-131, 18.05.44, wfu 11.04.49






Blohm + Voss Batch (900-1300)

W34, 1023 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, RS+AA
ILMAVOIMAT, JU-132, 18.05.44, wfu 24.03.53



Arado/Henschel Batch (1301-????)

W34, 1356 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, CB+AL
ILMAVOIMAT, JU-133, 18.05.44, wfu 13.11.52

W34, 1405 (SIG)
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, Tr.St. Nord, damaged on take off accident at Alakurtti, 19.02.42 (SIG)

W34, 1416 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, SD+NA
emergency landing at Simrishamn, 21.12.41 / returned to Germany 11.02.42

W34, 2158 (LL)
LUFTWAFFE, CU+NY
ILMAVOIMAT, JU-134, 18.05.44, crashed 23.11.44



Junkers Batch (2500-2905)

W33b, 794
JUNKERSWERKE, D-921, 17.06.1926, "Schildkrahe", W33 prototype
participated as a seaplane at the Seaplane Comtest 1927 at Warnemunde
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, 1927
JUNKERS LUFTBILD, 1928, used as aerial photographic aircraft

W34bW, 795
JUNKERSWERKE, D-922, July 1926, Gelbschnabel, prototype of the W34
participated as a seaplane at the Seaplane Comtest 1927 at Warnemunde

W33, 2500
SEVERA, D-1048, delivered in Feb. 1927
LUFTHANSA, D-1048, taken over in Feb. 1929
LUFTDIENST GMBH, D-1048, taken over in July 1929
DVS, D-1048, taken over in May 1933

W33, 2501
probably also delivered to Severa in 1927 (ss)
LUFTHANSA, D-1064, taken over in Feb. 1927
LUFTDIENST GMBH, D-1064, taken over in July 1927
DVL, D-1064, taken over in 1930 as training aircraft
DVS, D-1064, taken over in May 1933

W33ba, 2502
JUNKERS, D-1125, built in 1928, named "Tod dem Schadling"
pest control missions, crashed during operations

W33baL, 2503
BLINDFLUG GMBH, D-1166, operated since 1932

W33, 2504
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1167, built in 1927, named "Bremen"
used for transatlantic crossing by Kohl, Hunefeld and Fitzmaurice on April 12th 1928
bought by Henry Ford during the late 20s and transfered to the Henry Ford Museum
today on display at Bremen Airport.

W33, 2505
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1197, built in 1927, named "Europa"
used for initial attempt of transatlantic crossing on Oct. 14th 1927,
which failed following a crash landing at Bremen.
JUNKERS LV PERSIEN, D-1197, transfered in 1928, named "Bolbol"
DVS, D-OBAL, returned from Persia in April 1934, cancelled May 30th 1939

W33b, 2506 (tj: 2507)
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1198, built in 1928, named "Europa"
HUENEFELD, D-1198, taken over Sept. 1928
used for East Asia Flight, starting Oct. 10th 1928 by Hunefeld
KAISERLICHER AERO CLUB JAPAN, J-BAWG, taken over in 1929
used by Mitsubishi for studies

W33/W34, 2507 to 2509
no info, 3 aircraft

W33b, 2510 (tj)
DVS, D-3016, 03.34

W33/W34, 2511 to 2513
no info, 3 aircraft

W33bL, 2514
LUFTHANSA, D-1472, "Ural", delivered in 1928
used for route trials Berlin-Irkutsk in Sept. 1928
broken up in 1932 after crash

W33/W34, 2515 (tj)
SEVERA, D-1383, 05.28, destroyed 12.28

W33b, 2516
LUFTHANSA, D-2072, 1931, "Esa"
crashed at Natal while taking over mail from Cap Arcona 12.09.31
(some sources speak of transatlantic crossing trial by Wilhelm Rody)

W33be, 2517 (tj)
SEVERA, D-1384, 06.28
LUFTHANSA, D-1384, 02.29
LUFTDIENST GmbH, D-1384, 06.29
DVL, D-1384, 10.29
LUFTDIENST GmbH, D-1384, 11.31
DVS, D-1384, 02.32

W33/W34, 2518
no info

W33c, 2519 (tj)
SEVERA, D-1423, 07.28
LUFTHANSA, D-1423, 02.29
LUFTDIENST, D-1423, 07.29
DVL, D-1423, 10.29
to Sweden, SE-ECH, 05.30
returned to Germany, D-1423, 1931

W33bL, 2520 (tj)
SEVERA, D-1424, 08.28
DVL, D-1424, 02.29
LUFTDIENST, D-1424, 01.05.32
DVS, D-1424, 04.33
LUFTDIENST, D-1424, 02.34

W33, 2521 (tj)
DVS, D-1501, 09.28

W33b, 2522 (tj)
SEVERA, D-1459, 08.28
LUFTHANSA, D-1459, 02.29, used at Abt. Kustenflug

W33b, 2523
GERMAN AIR FORCE, delivered in 1929
used at Lipetsk for military trials by Luftwaffe until 1933
(SE/tj reports: delivered in 12.28 to Lufthansa as D-1534, transfered to Syndicato Condor, Brazil)
(tj reports D-OCIP as registration since 1934)

W33/W34, 2524 to 2525
no info, 2 aircraft

W33b, 2526 (tj)
delivered 04.29 as D-1590
DVS, D-1590, 03.34

W33/W34, 2527
no info

W33c/PS-3, 2528
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAH, delivered in Nov. 1928
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-175, reregistered in Feb. 1929, based at Irkutsk
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-130, reregistered in 1931
withdrawn from use 1947

PS-3, 2529
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAI, delivered in Nov. 1928
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-176, reregistered in Feb. 1929, crashed 07.03.30, rebuilt
GVS, CCCP-752, taken over after repair
withdrawn from use 1947

W33/W34, 2530 to 2532
no info, 3 aircraft

PS-3, 2533
DOBROLJOT, RR-DAO, delivered Dec. 1928
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-177, reregistered in Feb. 1929
GVS, CCCP-31, taken over in 1930, broken up in 1935
(remark: RR-DAO was also used on F13 c/n 648)

W33/W34, 2533 to 2534
no info, 2 aircraft

W33c, 2535 (tj)
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1630, 05.29
DVS, D-1630, 04.34

W33/W34, 2536 to 2538
no info, 3 aircraft

W33C, 2539 (tj)
sold to Ethopia 05.09.29, "Ribe Fafari"
crashed near Dessie 19.12.29, rebuilt
missed while flying to Roeires/Sudan 03.05.36

W33/W34, 2540
no info

W33c, 2541 (tj)
built in 1926
modified as pestecide control aircraft in 1927
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1642, 05.29, reregistered to D-OBAN in 1934

W33e3e, 2542 (tj)
AB AEROTRANSPORT, SE-ABX, named "Sverige"
used for unsuccessfull transatlantic crossing via Ireland and Greenland in 09.29
to Germany, Bertram, D-1925, 07.30, "Atlantis", leased for Australia flight 1932
returned to AEROTRANSPORT
LUFTHANSA, D-1925, 07.30
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1925, 02.32
DVS, D-OVYL, 03.34

W33, 2543
LUFTHANSA, D-1695, "Balkan", delivered in 1929, used for instrument flight education
EURASIA, EU-VIII, taken over 17.03.33
destroyed during Japanese bomb raid at Shanghai 17.08.37

W33d, 2544
LUFTHANSA, D-1649, delivered in June 1929, named "Baikal",
crashed 07.04.30 at Liensfield/England

W33c, 2545
LUFTHANSA, D-1696, delivered July 1929, named "Taurus"
EURASIA, EU-I, taken over 04.02.31, crashed at Lanchow 26.08.32

W33d, 2546 (tj)
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1657, 06.29
sold in 09.29 to unknown

W33d, 2547 (tj)
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1698, 07.29

W33d, 2548 (LL)
AB FLYGMATERIEL, SE-ABZ
later operated by AB AEROTRANSPORT, AB SVENSK FLYGTJANST
crashed 24.09.45

W33d, 2549 (tj)
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1658

PS-3W, 2550
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-182, delivered in June 1929, used at Yakutsk
GVS, CCCP-32, taken over in 1931, cancelled 1947

PS-3, 2551
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-441, delivered Feb. 1930
GVS, CCCP-735, taken over during 1930, crashed 09.09.30, rebuilt

PS-3, 2552
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-442, delivered Feb. 1930

W33L, 2553 (tj)
DVL, D-1724, 07.29

PS-3, 2554
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-443, delivered March 1930

PS-3, 2555
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-444, delivered March 1930

PS-3, 2556
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-445, delivered April 1931

PS-3, 2557
LUFTHANSA, D-1826, delivered 1930, named "Karparthen"
crashed 06.08.30 at Vestnick in Sweden
probably rebuilt at Irkutsk as PS-4
SEVMORPUT, CCCP-H4, registered in Oct 1932

W33d, 2558 (tj)
DVS, D-1732, 08.29, later D-OMEN since 1932

W33d1W, 2559 (tj)
DVL, D-1740, 09.29
LUFTDIENST, D-1740, 08.31
DVS, D-1740, 04.33

W33, 2560
LUFTHANSA, D-1827, delivered in 1930, named "Siebenburgen"
EURASIA, EU-II, taken over on 04.02.31, shot down at Lanchow over Mongolia 02.07.31

W33, 2561
LUFTHANSA, D-1839, delivered in 1930, named "Plattensee"
(SE: FLUGFJELAG ISLANDS, ????, leased 1930-1932, named "Island I")
EURASIA, EU-VII (tj: EU-V), taken over 23.02.1933
LUFTHANSA, D-OFEZ, "Plattensee", returned in 1935
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-OFEZ, "Plattenseee", taken over in 1938

W33d, 2562
JUNKERS, D-1741, built Sept. 1929, experimental aircraft
LUFTDIENST GmbH, D-1741, 1929
DVL, D-1741, 1931, modified to W34d2ao
DVS, D-1741, 01.04.33

W33L, 2563
LUFTHANSA, D-1855, delivered in 1930, named "Hohe Tatra"
EURASIA, EU-V (tj: EU-VI), taken over 19.06.1932,
crashed at Sian in Feb. 1933 (tj reports 01.09.32)

W33, 2564
LUFTHANSA, D-1894, delivered in 1930
FLUGFELAG ISLANDS, taken over in 1930, named "Island 1" (SE reports this as c/n2561)
EURASIA, EU-VI (tj: EU-VII), taken over on 16.07.1932 (tj: 02.33)
crashed at Lanchow in Sept. 1932
(tj reports aircraft handed over to Chinese Air Force in 1937)

W33d, 2565 (tj)
DVS, D-1956, 11.30, reregistered D-ONAP, 04.34

W33/W34, 2565 to 2567
no info, 3 aircraft

W34d2i, 2568 (tj)
DVS, D-3046, 03.34

W33d, 2569 (tj)
DVS, D-2134, 07.31, crashed 06.34

W33d, 2570 (tj)
DVS, D-2135, 08.31

W33/W34, 2571 to 2573
no info, 3 aircraft

W34d2i, 2574 (tj)
RDL, D-3047, 03.34, reregistered to D-OBAK

W33, 2575
to Australia, J. Taylor, VH-UIW, "The Lady Lettie", 08.02.30
PACIFIC AERIAL, VH-UIW, 01.02.31, crashed 18.10.32

W33/W34, 2576
no info

W33d, 2577 (tj)
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1684, 11.29

W33f, 2578
DVS, D-1957, 11.30

W33f, 2579
LUFTHANSA, D-2008, delivered in 1931, named "Beskiden"
DVS, D-2008, taken over in 1933, used for training flights

W33f, 2580
LUFTHANSA, D-2009, delivered in March 1931, named "Bosporus"
LUFTHANSA, D-OTAQ, reregistered in 1934
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-OTAQ, taken over in 1938

W34f, 2581 (tj)
crashed into English Channel 29.10.32

W33f, 2582
LUFTHANSA, D-2016, delivered in 1931, named "Sakaria"
LUFTHANSA, D-OVOL, reregistered during 1934, broken up in 1942 following crash

W33f, 2583
LUFTHANSA, D-2017, delivered in March 1931, named "Marmara"
crashed enroute London-Berlin over Northsea 29.10.32

W33L, 2584
(SE: LUFTHANSA, D-2018, "Bukowina", delivered 1931, crashed 1933 - see also c/n 2756)
DOBROLJOT, CCCP-H5, 01.10.32, built at Irkutsk, later operated by Sevmorput

W34fa, 2585 (LL)
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-122, 30.09.30
FINISH COAST GUARD, LK-7, later also OH-MVG
crashed 16.11.41

W33f, 2586
sold to Canada, CF-AQB (tj)

W33fe, 2587
sold to Canada, CF-AQW (tj)

W34lo, 2588
sold to Canada, CF-AMZ (tj)

W34f, 2589 (tj)
RDL, D-1844, 05.32, used at Erprobungsstelle Staaken

W34fi, 2590 (tj)
RDL, D-1845, 05.30, reregistered as D-ONYS in 03.34

W33fi, 2591
sold to Canada, CF-ASI (tj)

W34ffi, 2592
DVL, D-2139, taken over in Sept. 1931

W34, 2593 (probably a W33, SE: W34)
SYNDICATO CONDOR, P-BANA, named "Tiete", 06.31
rrg. PP-CAN, crashed 1939 (CL: 1946)

W34, 2594 (probably a W33)
SYNDICATO CONDOR, P-BAOA, named "Tibagy", delivered in 1931, rrg. PP-CAO

W34, 2595 (probably a W33)
SYNDICATO CONDOR, P-BAPA, named "Taquary", delivered in 1931, rrg. PP-CAP, crashed

W34fy, 2596 (tj)
LUFTDIENST, D-1852, 05.30
DVS, D-1852, 04.33

W33/W34, 2597 to 2599
no info, 3 aircraft

W34b3e, 2600
JUNKERSWERKE, D-1119, used for altitude record flight 26.05.1929

W34, 2600 (unsure?)
JUNKERS, D-1294, delivered in March 1929 to foreign operator

W34b, 2601 (tj)
JUNKERS, D-1294
GUINEA AIRWAYS, VH-UGZ, 20.03.28
crashed at Wau, 06.03.30

W33/W34, 2602 to 2603
no info, 2 aircraft

W34b, 2604 (tj)
GUINEA AIRWAYS, G-AUJD, "Junkers No. 2", 04.12.28
crashed at Wmpit on 17.01.31 gear collapsed

W33/W34, 2605
no info

W34bi, 2606
sold to Canada, CF-ABK (tj)

W34, 2607
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, delivered during 1929, named "Vanguardia", crashed 12.04.1939

W34, 2608
LUFTHANSA, D-OGIF, previous registration unknwon
SEDTA, HC-SAA, taken over in 1938, named "Pichincha", crashed 11.09.1939, repaired
SYNDICATO CONDOR, PP-CBO, taken over 14.01.1941, named "Tarauaca"
(remark: J2608 also referenced as LAB "Tunai", delivered in 1929)

W33/W34, 2609
no info

W34d, 2610 (tj)
GUINEA AIRWAYS, VH-UNM, "Junkers No. 3", 05.03.30
RAAF, A44-3, 10.02.40

W34d, 2611 (tj)
GUINEA AIRWAYS, VH-UNR, "Junkers No. 4", 31.03.30
crashed into hillside nr. Wampit 22.05.31

W33/W34, 2612 to 2700
no info, 89 aircraft

W34L, 2701
SIEMENS & HALSKE, D-1977, test flights with Boykow Autopilot in Oct. 1930
rrg. in 1934 as D-ONAS

W34L, 2702
no info

K43fa, 2703 (LL)
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-124, 09.04.31
FINSIH COAST GUARD, OH-MVH (LK-8), 01.07.45
scrapped in 02.50

K43fa, 2704 (LL)
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-123, 09.04.31
crashed 30.07.35 after collision with Ju-125

K43fa, 2705 (LL)
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-125, 09.04.31
crashed 30.07.35 after collision with Ju-123

K43fa, 2706 (LL)
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-126, 09.04.31
crashed at Markajarvi, 24.12.39 shot down by Russian fighter

K43fa, 2707 (LL)
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-127, 09.04.31
FINSIH COAST GUARD, OH-MVI (LK-9), 01.07.45
scrapped in 02.49

K43fa, 2708 (LL)
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-128, 09.04.31
FINSIH COAST GUARD, OH-MVF (LK-6), 28.10.40
wfu 02.48, scrapped in 04.49

W33fei, 2709
LUFTDIENST GMBH, D-2350, delivered in Feb. 1933
DVS, D-2350, taken over during 1933 for flight training

W34W, 2710
CANADIAN AIRWAYS, CF-AQV
parts displayed at Canada Aviation Museum in Winnipeg

W34, 2711
SYNDICATO CONDOR, PP-CAR, "Tapajoz", delivered 1932, crashed 04.05.34
rebuilt in 1934, "Turyassu", sold in 1939
crashed at Rio de Janeiro 16.04.45 (tj)

W34fiao, 2712 (tj)
DVS, D-2136, 09.31

W34fao, 2713 (tj)
DVL, D-2141, 10.31

W34f1ue, 2714
JUNKERS, D-2239, 1931
LUFTDIENST GMBH, D-2239, taken over in July 1932
DVS, D-2239, taken over in May 1933

Ju46fi, 2715
JUNKERSWERKE, prototype, first flown March 1932
LUFTHANSA, D-2244, "Europa", delivered April 1932, used on board NDL liner "Europa" during summer 1932
LUFTHANSA, D-UKOV, reregistered in 1934, used for island service in Germany since 1933
probably sold to Syndicato Condor as PP-CBK until 1946ss

K43fy, 2716
PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE, Aerornautica Naval, "56", about 1933 to 1941, (AHM/MC)

W33/W34, 2717
PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE, Aerornautica Naval, "57", about 1933 to 1941, (AHM/MC)

W34f, 2718
CANADIAN AIRWAYS, CF-ATF, 01.12.32
later sold to Canadian Pacific, Central B.C. Airways, Pacific Western Airlines, Pacific Wings
removed from service July 1961 and moved to National Aviation Museum

W33/W34, 2719
no info

Ju46fi, 2720
LUFTHANSA, D-2271, "Bremen", delivered 1932, used on board NDL liner "Bremen" during summer 1932/33
LUFTHANSA, D-2271, "Hamburg", modified to landplane in 1934
SYNDICATO CONDOR, PP-CAU, "Tocantis", used since 1934, bought in 1936, wfu in 1946 (SE: 1936)

W33/W34, 2721 to 2727
no info, 7 aircraft

K43fy, 2728
PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE, Aerornautica Naval, "58", about 1933 to 1941, (AHM/MC)

K43fy, 2729
PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE, Aerornautica Naval, "59", about 1933 to 1941, (AHM/MC)

K43fy, 2723
PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE, Aerornautica Naval, "60", about 1933 to 1941, (AHM/MC)

W34fi, 2731
sold to Canada, CF-ASN (tj)

W34fi, 2732
CANADIAN AIRWAYS, CF-ARI (tj)

W34fi, 2733
LUFTHANSA, delivered in Feb. 1933, D-2394, named "Castor", rrg. D-OJOH in 1934
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-OJOH, taken over in 1938

W34,
LUFTHANSA, D-2395, delivered in 1933, named "Pollux", rrg. 1934 as D-OMET
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-OMET, taken over in 1939

W34fi, 2735 (tj)
UNION AIRWAYS, ZS-AEB, 06.33
crashed at Eshowe 14.12.33

W34fi, 2736
UNION AIRWAYS, ZS-AEC, 06.33
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-AEC, "Sir George Grey", 1934
crashed 16.10.38 at George

W34gi, 2737
LUFTHANSA, D-4, ferry register to China
EURASIA, EU-III, not taken up
crashed prior to delivery in Germany 29.04.33

W33/W34, 2738
no info

W34gi, 2739 (tj)
JUNKERS, D-7, ferry register for delivery flight to China
EURASIA, EU-II, 03.33

W33/W34, 2738 to 2742
no info, 5 aircraft

W34gi, 2743
LUFTHANSA, D-2535, delivered in Feb. 1933, named "Orion"
JUNKERS, D-4, ferry register for delivery flight to China
EURASIA, EU-I (tj: EU-III), taken over 31.05.1933, crashed Lanchow 04.07.1935

Ju46hi, 2744
LUFTHANSA, D-2419, "Mars", delivered summer 1933 as landplane version (W34ss), postal flights
LUFTHANSA, D-2419, rebuilt as a seaplane, located on board NDL liner "Europa" during 1934
LUFTHANSA, D-UGUS, reregistered in 1934
registration D-OLMP also known for this aircraft
(SE reports name as "Jupiter" see c/n 2773)
(SE reports: sold to SYNDICATO CONDOR in 1939)

Ju46hi, 2745
LUFTHANSA, D-2491, "Sirius", delivered summer 1933 as landplane version (W34ss)
LUFTHANSA, D-2491, "Bremen", rebuilt as a seaplane, located on board NDL liner "Bremen" during 1934
LUFTHANSA, D-UHYL, "Bremen", reregistered in 1934
registration D-OBRA also known for this aircraft
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-UHYL, 1939 (se)

W34, 2746
LUFTHANSA, D-2478, delivered June 1933, named "Merkur", rrg. 1934 as D-UPOL
EURASIA, EU-V, taken over 11.03.35, crashed at Sian 27.09.35

W33/W34, 2747
no info

W33hc, 2748
DVS, D-2756, taken over in Dec. 1933 for flight training

W33he, 2749 (tj)
DVS, D-2757, 12.33

W33he, 2750 (tj)
DVS, D-2758, 12.33

W34he, 2751 (tj)
DVS, D-2689, taken over in Dec. 1933

W33/W34, 2752
no info

W33he, 2753 (tj)
DVS, D-3013, 12.33

W33he, 2754 (tj)
DVS, D-3014, 12.33

W33/W34, 2755
no info

W33, 2756
LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, CB-19, delivered during 1933, named "Muruata", crashed 03.04.39
LUFTHANSA, D-2018, delivered in April 1931, named "Bukowina", crashed May 1933

W33/W34, 2757
no info

W33he, 2758 (tj)
DVS, D-3145, 03.34

W33/W34, 2759
no info

W33he, 2760
DVS, D-3154, 03.34

W33/W34, 2760
no info

W34, 2763
LUFTHANSA, D-3118, delivered in 1934, named "Orion", rrg. 1934 as D-UKAM
EURASIA, EU-III, taken over 25.03.35, crashed at Canton 11.05.35

W34, 2764
LUFTHANSA, D-3119, delivered in 1933, named "Wega", rrg. 1934 as D-UGES
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-UGES, taken over in 1938

W33/W34, 2765
no info

W34, 2766
LUFTHANSA, D-3342, delivered in 1934
DVS, D-UBAF, taken over in 1934
(SE: DVL, D-UBAS in 1934)
(SE: EURASIA, taken over in 1935)
(SE: SEDTA, taken over in 1938, crashed)

W33/W34, 2767 to 2772
no info, 6 aircraft

Ju46hi, 2773
LUFTHANSA, D-3411, "Jupiter", delivered May 1934, located on board NDL liner "Europa" during 1934/35/36
LUFTHANSA, D-UBUS, "Europa", reregistered in 1934
(SE reports "Jupiter" as c/n 2744)
HANSA FLUGDIENST, D-UBUS, 1939 (se)

W33/W34, 2774 to 2790
no info, 17 aircraft

W34W, 2791
SYNDICATO CONDOR, PP-CAW, named "Tacutu", 1934 (CL: 06.31), withdrawn 1946

W33/W34, 2792 to 2822
no info, 30 aircraft

W34h, 2823
SCADTA, somehere around 132
FUERZA AEREA COLOMBINA, 407
still at Bogota aviation museum

W33/W34, 2792 to 2827
no info, 36 aircraft

W34ho, 2828 (tj)
registered SE-AEF in 04.35

W34ho, 2829 (tj)
registered SE-AEH in 04.35, SE-AKI in 04.40

W33/W34, 2829 to 2831
no info, 3 aircraft

W34W, 2832
DNL or Fred Olsen, LN-DAB, "Ternen", 01.06.35
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, captured in April 1940

W33/W34, 2833 to 2834
no info, 2 aircraft

W34/Tp2A, 2835
FLYGVAPNET, FV6, delivered 1935
SAR Sweden, SE-BYA, 1961, today at Air Force Museum, Arlanda

W33/W34, 2836 to 2874
no info, 39 aircraft

W34, 2875
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, Stab Finnland, damaged after engine failure at Kirkenes, 11.11.42 (SIG)

W33/W34, 2876 to 2905
no info, 30 aircraft


W34, 3223
LUFTWAFFE, TB+AM
ILMAVOIMAT, Ju-135, 18.05.44, crashed 14.06.49

W34, 4058
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, LdK Norwegen, undercarriage damaged on landing at Mandal, 10.03.42 (SIG)

W34, 4072
LUFTWAFFE, ??+??, crashed due to technical problems at Drobak, 03.04.41



Russian Irkutsk and Moscow Batch (82xxx)

PS-4, 82657 (Irkutsk-line)
KOMSEWERPUTJ, CCCP-H5, 08.32

Further PS-4s built in Russia:
W33/PS-4, CCCP-1402, built at Irkutsk in March 1933
W33/PS-4, CCCP-ssssssss, built at Irkutsk during 1934
W33/PS-4, CCCP-1414, built at Zavod 89 nr. Moscow in 1934
W33/PS-4, CCCP-1415, built at Zavod 89 nr. Moscow in 1934
W33/PS-4, CCCP-1416, built at Zavod 89 nr. Moscow in 1934, crashed in July 1936
W33/PS-4, CCCP-1417, built at Zavod 89 nr. Moscow in 1934, crashed 03.10.1934
W33/PS-4, CCCP-H62, built at Zavod 89 nr. Moscow in Jan. 1935
W33/PS-4, CCCP-H63, built at Zavod 89 nr. Moscow in Jan. 1935, operated by Sevmorput, s/n 89ss
W33/PS-4, CCCP-H64, built at Zavod 89 nr. Moscow in Jan. 1935, operated by Sevmorput, s/n 5ss



Further W33/W34/Ju46 tailsigns:


Further German W33/34 registrations:
W33, JUNKERS, D-1231,
W34, JUNKERS, D-2237, 1931
W34hi, LUFTHANSA, D-2418, 01.06.33
W33he, DVS, D-3054,
W33he, DVS, D-3333,
W33he, DVS, D-ODON,
W33bc, Severa, built in 1928, registered D-OGUR since 1934
W34, D-OMYI, crashed 30.04.35 at Scheebur
Further South American registrations:
W33, SCADTA, C-33, 1928, 1932, "Cundinamarca", later used by Colombian Government
W34, SCADTA, C-53, 1928, "Boyaca"
W34, SCADTA, C-71, 1929, "Huila-3"
W34, SCADTA, C80 to C85 six aircraft
W33, LLOYD AERO BOLIVIANO, CB-20, 1933, named "Sajama", crashed 13.03.1937 nr. Cuybaja enroute to La Paz
W34, SEDTA, D-OJIL, 1938, 04.03.38, crashed
K43, ARGENTINE AIR FORCE, registered "101", and "103" to "106", 5 aircraft
K43, CHILEAN AIR FORCE, registered "27", 1 aircraft
Further Russian registrations:
W33, GVF Irkutsk, CCP-42
W33, DOBROLJOT, CCCP-20, crashed during 1932, rebuilt, cancelled 1935
W33, DOBROLJOT, CCCP-21, cancelled 1935
W33, DOBROLJOT, CCCP-30
W33f, "HOCHI", J-BFUB, 04.32, used for Japan-USA flight, lost 24.09.32 Sabishiro Beach (tj)
W34, GUINEA AIRWAYS, VH-UOX, 25.03.31, to RAAF 03.42 as A44-2
W34Li, PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE, "Monteiro Torres", 10.08.28, crashed at Tabacumba/Mali 1936 (MC)






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