Lufthansa airliner version of the Focke-Wulf Condor at Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, New York, 11 Aug 1938 after completing the first transatlantic flight from Berlin.

Caption   Lufthansa airliner version of the Focke-Wulf Condor at Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, New York, 11 Aug 1938 after completing the first transatlantic flight from Berlin. ww2dbase
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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
10 Nov 2015 03:18:45 PM

1938 AIR TRAVEL: Condor (DA-CON) arrives from Berlin to New York It made a return flight back to the Fatherland arrived Berlin 19 hours and 55 minutes later the aircraft carried no passengers each way, except for the crew and airline officials. During WWII the FW 200 Condor was operated by the Luftwaffe as a patrol bomber against Allied shipping, a job it wasn't designed for, but modified to carry out...
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
26 Oct 2016 07:20:30 PM

ARRIVING FROM BERLIN: Lufthansa Focke-Wulf FW 200 Condor registered (D-AERE) was the first Condor built, W.Nr. 2000. First flight September 6, 1937. Delivered to Lufthansa on February 4, 1938 and re-registered (D-ACON) the (CON for Condor) later flew to Tokyo, later ditched off Manilla salvaged and shipped back to Germany and scrapped.

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