Floatplane variant of Ju 52, date unknown

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Added Date 27 Feb 2008



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1. Alan says:
1 Mar 2008 02:39:04 AM

The second prototype of the Ju52/1M was converted into a seaplane in July 1931 and was first flown from Zimmermann on July 17th 1931 on river Elbe. The production for the first 12 aircraft of the Ju52/1m was started in 1930. But Junkers failed in his forecast for the demand of larger cargo aircraft. Just one Ju52/1m could be sold to Canada. When the first seven aircraft were finished, Junkers decided to stop further production of this type.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
20 Nov 2010 12:07:18 PM

Junkers Ju 52-1m Registered in Sweden as
SE-ADM. Flown to AB Flygindustri at Limhamn
Sweden, fitted with mountings for torpedos as a bomber.

Aircraft was designated K45c after tests it
was flown back to Germany and used by both
Junkers and the Luftwaffe for continued
experimental torpedo bombing.
3. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
20 Nov 2010 12:07:23 PM

Junkers Ju 52-1m Registered in Sweden as
SE-ADM. Flown to AB Flygindustri at Limhamn
Sweden, fitted with mountings for torpedos as a bomber.

Aircraft was designated K45c after tests it
was flown back to Germany and used by both
Junkers and the Luftwaffe for continued
experimental torpedo bombing.

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