Junkers W33 / W34
W34 with it BMW radial engine was a precursor of the Junkers G.31 (Ju-52). Sturdy monoplanes with corrugated skinning and
fixed landing gear, used as transport and liaison aircraft during
WWII. The W34 was widely exported and up to the end of World War II
was the German Air Force's standard instrument and navigation trainer. The last aircraft of its kind made its
final flight during a donation ceremony in 1962 by from W. Benedickson
National Aviation Museum. This was the last flight of any of the
Junkers F13/W33/W34 family of aircraft.
Engine 1 x BMW 132 660 hp
Span 58' 2 3/4"
Length 33' 8 1/4"
Height 11' 7"
Maximum Speed 165 mph
Range 559 miles