Junkers G.23 / G.24 / F.24
Flygindustri AB civil production included the G 23/G 24 three-engined nine-passenger airliners in 1924/25
The G23 was another first for Junkers - the world's first all-metal three-engined passenger/transport aircraft. Only nine were built before the G24, with more powerful engines, was introduced in 1925. It was intended for new long-range Deutsche Luft Hansa services.
Eleven of the 56 examples built were converted for single-engined operation, their wing-mounted engine units removed. These were redesignated F24 (circa 1928).
The G24 transport had a bomber version built in Sweden.
Engine: 3 x 310hp Junkers L.5
Max take-off weight: 6500 kg / 14330 lb
Wingspan: 27.76 m / 91 ft 1 in
Length: 15.70 m / 51 ft 6 in
Max. speed: 200 km/h / 124 mph
Range: 1300 km / 808 miles