Junkers W.33 / W.34
Flygindustri AB civil production included the single-engined, six-passenger W 34 built up to 1935.
The W.33 and W.34 light transports were derived from the earlier F13. The prototype was a converted F13 with a lengthened fuselage and more powerful engine, but with the fixed undercarriage retained. The W33 and W34 came in ski and float versions and copious other variants. The W34 had a light-bomber counterpart.
There were nearly 200 W33s built, but the W34 totalled nearly 1800 examples, which were extensively used by civil operators. A total of 900 saw service with the Luftwaffe as trainers and transports during World War II.
A W33 made the first east-west Atlantic crossing in 1928 from Dublin to Labrador.
Engine: 1 x 660hp BMW 132 radial piston engine
Max take-off weight: 3200 kg / 7055 lb
Wingspan: 17.75 m / 58 ft 3 in
Length: 10.27 m / 33 ft 8 in
Height: 3.53 m / 11 ft 7 in
Max. speed: 265 km/h / 165 mph
Ceiling: 6300 m / 20650 ft
Range: 900 km / 559 miles