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Junkers Ju.160

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Only two of the 1932 Ju 60s were built, but in 1934 an improved version, the Ju 160, made its appearance. Forty-eight Ju 160s were built, entering service with Lufthansa during 1935-36. As well as operating on domestic routes, the Ju 160s also flew on the Breslau-Prague-Munich route. Most were commandeered by the Luftwaffe on the outbreak of World War II and were widely used for communications and training.

Engine: 1 x 600hp BMW Hornet
Max take-off weight: 3450 kg / 7606 lb
Wingspan: 14.32 m / 46 ft 12 in
Length: 12.00 m / 39 ft 4 in
Height: 3.92 m / 12 ft 10 in
Max. speed: 340 km/h / 211 mph
Service Ceiling: 5200 m / 17050 ft
Endurance: 3 hrs 12 mins
Crew: 2
Passengers: 6

 


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