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Flygindustri AB

Sweden
Subsidiary of Junkers FlugzeugWerkeAG., established at Linhamm, Malmo, effectively escaping restrictions on aircraft construction in Germany. Civil production included the A 20 two/three-seat mail/freight aircraft introduced in 1923, G 23/G 24 three-engined nine-passenger airliners in 1924/25 and the single-engined, six-passenger W 34 built up to 1935. Three-engined K-30C bomber built 1924 and supplied to Russia as R 42; K-37 twin-engined light bomber flown 1927; 174 built in Japan by Kawasaki and Mitsubishi. K-47 monoplane appeared 1928, used as research aircraft for dive-bombing techniques, benefiting later Ju 87 program.
 


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