Junkers Ju 52 List

Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded 1Z+AR 01 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded 1Z+AR 02 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 01 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 02 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 03 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 04
Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 05 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 06 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 07 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 08 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 09 Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 10
Airworthy Junkers Ju 52 Warbird CASA C 352L N352JU coded AZ+JU 11 Artwork Junkers Ju 52 1.KGrzbV105 G6+EX Tatsinsaya airfield Russia 1942 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3.ZG26 3U+ML Bad Zwischenshm 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3m 1.KGrzbV172 (4V+AT) captured Tunisia 1943 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3m 11.TG3 (4V+MV) Herzogenaurach Bavaria Germany May 1945 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3m 2.KGrzbV800 (8T+BK) captured El Aouina Tunisia 1943 0A
Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3m 6.TG3 (4V+BP) Operation Stosser Asselborn Luxembourg Dec 1944 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3m9e KgrzbV700 (7V+NK) Eastern Front winter 1943 1944 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3mg14e RHAF 102.1 S.2+24 Hungary 1944 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e II.Fliegerkorps (C3+KH) operating between Italy and Tunisia Nov 1942 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3mg7es VII.Fliegerkorps (V1+LB) Eastern Front 1943 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3m Stab III.KGrzbV106 (9P+DD) Finland Sep 1941 0A
Artwork Junkers Ju 52 air ambulance WL AKLQ Poland 1939 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 air ambulance WL AKLQ Poland 1939 0B Artwork Junkers Ju 52 Endrez Gyorgy RHAF Magyar Legiforgalmi R.T. HA JUF Hungary 1941 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 KG153 32+V22 Germany 1935 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 KG355 53+F12 Germany 1935 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 SAAF 50Sqn B4080 Jijga aerodrome Afghanistan 1941 0A
Artwork Junkers Ju 52 Stab AufklGr25 50+G10 Austria 1938 0A Artwork Junkers Ju 52 Stab II.KGrzbV102 (D9+RC) Lake Hartvigrann Invasion Norway 1939 0A Demyansk airlift Junkers Ju 52 3m Stab III.KgrzbV172 (4V+DD) ferrying supplies Feb 1942 01 Demyansk airlift Junkers Ju 52 ferrying supplies Feb 1942 01 Demyansk airlift Junkers Ju 52 FFS(C)16 ferrying supplies Feb 1942 01 Demyansk airlift Junkers Ju 52 KgrzbV700 ferrying supplies Feb 1942 01
Junkers Ju 52 3mg3e KG152 27+E13 with 27B23 27D13 and 27E13 Germany 1935 01 Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e II.Fliegerkorps (C3+KH) captured in Tunisia Nov 1942 01 Junkers Ju 52 3ms Transport Staffel Fliegerfuhrer Nord (P4+FH) fitted with skies 1942 01 Junkers Ju 52 air ambulance Sktz NO+HJ WNr 2999 ferrying wounded solders Eastern Front 01 Junkers Ju 52 II.Fliegerkorps C3+OH lies abandoned Gabes airfield Tunisia March 1943 Junkers Ju 52 KJ+MS WNr 3095 forced landed at Stalingrad and was captured by Soviet troops 01
Junkers Ju 52s at Cosiso Sicily getting ready to ferrying supplies to North Africa 1942 01 Junkers Ju 52s ferrying supplies over the Mediterranean to North Africa 1942 01 Junkers Ju 52s ferrying supplies over the Mediterranean to North Africa 1942 02 Junkers Ju 52s ferrying supplies over the Mediterranean to North Africa 1942 03 Junkers Ju 52s ferrying supplies over the Mediterranean to North Africa 1942 04 Junkers Ju 52 Transport Squadron IV Air Corps G8+MR and G8+LR at a forward airfield Russia fall 1943 01
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 3mg3e transport in winter camouflage at a dispersal area Eastern Front 01 Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 transport being lifted by German soldiers 01 Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 transport being lifted by German soldiers 02 Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 transport being refueled 01 Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 transporter in fligh 01 Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 transporter in fligh maybe a modified 3mg7e 01
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 transport surrounded by a flock of sheep 01 Unternehmen Merkur DFS 230 gliders during the invasion of Crete 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur German paratroopers dropped during the invasion of Crete 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e ferrying in supplies prior to operation Mercury 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e KGrzbV106 on Maleme AF Crete 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e KGrzbV2 (G6+) during the invasion of Crete 1941 01
Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e KGrzbV2 during the invasion of Crete 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e over Greece 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e shot down during the invasion of Crete 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e shot down during the invasion of Crete 1941 02 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e shot down during the invasion of Crete 1941 03 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e towing DFS 230 during the invasion of Crete 1941 01
Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e towing DFS 230 during the invasion of Crete 1941 02 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e wrecked on Maleme AF Crete 1941 01 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e wrecked on Maleme AF Crete 1941 02 Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e wrecked on Maleme AF Crete 1941 03

Junkers Ju 52 mixed photograph's

Junkers Ju 52 SAAF 50Sqn B4080 Jijga aerodrome Afghanistan 1941

Profile 0A: Artwork Junkers Ju 52 SAAF 50Sqn B4080 Jijga aerodrome Afghanistan 1941

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3./ZG 26 3U+ML Bad Zwischenshm

Profile 0A: Unit: 3./ZG 26 Serial: 3U+ML No additional information.
Source: 'Luftwaffe im Focus'. Edition No.4/2004. c Luftfahrtverlag-Start, Bad Zwischenshm - Inh. Axel Urbanke - 2004. ISBN 3-9808468-4-9

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 air ambulance WL-AKLQ Poland 1939

Profile 0A: Unit: unknown Serial: WL-AKLQ Poland, 1939-1940. This impressed Lufthansa Ju.52 used as medical evacuation machine by Luftwaffe. Note: WL = Wehrmacht Luftwaffe. Standard painting scheme: RLM70/RLM71/RLM02.
Profile 0A Artist: © Seweryn Fleischer Source: 'Ju.52 Model Fan Encyclopaedia No.4', by AJAKS, Warsaw, 2002
Profile 0B Artist: © Zbynek Valka Source: "Junkers Ju.52/3m" Bilek Modelarum No.3; (c) Bilek, Konevova 223, 130 00 Praha 3 Czech Republic

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 15./KGrzbV 105 G6+EZ Pleskau-Sud Russia March 1942

Profile 0A: Unit: 3./KGrzbV 105 Serial: G6+EZ Pleskau-Sud, March 1942.
Artist: © J-M.Guillou Source: Aero Journal No.4, June - July 2008, (c) Aero-Editions, ISSN: 1962-2430.

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 Stab II./KGrzbV 102 D9+RC landed Lake Hartvigrann during Invasion Norway 1939

Profile 0A: Ju.52/3m Unit: KGrzbV 102 Serial: D9+RC This aircraft landed at Lake Hartvigrann in Norway.
Profile Artist: © Seweryn Fleischer Source: 'Ju.52 Model Fan Encyclopaedia No.4', by AJAKS, Warsaw, 2002

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 KG355 53+F12 Germany 1935

Profile 0A: Ju.52/3mg3e Unit: KG355 Serial: 53+F12 Auxiliary bomber, 1935.
Profile Artist: unknown Source: A Squadron/Signal Publications, Inc

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 KG153 32+V22 Germany 1935

Profile 0A: Unit: KG153 Serial: 32+V22 The three-tone camouflage painting scheme of RLM61/62/63 with RLM65 bottom.
Profile Artist: © Seweryn Fleischer Source: 'Ju.52 Model Fan Encyclopaedia No.4', by AJAKS, Warsaw, 2002

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 Stab./Aufkl.Gr.25 50+G10 Austria 1938

Profile 0A: Ju.52/3mg3e Unit: Stab./Aufkl.Gr.25 Serial: 50+G10 Two red fuselage bands painted on the fuselage identified German aircraft used in the Anschluss (Annexation) of Austria on 13 March 1938..
Profile Artist: unknown Source: A Squadron/Signal Publications, Inc

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3mg7es VII.Fliegerkorps V1+LB Eastern Front 1943-1944

Profile 0A: Ju.52/3mg7es Unit: VII.Fliegerkorps Serial: V1+LB The Corps operated on the Eastern Front during the winter of 1943-1944.
Profile Artist: unknown Source: A Squadron/Signal Publications, Inc

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3m9e KGzbV 700 7V+NK Eastern Front winter 1943-1944

Profile 0A: Ju.52/3m9e Unit: KGzbV 700 Serial: 7V+NK (9) Transport aircraft equipped with ski operating at the Russia, Eastern Front during the winter 1942-1943 (December 1942). Note: temporary winter panting scheme.
Profile Artist: © Zbynek Valka Source: "Junkers Ju.52/3m" Bilek Modelarum No.3; (c) Bilek, Konevova 223, 130 00 Praha 3 Czech Republic

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 3mg14e RHAF 102/1 S.2+24 Hungary 1944 0A

Profile 0A: A Hungarian built Junkers Ju 52 3mg14e Royal Hungarian Air Force 102/1 coded S.2+24 Hungary 1944

Artwork Junkers Ju 52 Endrez Gyorgy RHAF Magyar Legiforgalmi R.T. HA-JUF Hungary 1941 0A

Profile 0A: Ju.52/3m 'Endrez Gyorgy' Unit: Magyar Legiforgalmi R.T. Serial: HA-JUF Transport Ju.52/3m of Malert airline. It was used in 1941-1942 at Eastern Front. In 1943 it joined to air force as U-865 and camouflaged.
Profile Artist: © N.A.Uzbekov Source: 'Aviation and Times' 1995, No.6

Junkers Ju-52 3mg3e KG152 27+E13 with 27+B23 27+D13 and 27+E13 Germany 1935

Photo 01: Formation photo showing Junkers Ju-52 3mg3e from the KG152 'Hindenburg' gruppe 27+E13 with 27+B23 27+D13 and 27+E13 Germany 1935. Ju-52/3mg3e of KG152 with painting of 1935-1938 epoch (shortly after suppression of black bands at the wings). The figure 2 indicates air base pertinence, Berlin, the 7 is Geschwader number, the B indicates the proper airplane, the 2 is Groupe Nr. and 3 Staffel Nr. Take note of ventral turret in contracted position.

Artwork Junkers Ju 52/3m Stab III./KGrzbV 106 (9P+DD) Finland Sep 1941 0A

Profile Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 1 Transport Units 1939-43 page 039

Artwork Junkers Ju 52/3mg4e II./Fliegerkorps C3+KH operating between Italy and Tunisia Nov 1942 0A

Profile Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 1 Transport Units 1939-43 page 096

Artwork Junkers Ju 52/3m 1./KGrzbV 172 (4V+AT) captured Tunisia 1943 0A

Profile Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 2 Transport Units 1943-45 page 109

Artwork Junkers Ju 52/3m 2./KGrzbV 800 (8T+BK) captured El Aouina Tunisia 1943 0A

Profile Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 2 Transport Units 1943-45 page 111

Artwork Junkers Ju 52/3m 6./TG3 (4V+BP) Operation Stosser Asselborn Luxembourg Dec 1944 0A

Profile Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 2 Transport Units 1943-45 page 161

Artwork Junkers Ju 52/3m 11./TG3 (4V+MV) Herzogenaurach Bavaria Germany May 1945 0A

Profile Source 0A: uftwaffe Vol 2 Transport Units 1943-45 page 187

Unternehmen Merkur Operation Mercuruy - invasion of Crete mixed photograph's

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju-52.3m KGzbV2 during the invasion of Crete 1941 01

Photo 01: Paratroops boarding a Ju52/3m of KGzbV2 for the invasion of Crete. Although the Ju52/3m could normally carry about 19 men, thee average load for one of these aircraft flying to crete was reduced to 12 so that more equipment could also be transported.

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju-52.3m KGzbV2 during the invasion of Crete 1941 02

Photo 02: A Ju52/3m transport starting amid clouds of dust and sand which particularly affected the airfields around Athens before 'Merkur' an airfield inspection officer decided the grassed landing grounds were too uneven for transport operations and had them ploughed up to make them level! In hot, dry weather, this resulted in the slipstreams from dozens of aircraft raising hugh clouds of dust. This Ju52/3m was photographed as it began its take-off run from Topolia in Greece for a mission to Crete. During the first day of 'Merkur, the dust on overcrowded airfields lingered in the air for so long that it prevented following aircraft from taking off. Even fire engines spraying the ground with water did not subdue the dust and further problems were caused by shot-up aircraft crashing and blocking the runways. returning Ju52/3m which were supposed to rapidly reload and be ready for another mission were therefore delayed, refueling also took longer tahn had been estimated. the effect of this chaos was that the planned operational timetable for the second wave of troops landing on Crete was seriously disrupted, with near disastrous results.

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju-52.3m towing DFS-230 during the invasion of Crete 1941 01

Photo 01-02: The first German troops to land on Crete arrived by glider 15 minutes ahead of the parachute force. These photograph show Ju 52/3ms towing DFS 230 gliders off from Eleusis a view from a DFS230 with the Ju-52/3m towplane in the foreground and the island of Crete in the distance, and gliders landing on Crete.

Unternehmen Merkur DFS-230 gliders during the invasion of Crete 1941 01

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju-52.3m shot down during the invasion of Crete 1941 04-05

Photo 04-05: A Ju-52/3m falling in flames after being hit by anti-aircraft fire over Crete. Moments later, the aircraft crashed into Suda Bay.

Unternehmen Merkur German paratroopers dropped during the invasion of Crete 1941 06

Photo 06: Fallschirmjager of the first wave soon after landing near Maleme airfield during the Crete operation. Unlike the British who used an X-type parachute, the Fallschirmjager had no control over his parachute while in flight and, 011 landing, was thrown forward onto his hands and knees. Because of this and the consequent injury to wrists and knees, there was a high casualty rate on landing amongst German paratroops. On Crete, paratroop losses were high from the start; many died while still in the air or were injured on landing in unsuitable terrain, while any survivors were frequently pinned down or killed by Allied defensive fire. Of more than 6,500 troops killed during the ten-day campaign, 5,140 were from the parachute force alone. Never again would such a large-scale parachute operation be attempted.

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju-52.3m wrecked on Maleme AF Crete 1941 01-03

Photo 01-03: Wrecked Ju-52/3ms on Maleme airfield in Crete, evidence of the determination of XI. Fliegerkorps to secure the airfield, regardless of losses. The losses in transport aircraft during campaign were especially serious as the invasion of Russia was due commence within a month. The difficulties of transporting material over the long distances in Russia were already realised, and the transport forces were faced with the urgent task of re-equipping, in the space of ten days, six of the transport Gruppen which had taken part in the battle for Crete. Many units were also withdrawn and the Mediterranean theatre was therefore left very short of air transport at a time when it was need it greatly. From this time forwards there was never an supply of transport aircraft or crews for both fronts and, generally, Mediterranean forces suffered from the greater urgency of supplies for Russia.

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju-52.3m KGrzbV 106 on Maleme AF Crete 1941 01

Photo 01: Ju 52/3m transport aircraft of KGrzbV 106 photographed on Crete in early June. The leaping stag emblem was used by this Gruppe only during the Balkans and Crete campaigns in 1941. KGrzbV 106 was one of the units which dropped paratroops during the assault on Crete and remained in the area until about 10 June when it was recalled to Germany to prepare urgently for the forthcoming invasion of Russia.

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju-52.3m over Greece 1941 01

Photo 01: Photographed a few days after the main assault, this Ju-52/3m over Greece is believed to be flying mountain troops to Crete. As with all German aircraft types serving in the. Balkans, large areas of the aircraft have been painted yellow, but thisl11achine is unusual in that the yellow nose cowling has been enhanced by a yellow band around the forward fuselage.

Unternehmen Merkur Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e ferrying in supplies prior to operation Mercury 1941 01

Photo 01: Nice color photo taken during the Unternehmen Merkur build up showing a Junkers Ju 52 3mg4e ferrying in supplies prior to operation Mercury 1941

North Africa mixed photograph's

Junkers Ju 52 II./Fliegerkorps C3+OH lies abandoned Gabes airfield Tunisia March 1943

Photo 01: A convoy of RAF vehicles passing a crashed Junkers Ju 52 transport aircraft which was destroyed on the Gabes airfield when it was captured at the end of March 1943

Junkers Ju 52/3m 6./KGrzbV 102 (G6+AP) being refuelled in Sicily 1941-42

Photograph Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 1 Transport Units 1939-43 page 088

Junkers Ju 52s ferrying supplies over the Mediterranean to North Africa 1942 01-04

Photograph Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 1 Transport Units 1939-43 page 080-81

Junkers Ju 52s at Cosiso Sicily getting ready to ferrying supplies to North Africa 1942 01

Photograph Source 0A: Luftwaffe Vol 1 Transport Units 1939-43 page 089

Eastern Front mixed photograph's

Demyansk airlift series of photo's the supply operation to the encircled German troops at Demyansk was commanded from 19 February to 19 May 1942 by Oberst Fritz Morzig, Officer Commanding Air Transport.

Demyansk airlift Junkers Ju 52/3m Stab I./KgrzbV 172 ferrying supplies Feb 1942

Junkers Ju-52 during the Demyansk airlift Feb 1942 01

Photo 01: For Luftwaffe air transport operations, units were assembled as required using aircraft drawn from the flying schools, and in this photograph, weapons and ammunition are seen being unloaded from a Ju-52/3m belonging to Flugzeugführerschule (C) 16. During the early phase of the Demyansk airlift, temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees C caused initial technical difficulties, but throughout the period of operations it was possible to maintain readiness at between 50 and 80 per cent. One advantage of the extreme cold was that firm runways of frozen, hard-packed snow were available whereas, in later phases of the operation, mud became a severe problem and upset carefully devised timetables for aircraft landing and taking off.

Junkers Ju-52 during the Demyansk airlift Feb 1942 02-03

Photo 01: A total of 32,427 missions was flown by the transport units into Demyansk, during which 64,844 tons of material, equipment, ammunition, weapons, spare parts, fuel, clothing, foodstuffs, medical supplies, mail and miscellaneous supplies were airlifted in Kholm was at first supplied by Ju-32/3ms which landed under fire to unload, but when Soviet artillery fire increased, supply operations were taken over by the He 111s of KG4 which air-dropped their cargoes. Freight gliders were also employed at Kholm.

Junkers Ju-52 during the Demyansk airlift Feb 1942 04

Photo 01: Many Ju-52/3ms were employed on ambulance duties in order to ferry out wounded soldiers from Soviet encirclement. Here, wounded flown from the pocket are being unloaded onto a horse-drawn sledge.

Junkers Ju 52 KJ+MS WNr 3095 forced landed at Stalingrad and was captured by Soviet troops 01

Photo 01-02: German transport plane Ju 52 made ​​an emergency landing at Stalingrad and was captured by Soviet troops

Junkers Ju 52 air ambulance Sktz NO+HJ WNr 2999 ferrying wounded solders Eastern Front 01

Photo 01-02: Junkers Ju 52 air ambulance Sktz NO+HJ WNr 2999 ferrying wounded solders Eastern Front

Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 3mg3e transport in winter camouflage at a dispersal area Eastern Front 01

Photo 01-02: A beautiful wartime color photo showing a Luftwaffe Junkers Ju 52 3mg3e transport in winter camouflage at a dispersal area Eastern Front

Junkers Ju 52/3ms Transport Staffel/Fliegerfuhrer Nord (P4+FH) fitted with skies 1942


Junkers Ju 52 Trimotor transport aircraft

  • Role: Transport aircraft
  • Manufacturer: Junkers
  • Designer: Ernst Zindel
  • First flight: 13 October 1930 (Ju 52/1m); 7 March 1932 (Ju 52/3m)
  • Primary user: Luftwaffe
  • Produced: 1931–1945 (Germany), 1945–1947 (France), 1945–1952 (Spain)
  • Number built: 4,845

The Junkers Ju 52 (nicknamed Tante Ju ('Auntie Ju') and Iron Annie) was a German trimotor transport aircraft manufactured from 1932 to 1945. It saw both civilian and military service during the 1930s and 1940s. In a civilian role, it flew with over 12 air carriers including Swissair and Deutsche Luft Hansa as an airliner and freight hauler. In a military role, it flew with the Luftwaffe as a troop and cargo transport and briefly as a medium bomber. The Ju 52 continued in postwar service with military and civilian air fleets well into the 1980s.

Design and development

The Ju 52 was similar to the company's previous Junkers W33, although larger. In 1930, Ernst Zindel and his team designed the Ju 52 at the Junkers works at Dessau. The aircraft's unusual corrugated duralumin metal skin, pioneered by Junkers during World War I, strengthened the whole structure.

The Ju 52 had a low cantilever wing, the midsection of which was built into the fuselage, forming its underside.[1] It was formed around four pairs of circular cross section duralumin spars with a corrugated surface that provided torsional stiffening. A narrow control surface, with its outer section functioning as the aileron, and the inner section functioning as a flap, ran along the whole trailing edge of each wing panel, well separated from it. The inner flap section lowered the stalling speed and the arrangement became known as the Doppelflügel, or 'double wing'.[2]

The outer sections of this operated differentially as ailerons, projecting slightly beyond the wing tips with control horns. The strutted horizontal stabilizer carried horn-balanced elevators which again projected and showed a significant gap between them and the stabilizer, which was adjustable in-flight. All stabilizer surfaces were corrugated.

The fuselage was of rectangular section with a domed decking, all covered with corrugated light alloy. There was a port side passenger door just aft of the wings, with windows stretching forward to the pilots' cabin. The main undercarriage was fixed and divided; some aircraft had wheel fairings, others not. There was a fixed tail skid, or later tail wheel. Some aircraft were fitted with floats or skis instead of the main wheels.

In its original configuration, designated the Ju 52/1m, the Ju 52 was a single-engined aircraft, powered by either a BMW or Junkers liquid-cooled engine. However, the single-engine model was underpowered, and after seven prototypes had been completed, all subsequent Ju 52s were built with three radial engines as the Ju 52/3m (drei motoren - 'three engines'). Originally powered by three Pratt & Whitney Hornet radial engines, later production models mainly received 574 kW (770 hp) BMW 132 engines, a licence-built refinement of the Pratt & Whitney design. Export models were also built with 447 kW (600 hp) Pratt & Whitney Wasp R-1340 and 578 kW (775 hp) Bristol Pegasus VI engines. The two wing-mounted radial engines of the Ju 52/3m had full-chord cowlings and were noticeably toed-out, from being mounted at an almost perpendicular angle to the wing's tapered leading edge. The central engine had a half-chord cowling like a Townend ring as the fuselage behind it was increasing in diameter, though some later aircraft had deeper cowlings. Production Ju 52/3m aircraft flown by Luft Hansa before World War II, as well as Luftwaffe-flown Ju 52s flown during the war, usually used an air start system to turn over their trio of radial engines, using a common compressed air supply that also operated the main wheels' brakes.

Operational history

Pre-war civil use

In 1932, James A. Richardson's Canadian Airways received (Werknummer 4006) CF-ARM, the sixth ever-built Ju 52/1m. The aircraft, was first re-engined with a Armstrong Siddeley Leopard radial engine and then later with a Rolls-Royce Buzzard and nicknamed the 'Flying Boxcar' in Canada,[3][4] could lift approximately three tons and had a maximum weight of 7 tonnes (8 tons). It was used to supply mining and other operations in remote areas with equipment too big and heavy for other aircraft then in use. The Ju 52/1m was able to land on wheels, skis or floats.[5]

The Colombian Air Force used three Ju-52/3mde bomber equipped as floatplanes during the Colombia-Peru War in 1932–33. After the war, the air force acquired three other Ju-52mge as transports; the type remained in service until after World War II.

Before the nationalisation of the German aircraft industry in 1935, the Ju 52/3m was produced principally as a 17-seat airliner. It was principally used by Luft Hansa and could fly from Berlin to Rome in eight hours. The fleet of Luft Hansa eventually numbered 80 and flew from Germany on routes in Europe, Asia and South America

Military use 1935-45

In 1934, Junkers received orders to produce a bomber version of the Ju 52/3m to serve as interim equipment for the bomber units of the still secret Luftwaffe until it could be replaced by the purpose designed Dornier Do 11.[6] Two bomb-bays were fitted, capable of holding up to 1,500 kg (3,300 ) of bombs, while defensive armament consisted of two 7.92mm MG 15 machine guns, one in an open dorsal position, and one in a retractable 'dustbin' ventral position, which could be manually winched down from the fuselage to protect the aircraft from attacks from below. The bomber could be easily converted to serve in the transport role.[7] The Dornier Do 11 was a failure, however, and the Junkers ended up being acquired in much larger numbers than at first expected, with the type being the Luftwaffe's main bomber until more modern aircraft such as the Heinkel He 111, Junkers Ju 86 and Dornier Do 17 entered into service.[8][9] The Ju 52 first saw military service in the Spanish Civil War against the Spanish Republic. It was one of the first aircraft delivered to the fraction of the army in revolt in July 1936 as both a bomber and transport. In the former role, it participated in the bombing of Guernica. No more of the bomber variant were built after this war, though it was again used as a bomber during the bombing of Warsaw[10] during the Invasion of Poland of September 1939. The Luftwaffe then relied on the Ju 52 for transport roles during World War II, including paratroop drops.

Dramatic losses in the Netherlands

The first major operation for this aircraft in Western-Europe was in the attack on the Netherlands on May 10, 1940, where the Ju 52s were deployed in the first large-scale air attack with paratroops in history during the Battle for The Hague. No less than 280 Ju 52s were lost in that venture and in other places in the country, due to varying circumstances, among which staunch Dutch anti-aircraft gunning and German mistakes in using soggy airfields not able to support the heavy craft.[11] Thus, almost an entire year's production was lost in the Netherlands.

The Ju 52 were also used in the Battle of Crete in May 1941. Lightly armed, and with a top speed of only 265 km/h (165 mph) – half that of a contemporary Spitfire – the Ju 52 was very vulnerable to fighter attack and an escort was always necessary when flying in a combat zone. Many Ju 52s were shot down by anti-aircraft guns and fighters while transporting supplies, most notably during the desperate attempt to resupply the trapped German Sixth Army during the final stages of the Battle of Stalingrad in the winter of 1942-1943.

During the final phase of the North African Campaign, 24 Ju 52s were shot down in the infamous 'Palm Sunday Massacre' on 18 April 1943, another 35 staggered back to Sicily and crash-landed. The transports' escort, Jagdgeschwader 27, claimed just one enemy fighter.[12]

The seaplane version, equipped with two large floats, served during the Norwegian Campaign in 1940, and later in the Mediterranean theatre. Some Ju 52s, both floatplanes and landplanes, were also used as minesweepers, known as Minensuch aircraft in German, fitted with a 14 m diameter current-carrying ring under the airframe to create a magnetic field which triggered the mines.[13]

Hitler's personal transport

Hitler used a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52 for campaigning the 1932 German election, preferring flying to transport via train. After he became German Chancellor in 1933, Hans Baur became his personal pilot, and Hitler was provided with a personal Ju 52. Named Immelmann II after the World War I ace Max Immelmann, it carried the designation D-2600.[14]As his power and importance grew, Hitler's personal air force grew to nearly 50 aircraft, based at Berlin Tempelhof Airport and made up of mainly Ju 52s, which also flew other members of his cabinet and war staff. In September 1939 at Baur's suggestion, his personal Ju 52 Immelman II was replaced by the four-engine Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor, although Immelman II remained his back-up aircraft for the rest of World War II.

Postwar use

Various Junkers Ju 52s continued in military and civilian use following World War II. In 1956, the Portuguese Air Force, who was already using the Ju 52s as a transport plane, employed the type as a paratroop drop aircraft for its newly organized elite parachute forces, later known as the Batalhão de Caçadores Páraquedistas. The paratroopers used the Ju 52 in several combat operations in Angola and other Portuguese African colonies before gradually phasing it out of service in the 1960s.[15]

The Swiss Air Force also operated the Ju 52 from 1939 to 1982 when three aircraft remained in operation, probably the last and longest service in any air force.[16] They are still in flying condition and together with a CASA 352 can be booked for sightseeing tours with Ju-Air.[17] During the 1950s the Ju 52 was also used by the French Air Force during the Indo-China War as a bomber. The usage of these Junkers was quite limited.[18]

The Spanish Air Force operated the Ju 52, nicknamed Pava, until well into the 1970s. Escuadrón 721 flying the Spanish-built versions, was employed in training parachutists from Alcantarilla Air Base near Murcia.[19] Some military Ju 52s were converted to civilian use. For example, British European Airways operated eleven ex-Luftwaffe Ju 52/3mg8e machines, taken over by the RAF, between 1946 and retirement in 1947 on intra-U.K. routes before Dakotas took over.[2] French airlines such as Societe de Transports Aeriens (STA) and Air France flew Toucans in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

A Ju 52 and a Douglas DC-3 were the last aircraft to take off from Tempelhof Airport before all operations ceased there on October 30, 2008.[20]

Other versions

Most Ju 52s were destroyed after the war, but 585 were manufactured after 1945. In France, the machine had been manufactured during the war by the Junkers-controlled Avions Amiot company, and production continued afterwards as the Amiot AAC 1 Toucan. In Spain, Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA continued production as the CASA 352 and 352L. Four CASA 352s are airworthy and in regular use today.

Variants

    Ju 52: Single-engine transport aircraft, seven built. First flight: 3 September 1930[21]
    Ju 52/3m: Three-engine prototype, powered by three 410 kW (550 hp) Pratt & Whitney Hornet engines. First flight: 7 March 1932
    Ju 52/3mce: Three-engine civil transport aircraft.
    Ju 52/3mge: Interim bomber and transport aircraft for the Luftwaffe.
    Ju 52/3mg3e: Improved military version, powered by three 541 kW (725 hp) BMW 123-A3 radial engines, equipped with improved radio and bomb release mechanism.
    Ju 52/3mg4e: Military version. The tailskid was replaced by a tailwheel.
    Ju 52/3mg5e: Military version, powered by three 619 kW (830 hp) BMW 123T radials. It could be fitted with interchangeable float, ski and wheel landing gear.
    Ju 52/3mg6e: Equipped with a simplified radio.
    Ju 52/3mg7e: Fitted with autopilot and a large loading hatch.
    Ju 52/3mg8e: Fitted with an extra cabin roof hatch.
    Ju 52/3mg9e: Late production version, fitted with strengthened landing gear and glider towing gear.
    Ju 52/3mg10e: Similar to the Ju 52/3mg9e, but it could be fitted with floats or wheels.
    Ju 52/3mg11e: No details are known.
    Ju 52/3mg12e: Powered by three BMW 123L radials.
    Ju 52/3m12e: Some Ju 52/3mg12s were sent to Luft Hansa.
    Ju 52/3mg13e: No details are known.
    Ju 52/3mg14e: this was the last German production version.
    A.A.C. 1 Toucan: Post-war French version, 415 built.[22]
    CASA 352: Post-war Spanish version, 106 built.[22]
    CASA 352L: Spanish version with Spanish ENMA (ex-Elizalde) Beta B-4 engines, 64 built.[22]
    C-79: Designation assigned to a single example operated by the United States Army Air Forces.[23]
    T2B:Designation used by the Spanish Air Force.

Military and Civilian Operators by country

    Argentina
    Austria
    Belgium
    Bolivia
    Brazil
    Bulgaria
    Canada
    Chile
    China
    Colombia
    Croatia
    Czechoslovakia
    Denmark
    Ecuador
    Estonia
    Finland
    France
    Germany
    Germany
    Greece
    Hungary
    Italy
    Lebanon
    Norway
    Peru
    Poland
    Portugal
    Romania
    South
    Africa
    Slovakia
    Soviet
    Union
    Spanish
    State
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    United
    Kingdom
    United
    States
    Uruguay
    Yugoslavia

Incidents and accidents

  • On January 31, 1935, a Deruluft Ju 52/3mge, registration D-AREN, crashed into a hill at Stettin, Germany (now Szczecin, Poland) in rain and fog, killing all 11 on board.
  • On January 17, 1936, a Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB) Ju 52/3mce named Chorolque crashed into the Tapacarí swamps NE of Cochabamba, Bolivia, killing all 13 on board.
  • On June 16, 1936, a Norwegian Air Lines (DNL) Ju 52/3mW named Havørn crashed into Mount Lihesten in fog, killing all seven on board.
  • On November 1, 1936, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3mge, registration D-APOO and named Heinrich Kroll, crashed into mountains near Tabarz en route to Erfurt, killing 11 of 15 on board.
  • On November 17, 1936, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3mge, registration D-ASUI and named Hans Berr, crashed in the Moritzberg due to pilot disorientation, killing four of 16 on board.
  • On June 16, 1937, a South African Airways (SAA) Ju 52/3msa1, registration ZS-AKY and named Earl of Caledon, crashed on takeoff from Rand Airport due to loss of power in two engines, killing one.
  • On November 16, 1937, a Sabena Ju 52/3m crashed at Ostend, Belgium after striking a factory chimney, killing all 12 on board.
  • On November 26, 1937, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3mfe, registration D-AGAV and named Emil Schäfer, crashed into a hangar in fog on takeoff from Croydon Airport, killing all three on board.
  • On December 4, 1937, a Ala Littoria Ju 52/3mlu, registration I-BAUS, struck a mountain and crashed near Bayerisch Eisenstein, killing four of 17 on board.
  • On December 15, 1937, an LAB Ju 52/3mce, registration CB-18 and named Huanani, disappeared between Roboré and Sarta Cruz on a cargo flight; the wreckage was found in the 1940s, but the crew was never found.
  • On February 22, 1938, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3mge, registration D-APAR and named Otto Parschau, crashed near Pontoise, France in fog, killing all three on board.
  • On May 22, 1938, a Syndicato Condor Ju 52/3mge, registration PP-CBC and named Guaracy, crashed into water off Santos Airport, killing six of 17 on board; Brazilian Minister of Justice Mauricio Cardoso was among the dead.
  • On August 15, 1938, a Syndicato Condor Ju 52/3mfe, registration PP-CAT and named Anhanga, crashed on takeoff into Guanabara Bay, killing all nine on board.
  • On October 1, 1938, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3mte, registration D-AVFB, crashed on Piz Cengalo mountain near Graubünden, Switzerland, killing all 13 on board; a postal bag from the aircraft was found in 1952.
  • On January 13, 1939, a Syndicato Condor Ju 52/3mge, registration PP-CAY and named Marimba, struck a mountain near Rio Bonito, Brazil, killing all ten on board.
  • On March 14, 1939, a Sabena Ju 52/3mge, registration OO-AUA, crashed into a field at Haren, Belgium, killing all three on board.
  • On August 4, 1939, a Deutsche Luft Hansa, registration D-AUJG and named Hans Wende, crashed in mountains near Tivissa, Spain, killing all seven on board.
  • On December 18, 1939, an Iberia Ju 52/3m, registration M-CABA and named Sanjurjo, was shot down by British anti-aircraft fire and crashed off Europa Point, all ten on board died.
  • On March 1, 1941, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3mte, registration D-AQAB, crashed on landing in Hommelvik Bay off Trondheim and sunk, killing three of 12 on board.
  • On February 28, 1942, a Varig Ju 52/3mge, registration PP-VAL and named Maua, crashed on takeoff from Porto Alegra Airport into the River Guaíba, killing six on 21 on board.
  • On February 28, 1944, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3m, registration D-AWAS and named Joachim Blankenburg, disappeared off Greece with 16 on board; the wreckage was never found.
  • On April 17, 1944, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3m, registration D-AOCA, was shot down over Belgrade, killing three of five on board.
  • On September 2, 1944, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3m, registration D-AUAW and named Gerhard Amann, was short down over Ivanca, Croatia, killing all five on board.
  • On October 16, 1944, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3m, registration D-ADQU, crashed in the Lifjeld Mountains in poor weather, killing all 15 on board.
  • On October 16, 1944, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3mg8e, registration D-ADQV and named Hermann Stache, crashed into a mountain at Hestnutan, Norway due to radio failure, killing all 15 on board. The aircraft was operating an international scheduled Berlin-Copenhagen-Oslo service as Flight 7.
  • On October 17, 1944, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3m, registration D-ASHE and named Friedrich Dahmen, was attacked by RAF aircraft and force-landed at Komitat Komorn, Hungary, killing one of nine on board.
  • On April 20, 1945, a Deutsche Luft Hansa Ju 52/3m, registration D-ANAJ, was shot down by Soviet Air Force aircraft and crashed at Glienig, Germany while operating a Berlin-Munich-Prague evacuation service, killing 18 of 20 on board.
  • On March 5, 1946, a CSA Ju 52/3m, registration OK-ZDN, crashed after repeated landing attempts at Prague, killing ten of 15 on board.
  • On May 22, 1946, a DNL Ju 52/3m2e, registration LN-LAB, crashed after takeoff from Oslo after the aircraft stalled due to engine failure, killing 12 of 13 on board.

Survivors

Airworthy aircraft

As of 2008, eight Ju 52 remain in operation, four of which operate pleasure flights from Dübendorf airport.

Aircraft On Display

Germany

  • Junkers Ju 52/3m (Amiot AAC-1 Toucan) is on display at the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Munich. Ex FAF 363
  • Junkers Ju 52/3m (CASA 352L, c/n 016) is on display at the at the Flugausstellung Leo Junior at Hermeskeil, Germany.[24]
  • Junkers Ju 52/3m (D-AZAW) is on display at the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin[25]
  • Junkers Ju 52/3m is on display at the Technikmuseum 'Hugo Junkers' in Dessau, which is situated in that place, where Junkers airplanes have been produced at the Junkers factory until 1945.[26]
  • Junkers Ju-52/3mg4e (Werksnummer:6693) is on display at 'Ju 52-Hangar' of Traditionsgemeinschaft Lufttransport Wunstorf e. V.(Air Transport Community of Tradition) near Wunstorf/Germany.[27]

United States

  • Junkers Ju 52/3m (CASA 352L) is on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center of the National Air and Space Museum in Chantilly, Virginia.
  • Junkers Ju 52 (CASA 352L) is at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. The aircraft was donated to the museum by the Spanish government in 1971. After being on display outside for 40 years the aircraft has been placed in indefinite storage to protect it from further deterioration.
  • Junkers Ju 52 (CASA 352L) (N352JU) is on display at the Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Norway

  • Junkers Ju-52/3m (LN-DNL) is on display at the Norwegian National Museum of Aviation, Bodø, Norway[28]
  • Junkers Ju-52/3m-g4e ( CA+JY ) is on display at the Norwegian Armed Forces Aircraft Collection at Gardermoen near Oslo, Norway[29]

Portugal

  • Junkers Ju.52/3mge is on display at the Museu do Ar in Sintra, Portugal

France

  • An Amiot AAC-1 Toucan was acquired in 2011 by the Association des Mécanicians-Pilotes d'Aéronefs Anciens', Brétigny-sur-Orge, Essonne, France. Formerly with the Portuguese Air Force as 6311, it had been stored for over 40 years at the Portuguese Air Force Museum, Alverca do Ribatejo.[30]

Serbia

  • Junkers Ju-52/3m (Amiot AAC.1 Toucan) 7208 ex F-BBYB is on display at the Belgrade Aeronautical Museum

Belgium

  • Junkers JU-52 is on display at the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History in Brussels

United Kingdom

  • Junkers Ju 52/3m (CASA 352L) is on display at the Royal Air Force Museum in Cosford.[31]

Argentina

  • Junkers Ju 52 3 m WN 4043 is on display at the Museo Nacional de Aeronáutica ( National Air Museum) Morón-Argentina

Colombia

  • Junkers Ju.52/3mge (Werksnummer:5023 AMC-625) is display at the MAECO Museum of Colombian Air Force in El Dorado Airport, Bogotá Colombia

Specifications (Junkers Ju 52/1m ce)

Data from Wolfgang Wagner[32]

General characteristics

  • Crew: 2
  • Capacity: 1,820 kg (4,000 lb) of freight
  • Length: 18.50 m (60 ft 8 in)
  • Wingspan: 29.50 m (96 ft 9 in)
  • Height: 4.65 m (15 ft 3 in)
  • Wing area: 116 m² ()
  • Empty weight: 4,000 kg (8,830 lb)
  • Max. takeoff weight: 7,000 kg (15,450 lb)
  • Powerplant: 1 × BMW VIIaU V-12 piston engine, 507 kW (680 hp)690 PS[33]

Performance

  • Maximum speed: 195 km/h (121 mph) at sea level
  • Cruise speed: 160 km/h (100 mph)
  • Range: 1,000 km (620 mi)
  • Service ceiling: 3,400 m (11,150 ft)
  • Rate of climb: 2.30 m/s at sea level (450 ft/min) 8.6 min to 1,000 m (3,300 ft); 20.5 min to 2,000 m (6,600 ft)
  • Wing loading: 60.34 kg/m² ()
  • Power/mass: 13.8 kg/kW (10.14 kg/PS)

Specifications (Junkers Ju 52/3m ce)

Data from Wolfgang Wagner 'Hugo Junkers Pionier der Luftfahrt - Seine Flugzeuge' Bernard & Graefe Verlag, Bonn 1996 ISBN 3-7637-6112-8 (in German) p. 358

General characteristics

  • Crew: 2
  • Capacity: 17 passengers
  • Length: 18.90 m ()
  • Wingspan: 29.25 m ()
  • Height: 6.10 m ()
  • Wing area: 110.5 m² ()
  • Empty weight: 5,970 kg (13,180 lb)
  • Max. takeoff weight: 9,210 kg (20,330 lb)
  • Powerplant: 3 × BMW Hornet A2, 386 kW (525 PS) each

Performance

  • Maximum speed: 271 km/h (168 mph) at 900 m
  • Cruise speed: 222 km/h (138 mph)
  • Range: 950 km (590 mi)
  • Service ceiling: 5,200 m (17,050 ft)
  • Rate of climb: 3.90 m/s ()
  • Wing loading: 83.35 kg/m² ()
  • Power/mass: 7.95 kg/kW (5.85 kg/PS)

Specifications (Junkers Ju 52/3m g7e)

CASA 352-L Data from Jane's Fighting Aircraft of World War II[34]

General characteristics

  • Crew: 3 (two pilots, radio operator)
  • Capacity: 18 troops or 12 litter patients
  • Length: 18.90 m (62 ft 0 in)
  • Wingspan: 29.25 m (95 ft 10 in)
  • Height: 4.5 m (14 ft 10 in)
  • Wing area: 110.5 m² (1,190 ft²)
  • Empty weight: 6,510 kg (14,325 lb)
  • Loaded weight: 9,200 kg (20,270 lb)
  • Max. takeoff weight: 10,990 kg (24,200 lb)
  • Powerplant: 3 × BMW 132T radial engines, 533 kW (715 hp) each[33]

Performance

  • Maximum speed: 265 km/h (165 mph) at sea level
  • Cruise speed: 211 km/h (132 mph)
  • Range: 870 km (540 mi)
  • Service ceiling: 5,490 m (18,000 ft)
  • Rate of climb: 17 minutes to 3,050 m (10,000 ft)

Armament

  • Guns: * 1 × 13 mm (.51 in) MG 131 machine gun in a dorsal position, 2 × 7.92 mm (.312 in) MG 15 machine guns
  • Bombs: up to 500 kilograms (1,100 lb) of bombs (some variants)

Junkers Production Lists

Junkers Ju52

Ju52 ATG lines 1xxx and 2xxx/3xxx Ju52 Junkers lines 4xxx to 7xxxx Ju52 batches 130xxx and 180xxx Ju52 ATG lines 500xxx to 501xxx Ju52 Amiot lines 521xxx and 640xxx to 641xxx PIRT built Ju52s in Hungary Amiot AAC.1 Casa 352 Junkers Ju 252 / Ju352 Junkers Production List Overview.

Junkers Ju52 Production List

One of the first Ju 52 Production Lists was published by Heinz J. Nowarra in his book 'Ju 52 - Aircraft and Legende' in 1988. This list seems to be the basic plattform for a lot of dedicated Ju52 information. Even if Nowarra's informations are sometimes not absolute accurate we decided to add his informations in the Ju 52 Production List

Junkers Ju52 Production Rates:

Facility
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1945 and later
Total
Remarks
ATG
0
0
0
0
72
50
0
0
120
201
204
258
101
0
0
1006
c/n 2801-3462 / 500000-501000
Junkers
1
17
175
347
221
210
300
578
303
301
329
318
81
0
0
3181
c/n 4001-4199 5000-7800
Amiot
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
40
321
241
0
415
1017
c/n 521xxxx
Casa
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
170
0
170
batches unknownn
Weiss
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
24
0
0
24
batches unknownn
Total
1
17
175
347
293
260
300
578
423
502
573
897
447
0
585
5398
.

ATG batches 1301 to 1372 c/n 1301-1372 are ATG-built Ju52 delivered in 1936 additional 50 serial no.s delivered in 1937

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1301

Lufthansa D-AZIR 1939 'Fritz Erb' DVL D-AZIR 1939 'Fritz Erb' (source: SE) Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed 1942 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1302 to ATG-1329

no info 28 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-g4e ATG-1330

Luftwaffe NO+IJ emergency landing in Sweden 24.02.1943 scrapped in 1949

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1331

no info

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1332

Luftwaffe 1Z+FW (Now)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1333

no info

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1334

Luftwaffe BD+BP

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1335 to ATG-1350

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mge ATG-1351

Luftwaffe ??+?? KGV108 emergency landing at Porsangerfjord 31.10.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1352 to ATG-1367

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1368

unknown D-ADUE later Luftwaffe TK+HA

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1369 to ATG-1371

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-1372

Luftwaffe G6+CA ATG batches 2801 to 3462 c/n 2801-3462 are ATG-built Ju52 between 1940-1944

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2801 to ATG-2802

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2803

Luftwaffe TS+PJ also 4V+KR

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2804 to ATG-2809

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2810

Luftwaffe DK+NT also 1Z+FT

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2811 to ATG-2819

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2820

unknown D-AGEQ

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2821

unknown D-AFOX

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2822 to ATG-2825

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2826

Luftwaffe KI+AK

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2827

Luftwaffe ??+?? KGV108 damaged by engine failure at Kobnhavn 16.04.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2828 to ATG-2832

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2833

Luftwaffe D-ATYS ambulance aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2834 to ATG-2838

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2839

Luftwaffe AR+EA also 4V+LT

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2840 to ATG-2851

no info 12 aircraft probably some out of: Luftwaffe AR+EB to AR+EZ or Luftwaffe TM+BA to TM+BX

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2852

Luftwaffe TM+BY

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2853 to ATG-2862

no info 10 aircraft probably Luftwaffe 7U+IA to 7U+IJ of 2/KgR zbV108

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e ATG-2863

Luftwaffe 7U+IK 2/KGr zbV108 crashed into mountain at Fugloy 22.05.42 (SIG) (SIG also reports 22.05.43 as date?)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2864 to ATG-2891

no info 28 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2892

Luftwaffe NI+NF

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2893 to ATG-2942

no info 50 aircraft ATG-2899 KGr zbV108 crashed 27.09.1942 ATG-2925 TGr 20 crashed 25.12.1943 ATG-2931 KGr zbV108 crashed 11.04.1942 at Reval after running out of fuel (SIG) ATG-2938 KGr zbV108 damaged 25.09.1941 at Kiel ATG-2938 Ju52/3mg4e 7U+LK KGr zbV108 crashed into sea at Langfjorden 01.08.42 (SIG) ATG-2940 9P+BB KGrzbV40 crashed 14.05.41 due to engine trouble (SIG) ATG-2899 Ju52/3mg4e ??+?? KGV108 destroyed during air raid at Banak 27.09.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2942

Luftwaffe NN+CA also 1Z+DW

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2943 to ATG-2976

no info 34 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e ATG-2977

Luftwaffe NO+IJ rebuilt from 1330 crashed Sweden 24.02.1943 scrapped in 1949

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2978 to ATG-2981

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2982

Luftwaffe 7U+PK KGr zbV108 NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE taken over in May 1945

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2983 to ATG-2997

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2998

LUFTWAFFE RAF VN742 handed over in May 1945 BRITISH AIRWAYS G-AHOK scrapped at Glasgow 26.01.47

Junker Ju 52 ATG-2999

no info

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3000 to ATG-3025

Luftwaffe BJ+YA to BJ+YZ 26 aircraft BJ+YJ ATG-3009 ambulance aircraft at Stalingrad ATG-3002 San.Flugbereitschaft 8 damaged on landing accident at Bardufoss 12.07.41 (SIG) ATG-3017 later 4V+MP

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3026 to ATG-3051

Luftwaffe BR+AA to BR+AZ 26 aircraft ATG-3035 later 4V+HT

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3052 to ATG-3076

Luftwaffe KF+UA to KF+UZ except KF+UJ 25 aircraft 3068 Ju52/3mg6e Luftwaffe 4V+HS KG30 damaged at Andoya 20.09.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3077 to ATG-3102

no info 26 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3103 to ATG-3128

Luftwaffe KQ+CA to KQ+CZ 26 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3129 to ATG-3138

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3139 to ATG-3164

Luftwaffe BC+RA to BC+RZ 26 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3165 to ATG-3190

Luftwaffe BJ+EA to BJ+EZ 26 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3191 to ATG-3216

Luftwaffe PD+KA to PD+KZ 26 aircraft ATG-3200 later 4V+FS

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3217 to ATG-3242

Luftwaffe PH+OA to PH+OZ 26 aircraft PH+OA ATG-3217 travelling aircraft Chief Lfl. 5 ATG3227 later 4V+GS ATG3233 later 4V+DV

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3243 to ATG-3256

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg8e ATG-3257

Luftwaffe 8A+AK KGr zbV 108 captured at Drontheim in May 1945 repaired at Horten DNL LN-KAI 'Peik' handed over in May 1945 scrapped 1948

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3258 to ATG-3279

no info 22 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3280

Luftwaffe TH+UL also 4V+KV

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3281 to ATG-3287

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3m9e ATG-3288 (td) HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE HA-JEA 09.42 used as ambulance aircraft at 102/1 Squadron destroyed at Csakvar 12.10.44

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3289 to ATG-3291

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52g8e ATG-3292 to ATG-3317

Luftwaffe KI+LA to KI+LZ 26 aircraft ATG-3294 later 4V+AU ATG-3295 later 4V+CC ATG-3301 KI+LJ captured at Gardermoen Norway scrapped in 1945/46 also 4V+JN (Now.) ATG-3317 KI+LZ transfered to RAF VM979 in May 1945 later British Airways G-AHOG scrapped at Warrington 02.48

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3318 to ATG-3343

Luftwaffe PH+PA to PH+PZ 26 aircraft ATG-3324 later 4V+CR

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3344 to ATG-3347

Luftwaffe PK+RA to PK+RD 4 aircraft ATG-3347 later 1Z+ET

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3348 to ATG-3366

no info 19 aircraft probably some out of these: Luftwaffe PK+RE to PK+RZ

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3354

(tj reports: D-2166 and P-BAAE as registers)

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3367

Luftwaffe BG+YQ also 1Z+CW

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3368 to ATG-3400

no info 33 aircraft 3376 to RAF VM928 (Now.) ATG-3376 handed over to RAF VM928 in May 1945

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3401

Luftwaffe 3K+MK mine sweeper aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3402 to ATG-3427

no info 26 aircraft ATG-3412 handed over to RAF VM932 in May 1945

Junker Ju 523/mg6e 3428

built at ATG Leipzig Luftwaffe built in 1943 RAF VM927 captured in 1945 RIJKSLUICHTFAART SCHOOL PH-UBB 'Ome Keesje'

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3429 to ATG-3442

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3443

Luftwaffe 3k+BK mine sweeper aircraft to RAF 28.10.1945

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3444 to ATG-3447

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3448

Luftwaffe 3K+KK mine sweeper aircraft to RAF 09.10.1945

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3449 to ATG-3458

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3459

Luftwaffe PR+YG also 1Z+AV

Junker Ju 52 ATG-3460 to ATG-3462

no info 3 aircraft Junkers batches 4000 to 7800 c/n 4000-7800 are Junkers-built Ju52 no known serials 3462 to 4000 for Ju52

Junker Ju 52-1/mbe 4001

JUNKERSWERKE D-1974 13.10.30 first flight Ju52/1m prototype AIR EXPRESS GMBH (LUFTFRAKO) D-1974 operational trials in June/July 1931 returned to Junkers JUNKERSWERKE D-1974 Sept. 1931 converted to Ju52/1mba with Junkers L88 reconverted in Jan. 1932 JUNKERSWERKE D-1974 converted to Ju52/1mdo with Jumo 4 as testbed LUFTDIENST GMBH D-UZYP delivered in 1937

Junker Ju 52-1/mbi 4002

JUNKERSWERKE D-2133 f/f March 1931 JUNKERSWERKE D-2133 converted to seaplane 1m/ci uly 1931 JUNKERSWERKE D-2133 converted to landplane 1m/di JUNKERSWERKE D-USUS reregistered in 1934

Junker Ju 52-1/mce 4003

Luftwaffe D-USON 1931 used as a target aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4004

DVS D-2317 f/f in September 1932 A.B. FLYGINDUSTRI SE-ADM transfered in Dec. 1932 converted to K45c LUFTDIENST GMBH D-UBES transfered in 1936 used as target aircraft

Junker Ju 52-1/mcai 4005

RDL D-2356 f/f February 1933 crashed during flight tests in May 1934 and burnt

Junker Ju 52-1/mce 4006

JUNKERSWERKE D- built 1931 converted to 1m/cai in July 1931 CANADIAN PACIFIC CF-ARM delivered August/Septemeber 1931 out of service 1947

Junker Ju 52-3/m (started as 1/m) 4007

Luftwaffe D-UHYF 1931 probably later converted to Ju52/3m

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4008

orignial started as Ju52/1m but continued as Ju52/3m JUNKERSWERKE f/f 07.03.32 prototype of the Ju52/3m LAB CB-17 built 1932 'Juan del Valle' crashed Nov. 3rd 1940 remained at its East Bolivia

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4009

orignial started as Ju52/1m but continued as Ju52/3m LAB CB-18 built 1932 'Huanuni' crashed Dec. 15th 1937 later converted to 3mde seaplane standard participated in Gran Chaco War

Junker Ju 52-3/mde 4010

orignial started as Ju52/1m but continued as Ju52/3m COLOMBIAN AIR FORCE 621 built 1932 participated in Gran Chaco War

Junker Ju 52-3/mde 4011

orignial started as Ju52/1m but continued as Ju52/3m COLOMBIAN AIR FORCE 622 built 1932 participated in Gran Chaco War

Junker Ju 52-3/mde 4012

orignial started as Ju52/1m but continued as Ju52/3m JUNKERSWERKE D-9 type certification for seaplane design later transfered to Colombia COLOMBIAN AIR FORCE 623 1932 participated in Gran Chaco War

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4013

Lufthansa D-2201 01.05.32 'Oswald Boelcke' winner of the International Flight Convention 1932 at Zurich midair collision with Udet 12a D-1296 29.07.32 Lufthansa D-2201 01.08.32 'Oswald Boelcke' rebuilt Lufthansa D-ADOM 1934 'Oswald Boelcke' reregistered RLM FLUGBEREITSCHAFT D-ADOM transfered in 1934 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4014

AERO O/Y OH-ALK 'Sampo' 24.06.32 (jw) AERO O/Y OH-LAK 'Sampo' 07.32 (tj) (LL: 01.12.39) crashed into sea at Turku 07.11.41 repaired crashed at Hyvinkaa 31.10.45 due to fog

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4015

Lufthansa D-2202 10.09.32 'Richthofen' Lufthansa D-ADYL 1934 'Richthofen' reregistered RLM FLUGBEREITSCHAFT D-ADYL transfered in 1934 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/mba 4016

FAI CV-FAI 01.04.32 'Romania' VIP-aircraft for president LARES ROMANIA YR-ABF 06.37 (tj) crashed Bazargio-Dobruja 23.05.40 (tj)

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4017

ABA Schweden SE-ADR 26.03.32 'Sodermanland' ABA Schweden SE-ADK 'Sodermanland' SWEDISH AIR FORCE Fv 907 today at LUFTFARTMUSEET Stockholm

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4018

LAB CB- 17.09.32'Chorolque' crashed 17.01.36 nr. Cochabamba 13 dead

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4019

Lufthansa D-2468 1933 'Joachim von Schroder' Lufthansa D-AFIR 1934 ' Joachim von Schröder' reregistered RLM D-AFIR transfered in 1934

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4020

Lufthansa D-2490 1933 'Gustav Doerr' Lufthansa D-AFYS 1934 'Gustav Doerr' reregistered Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed in 1941

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4021

RLM D-2600 1933 'Immelmann' Hitler's travelling aircraft RLM D-AHUT 1934 'H.J. Buddecke' reregistered crashed 1941 (SE also reports aircraft as Lufthansa owned in 1933)

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4022

Lufthansa D-2527 1933 'Manfred von Richthofen' Lufthansa D-AGUK 1934 'Manfred von Richthofen' reregistered RLM FLUGBEREITSCHAFT D-AGUK 'Kurt Wolf' 1935 Goring's travelling aircraft crashed 1942

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4023

Lufthansa D-2526 1933 1934 'Zephyr' Lufthansa D-AGAV 1934 'Emil Schäfer' crashed into hangar at London in fog while on take off 26.11.37

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4024

SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CAT 'Anhanga' delivered 1933 crashed 15.08.38 at Rio de Janeiro (source: SE CL: 1945)

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4025

Lufthansa D-2588 1933 1934 'Rudolf Kleine' Lufthansa D-AHIH 1934 1941 'Rudolf Kleine' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed 1941 (source: SE) SYNDICATO CONDOR ???

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4026

Lufthansa D-2624 1933 1934 'Rudolf Berthold' FLEI-(Flug-Eisenbahn)-Dienst Lufthansa D-AJAN 1934 'Rudolf Berthold' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed 1941 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4027

Lufthansa D-2640 1933 1934 'Werner Voss' Lufthansa D-AZEV 1934 1934 'Werner Voss'

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4028

Lufthansa D-2649 1933 'H. Göring' Lufthansa D-AJUX 1934 'U. Neckel 1935 renamed to 'H. Goring' crashed 19.09.36 at Frankfurt/Main (That aircraft might also be c/n 4050 same history???)

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4029

Lufthansa D-2650 1933 'Fritz Rumey' Lufthansa D-AKEP 1934 'Fritz Rumey' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed 1942

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4030

Lufthansa D-2725 1933 'Paul Bäumer' Lufthansa D-AKOK 1934 'Paul Bäumer' crashed at London 22.11.35 in fog repaired Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed 1942 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4031

unknown D-2759

Junker Ju 52 4032

no info

Junker Ju 52-3mfe 4033

Lufthansa D-3012 delivered June 1933 DVS D-3012 taken over in 1934 converted to 3mf1e DVS D-AFYS reregistered in 1934 Luftwaffe TK+HB

Junker Ju 52 4034

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4035

Lufthansa D-3049 1934 'Heinrich Gontermann' mit Askania-Kurssteuerung Lufthansa D-ALAS 1938 'Heinrich Gontermann' Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4036

Lufthansa D-3050 1934 'Kurt Wintgens' Lufthansa D-ALUN 1934 'Kurt Wintgens' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed 1941

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4037

Lufthansa D-3051 February 1934 'Kurt Wusthoff' Lufthansa D-AMAM 1934 reregistered Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 18.05.-12.12.40 and since 19.02.42 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 4038

Lufthansa SUDAMERIKA D-ARUW 1934 'Caicara' Anden-Service (source: SE) SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CAV 11.09.39 'Caicara'

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4039

Lufthansa D-3123 1934 'Gustav Leffers' Lufthansa D-ANAL 1934 'Gustav Leffers' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1941 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4040

Lufthansa D-3127 1934 'Otto Parschau' Lufthansa D-APAR 1934 'Otto Parschau' reregistered crashed 22.02.1938 at Chanteny/France due to fog

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4041

Lufthansa D-3131 1934 'Werner Voß' Lufthansa D-ARAM 01.03.34 'Werner Voß' reregistered Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4042

Lufthansa D-3136 1934 'Paul Bilik' Lufthansa D-ASEN 1934 'Paul Bilik' reregistered SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CAY 1935 'Marimba' crashed at Rio de Janeiro 13/31.01.39 10 dead (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4043

Lufthansa D-3356 1934 'Kurt Wolff' Lufthansa D-ABIS 1934 'Kurt Wolff' reregistered SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CAX 1934 'Curupira' unknown LV-ZBD (tj: LQ-ZBO) ARGENTINE AIR FORCE T-159 heute im Museu Nacionales de Aeronautica

Junker Ju 52-3mge 4044

Lufthansa D-3382 1934 'Emil Thuy' LufthansaD-ABAN 01.08.34 'Emil Thuy' reregistered EURASIA 01.09.34

Junker Ju 52-3/mho 4045

Lufthansa D-AJYR 1934 'E. Schäfer' crashed 25.04.35 at Hallgarten (source: SE) (other reports say: D-ABYF 'H. Kirschstein'?)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4046

Lufthansa D-ADAL 1934 'Karl Allmenröder' DERULUFT D-ADAL 01.05.34 'Flamingo' Lufthansa D-ADAL 01.01.37 'Flamingo' (name not confirmed) Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4047

Lufthansa D-AFES 1934 'Franz Buchner' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 crashed 1942 (other reports talk of D-AFER as registration before WWII)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4048

DERULUFT D-AGIS 01.04.35 'Kormoran' Lufthansa D-AGIS 01.01.37 'M. von Muller' (SE: Max von Mulzer) Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1941

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4049

Lufthansa D-AHUS 1934 'Heinrich Kroll' DERULUFT D-AHUS 01.03.35 'Milan' Lufthansa D-AHUS 01.01.37 'Milan' Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39 to 11.09.44

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4050

Lufthansa D-AJIM 1934 'U. Neckel' 'H. Goring' travelling aircraft of Luftwaffe crashed 19.09.36 at Frankfurt/Main (That aircraft might also be c/n 4028 same history???)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4051

DERULUFT D-AREN 1934 'Phoenix' crashed 31.01.35 nr. Stettin Lufthansa D-AREN 'Phoenix' rebuilt 01.37 (tj/se)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4052

Lufthansa D-AXES 1934 'Hans Berr' DERULUFT D-AXES 01.02.35 'Kondor' Lufthansa D-AXES 01.01.37 'Hans Berr' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1941

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4053

Lufthansa D-AXAN 1934 'H.J. Buddecke' (SE reports that aircraft was transfered to Deutsche Reichsbahn in 1934) Lufthansa D-AHIT 1935 'Immelmann' (source: SE) RLM D-AHIT 1936 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4054

Lufthansa D-ATON 1934 'Erwin Böhme' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destoyed 1942

Junker Ju 52-3/mho 4055

Lufthansa D-AQAR 1935 'Walter Höhndorf' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP- 1936

Junker Ju 52 4056

no info

Junker Ju 52-3mge 4057

SOUTH AFRICAN AW. ZS-AFB 'Lord Charles Sommerset' 12.34 (tj: c/n 4059)

Junker Ju 52-3mge 4058

SOUTH AFRICAN AW. ZS-AFA 'Jan van Riebeeck' delivered 29 Oct. 1934 VARIG PP-VAL 'Maua' 10.03.38 wfu after accident at Porto Alegre 28.02.42

Junker Ju 52-3mge 4059

SOUTH AFRICAN AW. ZS-AFD 'Sir Benjamin d'Urban' 04.35 (tj reports c/n 4059 as ZS-AFB 'Lord Charles Sommerset' see c/n 4057) Lufthansa D-ACBO 'Viktor Neubrand' 07.38 (conf. by tj) destroyed 29.03.40 at Salamander

Junker Ju 52-3mge 4060

SOUTH AFRICAN AW. ZS-AFC 'Simon van der Stel' 29.10.34 Lufthansa D-AGFD 1938 'Otto Perschau' IBERIA EC-AAI 1939 'La Cierva'

Junker Ju 52-3/mce 4061

(tj reports c/n 4061 as ZS-AFD 'Sir Benjamin D'Urban' 04.35 SAA see c/n 4059) LAB CB-21 1932 'Bolivar' sold to Aeroposta Argentina AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-AAN 'Quichua' today at Museo Aeronautio Buenos Aires as T158 probably 4081?

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4062

ALA LITTORIA I-BEZI

Junker Ju 52-3/mlu 4063

ALA LITTORIA I-BAUS

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4064

ALA LITTORIA I-BIBI delivered 1935 Luftwaffe AI+AO taken over in 1943 Lufthansa D-AIAO 1943 1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4065

unknown D-AHIT

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4066

Luftwaffe D-ABAQ 'Manfred v. Richthofen' Goering's travelling aircraft Luftwaffe GC+AE destroyed 09.01.43

Junker Ju 52 4067

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/mg1e 4068

Lufthansa D-ABIZ 1935 'Erich Albrecht' EURASIA ???? 1937 (source: SE) (also reported as Lufthansa D-AFCD 'Erich Albrecht' ev. c/n 5938?)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4069

Lufthansa D-ABIK 1935 'Manfred v. Richthofen' Goerings travelling aircraft used until 1936

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4070

delivered to RLM in 1935 Lufthansa D-ADEF 1935 'Adolf Schirmer' Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39 crashed 03.02.44 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4071

Lufthansa D-ANYF 1935 'Erich Pust' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1941

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4072

Lufthansa D-AMIP 1935 1938 'Fritz Erb' Pamir-Expedition August 1938 EURASIA EU- 1938 taken over after emergency landing at Sian

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4073

Lufthansa D-AVUL 1935 'Bruno Rodschinka' IBERIA EC-AAJ 1939 'Guadal Quivir'

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 4074

Lufthansa D-ASIS 1935 'Wilhelm Cuno' EURASIA EU-??? 1938

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4075

Lufthansa D-APEF 1935 'Karl Wessel' Lufthansa SUDAMERIKA D-APEF 24.09.38 'Page' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBG 'Page' SEDTA PP-CBG 10.02.41 'Page' leased from Syndicato Condor SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBG 01.08.41 'Page'

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4076

OELAG OE-LAK 1935 Lufthansa D-AJAT taken over in 1939 (SE reports: D-AZAT) IBERIA M-CABC bought in May 1938 IBERIA EC-AAK rergistered out of service in 1948

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4077

Lufthansa D-ANOP 1935 1936 'Fritz Simon' DNL LN-DAE 'Havorn' 1936 crashed at Sognofjelleno in 1936

Junker Ju 52-3/mW 4078

Lufthansa D-AKIQ 1935 (source: SE) SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBB 1935 'Tupan'

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4079

Lufthansa D-APOR 1935 'Olaf Bielenstein' (SE also reports 'Aeluss' as name 1935-36) SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBF 1938 'Aracy'

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4080

(SE reports 1934 to 1936 Lufthansa D-AGDA 'Wedige Froreich') OELAG OE-LAM 1936 'Wedige Froreich' Lufthansa D-AGDA 1939 'Weige v. Froreich' taken over from OELAG Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39 destroyed 24.02.42

Junker Ju 52-3/m 4081

AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-AAN probably 4061? c/n 4082 to 5000 not used for Ju52!

Junker Ju 52 5001 to 5004

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5005

RAF HK919 captured in Iraq 1943

Junker Ju 52 5006 to 5009

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5010

Lufthansa D-ALAN 1934 'Eduard Dostler' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1942

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5011

unknown D-ALEF

Junker Ju 52 5012

no info

Junker Ju 52 5013

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/mfe 5014

Lufthansa D-ANOL 1934 'Albert Dosselbach' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1941

Junker Ju 52 5015 to 5017

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5018

Luftwaffe SG+BB later 4V+MR

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5019

Lufthansa D-AVIR Fleirei-Services

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5020

Lufthansa D-AZIS 1934 1937 'von Bulow' 'Horst Wessel' since 1935 RLM FLUGBEREITSCHAFT taken over 1938 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5021

Lufthansa D-AZAN 1934 1935 'Joachim Schröder' Luftwaffe DB+EX

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5022

Lufthansa D-AXUT 1934 1940 'Lothar v. Richthofen' IBERIA EC-AAG 1940 'Tajo'

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5023

Lufthansa D-AXOS 1934 'Oswald Boelcke' Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39 to 27.02.41 and since 14.03.41 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52 5024

no info

Junker Ju 52 5025

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5026

Lufthansa D-ABES 1934 'Herrmann Thomsen' since 1935 'Fritz Röth' in 1934 Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1942

Junker Ju 52-3/n 5027

Luftwaffe RJ+NJ later 4V+EC

Junker Ju 52 5028 to 5033

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5034

Lufthansa D-AHAL 1934 'Otto Bernert' Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa since 25.12.42 destroyed 1944 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52 5035 to 5042

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5043

Lufthansa D-ARYS 1934 'Hans Kirschstein' Lufthansa PERU OA-HHB 1938 'Misti' crashed 26.06.1938 at La Paz

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5044

unknown D-ASOR Lechfeld crashed 24.04.1936

Junker Ju 52 5045 to 5052

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5053

Lufthansa D-AQUQ 1934 'Adolf von Tutschek' SEDTA HC-SAC 1938 'Guayas' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBR 13.01.39 'Uirapuru'

Junker Ju 52 5054

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5055

Lufthansa D-APYX ReiFlei-Services Luftwaffe H4+AA

Junker Ju 52 5055

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5056

Luftwaffe KB+AB later 4V+KP

Junker Ju 52 5057 to 5059

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5060

Lufthansa D-AMIT 1934 'O.v. Beaulieu-Marconnay' Lufthansa PERU OA-HHA 1940 'Huascaran' PERUVIAN GOVT. OA-HHA 31.03.41 'Huascaran' confiscated

Junker Ju 52 5061 to 5064

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5065

Lufthansa D-AJUP ReiFlei-Services

Junker Ju 52 5066 to 5071

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5072

Lufthansa D-ANEN 1934 'Fritz Puetter' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52 5073

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5074

Lufthansa D-APOK 1935 'Max v. Mulzer' SEDTA 1940 'Mistral' (SE: withdrawn from use in 1936?)

Junker Ju 52 5075 to 5077

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5078

Lufthansa D-ASIH 1935 'Rudolf Windisch' crashed 31.12.36 at Grand Bornaud Switzerland wreckage parts at Grenoble Le Versoud

Junker Ju 52 5079

no info

Junker Ju 52 5080

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5081

Luftwaffe S2+PO crasehd 25.10.37 at Tutow

Junker Ju 52 5082 to 5088

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5089

Luftwaffe KG+FV later 4V+LS

Junker Ju 52 5090 to 5092

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg1e 5093

Lufthansa D-ALUG 1939

Junker Ju 52 5094

no info

Junker Ju 52 5095

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/mg4e 5096

Luftwaffe RK+AV RAF VM970 captured at Gerdermoen Norway 1945

Junker Ju 52 5097

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5098

Lufthansa D-AKYS 1935 'Emil Thuy' IBERIA EC-AAH 1939 'Duero'

Junker Ju 52 5099 to 5101

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5102

Lufthansa D-ADIP

Junker Ju 52 5103

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5104

Lufthansa D-AGES 1935 'Otto Kissenberth' EURASIA EU-??? 1935

Junker Ju 52 5105 to 5108

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5109

Lufthansa D-AMAQ 1935 'Max von Mulzer' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBH 20.11.39 'More' SEDTA HC-SAE 20.11.39 'Azuay' leased from Syndicato Condor PERUVIAN AIRFORCE HC-SAE 05.09.41 'Azuay' confiscated used by Peruvian Air Force also registered as HC-SND

Junker Ju 52 5110 to 5114

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5115

Luftwaffe TK+BJ later 4V+DD

Junker Ju 52 5116 to 5117

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5118

Luftwaffe BD+PP later 4V+DS

Junker Ju 52 5119

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5120

Lufthansa D-ADER 1935 'Hans Wende' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBE 1938 'Yarassu'

Junker Ju 52 5121 to 5127

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5128

Lufthansa D-ANAZ 1935 'Willi Charlett' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed in 1943

Junker Ju 52 5129 to 5150

no info 22 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5151

Luftwaffe S2+P10 crashed 25.10.37 at Tutow

Junker Ju 52 5152 to 5168

no info 17 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5169

Lufthansa D-ATAK 1935 'Marschall v. Bieberstein' crashed 28.11.36 at Hannover due to icing and scrapped

Junker Ju 52 5170 to 5172

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5173

Luftwaffe DS+AF

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5180

Lufthansa D-ALYL 1935 'Hans Loeb'/'XI Olympiade' OELAG OE-LAR 1937 'Linke-Crawford' Lufthansa D-ALYL 1938 taken over from OELAG Luftwaffe NG+VY taken over 27.08.39 later 17+RV

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5185

Luftwaffe 7U+HN 4.TG20 crashed 07.09.44

Junker Ju 52 5186 to 5188

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5189

Lufthansa D-AXOP

Junker Ju 52 5190 to 5194

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5195

Lufthansa D-AHEP

Junker Ju 52 5196 to 5219

no info 24 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5219

Luftwaffe SE+HT later 4V+AS

Junker Ju 52 5220 to 5231

no info 12 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5232

Luftwaffe TG20 RAF captured 09.10.45

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5233

Lufthansa D-APEH

Junker Ju 52 5234 to 5236

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5237

Lufthansa D-ABON Luftwaffe SG+BC

Junker Ju 52 5238 to 5252

no info 15 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5253

Luftwaffe GA+WG later 4V+ZD

Junker Ju 52 5254 to 5260

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5261

Lufthansa SUDAMERIKA D-AGST 31.03.38 11.09.39 'Maipo' used at Andes SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CAZ 1939 'Maipo'

Junker Ju 52 5262 to 5266

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5267

Lufthansa D-AVUP 1935 'Kurt Steidel' Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39

Junker Ju 52 5268 to 5271

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5272

Lufthansa D-AGIQ 1935 'Martin Zander' D-AMIQ? Lufthansa PERU OA-HHC 1940 'Huandoy' (SE: since 1938) PERUANISCHE REGIERUNG OA-HHC 31.03.41 'Huandoy' confiscated

Junker Ju 52 5273 to 5277

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5278

Lufthansa D-ADEK 1935 'Anton Schulz' Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered from Lufthansa 27.08.39

Junker Ju 52 5279 to 5282

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5283

Lufthansa SUDAMERIKA D-AENF 01.04.37 'Aconcagua' Andes services SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBA 11.09.39 'Aconcagua' Lufthansa PERU OA-HHD 29.11.40 'Aconcagua' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBA 29.11.40 'Aconcagua' SEDTA HC-SAD 25.04.41 'Aconcagua' leased from Syndicato Condor PERUVIAN AIR FORCE HC-SAD 05.09.41 'Aconcagua' confiscated USAF 42-52883 01.05.42 as C79

Junker Ju 52 5284 to 5288

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5289

OELAG OE-LAL 1936 delivered 16.03.36 crashed

Junker Ju 52 5290 to 5293

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5294

Lufthansa D-AMAK 1935 'Volkmar v. Arnim' EURASIA EU-??? 1935 destroyed 01.08.37

Junker Ju 52 5295 to 5319

no info 25 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5320

Lufthansa D-AMEV

Junker Ju 52 5321 to 5328

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5329

Lufthansa D-ANYK 1935 'Wilhelm Schmidt' sold in 1936

Junker Ju 52 5330 to 5336

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5337

Luftwaffe ??+?? FLG Norwegen hit obstacles at Kristiansand 28.11.41

Junker Ju 52 5338

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5339

Luftwaffe GD+LV later 4V+FU

Junker Ju 52 5340 to 5341

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5342

Luftwaffe VD+XB later 4V+BS

Junker Ju 52 5343 to 5352

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mmao 5353

JUNKERSWERKE D-AHUX 01.03.37

Junker Ju 52 5354 to 5357

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5358

Luftwaffe DK+WE later 1Z+EV

Junker Ju 52 5359 to 5371

no info 13 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5372

unknown D-ASAF Luftwaffe TJ+HZ later 1Z+EV

Junker Ju 52 5373

no info

Junker Ju 52 5374

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5375

RAF AirMin 104 captured 1945

Junker Ju 52 5376 to 5378

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5379

Luftwaffe ??+?? 2.KGV800

Junker Ju 52 5380 to 5385

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5386

IBERIA EC-DAM later EC-ABR

Junker Ju 52 5387 to 5402

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5403

Luftwaffe DB+QI also 4V+PP

Junker Ju 52 5404

no info

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5405

Luftwaffe ??+?? KGV108 damaged by taxi accident at Fornebu 17.04.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 5306 to 5414

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5415

Luftwaffe ??+?? KG108 damaged in landing accident at Lista 21.03.42 (SIG) Luftwaffe ??+?? KG108 damaged on landing at Herdla 01.11.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 5416

Luftwaffe S5+C20 (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5417 to 5418

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5419

Luftwaffe 4D+XS (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5420 to 5428

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg2e 5429

Lufthansa D-AKIY (D-AKIQ?) 1935 'William Langanke' DNL LN-DAF 1936 'Najaden' Luftwaffe taken over April 1940 Lufthansa D-AKIY used in Norway until 1945 captured at Drontheim Sept. 1945 repaired at Horten DNL LN-KAG 'Veslefrikk' SAS LN-KAG 'Veslefrikk' taken over from DNL

Junker Ju 52 5430 to 5439

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 5440

ABA Schweden SE-AER 'Västmanland' 08.35 BRITISH AIRWAYS G-AERU 'Juno' 09.01.37 night post route London-Stockholm SABENA OO- bought in Sept. 1941 used in Congo and scrapped

Junker Ju 52 5441 to 5449

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5450

Luftwaffe TA+CZ later 1Z+CU

Junker Ju 52 5451 to 5452

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5453

SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-SPD 'Guaracy' 1936 SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBC 'Guaracy' 1937 reregistered crashed 25.05.38 at Santre (tj reports this aircraft as 5433?)

Junker Ju 52 5454

no info

Junker Ju 52 5455

Luftwaffe KQ+MM later 1Z+EU (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5456 to 5458

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg3e 5459

VASP PP-SPD 'Cidade do S. Paulo' crashed into building at Rio de Janeiro 27.08.43 (tj)

Junker Ju 52 5460

no info

Junker Ju 52 5461

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/mg3e 5462

Luftwaffe 33+K39 crashed 06.04.37 at Liegnitz

Junker Ju 52/3mg8e 5463

Luftwaffe RC+AR later 4V+BC with TG20 (Now) captured at Gardermoen parked until May 1946 poss. scrapped

Junker Ju 52 5464

Luftwaffe DK+TI later 4V+CN (Now)

Junker Ju 52-3/mg3e 5465

VASP PP-SPE 'Cidade do Rio de Janeiro'

Junker Ju 52 5466 to 5469

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5470

unknown D-ALAM

Junker Ju 52 5471

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5472

Lufthansa D-AGEI 1936 'Karl Allmenroder' EURASIA EU-???? 1936 (source: SE)

Junker Ju 52 5473 to 5474

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5475

Luftwaffe DH+ED later 1Z+DT (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5476 to 5477

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5478

Lufthansa D-AJAO 1936 'Robert Weinhard' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBD 1937 'Jacy'

Junker Ju 52 5479 to 5483

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5484

Lufthansa D-AKUO 1936 'Paul Bilik' Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed in 1941

Junker Ju 52 5485 to 5488

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg2e 5489

Lufthansa D-AQUI 06.04.36 'Fritz Simon' DNL LN-DAH 'Falken' 06.36 (tj reports this as c/n 5409?) Lufthansa D-AQUI captured in Norway June 1940 DNL LN-KAF May 1945 'Askeladden' captured in Norway ECUATORIANA HBC-ABS 1956 'Amazonas' later stored at Quito Lester Weaver N130LW 1970 Martin Caidin N52JU 1975 'Iron Anny' Lufthansa D-AQUI/D-CDLH 1984 'Tempelhof'

Junker Ju 52 5490

no info

Junker Ju 52 5491

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5492

ALA LITTORIA I-ABJZ

Junker Ju 52 5493

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5494

AERO O/Y OH-ALL 'Kaleva' 14.07.36 (jw) Shot down en route Tallinn-Helsinki by Soviet fighters 14.06.40 (jw)

Junker Ju 52 5495 to 5497

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5498 (tj) named 'Hans Berr' Lufthansa D-ASUI crashed 17.11.36 at Lauf/Pregnitz

Junker Ju 52 5499

Luftwaffe TN+BQ (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5500 to 5501

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5502

built in 1936 named 'Joachim von Schroeder' Lufthansa D-ALUE 1936 1937

Junker Ju 52 5503 to 5505

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5506 (tj) named 'Heinrich Kroll' Lufthansa D-APOO 1936 crashed into mountains enroute Frankfurt-Erfurt nr. Tabarz 01.11.36 11 of 15 dead

Junker Ju 52 5507 to 5508

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5509

Luftwaffe KB+HN later 4V+CP

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5510

SABENA OO-AGU used in Congo crashed at Costermansville on 25.04.44

Junker Ju 52 5511 to 5513

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5514

SABENA OO-AGV 08.03.40 used in Congo withdrawn from use 22.11.46

Junker Ju 52 5515 to 5516

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5517 (tj) RAF VM985 captured in 05.45 to Holland PH-UBA

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 5518

ABA SWEDEN SE-AES BRITISH AIRWAYS G-AERX 'Jupiter' bought from A.B. Sweden SABENA OO-AGU bought Sept. 1941 used in Congo SABENA OO-CAP in Congo (tj) wfu 1946 (LL)

Junker Ju 52 5519 to 5522

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m3e 5523

MALERT HA-JUA 'Kazala Karoly' 1937 HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE U-861 1941 crashed 18.01.41 at Nagy-Varad

Junker Ju 52 5524 to 5530

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5531

Luftwaffe VA+DO later 4V+AP

Junker Ju 52 5532 to 5536

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5537

Luftwaffe M3+BA

Junker Ju 52 5538 to 5554

no info 17 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mge 5555

named 'Fritz Simon' Lufthansa D-AGOO 1936 chartered to Luftwaffe 31.08.39 GERMAN NAVY located in Norway NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE taken over in May 1945

Junker Ju 52 5556 to 5574

no info 19 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5575

prob. Lufthansa D-AMOS Luftwaffe TJ+HX

Junker Ju 52 5576 to 5579

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5580 (td) MALERT HA-JUB 1937 named 'Gergye Joszef' HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE U-862 06.42 destroyed in lowlevel attack at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52 5581to 5587

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5588

LOT SP-AKX LARES YR-ALK (tj) BOAC G-AGAE taken over 07.11.39 wfu 1930 returned to LOT in 1945

Junker Ju 52 5589

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5590

named 'Gustav Rubritius' Lufthansa D-AKEQ 1936 ÖLAG OE-LAN bought from Lufthansa Lufthansa D-AKEQ 1939 Luftwaffe SG+BM crashed 1942

Junker Ju 52 5591

no info

Junker Ju 52 5592

Luftwaffe 4V+CA (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5593 to 5595

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5595

Luftwaffe 7U+OM 4.TG20 (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5596

LUFTWAFFE; 7U+OM crashed at Lappland 19.10.44 parts are at Finish Air Force Museum

Junker Ju 52 5597 to 5599

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m4e 5600 (td) MALERT HA-DUR 'Kiss Jozsef' 1936 presidential VIP aircraft MALERT HA-JUC 1938 used as passenger aircraft HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-101 102/1 Transport Squadron 06.41 reregistered to U-863 on 13.04.42 shot down by ground fire 17.10.44

Junker Ju 52 5601 to 5608

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5609

Luftwaffe ??+??. KG108 damaged on outside landing at Bardufoss 05.04.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5610

DDL OY-DAL 'Seelandia' 08.36 crashed at Vienna Airport 18.12.42

Junker Ju 52 5611 to 5513

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3m 5614

AB AEROTRANSPORT SE-AFA 'Svealand' also operated by AB INDUSTRIDIESEL private by O. Eklof (LL) AB SKANDINAVISK FLYGTRANSPORT SE-AFA (LL reports also SX-CDA as register)

Junker Ju 52 5615 to 5619

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3m 5620

AB AEROTRANSPORT SE-AFB 'Gotaland' AB SKANDINAVISK FLYGTRANSPORT SE-AFB IBERIA EC-ADO

Junker Ju 52 5621

no info

Junker Ju 52 5622

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5623

LAB CB-22 1932Illampu verkauft an VASP VASP Illampu gekauft von LAB IBERIA EC-ADQ

Junker Ju 52 5624 to 5529

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5630

unknown D-AROS

Junker Ju 52 5631 to 5632

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3m 5633

AB AEROTRANSPORT SE-AFC 'Norrland' AB SKANDINAVISK FLYGTRANSPORT SE-AFC IBERIA EC-ADQ crashed 06.04.53 (LL)

Junker Ju 52 5634 to 5644

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5645

Luftwaffe TN+BS (Now)

Junker Ju 52-3m 5646

AB AEROTRANSPORT SE-AFD 'Vikingaland' AB SKANDINAVISK FLYGTRANSPORT SE-AFD IBERIA EC-ADP scarpped 1955 (LL)

Junker Ju 52 5647 to 5652

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5653 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '101' 1937 also registered as '201' written off 1941

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5654 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '102' 1937 also registered as '202' '6302' wfu 1966

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5655 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '103' 1937 also registered as '203' '6303' wfu 1966

Junker Ju 52-3/mreo 5656

named 'Anden' Lufthansa SUDAMERIKA D-AMYE 07.06.37 renamed 'Los Andes' SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBL 11.09.39 unknown LV-ZBE crashed on 12.03.54 at Catamarca / Argentina (tj)

Junker Ju 52 5657

no info

Junker Ju 52 5658

Luftwaffe ??+?? 1.KG108 damaged by storm at Skattora 29.03.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 5659 to 5660

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5661 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '104' 1937 also registered as '204' '6304' wfu 1968

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5662 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '105' 1937 also registered as '205' '6305' wfu 1968

Junker Ju 52-3/mte 5663

named 'Rudolf von Thuena' Lufthansa D-ANOY 1937 1938 expedition flight to Kabul 1938 tj reports that D-ANOY crashed on 02.12.38 at Vienna and was destroyed by fire

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5664 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '106' 1937 also registered as '206' '6306' wfu 1972 also reported as '6300' today at Musee Royal de l'Air in Brussels

Junker Ju 52 5665 to 5666

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5667 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '107' 1937 also registered as '207' '6307' wfu 1969

Junker Ju 52 5668

no info

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5669 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '108' 1937 also registered as '208' '6308' wfu 1957

Junker Ju 52-3mge 5670

SABENA OO-AGU PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '109' 1937 also registered as '209' '6309' wfu 1968 today Musee Royal de l'Air in Brussels

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5671 (AHM) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '110' 1937 also registered as '210' crashed 1942 at Acores

Junker Ju 52-3mge 5672

SABENA OO-AGW 31.12.36 used in Congo withdrawn from use 11.46 (tj)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5673

Lufthansa D-AFAM

Junker Ju 52 5674 to 5681

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5682

named 'Marschall von Bieberstein' Lufthansa D-APUP 1937 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered since 26.08.39

Junker Ju 52 5683 to 5684

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mte 5685

named 'Ulrich Neckel' Lufthansa D-AGAK 1937 shot down by Japanese fighters in 1940? Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 19.02.42 (se)

Junker Ju 52 5686 to 5688

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg3e 5689

VASP PP-SPF 'Cidade de Santos'

Junker Ju 52 5690 to 5692

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5693

named 'Rudolf Windisch' Lufthansa D-AXAT 1937 crashed at Munich 03.12.37 (se)

Junker Ju 52 5694 to 5714

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg3e 5715

built/modified at Weserflug in Einswarden Luftwaffe built in 1936 RAF VM985 captured in May 1945 RIJKSLUICHTVAARTSCHOOL PH-UBA 'Opa'

Junker Ju 52 5716 to 5726

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5727

named 'Philipp v. Blaschke' Lufthansa D-ATEA 1937 ÖLAG OE-LAP 1937 Lufthansa D-ATEA 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 27.08.39

Junker Ju 52 5728 to 5733

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5734

named 'Fritz von Roeth' Lufthansa D-AMEI 1937 Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed in 1943

Junker Ju 52 5735 to 5739

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5740

named 'William Langanke' Lufthansa D-ALAM 1937 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1943

Junker Ju 52 5741 to 5747

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5748

named 'Alfred Bauer' Lufthansa D-ATAO 1937 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 02.09.39

Junker Ju 52 5749

no info

Junker Ju 52 5750

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/mte 5751

DNL or Fred Olsen LN-DAI 'Hauken' 13.09.37 NORWEGIAN NAVY F400 leased 02.40 (tj) Luftwaffe captured in 04.40 Lufthansa D-AQUB 05.40 (tj)

Junker Ju 52 5752 to 5759

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5760

Luftwaffe TF+AB Lfl. 5 missed while enroute Nautsi to Berlin 07.11.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 5761 to 5765

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5766

Luftwaffe RG+NL later 1Z+MT (Now)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5767

Lufthansa D-AVUP

Junker Ju 52 5768 to 5776

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mte 5777

named 'Charles Haar' Lufthansa D-ABUR 1937 crashed 04.01.38 on approach to Frankfurt (se tj)

Junker Ju 52 5778 to 5790

no info 13 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3m3e 5791

Luftwaffe SE+HM emergency landing at Grums Sweden following navigation error 16.04.1940 returned as SE-AKS to Germany 02.09.1940

Junker Ju 52-3m 5792

SOUTH AFRICAN AW. ZS-AJH 'Erasmus Smit' 10.37 SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE 1940

Junker Ju 52 5793 to 5795

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5796

Luftwaffe IZ+AZ later 4V+AN (Now)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5797

named 'Hans Hackmack' Lufthansa D-ATYZ 1937 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 01.09.39

Junker Ju 52 5798

no info

Junker Ju 52 5799

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/mte 5800

named 'Karl Hochmuth' Lufthansa D-AFOP 1937 (tj reports D-AFPO as register) crashed on take off from Hannover 30.08.39 (tj)

Junker Ju 52 5801 to 5806

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5807

AUSTRIAN AIR FORCE '36'

Junker Ju 52 5808

no info

Junker Ju 52 5809

Luftwaffe H4+FL (Now)

Junker Ju 52/3mge 5810

Luftwaffe ??+?? KGV108 ground collision with Bf109 at Vaernes 19.04.42 Luftwaffe ??+?? KGV108 damaged at Levanger due to ice 30.11.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 5811 to 5814

no info 4 aircraft 5813 belongs to Flugber. RLM and crashed 07.11.42 (Now)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5815

SABENA OO-AUA 22.05.37 crashed at Haren 14.03.39 (tj)

Junker Ju 52 5816

no info

Junker Ju 52 5817

Luftwaffe H4+PM (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5818 to 5819

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5820

AUSTRIAN AIR FORCE '37'

Junker Ju 52 5821 to 5823

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5824

AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-AAB 'Patagonia' later LV-AAG

Junker Ju 52 5825 to 5826

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5827

SABENA OO-AUB 02.06.37 crashed at Ostende / Belgium on 16.11.37 in fog 11 dead (tj) Grand Duke and Duchess of Hess killed (AA)

Junker Ju 52 5828

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5829

AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-AAI

Junker Ju 52 5830 to 5832

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5833

AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-AAH

Junker Ju 52 5834

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5835

AUSTRIAN AIR FORCE OE-HKA travelling aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5836 to 5846

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5847

Luftwaffe 9G+HA (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5848 to 5850

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5851

named 'Otto Fink' Lufthansa D-AUJA 1937 IBERIA EC-AAF 1939 renamed 'Ebro'

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5852

SABENA OO-AUF 06.01.38 used in Congo since 11.38 crashed at Mongana 03.04.44

Junker Ju 52 5853

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5854

named 'Willi Rabe' Lufthansa D-AUKE 1937 IBERIA EC- 1939

Junker Ju 52 5855 to 5859

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg2e 5860

Lufthansa D-AYHO 'Peter Strasser' used for governmental travel

Junker Ju 52 5861 to 5872

no info 12 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5873

Luftwaffe 4V+BA (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5874 to 5876

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5877

to Uruguay CX-ABA 'Uruguayo' today at Museo Aeronautico Montevideo

Junker Ju 52 5878 to 5880

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5881

Luftwaffe captured in May 1940 at Oslo BRITISH AIRWAYS G-AFAP 'Jason'

Junker Ju 52 5882 to 5884

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5885

Luftwaffe GS+AY later 1Z+LW (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5886 (tj) to Uruguay CX-ABB 'El Argentino' later named 'Buenos Aires Herald' sank 24.12.40 at Buenos Aires Harbour withdrawn from use Paysandu

Junker Ju 52 5882 to 5899

no info 18 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5900

Luftwaffe SA+BK (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5901 to 5914

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5915

Lufthansa D-APDF 1938 SEDTA HC-SAB 1938 'Ecuador' crashed 10.12.38 at Mt. Chimborazo

Junker Ju 52 5916

Luftwaffe NR+AG later 4V+CD

Junker Ju 52 5917 to 5918

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5919

named 'Robert Weichard' Lufthansa D-ARDS 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52 5920 to 5932

no info 13 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3mg1e 5933

named 'Ludwig Hautzmayer' Lufthansa D-AMFR 1937 OELAG OE-LAS 1938 Lufthansa D-AMFR 1939 Luftwaffe NG+VE chartered 27.08.39 Lufthansa D-AMFR returned 18.01.41 Luftwaffe NG+VE chartered 25.06.41 remainings at Tempelhof until 1947

Junker Ju 52 5934 to 5937

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5938

named 'Erich Albrecht' Lufthansa D-AFCD 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed in 1941 (some sources mention c/n4068)

Junker Ju 52 5939

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5940

named 'Walter Bayer' Lufthansa D-ATDB 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 06.10.39

Junker Ju 52 5941

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5942

named 'Hans Wende' Lufthansa D-AUJG 1938 crashed at Llaveria/Spain 04.08.39 (se)

Junker Ju 52 5943

no info

Junker Ju 52 5944

Luftwaffe M3+CA (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5945

Luftwaffe DC+SF 1.KG108 lost at Gardemoen 04.03.41 (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5946

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5945

Lufthansa DC+SF 2.KG108 destroyed 04.03.41 while enroute Gardermoen to Berlin

Junker Ju 52 5946

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5947

named 'Hans Loeb' Lufthansa D-ANJH 1938 destroyed at Mingaladon/Rangoon on 03.08.39

Junker Ju 52/3mg3e 5748

Luftwaffe ??+?? KGV108 damaged on landing accident at Banak 26.09.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 5949

no info

Junker Ju 52 5950

Luftwaffe AV+SG later 4V+KR (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5951 to 5953

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5954

named 'Franz Wagner' Lufthansa D-ABVF 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1942

Junker Ju 52 5955 to 5961

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5962 (MC) DETA MOCAMBIQUE CR-AAJ 01.07.38 'Lourenco Marques' wfu 1957

Junker Ju 52 5963 to 5964

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5965

prob. Lufthansa D-ACBQ (Now)

Junker Ju 52 5966

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5967 (MC) DETA MOCAMBIQUE CR-AAK 01.07.38 'Quelimane' wfu 1957

Junker Ju 52 5968 to 5969

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5970

prob.Lufthansa D-AKCD (Now.) Luftwaffe TJ+HW (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 5971 to 5972

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5973 (MC) DETA MOCAMBIQUE CR-AAL 01.07.38 'Nampula' wfu 1957

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5974 (SIG) Luftwaffe P4+CH Transp. St. Nord missed enroute 16.11.41

Junker Ju 52 5975 to 5978

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5979

named 'Hans Kirchstein' Lufthansa D-ANXG 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? 1939 destroyed 1941

Junker Ju 52 5980 to 5983

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 5984

SHCA SX-ACF RAF VM-980

Junker Ju 52 5985 to 5995

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 5996

Luftwaffe 1Z+BS (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 5997 to 6003

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6004

SHCA SX-ACH RAF VM-980

Junker Ju 52 6005

Luftwaffe TJ+HV later 4V+FR

Junker Ju 52 6006 to 6013

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6014

named 'Heinrich Mathy' Lufthansa D-ASFD 1938 1940

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6015

IBERIA EC-DAN later EC-ABS

Junker Ju 52 6016 to 6024

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6025

SHCA SX-ACI RAF VM-980

Junker Ju 52 6026 to 6031

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6032 (6030?) named 'Wilhelm Cuno' Lufthansa D-AGTC 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 27.08.-18.10.39 and since 13.11.42 Luftwaffe 7U+LM 24.02.43 crashed at Lappland Norway (se reports this aircraft as c/n 6030)

Junker Ju 52 6033 to 6035

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6036 (tj) SABENA OO-AUG 15.12.38 used at Congo since 16.06.39 crashed at Bangui 01.01.43

Junker Ju 52 6037 to 6041

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6042

named 'Martin Zander' Lufthansa D-AHMS 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1941

Junker Ju 52 6043 to 6045

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6046

named 'Viktor Neubrand' Lufthansa D-ADED 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 27.08.39

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6047

named 'H. Krickeldorf' Lufthansa D-AHFN 1938 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52g4e 6048

Luftwaffe N9+DA Flugber. Norwegen damaged on landing at Fornebu 16.04.43 (SIG) NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE LN-LAB taken over in May 1945 DNL LN-KAB 13.04.46 (tj) crashed 22.05.46 at Oslo after engine failure

Junker Ju 52 6049 to 6056

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mte 6057

named 'Otto Falke' Lufthansa D-AFFQ 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 27.08-18.10.39 and since 11.11.42

Junker Ju 52 6058 to 6062

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6063

SABENA OO-AUG

Junker Ju 52 6064

Luftwaffe ??+?? TG20 handed over to RAF 09.10.45 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6065

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6066

named 'Walter Hoehndorf' Lufthansa D-ADHF 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1943

Junker Ju 52 6067 to 6068

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6069

Luftwaffe 7U+OK 4.TG20 crashed 1943 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6070 to 6085

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6086

Luftwaffe ??+?? TG20 handed over to Norway in 1945 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6087 to 6092

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6093

Lufthansa D-ALUG 'Josef Zauritz'

Junker Ju 52 6094 to 6100

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e 6101

Luftwaffe 7U+FK KGV108 crashed at Rondane 05.11.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6102 to 6121

no info 20 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6122

Luftwaffe BF+FW later 1Z+CT (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6123 to 6128

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6129

Luftwaffe SE+JR later 4V+DR and H4+LU (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6130 to 6131

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3mg4e 6132

Luftwaffe SE+HU B-Schule Wien emergency landing in Sweden 14.04.1904 due to navigation error returned to Germany 02.09.1940 as SE-AKT

Junker Ju 52 6133

no info

Junker Ju 52 6134

Luftwaffe IZ+BY 1937 sank at Narvik Fjord in summer 1940 Forsvarsmuseets Flysamling rescued in 1986 TECHNIKMUSEUM HUGO JUNKERS 1997 bought and reconstructed at Dessau

Junker Ju 52 6135 to 6148

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mte 6149

named 'Robert Untucht' Lufthansa D-APXD 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed 1943

Junker Ju 52 6150 to 6166

no info 17 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6167

Luftwaffe 9P+FW (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6168 to 6170

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6171

named 'Volkmar von Arnim' Lufthansa D-ARAD 1939 GERMAN NAVY ??+?? chartered 26.08.39 captured at Gardermoen parked until May 1946 poss. scrapped

Junker Ju 52 6172 to 6175

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6176

Luftwaffe TD+AH later 4V+HN (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6177 to 6178

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6179

Luftwaffe H4+BB (Now.)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6180

named 'Joachim Blankenburg' Lufthansa D-ARIW 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1941

Junker Ju 52 6181 to 6189

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6190

Luftwaffe AH+FP later 4V+BN (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6191 to 6221

no info 21 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6222

Luftwaffe M3+EA (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6223

no info

Junker Ju 52 6224

registered LV-ZBL (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6225 to 6276

no info 52 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e 6277

Luftwaffe ??+?? KGV108 damaged on landing at Kemi 26.12.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6278 to 6283

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6284

Luftwaffe SE+PS (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6285

Luftwaffe DK+CM later 4V+MU (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6286 to 6289

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6290

Luftwaffe DA+FL later 4V+JP (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6291

no info

Junker Ju 52 6292

Luftwaffe H4+CN (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6293

no info

Junker Ju 52 6294

with TG20 handed over to RAF 09.10.45 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6295 to 6300

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6301

Luftwaffe 1Z+BM (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6302 to 6305

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6306

Portugal's Arma de Aeronnautica Militar 1938 withdrawn 1952 and stored at Alverca Forsvarsmuseets Flysamling 1994 bought and restaurated at Bodo

Junker Ju 52 6307 to 6321

no info 15 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6322

Luftwaffe TE+HY later 1Z+AN and 4V+JS (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6323 to 6342

no info 20 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6343

Luftwaffe 7U+HK I.TG20 crashed 23.10.44 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6344 to 6345

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6346

Luftwaffe ??+?? KG108 crashed 13.12.41 at Fornebu (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6347 to 6351

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6352

Luftwaffe 1Z+CR (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6353

no info

Junker Ju 52 6354

registered LZ+ZBJ (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6355 to 6359

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6360 (td) MALERT HA-JUD 1939 'Endresz Gyorgy' later registered HA-JUF HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE U-865 06.42 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52 6361 to 6362

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e 6363

Luftwaffe P4+FH Tr.St. Nord damaged during emergency landing at Kolosjoki 18.11.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6364 to 6366

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6367

Luftwaffe 1Z+MM (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6368

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6369

named 'Alfred Viereck' Lufthansa D-ASLG 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6370

named 'Olaf Bielenstein' Lufthansa D-AVAJ 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1941

Junker Ju 52 6371

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6372

named 'H.E. Lochner' Lufthansa D-AXFH 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52 6373 to 6383

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e 6384

Luftwaffe 9P+GU KG108 crashed into ground at Kauhava 12.02.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52-3/m4ge 6385

named 'Otto Parschau' Lufthansa D-ABFA 1939 Luftwaffe TT+LN destroyed in 1941

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6386

named 'Adolf von Tutscheck' Lufthansa D-ACEP 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52-3/m4ge 6387

named 'Otto von Beauliezu-Marconay' Lufthansa D-ADBO 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1941

Junker Ju 52 6388 to 6392

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6393

Luftwaffe 4D+XB (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6394

no info

Junker Ju 52/3m4ge 6395

Luftwaffe ??+?? Lfl. 5 crashed into mountain at Oslo 11.11.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6396 to 6398

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6399

Luftwaffe 7U+GM I.TG20 crashed 23.10.44 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6400

no info

Junker Ju 52 6401

JUNKERS D-AEBT flying testbed for DB603A (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6402

no info

Junker Ju 52 6403

registered LV-ZBF (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6404 to 6409

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6410

SABENA OO-AUK 22.05.39 used at Congo since 08.03.40 Sold to Daimenjai 25.11.46

Junker Ju 52 6411 to 6421

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6422

Luftwaffe VB+PY later 4V+ZW

Junker Ju 52 6423 to 6427

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6428

ROMANIAN AIR FORCE YR-ALP (tj)

Junker Ju 52 6429 to 6431

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6432

named 'Rudolf von Thuena' Lufthansa D-ABEW 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1943

Junker Ju 52 6433 to 6441

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6442

named 'Charles Haar' Lufthansa D-AREB 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 31.08.39 destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52 6443 to 6450

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6451

Luftwaffe DM+WV later 1Z+BD (Now.)

Junker Ju 52-3/m4ge 6452

named 'H.J. Handke' Lufthansa D-AGOB 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52 6453 to 6455

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6456

Luftwaffe JU+AM (LL/Now: 7U+AM) emergency landing in Sweden after engine failure 19.07.1943 scrapped in 1946

Junker Ju 52 6453 to 6461

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6462

Luftwaffe ??+?? 2.KG108 crashed into high ground at Trondheim 27.06.41 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6463 to 6473

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6474

Luftwaffe CF+GW Trans.St. Norwegen (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6475 to 6481

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6482

Luftwaffe TF+HB later 1Z+DN and 4V+GN (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6483 to 6491

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6492

Luftwaffe BA+LQ later 1Z+JU (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6493 to 6509

no info 17 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6510

prob. Syndicato Condor PP-SPH later PP-DZY (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6511 to 6526

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6527

Luftwaffe ??+?? TG20 handed over to Norway in 1945 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6428 to 6531

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6532

Luftwaffe crashed at Fornebu 06.03.41 during landing accident (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6533 to 6549

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6550

named 'Emil Schaefer' Lufthansa D-ACBE 1940 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1943

Junker Ju 52 6551 to 6557

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6558

Luftwaffe NC+OZ later 4V+MN (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6559 to 6560

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6561

named 'Joachim Blankenburg' Lufthansa D-AWAS 1939 lost over Mediteranean Sea 21.02.44 (se)

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e 6562

Luftwaffe ??+?? AOK Lappland damaged on landing at Alakurtti 17.09.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6563 to 6566

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6567

prob. Lufthansa D-AGAC transfered to England in 1945 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6568 to 6579

no info 12 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6580

SWISS AIR FORCE A-701 01.10.39 1981 used as training aircraft for navigators MUSEUM SCHWEIZER FLIEGERTRUPPEN HB-HOS 1981used for roundtrips JU-AIR HB-HOS

Junker Ju 52 6581 to 6583

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6584

Luftwaffe ??+?? 2.KG108 damaged at Vaasa 10.07.41

Junker Ju 52-3m7e 6585 (td) MALERT HA-JUE 1939 HUNGARIAN AIR FOCE U-864 06.42 crashed during attack 25.12.44

Junker Ju 52 6586 to 6594

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6595

SWISS AIR FORCE A-702 01.10.39 1981 used as training aircraft for navigators MUSEUM SCHWEIZER FLIEGERTRUPPEN HB-HOT 1981used for roundtrips JU-AIR HB-HOT

Junker Ju 52 6596 to 6607

no info 12 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6608

Luftwaffe TN+BX (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6609

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6610

SWISS AIR FORCE A-703 01.10.39 1981 used as training aircraft for navigators MUSEUM SCHWEIZER FLIEGERTRUPPEN HB-HOP 1981used for roundtrips JU-AIR HB-HOP

Junker Ju 52 6611 to 6621

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6622

Luftwaffe TS+BT later 4V+ES (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6623 to 6624

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6625

Luftwaffe CW+AC later 4V+DP (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6626 to 6649

no info 24 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6650

named 'Emil Thuy' Lufthansa D-ADBW 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 23.02.42 destroyed in 1944

Junker Ju 52 6651 to 6656

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6657

Luftwaffe CA+JY sank at Narvik Fjord in May 1940 Forsvarsmuseets Flysamling rescued in 1986 and under reconstruction

Junker Ju 52 6658

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6659

named 'Max von Mulzer' Lufthansa D-AGBI 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1942

Junker Ju 52 6660 to 6663

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6664

Luftwaffe SE+KC emergency landing at Valista Sweden after navigation error 17.04.1940 returned as SE-AKR 02.09.1940

Junker Ju 52 6665 to 6669

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6670

named 'E Fritsche' Lufthansa D-AEAO 1940 Luftwaffe ??+?? destroyed in 1941

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6671

Luftwaffe II/186 crashed nr. Wangerooge due to pilot failure 10.10.39 (Holm)

Junker Ju 52 6672 to 6681

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6682

Luftwaffe CK+BA later 4V+MS (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6683

no info

Junker Ju 52 6684 (tj) VASP PP-SPI COLUMBIAN PETROLEUM COMP. PP-SPI also registered 209

Junker Ju 52 6685 to 6692

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6693

Luftwaffe DB+RD 22.09.1939 sank at Narvik Fjord in May 1940 Interessengemeinschaft Ju52 1986 rescued and rebuilt today on display at Wunstorf

Junker Ju 52 6694 to 6709

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6710

ALA LITTORIA I-BIOS 1935 Lufthansa D-ASPI leased 1943 Luftwaffe AS+PI taken over 1943 destroyed 1944?

Junker Ju 52 6711 to 6723

no info 13 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3m4ge 6724

Luftwaffe 1H+OH 2. KG108 damaged at Fornebu due to engine failure 22.01.42 (SIG) (Now. reports 7U+CK KG108 transfered to RAF 09.10.45)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6725
IBERIA EC-CAL later EC-AAU

Junker Ju 52 6726 to 6733

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6734

named 'Bruno Rodschinka' Lufthansa D-APGU 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 15.04.-30.06.40 and 15.11.40-26.01.44 (se)

Junker Ju 52 6735 to 6737

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6738

Luftwaffe BA+KM KG106 emergency landing in Sweden 20.05.1940 returned to Germany 11.06.1941 crashed

Junker Ju 52 6739 to 6747

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6748

Luftwaffe CN+BW later 4V+KS (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6749

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6750

named 'Raoul Stoisavljevic' Lufthansa D-APZX 1939 Luftwaffe N9+AA 09.04.40 emergency landing at Appelbo/Sweden 08.10.41 returned to Germany 09.10.41 (SIG) RAF VM908. 1945 captured RAILWAY AIR SERVICE G-AHBP 1945 broken up at Castle Bromich UK in 02.48

Junker Ju 52 6751

Luftwaffe DC+SP shot down by Swedish antiaircraft fire at Riksgransen

Junker Ju 52 6752

no info

Junker Ju 52/3mg7e 6753

Luftwaffe ??+??

Junker Ju 52 6754

Luftwaffe ??+?? shot down by Swedish antiaircraft fire at Stromstad

Junker Ju 52 6755

Luftwaffe ??+?? 2./KGr.z.b.V.108 emergency landing at Dresden 03.01.41 (SIG) shot down by Swedish antiaircraft fire at Stromstad 2.KG108 crashed into high ground at Trondheim 27.06.41

Junker Ju 52 6756

no info

Junker Ju 52 6757

Luftwaffe ??+?? Wekusta 5 destroyed during engine fire at Vaernes 03.12.41

Junker Ju 52 6758 to 6764

no info 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6765

ALA LITTORIA I-BOAN Lufthansa D-AIAT 1943 1945

Junker Ju 52 6766 to 6774

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6775

named 'Paul Bilik' Lufthansa D-AHGA 1940 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 13.11.42

Junker Ju 52 6776 to 6778

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6779

named 'van Vloten' Lufthansa D-ARCK 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 24.12.42

Junker Ju 52 6780 to 6789

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6790

named 'Hans Wende' Lufthansa D-ARVU 1939 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 09.04.40

Junker Ju 52 6791

Luftwaffe CO+EI sank at Narvik Fjord in May 1940 Forsvarsmuseets Flysamling rescued in 1986 and stored at Bodo today

Junker Ju 52 6792 to 6797

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6798

Luftwaffe CO+BP later 1Z+EW (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6799

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6800

named 'Rudolf Kleine' Lufthansa D-AHGB 1940 SYNDICATO CONDOR PP-CBP 1940 renamed 'Ibate' AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-AAJ 'Ibate'

Junker Ju 52 6801

no info

Junker Ju 52 6802 (se) ALA LITTORIA I-???? Lufthansa D-ASPE 1943 to 1944

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6803

ALA LITTORIA I-BERO 1935 Luftwaffe AS+PE taken over in 1943

Junker Ju 52/3m4ge 6804

Luftwaffe P4+HH Tr.Staf. Nord crashed into mountain in Norway 22.04.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6804 to 6820

no info 16 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6821

Luftwaffe VB+UP 1939 sank in Narvik Fjord in May 1940 rescued by Norwegian Air Force Museum today on display at Sinsheim

Junker Ju 52 6822 to 6836

no info 15 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3m4ge 6837

Luftwaffe ??+?? FlK LnRgt5 crashed at Horvik due to pilot error 23.03.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6838 to 6843

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6844

Luftwaffe 7U+GK (Now.) KG108 damaged on emergency landing at Fredrikshavn wihtout fuel 09.04.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6845 to 6866

no info 22 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6867

Luftwaffe M3+FA (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6868 to 6872

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6873

Luftwaffe 7U+JK KGV108 damaged during taxi accident at Berlin Staaken 14.06.42 captured at Gardermoen in May 1945 scrapped 1945/46

Junker Ju 52 6874 to 6905

no info 30 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6906

Luftwaffe CF+KB later 4V+KW (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6907 to 6918

no info 20 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6919

Luftwaffe ??+?? Luftverkehrsstaffel Staaken destroyed during emergency landing at Snaroya/Sweden after engine failure (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6920 to 6928

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6929

Luftwaffe ??+?? 1.KG108 crashed at Bodo Norway in bad weather 01.01.1941 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6930 to 6931

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6932

Luftwaffe ??+?? 1.KG108 crashed at Hommelvik Norway in bad weather 02.01.41 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6833 to 6934

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6935

Luftwaffe DR+WC (now.)

Junker Ju 52 6936

Luftwaffe 1Z+AS (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6937 to 6939

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3m 6940

Luftwaffe DR+WH 1.KG108 destroyed in landing accident at Vikna 02.11.41 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6941

no info

Junker Ju 52/3mg4e 6942

Luftwaffe 8A+BK also H4+HL NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE capture May 1945 at Oslo

Junker Ju 52 6943 to 6947

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6948

Luftwaffe ??+?? 1.KG108 damaged at Vigra Norway 22.05.41 Luftwaffe DR+WP 1.KG108 destroyed in bad weather nr. Bodo 04.01.42 (Now./SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6949

no info

Junker Ju 52/3mg5e 6950

Luftwaffe 9P+EL KGV108 damaged during engine emergency landing at Kauhaijokki 17.06.42

Junker Ju 52 6951 to 6956

no info 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg5e 6957

Luftwaffe 7U+EH 1.KG108 emergency landing in bad weather at Aunoy (SIG) 24.02.43 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6958 to 6967

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6968

Luftwaffe TE+DH 1.KG108 crashed nr. Hommelvik 08.10.41 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6969 to 6977

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg5e See 6978

Luftwaffe 7U+FH 1.KG108 missed enroute Aalborg to Tromso 13.11.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 6979 to 6992

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 6993

prob. Lufthansa D-AEHP (Now.) Luftwaffe PB+KA (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 6994

no info

Junker Ju 52 6995

Luftwaffe 1Z+IX 13KGzbV1 emergency landing at Malmo 29.05.42 returned to Germany 13.06.42

Junker Ju 52 6996 to 6999

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7000

Luftwaffe TE+EL later 1Z+FU (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7001 to 7004

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3m7e 7005

MALERT HA-JUG 11.02.41 HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE U-866 06.42 destroyed at Csakvar 12.10.44

Junker Ju 52 7006 to 7008

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7009

Luftwaffe ??+?? 2. See Tr. St. lost 17.11.43 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7010 to 7013

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7014

Luftwaffe VC+ZP later 4V+GR (Now)

Junker Ju 52 7015

Luftwaffe VC+ZQ later 4V+JR (Now)

Junker Ju 52 7016

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7017

IBERIA EC-AAL

Junker Ju 52 7018

Luftwaffe VC+ZW (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7019 to 7028

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7029

named 'Erich Pust' Lufthansa D-APAJ 1941 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 18.02.42

Junker Ju 52 7030 to 7040

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3m3e 7041

MALERT HA-JUH HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE U-867 06.42 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52 7030 to 7043

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7044

prob. Lufthansa D-ABAN (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7045 to 7046

no info 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7047

Luftwaffe KB+RE later 4V+EN (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7048

Luftwaffe KB+RF (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7049

Luftwaffe KB+RH (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7050

Luftwaffe KB+RI (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7051

Luftwaffe KB+RJ later 1Z+LV (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7052

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7053

IBERIA EC-CAJ later EC-ABD Lufthansa D-AQIJ chartered from Iberia 1944 crashed at Echterding 05.09.44

Junker Ju 52 7054 to 7070

no info 17 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7071

IBERIA M-CABU 'Eugenio Gros'

Junker Ju 52 7072 to 7076

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7077

named 'Rudolf Kleine' Lufthansa D-ASDI 1941 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 23.02.42 destroyed in 1944

Junker Ju 52 7078 to 7088

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7089

named 'Gustav Doerr' Lufthansa D-ASHY 1941 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 18.02.42

Junker Ju 52 7090 to 7093

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7094 to 7098

5 aircraft Luftwaffe DD+ZM to DD+ZQ (Now.) 7094 later 1Z+GU 7096 later 1Z+BT

Junker Ju 52 7099

no info

Junker Ju 52 7100

Luftwaffe 9P+HK (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7101 to 7132

no info 32 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7132

Luftwaffe DE+TV (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7133 to 7146

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7147

Luftwaffe KD+HN later 7U+IL with 10.TG4 and 4V+DC crashed 06.11.44 (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7148 to 7159

no info 12 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7160

named 'Lothar von Richthofen' Lufthansa D-ATAW 1941 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 19.02.42

Junker Ju 52 7161 to 7169

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg7e See 7170

Luftwaffe ??+?? 1.KGV108 damaged in bad weather at Bodo 08.12.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 7171

no info

Junker Ju 52 7172

named 'Otto von Beaulieau-Marconay' Lufthansa D-AUXZ 1941 destroyed Gabrenze/Bulgaria 20.10.41

Junker Ju 52 7173 to 7195

no info 23 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7196

Lufthansa D-AXFL IBERIA EC-CAK since 1966 EC-ABE SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-108 withdrawn 1966 today on display at Verkehrsmuseum Berlin registered as D-2201

Junker Ju 52 7197 to 7207

no info 11 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7208

named 'Johannes Hoeroldt' Lufthansa D-AYGX 1941 crashed at Bucharest 22.10.42

Junker Ju 52 7209

no info

Junker Ju 52 7210

Luftwaffe CE+GH (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7211 to 7214

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7215

Luftwaffe CE+GM TG20 (Now.) DNL LN-KAH 'Ulabrand' 07.46 stored at Oslo scrapped in 1955

Junker Ju 52 7216 to 7219

no info 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7220

IBERIA EC-CAN later EC-ABF

Junker Ju 52 7221 to 7228

no info 8 aircraft

Junker Ju 52/3mg7e 7229

Luftwaffe 8A+?? captured at Drontheim in June 1945 DNL LN-KAB 'Tyrihans' (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7230 to 7243

no info 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7244 (se) named 'Olaf Bielensttein' Lufthansa D-AIAG 1942 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 23.12.42 destroyed 1944

Junker Ju 52 7245 to 7249

no info 5 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7250 to 7254

5 aircraft Luftwaffe GA+WV to GA+WZ (Now.)

Junker Ju 52 7255

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7256 (jw) assembled at Merseburg first flight 06.12.41 named 'Th. Schoepwinkel' Lufthansa D-AVIU 1941 AERO O/Y D-AVIU leased from Lufthansa 18.12.41 AERO O/Y OH-LAM 'Karjala' 19.02.42 damaged in ground collision at Malmo 06.07.43 ABA Sweden SE-BUE 1945 AHRENBERG SE-BUE 08.11.51 GIBBES SEPIK AIRWAYS VH-BUU 30.09.55 crashed 17.10.59 at Baiyer River / New Guinea some parts still remain

Junker Ju 52 7257

no info

Junker Ju 52/3mg7e 7258

Luftwaffe ??+?? 1.F22 damaged on emergency landing at Banak following engine failure 08.10.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 7259 to 7267

no info 9 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7268 (se) named 'Karl Hochmuth' Lufthansa D-AIAH 1942 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 18.02.42 destroyed 1944

Junker Ju 52 7269 to 7278

no info 10 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7279 to 7286

Luftwaffe TG+ES to TG+EZ 7279 later 4V+BP

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7287 to 7299

Luftwaffe DG+SA to DG+SM 7291 later 1Z+DU 7296 later 4V+MT 7297 later 4V+CS

Junker Ju 52 7300 to 7316

no info 17 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7317

Luftwaffe BJ+YD San.Flugber. 8 damaged on landing at Kaajani 19.07.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 7300 to 7328

no info 29 aircraft

Junker Ju 52 7329

Luftwaffe NK+MO also 1Z+MW

Junker Ju 52 7330

no info

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7331 to 7351

Luftwaffe BV+OF to BV+OZ 21 aircraft 7331 later 4V+LW 7351 later 4V+EP c/n 7334 7339 to Norway in 1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7352 to 7377

Luftwaffe NJ+KA to NJ+KZ 26 aircraft 7363 Romanian Air Force YR-ALN (tj) 7375 KGV300 damaged on landing at Petsamo 15.09.42 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52 7878 to 7380

no info 3 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7381 to 7389

Luftwaffe VK+PA to VK+PI 9 aircraft 7372 later 4V+BR 7385 later 4V+LP

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7390

Luftwaffe VK+PJ AERO O/Y OH-LAP 1942 Lufthansa D-ACDA 1942 1945 leased from AERO O/Y (se reports c/n as 7490)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7391 to 7406

Luftwaffe VK+PK to VK+PZ 16 aircraft 7395 later 4V+EW 7400 later 1Z+MW

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7407 to 7414

Luftwaffe SN+FA to SN+FH 8 aircraft 7414 later 4V+GD

Junker Ju 52 7415 to 7432

no info probably: Luftwaffe SN+FI to SN+FZ 18 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7433 to 7476

no info 44 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7477 to 7485

Luftwaffe CK+QA to CK+QI 9 aircraft 7480 later 1Z+BD 7483 later 4V+FN

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7486 to 7489

no info probably: Luftwaffe CK+QJ to CK+QN 4 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m Z5 7490 (jw)

first flight at Bernburg 07.05.42 as g8e Luftwaffe CK+QO not taken up converted to Z5 AERO O/Y OH-LAP 'Petsamo' 26.08.42 Lufthansa D-ACDA leased from AERO O/Y 10.42 - 07.43 Lufthansa D-ACDA bought 07.44 probably handed over to US Army in Austria and finally destroyed

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7491 to 7492

no info probably: Luftwaffe CK+QQ to CK+QR 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/mg8e 7493 (jw)

first flight at Bernburg 28.04.42 as g8e Luftwaffe CK+QR not taken up JUNKERS D-AXVA converted to Z5 AERO O/Y OH-LAO 'Waasa' 14.09.42 Lufthansa D-AEAC leased from AERO O/Y 31.10.42 - 03.07.44 ABA SWEDEN SE-BUD 05.45 AHRENSBURG SE-BUD 08.11.51 GIBBES SEPIK AIRWAYS VH-BUV 30.09.55 later VH-GSS 25.08.59 broken up at Madang New Guinea in 1960

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7494 to 7503

no info probably: Luftwaffe CK+QS (7494) to CK+QY (7500) 7 aircraft probably: Luftwaffe CK+QZ or DP+EA (7501) 1 aircraft probably: Luftwaffe DP+EB (7502) to DP+EC (7503) 2 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7504

Luftwaffe DP+ED

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7505 to 7528

no info 24 aircraft probably some out of: Luftwaffe DP+EE to DP+EZ Luftwaffe DP+BA to DP+BY

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7529

Luftwaffe DP+BZ also 1Z+CD

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7530 to 7543

no info probably: Luftwaffe KA+SA to KA+SM 14 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7544

Luftwaffe KA+SN also 1Z+DV

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7545 to 7550

no info probably: Luftwaffe KA+SO to KA+KT or KA+KZ 6 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7551 to 7576

Luftwaffe DG+KA to DG+KZ 26 aircraft 7554 later 4V+DU

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7577 to 7593

Luftwaffe NG+GA to NG+GQ 17 aircraft 7593 later 4V+AR

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7594 to 7600

no info probably: Luftwaffe NG+GR to NG+GX/Y/Z 7 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7601 to 7626

Luftwaffe DI+KA to DI+KZ 26 aircraft 7607 later 4V+BT 7613 later 4V+GT

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7627 to 7652

Luftwaffe DM+WA to DM+WZ 26 aircraft 7627 later 4V+ET 7641 later 4V+GW

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7653 to 7678

Luftwaffe GG+FA to GG+FZ 26 aircraft 7654 later 4V+LV

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7679 to 7698

Luftwaffe GL+KA to GL+KT 20 aircraft 7679 later 4V+EY 7683 later 1Z+LT 7698 later 1Z+CV

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7699 to 7724

no info 26 aircraft probably some out of: Luftwaffe GL+KU to GL+KZ 6 aircraft or Luftwaffe DF+ZA to DF+ZX 24 aircraft

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7725 to 7726

Luftwaffe DF+ZY to DF+ZZ 2 aircraft 7725 later 1Z+AW

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7727 to 7752

Luftwaffe DL+KA to DL+KZ 26 aircraft 7727 later 1Z+AU 7731 later 1Z+BU 7746 later 1Z+ED 7748 later 1Z+JV

Junker Ju 52-3/m 7753 to 7800

no info 48 aircraft No Junkers serial no. above 7800

c/n 130xxx to 131xxx Ju52-3/m 130500 to 130526

Luftwaffe CL+KA to CL+KZ 26 aircraft 130519 later 1Z+DD 130521 later 1Z+GT 130522 later 1Z+HW

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130527 to 130552

Luftwaffe CT+EA to CT+EZ 26 aircraft 130528 later 1Z+GV 130529 later 1Z+HT

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130704

DNL LN-KAE (tj: LN-KAL) 'Pal' SAS LN-KAE (tj: LN-KAL) 'Pal' used to rebuilt LN-KAF (tj)

Junker Ju 52-3/mg8e 130712

captured at Drontheim Sept. 1945 repaired at Horten DNL LN-KAD 'Per' SAS LN-KAD 'Per' taken over from DNL

Junker Ju 52-3/mg8e 130714

captured at Drontheim Sept. 1945 repaired at Horten DNL LN-KAF 'Askeladden' SAS LN-KAF 'Askeladden' taken over from DNL

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130731

DELVET HAVA YOLLARI TC-PEK

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130732

DELVET HAVA YOLLARI TC-RUH

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130740

captured by RAF 28.10.45

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130761

DELVET HAVA YOLLARI TC-SEL

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130862

DELVET HAVA YOLLARI TC-TEZ

Junker Ju 52-3/m 130871

DELVET HAVA YOLLARI TC-ULU

Junker Ju 52-3/m 131150

RAF VM740 captured BEA G-AHOD scrapped at Warrinton 02.48 (tj) GIBBES SEPIK AIRWAYS VH-BUV (not conf. by tj)

Junker Ju 52-3m 131406 (tj) LARES ROMANIA YR-ALL 07.44

Junker Ju 52-3m 131406 (tj) LARES ROMANIA YR-ALM 07.44 AVSAP ??-??? withdrawn from use in 1958

Junker Ju 52-3m 131408 (tj) LARES ROMANIA YR-ALO 07.44 AVSAP ??-??? withdrawn from use in 02.58

Junker Ju 52-3m 131472

Luftwaffe RV+IT crashed in Czechia 30.06.1944 still at crash site

c/n 180xxx Ju52-3/m 180342

Luftwaffe RO+SZ also 1Z+BW

Junker Ju 52-3/m 180348 to 180351

Luftwaffe NP+YF to NP+YI 180348 later 1Z+KU 180349 later 1Z+AD 180351 later 1Z+MU

c/n 500xxx-501xxx are ATG-built Ju52 Ju52-3/m 500116

Luftwaffe GN+OU

Junker Ju 52-3/m 500138

RAF VN756 captured BEA G-AHOJ scrapped at Warrington 02.48

Junker Ju 52-3/m-R12 500146

Luftwaffe JU+BM landed in Sweden 08.05.45 tranfered to USSR 27.08.45

Junker Ju 52-3/m 501191

transfered to Norway May 1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 501195

transfered to RAF 28.10.1945

Junker Ju 52-3/mg8e 501196

Luftwaffe 7U+HK NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE in May 1945 PORTUGUSE AIR FORCE '201' 20.06.1956 stored at Alverca 1971 also registered as '6301' (AHM): delivered in 1950? Luftwaffe registration PN+BN

Junker Ju 52-3/mg8e 501198

Luftwaffe 8A+CK NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE captured at Oslo May 1945

Junker Ju 52-3/mg8e 501219

Luftwaffe PR+WK NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE captured at Gardermoen in May 1945 (AHM): PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '200' 1950 also registered as '6300' wfu 1972 today at Musee do Ar

Junker Ju 52-3/mg8e 501358

Luftwaffe 7U+NL NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE tranfered in May 1945 crashed at Bardufoss 11.08.1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 501441

RAF VM923 captured BEA G-AHOC scrapped at Warrinton/UK in 02.48 (tj)

c/n 521xxx are Amiot-built Ju52 Ju52-3/m 5210078

LUFTWAFFE RAF VN743 captured in 1945 RIJKSLUICHTFAARTSCHOOL PH-UBC 'Oma'

c/n 640xxx to 641xxx Ju52-3/mg14e 640066

Luftwaffe 7U+AK tranfered to RAF VM906 28.10.1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640185

Luftwaffe ??+?? Fl.Fuhr. Norwegen shot down by enemy fighters at Stavanger 18.11.43 (SIG)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640401

Luftwaffe tranfered to Norway in May 1945

Junker Ju 52-3/mg14e U-1 640416

Luftwaffe DF(DP?)+FJ travelling aircraft OKM landed at Bornap in Sweden 02.05.1945 scrapped 1950

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640604

Luftwaffe transfered to RAF 28.10.1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640605

named 'Karl Noack' Lufthansa D-ADQU 1943 Luftwaffe ??+?? chartered 15.09.44 crashed 16.10.44 (PCI)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640608

named 'Hermann Stache' Lufthansa D-ADQV 1943 Luftwaffe ??+?? 1944 crashed into high ground Hestnuten Mountain 16.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640610

named 'Harry Rother' Lufthansa D-ADQW 1943 Luftwaffe ??+?? 1944 crashed 15.01.44 at Belgrade

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640758

Luftwaffe tranfered to RAF 09.10.1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 640994

Luftwaffe tranfered to RAF 28.10.1945

Junker Ju 52-3/m 641007

Luftwaffe tranfered to Norway

Junker Ju 52-3/m 641038

unkn D-AUAV

Junker Ju 52-3/m 641039

unkn D-AUAW

Junker Ju 52-3/m 641040

unkn D-AUAX

Junker Ju 52-3/m 641213

RAF VM741 captured BEA G-AHOL scrapped at Warrington 02.48 (tj)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 641227

RAF VM744 captured BEA G-AHOI scrapped at Warrington 02.48 (tj)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 641364

RAF VM746 captured BEA G-AHOH scrapped at Warrington 02.48 (tj)

Junker Ju 52-3/m 6411375

DDL OY-DFU 'Uffe Viking' 28.01.46 AB AEROTRAFIK SE-AYB 1945 private Mr. Ahrenberg SE-AYB GIBBES SEPIK AIRWAYS VH-BUW 18.03.57 unknown VH-GSW 01.59 crashed in 1960

Hungarian built Ju 52 manufactured by PIRT (Budapest)

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-201 01.44 PIRT 07.44 returned to manufacturer

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-202 01.44 destroyed during low level attack at Vaszar 22.03.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-204 07.44 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-205 07.44 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-206 07.44 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-207 08.44 forced down 02.09.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-208 08.44 destroyed at Vaszar 22.03.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-209 08.44 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-210 09.44 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-211 09.44 destroyed at Vaszar 22.03.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-212 09.44 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-214 10.44 destroyed during air raid 16.01.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-215 10.44 destroyed at Csakvar 13.10.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-216 10.44 destroyed at Vaszar 22.03.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-217 10.44 destroyed at Vaszar 22.03.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-218 10.44 burnt at Papan after collision with Fw190 in Jan. 1945

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-219 10.44 crashed into mountain 12.44

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-220 10.44 destroyed at Vaszar 22.03.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-221 10.44 captured by Soviet troops 05.01.45

Junker Ju 52-3m14e ?????

HUNGARIAN AIR FORCE S-222 10.44 destroyed at Vaszar 22.03.45

More Tailsigns/Operators with unknown serial no.

Ju52-3/m JUNKERS D-AMUO Afrika marketing flight 1937 Ju52-3/mkao JUNKERSWERKE D-ADUF Ju52-3/mgeX JUNKERSWERKE D-ARVD Ju52-3/mgeX JUNKERSWERKE D-AXYX Ju52-3/mgeX JUNKERSWERKE D-AZIK Ju52-3/m REICHSBAHN D-AVAN crashed 06.11.34 at Gross-Rakitt

Further Lufthansa Ju52s:

Ju52 D-ATUF named 'Graf Schlieffen' operated for governmental travels Ju52 D-APAA named 'Otto Kissenberth' operated for governmental travels Ju52 D-AUWA named 'Gerhard Amann' shot down at Ivanca 02.09.44 (se) Ju52 D-AUSS named 'Josef Langheld' crashed at Prujavor/Bosnia 10.01.45 (se) Ju52 D-ASEV built in 1936 delivered 1937 sold to Eurasia in 1937 (se) Ju52 D-ASHE named 'Friedrich Dahmen' crashed at Konorn/Hungary (se) Ju52 D-AOCA named 'Harry Rother' shot down 17.04.44 over Balkan (se) Ju52-3/mg2e D-AYKU 1938 Ju52-3/m D-AEHE Ju52-3/m D-ANIH Far East flight to Tokio Ju52-3/m D-AOLO Ju52-3/mho D-AIYR Ju52-3/mho D-AOAR Ju52-3/mreo D-AWBR 1937 Ju52-3/mg2e D-AUGI 01.12.37 Ju52 D-ARES 1934 (se) Ju52 D-AGYS 1935 (se) Ju52 D-AMON 1935 (se) Ju52 D-AMYR 1935 transfered to TELEFUNKEN in 1936 (se) Ju52 D-APIR 1935 (se) Ju52 D-AXOD 1935 (se) Ju52 D-ABUA 1936 (se) Ju52 D-ATVO 1939 (se) Ju52 D-ALUS crashed at Roubion France 24.02.39 10 dead (PCI) Ju52 D-AVFP (se: D-AVFB) 'Otto von Beaulieau Marconay' delivered 1938 crashed at Grisson Switzerland 01.10.38 13 dead (PCI)

Further Eurasia Ju52s:

Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XV 11.09.34 Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XVII 24.10.35 06.05.39 destroyed during Japanese attack at Hanchung Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XVIII 29.12.35 01.08.37 destroyed at Kunming Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XIX 19.07.36 destroyed at Kunming tj reports tht XIX was shot down by Japanese bombers 13.04.39 while enroute Hanoi to Kunming. It should have been repaired by 10.39 Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XX 11.03.37 Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XXI 27.05.37 16.07.38 destroyed at Hankow Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XXIV 26.08.37 Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XXII 14.03.38 Ju52-3/m EURASIA EU-XXIII 06.09.38 12.03.39 crashed at Weining

Further Iberia Ju52s:

Ju52-3/m M-CABA 'Sanjurjo' max to 1940 Ju52-3/m M-CABB 'Morato' max to 1940 Ju52-3/m M-CABD max to 1940 Ju52-3/m M-CABE 'La Cierva' max to 1940 Ju52-3/m M-CABO 'Mola' max to 1940 Ju52-3/m M-CABY max to 1940 Ju52-3/m M-CSAN max to 1940

Further South African Airways Ju52s:

Ju52-3/m ZS-AJF 'Andries Pretorius'/'Earl of Caledon' 07.37 in 1940 to SAAF (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-AJG 'Piet Retief' 10.37 in 1940 to SAAF (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-AJI 'Major Warden'/'President Burgers' 09.37 in 1940 to SAAF (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-AJJ 'Sir George Grey' 11.37 in 1940 to SAAF (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-AKY 'Earl of Caledon' 06.37 crashed 14.06.37 at Rand (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-ALO 'WIllem A. van der Stel' 01.38 in 1940 to SAAF (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-ALP 'Louis Botha' 10.37 in 1940 to SAAF (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-ALR 'Paul Kruger' 03.38 in 1940 to SAAF (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-ALS 'Sir Harry Smith'/'Thomas Halstead 01.38 in 1940 to SAAF as 668 (tj) Ju52-3/m ZS-ALU 'Sir Peregrine Maitland' 04.38 in 1940 to SAAF (tj)

Further CSA Ju52s:

Ju52-3/m OK-PCC Ju52-3/m OK-PDC Ju52-3/m OK-TOI Ju52-3/m OK-ZDO one of the four CSA crashed at Prague 05.03.46 engine trbl. (tj) Ju52-3/m BATA-SCHUH OK-ZBB Ju52-3/m BEA G-AHOE scrapped at Warrington 02.48 (tj) Ju52-3/m ESTONIAN AGO ES-AGO 1940 captured by Soviet forces AEROFLOT ES-AGO until 1941 Ju52-3/m ESTONIAN AGO ES-AUL 1940 captured by Soviet forces AEROFLOT ES-AUL until 1941 Ju52-3/m DDL OY-DFY 'Trym Viking' Ju52-3/m AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-BAB 'Tierra del Fuego' Ju52-3/m AEROPOSTA ARGENTINA LV-CAB Ju52-3/mlu JU-EZI later JI-BIZI

Amiot AAC.1 Production List since 1944

ARMEE DE L'AIR Q169

AAC.1 AAC001

AIR FRANCE F-BAJA transfered to French Air Force

AAC.1 AAC002

AIR FRANCE F-BAJB

AAC.1 AAC003

AIR FRANCE F-BAJC transfered to French Air Force

AAC.1 AAC004

AIR FRANCE F-BAJD

AAC.1 AAC005

AIR FRANCE F-BAJE transfered to French Air Force PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE '6315' 01.12.60 wfu 1971 (1968?)

AAC.1 AAC006

AIR FRANCE F-BAJG transferered to French Air Force

AAC.1 AAC007

AIR FRANCE F-BAJH transfered to French Air Force AIR FRANCE F-BBOF later

AAC.1 AAC008

AIR FRANCE F-BAJI transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC009 to AAC012

no info 4 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC013

AIR FRANCE F-BAJJ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC014

AIR FRANCE F-BAJK

AAC.1 AAC015

AIR FRANCE F-BAJL

AAC.1 AAC016

AIR FRANCE F-BAJM 'Oradour' transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC017

AIR FRANCE F-BAJN transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC018

AIR FRANCE F-BAJO transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC019

AIR FRANCE F-BAJP

AAC.1 AAC020

AIR FRANCE F-BAJS transfered to French Navy (tj)

AAC.1 AAC021 to AAC035

no info 15 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC036

AIR FRANCE F-BAJU transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC037

AIR FRANCE F-BAJV transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC038

AIR FRANCE F-BAJX transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC039 to AAC043

no info 5 aircraft probably F-BAKE F-BAKG F-BAKI

AAC.1 AAC044

AIR FRANCE F-BAJT

AAC.1 AAC045 to AAC047

no info 2 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC048

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE '6317' 26.11.60 wfu 1971 (1968?) today at Duxford as IZ+NK

AAC.1 AAC049 to AAC052

no info 4 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC053

PORTUG. AIR FORCE (FAP) '6320' 26.11.60 1971 (1967?) today at Hohn Air Force Base Germany

AAC.1 AAC054

no info

AAC.1 AAC055

AIR FRANCE F-BAKM

AAC.1 AAC056

AIR FRANCE F-BAKN 01.02.45 01.02.53

AAC.1 AAC057

AIR FRANCE F-BAKO

AAC.1 AAC058

AIR FRANCE F-BAKP

AAC.1 AAC059

AIR FRANCE F-BAKQ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC060

AIR FRANCE F-BAKR

AAC.1 AAC061 to AAC070

no info 10 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC071

AIR FRANCE F-BAKS

AAC.1 AAC072

AIR FRANCE F-BAKT transfered to French Air Force F-RBDA (tj)

AAC.1 AAC073

AIR FRANCE F-BAKU Cie GLE DE TRANSPORT LR-AAC 'Beiteddine'

AAC.1 AAC074

AIR FRANCE F-BAKV

AAC.1 AAC075

AIR FRANCE F-BAKX transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC076

AIR FRANCE F-BAKY transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC077

AIR FRANCE F-BAKZ to Yugoslavia YU-???? (tj)

AAC.1 AAC078

AIR FRANCE F-BALA to Yugoslavia YU-???? (tj)

AAC.1 AAC079

AIR FRANCE F-BALB transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC080

AIR FRANCE F-BALC

AAC.1 AAC081 to AAC089

no info 10 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC090

AIR FRANCE F-BALE

AAC.1 AAC091

AIR FRANCE F-BALF

AAC.1 AAC092

AIR FRANCE F-BALG transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC093

AIR FRANCE F-BALH to Belgium OO-HOE (tj)

AAC.1 AAC094

AIR FRANCE F-BALI transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC095

AIR FRANCE F-BALJ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC096

AIR FRANCE F-BALK

AAC.1 AAC097

AIR FRANCE F-BALL

AAC.1 AAC098

AIR FRANCE F-BALM

AAC.1 AAC099

AIR FRANCE F-BALN transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC100

AIR FRANCE F-BALO

AAC.1 AAC101

AIR FRANCE F-BAKK transfered to French Air Force F-RAQB (tj)

AAC.1 AAC102

AIR FRANCE F-BAKL

AAC.1 AAC103

AIR FRANCE F-BALD

AAC.1 AAC104

AIR FRANCE F-BAMO transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC105

AIR FRANCE F-BAMP transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC106

AIR FRANCE F-BAMQ

AAC.1 AAC107

AIR FRANCE F-BAMR transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC108

AIR FRANCE F-BAMS

AAC.1 AAC109

AIR FRANCE F-BAMT Cie GLE DE TRANSPORT L-RAMT Cie GLE DE TRANSPORT LR-AAJ 'Safa'

AAC.1 AAC110

AIR FRANCE F-BAMU

AAC.1 AAC111

AIR FRANCE F-BAMV

AAC.1 AAC112

AIR FRANCE F-BAMX

AAC.1 AAC113

AIR FRANCE F-BAMY Cie GLE DE TRANSPORT L-RAMY Cie GLE DE TRANSPORT LR-AAI 'El Arz'

AAC.1 AAC114

AIR FRANCE F-BAMZ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC115

AIR FRANCE F-BANA transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC116 to AAC126

no info 11 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC127

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUG. AIR FORCE '6322' 01.12.60 1971

AAC.1 AAC128 to AAC135

no info 8 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC136

AIR FRANCE F-BANB crashed Gemenos/France 04.06.47

AAC.1 AAC137

AIR FRANCE F-BANC

AAC.1 AAC138

AIR FRANCE F-BAND

AAC.1 AAC139

AIR FRANCE F-BANE

AAC.1 AAC140

AIR FRANCE F-BANF transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC141

AIR FRANCE F-BANG

AAC.1 AAC142

AIR FRANCE F-BANH transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC143

AIR FRANCE F-BANI transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC144

AIR FRANCE F-BANJ

AAC.1 AAC145

AIR FRANCE F-BANK

AAC.1 AAC146

AIR FRANCE F-BANL today at the Mosquito Museum London

AAC.1 AAC147

AIR FRANCE F-BANM transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC148

AIR FRANCE F-BANN S.A.P. CS-ADA 01.01.57 (tj: 01.52) (MC reports ths aircraft already wfu 27.10.47 with S.A.P. and returned to France as F-BDYK) AIR FRANCE F-BDYK

AAC.1 AAC149

AIR FRANCE F-BANO

AAC.1 AAC150

AIR FRANCE F-BANP

AAC.1 AAC151

AIR FRANCE F-BANQ

AAC.1 AAC152

AIR FRANCE F-BANR transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC153

AIR FRANCE F-BANS transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC154 to AAC179

no info 26 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC180

transfered to French Air Force F-BDYI (tj)

AAC.1 AAC181 to AAC193

no info 13 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC194

transfered to French Air Force (tj) SANA F-BBZF transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC195

AIR FRANCE F-BBYJ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC196

SANA F-BBZG transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC197

SANA F-BBZH transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC198 to AAC201

no info 4 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC202

transfered to French Air Force (tj) SANA F-BBZI

AAC.1 AAC203

transfered to French Air Force (tj) SANA F-BBZJ

AAC.1 AAC204

transfered to French Air Force (tj) SANA F-BBZK 'Kerjean'

AAC.1 AAC205

PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '6315' 01.12.60 wfu 1971 today at Museo do Ar Alverca Portugal (AHM): reports register '6311' wfu 1969

AAC.1 AAC206 to AAC215

no info 9 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC216

ARMEE DE L'AIR 334/DG today on display at Musee de l'air Paris France

AAC.1 AAC217 to AAC220

no info 4 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC221

AIR FRANCE F-BBYA transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC222

AIR FRANCE F-BBYB transfered to French Air Force (tj) YUGOSLAV AIR FORCE YU-???? today at Belgrade Museum as Air France F-BBYB

AAC.1 AAC223

AIR FRANCE F-BBYC transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC224

AIR FRANCE F-BBYD transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC225

AIR FRANCE F-BBYE transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC226

AIR FRANCE F-BBYF

AAC.1 AAC227

AIR FRANCE F-BBYG

AAC.1 AAC228

AIR FRANCE F-BBYH

AAC.1 AAC229

AIR FRANCE F-BBYI

AAC.1 AAC230

AIR ATLAS F-BBZL

AAC.1 AAC231

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BBYK

AAC.1 AAC232

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BBYL

AAC.1 AAC233

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BBYM transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC234

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BBYN transfered to French Air Force (tj) PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) 01.12.60 wfu 1971

AAC.1 AAC235

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BBYO transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC236

Ste AERO CARGO F-BBYP transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC237 (tj) F-BBYQ later to French Air Force

AAC.1 AAC238 (tj) F-BBYR later to French Air Force

AAC.1 AAC239 (tj) F-BBYS later to French Air Force

AAC.1 AAC240 (tj) F-BBYT

AAC.1 AAC241 (tj) F-BBYU later to French Air Force

AAC.1 AAC242 to AAC245

no info 4 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC246

SANA F-BBZA 'Kerguern' transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC247

SANA F-BBZB transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC248

SANA F-BBZC

AAC.1 AAC249

SANA F-BBZD transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC250

SANA F-BBZE transfered to French Air Force F-RAUQ F-RAOF (tj)

AAC.1 AAC251 to AAC254

no info 4 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC255

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUG. AIR FORCE (FAP) '6316' 01.12.60 1971 today on display at Imperial War Museum Duxford England as IZ+NK (AHM) reports this aircraft as '6317' wfu 1966

AAC.1 AAC256 to AAC257

no info 2 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC258

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) '6320' 01.12.60 wfu 1971 (AHM): reports register '6313' wfu 1967 today at Alverca today at Fliegerhorst Hohn LTG63 as IZ+IK

AAC.1 AAC259 to AAC280

no info 22 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC281

F-BCAA

AAC.1 AAC282

F-BCAB transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC283

F-BCAC transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC284

CTA F-BCAD aircraft crashed 01.11.46 (PCI)

AAC.1 AAC285

no info

AAC.1 AAC286

F-BCAE transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC287

F-BCAF transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC288

no info

AAC.1 AAC289

AERONAVALE01.02.60

AAC.1 AAC290

no info

AAC.1 AAC291

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUGUESE AIR FORCE (FAP) 01.12.60 wfu 1971

AAC.1 AAC292 to AAC307

no info 16 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC308

F-BCHE

AAC.1 AAC309

F-BCHF transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC310

Ste AERO CARGO F-BCHB transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC311

F.BCHD transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC312

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BCHA transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC313

F-BCHC transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC314

F-BCHI transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC315

AIR FRANCE F-BCHJ AIR ATLAS F-BCHJ 'Ville d'ouidjda' transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC316

AIR ATLAS F-BCHK 'Ville de Marrakech' JAT Yugoslavia YU-ACE (tj) crashed 29.06.1951 nr. Rijeka enroute to Zagreb killing 14 on board.

AAC.1 AAC317

AIR ATLAS F-BCHL 'Ville de Rabat'

AAC.1 AAC318

AIR ATLAS F-BCHM

AAC.1 AAC319

AIR ATLAS F-BCHN

AAC.1 AAC320

AIR ATLAS F-BCHO 'Ville de Safi' transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC321

AIR FRANCE F-BCHP AIR ATLAS F-BCHP 'Ville de Mogador' transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC322

AIR ATLAS F-BCHQ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC323

F-BCHH

AAC.1 AAC324

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BCHG transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC325

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUG. AIR FORCE (FAP) '6321' 01.12.60 1971 (1964?)

AAC.1 AAC326 to AAC333

no info 8 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC334

ARMEE DE L'AIR G operated by GT1/34 Bearn

AAC.1 AAC335 to AAC356

no info 22 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC357

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUG. AIR FORCE '6323' 01.12.60 1971 (1967?)

AAC.1 AAC358 to AAC362

no info 5 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC363

ARMEE DE L'AIR used until 1957 transfered to Deutsches Museum Munich

AAC.1 AAC364 to AAC365

no info 2 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC366

ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUGESE AIR FORCE '6312' 01.12.60 wfu 1971

AAC.1 AAC367 to AAC379

no info 13 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC380

F-BCHT transfered to French Air Force (tj) transfered to French Navy

AAC.1 AAC381

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BCHX transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC382

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BDYA transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC383

F-BCHZ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC384

F-BCHR transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC385

F-BDYB transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC386

F-BCHU transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC387

TAI AIGLE AZUR F-BCHY transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC388

F-BDYJ transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC389

F-BCHS transfered to French Air Force (tj) transfered to French Army F-BDYM

AAC.1 AAC390

F-BDYD transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC391

F-BCHV transfered to French Air Force F-UIIK (tj)

AAC.1 AAC392

PORTUG. AIR FORCE (FAP) '6318' 01.12.60 1971 (1967?)

AAC.1 AAC393 to AAC397

no info 5 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC398

F-BDYF transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC399

F-BDYG transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC400

F-BDYC transfered to French Air Force (tj)

AAC.1 AAC401

F-BDYH (tj)

AAC.1 AAC402 to AAC403

no info 2 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC404

ANA F-BDYE

AAC.1 AAC405 to AAC414

no info 10 aircraft

AAC.1 AAC415

ARMEE DE L'AIR 1948 last built AAC.1 built in 1948 Additional AAC.1 registrations: (AHM) reports: PORTUG. AIR FORCE (FAP) '6319' 1960 to 1967 should be c/n 1011??? from ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUG. AIR FORCE (FAP) '6324' 1960 to 1967 should be c/n 1009??? from ARMEE DE L'AIR PORTUG. AIR FORCE (FAP) '6325' 1960 c/n unkn. just stored nver operated from ARMEE DE L'AIR

Casa 352 / 352L Production List since 1945

Casa 352.L 028

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-118 stored at Alcantarilla since 1971

Casa 352 029

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-119

Casa 352 030

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-120

Casa 352.L 031

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-121 withdrawn 1971 unkown British operator G-BECL since 1971 today on display at Coventry as Luftwaffe N9+AA

Casa 352 032

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-122

Casa 352 033

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-123

Casa 352 034

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-124

Casa 352 035

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-125

Casa 352 036

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-126

Casa 352.L 037

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-127 withdrawn 1971 today at Hermeskeil on display as D-CIAD

Casa 352 038 to 049

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-128 to T.2B-139

Casa 352.L 050

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-140 today on display at Sinsheim as Luftwaffe RJ+NP

Casa 352 051

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-141

Casa 352.L 052

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-142 built in 1947 unkn. US operator N9012N damaged by storm at Dublin 1986 today on display at Svedlino''s Museum as Luftwaffe N9+A7

Casa 352 053

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-143

Casa 352.L 054

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-144 unkn. US operator N88927 1971 AIR CLASSIC COLLECTION D-CIAS today on display at Munich Airport as D-CIAS

Casa 352 055 to 066

no info 12 aircraft one of them:

Casa 352L ????

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-148 unkn. USA N99234 located at Mineapolis WESTERN CANADIAN AVIATION MUSEUM C-GARM 1985 ferried to Bristol rebuilt as Ju52/1m by Bristol Aerospace and exhibited at Western Canadian Aviation Museum today.

Casa 352.L 067

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-176 unkn. US operator N99059 1971 today operated by CAF as Luftwaffe IZ+AR

Casa 352 068 to 095

no info 28 aircraft

Casa 352.L 096

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-165 (?) KURFISS AVIATION D-CIAK 1972 on display at Dusseldorf Airport VEREIN ZUR FORDERUNG HISTORISCHER FLUGGERÄTE 1997 rebuilt into flying condition operated by Ju-Air

Casa 352.L 100

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-209 withdrawn 1971 and used as Cafe at Placenia today on display at Sinsheim as D-2527

Casa 352 101

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-210

Casa 352.L 102

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-211 witdhrawn 1971 today on display at Museo del Aire at Madrid

Casa 352.L 103

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-212 witdrawn 1971 unkn. UK operator G-BCEL today under restauration at France as Luftwaffe N9+AA in flying condition

Casa 352 104 to 134

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-213 to T.2B-243

Casa 352.L 135

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-244 withdrawn 1971 today on display at USAF Museum as Luftwaffe aircraft

Casa 352 136 to 144

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-245 to T.2B-253

Casa 352.L 145

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-254 withdrawn 1971 today on display at Museo del Aire at Madrid

Casa 352.L 146

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-255 withdrawn 1971 DOUG ARNOLD G-BFHD 11.71 stored at Blackbushe Airport / London Lufthansa bought restaurated and donated to NASM today on display at NASM as Lufthansa D-ADLH

Casa 352 147

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-256

Casa 352.L 148

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-257 built 1956 withdrawn 1971 AIR CLASSIC COLLECTION D-CIAL 1972 today on display at Sinsheim as Lufthansa D-AQUI

Casa 352 149 to 152

no info 4 aircraft

Casa 352.L 153

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-262 (tj) stored at Getafe since 1971 DOUG ARNOLD G-BFHG 11.71 stored at Blackbushe Airport / London later moved to Kermit Weeks in Florida in 09.83

Casa 352 154

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-261

Casa 352.L 155

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-262 ??? withdrawn 1971 today on display at Kermit Weeks Florida as Luftwaffe VZ+NK

Casa 352 156 to 162

no info 7 aircraft

Casa 352.L 163

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-272 today at RAF Aerospace Museum as G-AFAP

Casa 352.L 164

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-273 withdrawn 1971 DOUG ARNOLD G-BFHE 11.71 stored at Blackbushe Airport / London SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ZS-AFA / ZS-UYU 08.81 used for sight seeing flights

Casa 352 165 to 167

no info 3 aircraft

Casa 352.L 168

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-275 DOUG ARNOLD G-BFHF 11.71 stored at Blackbushe Airport / London today at Bochum on display D-ADAM 01.86 (tj reports this aircraft as c/n 166 RJ+NP of Sinsheim? see c/n 050)

Casa 352 169 to 170

no info 2 aircraft probably built in 1954

Casa 352.L ???

SPANISH AIR FORCE T.2B-189 stored at Getafe since 1971


Junkers Ju 252 / Ju 352 Production List

Ju252V1 001

JUNKERSWERKE D-ADCC 05.06.1942 first flight Luftwaffe D-ADCC Aug. 1942 experimental flights at Rechlin JUNKERSWERKE used for the Ju352 developement redesignated as Ju352V1

Ju252V2 002

JUNKERSWERKE D-???? 01.08.1942 first flight

Ju252V3 003

JUNKERSWERKE D-???? 12.11.1942 first flight Luftwaffe Dec. 1942

Ju252V4 004

Luftwaffe Oct. 1942 first Ju252 equipped with military equipment

Ju252V5 / A1 005

Luftwaffe Nov. 1942 first serial production plane crashed at Grosseto while with LTS290 1943

Ju252V6 / A1 006

Luftwaffe Dec. 1942

Ju252V7 / A1 007

Luftwaffe Feb. 1943

Ju252V8 / A1 008

JUNKERSWERKE May 1943 used for experimental flights

Ju252V9 / A1 009

JUNKERSWERKE 1943 used as engine test bed

Ju252A1 010

Luftwaffe 1943

Ju252A1 011

Luftwaffe 1943

Ju252A1 012

Luftwaffe 1943

Ju252A1 013

Luftwaffe 1943

Ju252A1 014

Luftwaffe 1943

Ju252-V15 / A1 015

JUNKERSWERKE 1943 used as engine test bed

Ju352V1 001

JUNKERSWERKE 01.10.1943 rebuilt from Ju252V1

Ju352-A1 100021

Luftwaffe ??+?? June 1944

Ju352-A1 100021 to 100044

Luftwaffe ??+?? 23 aircraft delivered between June and Sept. 1944 A total of 44 Ju352 were built in 1944. Ju352V6 ground collision with Ju188E1 03.05.1944


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  • Photographic Site Airliners.net: http://www.airliners.net/
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