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Hersteller: fowulf

Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau GmbH







Focke Wulf FW 58 Weihe, Training and Liaison Aircraft





1925 - Focke Wulf S 1, Trainer





1927 - Focke Wulf W 4, Sea based reconnaissance





1928 - Focke Wulf S 24 a, Trainer





1930 - Focke Wulf / Albatros L 101 D, Trainer


The L101 is one of the aircraft which were used to train the later Luftwaffe pilots. Some 60 were build.  



1931 - Focke Wulf S 39, Reconnaissance





1932 - Focke Wulf FW 40, Reconnaissance





1932 - Focke Wulf W 7, Sea based reconnaissance aircraft





1933 - Focke Wulf FW 55 L, Training aircraft





1933 - Focke Wulf FW 56 Stösser, Fighter trainer





1934 - Focke Wulf FW 44 Stieglitz, Training and sports aircraft


The Stieglitz wasd developed by Kurt Tank. It was designed as a biplane to get an aircraft that is specially suited to aerobatics training.  



1934 - Focke Wulf FW 61, Helicopter





1936 - Focke Wulf FW 62, Sea based reconnaissance





1937 - Focke Wulf FW 159, Fighter aircraft





1937 - Focke Wulf FW 200 A Condor, Maritime long range patrol bomber





1937 - Focke Wulf FW 57, Destroyer





1938 - Focke Wulf FW 187, Destroyer





1938 - Focke Wulf FW 189 Uhu, Reconnaissance aircraft





1939 - Focke Wulf FW 190 A-8 Würger, Fighter





1940 - Focke Wulf FW 191, Heavy bomber





1942 - Focke Wulf FW 190 D, Fighter-bomber





1942 - Focke Wulf Triebflügel, Project





1943 - Focke Wulf Ta 152, High-altitude fighter





1943 - Focke Wulf Ta 154 Mosquito, Heavy fighter aircraft





1944 - Focke Wulf Ta 183 Flitzer, Fighter prototype






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