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Ago Ao 192 B Der Kurier, Germany , Light Utility Transport 

 

 
 

Junkers F 13 a, Germany, 1919 , Airliner 

 

The F13 was designed in 1918 especially for passenger transport. That made it the first true airliner. It was in use throughout the world, as passenger and freight airliners, for post flying and for various expeditions. More than 350 have been build. The F13 was build in various subtypes, with different engines, open or closed cockpit, sea- or landplane, etc.

 
 

Fokker F VII, Netherlands, 1924 , Airliner 

 

 
 

Junkers G 24 a, Germany, 1925 , Airliner, Transport, Bomber 

 

 
 

Latécoère 171, France, 1928 , Mail aircraft 

 

 
 

Douglas Dolphin, USA, 1930 , Amphibian multi-purpose aircraft 

 

 
 

Douglas RD 4, USA, 1930 , Amphibian multi-purpose aircraft 

 

 
 

Alfred Comte AC 11, Switzerland, 1931 , Liaison aircraft, geodaetic services 

 

 
 

Junkers Ju 52 cao, Germany, 1932 , Sea based transport 

 

 
 

De Havilland DH 89 Dragon Rapide, United Kingdom, 1933 , Light Airliner 

 

The DH89 was developed from the four engine DH86. It was in service to the 60ies as an airliner and with the RAF.

 
 

De Havilland DH 89 Dominie, United Kingdom, 1933 , Light Airliner, Trainer 

 

The DH89 was developed from the four engine DH86. It was in service to the 60ies as an airliner and with the RAF.

 
 

Dornier Do 15 Wal, Germany, 1933 , Flying boat 

 

 
 

Vickers Vincent, United Kingdom, 1933 , Multi-Purpose Aircraft 

 

 
 

Airspeed AS 6 Envoy, United Kingdom, 1934 , Light transport aircraft 

 

 
 

FMA Ae T 1, Argentina, 1934 , Light passenger aircraft 

 

 
 

Focke Wulf FW 61, Germany, 1934 , Helicopter 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 70 F, Germany, 1934 , Airmail plane, long range reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Lockheed Model 10 A Electra, USA, 1934 , Light transport aircraf 

 

 
 

Vickers Valentia, United Kingdom, 1934 , Troop transport 

 

 
 

Bristol Type 130 Bombay Mk. I, United Kingdom, 1935 , Bomber / Transporter 

 

 
 

Caproni Bergamaschi Ca 309 Ghibli, Italy, 1935 , general-purpose / light reconnaissance bomber 

 

 
 

Caproni Bergamaschi Ca 306 Borea, Italy, 1935 , general-purpose / light reconnaissance bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers Ju 52/3M Tante Ju, Germany, 1935 , Airliner and transport 

 

The JU 52 was designed as an airliner, similar to the DC 3's role and it was quite successful. During the war the JU 52 became the standard transport and was used throughout the war on every scene. Some have been build after the war in Spain (Casa) and France (Amiot)

 
 

Savoia Marchetti SM 81 Pipistrello, Italy, 1935 , Bomber / Transport 

 

 
 

Vultee L-1A / O-49 Vigilant, USA, 1935 , Liaison aircraft 

 

The L-1 liaison aircraft is the military variant of the Stinson model 74. The Vigilant had a full-span automatic slots and slotted flaps, so it was able to use even smallest airfields. They could be used in various roles, for example as glider tug, artillery spotting, emergency rescue, light transport, even as espionage aircraft and for light bimbing missions.

 
 

Caproni Ca 133, Italy, 1936 , Airliner, Transport, Bomber 

 

 
 

Douglas C 50, USA, 1936 , Transport aircraft 

 

 
 

Handley Page Hadrian, United Kingdom, 1936 , Passenger and transport aircraft 

 

 
 

Handley Page HP 54 Harrow, United Kingdom, 1936 , Heavy bomber / Transport 

 

 
 

Lisunov Li 2 "Cab", Russia, 1936 , Transport and airliner 

 

As a modified license build DC3, the Li2 was in use in every role known from the DC3. After the war, it was used as an airliner and in various roles in the warsaw pact air forces.

 
 

Lockheed Model 12 A, USA, 1936 , Light transport aircraft 

 

 
 

Lockheed C 40 / UC 40, USA, 1936 , Light transport aircraft 

 

 
 

Savoia Marchetti SM 75 Marsupiale, Italy, 1936 , Transport aircraft 

 

 
 

Beech Model 18, USA, 1937 , Commuter 

 

The Beech 18 was designed as a fast light travelling airplane. It was build throughout the war for over 30 years.

 
 

Beech C 45 H Expeditor, USA, 1937 , Commuter 

 

The Beech 18 was designed as a fast light travelling airplane. It was build throughout the war for over 30 years.

 
 

Boeing, USA, 1937 , Transport 

 

 
 

De Havilland DH 91 Albatross, United Kingdom, 1937 , Airliner and transport aircraft 

 

 
 

DFS 230, Germany, 1937 , Transport glider 

 

Designed at the DFS by Hans Jacobs, it was a glider for paratrooper assault operations, like the british Horsa. Until 1944 some 1600 have been build.

 
 

Dornier Do 24 T, Germany, 1937 , Flying Boat for transport, sea surveillance and search and rescue 

 

The Do 24 was the most successful flying boat in germany. During WW II it was in use for long range reconnaissance, search and rescue and transport. Do 24 were build in germany, the netherlands an france. Some were in service long after the war. During the 80ies Dornier build the Model ATT.

 
 

Percival Q 6 Petrel, United Kingdom, 1937 , communicationsaircraft / feederliner 

 

 
 

Zlin XIII, Czech Republic, 1937 , Liaison Aircraft 

 

 
 

Cessna UC 78 Bobcat, USA, 1938 , Commuting Airplane 

 

 
 

Grumman G 21 A / JRF Goose, USA, 1938 , Multi-role amphibian flying boat 

 

 
 

Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 139, Germany, 1938 , Sea based transport aircraft 

 

 
 

Lioré et Olivier LeO 130 M, France, 1938 , Multi purpose flying boat 

 

 
 

Martin 170 / JRM Mars, USA, 1938 , Long range flying boat 

 

 
 

Supermarine Sea Otter, United Kingdom, 1938 , Communications- and rescue flying boat 

 

       

 

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