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Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1 March 1926 to 28 July 1926
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Photo ID:414569Submit Correction
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A metal twin-float monoplane airliner designed by Karl Theiss, the V.61 was identical to the V.59 except that the BMW IV engine was replaced by a Bristol Jupiter radial. The sole example, D-925 never really served with LFG's airline, Luftverkehr Pommern, as it was built for the 1926 Deutscher Seeflug competition in which it was wrecked on 28 July. It is seen wearing race number 3. Photo from: ETH-Bibliothek Zürich
Registration / Serial:D-925
Aircraft Version:LFG V.61
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Luftverkehr Pommern
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1 March 1926 to 28 July 1926
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Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1 March 1926 to 28 July 1926
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:414569Submit Correction
View count: 265
A metal twin-float monoplane airliner designed by Karl Theiss, the V.61 was identical to the V.59 except that the BMW IV engine was replaced by a Bristol Jupiter radial. The sole example, D-925 never really served with LFG's airline, Luftverkehr Pommern, as it was built for the 1926 Deutscher Seeflug competition in which it was wrecked on 28 July. It is seen wearing race number 3. Photo from: ETH-Bibliothek Zürich
Registration / Serial:D-925
Aircraft Version:LFG V.61
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Luftverkehr Pommern
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1 March 1926 to 28 July 1926
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Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1925 to 1927
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:414524Submit Correction
View count: 184
The Luftfahrzeug-Gesellschaft (LFG) V.130 was a landplane variant of the V.13 seaplane. Seven V.130s were operated by the manufacturer's Pomeranian airline, Luftverkehr Pommern. The company title and the Pomerian coat of arms, a griffin, appear to be on the passenger door while the larger text reads 'max. useful load 700 kg'. Photo from: SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / Serial:D-796
Aircraft Version:LFG V.130
C/n (msn):110
Operator / Titles:Luftverkehr Pommern
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1925 to 1927
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Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1925 to 1927
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Photo ID:414524Submit Correction
View count: 184
The Luftfahrzeug-Gesellschaft (LFG) V.130 was a landplane variant of the V.13 seaplane. Seven V.130s were operated by the manufacturer's Pomeranian airline, Luftverkehr Pommern. The company title and the Pomerian coat of arms, a griffin, appear to be on the passenger door while the larger text reads 'max. useful load 700 kg'. Photo from: SLUB / Deutsche Fotothek
Registration / Serial:D-796
Aircraft Version:LFG V.130
C/n (msn):110
Operator / Titles:Luftverkehr Pommern
Location:Not known
Country:Germany
Photo Date:1925 to 1927
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive