The Dornier Komet, Merkur, Do C, Do D, and Do T were a family of aircraft manufactured in Germany during the 1920s, originally as small airliners, but which saw military use as well.
The earliest aircraft in the series were basically landplane versions of the Delphin flying boat, and although the Delphin and Komet / Merkur series diverged from each other, design changes and refinements from one family were often incorporated into the other.
All variants were braced high-winged single-engine monoplanes with conventional landing gear.
Do C III Komet I
First of the Komet series
Do Komet II
Do Komet III
larger, more powerful four-six passenger version.
Do B Merkur I
Do B Bal Merkur II
Military version of the Komet III
Do-10, development of C-1.
A much revised floatplane torpedo bomber version for the Royal Yugoslav Air Force
An ambulance version.
12.5 m (41 ft 0 in)
19.6 m (64 ft 4 in)
3.56 m (11 ft 8 in)
62.0 m2 (667 sq ft)
2,100 kg (4,630 lb)
3,600 kg (7,937 lb)
1 × BMW VI water-cooled V-12 engine, 450 kW (600 hp)