/ Junkers G.24
The Junkers G.24 was a German three-engine, all-metal low-wing monoplane passenger aircraft manufactured by Junkers from 1925.
Junkers F 24 was the designation for single-engine versions of the same aircraft.
G 24 Prototype
Powered by one 130 kW (180 hp) BMW IIIa and two 75 kW (100 hp) Mercedes D.I engines in 1924.
Improved version with one 145 kW (195 hp) Junkers L2 (195 hp) and two 120 kW (160 hp) Mercedes D.IIIa engines in 1925
Powered by three 145 kW (195 hp) Junkers L2 engines, attachment on wings, smaller engine cowlings, sometimes also a 230 kW (310 hp) Junkers L5 as a central engine.
Two aircraft destined for Italy were fitted with 221 kW (296 hp) Isotta Fraschini central engines.
with three Junkers L2, strengthened attachments and engine mountings
seaplane version of the G 24ba for Aero O/Y
with one Junkers L5 centre engine and two L2 engines
with three Junkers L5, enlarged wing attachment since 1926
with three Junkers L5
strengthened attachments, smaller engine cowlings
enlarged centre wing attachments
further enlarged wing attachments
seaplane version of G 24ge, used for torpedo experiments
one 317 kW (425 hp) Junkers L5G central engine and two Junkers L5
230 kW (310 hp) Junkers L5 centre engine with 310 kW (420 hp), one built
with modified wing, separate undercarriage, aerodynamic cockpit, 14 passengers
seaplane version of G 24he
with three BMW Va engines, one built
modified G 24a/b with Junkers L5 centre engine
Two modified G 24e aircraft with a 190 kW (250 hp) Isotta Fraschini Asso 200 centre engine for Italy
with three Rhone Jupiter engines, prototype for the K30
with three 317 kW (425 hp) Junkers L5G engines
was a single test bench for DB 600/DB 601 engines.
a single test bench for the Jumo 211 engine
with BMW VIau
Test bench for Jumo 4 in October 1933 (c/n 839), plus surviving Deutsche Luft Hansa F 24ko aircraft re-engine with Jumo 4 engines.
with a single BMW VIU engine
G3 S1 24
a projected ambulance aircraft from 1924, three Junkers L2 engines
G1 Sa 24
a projected reconnaissance aircraft from 1924, single-engine
G2 Sb 24
a projected bomber aircraft with several three-engine approaches
military G 24 version of 1926
a fictitious Russian designation for the land version of the K 30 (not the official Junkers designation)
a fictitious Russian designation for the seaplane version of K 30 (not the official Junkers designation)
single-engine version of the K 30 of 1931, with a Jumo 4;not built
test bench for Fo 4 diesel engine in August 1928 (c/n 843)
Soviet military designation for the K 30 (not the official Junkers designation)
designation for Fili military conversions of the K 30/R 42
15.8 m (51 ft 10 in)
29.37 m (96 ft 4 in)
5.80 m (19 ft 0 in)
99 m2 (1,070 sq ft)
4,330 kg (9,546 lb)
7,200 kg (15,873 lb)
3 × Junkers L5 6-cyl. in-line water-cooled piston engine, 230 kW (310 hp) each
210 km/h (130 mph, 110 kn)
170 km/h (110 mph, 92 kn)
660 km (410 mi, 360 nmi)
4,000 m (13,000 ft) with maximum payload
Rate of climb
2.47 m/s (486 ft/min)
Time to altitude
2,000 m (6,600 ft) in 13.5 minutes.
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