Dornier Do 14

1st Flight 1936
The Dornier Do 14 was a prototype seaplane, developed by Dornier Flugzeugwerke with backing from the Luftwaffe for experimental propulsion studies.
Dornier Do 14
The aircraft was similar to the Dornier Do 12 civil aircraft.
Dornier Do 14
Only one Dornier Do 14 was constructed for testing, the aircraft registered as “D-AGON”, after test flights during 1936, the aircraft engines were subsequently dismantled in 1937.
Dornier Do 14
The prototype aircraft was finally scrapped in 1939.
Dornier Do 14
Specifications-
Crew: two
Length: 17.95 m (58 ft 11 in)
Wingspan: 23.34 m (76 ft 7 in)
Height: 8.35 m (27 ft 5 in)
Empty weight: 6,120 kg (13,492 lb)
Gross weight: 7,260 kg (16,006 lb)
Power plant: 1 × BMW VId V-12 liquid-cooled piston engine, 560 kW (750 hp)
Performance
Maximum speed: 446 km/h (277 mph, 241 kn)
Range: 500 km (310 mi, 270 nmi)
Dornier Do 14
Credits
Dornier Bombers and Reconnaissance Aircraft 1925-1945-Manfred Griehl
The Encyclopedia of World Aircraft-David Donald
European Transport Aircraft since 1910-John Stroud
Wikipedia

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