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Dornier Rs III Dornier Rs III

1917

The giant seaplane Rs III was a high-wing monoplane of all-metal design with fabric covering ...

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Dornier Do D-1

1918

Dornier Do D-1

Dornier Rs IV Dornier Rs IV

1918

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Dornier Gs I/Gs II

1919

Dornier Gs I/Gs II

Dornier Delphin Dornier Delphin

1920

In 1920 Dornier produced the first Delphin commercial flying-boat. It was based upon substantially the ...

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The Wal all-metal flying-boat was a direct development of the Gs I of 1919 (which ...

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Dornier Do J Wal

1922

Dornier Do J Wal

Dornier Komet II / Komet III Dornier Komet II / Komet III

1922

Designed in 1920, the Komet II was a five-seat (pilot in open cockpit and four ...

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Virtually a landplane version of the Dornier Libelle without the hull sponsons but with fixed ...

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Dornier Spatz

1924

Dornier Spatz

Dornier Do B Merkur Dornier Do B Merkur

1925

The final development of the Komet type was the Merkur, which first flew in February ...

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The Do X was built in Switzerland by Aktiengesellschaft fur Dornier-Flugzeuge at Altenrhein and first ...

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Dornier Do X

1929

Dornier Do X

Dornier Do Y (Do 15) Dornier Do Y (Do 15)

1931

Medium bomber. The Do Y had a high-set wing and and three ...

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The Do C4, later renamed Do 10, was a ...

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Dornier Do 10 (C4)

1931

Dornier Do 10 (C4)

Dornier Do 17 Dornier Do 17

1934

The Do 17 was less important to the Luftwaffe during World War II than other ...

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Development of the three-seat Dornier Do 22 floatplane was the responsibility of Dornier's Altenrhein factory ...

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Dornier Do 22

1934

Dornier Do 22

Dornier Do 11 / Do 13 / Do 23 Dornier Do 11 / Do 13 / Do 23

1934

During the late 1920s the German Dornier Metallbauten set up a subsidiary at Altenrhein in ...

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The Do 18 was originally produced as a transatlantic mail-carrying flying-boat and used on the ...

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Dornier Do 18

1935

Dornier Do 18

Dornier Do 19 Dornier Do 19

1936

The Luftwaffe's first Chief of Staff, Generalleutnant Walther Wever, was a keen advocate of the ...

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The Do 24 flying-boat was designed before World War II and series built to order ...

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Dornier Do 24

1937

Dornier Do 24

Dornier Do 26 Dornier Do 26

1938

Aerodynamically the cleanest of the Dornier flying-boats, the all-metal Dornier Do 26 was developed for ...

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The Do 215 was a version of the Do 17Z with DB 601 ...

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Dornier Do 215

1939

Dornier Do 215

Dornier Do 217 Dornier Do 217

1940

First flown in August 1938, the Do 217 was a development of the Do 17 ...

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The unusual tandem-engined layout used in the Pfeil was first patented by Dr Claude Dornier ...

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Dornier Do 335

1943

Dornier Do 335

Dornier Do 317 Dornier Do 317

1943

High-altitude medium bomber developed from the Do 217. One was built, six more were converted ...

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The Do 27 was West Germany's first post-World War II production aircraft. It was designed ...

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Dornier Do 27

1955

Dornier Do 27

Dornier Do 28D / Do 128 Skyservant Dornier Do 28D / Do 128 Skyservant

1966

While the original Do 28 series had an advantage over the Do 27 by providing ...

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This program goes back to the year 1959. In 1962, the German Federal Ministry of ...

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Dornier Do 31

1967

Dornier Do 31

Dornier Do-228 Dornier Do-228

1981

In June 1979 Dornier flight tested a new high-technology wing intended for the proposed Do ...

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