Virtually a landplane version of the Dornier Libelle without the hull sponsons but with fixed tailskid landing gear; a 60kW Siemens-Halske engine was standard, but a 75kW engine and an open cockpit or enclosed cabin were optional
| ENGINE||1 x Sh-7, 59kW|
| Take-off weight||800 kg||1764 lb|
| Empty weight||490 kg||1080 lb|
| Wingspan||9.8 m||32 ft 2 in|
| Length||6.9 m||23 ft 8 in|
| Height||2.8 m||9 ft 2 in|
| Wing area||15.5 m2||166.84 sq ft|
| Max. speed||141 km/h||88 mph|
| Cruise speed||120 km/h||75 mph|
| Ceiling||3500 m||11500 ft|
|Keith Thompson, e-mail, 24.04.2012 15:08|
Could you tell me if the Dornier Spatz had a designation such as a letter or a nmber
Like Dornier CIII Or Dornier U or Dorner Y or an number like 9, 14, 16 etc etc.
Thank you very much for your kind service.
|huangdi, 20.06.2011 05:42|
engine and an open cockpit or enclosed cabin were optional
|Barry, 11.01.2010 16:19|
First flown 12 /02 /1922 some aircraft were powered by a Bristol Lucifer engine.
Do you have any comments?
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