Dornier B Merkur
Germany, 1925 - The Dornier Merkur stemmed from the Komet series of the early 20's. Many of the later Komet III's were converted to Merkurs, but the original DO-B was a somewhat different type with an enlarged vertical tail, an unbraced tailplane and large cut-out in the wing's center section. With the crew in the open air, the Merkur was used by many airlines and was licence-built in Japan. The largest Merkur operator however was Lufthansa, with thirty in service. The Merkur made a number of record flights and was the first aircraft to cross the Caucasian Mountains.
|Span||10.6 inch / 26,5 cm.|
|Livery||Lufthansa and Deruluft|
Indicated net prices as from July 2012.
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