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| ENGINE||2 x 100hp Siemens SH-14|
| Take-off weight||1650 kg||3638 lb|
| Empty weight||855 kg||1885 lb|
| Wingspan||10.00 m||33 ft 10 in|
| Length||10.60 m||35 ft 9 in|
| Height||3.20 m||11 ft 6 in|
| Wing area||24.00 m2||258.33 sq ft|
| Max. speed||142 km/h||88 mph|
| Cruise speed||112 km/h||70 mph|
| Ceiling||4200 m||13800 ft|
| Range||400 km||249 miles|
|Barry, 25.01.2013 15:17|
Further, to my earlier posting I would add some detail regarding this unusual aircraft. There were two models built, the Fw19, in which Georg Wulf was killed on the 29th September 1927, and the Fw19a. The latter model was slightly larger and had 2 x Sh14 engines in place of the original Sh11 providing it with a better all round performance. The Fw19a (Reg D1960, D-OBIR) was destroyed in Berlin at the end of 1944. The Specification above is somewhat out, for example the wing span was 14.0 m.
|Barry, 27.07.2012 17:13|
As noted elsewhere this was the plane responsible for the death of George Wulf.
|Ed Banke, e-mail, 22.01.2012 18:12|
I would like to have drawings of the Ente that I could use to make a flying model from.
Do you have any comments?
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