Albatros L 69
Type Two seat trainer  a  Two seat trainer
Engine 1 Bristol Lucifer 1 Siemens Sh 12
Dimensions Length 6.08 m, height 2.64 m, span 8.06 m, wingarea 10.85 m2 Length 6.10 m, height 2.57 m, span 8.06 m, wingarea 14.00 m2 , aspect ratio 6
Weights Empty 470 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel 40 kg, flying weight 670 kg Empty 480 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel 45 kg, flying weight 685 kg
Performance Max. speed at sea level 175 km/h, climb to 1000 m 4 min., landing speed 108 km/h, range 340 km, service ceiling 4000 m Max. speed at sea level 170 km/h, landing speed 105 km/h, endurance 2 h, climb to 500 m 2 min., to 1000 m 4 min., service ceiling 4000 m

 

Type WerkNr. Registration History
    D-684  
       
a 10071 D-778 In Febr. 1928 registered to DVL, Adlershof. Dismantled in April 1929
a 10072 D-1533 Registered to the Albatros company Nov. 1928. Scrapped in Jan. 1931
Number built:
L 69    2
L 69a  2
Designed by R. Schubert.
Two L 69 was always at Lipezk. In 1927 Kurt Ungewitter, testpilot at the company, crashed fatally with a L 69a.
The L 69 was the winner in the Sachsen-Rundfluges 1925 in class D