Dornier Do 12  Libelle III
Do 12  with the Flying Priest Peter Schulte
Type WerkNr. Registration History
  235 D-INEZ First flight 23/6 1932. First flown with Argus As 10 engine but after the DELA exhibition changed to Gnôme-Rhône Titan 5 Ke engine. In 1935 it was sold to the MIVA (Missions-Verkehrs-Arbeitsgemeinschaft) with thr famous "Flying Priest" Peter Schulte as pilot. It was named "Das Fliegende Kreuz". In 1936 DFS used the aircraft for towing trials at the Bodensee, towing the "Seeadler"

 

Type 2 - 4 seat amphibie flying boat
Engine 1 Argus As 10 1 Gnôme-Rhône Titan 5 Ke
Dimensions Length 9.00 m, height 4.20 m, span 13.00 m, wing area 28.00 m2
Weights   Empty 1075 kg, flying weight 1400 kg
Performance   Max. speed 210 km/h, cruising speed 170 km/h,range 580 km, service ceiling 5100 m, landing speed 80 km/h