Dornier Do X
Type X 1 Transport flying boat (Crew 14 Passenger 66 - max. 156) X 1  Transport flying boat (Crew 14 Passenger 66 ) X 2, X 3   Transport flying boat (Crew 14 Passenger 66)
Engine 12 Siemens Jupiter 12 Curtiss Conqueror GV-1870 12 Fiat A 22 R
Dimensions Length 40.9 m, height 10.10 m, span 48.00 m, wing area 450 m2 Length 40.9 m, height 10.10 m, span 48.00 m, wing area 450 m2 Length 40.9 m, height 10.10 m, span 48.00 m, wing area 450 m2
Weights Empty 28250 kg, fuel 24600 l, oil 1900 l, load 17050 kg, flying weight 45300 kg Empty 32675 kg, fuel 24600 l, oil 1900 l, load 15325 kg, flying weight 48000 kg, max. weight for take off 57500 kg Empty 34820 kg, fuel 24600 l, oil 1900 l, load 13180 kg, flying weight 48000 kg
Performance Max. speed 210 km/h, cruising speed 175 km/h, climb to 1000 m 21 min., service ceiling 3200 m, range 2800 km Max. speed 210 km/h, cruising speed 175 km/h, climb to 1000 m 14 min., service ceiling 3200 m, range 2800 km Max. speed 210 km/h, cruising speed 175 km/h, climb to 1000 m 18 min., service ceiling 3200 m, range 2800 km

 

Type WerkNr. Registration History
X 1 Doflug 1 D-1929 First flight  12/7 1929 (Pilot Richard Wagner) - only a shorthop. First real flight 29/7 1929. On October 21  it flew around the Bodensee with 169 persons on board. The performance was not good, engines changed to Curtiss Conqueror. First flight with new engines 4/8 1930, and in October registered as D-1929. On Nov. 5 1930 a transatlantic flight was started. A lot of mishaps caused delays, it did not arrive in New York until 27/8 1931. On 24/5 back in Berlin. Made a few more flights in Europe. In September delivered to DVL. Last flight in 1934 to Berlin, placed into the Deutschen Luftfahrtmuseum. Destroyed in 1945 during a bombraid.
X 2 Doflug 2 I-REDI "Umberto Maddalena". First flight 16/5 1931, delivered to La Spezia 28/8 1931. Intended to be used by SANA but instead passed to the military. Scrapped probably in 1935, because the performance was not good enough to be of any use.
X 3 Doflug 3 I-ABBN "Alessandro Guidoni".Delivered to La Spezia 13/5 1932. Intended to be used by SANA but instead passed to the military. Scrapped probably in 1935, because the performance was not good enough to be of any use.