Dornier Komet II 
Type WerkNr. Registration History
  24  (3) D-223 First flight 9/10 1922. "Tiger". Rebuilt from Komet I. Used by DLR , take over by the Deutsche Aero-Lloyd until 1926. First german airliner to fly from Germany to UK 31/12 1922. To DLH until Sept. 1929, sold to "Sturmvogel", Berlin. Unregistered from March 1932
  30  (5) D-248 "Jaguar". Rebuilt from Komet I. Used by DLR , take over by the Deutsche Aero-Lloyd until 1926. To DLH
  45  (8) D-943 "Wolf". Rebuilt from Komet I. Used by DLR , take over by the Deutsche Aero-Lloyd until 1926. To DLH until Sept. 1929, sold to "Sturmvogel", Berlin. Unregistered from March 1932
    M-AAIA Used by the C.E.T.A., Spain, between Sevilla and Larache
    M-AAAI Used by the C.E.T.A., Spain, between Sevilla and Larache
Do P Bal 34 RRUAA, RR 15 BMW IIIa.  Delivered to UKRWOSDUCHPUTJ, Sovietunion, July/Aug. 1923. Back to Dornier for rebuilt for aerial photography in1925. New engine, BMW IV, registered D-737. Delivered back to Charkov in 1927. Crashed in 1928
Do P Bal 35 RRUAB, RR 16 BMW IIIa." DONEZ Schelesnodoroschnik". Delivered to UKRWOSDUCHPUTJ, Sovietunion , accepted 30/9 1923. Back to Dornier for rebuilt for aerial photography in1925. New engine, BMW IV, registered D-D-1013. Delivered back to Charkov in 1927. Destroyed by fire 8/5 1927
Do P Ral 29 RRUAC, RR 17, CCCP-201 RR Eagle.Delivered to UKRWOSDUCHPUTJ, Sovietunion in Nov. 1923, crashed in 1929
Do P Ral 46 RRUAD, RR 18, CCCP-202 RR Eagle."Krasnij Chimik". Delivered to UKRWOSDUCHPUTJ, Sovietunion in Nov. 1923. Out of service late 1929
Do P Ral 47 RRUAE, RR 19, CCCP-203 RR Eagle."Charkowskij Proletarij". Delivered to UKRWOSDUCHPUTJ, Sovietunion in Nov. 1923. Out of service late 1929
Do P Ral 48 RRUAF, CCCP-204 RR Eagle. Delivered to UKRWOSDUCHPUTJ, Sovietunion in Nov. 1923. Out of service late 1929
  51 R-RDBA, D-397, CCCP-118 BMW IIIa, later BMW IVa. Built in 1923, registered as D-397, rebuilt for aeral photography in March 1925 and delivered to DOBROLJOT. Out of service late 1931
  53 R-RDBB, D-400, CCCP-119, CCCP-Φ 27 BMW IIIa, later BMW IVa. Built in 1923, registered as D-400, rebuilt for aeral photography in March 1925 and delivered to DOBROLJOT. Used up to middle of 1933 for aerial photography. Scrapped 19/5 1934
  52 D-396 Built in 1923. Used by Dornier, in 1926/27 used by the TH Achen for strength and torsion tests (Only the fuselage)
      To Columbia
      To UK

 

Type 1 + 4 seat transport
Engine 1 BMW IV 1 Rolls-Royce Falcon
Dimensions Length 10.30 m, height 2.75 m, span 17.0 m, wing area 47.0 m2,   cabin : length  2.0 m, height 1.6 m, width 1.2 m
Weights Empty 1500 kg, fuel 205 kg, oil 20 kg, crew 80 kg, pay load 395 kg, flying weight 2200kg  
Performance Max. speed at sea level 165 km/h, cruising speed at sea level 130 km/h, climb1.5 m/sec. at altitude 2000 m, service ceiling 5000 m, range 650 km, landing speed 85 km/h, endurance 5 h