Focke-Wulf S1
Type S 1 Two seat trainer and sportplane S 1a  Two seat trainer and sportplane S 1b Two seat trainer and sportplane
Engine 1 Siemens Sh 10 1 Siemens Sh 5 1 Junkers L 1
Dimensions Length 8.10 m, height 2.30 m, span 12.00 m, wing area 22 m2
Weights Empty 470 kg,crew 160 kg, fuel 40 kg, flying weight 670 kg, powerload 12 kg/hp 510 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel 70 kg, flying weight
740 kg
Empty 510 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel 70 kg, flying weight
740 kg
Performance Max. speed 130 km/h at sea level, climb to 1000 m 12 min, cruising speed 120 km/h at sea level, landing speed 50 km/h, service ceiling 3000 m, required runway for take off 125 m Max. speed 140 km/h at sea level, climb to 1000 m 10 min, landing speed 55 km/h, service ceiling 3500 m, required runway for take off 125 m, range 350 km Max. speed 140 km/h at sea level, climb to 1000 m 10 min, landing speed 55 km/h, service ceiling 3600 m, required runway fo take off 125 m

 

Type WerkNr. Registration History
a   D-165 Sold to A. Lüber, Saulgau
  15 D-790 First Siemens Sh 10, later Sh 4. In Febr. 1928 it belonged to Luftfahrt GmbHat Halberstadt. From Febr. 1929 to K. Werner, Kaiserslautern
a 20 D-817 Sh 12 engine. In Febr. 1928 it was owned by DVL e. V., Adlershof. From April 1928 by the Albatros company and from March 1932  by H. Ryll, Berlin
    D-820 Sh 5 engine
a 22 D-853 Sh 5 engine, from March 1930 Sh 11. Owned from Jan. 1929 by the DVL e. V., Adlershof
a 23 D-866 Sh 5 engine
  27 D-966 Sh 5 engine. In april 1928 registered to DVS GmbH. From June 1928 to DVL e. V.
  21 D-994 Sh 12 engine. In Febr. 1928 owned by the Deutsche Luftfahrt GmbH. From June 1932 by  H. Jensen, Erfurt
b 29 D-1056 Belonged to DVS GmbH. From May 1929 owned by the Flugwissenschaftliche Gruppe, T.H. Braunschweig