Focke-Wulf  A32 Bussard
Type 1-2 + 6-7 passenger plane
Engine 1 Junkers L5
Dimensions Length 12.20 m, height 3.25 m, span 16.00 m, wing area 34.5 m2
Weights Empty 1465 kg, fuel 235 kg, flying weight 2300 kg
Performance Max. speed 190 km/h, cruising speed 162 km/h, climb 2.5 m/sec., to 1000 m 5.7 min., to 3000 m 23.2 min., service ceiling 4500 m, required runway for take off 450 m, landing speed 80 km/h, range 750 - 900 km,

 

Type WerkNr. Registration History
  95 D-1910, D-OBES Delivered to the Nordbayerische Verkehrsflug GmbH in 1930. To Deutsche Verkehrsflug in Nov. 1931. To DLH in 1934
  96 D-1942, D-ODUL Delivered to the Nordbayerische Verkehrsflug GmbH in 1930.To Deutsche Verkehrsflug in Nov. 1931. To DLH in 1934
  104 D-1997 To DVS GmbH in July 1932. Destroyed in June 1934
  105 D-2079 In May 1931 to DVL
  113 D-2129 In Aug. 1931 to DVS GmbH. Destroyed in June 1934
Designed by Wilhelm Bansemir in 1930. It was a development of the A20 Habicht. Because of delivery problems from Messerschmitt to the Nordbayerichen Luftverkehrsgesellschaft Focke-Wulf was asked to design this aircraft in a very short time.