Albatros L 82
Type
a Two seat  trainer
b  Two seat  trainer
c  Two seat  trainer
Engine
1 De Havilland Gipsy
1 Siemens Sh 13
1 Siemens Sh 14
Dimensions
Length 7.52 m, height 2.66 m, span 9.00 m,
wingarea 20 m2
Length 7.41 m, height 2.66 m, span 9.00 m,
wingarea 20 m2
Length 7.41 m, height 2.66 m, span 9.00 m,
wingarea 20 m2
Weights
Empty 390 kg, crew 150 kg, fuel 80 kg, flying
weight 630 kg
Empty 400 kg, crew 150 kg, fuel 90 kg, flying
weight 750 kg
Empty 440 kg, crew 150 kg,  flying weight 760
kg
Performance
Max. speed at sea level 165 km/h, climb to 1000
m 8 min., cruising speed 140 km/h, landing
speed 70 km7h, range 560 km, service ceiling
3700 m
Max. speed at sea level 155 km/h,    cruising
speed 130 km/h, landing speed 75 km7h, range
560 km, service ceiling 3000 m
Max. speed at sea level 160 km/h,     cruising
speed 140 km/h, landing speed 65 km7h,
range 560 km, service ceiling 3800 m
The Albatros L 82 was a 1920s German trainer biplane. Of conventional configuration, it seated the pilot and instructor in separate, open cockpits. The wings were single-bay, equal-span, and unstagger
The prototype and one production L 82b took part in the Challenge 1929 international contest, during which the prototype (D-1704) crashed on 10 August 1929 in Turnu Severin, pilot Karl Ziegler. The second example (D-1706) completed the contest in 27th place, pilot Werner Junck