Tante Ju taxiies at Dortmund airport
Corrugated surface provide torsional stiffening. Gap between wing and flap forms "double wing", and lowers stalling speed.
Flight crew includes two pilots,
one stewardess and one flight engineer
Main door lock
Passenger safety briefing.
Emergency procedure sheet is modern
These were not provided. Note text on air sickness bag. (Displayed at Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin)
Ready for takeoff.
Note slidable window in main door
Note flight engineers position between the pilots. And the neat luggage rack.
Flying over Münster
The flight engineers seat removed.
Cockpit view from flight engineers position
Oil level (left) and fuel level (right) indicators on top of engine
Landed at Münster Osnabrück airport
Rudder locks in place (coloured red)
Main undercarriage, fixed and divided. Note how the wing shape continues under the body.
Pratt & Whitney Wasp engine
Preparing for overnight storage.
Another Ju 52 displayed at the Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin
From Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin
Nine cylinder radial engine. From Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin
Oil cooler with three tubes protrude beneath engine. From Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin.