Dornier Do 26
Type A (V1, V2) 4 seat mail carrier (later with 2 - 4 passengers) B (V3) 4 seat transport ( Up to 8 passengers C (Rebuilt V3 and V4 - V6) Military transport
Engine 4 Junkers Jumo 205E 4 Junkers Jumo 205Ea 4 Junkers Jumo 205D
Dimensions Length 24.60 m, height 6.85 m, span 30.00 m, wing area 120 m2
Weights Empty 10200 kg, fuel and oil 6750 kg ( 7300 l fuel and 600 l of oil), flying weight (from water) 17000 kg, from catapult 19000 - 20000 kg Empty 11800 kg, flying weight (catapult) 21000 kg  
Performance Max. speed 335 km/h, cruising speed 305 - 310 km/h, landing speed 110 km/h, service ceiling 4800 m, max. range 9000 km Max. speed 320 km/h, cruising speed 292 km/h, range 6300 km, service ceiling 3900 m  

Armament in Luftwaffe service : 1 MG 151 in the bow, 2 MG 15 in dorsal position and 1 MG 15 in the aft fuselage

Type WerkNr. Registration History
V1, A 791 D-AGNT, P5+AH "Seeadler". First flight 21/5 1938 (Pilot Erich Gundemann).First catapult launch 22/11 1938. To Lufthansa, made a long distance flight in Febr. 1939 to Chile Modified with a passenger cabin (4 passengers). Used in the South Atlantic before the war as a mail carrying transport. Totally 18 flights together wth the V2. To Luftwaffe in Sept. 1939, KGr.z.b.V. 108. Destroyed at Rombakkenfjord, Norway on 28/5 1940 by english fighters (Hurricanes from 48 (F) Squadron)
V2, A 792 D-AWDS, P5+BH "Seefalke". First flight 23/11 1938.Accepted by Lufthansa spring 1939. Modified with a passenger cabin (4 passengers). To Luftwaffe in Sept. 1939, KGr.z.b.V. 108. Shot down 9/5 at Tepkölenfjord, Norway. The crew including Graf Schack was captured by the English.
V3, B 793 D-ASRA, P5+CH, "Seemöwe". First flight 16/8 1939. To Luftwaffe in Sept. 1939, KGr.z.b.V. 108. Destroyed at Rombakkenfjord, Norway on 28/5 1940 by english fighters (Hurricanes from 48 (F) Squadron)
V4, C 794 P5+DH To Luftwaffe , KGr.z.b.V. 108.Later  to Erprobungsstelle Travemünde. Still in use 1944
V5, C 795 P5+EH To Luftwaffe in , KGr.z.b.V. 108.Later to K.Fl.Gr. 406. Crashed 16/11 1940 after a catapultstart from the Friesenland at Brest. The crew was killed
V6, C 796 P5+FH To Luftwaffe. To Erprobungsstelle Travemünde. Still in use 1944