Albatros L 103 = Al 103
Type Two seat experimental
Engine 1 Argus As 10C
Dimensions Length 11.15 m, span 15.40 m with 10 ° angle, height 3.66 m, wingarea 32.86 m2, aspect ratio 7.22
Weights Empty 925 kg, fuel 100 kg, oil 10 kg, load (including pilot) 525 kg, flying weight 1450 kg, wingloading 44.12 kg/m2
Performance Max. speed 180 km/h at sea level, cruising speed at sea level 160 km/h, climb 2.70 m/s, service ceiling 4000 m, range 320 km, endurance 2 h
Type Werk.Nr Registration History
    D-2360 Built by Focke-Wulf in 1933
The Albatros L 103 (company designation) / Albatros Al 103 (RLM designation), was a German experimental aircraft of the 1930s. It was a parasol-wing landplane of conventional configuration, seating the pilot and flight test observer in separate, open cockpits. The Al 103 was used to test variations in sweepback, dihedral and tailplane area.[