Arado  W II
The Arado W 2 was a two-seat twin-engine seaplane trainer developed for the DVS in 1928. It was a cantilever monoplane with a fabric-covered steel tube fuselage that accommodated the pilot and instructor in tandem open cockpits. The undercarriage consisted of two pontoons carried on steel struts.
Type
Two seat floatplane trainer
Engine
2 Siemens Sh 12 driving a propeller Ø 2.4 m
Dimensions
Length 12.55 m, height 3.20  m, span 17.4 m, wingarea 53.76 m2
Weights
Empty 1680 kg, load 320 kg, fuel 160 kg, flying weight 2000 kg, wing loading 37.3 kg/m2
Performance
Max. speed 145 km/h, service ceiling 2000 m, climb to 1000 m 16 min.
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
 
38
D-1412
Built in 1927, used by the Deutsche Verkehrsfliegerschulen at List and Warnemünde. Crashed 1935
 
48
D-1544
Built in 1927, used by the Deutsche Verkehrsfliegerschulen at List and Warnemünde. Used until 1937