Focke-Wulf  A33 Sperber
Type
1 + 3 transport plane
Engine
1 Walter Mars
Dimensions
Length 9.58 m, height 3.00 m, span 12.00 m, wing area 22 m2
Weights
Empty 670 kg, fuel 120 kg, flying weight 1120 kg
Performance
Max. speed 165 km/h, cruising speed 145 km/h at 2000 m, landing speed 75 km/h, service ceiling 3000 m, range 550 km
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
 
91
D-1851
To the Norddeutsche Luftverkehr AG in May 1930
 
97
D-1931, D-ONUTĀ“
To the Luftverkehrsgesellschaft mbH, Wilhelmshafen-Rüstringen in July 1933. To DLH 1937, out of service
1938.
 
115
D-2153, D-OJAX
To Baubehörde Hamburg, Abt. Vermessungsgewesen in Aug- 1931
Designed by Paul Klages in 1930 as a passenger plane with accomodation for 1 pilot and 3 passengers
The Focke-Wulf A 33 Sperber (German: "Sparrowhawk") was a small airliner produced in Germany in the early 1930s. It was a high-wing cantilever monoplane of conventional design, resembling a scaled-down version of the contemporaneous A 32 design. Only three examples were built, each purchased for air taxi duties with separate German airlines. One eventually found its way briefly into the fleet of Deutsche Luft Hansa in 1937.