Focke-Wulf  S 1
Type
S 1 Two seat trainer and sportplane
S 1a Two seat trainer and sportplane
S 1b Two seat trainer and sportplane
Engine
1 Siemens Sh 10
1 Siemens Sh 5
1 Junkers L 1
Dimensions
Length 8.10 m, height 2.30 m, span 12.00 m, wing area 22 m2
Weights
Empty 470 kg,crew 160 kg, fuel 40 kg, flying
weight 670 kg, powerload 12 kg/hp
Empty 510 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel 70 kg, flying
weight
740 kg
Empty 510 kg, crew 160 kg, fuel 70 kg, flying
weight
740 kg
Performance
Max. speed 130 km/h at sea level, climb to
1000 m 12 min, cruising speed 120 km/h at sea
level, landing speed 50 km/h, service ceiling
3000 m, required runway for take off 125 m
Max. speed 140 km/h at sea level, climb to
1000 m 10 min, landing speed 55 km/h, service
ceiling 3500 m, required runway for take off 125
m, range 350 km
Max. speed 140 km/h at sea level, climb to 1000
m 10 min, landing speed 55 km/h, service
ceiling 3600 m, required runway fo take off 125
m
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
S 1a
17
D-165
Sold to A. Lüber, Saulgau
 
15
D-790
First Siemens Sh 10, later Sh 4. In Febr. 22/9 1925 owned by Willy Steinkrauss. 1928 it belonged to Luftfahrt
GmbHat Halberstadt. From Febr. 1929 to K. Werner, Kaiserslautern
S 1a
20
D-817
Sh 12 engine. In Febr. 1928 it was owned by DVL e. V., Adlershof. From April 1928 by the Albatros company
and from March 1932  by H. Ryll, Berlin
S 1a
21
D-820
Sh 5 engine
S 1a
22
D-853
Sh 5 engine, from March 1930 Sh 11. Owned from Jan. 1929 by the DVL e. V., Adlershof
S 1a
23
 
D-866 Sh 5 engine
S 1a
27
D-966
Sh 5 engine. In april 1928 registered to DVS GmbH. From June 1928 to DVL e. V.. Later to Flugwiag Kothen.
Destroyed in Sept. 1933
 
21
D-994
Sh 12 engine. In Febr. 1928 owned by the Deutsche Luftfahrt GmbH. From June 1932 by  H. Jensen, Erfurt
S 1b
29
D-1056
Belonged to DVS GmbH. From May 1929 owned by the Flugwissenschaftliche Gruppe, T.H. Braunschweig