Type Single seat fighter
Engine 1 BMW IIIa , fixed 2-bladed wooden propeller Ø 2,50 m, prop.area 4,91 m2,
Dimensions Length 6,70 m, height 2,30 m, span 10,77 m, wing area 15,00 m2, V-form +0,25°, wing swept back 5°, wing chord 1,78 m, aspect ratio
Weights Empty 710 kg, max. flying weight 940 kg, fuel 280 l, oil 25 l, wing loading 62,67 kg/m2, powerloading 5,08 kg/hp
Performance Max. speed at sea leve 224 km/h, at 3000 m 244 km/h, cruising speed at 3000 m 200 km/h, landing speed 105 km/h, start 385 m, landing ru 440 m, service ceiling 7000 m, climb to 1000 m 3,0 m, to 3000 m 15 min., climb 6,0 m/sec., range normal 700 km, max. range 820 km, endurance 4,0 h
Armament (Proposed) 2 7,62 mm Spandau MG 08/15  with 550 rounds each
Type Werk.Nr Registration History
  407   First flight 30 Nov. 1923. Tested at Fili by the Soviets
  408   First flight 25 June. 1924. Tested at Fili by the Soviets
Junkers Ju T 22, S 22, H 22
The T 22 was a single-engine, single-seat high-wing monoplane with fixed  landing gear and tailwheel.  All-metal construction. The wing was in three parts, the middle part is attached directly to the fuselage, and a I-beam supported to the hull. The outer wings were self-supporting. The elevator was supported, each with a V-brace against the hull.
Under the code name "Siegfried" began the construction work, which amounted to 9000 hours to the start of construction of the prototypes in the spring of 1923. Two experimental aircraft were built, serial numbers 407 and 408 The first flight took place in Dessau on November 19, 1923. Then, the first machine was extensively tested and there were unpleasant flying caracteristics. The machine with  full throttle it in level flight behaved with uncontrolled and unwanted rolls around the longitudinal axis. This autorotation could only be eliminated by a new wing with a modified profile.
But the tests and trials went on for several months, so that the second T was ready to fly until April 22, 1924.
Like the T 21 it was on both sides of the fuselage mounted  fuel tanks, which could be thrown in the event of danger.. The two prototypes were equipped with a six cylinder engine with 185 hp BMW IIIa starting power. The planned reconstruction in Fili under the name H 22 as a single-seat fighter aircraft for the Red Air Fleet did not materialize.
The two aircraft were transported to Fili were armed with two 7.62mm machine guns