Type 1 + 2 seat trainer and sportplane
Engine 1 Junkers L1 1 Armstrong Siddeley Genet 1 Siemens Sh 5 1 Siemens Sh 12 1 Siemens Sh 4
Dimensions Length 6,12 m, height 2,77 m, span 11,25 m, wing area 19,0 m2 Length 6,85 m, height 2,75 m, span 11,25 m, wing area 19,00 m2 Length 6,85 m, height , span 11,25 m, wing area 19,0 m2 Length 6,85 m, span 11,25 m, wing area 19,0 m2
Weights Empty 525 kg, flying weight 761 kg Empty 525 kg, flying weight 765 kg Empty 545 kg, flying weight 780 kg Empty 545 kg, flying weight 780 kg
Performance Max. speed 134 km/h, cruising speed 109 km/h, service ceiling 3962 m Max. speed 133 km/h, cruising speed 105 km/h, range 360 km, Max. speed 160 km/h, range 420 km
Type Werk.Nr Registration History
528 D-528 "Kolibri". First flight 14 July 1922 powered by a Sh 4. Took part in the ILUG at Gothenburg
a 529 D-389 "Zaunk├Ânig". First flight April 1923. First with a Sh 12. Used for testing the Junkers L1. Took part in the ILUG at Gothenburg
be 530 G-IAAT, VT-AAV First flight March 1923Had a Sh 5 engine. Sold to India 20 April 1925 . R.Ry S.A.A. Anna Chettiyer/ Kanadu Kathan 20.04.25. Reregistered 1928. August 1934  unserviciable.
Junkers T 19
The Junkers T 19 was the first of three Junkers aircraft aimed at the private market; because of the high construction costs of all-metal light planes compared to their canvas covered contemporaries, none was successful. It was built mostly from duralumin with a tubular-membered frame covered by corrugated sheet.
The wing was a cantilever structure, without the lift struts to mid wing seen on most parasol winged aircraft. It had a constant chord centre section with outboard taper on both leading and trailing edges. The ailerons were short and wide chord, with curved trailing edges that projected beyond that of the wing.[2] Four sets of V and inverted-V struts attached the wing to the upper fuselage longerons.
The tapered fuselage was flat sided, with a long open cockpit reaching from leading to trailing edge. The pilot sat at the front immediately behind the engine. Seats for one or two passengers could be fitted in the rear with access via a triangular shaped starboard side door. The tailplane was mounted on top of the fuselage and carried horn balanced elevators. The combination of a triangular fin and straight edged rudder, which extended down to the bottom of the fuselage in a cut out between the elevators, gave the vertical surface a rather pointed look. The main undercarriage legs, with prominent shock absorbers, were mounted on the upper fuselage longerons. Two bracing struts reached forward to the lower fuselage below the engine and the wheels were linked by a hinged axle centrally mounted to the lower fuselage with further struts.
JUNKERS AT "GOTHENBURG : 1 is a perspective view or the small school machine, type T, which Is fitted with a six-cylinder vertical air-cooled Junkers engine. '2 details of the undercarriage. 3 the fan which is used for cooling the air-cooled engine.   4 access to the cockpit of the type T is gained through a triangular door.   5 a typical strut assembly.