The Dornier Do 24T-3 arriving on Lake Constance after being retired from service by the Spanish Air Force. It is to be restored for permanent exhibition at Friedrichshafen.
Second example of the type to fly, the Dornier Do 24 V4 was tested from Lake Constance as D-ADLP as pictured here, before being delivered to the Dutch Marine Luchtvaartdienst as one of the batch of 12 built for Holland by Dornier.
The return to Lake Constance of a Dornier Do 24 in August 1971.
One of the small number of Cyclone-engined Do 24N-1s built for the Luftwaffe in 1941.
At the time of its return from Spain, the Do 24 was in plain metal finish, but when first operated by the Spanish Air Force, these boats had a dark green finish, as shown below, with distinctive yellow stripes.
Этот Do 24 служил в Flottilj 2 шведских ВВС. До этого он принадлежал подразделению Seenotgruppe 81 и нес бортовой номер CM+RY. 31 октября 1944 года его перегнали в Хеллевик, и с 1945 по 1951 годы он служил шведам.
The Single Do 24T-1 which was operated by the Swedish Air Force until 1952.
In the markings of Escadrille 30S of the French Aeronavale, one of the Dornier Do 24T-1s delivered from the Nord factory at Sartrouville in 1944-6.