Aeroplane Monthly 1985-06
J.Stroud - Wings of Peace
The characteristic silhouette of the Heinkel He.111 of Lufthansa.
The view emphasises the attractive elliptical wings of the He 111. This example is He 111C-03 D-AXAV.
A closeup of the ten-passenger He 111. The engines are B.M.W. vee-twelves of either 660 or 880 h.p.
A close-up of D-AQYF, the He 111C-02. This aircraft, named Leipzig, was one of a batch of six completed from the summer of 1936.
Пассажирский Не 111C-02 авиакомпании "Люфтганза"
He 111C-04 Konigsberg at Tempelhof.
D-ASAR, the He 111G-4 used by Erhard Milch, seen at Croydon.
A Lufthansa He 111C-0 approaches with flaps and undercarriage lowered.
D-ALIX, the He 111c transport prototype, runs up its engines against the chocks.
Lufthansa’s He 111C-02 D-AQYF at Tempelhof.
Looking aft in the cabin of a Lufthansa He 111.
A superb view of an He 70 climbing away with wheels retracting.
The hinged sections of the undercarriage doors have extended in this view of an He 70D-0.
The type's clean lines are apparent in the view of the Heinkel He 70a (V2) D-3, which became D-2537.
In the line-up of Lufthansa He 70s, the G-1 D-UGOR is in the foreground with the D-0s D-UDAS and D-UBIN beyond.
За некоторым исключением He 70 компании "Lufthansa" получили названия в честь различных птиц - здесь изображен "Albatros" ("Альбатрос"), Большую часть парка составляли He 70G-1, имевшие убирающийся хвостовой костыль.
The He 70G-1 D-UMIM Albatros sits on the apron at Tempelhof.
KEITH WOODCOCK'S painting depicts Lufthansa's He 70D-0 D-UBIN Falke.