Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-12

  Base model:Fw 190
  Designation:Fw 190
  Basic role:Fighter (Germany)

  Length: 33' 5" 10.1 m
  Height:11' 3.3 m
  Wingspan: 34' 5" 10.4 m
  Empty Weight: 10,670 lb 4,839 kg

  No. of Engines: 1
  Powerplant: Junkers Jumo 213
  Horsepower (each): 2240

  Range: 520 miles 837 km
  Cruise Speed: 280 mph 450 km/h 243 kt
  Max Speed: 426 mph 685 km/h 370 kt
  Ceiling: 40,000 ft 12,191 m

Examples of this type may be found at
Champlin Fighter MuseumMesaArizona

Fw 190D-12 on display

Champlin Fighter Museum


Recent comments by our visitors
 , CA
The Fw-190D-12 you refer to at the museum of flight is a Fw-190D-13. Someone needs to do a better research job.
06/22/2007 @ 08:12 [ref: 16910]
 , WI
11/18/2006 @ 15:29 [ref: 14775]
 , OTH
Take a look at the following site and click on "english version": You will find an interview with the manager of the company called "Flugwerk"...
03/21/2005 @ 08:29 [ref: 9767]
 , QC
Take a look, they are rebuilding and selling full scale FW190.

12/01/2004 @ 14:03 [ref: 8755]
 Don Bodkin
 Mississauga, ON
the following site is excellent for a description of the FW 190 with illustrations of actual aircraft and their historys.

08/06/2004 @ 09:25 [ref: 7991]
 , WA
Champlin's Fw 190 D-12 is on a five-year loan to the Museum of Flight in Seattle. It was just put on display there in May 2004.
05/25/2004 @ 19:02 [ref: 7483]
 Mike Colerick
 Plymouth, MA
Hi all! I had heard a rumor that there is a small factory in Germany that has begun producing 190s again. If so maybe you folks could drop me a line as to where the factory is and,what they are asking for a new Fw190. I had the unique opportunity of flying one when I was stationed in Germany in the early 1980s. It was a dream come true,she handled like she was a part of me. I have never flown anything like her since. Take care,God Bless America!
09/07/2002 @ 14:19 [ref: 5644]

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