Junkers Ju 88D

  Base model:Ju 88
  Designation:Ju 88
  Basic role:General Reconnaissance (Germany)

  Length: 47' 1" 14.3 m
  Height:15' 11" 4.8 m
  Wingspan: 65' 10" 20.0 m
  Gross Weight: 26,700 lb 12,108 kg

  No. of Engines: 2
  Powerplant: Junkers Jumo 211
  Horsepower (each): 1200

  Range: 1,553 miles 2,500 km
  Cruise Speed: 225 mph 362 km/h 195 kt
  Max Speed: 295 mph 475 km/h 256 kt
  Ceiling: 27,880 ft 8,497 m

Examples of this type may be found at
United States Air Force MuseumWright-PattersonOhio

Ju 88D on display

United States Air Force Museum


Recent comments by our visitors
 tommy wilson
 pasadena, TX
The Middletown Ohio USA photo that is title "Landing" sure looks like an HE-111 bomber.
02/28/2008 @ 12:44 [ref: 19802]
 Michael J. Runkle
 Nashville, TN
The center picture below is NOT a Ju-88. It is a Heinkel He-111.
08/02/2005 @ 19:37 [ref: 10916]
 pete denney
 london, BC
There is actually a flying Ju-88, i don\'t think it has been restored in a military fashion, due to it recently doing pleasure flights over london along side a JU-52, but it was on the news not so long ago. Im am curious to know whether there are any He111\'s and any Ju87 stuka dive bombers still flying?its something i\'ve been trying to find out for ages, and answers would be very much appreciated, pete
12/24/2004 @ 16:55 [ref: 8953]
 Olari Juurikas
 parnu, DC
its good sheet but it\'s in progres (i\'m from estonia).
i\'m intrested 1920-1945 millitary stuff/inf . it site don\'t have all manufacturers and planes . do you know something about PN-3 prototype plane trainer/fighter/light bomber/rec.its was built in 1938/1939 in estonia
09/13/2003 @ 14:21 [ref: 6690]
 J. Christie
 , CA
I know that "Heinkel 111"; it's a Spanish C.A.S.A 2.111 in Luftwaffe colors that is owned by the Confederate Air Force or one of their hangers on. You can tell it is a 2.111 by the top of the engine canopies; on a Heinkel they are humped and ribbed (due to the shape of the Jumo engine), but here they are flat because this plane is powered by a Rolls Merlin 500, as were all C.A.S.A. 2.111s. No Junkers 88s are in flyable condition.
10/25/2002 @ 15:08 [ref: 5951]
 Ismo Homanen
 Joensuu, GA
You have a little mistake in your netsite:
The Left bottom photo is not Junkers Ju 88, it is Heinkel He 111!

Best wishes
04/20/2002 @ 12:50 [ref: 4763]
 Tormod Christiansen
 Norway!, OTH
A Ju88A-5 (CF+VP) was raised last year, almost 100% preserved,
and protected by freshwater.

see this page for more information:

02/24/2001 @ 11:18 [ref: 1696]
 Pete Stephens
 , IN
There is also a Ju88 R-1 at the Battle of Britain Museum in Hendon, England. There is also a Ju88 C-2 being restored by the Norwegian Armed Forces Museum at the Oslo Airport in Norway.
01/14/2001 @ 19:38 [ref: 1386]


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