The Junkers F.13 (also known as the F-13, and developed under an engineering designation of J 13), was an all-metal German transport aircraft that first flew on June 25, 1919. It was the world's first all-light metal civilian plane, which was widely exported to many countries. Within Germany, the F-13 flew with a Junkers airline and later Lufthansa after a corporate merger. It saw active service until the 1940s. About 330 were built with many variants including different engines and a seaplane variant.
This particular 1:48 scale replica of a Junkers F-13 single-engine floatplane was flown by Beni S.A.. Sold Out!
Length: 8 inches
Wingspan: 12 inches
Release Date: February 2008