by Horst Zoeller, 1996 - 2019, 66th Edition, 19 Sep 2019

Junkers J1 Survivors

see also: Junkers Survivor List Overview

The single built Junkers J1 was already withdrawn from use during WWI. It was later used in the early Junkers Lehrschau. In 1926 the Aircraft was transfered to the "Deutsches Museum" in Munich, where it was exhibited in the Aviation hall. In 1944 the Aircraft was destroyed during an Allied bomb raid, when the Aviation hall was hit by bombs. The remains were later scrapped.

Since 2015 a replica construction of the Junkers J1 is under work at the Technikmuseum in Dessau.

A detailled description of the current J4/J.I survivors could be found in
Part I of our printed review "Die letzten Junkers-Flugzeuge I"

 

Junkers J1 (Replica)

Technikmuseum Hugo Junkers

Dessau, Germany 

SNo. (1), RNo. ukn.

Junkers J1 Replica Construction at the Technikmuseum Dessau

The Technikmuseum in Dessau is working on a 1:1 all metal replica construction since 2015.
Meanwhile the fuselage Frame is finished and the wings are already finished with its Panels.

Weblinks:

 

 

introduced Sep 2019
contents last updated 18 Sep 2019