by Horst Zoeller, 1996 - 2018, 65th Edition, 16 June 2018

Junkers J9 Survivors + Replicas

Junkers D-I (original, on display)
Musee de l'Air
Paris Le Bourget, Germany

SNo. ukn., RNo. 5929/18

Only a single J9 still exists at the Musee de l'Air at Paris Le Bourget. This aircraft was captured in 1919 at d'Evere in Belgium. It was used by Service Technique de l'Aéronautique after WWI for a time and was later donated to the Musee de l'Air. It is on public display in very good condition.

Junkers D-I (Replica, stored)
Luftwaffenmuseum Gatow
Berlin, Germany 

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Manfred Pflumm from Villingen, Germany has already built a lot of Junkers F13 replicas. Also the J9 at the Luftwaffenmuseum at Berlin-Gatow is replica from Pflumm's workshops. It was finished in 1997 and it was exhibited first at the annual meeting of the German Society for conservation of historical aircraft at Villingen in autumn 1997. Now it is moved to Gatow, where it will be presented in the WW I exhibition section.

Junkers D-I (Replica, stored)
Aero Replica Fighter Museum
Gunterville, U.S.A.

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I got the information, that at Lake Guntersville Fighter Museum, also a J9 could be found. This aircraft seems to be replica, but I am still looking for a confirmation of that information. The collection should have been built up by a man named Ryder, who died a few years ago.

The Replica Fighter Museum is closed. After the death of Frank Ryder the museum's assets have been sold to a number of people. No info, where the J9 replica currently is.


introduced Nov 1996, transfered Jun 2017
contents last updated 28 Dec 2002