by Horst Zoeller, 1996 - 2017, 62nd Edition, 20 November 2017

Junkers Ju90 Production List

 

Junkers Ju90

J4913, Ju90 V1
JUNKERSWERKE, D-AALU, Aug. 37 to Feb.38, named 'Der Große Dessauer', Ju90 Prototype, cvt. from Ju89V3, crashed during flight tests at Dessau
J4914, Ju90 V2
JUNKERSWERKE, D-AIVI, Dez. 37 to Mai.38, named 'Sachsen'
LUFTHANSA, D-AIVI, Mai. 38 to Nov.38, named 'Preussen', renamed, crashed during tropical flight tests at Bathurst
J4915, Ju90 V3
JUNKERSWERKE, D-AURE, Jun. 38 to Jul.38, named 'Wuerttemberg/Bayern'
LUFTHANSA, D-AURE, Jul. 38 to Mrz.40, named 'Bayern'
LUFTWAFFE, GF+GD, Mrz. 40 to Jul.40, named 'Bayern', used in Norway
LUFTHANSA, D-AURE, Sep. 40 to Aug.44, named 'Bayern', Special Wastiko services for Luftwaffe until 03.32, burnt during air raid at Stuttgart
J4916, Ju90 V4
JUNKERSWERKE, D-ADLH, Sep. 38 to Nov.38, named 'Schwabenland', used by DLH for experimental ops flights
LUFTHANSA, D-ADLH, Nov. 38 to Sep.39, named 'Schwabenland'
LUFTHANSA, D-ADLH, Jan. 40 to Jul.41, named 'Sachsen'
LUFTWAFFE, KH+XA (later J4+DH, G6+BY), Jul. 41 to Mai.45, named 'Schwabenland', handed over to Allied forces
J4917, Ju90 V5
JUNKERSWERKE, D-ABNS, Dez. 39 to Aug.41, Military Transport Prototype
LUFTWAFFE, KH+XB, Aug. 41 to Dez.41
JUNKERSWERKE, KH+XB, Dez. 41 to 1943, broken up during WWII
J4918, Ju90 V6
JUNKERSWERKE, D-AOKD, Jul. 40 to Apr.41
LUFTWAFFE, KH+XC, Apr. 41 to Apr.42, returned to Junkerswerke and used for Ju390-V1 construction
J4919, Ju90 V7
JUNKERSWERKE, D-APFH, Sep. 41 to Apr.43
JUNKERSWERKE, GF+GH (later J4+AH), Apr. 43 to Okt.44, crashed at Athens due to undercarriage failure, later burnt
J4920, Ju90 V8
JUNKERSWERKE, D-AQJA, Dez. 41 to Mrz.42, Tansporter and Bomber aircraft
LUFTWAFFE, DJ+VE (later J4+BH), Mrz. 42 to Aug.43, crashed due to undercarriage failure at Rome
J4921, Ju90 V9
JUNKERS, none, ??.??.?? to Okt.39, civil Ju90, not completed
J4922, Ju90 V9
JUNKERS, none, ??.??.?? to Okt.39, civil Ju90, not completed
J900001, Ju90 A1
LUFTHANSA, D-ABDG, Feb. 39 to Mrz.40, named 'Württemberg'
LUFTWAFFE, KH+XC, Mrz. 40 to Jun.40, named 'Württemberg', used in Norway
LUFTWAFFE, GF+GB, Jun. 40 to Apr.45, named 'Württemberg', used at Tarnewitz
LUFTHANSA, D-ABDG, Apr. 45 to Mai.45, named 'Württemberg', handed over to Allied forces
J900002, Ju90 A / Z3
JUNKERS, D-APZR, Jul. 39 to Feb.40
LUFTWAFFE, GF+GE (later KB+LA), 1940 to Sep.43, crashed at Bad Toelz and burnt
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-ANG, ntu, not delivered due to breakout of WWII
J900003, Ju90 A / Z2
LUFTHANSA, D-ADFJ, Mrz. 39 to Mrz.40, named 'Baden'
LUFTWAFFE, GF+GA, Mrz. 40 to Jul.40, named 'Baden', in Norway with LTS290
LUFTHANSA, D-ADFJ, Jul. 40 to Mai.43, named 'Baden'
LUFTWAFFE, GF+GA, Mai. 43 to Mai.43, destroyed during air raid at Grosetto, Italy
J900004, Ju90 A / Z3
LUFTWAFFE, KB+LB, Nov. 39 to Apr.40, crashed on take off at Hamburg
SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS, ZS-AHN, ntu, not delivered due to breakout of WWII
J900005, Ju90 A / Z2
LUFTHANSA, D-AEDS, Apr. 39 to Mrz.40, named 'Preussen'
LUFTWAFFE, GF+GE, Mrz. 40 to Apr.40, named 'Preussen', used at 4 KG zbV 107 in Norway, later returned to DLH for Iraqui mission
LUFTHANSA, D-AEDS, Apr. 40 to Apr.43, named 'Preussen'
LUFTWAFFE, GF+GE, Apr. 43 to Mai.45, named 'Preussen', handed over to Allied forces, scrapped in England
J900006, Ju90 A / Z2
LUFTHANSA, D-ASND, Jun. 39 to Mrz.40, named 'Mecklenburg'
LUFTWAFFE, BG+GX, Mrz. 40 to Jun.40, named 'Mecklenburg', used in Norway
LUFTHANSA, D-ASND, Jun. 40 to Mai.43, named 'Mecklenburg'
LUFTWAFFE, BG+GX (later J4+HH), Mai. 43 to Nov.43, named 'Mecklenburg', destroyed on ground (probably during air raid)
J900007, Ju90 A
LUFTHANSA, D-AFHG, Okt. 39 to 1940, named 'Oldenburg'
LUFTWAFFE, BD+TX, 1940 to Jul.43, named 'Oldenburg', destroyed during emergency landing at Corsika
J900008, Ju90 A / Z2
LUFTHANSA, D-ATDC, Feb. 40, named 'Hessen'
LUFTWAFFE, BG+GZ, ??.??.?? to Jan.43, named ' ', destroyed at Charkow due to undercarriage failure
J900009, Ju90 A / Z2
LUFTHANSA, D-AJHB, Mrz. 40 to Mai.41, named 'Thüringen'
LUFTWAFFE, BJ+OV (later J4+KH), Mai. 41 to Jan.43, named ' ', destroyed in 08.44 at Tarnewitz (sometimes also mentioned as "destroyed at Pitomnik")
J900010, Ju90 A
LUFTHANSA, D-AVMF, Apr. 40 to Mai.40, named 'Brandenburg'
LUFTWAFFE, D-AVMF, Mai. 40 to Nov.40, named 'Brandenburg', destroyed in icing accident at Brauna, 23 killed (some also refer to "destroyed at Oslo 12.04.40)
J900011, Ju90 A / V11
JUNKERS, none, ??.??.??, construction stopped and continued as Ju290-V1 (s/n 4918)


Junkers Ju290

J2900001, Ju290 V1
JUNKERSWERKE, BD+TX, Jul. 42, built from Ju90 V11
LUFTWAFFE, BD+TX, ??.??.?? to Jan.43, crashed at Pitomnik during take off, 40 killed
J900151, Ju290 V2 / A1
JUNKERS, CE+YZ (also SB+QA, J4+BH), Dez. 42 to Mai.44, (built from Ju90V8?), experimental aircraft, destroyed during air raid at Dessau
J900152, Ju290 V3 / A1
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QB (also J4+AF, GF+GH), Okt. 42 to Apr.43, crashed in Megrine, Tunesia
J900153, Ju290 V4 / A1
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QC (later T9+FK), Feb. 43 to Feb.44, destroyed during air raid at Tours, France (sometimes also 01.09.43 destroyed in wheels up landing?)
J900154, Ju290 A1
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QD (later J4+AH), Feb. 43 to Mai.43, crashed at Sidi Ahmed, Tunesa
J900155, Ju290 A1
LUFTWAFFE, ?????, 1942, used for structural tests at Prague
J900156, Ju290 A1
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QF, Mrz. 43 to Jul.43, crashed at Laerz during test flight
J900157, Ju290 V5 / A2
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QG (later 9v+AC, 9V+BK), Mai. 43 to Mai.45, handed over to Allies
RAF, AM57, Mai. 45 to 1949, scrapped in England (sometimes also mentioned as c/n161?)
J900158, Ju290 A2
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QH (also 9V+BC, 9V+BK, 9V+AH), Jun. 43 to Apr.45, shot down over Berlin by own anti aircraft fire
J900159, Ju290 A2
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QI (also 9V+CC, 9V+CK), Jun. 43 to Nov.43, shot down over Atlantic Ocean
J900160, Ju290 A3
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QJ (later 9V+BH, 9V+AK), Jul. 43 to Apr.45, probably destroyed by bombs at Rechlin
J900161, Ju290 A3
LUFTWAFFE, SB+QK (also PI+PO, 9V+DK), Jul. 43 to Dez.43, crashed into mountain during bad weather at Lesaca, Spain (also mentioned as AM57 ->c/n 157)
J900162, Ju290 A3
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PP (?SB+QL, 9V+GK, also 9V+EK), Aug. 43 to Apr.45, handed over to Allies at Salzburg, Austria
J900163, Ju290 A3
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PQ (?SB+QM, later 9V+AK, 9V+CH, 9V+IK), Aug. 43 to Mai.45, blown up before handed over to Allies
J900164, Ju290 A3
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PR (later 9v+GK, ?SB+QN?), Aug. 43 to Mai.44, shot down over Atlantic Ocean
J900165, Ju290 V7 / A4
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PS (later A3+HB), Sep. 43 to Mai.45, modified to A7 06.07.44, captured in Munich
USAF, FE3400, Mai. 45, transfered to USA and later scrapped
J900166, Ju290 A4
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PT (later 9V+BK, 9V+DH), Sep. 43 to Apr.44, burnt at Bourges, France during bomb attack
J900167, Ju290 A4
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PU (later 9V+HK), Sep. 43 to Jun.44, missed at Eastern front
J900168, Ju290 A4
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PV (later SB+QY, 9V+FK), Okt. 43 to Nov.43, crashed on take off at at Mont de Marsan
J900169, Ju290 A4
LUFTWAFFE, PI+PW (later 9V+KK), Okt. 43 to Apr.44, destroyed during air raid at Finsterwalde
J900170, Ju290 V6 / A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LA (later 9V+DH), Nov. 43 to Apr.45, probably destroyed by air raid at Rechlin
J900171, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LB (later A3+AB, 9V+CH), Nov. 43 to Mai.45, captured at Flensburg by RAF, later scrapped
J900172, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LC (later 9V+BH), Nov. 43 to Aug.48, damaged on landing at Bernburg, probably not repaired
J900173, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LD (later 9V+CK), Jan. 44 to Dez.44, destroyed by bombs at Neuburg
J900174, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LE (later 9V+EH), Dez. 43 to Sep.44
LUFTHANSA, D-AITP, Sep. 44 to Dez.44, named 'Sachsen', destroyed during air raid at Munich
J900175, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LF (later 9V+FH), Dez. 43 to Feb.44, shot down over Atlantic Ocean
J900176, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LG (later 9V+GH), Dez. 43 to Sep.44
LUFTHANSA, D-AITQ, Okt. 44 to Apr.45, named 'Preussen', damaged on landing at Munich, not repaired
J900177, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LH (later 9V+DK), Dez. 43 to Feb.44, shot down over Atlantic Ocean
J900178, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LI (later 9V+EK), Feb. 44 to Sep.44
LUFTHANSA, D-AITR, Okt. 44 to Apr.45, named 'Bayern', damaged on landing at Barcelona
SPANISH AIR FORCE, 74+23, Apr. 50 to Jul.56, named ' ', wfu in 05.53, later scrapped
J900179, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LJ (later A3+FK, 9V+FK), Jan. 44 to Feb.44, handed over to USAAF and scrapped (shot down over Atlantic?)
J900180, Ju290 A5
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LK (later 9V+KH), Mrz. 44 to Apr.45, destroyed during air raid at Rechlin
J900181, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LL (later 9V+GK), Apr. 44 to Aug.44, destroyed during air raid at Dessau
J900182, Ju290 A9
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LM (later T9+UK, A3+AB), Feb. 44 to Jun.44, missed on mission at Russian Front
J900183, Ju290 A9
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LN (later T9+VK, A3+BB), Feb. 44 to Apr.44, damaged during air raid at Finsterwalde, scrapped at Travemunde
J900184, Ju290 V8 / A7
JUNKERS, KR+LO, Mai. 44 to Okt.44, remains used for construction of Orel L290 in Prague
J900185, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LP (also T9+WK), Mrz. 44 to Mai.44, lost at Russuian front
J900186, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LQ (also A3+OB, 9V+FH), Mrz. 44 to Mai.45
RAF, AIRMIN 6, Mai. 45 to 1946, handed over to RAF and scrapped
J900187, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LR (later 9V+LK), Apr. 44 to Mai.45, crashed into mountain at Posadade Llanes, Spain
J900188, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LS (later 9V+FK), Mrz. 44 to Mai.44, missed during Atlantic mission
J900189, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LT (later 9V+KK), Apr. 44 to Sep.44, damaged during air raid
J900190, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LU (later 9V+MK, A3+PB), Mai. 44 to Feb.45, crashed on landing at Hildesheim
J900191, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LV (later 9V+AB), Apr. 44 to Sep.44, damaged during air raid at Brunntal, later blown up.
J900192, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LW (later 9V+HH), Mai. 44 to Mrz.45, damaged during air raid at Munich
J900193, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LX (later 9V+FK), Mai. 44 to Apr.45, destroyed during air raid at Rechlin
J900194, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LY, ??.??.?? to Mai.44, destroyed during air raid at Dessau prior to first flight
J900195, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+LZ (later 9V+LK), Jun. 44 to Sep.44, destroyed during air raid at Brunntal
J900196, Ju290 A7
LUFTWAFFE, KR+MU (later PI+PS, 9V+IH), Jul. 44 to Apr.45, destroyed during air raid at Rechlin
J900212, Ju290 A8
JUNKERS, ?????, ??.??.??, not finished until May 1945, continued by Letov as L290 Orel
CSA, OK-, Aug. 46 to Sep.50, to technical Museum Prague, later scrapped, undercarriage still available
J900213, Ju290 A8
JUNKERS, ?????, ??.??.??, used for structural tests

 

Junkers Ju390

J3900001, Ju390 V1
JUNKERS, GH+UK, Okt. 43 to Jul.44, Ju 390 Prototype, scrapped 04.45
J3900002, Ju390 V2
JUNKERS, ??+??, never to Feb.45, flights at Rechlin documented in flight book of Oblt. Eisermann
UKN, Ju390
DLH, D-AZIL, never, just a fictive design, no more Ju390 were built than prototype!


 

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