by Horst Zoeller, 1996 - 2020, 67th Edition, 22 Nov 2020

Junkers-Larsen Corporation


May 1920 in New York, USA
John Larsen and Hugo Junkers

Main Business:
Final Assembly and Sale of Junkers F13 aircraft in the U.S.

Management Positions:
1920 John Larsen, head of Junkers Larsen Aircraft Corporation

Final Assembly at Roosevelt Airport, Mineola, New York

Junkers-Larsen JL-6

Company Development:
1919 Larsen and Junkers signed a sales cooperation agreement for the US market (27.11.19)
1919 First F13 aircraft delivered to Larsen (29.12.19)
1920 F13 (US designator JL6) promotion tour within the USA (May 1920)
1920 Order for 8 JL6 aircraft by the U.S. Postal Office (June 1920)
1920 JL6 accident series in the U.S. (August 1920)
1920 ILUK confiscated F13 aircraft of Junkers-Larsen Corporation at Hamburg harbour
1921 Larsen converts F13/JL6 for military purposes to JL12 standard
1922 Final sales activities for JL12, no further activities of Junkers-Larsen-Corporation

Further Links:
Angelika Hofmann's F13 Page (German text about J-L Corporation)


introduced Aug 1996, transfered Dec 2017
contents last updated 12 Jun 2004