Junker Ju88A2 Schnellbomber

Denmark,Europe

21. April 1943 a German Junker JU 88 crashed outside Rødvig. This plane belonged to the military school group Flugzeugfuhrerschule (FFS) B34 on Kastrup and was training on blind flying.The crew of four men all perished and were later buried in the city of Copenhagen. The remains of the plane rest today on a depth of 24 to 30 meter.


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Junker JU 88 A2

20,0 x 14,4 x 4,8 m
     
Tons: Built: Home Port:
9,8 tons ( empty ) Dessau ( D ) Kastrup ( DK )
GPS (ED50): D.55:08,781 12:36,555
( Source: Vragguiden )


Picture: Junker JU 88
Bundesarchiv Bild 101I-417-1766-03A


Dimensions:
span 65 ft 10 in (20.00 m), length 47 ft 1 in (14.40 m)
height 15 ft 11 in (4.80 m), wing area 590 sq ft (54.5 m2)