Junker Ju88A2 Schnellbomber


21. April 1943 a German Luftwaffe Junker JU 88 crashed outside the city of Rødvig. This airplane belonged to the military school group Flugzeugfuhrerschule -FFS B34 on Kastrup airport, and was out that day training on blind flying. The crew of four men all lost their lives in the accident and were later buried at the cemetery in Copenhagen. The plane had the construction markings Werk 708b, and the code PK+DJ making her identity quite certain. The broken remains of the airplane rest today on a depth of 24 to 30 meter.

Former names:
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