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The JUNKERS F 13 forever changed civil aviation.

On 25 June 1919, a JUNKERS F 13 took off for the first time in the German town of Dessau. She made it possible to travel by air to all continents. The JUNKERS F 13 is the mother of all modern airliners.

1919

The precursor of all JUNKERS F 13 defies gravity for the first time

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photo: Lennart Andersson collection

1919

«Annelise» sets the altitude record

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1920

The Vikings turn out to be F 13 trailblazers

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photo: Lennart Andersson collection

1920

The JUNKERS F 13 revolutionises travelling in South America

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photo: Image Archive at the ETH Library in Zürich

1920

The Weimar Republic takes wing

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1921

The JUNKERS F 13 conquers the skies over Switzerland

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1921

Generous leasing terms bring commercial success

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1921

The F 13 in the Land of the Rising Sun

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1921

The first coup d’état by air

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photo: Georg Punka collection

1923

Landing on ice in St. Moritz

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1923

At the doorstep of the Arctic

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1923

Camels and winged corrugated sheet

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1924

An ice princess on skids

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1925

Heading for the Middle Kingdom

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photo: Collection Viktor Kulikow

1925

Pest control 20 metres above the ground

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1927

The red F 13 heads for Teheran

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photo: Image Archive at the ETH Library in Zürich

1927

The endless airfield that is the Rhine

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photo: Deutsche Lufthansa AG

1927

A private aircraft for the Brits

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photo: Lennart Andersson collection

1927

With a closed cockpit

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1929

Columbia banks on the radial engine

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photo: Lennart Andersson collection