Bucker Bu-131 Jungmann

Bucker Bu-131 Jungmann

CountryNazi Germany
RoleTraining aircraft
First flight27 April 1934

Photo gallery of a Bucker Bu-131 Jungmann, The German Bücker Bü 131 “Jungmann” (Young man) was a 1930s basic training aircraft which was used by the Luftwaffe during World War II.

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Bucker Bu-131 Jungmann
PhotographerVladimir Yakubov
LocalisationFantasy of Flight, Polk City
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RoleBasic trainer
ManufacturerBücker Flugzeugbau
DesignerCarl Bücker
First flight27 April 1934
Introduction1968 (Spanish Air Force)

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The Bucker Bu-131 Jungmann was a German biplane trainer aircraft that was designed and built by Bucker Flugzeugbau in the 1930s. It was one of the most popular and successful training aircraft in Europe before and during World War II. The Bu-131 had a simple and robust design, with a welded steel tube fuselage and wooden wings covered with fabric. It was powered by a radial engine that gave it good performance and maneuverability. The Bu-131 was used by many air forces around the world, including Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Japan, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, and Finland. It was also produced under license in Spain, Czechoslovakia, and Japan. The Bu-131 remained in service until the 1960s, and some examples are still flying today as historic aircraft.

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