Title:  Focke-Wulf Fw200 Condor

The Fw200 four-engined long-range monoplane was originally developed as a long-range airliner and first flew in 1937. Its military potential was quickly realised, and as well as a military transport variants were developed for long-range reconnaissance and maritime patrol. The aircraft was very successful against Atlantic shipping in the early years of WW2 but after becoming vulnerable to ship-launched fighters it was restricted to reconnaissance operations.

276 examples were built, and one example was well-known as the personal transport of Adolf Hitler. Only a few examples survived the war, in Spain, but these were all scrapped by 1950. An example was raised from a Norwegian fjord in poor condition in 1999 and was subjected to a complete restoration by Airbus, and is now housed at the Tempelhof Aviation Museum.

This title contains three Luftwaffe technical manuals for the Focke-Wulf Fw200 Condor; a flight manual, a brief operating manual, and a data-file; along with a manufacturer’s publicity brochure and the aircraft profile covering the Condor. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • Luftwaffe Bedienungsvorschrift-Fl (Pilot’s Manual) for the Focke-Wulf Fw200C-3, document L.Dv.T. 2200C-3/fl dated Feb 1941 with approx. 123 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Luftwaffe Kurzbetriebsanleitung (Brief operating instructions- flight and maintenance) for the Focke-Wulf Fw200C-1 and C-2, document D(Luft)T.2660/1 dated 1940 with approx. 96 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Luftwaffe Kennblatt fur das Flugzeugmuster (data sheet for the aircraft type) dated 1941 with approx. 24 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure for the Focke-Wulf “Condor”, undated but probably late 1930’s with approx. 17 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Aircraft Profile publication No 99 covering the Fw200 Condor, dated 1966 with 15 pages.