Titles: HFB320 Hansa Jet No’s 1 and 2

Unique among business jets for its forward-swept wings the Hansa Jet was first flown in 1964 but never enjoyed significant commercial success. It had a number of fatal accidents, most attributable to pilot error and not the aircraft, but this unfortunately affected sales. Production ended in 1973 with only 47 examples being built. The last flyable example in the US was sunk as a diving attraction in Ohio in October 2006. (What a waste!) Several examples were operated by the German Luftwaffe in the VIP transport and ECM trainer roles until the late 90’s.

We offer two titles covering this unique aircraft which contain the civil and military flight manuals for the Hansa along with manufacturer’s descriptive and publicity publications. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.


Title 1 contains:

  • Luftwaffe Flight Manual for the HFB 320 (ECM Trainer), GAF TO 1C-HFB320(M)-1 dated 1-4-85, approx. 640 pages. (Luftwaffe manuals are in English, follow the USAF format exactly, but are of better quality.)
  • Manufacturer’s Specification for the HFB320 Hansa, revised to 1 Oct 1964 with approx. 95 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure for the Hansa Jet 320, undated with 24 pages.

Title 2 contains:

  • Hamburger Flugzeugbau manufacturer’s manuals for the HFB320, comprising;
    – Flight Manual (Sections 1 to 5), revised to 16-2-71 with approx. 440 pages.
    – Operations Manual (Sections 6 to 23), revised to 25-10-70 with approx. 573 pages.
    This is a large and comprehensive manual set.
  • Manufacturer’s colour publicity brochure for the Quick Change version, (Executive, Commuter, Freighter), undated with 16 pages.