Title: Junkers Ju52

The Junkers Ju52 was the ubiquitous German transport aircraft of WW2 and first flew in 1930, initially as a single-engined aircraft but subsequently fitted with three engines. It utilised the well-known Junkers construction method of corrugated aluminium skins to stiffen the structure.

Nearly 5,000 were built with production lines in Germany, France and Spain. Examples continued in civil and military service well into the 1980’s and several historic examples continue to fly.

This title includes the pilots manual and the descriptive/maintenance manual for the main variants of the Junkers Ju52/3m along with two manufacturer’s brochures, one on the original single-engine version and the other on the three-engine version. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • Bedienungsvorschrift-fl (Flight Operating Instructions) for the Junkers Ju52/3m g3e – g8e, manual reference D.(Luft) T.2052 g3e – g8e-fl dated Mar 1941 with approx.141 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Betriebsanleitung (Operating Instructions – like a maintenance manual) for the Junkers Ju52/3m g3e and g4e dated Jul 1939 with approx. 390 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure on the Ju52, dated July 1931 with approx. 26 pages. (In the Spanish and German languages.)
  • Manufacturer’s publicity brochure on the Ju52/3m, undated with approx. 8 pages. (In the English and German languages.)