The Fleet

Our fleet is set to grow in the years to come. To us, every aircraft makes for a fascinating challenge.

The fleet

Most of Deutsche Lufthansa Berlin-Stiftung's historic fleet can look back on a colorful history.
The first of our flying legends, the Junkers Ju 52 rolling out of final assembly in 1936, is the mainstay of our activities. Following the Dornier Do 27, which – although much younger – must also count as a vintage flying machine, we were able to purchase an extremely well-preserved Messerschmitt 108 at the end of 1990. Built at Regensburg in 1940, she still has her original Argus As 10 c engine.

Our Foundation's main objective is to preserve historic aircraft. We constantly endeavor to extend our fleet by adding legendary flying classics. For details of our current restoration work, please go to Projects.

Our fleet:

Junkers Ju 52/3m – "Aunt Ju"

Junkers Ju 52/3m –die “Tante Ju”
For many, "Aunt Ju" is more than just a plane. She can look back on a colorful history and touches the hearts of many.

Me 108 B-1 “Taifun”

Me 108 B-1 “Taifun”
Numerous record-breaking long-distance flights by Elly Beinhorn brought fame to the Me 108.

Dornier Do 27 B-3

Dornier Do 27 B-3
Deutsche Lufthansa Berlin-Stiftung uses the Do 27 for teaching Ju 52 pilots to fly tailwheel.
Flying cross-country on the Junkers
Flying cross-country on the Junkers