Junkers EF 127

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As part of the hunter emergency program of emerged towards the end of World War II in the Junkers works , the project development aircraft (EF) 126 a microlight fighter . From this design, the EF 127 version was derived, which was designed as a rocket-propelled object protection fighter. Only minor changes were necessary for this. The EF 127 did not get beyond the dummy stage, while the EF 126 project was continued by the Soviet Union. The V1 was tested without a drive, the V4 with a drive.

Technical specifications

Parameter Data
crew 1
length 7.60 m
span 6.65 m
Wing area 8.90 m²
Wing extension
Empty mass 1030 kg
Takeoff mass 2960 kg
Top speed
Service ceiling
Climbing time to 10,000 m 1:09 min
Range 700 km
Engines a rocket engine Walter HWK 109-509A-2 , 2000 kp
Armament two cannons 20 mm ( MG 151/20 )

See also