Aircraft Profiles
Aircraft
Focke-Wulf Fw 189 - Part I
The Focke-Wulf 189 entered service in 1941. It was primarily used by the Luftwaffe, and the Air Forces of Bulgaria, Hungary, and Slovakia.

The design was a twin-boom, twin-engined reconnaissance and army cooperation aircraft. It had a crew of three and combined slow speed manoeuvrability with excellent visibility.

It was armed with 2 x 7.92mm machine guns in the wings and one or two 7.92mm machine guns for defence.
Country of Origin:
Germany
Fw 189 - Bulgaria
Fw 189 - Bulgaria
Fw 189 - Aufkl 12
Fw 189 - Aufkl 13
Fw 189 - Aufkl 32
Fw 189 - NJG 100
Fw 189 - Hungary
Fw 189 - Slovakia