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W 34 - the prototype, the engine Gnome-Rhone Jupiter VI
W 34 b - the first of the series, the wings of the matching F 13, the engine Jupiter VI, 10 pcs?
- W 34 ba - engine Bristol Jupiter VIII
- W 34 be - engine Bristol Jupiter VII
W 34 c - new profile of the wing, the engine Jupiter VI
- W 34 ca - engine Jupiter VIII
- W 34 ce - engine Jupiter VII
- W 34 ci - engine BMW Hornet
W 34 d - new wing with a span of 17,76 m and thickened slightly arrow like the leading edge of the
- W 34 da - engine Jupiter VIII
- W 34 de - engine Jupiter VII
- W 34 di - engine BMW Hornet
W 34 f - suspension with oil shock absorbers and low-pressure tyres, closed cockpit
- W 34 fa - engine Jupiter VIII
- W 34 fao - engine Siemens Sh 20, 1 pc for testing the automatic pilot
- W 34 fay - engine Wright Cyclone
- W 34 fe - engine Jupiter VII
- W 34 fei - engine Siemens Sh 20 U, 1 pcs for tests of maritime equipment
- W 34 fg - engine Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar Major
- W 34 fi - engine BMW Hornet
- W 34 ffi - engine Junkers L 5
- W 34 fo - engine Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp
- W 34 fu - engine Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar
- W 34 fue - engine Pratt & Whitney Hornet
- W 34 fy - engine Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar Panther
W 34 gi - guinea, reinforced construction, of the BMW Hornet, 1 pcs
W 34 h - different glazing, the higher the ceiling of the cabin, the margin of 18.48 m
- W 34 hi - the engine of the BMW Hornet, a practice for the Luftwaffe, 959-577 pcs
- W 34 hau - engine Bramo 322 H, a trainer for the Luftwaffe, 997 pcs

Total created about 70 variants. Machines with float landing gear should be the first letter of the version added the number 1 (e.g. W 34 b1), lyžový chassis meant the number 2 (e.g. W 34 D2i). Was built a total of 199 machines variants of the b to g.

Other variants:


Ju 46 - float the postal aircraft, the larger the rudder, the hull amplified for ejection; engine Pratt & Whitney Hornet, later BMW 132; 5 pcs
43 - the designation for the military reconstruction W 34, up to three machine guns, 6 light pum
Trp 2A - Swedish ambulance conversion, engine Bristol Mercury VI, 2 pieces; from 1940 Tp 2A

Kenz, Karlheinz. Eine für beinahe alles. Zwanzig Jahre lang gab es für die Junkers W34 keinen echten Ersatz (Teil 2), Klassiker der Luftfahrt 2008/04.
Kroschel, G., Stützer, H. Die deutschen Militärflugzeuge 1919 - 1934, Weltbild Verlag, Augsburg 1994. ISBN 3-89350-693-4.
https://hugojunkers.pytalhost.com/ju_w33_a1.htm
www.aviationsmilitaires.net
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