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Heinkel He 60

Seaplane




Heinkel He 60 Seaplane reconnaissance

Service Data

In Service: 1933 to 1945

Production Data

First Flight: 1933
Manufacturer: Heinkel
Number built:

Technical Data

Type: Seaplane reconnaissance

Crew: 2 men
Length: 11.5 m
Wingspan: 13.5 m
Wing area: 56.2 m²
Height: 5.3 m
Empty: 2,725 kg
Loaded: 3,425 kg
Engine: 1 × BMW VI 6-0 12 cylinder water cooled inline engine producing up to 660 hp
Maximum speed: 240 km/h
Range: 950 km
Service ceiling: 5,000 m
Armament:
1 × 7.92 mm MG 17 machine gun forward firing
1 × 7.92 mm MG 15 machine gun in flexible mount for observer
Bomb load up to
Electronics:
Operators: Luftwaffe
Variants:
He 60a first prototype
He 60b second prototype
He 60c third prototype
He 60A pre-production aircraft
He 60B main production version
He 60 B-3
He 60C improved version
He 60D unarmed trainer version

Other: Seaplanes & Flying boats
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History

The Heinkel He 60 was a two seat single engine was a sturdy single bay biplane reconnaissance seaplane

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Sources

The Warplanes of the Third Reich.
ISBN-10: 0385057822

German Aircraft of the Second World War.
ISBN-10: 0370000242

Hitler's Luftwaffe.
ISBN-10: 051718771X

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