Rohrbach Ro V Rocco
Rohrbach Ro V was a seaplane manufactured by the Rohrbach Metall-Flugzeugbau company in Berlin, Germany. Only one was built, in 1927. It was delivered to Severa GmbH for comparison flights with the Dornier Do J "Superwal" and as a seaplane trainer. It was used for commercial flights in 1928 by the Deutsche Luft Hansa for the Travemünde to Oslo route.
Data from Rohrbach Ro V "Rocco"
- Crew: 3
- Capacity: 10 / 12 passengers
- Length: 19.30 m ()
- Wingspan: 26.00 m ()
- Height: 6.65 m ()
- Wing area: 94.0 m² ()
- Empty weight: 6,850 kg ()
- Max. takeoff weight: 9,710 kg ()
- Powerplant: 2 × Rolls-Royce Condor III, () each
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