The Junkers A50 JuniorYour dream of freedom and lifestyle
The new Junkers A50 JuniorThe flair of the 30s
Today’s technology with the flair of the 1930s – the idea of reviving the historic Junkers A50 Junior as an ultralight aircraft with the best flight characteristics and the latest safety standards will give you the ultimate flying experience.Download brochure
Flying in its most beautiful formA cinematic flying experience
Flying is passion – so get ready and come along on a sightseeing flight aboard the new Junkers A50 Junior in our image video. Be inspired by its timeless design, which has been transferred to our modern times with state-of-the-art technology. For a flying experience that is as liberating as it is unique.
Technical dataPassion and lightness
An ultralight aircraft as an open two-seater in which you and your companion sit one behind the other in tandem. Powered by a four-cylinder Rotax fuel-injected engine and equipped with the utmost safety such as Beringer brakes and a built-in Galaxy parachute rescue system, the Junkers A50 Junior is the best reason to take to the air with a smile on your face.
As unique as the people who fly them
The Junkers A50 Junior is an all-around individual aircraft – not only in terms of its unique design. You can also turn any Junkers A50 Junior into your own personal Junkers A50 Junior by choosing from six different paint and leather colors. There are no limits to your imagination.
Elegant linesProud beauty
The silhouette of the new Junkers A50 Junior already makes the hearts of pilots and aircraft enthusiasts beat faster. The timeless classic also presents itself gracefully and proudly in its new interpretation. This skillfully sets the A50 Junior apart from other aircraft of its type.
Graceful and dynamicThe silver arrow among aircraft
The elegant and graceful design is particularly striking in the side view. Thanks to its straightforward lines, the Junkers A50 Junior achieves outstanding values in terms of fuel consumption and performance as an ultralight aircraft – and is a real feast for the eyes, by the way.
Characteristic frontAlways a nose length ahead
Hugo Junkers, the inventor of the Junkers aircraft, was always a nose ahead of the competition in terms of technology. But that also applied to the unmistakable design of his aircraft. Even today, the characteristic front inspires aircraft enthusiasts worldwide.
Modern instruments & controlEverything at a glance
Despite its 1930s flair, pilots in the new Junkers A50 Junior by no means have to do without a modern cockpit interface. All relevant information is clearly presented on high-resolution displays. The high-tech interface blends elegantly into the retro design.
High quality equipmentSense for details
The fine leather in combination with the tasteful “Junior” logo clearly shows that attention has been paid to every detail in the new edition of this classic. As a result, the special flair of the 1930s is preserved and pilots of the new Junkers A50 Junior feel transported back to the golden pioneering days of aviation – and, of course, with all the amenities and safety systems of today’s aircraft.
The story of the Junkers A50 JuniorAchieving the impossible
The Junkers A50 Junior had its maiden flight in 1929. The single-engine, two-seat low-wing monoplane with an oval fuselage cross-section and dural corrugated sheet metal planking was equipped with an 80 hp engine and already had a take-off mass of around 600 kg at that time – in other words, an ultralight aircraft of the first hour.
The Junkers A50 Junior was able to set a number of FAI world records around the world and became famous, among other things, because Marga von Etzdorf was the first woman to fly her Junkers A50 Junior from Berlin to Tokyo in several stages in 1931.