Bücker Bü 134

The Bücker Bü 134 was the Bücker Company's first monoplane, and was a rare failure for the company. It was produced after the successful Bü 133 Jungmeister, and was a high-winged monoplane which could carry two people in an enclosed cabin. The wings could be folded back to ease transport on the ground. A single prototype was produced, but this aircraft, D-EGPA, performed disappointingly in tests during 1936 and the design was abandoned. Bücker moved on to the Bü 180 Student, a slightly more successful design that evolved into the very successful Bü 181 Bestmann.

Engine: Hirth HM 504
Power: 105hp
Crew: 2

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (22 August 2011), Bücker Bü 134 , http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/weapons_bucker_bu_134.html

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