The Authors

Lennart Andersson
Several published books and many articles on civil and military aviation history Distinctions, grants and awards: Svensk Flyghistorisk Förening (six times), Best Swedish aviation book (four times), Kungl Vetenskapsakademien och Ingenjörsvetenskapsakademien, Kungl Svenska Aeroklubben, Sveriges Författarfond, Författarnas fotokopieringsfond, and from a number of other organisations.

Günter Endres
Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, many published books and articles on civil aviation, editor for Flight World Airline Directory and for Jane’s IDEX, DSEi, Eurosatory and SOFEX show daily magazines, desk editor for Aviation International News magazines at air shows. Contributor to leading aviation magazines Awards: Aerospace Journalist of the Year 2000 and 2006.

Rob J M Mulder
Several published books and articles on civil aviation history. Has held numerous lectures on European airlines. European airlines history specialist with extensive collection on that subject. Awards: Best Norwegian aviation book 2007, Book of the Month (April 2010, The Aeroplane).

Günther Ott
Long time specialist on German aviation history and founding member of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutsche Luftfahrthistorik (ADL) in 1972. Devotes much of his research to Junkers aircraft and civil air transport 1919-1945, resulting in some books and numerous articles.

Günther Ott's other book projects: Deutsche Lufthansa in Norway 1927-1945 and Junkers Ju 86. For information on the other authors' projects, see links below!

Rob Mulder, Günter Endres, Günther Ott and Lennart Andersson         

All the authors became fascinated by the Junkers F 13 many years ago and have spent years of research on reconstructing the type’s history and on putting together the fates of each individual aircraft.

Z-förlaget Bok & Text
Andersson Aviation History
Lennart Andersson's websites

European Airlines
Rob Mulder's website
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