Specifications for the
Dornier Do 335 Pfeil (Arrow)
Fighter-Bomber / Heavy Fighter
Focus Model: Dornier Do 335 A-0 Pfeil (Arrow)
Country of Origin: Nazi Germany
Manufacturer: Dornier Flugzeugwerke - Germany
Initial Year of Service: 1945
Length: 45.44 ft (13.85 m)
Width: 45.28 ft (13.80 m)
Height: 14.93ft (4.55 m)
Weight (Empty): 16,314 lb (7,400 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 21,164 lb (9,600 kg)
Powerplant: 2 x Daimler-Benz DB 603E/MW50 liquid-cooled 12-cylinder inverted in-line engines developing 1,750 horsepower each.
Maximum Speed: 477 mph (768 kmh; 415 kts)
Maximum Range: 868 miles (1,397 km)
Service Ceiling: 37,402 ft (11,400 m; 7.1 miles)
Rate-of-Climb: 1,750 feet-per-minute (533 m/min)
1 x 30mm MG 103 cannon
2 x 15mm MG 151 cannons
Total of 2,200 lb in externally-held conventional drop ordnance or air-to-surface rockets.
Goppingen Go 9 - Research Model
Do P.59 - High-Speed Bomber Model
Do P.231 - Updated High-Speed Bomber Model
Do 335A-0 - Preproduction fighter / bombers of which ten were produced.
Do 335A-1 - First production model of which eleven were completed.
Do 335A-2 - Proposed fighter-bomber with upgraded weapons suite, uprated engines and wider wing span.
Do 335A-3 - Proposed reconnaissance version based on A-1.
Do 335A-4 - Proposed reconnaissance version with more compact camera fit; based on A-3.
Do 335A-5 - Proposed single-seat night-fighter; larger wings and uprated engines.
Do 335A-6 - Proposed two-seat night-fighter
Do 335A-7 - Proposed model based on A-6 with wider span wings.
Do 335A-8 - Proposed model based on A-4 with wider span wings.
Do 335A-9 - Proposed model based on A-4 with wider span wings; pressurized cockpit for high-altitude work; uprated engines.
Do 335B-1 - Proposed bomber destroyer / heavy fighter
Do 335B-2 - Proposed bomber destroyer; additional Mk 103 cannons in wings; additional fuel stores for increased operational ranges.
Do 335B-3 - Proposed model based on B-1 with wider span wings.
Do 335B-4 - Proposed model based on B-1 with wider span wings and uprated engines.
Do 335B-12 - Two-seat trainer; Only two examples completed by war's end.
Do 435 - Proposed two-seat night-fighter with wider span wings; not produced.
Do 535 - Proposed version powered by rear-mounted turbojet engine; passed on to Heinkel though not furthered.
Do 635 - Proposed long-range reconnaissance model; mocked up by never constructed.
Do P.256 - Proposed Turbojet-powered night-fighter