Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
Ju 52 - Base Series Designation; original prototype; fitted with 1 x BMW engine.
Ju 52/1 - Single engine prototype form; BMW or Junkers engines trialed.
Ju 52/3m - Tri-motor prototype with Pratt & Whitney R-1340 "Wasp" engines; model of 1932.
Ju 52/3mce - Civilian transport model
Ju 52/3mge - Militarized Ju 52 as medium bomber and transport.
Ju 52/3mg3e - Improved military variant
Ju 52/3mg4e - Military version with tailwheel added
Ju 52/3mg5e - Military version fitted with 3 x BMW radial engines; floatplane capability when equipped.
Ju 52/3mg6e - Revised communications gear
Ju 52/3mg7e - Enlarged loading door; autopilot capable
Ju 52/3mg8e - Additional roof door
Ju 52/3mg9e - Reinforced undercarriage; glider tow equipment supported.
Ju 52/3mg10e - Floatplane capable
Ju 52/3mg12e - Fitted with 3 x BMW radial engines
Ju 52/3m12e - Luft Hansa airlines aircraft
Ju 52/3mg14e - Final German wartime production model.
AAC 1 "Toucan" - Post-war French-produced model by Avions Amiot.
CASA 352 - Post-war Spanish-produced model
CASA 352L - Post-war Spanish-produced model
C-79 - Single example under USAAF usage
T2B - Spanish Air Force designation
Tp 5 - Swedish Air Force designation
K 45c - Torpedo bomber conversion by Sweden; sole example.