OY-DEM  Focke-Wulf FW 00 Condor            (c/n  2993)


                               In 1938 DDL acquired two FW200s to service its longer stage routes (the other was OY-DAM
                               - c/n  2894).   This image was taken from the pre WW II UK aviation journal "Flying".   This
                              one was named "Jutlandia".   The two Condors continued to provide a once daily Copenhagen-
                              Amsterdam-London service for several months after WW II broke out, albeit wearing the so-called
                              "neutrality" markings as seen in the grainy newpaper image (below)  In the event OY-DEM was
                              eventually taken over by the Luftwaffe, whilst OY-DAM escaped to the UK and flew for a while
                              with BOAC as G-AGAY.