Aeromarine-Klemm AKL-26A
United States, Two-seat Training and Sport Monoplane

Archive Photos 1

Aeromarine-Klemm AKL-26A (N320N, s/n 2-59, 1930) at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, Rhinebeck, NY (Photos by John Shupek) copyright © 1998, 1999, 2003 Skytamer Images)

Overview 2

The Aeromarine-Klemm Corporation was formerly the Aeromarine Plane & Motor Co., and has been reconstituted and renamed to manufacture the German-designed Klemm low-wing monoplane.

This Klemm aircraft design originated in Germany in 1925. The type was successful and was built in many countries throughout the world. It was outstanding for its ease in handling and slow flight characteristics. The Klemm is of all wood construction and was designed to be disassembled in minutes. Klemms could often be seen being towed behind cars and stored in garages.

Specifications 2




Tail Unit


Power Plant



Weights and Loadings (AKL-26A Landplane)

Weights and Loadings (AKL-26A Seaplane)

Weights and Loadings (AKL-26B Landplane)

Performance (AKL-26A Landplane)

Performance (AKL-26A Seaplane)

Performance (AKL-26B Landplane)


  1. Shupek, John. Aeromarine-Klemm AKL-26A The Skytamer Archive, Copyright © 2013 Skytamer Images. All Rights Reserved
  2. Bridgman, Leonard. Aeromarine-Klemm: Aeromarine-Klemm AKL-26A and AKL-26B, Jane’s All The World’s Aircraft 1931. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Company, Ltd., 1931, pp. 243c-244c Print


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