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|image = DO-X.jpg
 
|image = DO-X.jpg
|name =Dornier Do X
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|name = Dornier Do X
|type =Flying boat
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|type = Flying boat
|authors =Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM), Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
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|authors = Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)<br/>Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)<br/>Marc Kraus (Panel)
|fdm =YASim
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|fdm = YASim
 
|status =
 
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|fgname =dox, dox-yasim
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|fgname = dox, dox-yasim
|download=
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The '''Dornier Do X''' was the largest, heaviest, and most powerful [[:Category:Seaplanes and flying boats|flying boat]] in the world when it was produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929.
 
The '''Dornier Do X''' was the largest, heaviest, and most powerful [[:Category:Seaplanes and flying boats|flying boat]] in the world when it was produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929.

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Dornier Do X
DO-X.jpg
Type Flying boat
Author(s)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
  • /Emmanuel Baranger (3D/FDM)
    Pierre Geoffroy (FDM)
    Marc Kraus (Panel)
FDM YASim
--aircraft= dox, dox-yasim
Status Unknown

The Dornier Do X was the largest, heaviest, and most powerful flying boat in the world when it was produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929. Only three were built.

Aircraft help

This is a description of the Do X cockpit (under development):

Do X cockpit.png