The Junkers Larsen 6
aircraft was popular because it was made of durable aluminium,
had a powerful BMW III-A engine, and boasted an enclosed, larger
cabin. This was particularly important to pilots who were flying
into the northern country during winter conditions.
After the First World War, German aircraft designer and
manufacturer Hugh Junkers, developed his monoplane for passenger
The aircraft could seat six people, or the equal amount of
weight, in its closed cabin. The cabin was larger than most
other aircraft at the time.