|Number built||170 (German-built L 26 only)|
|Developed from||Klemm Kl 25|
The Klemm L 26, later Klemm Kl 26, was a low-wing trainer aircraft built by Klemm.
The L 26 was a larger, reinforced development of the Klemm L 25.
Like the L 25, the L 26 was a single engined low-wing monoplane with fixed conventional landing gear. Most variants were two-seaters with tandem open cockpits.
The L 26 was first flown in 1928 and entered production the following year and was produced until 1936. The L 26 was also produced in the United States by Aeromarine-Klemm as the AKL-26.
In 1931, Oskar Dinort won the Deutschlandflug [de] in an L 26 Va. Other notable pilots of the L 26 included Ernst Udet and Elly Beinhorn.
This is an incomplete list.
Of the 170 aircraft built in Germany, only one survived World War II, and that aircraft no longer exists. However, an American-built AKL-26 is on display in a dismantled state at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Red Hook, New York.
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