Variants A former Fw 200 A airliner used as a Luftwaffe transport. The radar-equipped Fw 200 C-4 Adolf Hitler's personal Fw 200 Condor, bearing the insignia of the Die Fliegerstaffel des Fuehrers on its nose There were three variants of the aircraft: the Fw 200A, B, and C. The Model A was a purely civilian variant used by Deutsche Luft Hansa, DDL in Denmark, and Syndicato Condor in Brazil. The Fw 200B and Fw 200C models were used as long-range bombers, reconnaissance, troop and transport aircraft. Fw 200 V1 First prototype. Fw 200 V10 Military prototype. Fw 200 A-0 Pre-production batch of fourth to ninth prototypes. Fw 200 B-1 Transportation aircraft fitted with four BMW 132Dc engines. Fw 200 B-2 Transportation aircraft fitted with four BMW 132H engines. Fw 200 C-0 Pre-production batch of 10 aircraft, structural strengthening, the first four were manufactured as unarmed transports, the remaining six were fitted with armament. Fw 200 C-1 First military production version, BMW 132H engines, fitted with full-length Bola ventral gondola, increased defensive armament, provisions for four 250 kg (550 lb) bombs. Fw 200 C-2 Similar to C-1, but featured a recessed underside to the rear sheet metal of each of the two outboard engine nacelles which reduced drag and could carry a 250 kg (550 lb) bomb or a 300 L (80 US gal) drop tank. Fw 200 C-3 Structurally strengthened, fitted with Bramo 323 R-2 radial engines. Fw 200 C-3/U1 Featured an increased defensive armament, a 15 mm MG 151 cannon in an enlarged powered forward dorsal turret, the 20 mm MG FF replaced by a MG 151/20 cannon. Fw 200 C-3/U2 Fitted with original dorsal turret, and had the 20 mm MG 151/20 at the front end of the ventral Bola gondola replaced with a 13 mm (0.5 in) MG 131 machine gun, which allowed space for the installation of a Lotfe 7D bombsight. Fw 200 C-3/U3 Fitted with two additional 13 mm MG 131s. Fw 200 C-3/U4 Had 7.92 mm (0.31 in) MG 15 machine gun replaced by 13 mm MG 131s and carried an extra gunner. Fw 200 C-4 Similar to C-3, but carried FuG Rostock search radar, late production aircraft used FuG 200 Hohentwiel radar. Fw 200 C-4/U1 (Werk-Nr 137) High-speed transport aircraft, only one example built with shortened Bola gondola without bomb bay. Used to transport Adolf Hitler. Heinrich Himmler and Karl Dönitz. Bore the Stammkennzeichen alphabetic code of GC + AE. Captured by British and used as transport by them while based at B.164 Schleswig, flown frequently by Eric Brown - later to RAE Farnborough with Air Min number 94 Fw 200 C-4/U2 (Werk-Nr 138) High-speed transport aircraft with similarly shortened Bola gondola (with no bomb bay) to earlier C-4/Umrüst-Bausätz 1 version, with accommodation for 14 passengers, only one example built. Fw 200 C-6 Several aircraft were outfitted with an early version of the FuG 203 Kehl series missile control transmitter, to carry Henschel Hs 293 missiles and re-designated C-6. Fw 200 C-8 Fitted with Telefunken FuG 200 Hohentwiel sea-search radar; some examples equipped with FuG 203b Kehl III missile control transmitter and fitted with Hs 293 missiles. Fw 200 S-1 Special designation for Fw 200 V1 that was flown from Berlin to Tokyo.