Dornier Do 22 Kl
The final batch of Dornier Do 22's produced were 4 for Latvia, designated the Do 22 Kl.
After having visited Yugoslavia to see the operation of their Do 22 Kj seaplanes, Latvia ordered 4 aircraft.
Completed as landplanes with their float gear prepared for separate shipment, the aircraft were in preparation for delivery when the Soviet Union invaded Latvia leaving the aircraft stranded in Germany. Given temporary German registration Dornier looked for other export customers, but politics prevented them from attempting to sell them to the 2 nations that wanted more Do22's to increase their own fleets; Greece and Yugoslavia.
Eventually in 1941 Finland purchased the aircraft. Ferried as landplanes, the Finns operated the aircraft against the Soviets as landplanes, seaplanes and skiplanes depending on the season and conditions.