4 decal variants:
1. Dornier Do 22, No.307, W.O.C. I. Koroša, Abu Qir Bay, 1941
2. Dornier Do 22, N29, 12 Mira Naftikis Synergassias, Piraeus, 1939
3. Dornier Do 22, E81, Elefsina, 1941
4. Dornier Do 22, No.302, Divulja naval airbase, 1937
The type was operated in the Second World War by Greece, Yugoslavia and Finland.The first production model, known as the Do 22/See when fitted with floats, did not fly until 15 July 1938 from Dornier's factory at Friedrichshafen, Germany, although it did incorporate parts made in Switzerland. While the Luftwaffe was not interested in the aircraft, examples were sold to Yugoslavia, Greece and Latvia.