Airplanes Planes Used By Austro-Hungarian Air Service

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List of planes used by Austro-Hungarian Air Service. Plane models are listed alphabetically and include additional information about each individual Austro-Hungarian Air Service aircrafts. Austro-Hungarian Air Service uses, or at some point has used, these planes. This list answers the questions "what kind of aircraft does Austro-Hungarian Air Service use?" and "what plane am I flying on Austro-Hungarian Air Service?" List includes photos of the Austro-Hungarian Air Service planes when available, to help clear up what airplanes Austro-Hungarian Air Service flies. A list made up of items like Hansa-Brandenburg B.I and Aviatik B.III. (5 items)
Albatros D.III is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Planes Used By Austro-Hungarian Air Service
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The Albatros D.III was a biplane fighter aircraft used by the Imperial German Army Air Service and the Austro-Hungarian Air Service during World War I. The D.III was flown by many top German aces, including Wilhelm Frankl, Erich Löwenhardt, Manfred von Richthofen, Karl Emil Schäfer, Ernst Udet, and Kurt Wolff. It was the preeminent fighter during the period of German aerial dominance known as "Bloody April" 1917. ...more on Wikipedia

Wingspan (m): 8.99

Maiden Flight: Aug 01 1916

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Aviatik B.III

The Aviatik B.III was a reconnaissance aircraft built in Austria-Hungary during World War I. Aviatik's Austro-Hungarian subsidiary had built the German-designed B.II, and now further developed this design by adding a more powerful engine and armament in the form of a defensive machine gun and bomb racks. It was otherwise similar to Austro-Hungarian built B.IIs, incorporating the revisions that had been made locally to the original design. All were obsolete and out of service by the end of 1916. ...more on Wikipedia

Maiden Flight: Jan 01 1916

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Hansa-Brandenburg B.I

The Hansa-Brandenburg B.I was an unarmed military trainer and reconnaissance biplane of World War I flown by the Austro-Hungarian Air Service. Early models were known internally to the Hansa-Brandenburg firm as the type D, while later models with a more powerful engine were designated FD. This aircraft was one of the earliest designs of Ernst Heinkel, who was working for Hansa-Brandenburg at the time. It was an entirely conventional two-bay biplane with staggered wings of unequal span. The pilot and observer sat in tandem in a long open cockpit. The aircraft was produced under license by Aero both during the war, and afterwards, and also by Letov, as Š10. Experience gained with this design ...more on Wikipedia

Wingspan (m): 13.13

Maiden Flight: Jan 01 1914

Hansa-Brandenburg C.I is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list Planes Used By Austro-Hungarian Air Service
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Hansa-Brandenburg C.I

The Hansa-Brandenburg C.I, also known as Type LDD, was a 2-seater armed single-engine reconnaissance biplane designed by Ernst Heinkel, who worked at that time for the parent company in Germany. The C.I had similarities with the earlier B.I, including inward-sloping interplane bracing struts. Like other early-war Austro-Hungarian reconnaissance aircraft, such as C-types of Lloyd or Lohner, the Type LDD had a communal cockpit for its crew. The C.I served in the Imperial and Royal Aviation Troops in visual- and photographic reconnaissance, artillery observation and light bombing duties from early spring 1916 to the end of World War I. The aircraft had good handling characteristics, and steady ...more on Wikipedia

Wingspan (m): 13.12