The Aviatik 30.24 (this designation indicating that it
was the 24th experimental aircraft produced by O-UF
Aviatik) single-seat fighter triplane designed by von
Berg appeared in May 1917. Employing a similar structure
to that of the D.I and a basically similar fuselage,
the Aviatik 30.24 was powered by a 200hp Austro-Daimler engine and carried an armament of two synchronised
8-mm Schwarzlose 07/12 machine guns. Performance
was marginally inferior to that of the similarly-
powered D.I, and only one prototype of the
triplane was therefore completed.
| Take-off weight||862 kg||1900 lb|
| Empty weight||620 kg||1367 lb|
| Wingspan||7.22 m||24 ft 8 in|
| Length||6.86 m||23 ft 6 in|
| Height||2.75 m||9 ft 0 in|
| Wing area||22.50 m2||242.19 sq ft|
| Max. speed||174 km/h||108 mph|
|Stephen, e-mail, 25.10.2012 01:32|
Three prototypes of 30.24 were built. One in 1917 and two others in 1918. They were accepted by K.u.K in October 1918.
|marry, 18.06.2011 07:11|
the similarly- powered D.I, and only one prototype of the triplane was therefore completed.
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