Aviatik (Berg) 30.24
1917
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Aviatik (Berg) 30.24

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.


Specification 
 WEIGHTS
    Take-off weight862 kg1900 lb
    Empty weight620 kg1367 lb
 DIMENSIONS
    Wingspan7.22 m24 ft 8 in
    Length6.86 m23 ft 6 in
    Height2.75 m9 ft 0 in
    Wing area22.50 m2242.19 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
    Max. speed174 km/h108 mph

Comments
Stephen, 25.10.2012

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

the similarly- powered D.I, and only one prototype of the triplane was therefore completed.

, 18.06.2011

The Aviatik 30.24

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