Developed specifically for high altitude combat over
the Italian front, the Aviatik 30.30 (which has sometimes
been referred to as the D.III although no evidence
exists to support the application of this designation)
had wings similar to those of the D.I, married to a new
fuselage, redesigned vertical tail surfaces and a 230hp
Hiero six-cylinder inline engine, the radiator for which
was mounted above the upper wing centre section.
| Take-off weight||943 kg||2079 lb|
| Empty weight||683 kg||1506 lb|
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