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Albatros C.III Albatros C.III


The Albatros B.I and smaller B.II were developed before the outbreak of war in 1914 ...

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Albatros B I/B II

1913

Albatros B I/B II

Albatros C V/C VII Albatros C V/C VII

1916

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Designed by Herren Thelen, Schubert and Gnadig in a successful endeavour to wrest from the Allies ...

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Albatros D I

1916

Albatros D I

Albatros W 4 Albatros W 4

1916

The W.4 was a sea-plane development of the D.I and 117 were built for the ...

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Medium bomber powered on the G.III limited production version by two 164kW Benz Bz.IVa pusher ...

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Albatros G III

1916

Albatros G III

Albatros D.III Albatros D.III

1916

Just after its combat debut, one of the sleek new Albatros D.III fighters experienced a cracked ...

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One of the most serious design faults of the D.I was the poor forward and upward ...

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Albatros D II

1916

Albatros D II

Albatros D IV Albatros D IV

1916

The D.IV was developed essentially to test the geared version of the 160hp Mercedes engine (this ...

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These were produced by Albatros in 1917 to perform the same duties as the AEG ...

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Albatros J I / J II

1917

Albatros J I / J II

Albatros D.V Albatros D.V

1917

At the same time as the OAW received its first contract for the D.III in April ...

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The Dr.I was essentially a D.V fuselage, tail surfaces and undercarriage married to three pairs of ...

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Albatros Dr I

1917

Albatros Dr I

Albatros D VII Albatros D VII

1917

Flown in August 1917, the D.VII was powered by a 195hp Benz Bz Illb eight-cylinder water-cooled ...

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Unlike previous Albatros fighters, the D.IX featured a slab-sided, flat-bottomed fuselage. The wings were similar to those ...

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Albatros D IX

1918

Albatros D IX

Albatros D X Albatros D X

1918

Developed in parallel with the D.IX and possessing a similar slab-sided fuselage, the D.X was powered ...

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The Dr.II was, in effect, a triplane variant of the D.X biplane with a similar 195hp ...

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Albatros Dr II

1918

Albatros Dr II

Albatros D XI Albatros D XI

1918

Flown for the first time in February 1918, the D.XI departed from the traditional Albatros formula ...

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The last Albatros fighter of World War I actually completed and flown, the D.XII featured the ...

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Albatros D XII

1918

Albatros D XII

Albatros L.58 Albatros L.58

1923

High-wing monoplane airliner of 1923, originally powered by a single 179kW Rolls-Royce Falcon engine. Construction ...

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In order to evade the restrictions on the development of military aircraft in Germany imposed by ...

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Albatros L.65 (Memel A.F.G.I)

1925

Albatros L.65 (Memel A.F.G.I)

Albatros L.73 Albatros L.73

1926

Large and impressive eight-passenger biplane airliner of 1926. Powered originally by two 179kW BMW Va ...

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Two-seat advanced training biplane powered by a 268kW BMW Va engine.

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Albatros L.75 Ass

1928

Albatros L.75 Ass

Albatros L.77v Albatros L.77v

1928

In late 1928, the Albatros Flugzeugwerke at Johannisthal accepted from the Ernst Heinkel Flugzeugwerke four L.77v tandem ...

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When, in 1931, economic circumstances dictated amalgamation of the Albatros Flugzeugwerke with the Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau, flight testing ...

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Albatros L.84

1933

Albatros L.84



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