Hansa-Brandenburg Aircraft

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Hansa-Brandenburg KD (D.I) Hansa-Brandenburg KD (D.I)

1916

Designed by Ernst Heinkel specifically for the Austro- Hungarian K.u.k. Luftfahrttruppen in 1916, the KD (Kampf Doppeldecker) ...

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The KDW twin-float single-seat fighter seaplane was essentially a conversion of the land-based KD (D.I) to provide ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg KDW

1916

Hansa-Brandenburg KDW

Hansa-Brandenburg CC Hansa-Brandenburg CC

1916

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The first fighter to be designed by Ernst Heinkel as chief designer for the Hansa- ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg KF

1916

Hansa-Brandenburg KF

Hansa-Brandenburg W.11 Hansa-Brandenburg W.11

1917

A heavier and more powerful derivative of the KDW, the W.11 single-seat twin-float fighter biplane was powered ...

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A single-bay twin-float two-seat fighter biplane, the W.12 was flown for the first time in ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg W.12

1917

Hansa-Brandenburg W.12

Hansa-Brandenburg L.14 Hansa-Brandenburg L.14

1917

A derivative of the KD (D.I) with larger overall dimensions, simplified interplane bracing and a 200hp ...

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A single-seat equi-span fighter triplane, developed for the Austro-Hungarian K.u.k. Luftfahrttruppen, with aerofoil-section I-type interplane bracing struts, ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg L.16

1917

Hansa-Brandenburg L.16

Hansa-Brandenburg W.16 Hansa-Brandenburg W.16

1917

Intended primarily as a successor to the KDW in the station defence fighter role, but also ...

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A single-seat fighter flying boat developed for the Austro- Hungarian Navy, the prototype of the W.17 ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg W.17 (A 49)

1917

Hansa-Brandenburg W.17 (A 49)

Hansa-Brandenburg W.18 Hansa-Brandenburg W.18

1917

The W.18 single-seat fighter flying boat was, like the CC that it supplanted, intended primarily for ...

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The last of the Heinkel-designed single-seat fighter float seaplanes built by the Hansa- und Brandenburgische Flugzeug-Werke, the ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg W.25

1917

Hansa-Brandenburg W.25

Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 Hansa-Brandenburg W.29

1918


An enlarged W.12 developed to meet a demand for a two-seat fighter seaplane with greater endurance, ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg W.19

1918

Hansa-Brandenburg W.19

Hansa-Brandenburg W.27, W.32 Hansa-Brandenburg W.27, W.32

1918

Early in 1918, it was suggested to Ernst Heinkel that a successor to the W.12 two-seat ...

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Evolved from the W.12 two-seat patrol fighter biplane in parallel with the W.27, the W.29 was ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg W.29

1918

Hansa-Brandenburg W.29

Hansa-Brandenburg W.33 Hansa-Brandenburg W.33

1918

Ordered in April 1918, the W.33 was basically a larger and more powerful development of the ...

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Continuing the line of two-seat patrol fighter monoplanes initiated with the W.29, the W.34 was the ...

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Hansa-Brandenburg W.34

1918

Hansa-Brandenburg W.34

Hansa-Brandenburg W.33 Hansa-Brandenburg W.33

1918



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