Unlike previous Albatros fighters, the D.IX featured a
slab-sided, flat-bottomed fuselage. The wings were
similar to those of the D.VII, as were also the tail surfaces,
power was provided by a 180hp Daimler D IlIa
engine, and armament consisted of the usual twin synchronised
7.92mm LMG 08/15 machine guns. The sole
prototype appeared early in 1918, but performance
proved disappointing and development was discontinued.
| Take-off weight||897 kg||1978 lb|
| Empty weight||677 kg||1493 lb|
| Length||6.65 m||22 ft 10 in|
| Max. speed||155 km/h||96 mph|
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