Albatros J I / J II
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Albatros J I / J II

These were produced by Albatros in 1917 to perform the same duties as the AEG J.I and J.II and were similarly armed. The major production J.I version was also similarly powered to the AEG and carried armour plating to protect the crew from ground fire. The less successful J.II, powered by a 164kW Benz Bz.IVa, had extra armour plating to protect the engine and so lost the pointed nose and propeller spinner of the former.

Albatros J I / J II

 ENGINE1 x Bz IV, 147kW
    Take-off weight1808 kg3986 lb
    Empty weight1398 kg3082 lb
    Wingspan14.1 m46 ft 3 in
    Length8.8 m29 ft 10 in
    Height3.3 m11 ft 10 in
    Wing area42.8 m2460.69 sq ft
    Max. speed140 km/h87 mph
    Cruise speed110 km/h68 mph
    Ceiling4500 m14750 ft
    Range w/max.fuel350 km217 miles
    Range w/max.payload275 km171 miles
 ARMAMENT3 x 7.9mm machine-guns

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