Hansa-Brandenburg W.29
1918
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Hansa-Brandenburg W.29

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Specification 
 CREW2
 ENGINE1 x 112kW Benz Bz III 6-cylinder liquid-cooled inline engine
 WEIGHTS
    Take-off weight1494 kg3294 lb
 DIMENSIONS
    Wingspan13.50 m44 ft 3 in
    Length9.38 m31 ft 9 in
    Height3.00 m10 ft 10 in
 PERFORMANCE
    Max. speed175 km/h109 mph
 ARMAMENT2-3 x 7.92mm machine guns

Comments
Barry, 12.05.2014

So why is this plane double entered on this site?

, 20.06.2011

Hansa-Brandenburg W.29
1918

wanqian, 20.06.2011

Too bad they entered the war so late. Am currently attemting to build a working RC model of one.

, 20.06.2011

Hansa-Brandenburg W.29
1918

adolf jaeger, 25.12.2010

Zach, you should not look into the mirror while typing. Seriously, though, the design is brilliant. The rudder placement gives the observer an uninterrupted field of fire, the best I have ever seen on an aeroplane with conventional tail.

adof jaeger, 25.12.2010

Zach, you should not look into the mirror while typing. Seriously, though, the design is brilliant. The rudder placement gives the observer an uninterrupted field of fire, the best I have ever seen on an aeroplane with conventional tail.

zach, 09.11.2010

this plane is gay

pba, 02.02.2010

Best WWI german plane in my opinion. Not only is the design sweet, out of the few battles these planes saw, they all survived. Too bad they entered the war so late. Am currently attemting to build a working RC model of one.

Mhgn, 24.01.2009

This thing is awesome!

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