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Registration / Serial:23.30
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros B.II
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros B.II
Aircraft Version:Albatros B.I (B.II (Ph))
Licence-built by:Phönix
C/n (msn):23.30
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1916
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
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The German Albatros B.II was designated B.I in the Austro-Hungarian army. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:23.30
Aircraft Version:Albatros B.I (B.II (Ph))
C/n (msn):23.30
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1916
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:23.30
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros B.II
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros B.II
Aircraft Version:Albatros B.I (B.II (Ph))
Licence-built by:Phönix
C/n (msn):23.30
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1916
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The German Albatros B.II was designated B.I in the Austro-Hungarian army. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:23.30
Aircraft Version:Albatros B.I (B.II (Ph))
C/n (msn):23.30
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1916
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Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1917
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Photo ID:377960Submit Correction
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Austro-Hungarian Aviatik D.I fighters. Aircraft in the 184, 284 and 384 serial batches were built by WKF, the Wiener Karosserie- und Flugzeugfabrik. Other series were produced by Aviatik and four other manufacturers. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:284.13
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):284.13
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1917
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1917
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Austro-Hungarian Aviatik D.I fighters. Aircraft in the 184, 284 and 384 serial batches were built by WKF, the Wiener Karosserie- und Flugzeugfabrik. Other series were produced by Aviatik and four other manufacturers. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:284.13
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):284.13
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
Location:Not known
Country:Not known
Photo Date:1917
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Registration / Serial:03.10
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker M.7/M.10
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker M.7/M.10
Aircraft Version:Fokker B.I (M.10E)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Igalo (closed)Map
Country:Montenegro
Photo Date:April 1915 to December 1915
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Photo ID:377598Submit Correction
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Fokker's first biplane was the M.7 of 1914. The M.10 was similar but with two additional struts towards the nose. The type sold to Austria-Hungary in two variants, the single-bay biplane M.10E, Austro-Hungarian designation B.I, and the two-bay M.10Z and M.11, or B.II. Fliegerkompanie (FliK) 6 was one of the receiving units and was based here at Igalo in 1915. We believe that the stone bridge in the background still exists, next to the E65 road bridge. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:03.10
Aircraft Version:Fokker B.I (M.10E)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Igalo (closed)Map
Country:Montenegro
Photo Date:April 1915 to December 1915
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:03.10
Aircraft Original Type:Fokker M.7/M.10
Aircraft Generic Type:Fokker M.7/M.10
Aircraft Version:Fokker B.I (M.10E)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Igalo (closed)Map
Country:Montenegro
Photo Date:April 1915 to December 1915
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Photo ID:377598Submit Correction
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Fokker's first biplane was the M.7 of 1914. The M.10 was similar but with two additional struts towards the nose. The type sold to Austria-Hungary in two variants, the single-bay biplane M.10E, Austro-Hungarian designation B.I, and the two-bay M.10Z and M.11, or B.II. Fliegerkompanie (FliK) 6 was one of the receiving units and was based here at Igalo in 1915. We believe that the stone bridge in the background still exists, next to the E65 road bridge. Photo from: Fortepan
Registration / Serial:03.10
Aircraft Version:Fokker B.I (M.10E)
C/n (msn):
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Igalo (closed)Map
Country:Montenegro
Photo Date:April 1915 to December 1915
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Original Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Generic Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
Licence-built by:Thöne & Fiala
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:27 September 2018
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:102660Submit Correction
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Designed by Julius Berg and produced by the Austrian branch of the German Aviatik company, the D.I fighter was one of the better Austrian aircraft of WWI, although pilots preferred the Albatros D.III. Some 700 examples were built in 1917 and 1918. The Austro-Daimler engine was prone to overheating. Note the large radiator filler cap - it almost looks like a crafted mascot!
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:27 September 2018
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Original Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Generic Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
Licence-built by:Thöne & Fiala
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:27 September 2018
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:102660Submit Correction
View count: 82
Designed by Julius Berg and produced by the Austrian branch of the German Aviatik company, the D.I fighter was one of the better Austrian aircraft of WWI, although pilots preferred the Albatros D.III. Some 700 examples were built in 1917 and 1918. The Austro-Daimler engine was prone to overheating. Note the large radiator filler cap - it almost looks like a crafted mascot!
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:27 September 2018
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Original Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Generic Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
Licence-built by:Thöne & Fiala
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:102207Submit Correction
View count: 108
The D.1 was the first Austrian designed fighter to be built and this rare original was produced by Thöne & Viala in Vienna. It is now on display at the Personal Courage wing at the wonderful Museum of Flight.
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Original Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Generic Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
Licence-built by:Thöne & Fiala
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Collection:Museum of Flight
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Photo ID:102207Submit Correction
View count: 108
The D.1 was the first Austrian designed fighter to be built and this rare original was produced by Thöne & Viala in Vienna. It is now on display at the Personal Courage wing at the wonderful Museum of Flight.
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County International (KBFI / BFI)Map
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Photo Date:2 August 2013
Photo by:Alastair T. GardinerContact
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Original Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Generic Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
Licence-built by:Thöne & Fiala
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Mesa - Falcon Field (MSC / FFZ)Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Collection:Champlain Fighter Museum
Photo Date:20 April 1991
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Photo ID:98202Submit Correction
View count: 198
1918-built original Aviatik D.1 aircraft. Later moved to the Museum of Flight at Seattle.
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Mesa - Falcon Field (MSC / FFZ)Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Photo Date:20 April 1991
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Original Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Generic Type:Aviatik D.I
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
Licence-built by:Thöne & Fiala
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Mesa - Falcon Field (MSC / FFZ)Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Collection:Champlain Fighter Museum
Photo Date:20 April 1991
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact
Photo ID:98202Submit Correction
View count: 198
1918-built original Aviatik D.1 aircraft. Later moved to the Museum of Flight at Seattle.
Registration / Serial:101.40
Aircraft Version:Aviatik D.I
C/n (msn):101.40
Operator / Titles:Austria-Hungary - Air Force
City / Airport:Mesa - Falcon Field (MSC / FFZ)Map
Region / Country:Arizona, United States
Photo Date:20 April 1991
Photo by:R.A.ScholefieldContact