4 results found
Registration / Serial:"B.1302/15"
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros BII
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros BII
Aircraft Version:Albatros Sk1 (BIIa)
Operator / Titles:Poland - Air Force
C/n (msn):10019
City / Airport:Cracow - Rakowice-Czyzyny (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:16 May 2018
Photo by:PhilContact
Photo ID:204460
View count: 17
Aircraft is registered D-EKDU
Registration / Serial:"B.1302/15"
Aircraft Version:Albatros Sk1 (BIIa)
Operator / Titles:Poland - Air Force
C/n (msn):10019
City / Airport:Cracow - Rakowice-Czyzyny (closed)
Photo Date:16 May 2018
Photo by:PhilContact
City / Airport:Cracow - Rakowice-Czyzyny (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:5 March 2015
Photo by:Juhani SipiläContact
Photo ID:138641
View count: 48
On display at the Polish Aviation museum. [Nikon D300s + Nikkor AF-S 35mm/1,8]
Registration / Serial:No Reg
Aircraft Version:Albatros BII
Operator / Titles:Poland - Air Force
C/n (msn):
City / Airport:Cracow - Rakowice-Czyzyny (closed)
Photo Date:5 March 2015
Photo by:Juhani SipiläContact
Registration / Serial:
Aircraft Original Type:Albatros BII
Aircraft Generic Type:Albatros BII
Aircraft Version:Albatros BII
Operator / Titles:Poland - Air Force
C/n (msn):
Aircraft Name:Ada
City / Airport:Cracow - Rakowice-Czyzyny (closed)Map
Country:Poland
Collection:Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego
Photo Date:27 July 2005
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
Photo ID:57875
View count: 39
This aircraft, named ADA is a part of the Polish Aviation museum. Built in 1914 it was used in WWI as a reconnaissance aircraft until 1915 when it was relegated to training duties
Registration / Serial:
Aircraft Version:Albatros BII
Operator / Titles:Poland - Air Force
C/n (msn):
City / Airport:Cracow - Rakowice-Czyzyny (closed)
Photo Date:27 July 2005
Photo by:Mick BajcarContact
City / Airport:Linköping - Malmen (ESCF)Map
Country:Sweden
Collection:Flygvapenmuseum
Photo Date:25 August 2016
Photo by:Peter de JongContact
Photo ID:18654
View count: 53
Designed by Ernst Heinkel and first flown in 1914, the Albatros B.II was the main German reconnaissance aircraft early in WWI, despite the poor view for the observer who sat in the front cockpit. It was also an important trainer. One B.II was interned in Sweden at the outbreak of the war, and the design was copied and manufactured by several Swedish companies.
Registration / Serial:04
Aircraft Version:Albatros Sk1 (BIIa)
Operator / Titles:Sweden - Air Force
C/n (msn):464
City / Airport:Linköping - Malmen (ESCF)
Photo Date:25 August 2016
Photo by:Peter de JongContact