Aircraft Photo of 101.40 | Aviatik D.I | Austria-Hungary - Air Force | AirHistory.net #102660
Aircraft
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
Location
City / Airport:Seattle - Boeing Field / King County InternationalMap
Region / Country:Washington, United States
Airport Codes:ICAO: KBFI   IATA: BFI   Local: BFI   Other: -
Collection:Museum of Flight
 
Photo Date:27 September 2018
Photo by:Peter de Jong
Photo ID: 102660
Photo Comment

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 despite the impressively large radiator filler cap - it almost looks like a crafted mascot!

This photo was added on 15 November 2018, and has since been viewed 61 times.


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