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Fighter A to Z (17)
The first Austrian Aviatik fighter prototype, the 30.14 which crashed in October 1916.
A general arrangement drawing of the 200 hp Austro-Daimler-engined D I.
The Aviatik 30.25 experimental single-seat reconnaissance fighter, evolved from the Aviatik (Berg) C.I reconnaissance two-seater, had provision for an automatic camera.
The Aviatik 30.27 which, together with the similar 30.29, participated in the D-type contest of July 1918.
The Aviatik 30.30 was designed specifically for high-altitude combat over the Italian front.
The Aviatik 30.27 which, together with the similar 30.29, participated in the D-type contest of July 1918.
The Aviatik D II did not enter quantity production owing to the decision to licence manufacture the Fokker D VII.
The Aviatik D II did not enter quantity production owing to the decision to licence manufacture the Fokker D VII.
The Aviatik 30.40 was the only Berg-designed fighter monoplane.
The Avimeta 88 was an all-metal fighter reconnaissance aircraft evolved by the designer of the Packard-Lepere LUSAC-11 and -21.