Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
AEG J.I and J.II (Germany)
The longer J.II of the following year differed further in having horn-balanced tail control surfaces and upper ailerons. A total of over 600 J.I/J.Ia/J.IIs were built.
After the war J.IIs
first passed to Deutsche Luft-Reederei. This airline began what became the first sustained daily passenger aeroplane service in the world with them and DFWs on 5 February 1919 (between Berlin and Weimar). Although early commercial J.IIs retained open cockpits, modified aircraft quickly appeared with an enclosed cabin for two passengers.
Data: Engine one 149 kW (200 hp) Benz Bz.IV Wing span 13.46 m (44 ft 2 in) Length (J.II) 7.9 m (25 ft 11 in) Max T-O weight (J.II) 1,765 kg (3,891 lb) Max level speed 150 km/h (93 mph)