List of military aircraft of Central Powers in WWI


List of military aircraft of Central Powers in WWI

This is a list of military aircraft used by the Central Powers in World War I.

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Fighters and interceptors

* Albatros D.I (1916)
* Albatros D.II (1916)
* Albatros D.III (1916)
* Albatros D.V
* Aviatik D.I
* Aviatik C.VI
* Damiler L.6
* Fokker D.I
* Fokker D.II
* Fokker D.III
* Fokker D.IV
* Fokker D.V
* Fokker D.VI
* Fokker D.VII (1918)
* Fokker D.VIII (also known as monoplane E.V) (1918)
* Fokker Dr.I (1917)
* Fokker E.I (1915)
* Fokker E.II (1915)
* Fokker E.III (1916)
* Fokker E.IV (1916)
* Fokker E.V (also known as monoplane D.VIII)
* Halberstadt D.II
* Hannover CL.II
* Hannover CL.III
* Hannover CL.IV (prototype)
* Hannover CL.V
* Hansa-Brandenburg D.I
* Junkers D.I (1918)
* Kondor D.VI
* Kondor E.III
* Naglo D.II
* Pfalz D.III
* Pfalz D.XII
* Pfalz Dr.I
* Pfalz E.I
* Pfalz E.II
* Roland D.II
* Roland D.VI
* Siemens-Schuckert D.I
* Siemens-Schuckert D.II
* Siemens-Schuckert D.III
* Siemens-Schuckert D.IV
* Siemens-Schuckert L.I (1918?)
* Zeppelin-Lindau D.I

Bomber and ground attack

* Gotha G.V (1917)
* Junkers CL.I (1918)
* AEG G.I
* AEG G.II
* AEG G.III
* AEG G.IV
* AEG G.V
* AEG J.I (1916)
* AEG J.II (1918)
* AEG N.I
* AEG PE
* AEG R.I
* Zeppelin Staaken R.VI

Patrol and reconnaissance

* AEG B.I (1914)
* AEG B.II (1914)
* AEG B.III (1915)
* AEG C.I (March 1915)
* AEG C.II (October 1915)
* AEG C.III (prototype)
* AEG C.IV
* AEG C.V (prototype)
* AEG C.VI (prototype)
* AEG C.VII (prototype)
* AEG C.VIII (prototype)
* AEG D.I (prototype)
* AEG DJ.I (prototype)
* AEG Dr.I (1917 prototype)
* AGO C.I
* AGO C.II
* AGO C.III (prototype)
* AGO C.IV
* AGO C.VII (prototype)
* AGO C.VIII (prototype)
* Albatros B.I
* Albatros B.II
* Albatros C.I (1915)
* Albatros C.III (1916)
* Albatros C.V
* Albatros C.VII
* Albatros C.IX
* Albatros C.X
* Albatros C.XII
* Aviatik B.I (1914)
* Aviatik B.II (1914)
* Aviatik C.I (1916)
* Aviatik C.VI
* Brandenburg W12
* DFW C.V
* Etrich Taube (1911) (also known as Rumpler Taube)
* Hannover C.II
* Junkers J.I
* LVG B.I
* LVG C.II (1916)
* Rumpler C.I
* Rumpler C.IV
* Rumpler Taube (1911) (also known as Etrich Taube)

Trainer

* Euler D.I

Prototype

* Albatros C.II (prototype?)
* Fokker E.II (1915) (prototype?)
* Junkers J 1 (1915) (first all-metal aircraft)
* Junkers J2 (1916)

Aircraft producers

* AEG
* Aviatik
* Fokker
* Gothaer Waggonfabrik
* Siemens-Schuckert

Aircraft designation codes

See also

* List of military aircraft of Germany


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