Aviatik (Berg) 30.25
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The requirement of the Austro-Hungarian Army Command for a long-range single-seat reconnaissance fighter led Dipl Ing Julius von Berg to develop the Aviatik 30.25. Completed in March 1918, this was basically a single-seat version of the two-seat Aviatik (Berg) C.I reconnaissance aircraft, with similar fuel tankage, and provision for the installation of an automatic camera and two synchronised 8mm Schwarzlose 07/12 machine guns. It was also proposed to install radio equipment. Power was provided by a 200hp Austro- Daimler six-cylinder engine, and speed performance was comparable with that of the Aviatik 30.30 fighter then under test, but no production was undertaken.