A parasol monoplane derivative of the Aviatik 30.27,
the Aviatik 30.40 was powered by a similar 160hp Steyr
Le Rhone 11-cylinder rotary engine, and only one prototype
was built and flown during the summer of 1918.
The Aviatik 30.40 was of wooden construction. The forward
fuselage was covered by light metal panels and
the remainder of the fuselage was ply covered. The
wing had fabric skinning, and steel-tube bracing struts
| Take-off weight||586 kg||1292 lb|
| Empty weight||366 kg||807 lb|
| Max. speed||192 km/h||119 mph|
|loupan, 18.06.2011 11:02|
The wing had fabric skinning, and steel-tube bracing struts were employed.
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