Albatros Dr II


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Albatros Dr II

The Dr.II was, in effect, a triplane variant of the D.X biplane with a similar 195hp Benz Bz Illbo engine. Ailerons were fitted to all wings, and these, of parallel chord and heavily staggered, were braced by broad I-struts. Armament consisted of two 7.92mm machine guns, and the sole prototype of the Dr.II was flown in the spring of 1918.

  Take-off weight915 kg2017 lb
  Wingspan10.00 m33 ft 10 in
  Length6.18 m20 ft 3 in
  Wing area26.6 m2286.32 sq ft

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