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    World War 1 Aircraft Timeline (1914-1918)

    Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 1/18/2016

    From the Bleriot to the Vickers Vimy, the First World War utilized over 100 different aircraft types over four long years of fighting.





    There are a total of (158) entries in the Military Factory World War 1 Aircraft Timeline (1914-1918). Entries are listed below by initial year of service ascending. Flag images indicative of country of origin. Those aircraft in development at war's end, and not having entered service until after the fighting had concluded, have also been included in this listing.




    1909
    Bleriot XI
    The Bleriot XI was one of the first notable monoplanes to achieve any level of fame. Primitive by to... [Read More]
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    1910
    Rumpler Taube (Etrich Taube)
    ... [Read More]
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    1912
    Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2
    The Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2 was born through the Royal Balloon Factory (RBF) establishment whic... [Read More]
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    1913
    Sikorsky Ilya Mourometz (Series)
    The Sikorsky Ilya Mourometz series of aircraft were the world's first four-engine bombers in operati... [Read More]
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    1913
    Avro 504
    Without knowing it from the outset, the Avro Type 504 series of aircraft would become one of the mos... [Read More]
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    1914
    Albatros B.II
    The Albatros B.II was a reconnaissance biplane used in the early years of the First World War, parti... [Read More]
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    1914
    Bristol Scout
    The Bristol Scout was born from a racing aircraft and was, therefore, based upon an excellent perfor... [Read More]
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    1914
    Aviatik B.I
    The Aviatik B.I series handled reconnaissance duties for Germany in the early years of the war, serv... [Read More]
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    1914
    Zeppelin Z.XII (LZ-26)
    First flown on December 14th, 1914, the military-minded Zeppelin "LZ-26" became one of the more succ... [Read More]
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    1914
    Sopwith Tabloid
    ... [Read More]
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    1914
    Caudron G.3
    As was the case with most of the aircraft featured during World War 1 (1914-1918), the French Caudro... [Read More]
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    1914
    Ponnier L.1
    World War 1 (1914-1918) proved the perfect avenue for which aviation concerns could showcase their w... [Read More]
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    1914
    Hansa-Brandenburg B.I (Type D/FD)
    Ernst Heinkel - whose German firm Heinkel would gain some level of notoriety in World War 2 - design... [Read More]
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    1914
    Farman MF.11 Shorthorn
    The Farman MF.11 "Shorthorn" was a development of French aeronautical engineering and was essentiall... [Read More]
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    1914
    Rumpler B.I
    While discussions of World War 1 (1914-1918) aircraft inevitably turn to Fokkers, SPADs and Sopwiths... [Read More]
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    1915
    Rumpler C.I
    Austrian-born engineer Edmund Rumpler settled his Rumpler Flugzeugwerke concern in 1909 and began by... [Read More]
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    1915
    LVG B (Series)
    Prior to production of military aircraft, the LVG concern ("Luft-Verkehrs-Gesellschaft") was focused... [Read More]
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    1915
    Curtiss JN-4 (Jenny)
    The much-loved Curtiss JN-4 "Jenny" two-seat trainer aircraft was utilized in a myriad of ways throu... [Read More]
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    1915
    Caproni Ca.1
    While the British Handley Page and German Gotha bombers receive their fair share of notoriety in Wor... [Read More]
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    1915
    Short Type 184
    ... [Read More]
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    1915
    Lloyd C.II
    The Lloyd C.II was a reconnaissance biplane fielded by the Austro-Hungarian Empire in World War 1, w... [Read More]
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    1915
    LVG C.II
    The LVG C.II was a limited-production reconnaissance scout plane utilized by the German Empire durin... [Read More]
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    1915
    DFW T.28 Floh (Flea)
    Perhaps one of the ugliest biplane fighters ever designed, the DFW T.28 "Floh" ("Flea") was the prod... [Read More]
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    1915
    Nieuport 12
    Air superiority became a back-and-forth affair for the air services involved in World War 1 (1914-19... [Read More]
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    1915
    Lebed Type XII
    The Russian Empire did not field many indigenous aircraft designs during World War 1, instead relyin... [Read More]
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    1915
    Sopwith Baby
    Sopwith Aviation was founded in 1912 by Thomas Sopwith (1888-1989) at Kingston upon Thames in London... [Read More]
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    1915
    Zeppelin L.10 (LZ-40)
    The Zeppelin was a rigid, "lighter-than-air" manned aircraft developed by German Count Ferdinand von... [Read More]
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    1915
    Rumpler G.I
    ... [Read More]
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    1915
    Aviatik C.I
    Aviatik (Automobil und Aviatikwerke) of Germany was already involved in aircraft designs from the ou... [Read More]
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    1915
    Vickers FB.5 (Gunbus)
    The FB.5 (also known as the "Gunbus") was of a biplane type design for the scouting role. What set t... [Read More]
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    1915
    Caudron G.4
    The Caudron G.4 series was a twin-engine bomber platform introduced in the early years of World War ... [Read More]
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    1915
    Breguet Br.5
    The Breguet Br.5 series of biplane bomber was developed from the Breguet Br.4. The Br.5 was operated... [Read More]
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    1915
    Voisin Type 5
    The French Voisin Type 5 bomber was developed from the proven Voisin III series and saw action in th... [Read More]
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    1915
    Morane-Saulnier Type N
    The Moraine-Saulnier Type N (or simply "Moraine-Saulnier N") was a French fighter aircraft of the Fi... [Read More]
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    1915
    Lohner B.VII
    The Lohner B.VII was a two-seat reconnaissance aircraft produced by and for the Austro-Hungarian Emp... [Read More]
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    1915
    Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2
    The F.E.2 series of aircraft were produced by the Royal Aircraft Factory and had their origins in th... [Read More]
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    1915
    Nieuport 11 (Bebe)
    The Nieuport 11 "Bebe" (or "Baby" - known officially as the "Nieuport 11 C1") was one of the first t... [Read More]
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    1915
    Fokker E (Eindecker)
    As with most aircraft developed during World War 1, the Eindecker series enjoyed a relatively short ... [Read More]
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    1915
    Albatros C.I
    The Albatros C.I series of aircraft was the next evolution in the brand's reconnaissance aircraft li... [Read More]
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    1915
    Albatros C.III
    Albatros built several "C-type" twin-seat reconnaissance biplanes for the German Air Service in Worl... [Read More]
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    1915
    AGO C.II
    The AGO C.II was the product of the Aerowerke Gustav Otto (abbreviated as "AGO") concern and is cons... [Read More]
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    1915
    Airco DH.2
    Geoffrey de Havilland was hired by the Airco firm in June of 1914 as lead designer and quickly lent ... [Read More]
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    1915
    SPAD S.A
    Developed in the mold of a "fighting scout", the French-originated SPAD S.A served in the armed reco... [Read More]
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    1915
    Pfalz E.I
    Pfalz Flugzeugwerke (PFW) was arranged to manufacture aircraft for the Bavarian Flying Service in 19... [Read More]
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    1916
    Wright Model L
    ... [Read More]
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    1916
    Nieuport 17
    Fresh off of the heels of the success that was the Nieuport 11, the Nieuport 17 was a direct develop... [Read More]
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    1916
    AEG C.IV
    The C.IV was a twin-seat biplane aircraft produced by the German firm of Allgemeine Elektrizitats-Ge... [Read More]
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    1916
    AEG G.IV
    The German concern of AEG (Allgemeine Elektritzitats Gesellschaft) delivered another successful wart... [Read More]
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    1916
    Albatros C.V
    The Albatros C.V can, in some ways, be approached as a step backwards in the progression of the C-se... [Read More]
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    1916
    Sopwith Triplane
    The Sopwith Triplane (dubbed the "Triplehound" by her pilots) was a three wing design built upon the... [Read More]
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    1916
    Albatros D.I
    The Albatros Flugzeugwerke firm certainly made a name for itself in World War 1. It was responsible ... [Read More]
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    1916
    Albatros D.II
    Albatros produced a variety of capable fighter mounts throughout World War 1 and the original D.I se... [Read More]
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    1916
    Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.8
    The Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.8 ("F.E." for "Fighter Experimental") was developed in 1915 and relea... [Read More]
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    1916
    Hansa-Brandenburg C.I (Type LDD)
    The Hansa-Brandenburg C.I was a two-seat reconnaissance aircraft seeing action with the Austro-Hunga... [Read More]
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    1916
    Hansa-Brandenburg D.I (Type KD)
    The D.I was another of Ernst Heinkel's aircraft designs for the Hansa-Brandenburg firm (known formal... [Read More]
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    1916
    Siemens-Schuckert D.I
    So desperate were the Germans of finding a counter to the French Nieuport 17 biplane fighter that th... [Read More]
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    1916
    DFW C.V
    The DFW C.V series of biplane aircraft was of German design in World War 1. The system was particula... [Read More]
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    1916
    Sopwith 1-1/2 Strutter (One-and-One-Half Strutter)
    Like other Sopwith Aviation Company aircraft, the wartime Sopwith 1-1/2 Strutter owed its existence ... [Read More]
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    1916
    Sopwith Pup
    The Sopwith Pup was a World War 1-era biplane fighter design appearing in 1916 during a time when Ge... [Read More]
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    1916
    SPAD S.VII
    The SPAD S.VII (or "S.7") was one of France's best single-seat fighters of World War 1 (1914-1918). ... [Read More]
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    1916
    Zeppelin L.32 (LZ-74)
    The German Zeppelin L.32 (production designation of "LZ-74") served the Imperial German Navy (German... [Read More]
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    1916
    Royal Aircraft Factory R.E.8
    The Royal Aircraft Factory's B.E.2 two-seat biplane scout gave exceptional service during World War ... [Read More]
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    1916
    Sikorsky S-16 (RBVZ S-XVI)
    Designed by Ukrainian aviation engineer Igor Sikorsky, the S-16 was developed to a Russian Empire re... [Read More]
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    1916
    LFG Roland C.II (Whale)
    The LFG Roland C.II was a rather advanced biplane fighter design of World War 1 (1914-1918) serving ... [Read More]
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    1916
    Ponnier M.1
    While the earlier Ponnier L.1 biplane scout aircraft (detailed elsewhere on this site) failed to imp... [Read More]
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    1916
    Lohner C.I
    The Lohner C.I was nothing more than the armed version of the two-seat Lohner B.VII reconnaissance a... [Read More]
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    1916
    Gotha G.IV
    The Gotha G.IV series of heavy biplane bombers served the German Air Service of World War 1 (1914-19... [Read More]
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    1916
    Rumpler 6B
    The Rumpler concern has become a largely forgotten aviation manufacturer when pitted alongside the l... [Read More]
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    1916
    Rumpler C.III
    Rumpler Flugzeugwerke followed their Rumpler C.I biplane reconnaissance aircraft with the improved C... [Read More]
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    1916
    Avro 523 Pike
    Avro (A.V. Roe and Company) was founded in 1910 and based out of Manchester. The firm played a large... [Read More]
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    1916
    Hanriot HD.1
    Despite its French origins, the Hanriot HD.1 biplane fighter saw extensive service with the Belgian ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Felixstowe F.2
    In the pre-World War 1 period, Royal Navy Lt Cmdr John Porte partnered with famous American aviator ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Fairey Campania
    The British became big proponents and pioneers of naval aviation during World War 1. War had broken ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Curtiss H-16
    In 1911, the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company unveiled their Model D, a biplane aircraft powered ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Rumpler C.IV
    ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Rumpler C.VII
    ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Rumpler C.VIII
    The aircraft, as a viable standalone weapon of war, emerged in World War 1 (1914-1918) along with th... [Read More]
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    1917
    Rumpler D.I
    ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Macchi M.5
    The Italian concern of Macchi was founded in 1912 by Giulio Macchi out of Varese, Italy. Despite Ita... [Read More]
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    1917
    Zeppelin-Staaken R-series
    When World War 1 (1914-1918) bogged down into the stubborn battles of trench warfare in the Autumn o... [Read More]
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    1917
    Albatros J.I
    The Albatros J.I was conceived of as a dedicated ground attack aircraft for use in the "infantry clo... [Read More]
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    1917
    Nieuport 27
    The Nieuport Nie.27 (or simply Nieuport 27) was designed by Gustave Delage and became an advanced tr... [Read More]
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    1917
    Gotha G.V
    With the Germans having gained critical territory up to the Belgian coast in 1914, thoughts to the b... [Read More]
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    1917
    Avro 529
    The Avro 529 followed closely in line with Avro's preceding bomber attempt - the 523. Both were desi... [Read More]
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    1917
    Dorand AR
    The Dorand AR series was developed for the French air service to replace the outmoded, two-seat Farm... [Read More]
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    1917
    LVG C.V
    The LVG C.V was a general-purpose, two-seat reconnaissance aircraft utilized by the German air servi... [Read More]
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    1917
    Beardmore WB III / SB 3
    The Beardmore WB III was nothing more than a highly-modified, navalized version of the successful la... [Read More]
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    1917
    Hansa-Brandenburg W.12
    The Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 was a two-seat floatplane fighter seaplane design serving the German Empi... [Read More]
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    1917
    Fokker V.4 (Fokker D.VI)
    The engineering path to the classic Fokker Dr.I Triplane of World War 1 fame went through several pr... [Read More]
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    1917
    Fokker V.5 (Fokker F.I)
    The Fokker V.6 continued the line of triplane prototype fighter begun by Fokker with the V.4 intende... [Read More]
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    1917
    Fokker V.6 (Fokker D.VII)
    The Fokker V.6 continued the line of triplane prototype fighter begun by Fokker with the V.4 intende... [Read More]
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    1917
    Fokker V.8 (Quintuplane)
    The arrival of the Sopwith Triplane for the Allies in World War 1 immediately showcased to the Germa... [Read More]
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    1917
    Caudron G.6
    The French aviation concern of Caudron continued to evolve their serviceable G-series reconnaissance... [Read More]
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    1917
    C.23 (Coastal Class)
    C.23 Coastal Class airship served the British Royal Navy during World War 1 (1914-1918). The aircraf... [Read More]
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    1917
    Zeppelin L.52 (LZ-98)
    The Zeppelin was a principle weapon of both the German Army and Navy concerning World War 1 (1914-19... [Read More]
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    1917
    SPAD S.XI
    The storied engineering career of Frenchman Louis Bechereau spanned decades and several popular des... [Read More]
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    1917
    SPAD S.XIV
    The SPAD S.XIV was a floatplane version of the earlier S.XII fighter. The original S.XII was develop... [Read More]
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    1917
    Sopwith Dolphin
    The Sopwith Dolphin was yet another fighter design in the long line of Thomas Sopwith production air... [Read More]
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    1917
    Armstrong Whitworth FK8
    The Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8 model series was a biplane aircraft conceived of by aircraft designer ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Friedrichshafen G.III
    The Friedrichshafen G.III was a medium bi-plane class bomber utilized by the German Empire in World ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Aviatik D.I (Berg D.I)
    The Aviatik D.I served the Austro-Hungarian Empire as a fighter and reconnaissance escort through th... [Read More]
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    1917
    Phonix C.I
    The Phonix C.I was a rather simplistic two-seat armed reconnaissance fighter utilized by the Austro-... [Read More]
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    1917
    Phonix D (Series)
    The Phonix D.I was a single-seat fighter platform developed and produced by the Phonix Flugzeug-Werk... [Read More]
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    1917
    Standard J-1
    The Standard J-1 appeared in the First World War and served the United States Army Air Service in th... [Read More]
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    1917
    Caproni Ca.3
    The Caproni Ca.36 represented the definitive model in the C-bomber series debuted in 1914 as the C.3... [Read More]
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    1917
    SPAD S.XII
    French flying ace Georges Guynemer pushed the idea of a cannon-armed fighter plane after his experie... [Read More]
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    1917
    Aeromarine 39
    In 1917, the United States Navy entered into a contract with the Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Albatros D.V
    At the time of its inception, the Albatros D-series of fighter aircraft (beginning with the D.I mode... [Read More]
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    1917
    Breguet Br.14
    French aviation design triumphed with the arrival of the Breguet Br.14 series (sometimes written as ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Airco DH.9
    The AirCo DH.9 was a further revision of the DH.4 bomber - again headed by famous aviation engineer ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Pfalz D.III
    The Pfalz D.III was an exceptional aircraft produced in large numbers by Bavaria for Bavarian forces... [Read More]
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    1917
    Siemens-Schuckert D.III
    The Siemens-Schuckert D series of fighters evolved from captured French-made Nieuport 11 aircraft. T... [Read More]
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    1917
    SPAD S.XIII
    The SPAD S.XIII (S.13) was a further development of the successful SPAD S.VII (S.7) design, the latt... [Read More]
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    1917
    Albatros D.III
    While the Albatros D.I proved critical in winning back air superiority for the Germans in early 1917... [Read More]
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    1917
    Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5
    The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 ("S.E." for "Scout Experimental") was designed from the outset as a... [Read More]
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    1917
    Fokker Dr.I (Dreidecker)
    The Fokker Dr.I ("Dr" for "Dreidecker" meaning "triplane") series is most closely associated with Ma... [Read More]
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    1917
    Sopwith Camel
    Though the Sopwith Camel (the official designation being Sopwith Biplane F.1) was designed as a repl... [Read More]
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    1917
    Bristol F.2
    The Bristol F.2 fighter series operated throughout the British Empire for decades, serving through W... [Read More]
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    1917
    Albatros D.Va
    The Albatros D.I of 1916 proved instrumental in bringing air superiority back into the favor of the ... [Read More]
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    1917
    Albatros C.X
    The Albatros production of the C.X model continued the firm's commitment to producing capable reconn... [Read More]
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    1917
    Airco DH.4
    With production numbering over 6,000 total units, the AirCo / de Havilland DH.4 was another one of G... [Read More]
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    1917
    Airco DH.5
    With the vantage point afforded to pilots of the earlier Airco DH.2 model, famous aircraft designer ... [Read More]
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    1917
    LTG FD.1
    Luft Torpedo Gesellschaft (LTG) of Germany delivered for the German Navy of World War 1 (1914-1918) ... [Read More]
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    1917
    LVG D.III
    LVG (Luft-Verkehrs-Gesellschaft) was established in Berlin-Johannisthal, Germany during 1912 and amo... [Read More]
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    1918
    Packard-Le Pere LUSAC-11
    French Captain Georges LePere was employed by the United States Army Air Service (USAAS) in 1917 whe... [Read More]
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    1918
    Caproni Ca.4
    Giovanni Caproni was a prolific Italian aircraft designer of the 20th Century with his contributions... [Read More]
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    1918
    Boulton Paul P.3 Bobolink
    Boulton Paul's first entry into fighter aircraft design and development came through the P.3 "Boboli... [Read More]
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    1918
    Fokker C.I
    The Fokker C.I was a biplane aircraft that entered development under the flag of the German Empire d... [Read More]
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    1918
    Nieuport 28
    Aerial combat in World War 1 (1914-1918) turned into a tit-for-tat affair as technology ruled the la... [Read More]
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    1918
    Handley Page H.P. O/400
    The O/400 model series by Handley Page aircraft firm was the principle heavy bomber of the RAF by th... [Read More]
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    1918
    Junkers CL.I
    The Junkers CL.I was something of a break-through aircraft design for its time, appearing during the... [Read More]
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    1918
    Martin MB-1 / Glenn Martin Bomber
    The Martin MB-1 (also known as the "Glenn Martin Bomber") became the first American-designed heavy b... [Read More]
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    1918
    Fokker D.VIII (Fokker E.V)
    The Fokker D.VIII was a rare monoplane design of World War 1 and regarded as one of the best fighter... [Read More]
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    1918
    Fokker D.VII
    Regarded as Germany's finest fighter of World War 1 (1914-1918), the Fokker D.VII actually had a sho... [Read More]
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    1918
    Aeromarine 40
    The Aeromarine Model 40 (or simply "Aeromarine 40") was a two-seat flying boat trainer aircraft serv... [Read More]
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    1918
    Vought VE-7 Bluebird
    In 1917 Mr. Birdseye B. Lewis formed an aircraft business with the Vought group, becoming the Lewis ... [Read More]
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    1918
    Halberstadt CL.IV
    The CL.IV was a further development of the CL.II design, both aircraft a product of Halberstadt Flug... [Read More]
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    1918
    Blackburn R.T.1 Kangaroo
    The Kangaroo was the product of the Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Limited. The design began... [Read More]
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    1918
    Siemens-Schuckert D.IV
    The Siemens-Schuckert D.IV was a further development of the D-series brand, itself a copy of the spe... [Read More]
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    1918
    Ufag C.I
    The Ufag C.I was a two-seat, single-engine biplane fighter serving the Austro-Hungarian Empire air s... [Read More]
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    1918
    Caudron R.11
    The Caudron R.11 was initially developed as an armed reconnaissance platform for the French Air Serv... [Read More]
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    1918
    Martinsyde F.4 Buzzard
    The Martinsyde F.4 "Buzzard" was a British-designed, single-seat fighting biplane appearing in the l... [Read More]
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    1918
    Ansaldo A 1 Balilla (Hunter)
    The Ansaldo A 1 Balilla ("Hunter") was the first aircraft fighter design of Italian origins. Italian... [Read More]
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    1918
    Sopwith Snipe
    The Sopwith Snipe took all of the components that had made the Sopwith Camel a legend in the middle ... [Read More]
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    1918
    Sopwith Rhino
    Lost in the discussions concerning Sopwith aircraft of World War 1 was the Sopwith "Rhino", an inter... [Read More]
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    1918
    SSZ.65
    The "Submarine Scout Zero" ("SSZ") airships were manufactured across seventy-seven examples during W... [Read More]
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    1918
    NS7
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    1918
    LFG Roland D.VI
    The LFG Roland D.VI was adopted by the German Air Service of World War 1 (1914-1918) as a successor ... [Read More]
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    1918
    Sopwith Dragon
    The Sopwith "Snipe" single-seat, single-engine biplane fighter appeared during the latter stages of ... [Read More]
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    1918
    Felixstowe F.5
    The Felixstowe F.5 series originated in the United Kingdom as a militarized flying boat in the last ... [Read More]
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    1918
    LVG C.VI
    The LVG C.VI became one of the final German two-seat aircraft to see quantitative production in Worl... [Read More]
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    1918
    Macchi M.7
    Before the Italian concern of Macchi developed its stable of frontline fighters for the Italian Air ... [Read More]
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    1918
    Curtiss NC (Nancy Boat)
    World War 1 in Europe prompted all military industries to develop and produce various solutions to o... [Read More]
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    1918
    Salmson 2
    The French Salmson concern was founded in 1890 by Emile Salmson and produced a variety of automobile... [Read More]
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    1918
    Fairey III
    The British war effort of World War 1 (1914-1918) brought about many new aircraft developments. Fair... [Read More]
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    1919
    Vickers Vimy
    The Vimy was designed to a Royal Air Force (RAF) requirement for a night bomber with inherently long... [Read More]
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    1919
    Siemens-Schuckert R.VIII
    The Siemens-Schuckert R.VIII was a mammoth biplane aircraft design intended as a heavy bomber for th... [Read More]
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    1920
    SPAD S.XX (S.20)
    During World War 1 (1914-1918), the advantage in the air war over Europe had changed hands several t... [Read More]
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