Fokker C.I Technical Specifications
Service Year: 1918
Type: Reconnaissance Biplane Aircraft
National Origin: Imperial Germany
Manufacturer(s): Fokker - Imperial Germany
Production Total: 250
Structural (Crew Space, Dimensions and Weights)
Operating Crew (Typical): 2
Overall Length: 23.72 feet (7.23 meters)
Overall Width: 34.45 feet (10.50 meters)
Overall Height: 9.42 feet (2.87 meters)
Weight (Empty): 1,885 lb (855 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 2,767 lb (1,255 kg)
Installed Power and Standard Day Performance
Propulsion: 1 x BMW IIIa 6-cylinder, water-cooled inline piston engine developing 185 horsepower.
Maximum Speed: 109 mph (175 kph; 94 knots)
Maximum Range: 199 miles (320 km)
Service Ceiling: 13,123 feet (4,000 meters; 2.49 miles)
Armament / Mission Payload
1 x 7.92mm fixed, forward-firing machine gun synchronized to fire through the spinning propeller blades.
1 x 7.92mm machine gun rear cockpit on trainable mounting.
2 x 55lb bombs (110lb total)
Global Operators / Customers
Denmark; Imperial Germany; Netherlands; United States; Soviet Union
Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
V38 - Prototype
C.I - Base Series Designation; initial production version
C.Ia - Improved C.I models
C.IW - Experimental floatplane form
C.II - Three-seat passenger airliner version
C.III - Twin-seat advanced trainer derivative; fitted with 1 x Hispano-Suiza 8B engine of 220 horsepower.