Imperial Germany (1916)
Fewer than 100 of the Halberstadt D.V biplane fighters were produced for Germany during World War 1 - some saw service into 1918.
Detailing the development and operational history of the Halberstadt D.V Biplane Fighter Aircraft. Entry last updated on 12/16/2016. Authored by Staff Writer. Content ©www.MilitaryFactory.com
The D.V series was produced in three total batches for the German Air Service numbering some 57 total aircraft from October 1916 to June of 1917. Late production models were fielded with 2 x 7.92mm synchronized machine guns for a heftier frontal "punch". Beyond its service with the Germans, the D.V was shipped aboard for use by the Ottoman Turks during World War 1. These were made available in March of 1917 and numbered about 37 aircraft.
Maximum speed for the D.V was 100 miles per hour.
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Relative Maximum Speed Rating
This entry's maximum listed speed (99mph).
Graph average of 75 miles-per-hour.
Relative Operational Ranges
Graph showcases the Halberstadt D.V's operational range (on internal fuel) when compared to distances between major cities.