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The Albatros D.Va

Albatros Scout from the Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C., shot from below.

Albatros Scout from the Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C. © 2012 John M. Shea

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A single-seat fighter plane, the Albatros D.V was introduced in May 1917, successor to the very successful D-I, D-II, and D-III.

With its variant the D.Va, over 1,500 were produced during the war.

Maximum speed: 187kph/116mph. Ceiling: 6,200m/20,341ft.

Albatros D.Va is an aircraft: single-seat scout plane.

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Statistics for Albatros D.Va (2)

Type Statistic Source
Maximum speed (mph) 116 mph Albatros Scouts Described by Charles Schaedel
Length in Feet 24' Albatros Scouts Described by Charles Schaedel

Books about Albatros D.Va (1)

Title Author
Albatros Scouts Described Charles Schaedel