ⓘ AEG B.I

                                     

ⓘ AEG B.I

The AEG B.I was a German two-seat biplane unarmed reconnaissance aircraft produced in very small numbers in 1914. It formed the basis for the more successful B- and C-type aircraft from AEG.

                                     
  • The AEG D. I was a biplane fighter of World War I Three prototypes were ordered, but after the first two were involved in serious crashes, one of which
  • The AEG C. I was a two - seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft produced in small numbers from March 1915 by the German company Allgemeine Elektrizitats - Gesellschaft
  • The AEG B III was a German two - seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft produced in very small numbers from 1915. It was a further refinement of the B I and
  • The AEG G. I originally designated as the K. I was a three - seat, twin - engined German biplane bomber aircraft of World War I It was tested and found to
  • The AEG J. I was a German biplane ground attack aircraft of 1917, an armored and more powerful version of the AEG C.IV reconnaissance aircraft. The AEG J
  • The AEG Dr. I was a triplane fighter of World War I based on the D. I Only a single prototype was built and its poor performance meant that no production
  • Allgemeine Elektrizitats - Gesellschaft AG AEG German: General electricity company was a German producer of electrical equipment founded as the Deutsche
  • The AEG B II was a two - seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft produced in small numbers from 1914. It was a slightly smaller version of the B I and proved
  • the role. Nevertheless, the C.IV was easily the most successful of AEG s World War I B - and C - type reconnaissance aircraft, with some 687 being built and
  • The AEG C.VIII was a prototype two - seat reconnaissance aircraft of World War I Two examples were built, based on the successful C.IV design, one of biplane