|Top speed 180 km/h|
Length 6.69 m
|Wingspan 10 m|
First flight September 1918
The AEG DJ.I was a highly streamlined biplane ground attack aircraft of late World War I that was undergoing evaluation at the time of the Armistice.
Design and development
The single seat attack biplane, which began evaluation in September 1918, carried a 7.92 mm (.312 in) "Spandau"-type machine guns and light bomb load. The design featured aluminium fuselage coverings, I-type interplane struts with no flying or landing wires, and protective armour.
Specifications (AEG DJ.I)
Data from German Aircraft of the First World War