Hansa Brandenburg B.I
exhibited at the Budapest Aviation Museum
The Hansa-Brandenburg B.I was an unarmed military reconnaissance biplane of World War I flown by the Austro-Hungarian Air Service. It was one of the earliest designs of Ernst Heinkel, who was working for Hansa-Brandenburg at the time.
The aircraft was produced under licence by Aero both during the war, and afterwards (when it became known as the Ae 10). Experience gained with this design would provide Aero with the basis for a number of derivative civil and military designs throughout the 1920s.
Armed developments of the B.I were designated C.I and C.II
Source: Wikipedia Article on the Hansa Brandeburg B.I
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General views of the Hansa Brandenburg B.I
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