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The Phönix D.I was an Austro-Hungarian First World War biplane fighter built by the Phönix Flugzeug-Werke and based on German Hansa-Brandenburg D.I. First flight in 1917.
The D.II was a modified version of D.I, which was improved with balanced elevators and balanced ailerons on the upper wings.
The D.III was a modified version of D.II with balanced ailerons on both wings and powered to 172 kW.
Technical description (D.I)
Length: 6,65 m
Wingspan: 9,75 m
Height: 2,80 m
Motor: Hiero 6-cylinder inline piston motor, 149 kW
Maximum speed: 180 km/h
Endurance: 2 hours
Service ceiling: 6 000m
Armour: 2 x 8 mm Schwarzlose machine guns
Primary users were Austria-Hungary (Royal aviation troops and air force of the Austrian navy), Sweden and Kingdom of Yugoslavia.