This type was developed from the successful B.II.
The airman was now able to look down, because the construction of the wing of the Nieuport (it had a narrower lower wing) had applied
The hull, made out of wood, was of the same design as its predecessors. The landing gear did not undergo any changes.
|Length:||7,8 m||Wingspan:||11 m|
|Height:||- m||Wing area:||m2|
|Empty weight:||- kg||Max. start weight:||- kg|
|Max. speed:||115 km/hr||Rate of climb:|
|Range:||4 hrs||Service ceiling:||3000 m|
|Engine type:||One Mercedes D-II rated 120 hp|