Albatros B. II was designed by Ernst Heinkel. The B.II was released at about the outbreak of the war and was widely used.
It had a smaller wingspan than the Albatros B.I
Two versions were built, Series 21 and Series 22, which differed from each other mainly by the more powerful engine and a number of constructive changes.
After 1915, the plane was gradually phased out, but remained in use as a trainer for some time.
During the production it was fitted with different engines.
Also a float version was built under the designation Albatros B.IIW.
A trainer version with a larger wingspan and another engine was designated Albatros B. IIa
|Length:||12,8 m||Wingspan:||7,63 m|
|Height:||3,15 m||Wing area:||40,12 m2|
|Empty weight:||723 kg||Max. start weight:||1071 kg|
|Max. speed:||105 km/u||Rate of climb:||10 min to 700 m|
|Range:||4 hrs||Service ceiling:|
|Engine type:||One Mercedes D.III rated 120 hp|