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The Friedrichshafen FF.49 was developed in 1917 from the Friedrichshafen FF.39, which was a development of the FF.33e.
- A refined version of the FF.33e with 200 hp Benz Bz.IV engine. Fourteen examples built.
- two seat scout with 200 hp Benz Bz.IV.
- An improved FF.39 with structural enforcements, balanced rudders, radio transmitter/receiver and a machine gun for the observer. Over 200 examples built.
- Bomber version, pilot and observer seated reversely, no machine gun for observer and possibility for bomb-load. Fifteen examples built.
|Length:||11,65 m||Wingspan:||17,15 m|
|Height:||4,25 m||Wing area:||71,16 m2|
|Empty weight:||1485 kg||Max. start weight:||2135 kg|
|Max. speed:||140 km/hr||Climbing speed:||126 m/min|
|Cruising speed:||128 km/hr|
|Range:||695 km||Service ceiling:||- m|
|Engine type:||One Benz Bz-IV rated 200 hp|
|Crew:||Two men: one aviator plus one observer|
|Armament:||One fixed forward firing 7,9 mm Spandau LMG 08/15 plus one movable 7,9 mm Parabellum MG 14 machine gun.|