- Douglas DC-3/C-47 Dakota
- General Dynamics F-16: Jubilee schemes
- Consolidated PBY-5/5A Catalina
- North American B-25C/D and B-25J/K Mitchell: NEIAF
- Fokker F.VII/3m
- Fairey Firefly
- North American B-25C/D and B-25J: RAF and RNlNAS
- Hawker Hunter F.Mk.4; F.Mk.6 and T.Mk.7
- Curtiss P-40 Warhawk & Kittyhawk
- Brewster B.339 Buffalo
The Gotha WD.11 (WD = Wasser Doppeldecker) was designed as a torpedo-bomber.
In fact it was a development of the Gotha WD.7, but it was much larger and had more powerful engines. The pilot and the observer/gunner sat in a small fuselage in open cockpits. The undercarriage consisted of two floats.
Twelve examples were built.
For some photos of this aircraft, click here (external link).
|Length:||13,56 m||Wingspan:||22,51 m|
|Height:||4,75 m||Wing area:||82,03 m2|
|Empty weight:||2079 kg||Max. start weight:||3505 kg|
|Max. speed:||120 km/hr||Climbing speed:||- m/min|
|Cruising speed:||- km/hr|
|Range:||- km||Service ceiling:||- m|
|Engine type:||Two Mercedes D-III rated 160 hp each|
|Armament:||One machine gun; 725 kg bombs|