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Pfalz Parasol (A.I)
Pfalz Parasol (A.I)

Pfalz Parasol


When the war began, there were approximately 60 Pfalz Parasols under construction. These aircraft were exact copies of the French Morane-Saulnier Type L monoplane. One notable exploit of the Pfalz parasol was its use in bombing Italian Alpine positions on July 31, 1915, before Germany was formally at war with Italy.

SPECIFICATIONS
Country: Germany
Manufacturer: Pfalz
Type: Scout
First Service: 1914
Number Built: 61
Engine(s): 80hp Oberursel U.0
Wing Span: 36 ft 9 in
Length: 22 ft 8 in
Height: 11 ft 2 in
Empty Weight: 987 lb
Gross Weight: 1567 lb
Max Speed: 84 mph
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