Source: Abandoned by Germans
Type: 2-seater reconnaissance
Engine: Benz D.IV, 220 hp
Max Speed: 170 km/hr
- Length: 6.9 m
- Wing Span: 13.9 m
- Height: 3.35 m
Range: 500 km
Maximum Ceiling: 5,000 m
Known Serial Numbers: 19, 22
- Serial no. 4237/18 - among the aircraft abandoned at Spilve when the
- A commission examined these aircraft and determined their airworthiness
or suitability for repair. #4237 was a fuselage without wings, undercarriage
without tyres. The cockpit was ruined. The decision was that this aircraft
could be made serviceable only with the greatest of repair.
- January 24, 1921 - After major overhaul and repair, #4237 is placed
on active service.
- February-March, 1923 - Flown by Skaubitis and Ritenbergs, participates in the tactical flight exercise
- August 21, 1923 - damaged in a ground collision with Fokker D.VII #4.
- 1924 - continues to appear on the roster of the reconaissance squadron.
- June 15, 1924 - participates in the Aviation Festival at Spilve.
- 1925 - no longer appears on the active roster of aircraft.
- Original Serial no. 13658/18
- This Halberstadt, built in the military aviation workshops 'Arsenals, (project
begun in 1925 and completed in 1927) was a copy of #19.
- 1927 - the first flight of #22 (Karlis Skaubitis)
- Bruvelis, Edvins Latvijas Aviacijas Vesture
- Gray & Thetford German Aircraft of the First World War
- Jane, Fred T. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1919
- Windsock Datafile #69 (Halberstadt C.V)