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Role Ground-attack aircraft
National origin  German Empire
Manufacturer AEG
Primary user Luftstreitkräfte
Developed from AEG J.I

The AEG J.II was a biplane ground-attack aircraft of 1918, a development of the AEG J.I.

After the war, several J.IIs served the first sustained daily passenger aeroplane service in the world, between Berlin and Weimar. This route began on 5 February 1919. Early commercial J.II's retained open cockpits, but modified versions with enclosed cabins for the two passengers quickly replaced them.

Design and development

AEG J.II differed from the earlier AEG J.I in having horn-balanced tail control surfaces. It only had upper ailerons, unlike the J.Ia.


 German Empire


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Published - July 2009

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