Anatra DS

The Anatra D, DS, and DSS were almost identical. Most of the differences between the aircraft were in the powerplant. Radiators were installed on the sides of the Plywood covered fuselage or under the nose section. The Anatra-DS was first flown on July 25, 1916, the "Anasal" entered mass production in 1917. There were 60 to 70 of these planes built, and in service during 1917.

Type: reconnaissance
Year: 1916
Engine: 150hp Salmson
Length: 8.1m
Wingspan: 11.4m
Empty weight: 814kg
Speed: 144km/h (150km/h)
Ceiling: 4300m
Endurance: 3.5h
Crew: 2
Armament: 2 machineguns