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    Icon22 A.F.Scrub's Phonix D.I conversion to CFS2

    A.F.Scrub's Phonix D.I conversion to CFS2 uploaded

    Panel configuration conversion to CFS2, aircraft.cfg and .dp by Captain Kurt

    Compared with their German counterparts, Austro-Hungarian firms were far less efficient, with approximately twice as many workers being required to build an airplane in 1918. As a result, Austria-Hungary had no choice but to import aircraft from Germany to meet its wartime needs. Nevertheless, the Austro-Hungarian aircraft industry did produce one of the war’s better fighters in the Phönix D. I, but it unfortunately came too late. The Phönix D. I biplane was intended as a replacement for the Hansa-Brandenburg D. I. Although it was produced in smaller numbers (120 D. I, 45 D. II, and 48 D. IIa fighters) than the Aviatik D. I and did not begin entering service until October 1917, the Phönix D-series fighters are generally considered the best fighters designed and produced in Austria-Hungary.

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    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - World War I

    Description: A.F.Scrub's Phonix D.I conversion to CFS2

    Panel configuration conversion to CFS2, aircraft.cfg and .dp by Captain Kurt

    Compared with their German counterparts, Austro-Hungarian firms were far less efficient, with approximately twice as many workers being required to build an airplane in 1918. As a result, Austria-Hungary had no choice but to import aircraft from Germany to meet its wartime needs. Nevertheless, the Austro-Hungarian aircraft industry did produce one of the war’s better fighters in the Phönix D. I, but it unfortunately came too late. The Phönix D. I biplane was intended as a replacement for the Hansa-Brandenburg D. I. Although it was produced in smaller numbers (120 D. I, 45 D. II, and 48 D. IIa fighters) than the Aviatik D. I and did not begin entering service until October 1917, the Phönix D-series fighters are generally considered the best fighters designed and produced in Austria-Hungary.

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    Kurt,

    Many thanks for this, it looks awesome!
    "Rami"

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    Talk about serendipity; I've just finished reading about Romanian pilots flying the Phonix D.1 on the Italian front.

    Thanks Kurt. A nice looking plane!

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    Thank you very much!!!

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    Thousand thanks for this original bird, keep on this way

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