|Introduction||5 January 1916|
|Retired||Summer of 1917|
|Status||Used as a trainer until the end of the First World War|
|Primary users||Aéronautique Militaire
Corpo Aeronautico Militare (Italy), Imperial Russian Air Service
|Variants||Nieuport 16 and 17|
The Nieuport 11 is a French single-engine biplane fighter aircraft used during World War I that allowed France to defeat the German Fokker Eindeckers. It sometimes called "Bébé" (the French word for baby) due to its small size. A more powerful version, the Nieuport 16 was also built, leading to a series of fighters that served into the 1920s.
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- Angelucci 1983, p. 53.