Nieuport 11

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Nieuport 11
Nieuport 11
Role Fighter
Manufacturer Nieuport
Designer Gustave Delage
Introduction 5 January 1916
Retired Summer of 1917
Status Used as a trainer until the end of the First World War[1]
Primary users Aéronautique Militaire
Corpo Aeronautico Militare (Italy), Imperial Russian Air Service
Variants Nieuport 17, 24bis., 27
Nieuport-Macchi 11.000 drawing

The Nieuport 11 is a French single-engine fighter aircraft. It is a biplane that was used during World War I. It sometimes called "Bébé" (the French word for for baby).

Sources[change | change source]

  1. Angelucci 1983, p. 53.