Single halberstadt Singlebörse menden
IV squadrons attempted to intercept and destroy Allied bombers as they returned from their missions. IV was one of the most effective ground attack aircraft of the First World War. The ground attack capabilities of the Halberstadt CL. IV performed well in combat as a low-level attack airplane, relying on its good maneuverability to avoid ground fire.
He intended to use the Halberstadts as a nucleus of a civilian passenger transport service called Luftverkehr Strähle.
Under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, these aircraft and spares were initially confiscated by the Inter-Allied Control Commission, but later were sold back to Strähle and assigned civil registration.
One of the other aircraft was sold in 1924, and the third was flown by Strähle until 1938.
This Halberstadt, along with all of the spare parts and fuselages still in Strähle's possession, were put in storage at that time.
In 1919, he acquired three complete surplus Halberstadt CL.