- BREDA Ba.88 LINCE
- [A71] WATANA BE NAVY TYPE 96 RECONNAISSANCE SEAPLANE (E9W1) "SLIM"
- [C17] Caproni Ca.3 nr Ca1 1151
- [B80] Farman M.F.11 Shorthorn (British Army Air Force)
- Savoia S.65
- [A131] VL Saaski floats version
- [C06] LUBLIN RVIII HS hydro
- [A189] Lohnner AA
- [A04] De Havilland 60 GIII MOTH MAJOR
- [S70005] IJN “Sazanami" Japanese Destroyers Ikazuchi 1900/1905
- [C22] Caproni Ca.36.S
- [A198] A.D.1 Navyplane
The prototype fighter plane was produced by Schutte Lanz company located in Zeesen /south-east of Berlin/. Ingenieur Wilhelm Hillmann opted In Elary 1916 to design the Schul D.II powered by a 110 hp Benz Bz .II in-line engine . Assistant Hillman’s Ingenieur Becker was relatively inexperienced in aircraft desing, began work on the Schul D.III fighter
in the spring of 1917. Two examples were built ; the D.III/1 and the D.III/2, both powered by 160 hp Mercedes D.III engine.
The first flight of the Schul D.III/2 took place on 1 November 1917 with company pilot at the controls. In January –February 1918 at Adlershof company pilot crashed the plane Schul DIII . IDFLIEG reported that work on the project stopped in April 1918