- BREDA Ba.88 LINCE
- [C17] Caproni Ca.3 nr Ca1 1151
- [A78] Fiat CR-20 IDRO
- [A4801] Navy Type 91 Reconnaissance Seaplane E6Y1
- [B101] Lohner/Macchi L.1 L153
- [A156] Piero Magni 3/4
- [B4803] Ki-4 single float version
- [A28] SVA 10
- [A160] Ca 100 Idro Isotta Fraschini ASSO
- [A96] Fiat G8
- [B08] Nakajima Ki-4 Type 94
- [A177] Heath Super Parasol Racer (floats) late version
The AEG D.I was biplane fighter of Word War I.
The prototype of the plane was unusual in that the airframe was built totally of steel tubing, including the wings spars and ribs. Three prototypes were ordered, but after the first two were involved in serious crashes, one of which killed flying ace Walter Hohndorf on 5 September 1917, development was cancelled.
The second and third prototypes differed little from the first except in detail.