A 1917 single-seat equi-span fighter triplane, developed for the Austro-Hungarian K.u.k. Luftfahrttruppen, with aerofoil-section I-type interplane bracing struts, the L.16 was powered by a 185hp Austro-Daimler six-cylinder water-cooled engine and was intended to carry an armament of two synchronised machine guns. Various coolant radiator arrangements were evaluated on the single prototype built, but the fighter offered insufficient promise to warrant series production and development was abandoned.
Max take-off weight: 935 kg / 2061 lb
Empty weight: 740 kg / 1631 lb
Wingspan: 9.00 m / 30 ft 6 in
Length: 7.21 m / 24 ft 8 in
Height: 3.70 m / 12 ft 2 in
Wing area: 33.5 sq.m / 360.59 sq ft
Max. speed: 190 km/h / 118 mph