The AEG N.I was a German biplane night-bomber which saw limited action during World War I.

The first two AEG N. I bombers were recorded at the front in October 1917.

The second production order for 100 AEG N. I bombers was approved in November 1917.

A reliable, efficient aircraft, the AEG N. I was primarily assigned in ones or twos to divisional two-seater and bombing units to perform short-range raids behind the enemy lines.

Later in the war, some N. I biplanes served as advanced trainers.

A total of 37 were built.



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