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J.II
Role Ground-attack aircraft
National origin  German Empire
Manufacturer AEG
Primary user Luftstreitkräfte
Developed from AEG J.I

The AEG J.II was a biplane ground-attack aircraft of 1918, a development of the AEG J.I.

After the war, several J.IIs served the first sustained daily passenger aeroplane service in the world, between Berlin and Weimar. This route began on 5 February 1919. Early commercial J.II's retained open cockpits, but modified versions with enclosed cabins for the two passengers quickly replaced them.

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Design and development

AEG J.II differed from the earlier AEG J.I in having horn-balanced tail control surfaces. It only had upper ailerons, unlike the J.Ia.

Operators

 German Empire

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