Lloyd Prototype 1914, 40.01
exhibited at the Budapest Aviation Museum
Initially designated as Lloyd LS1, this aircraft won four altitude records in June 1914. It was powered by a 145 hp Hiero engine, praised as the best inline engine at the 1914 Flugmeeting.
It later served at Flik 6 at Igalo on the Montenegro front. The military designation was Lloyd 20M, before receiving the designation 40.01 (prototype) in 1915.
It was later displayed at the Budapest Military Aircraft Exhibition in 1917 , while today it can be seen, restored, at the Budapest Transport Museum.
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General views of the Lloyd Prototype 1914
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