The Albatros C.X was basically an enlarged version of the Albatros C.VII and designed for the new Mercedes D.IVa engine of 260 hp, which became available during 1917.
The radiator was mounted in the wing and the aircraft was equipped with a number of other, at that time modern features such as an oxygen supply and radio equipment.
|Length:||9,15 m||Wingspan:||14,36 m|
|Height:||3,4 m||Wing area:||42,7 m2|
|Empty weight:||1050 kg||Max. start weight:||1668 kg|
|Max. speed:||175 km/u||Rate of climb:||198 m/min|
|Range:||3,4 hours||Service ceiling:||5000 m|
|Engine type:||One Mercedes D-IV rated 260 hp|
|Armament:||One fixed forward firing 7,9 mm Spandau LMG 08/15 machine-gun;
One movable 7,9 mm Parabellum MG14 machine-gun for the observer;
About 90 kg bombs.