The Rumpler C.I was a two-seater reconnaissance biplane designed by Edmund Rumpler of Austria and produced by Rumpler Flugzeugwerke. It entered World War I in 1915, and flew its last sorties in early 1918. It was operated by the German Luftstreitkräfte for the duration of the war.
|Vehicle passengers||• 1 pilot|
• 1 gunner
|Passenger weapon||Parabellum MG 14|
|Upgrades||*Ground Support Package|
|Operators|| Ottoman Empire|
A Rumpler C-series biplane can be seen in videos demonstrating improvements to Spectator Mode.