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Schütte-Lanz designed not only airships but a series of prototype aircraft, none of which went into production.
- The G.I was developed to fill the K-class battleplane position, but it was too slow and it was never converted into a bomber.
- The G.II was an unbuilt prototype design similar to the G.I.
- The G.III was an unbuilt prototype design similar to the G.I.
- The G.V was a massive twin-engine triplane that was completed by LVG as the G.III.
- The G.VI was a three-engine, twin-boom bomber similar to Caproni designs.
- Herris'14, p.187.