An improved version of the C.I, the L.V.G. C.II two-seater biplane was equipped with a more powerful engine. Entering service in late 1915, the C.II was widely used for reconnaissance and light bombing missions by the German Air Service until 1917. On 28 November 1916, an L.V.G. C.II succeeded in reaching London where it dropped six 22 lb (10 kg) bombs on Victoria Station.
L.V.G. C.II Specifications
Luft-Verkehrs Gesellschaft mbH
Mercedes D.III, liquid cooled, 6 cylinder inline, 160 hp