As war-time subsidiary of Aviatik, built parent's designs but also carried out modifications and original designs. Main 1914-1915 production was parent's unarmed reconnaissance 2-seaters, though some were modified. In 1916-1918, produced 2-seat scouts (from 700 to possibly 1,200 built) and 1-seat fighters and reconnaissance bombers, all commonly known as Berg aircraft after their designer, Julius von Berg.
|Organization names||Österreichische-Ungarische Flugzeugfabrik Aviatik (O-UF Aviatik)|
|City||XIX Muthgasse 36, Vienna|
|Key people||Julius von Berg|