The Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 is a German seaplane designed during the First World War. The design is based on the Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 and was designed by Hanns Klemm and Ernst Heinkel and manufactured by Hansa-Brandenburg. The first flew took place on March 27, 1918. It was a low-wing monoplane fighter, equiped with a Benz Bz.III 6-cylinder water-cooled inline engine (112 kW / 150 hp) wich can reach a maximum speed of 175 km/h. The weaponry consists of one or two LMG 08/15 machineguns on the noise and a Parabellum MG14 in the rear cockpit. The W.29 saw action at the end of the First World War. Especially in the units of the German Navy in Belgium for duty above the North-Sea. When the war was over, the aircrafts were used or produced by many other countries.