The Albatros G. III was a German bomber aircraft development of World War I. It was a large single-bay biplane of unequal span and unstaggered wings. Power was provided by two Benz Bz. IVa pusher engines installed in nacelles carried between the wings. An unusual feature of the design was that the lower wing was provided with cutouts for the propellers allowing the engine nacelles to be mounted further forward than would have been otherwise possible.
Made by Albatros Flugzeugwerke.