The Friedrichshafen FF.35 was a seaplane torpedo bomber built in Germany during World War I. Similar in general design to the Friedrichshafen G. I it was a conventional four-bay biplane with unstaggered unequal-span wings. The horizontal stabiliser was mounted halfway up the tail fin and the undercarriage consisted of two widely-spaced pontoons. The sole FF.35 was delivered to the German Navy for testing in May 1916 and was given the serial number 300.
Made by Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen.