The Sablatnig N. I was a bomber aircraft developed in Germany during the First World War a development of the Sablatnig C. I adapted for night operations. It was a two-bay biplane of conventional design with staggered wings two open cockpits in tandem and fixed tailskid undercarriage. It is unclear if any more than a single prototype were built during the war but after the armistice Sablatnig developed a civil variant. Dubbed the P.
Made by Sablatnig.
It is the successor of the Sablatnig C.I .