This Dreidecker (“triplane”) is a reproduction at the Luftwaffe Museum in Gatow.
According to Wikipedia, 320 of these machines were built, but only three are thought to have survived WW1.
- Serial 528/17 was retained as a testbed by the Deutschen Versuchsanstalt für Luftfahrt (German Aviation Research Institute) at Adlershof. After being used in the filming of two movies, 528/17 is believed to have crashed sometime in the late 1930s.
- Serial 152/17, in which Manfred von Richthofen obtained three victories, was displayed at the Zeughaus museum in Berlin, but was destroyed in an Allied bombing raid during World War II.
- In 1932, Fokker assembled a Dr.I from existing components. It was displayed in the Deutsche Luftfahrt-Sammlung in Berlin. In 1943, the aircraft was destroyed in an Allied bombing raid.
Today, only a few original Dr.I artifacts survive in museums, all complete airframes are reproductions.