The AEG G.IV was a biplane bomber aircraft of World War I developed from the AEG G.III. The further refinements included in this version at last resulted in an aircraft that performed well enough for large-scale production. Some 400 were built.


A single example is preserved at the Canada Aviation Museum. This example is significant not only as the only one of its kind extant, but as the only preserved German twin-engined World War I combat aircraft.