- Role: Bomber
- Dimentions: Wingspan: 16.15m, Length: 9.21m/li>
- Engine: 1x Canton Unne (160hp)
- Armament: 1 × .303in Lewis machine gun, Various bombs
- Crew: 2
- Number in service: 4
- Country of production: France
The Henry Farman 27 was the basic bomber of the Greek “Z” Squadron in the Aegean Sea, before it was replaced by the Sopwith 1 ½ Strutter. Those airplanes, flown by Greek pilots, performed multiple bombing missions from the beginning of the operations until the end of 1917. It was with those airplanes that Greece suffered the first pilot casualties due to enemy actions, notably D. Argyropoulos who was shot down by a german Fokker. When the war was over, the remaining airplanes were handed over to Greece, probably in a very bad condition, rendering them useless.