- Role: Fighter
- Dimentions: Wingspan: 8.20m, Length: 5.85m
- Engine: 1x Le Rhone (120hp)
- Armament: 1 × .303in Vickers machine gun, 1× .303in Lewis machine gun
- Crew: 1
- Number in service: 10
- Country of production: France
- Years in service: 1919 – ?
The Nieuport 24 were transfered by the French at the Army Flying Corps in 1919. These airplanes (less than 10) belonged to the 531 Fighter Flight (Greek-French group). The Nieuport 24 and 27 had few exterior differences. The existence of the Nieuport 24 is confirmed by pictures. Because of the great similarity of the two types, it is possible that some airplanes (e.g. the N 6012) were of the 27 type, however, it is not possible to confirm their existence. They were painted with the five-colored French camouflage and had insignia on the rudder and under the wings.