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The Planes section presents playable planes that will be available in the beginning of the closed beta-test (over 100 models), so it's far not a final list and new models of planes will be added even during the beta

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A5M4

A single-seater, carrier-based, all-metal monoplane fighter with an open cockpit and fixed landing gear. The world's first carrier-based monoplane. A prototype of this fighter first flew on February 4, 1935.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
A6M2 Zero

At its launch, the A6M2 model 11 knew no equal. This single-seater carrier-based fighter was designed to replace the aging A5M. To reduce its weight, duralumin was widely used, and its propeller was made of a lightweight aluminum alloy. 

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
A6M2-N Zero

The single-seater, single-engine float seaplane fighter A6M2-N was created to cover combat operations near atolls, where the construction of airfields was often impossible.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter, Floatplane
Year : 1942
A6M3 Zero

In April of 1942, a new A6M model fighter was launched. The main difference between the A6M3 model 32 and the A6M2 Model 21 was the new Sakae 21 engine (1130 hp), which had a two-stage supercharger making it more stable at higher altitudes and a screw diameter of 3.05 m...

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
A6M5 Zero

At the beginning of the war, A6M series planes were among the best fighter planes, not only in Japan but also in the world. However, over time, better Japanese aircraft were needed to effectively counter such enemies as the American F6F Hellcat and the F4U Corsair

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Bf.109E-3

The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
Bf.109F-4

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
Bf.109F-4/trop

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was the Luftwaffe's most widely-used fighter at the beginning of World War II.  When the advanced English Spitfire Mk.V arrived, the Messerschmitt Bf.109F Friedrich was developed in response.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Bf.109G-10

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Bf.109G-2

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Bf.109G-6

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Bf.109K-4

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Boomerang Mk.I

The CAC Boomerang was a light single-seater single-engine Australian fighter of mixed construction. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and subsequent events showed how unready Australia was for war. Thus the CA-12 (later called the Boomerang Mk.I) was created, the first serially produced...

Country : Australia
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Boomerang Mk.II

The CAC Boomerang was a light single-seater fighter plane. This single-engine monoplane, produced in Australia, was a remake of the CAC Wirraway trainer. It was armed with two 20mm cannons and four 7.7mm machine guns. 

Country : Australia
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
CR.42 Falco

The Fiat CR.42 Falco (“Falcon”) fighter plane had, for a biplane, excellent speed and handling, and is rightly considered one of the best biplanes of the Second World War. Despite the fact that it was clear (even at the time of the prototype CR.42) that monoplanes would have an advantage in air battles..

Country : Italy
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
Dewoitine D.520

An single-seater, all-metal, closed-canopy monoplane fighter with retractable landing gear and a tail wheel. A prototype D.520-01 saw its first flight on October 2, 1938.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Do-217J-1

The Do 217J night fighter was based on the Do 217E bomber. It differed from the bomber in that its crew was reduced to three people and its fixed firepower was strengthened. The first prototype, the Do 217J V1, was converted from the Do 217 E-1 and underwent tests in late 1941. They started to deliver the Do 217 J-1 to the Luftwaffe's fighting troops in the spring of 1942.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1942
Do-217J-2

When production models of a properly functioning FuG 202 Lichtenstein B/C airborne radar appeared, Do 217 J-2 variant night fighters began to be constructed.
Planes of the J-2 variant differed from the J-1 in their lack of a rear bomb bay, which had finally been removed, and in the characteristic "whiskers" of their radar antennas which had appeared in the nose section.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
F-86A-5

The development of the Sabre began in the autumn of 1944 as a modification of the NA-134 shipboard fighter. In November 1944, North-American presented its plan for a daytime fighter to the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF): the NA-140 model, based on the NA-134 and later given the designation of XP-86.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1948
F2A-3

The Brewster F2A Buffalo was the first monoplane carrier-based fighter that served in the American fleet. The aircraft had an all-metal construction, with the exception of the control surfaces...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1938
F4F-3

The first model, the XF4F-1, was a biplane, but to meet the demands of U.S. Navy’s carrier-based monoplane competition, the Grumman Company changed the design, creating the XF4F-2 prototype...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
F4F-4

The Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat was a single-engine all-metal construction plane in the F4F series. The F4F-4 increased the number of 12.7 mm machine guns to six and was built with manually folding wings...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
F4U-1A

The single-engine Chance Vought F4U Corsair was designed in 1938 for a U.S. Navy single-seater carrier-based fighter competition. The prototype showed excellent performance characteristics but was in need of substantial improvement.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
F4U-1d

When designing the single-engine carrier-based fighter-bomber designated as the Chance Vought F4U-1D Le Corsaire (“The Corsair”), it was decided to ignore the new weaponry from the F4U-1C and use six of the proven 12.7 mm machine guns...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
F6F-3

One of the best single-seater carrier-based fighters of World War II was the Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat. The Hellcat owes its existence to the long string of failures experienced by the F4U Corsair...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Fw 190 D-13 "Dora"

Focke-Wulf Fw 190 D-13 "Dora" single-engine high-altitude fighter
The Fw 190 D-13 was the last production variant in the family of Fw 190D aircraft with Junkers Jumo 213 engines.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Fw.190A-5

The Focke-Wulf Fw.190 Wuerger (Shrike) was a single-seat, single-engine monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. One of the best fighters of the time, it was widely used during the Second World War...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Fw.190D-12

The Focke-Wulf Fw.190 Wuerger (Shrike) was a single-seat single-engine monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. One of the best fighters of the time, it was widely used during the Second World War. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Fw.190F-8

The Focke-Wulf Fw.190 Wuerger (Shrike) was a single-seat single-engine monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. One of the best fighters of the time, it was widely used during the Second World War. A total of over 20,000 were produced, including some 6,000 fighter-bomber variants. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1944
G.50 Freccia seria 2

The Fiat G.50 Freccia (“Arrow”) was the first Italian all-metal monoplane fighter, which, although clearly inferior to allied fighters of the time, was the best Italian fighter aircraft.


 

Country : Italy
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
G.50 Freccia seria 7AS

The Fiat G.50 Freccia (“Arrow”) was the first Italian all-metal monoplane fighter, which, although clearly inferior to allied fighters of the time, was the best Italian fighter aircraft. Development of the fighter began in 1936, at the request of the Italian Air Force...

Country : Italy
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Gladiator Mk.II

The Gloster Gladiator biplane fighter was the last and best biplane of the British Air Force. Biplane design was already considered outdated by the time production of the Gladiator started, but it was clear that Britain might not have time to develop mass monoplane production...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Gladiator Mk.IIF

The Gloster Gladiator biplane fighter was the last and best biplane of the British Air Force. Biplane design was already considered outdated by the time production of the Gladiator started, but it was clear that Britain might not have time to develop mass monoplane production before full-scale war began.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Gladiator Mk.IIS

The Gloster Gladiator biplane fighter was the last and best biplane of the British Air Force. Biplane design was already considered outdated by the time production of the Gladiator started, but it was clear that Britain might not have time to develop mass monoplane production before full-scale war began.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
He-112A-0

A single-seat all-metal monoplane fighter with an enclosed cockpit and a retractable landing gear system including tail wheel. This aircraft was designed in the Heinkel Flugzeugwerke design bureau by the brothers Walter and Siegfried Günter.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-112B-0

Ernst Heinkel continued to improve his fighter. The He 112 was drastically redesigned. It was actually a new aircraft, although the former designation was retained. The He 112 V9 prototype, which later became the main aircraft of the He 112 B-0 preproduction batch, even differed from its predecessors in external appearance.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-112B-1

Fighters of the He 112 B-1/U-2 variant were equipped with a Junkers Jumo 210Ea twelve-cylinder in-line liquid-cooled carburettor engine. In June 1938, after a Hungarian delegation visited Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG, the Ministry of War of Hungary declared that it was ready to purchase 36 Не 112 fighters.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1938
He-112V-5

A single-seat all-metal monoplane fighter with an enclosed cockpit and a retractable landing gear system including tail wheel. This aircraft was designed in the Heinkel Flugzeugwerke design bureau by the brothers Walter and Siegfried Günter.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-51A-1

A single-seat biplane of composite structure with fixed landing gear. This aircraft was designed by Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG under the guidance of the brothers Siegfried and Walter Günter.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1935
He-51B-1

In the spring of 1935, a new fighter variant, the He 51 B-1, was launched into production. It differed from the "A" version in that it had reinforced twin braces and a fuselage rack to mount a 170-litre external fuel tank.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-51B-2 hydroplane

In March 1935, Germany officially refused to comply with the Treaty of Versailles clause that restricted the country's military power. And although June 18, 1935 saw the signing of a naval treaty between Germany and Great Britain which stated that the number of Kriegsmarine ships could not exceed 35% of the Royal Navy's combined strength, the path to the German fleet’s quick growth was open. An adequate buildup of naval aviation was immediately required. So, E. Heinkel's suggestion to create a floatplane fighter based on the He 51 was received with favour at the Kriegsmarine Headquarters

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Floatplane
Year : 1935
He-51C-1

The He 51 C-1 variant was launched into full-scale production in 1936. These aircraft were notable for their bomb racks, which were able to suspend six 10 kg fragmentation bombs. The bomb racks were mounted under the lower wing panels.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1936
He-51C-1 late

The combat début of the He 51 fighter took place in 1936 during the Spanish Civil War. Heinkel fighters were flown both by Spanish Nationalists, including Joaquin Garcia-Morato, the best ace of the Spanish War, and by German fighter pilots of the famous Condor Legion.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1936
He.162A-2

Initially this Heinkel fighter was designated He 500, but by October, in order to fool enemy intelligence services, the RLM redesignated the plane He 162; the number being previously assigned to a Messerschmitt fast bomber prototype that competed with the Ju 88...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Hellcat F Mk.I

It was designed by the design office of Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation under the direction of Leroy Grumman and William Schwendler. A prototype of the XF6F-1 fighter made its first flight on 26 July 1942. In October 1942, the first production version, F6F-3, was launched.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Hurricane Mk.I

The Hawker Hurricane was the most popular World War II British fighter plane. The Hurricane was the result of the Hawker company’s efforts to create a monoplane fighter based on one of the best biplane fighters of the time, the Fury. The fuselage required minimal changes to install a closed cockpit...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1937
Hurricane Mk.IIB

The Hawker Hurricane was a WWII-era British single-seat fighter designed by Hawker Aircraft Ltd in 1934. A total of 14,000 Hurricanes were manufactured during the war. Different variants acted as interceptors...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
I-153P

The I-153P Chaika (Seagull) was a Soviet biplane fighter of the 1930s and 1940s. It was created by the Polikarpov Design Bureau in 1938. It is a modification (3rd variant) of the earlier I-15 fighter, as shown in the designation. The Chaika was considered to be the fastest biplane in the world.

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
I-16 Type 28

The I-16 was a Soviet single-engine monoplane fighter designed in the 1930s by the Polikarpov Design Bureau. As early as 1939 few remained unconvinced that the era of the I-16 was ending. Even the installation of the more powerful M-62 and M-63 engines did not allow serial examples to exceed 500 km/h. 

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
Ki-200

When American Boeing B-29 Superfortresses began to raid the islands of the Empire on a mass scale, the need to create a high-speed, fast-climbing, powerfully armed interceptor became ever more pressing for the Japanese aircraft industry. The Japanese, however, completely lacked experience in creating aircraft of such a class, and some initial work in this field had no effect on the bombing's intensity, since the interceptors available to the Army and the Navy were inadequate.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1945
Ki-43-II

The single-seater Japanese Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (Peregrine Falcon) fighter was designed to replace the Ki-27 in the Japanese Imperial Army’s Air Force.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
Ki-61-Ia-Hei

A lightweight multipurpose fighter plane, the Ki-61 Hien (“Swallow”) was well-armed and well-armored. From the very beginning, the makers of the Ki-61 concerned themselves with protecting the fuel tanks and the pilot. 

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Ki-61-Ia-Ko

A lightweight multipurpose fighter plane, the Ki-61 Hien (“Swallow”) was well-armed and well-armored. From the very beginning, the makers of the Ki-61 concerned themselves with protecting the fuel tanks and the pilot. The light multipurpose fighter was an effective answer to “hit-and-run” fighters,  thanks to its survivability and high diving speed.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Ki-61-Ia-Otsu

A lightweight multipurpose fighter plane, the Ki-61 Hien (“Swallow”) was well-armed and well-armored. From the very beginning, the makers of the Ki-61 concerned themselves with protecting the fuel tanks and the pilot. The light multipurpose fighter was an effective answer to “hit-and-run” fighters, thanks to its survivability and high diving speed.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
La-5FN

The Lavochkin La-5 was a single-engine monoplane fighter, a single-seater with an enclosed cockpit, wooden frame and a canvas skin. FN in the designation stands for Boosted, Fuel Injection. The new variant entered production and began to reach front-line units in March 1943.

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
La-7

The Lavochkin La-7 was a Soviet single-seat single-engine monoplane fighter. It was a further development of the La-5FN. The first prototype was built in January 1944, making its first flight on 2nd February and entering state trials on 16th February. 

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
LaGG-3

Together with two other fighters, this Soviet single-engine fighter replaced the obsolete I-16 and I-153, which at that time were the core fighters of the Soviet Air Force's RKKA. The LaGG-3 began appearing on the aviation scene in early 1941, several months prior to the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, and was manufactured at Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Goudkov until 1944.

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
M.C.200 serie 3

A single-engine fighter with retractable landing gear. The M.C.200, soon nicknamed the Saetta (“Lightning”), was created in 1937 as an interceptor, designed to "protect our national territory in case of need". The plane was used until about 1943 as an escort plane and a ground attack fighter. 

Country : Italy
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
M.C.200 serie 7

A single-engine fighter with retractable landing gear. The M.C.200, soon nicknamed the Saetta (“Lightning”), was created in 1937 as an interceptor, designed to "protect our national territory in case of need". The plane was used until about 1943 as an escort plane and a ground attack fighter. 

 

Country : Italy
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
M.C.202

The Macchi M.C.202 was an Italian all-metal fighter interceptor, initially armed with nothing but twin synchronised 12.7mm (.50-cal) machine guns in the engine housing. The woefully ineffective armament for a fighter that plagued many other Italian fighters was finally remedied on the M.C.202 Serie VI (variants of the aircraft were designated with Roman numerals, I through XI), when two additional 7.7mm machine guns were added to the wings.


 

Country : Italy
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
Me.163B

The Messerschmitt Ме 163 Komet was a German rocket-powered interceptor. Its first flight took place on 1st September 1941. A very small number was ever produced; only 91 before the end of 1944. First combat for the Komet took place on 14th May 1944.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Me.262A-1a

The Messerschmitt Me 262 was a German jet fighter, fast bomber and reconnaissance aircraft of the WWII era. It was the world's first mass-produced jet fighter and the first jet aircraft to see combat. The first serial variant, the Me 262 A-1a, unofficially known as 'Schwalbe'...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Meteor F.3

The aircraft's development started in August 1940 and was based on previous design work. The first prototype fighter flew on March 5, 1943. At the beginning of 1944, the aircraft was launched into full-scale production under the designation of Gloster Meteor F.Mk.I (Type G.41A).

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Meteor F.4 LW

The main difference between the F.Mk.3 and the F.Mk.4 was its engines. This version had Rolls-Royce Derwent Mk.5 turbojet engines, producing 1,590 kg of thrust (more than twice as much as the Derwent Mk.1)

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1945
Meteor F.4 SW

The year of 1946 saw the start of the full-scale production of the F.Mk.4, a variant intended to replace the F.Mk.3. The prototype F.Mk.4 model flew for the first time on May 17, 1945.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1945
Meteor F.8

In the late 40s, second-generation jet fighters began to emerge. Significant upgrades were required to bring the Meteor closer to their level. The Gloster designers embarked on developing a new version, designated the Gloster Meteor F.Mk.8 (Type G.41K), at the end of 1947.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1948
MiG-15

The emergence of the new engines led to the creation of Soviet jet fighters able to compete with the leading models of the world. In 1947, the Mikoyan Design Bureau started the development of a front line fighter with a Nene (RD-45) turbojet engine and an airtight cockpit: the I-310 ("S").

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1948
MiG-9

In the end of 1945, the Mikoyan Design Bureau began the development of a jet fighter with two BMW-003 engines (producing 800 kg of thrust). On 24 April 1946, test pilot A.N. Grinchik first flew the prototype I-300 (F-1), the first Soviet fighter with a turbojet engine. The plane reached a speed of 920 km/h and had powerful armament: a 57mm N-57 cannon and two 23mm NS-23 cannons.

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1946
N1K2-J

A single-seat, all-metal monoplane fighter with a closed canopy. The "Shiden" holds a unique place in the history of airplane construction. This land-based interceptor was based on the N1K1, which had been designed to support amphibious operations.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
N1K2-Ja

This fighter-bomber version of the N1K2, the N1K2-Ja Model 21Ko, was developed at the time the N1K2-J began production. The main difference between the two planes was the 21Ko's steel underwing pylons. This Shiden-Kai could carry four 250-kg bombs, two under each wing, or two 500-kg bombs, or two or four 60-kg bombs. It could also carry unguided rockets, like the N1K2-J.

Country : Japan
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
P-26A-33

A single-seat, all-metal braced monoplane fighter with an open cockpit and retractable landing gear in its fairings. It was designed by the design office of the Boeing Company.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26A-34

Many problems were revealed when the P-26's operation began. The 29th production P-26А was the first to obtain enlarged fuselage spine fairing, and the planes already produced were modified directly on the front lines.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26A-34 M2

P-26Аs produced later had reinforced armament: one synchronous 7.62 mm Browning M1 machine gun to the left of the fuselage and one synchronous large-calibre 12.7 mm Browning M2.5 machine gun to the right.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26A-35

A number of countries showed interest in the Peashooter, and the Boeing Company began to create an export version of the aircraft. The first plane of its kind (Model 281) got off the ground for the first time in August 1934.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1934
P-26B-35

In addition to the P-26Аs they had already received, the USAAC ordered 25 more fighters. Two of them were designated P-26В (Model 266A). These aircraft were equipped with 600 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340-33 nine-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engines.

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1935
P-39K-1

In developing this aircraft, the Bell designers came up against two global problems. The first was that the P-39 was intended for export, and there was no way round this. The impossibility of fitting a turbo compressor to the low-altitude Allison engine... 

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
P-39Q-15

The Q series became the most numerous and advanced of all the Airacobra family. It was a direct successor of the N series. The whole propeller-engine group remained unchanged... 

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
P-40E-1

Allied forces have used this American single-engine fighter all over the world: in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Pacific theater. P-40E-1 'Kittyhawk' modification of that plane, made for the British Air Force...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
P-47D Thunderbolt

The Republic P-47 Thunderbolt was an American fighter-bomber of the WWII era. It was one of the main USAAF fighters of WWII, especially effective as a fighter-bomber. The P-47 was also sent to the USSR via the lend-lease program...

Country : USA
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1943
P-51D-5 Mustang

The North-American P-51 Mustang was an American fighter designed in the early 1940s and is considered the best US fighter of WWII. It was widely exported to countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America. 

Country : USA
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Sea Meteor F.3

The Gloster Meteor F.Mk.III fighter that appeared in August 1944 became the first full-scale production version of the plane. The F.Mk.III version was to have a pair of Rolls-Royce Derwent Mk.I turbojet engines producing 910 kg of thrust.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Spitfire Mk XVI

The Supermarine Spitfire was a British fighter of the WWII era. It was a single-engine, all-metal, low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear. Various modifications served as fighters, interceptors, high-altitude fighters...


 

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Spitfire Mk.I

An all-metal construction, single-engine, single-seater monoplane fighter. The Spitfire (Prototype K5054) made its first flight on March 6, 1936, and mass production began in May of 1938. In August of the same year....


 

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Spitfire Mk.II

The Supermarine Spitfire was a British fighter of the WWII era. It was a single-engine, all-metal, low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear. Various modifications served as fighters, interceptors, high-altitude fighters interceptors...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Spitfire Mk.IX

The Supermarine Spitfire was a British fighter of the WWII era. It was a single-engine, all-metal, low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear. While the Mk VI variant was being designed...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Spitfire Mk.VB

A single-seater, single-engined all-metal monoplane fighter. A later member of the Spitfire family, the Spitfire Mk.V (Type 349) variant had a redesigned airframe and a more powerful V-12 engine, the Rolls-Royce Merlin 45....

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
Spitfire Mk.VC

A single-seater, single-engined all-metal monoplane fighter, this variant was a Spitfire Mk.V with a new type C “universal” wing and new armament. The Mk.VC could be fitted with four cannons...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Ta.152H-1

The Ta 152 was, without a doubt, the best aircraft designed by Kurt Tank for Focke-Wulf. The aircraft was a further redesign of the venerable Fw.190, namely of the Fw.190D. The Ta.152 became possible thanks to the new high-altitude...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Tempest Mk.V

The Tempest was conceived of as a high-speed Typhoon, a fighter-bomber created by the Hawker company in 1941. The Typhoon had many deficiencies, such a heavy engine with insufficient structural strength, relatively low speed...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Typhoon Mk.IA

Even before the new Hurricane fighter was launched into full-scale production, the engineers of Hawker Aircraft Ltd.'s design office, headed by Sir Sydney Camm, embarked on the development of а next-generation interceptor fighter for the RAF.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Typhoon Mk.IB

Aircraft of the version that followed the Mk.IA, the Typhoon Mk.IB, had armament that consisted of four 20 mm British Hispano Mk.I magazine-fed cannons, with 75 rounds each.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1940
Typhoon Mk.IB late

Typhoon fighters of the first production series were equipped with a canopy with massive framing and a Rover-produced car-type side door for cockpit access.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Yak-1B

The Yak-1 is a Soviet single-engine fighter of the WWII era. It was the first combat aircraft designed by Alexander Yakovlev's construction bureau and was produced from 1940 to 1944, with a total of 8,700 aircraft built.

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Yak-3

The Yak-3 was a Soviet single-engine fighter of the WWII era. It was the first combat aircraft designed by Alexander Yakovlev's construction bureau. The Yak-3 was a further modification of the Yak-1, produced in 1944 and 1945, with a total of 4,848 built, and considered one of the best fighters of the war.

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Yak-7B

This Soviet single-engine fighter was based on the Yak-7UTI, a tandem-seat advanced trainer based on the Yak-1. The first Yak-7B rolled off the production line at Yakovlev in 1942; the last one was made in 1944.

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Yak-9T

The Yak-9 was a Soviet single-engine fighter of the WWII era. It was the first combat aircraft designed by Alexander Yakovlev's construction bureau. The most mass-produced Soviet fighter of the war, it remained in production from October 1942 to December 1948, with a total of 16,769 built. 


 

Country : USSR
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1942
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