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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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Beaufighter Mk.21

Originally created as heavy long-range night fighters, the later Bristol Beaufighters were used as bombers and torpedo bombers. The last major modification, the Beaufighter TF Mk.X, was considered one of the finest torpedo bombers of the time. The Beaufighter aircraft series was the first with a radar system...

Country : Australia
Type : Ground Attack, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1940
Beaufort Mk.VIII

The Bristol Beaufort was a twin-engined torpedo-bomber that the Coast Guard actively used in the UK and Australia. The Beaufort design process began in 1935, when the UK’s Air Ministry formulated the M.15/35 and G.24/35 specifications for the development of a torpedo bomber...

Country : Australia
Type : Bomber, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1940
D3A1

The single-engine carrier-based Aichi D3A dive bomber, a metal-construction monoplane, was created by order of Japan’s Supreme Command of Naval Aviation to replace the obsolete D1A biplane. The shape of the wing and tail, as well as the presence of special dive brake flaps..

Country : Japan
Type : Dive Bomber
Year : 1940
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-217E-2

Dornier Do 217 E-2 medium twin-engine bomber. An all-metal cantilever monoplane with a twin-fin tail and a retractable landing gear system with a tail wheel. The bomber was created in the design bureau of the Dornier Flugzeugwerke company under the direction of Claude Dornier.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
Do-217E-4

Dornier Do 217 E-4 medium twin-engine bomber.

Late 1941 saw the start of production of Do 217 E-4 variant bombers, which differed from the E-2 mainly in their new BMW 801C engines, with a takeoff power of 1,560 hp, and in their wings' reinforced leading edge, which could cut through the cables of barrage balloons.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Bomber
Year : 1940
F1M2

A single-engine all-metal biplane with a main central float and two additional underwing floats. It was originally built as a catapult-launched reconnaissance floatplane specializing in gunnery spotting for battleships and heavy cruisers of the Imperial Japanese Navy.

Country : Japan
Type : Floatplane
Year : 1940
He.111H-16

The Heinkel He.111 was a German monoplane medium bomber (also torpedo bomber and attack bomber). The He.111H-16 was the third standard H-series variant, the other two being H-3 and H-6

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
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
IL-2

The famous IL-2 Sturmovik was a Soviet WWII-era attack aircraft created by the Ilyushin Design Bureau and nicknamed "Hunchback" by Red Army troops due to the distinct fuselage shape. The designers nicknamed their aircraft the "Flying Tank".

Country : USSR
Type : Ground Attack
Year : 1940
Ju.88A-4

The Ju.88 high-speed horizontal and dive bomber was one of the most versatile aircraft of WWII, and the Ju.88A-4 was the most well-known and highly mass produced of all the variants.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
Ki-49-I

Twin-engine monoplane medium bomber with retractable landing gear and tail wheel. The development of a new medium bomber (heavy bomber, by Japanese standards) for the Japanese Army Air Force began in the spring of 1938. The new airplane was to replace the Mitsubishi Ki-21 bomber.

Country : Japan
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
OS2U-3

To familiarize the crews with the new aircraft, the series OS2U-2 was produced in 1940. It had non-retractable wheel landing gear. There were 158 of these logical successors to the OS2U-1...

Country : USA
Type : Floatplane
Year : 1940
Pe-2 (1-20 series)

The idea to create the Pe-2 front line dive bomber was born quite suddenly. The experiences of World War II, which had just recently started, showed that the concept of heavy twin-engine fighters was defective. The planes either failed miserably or had to play a different role in the conflict...

Country : USSR
Type : Bomber, Dive Bomber
Year : 1940
SB 2M-105

In the autumn of 1940, the SB-2M-105 variant was launched into full-scale production, equipped with 1,100 hp Klimov M-105 twelve-cylinder, V-shaped, water-cooled engines and VISh-22Ye propellers.

Country : USSR
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
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
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
Wellington Mk.Ic

In May 1940, the Vickers Wellington bomber was included in the list of aircraft declared a high priority by the United Kingdom's Ministry of Aircraft Production.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
Wellington Mk.Ic Late

Full-scale production of the Mk.IC (Type 415) model started in April 1940. This version said the final goodbye to the retractable ventral turret, favoring guns placed on the aircraft's sides instead. In place of the Frazer-Nash FN-25 turret, the plane featured two side blisters consisting of 7.7 mm Vickers Class K machine guns with 483 rounds each (7 flat pan magazines, standard capacity).

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
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