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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

Search result : 34 planes

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
B-17E

The legendary B-17 American heavy bombers were rightly called Flying Fortresses. This four-engined heavy bomber was an all-metal hero, an extremely durable aircraft that could return to the airfield with just one engine, riddled with bullets. 

Country : USA
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
B-17E late

The legendary B-17 American heavy bombers were rightly called Flying Fortresses. This four-engined heavy bomber was an all-metal hero, an extremely durable aircraft that could return to the airfield with just one engine, riddled with bullets. 

Country : USA
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
Beaufighter Mk.VIC

In the two-crew Bristol Beaufighter heavy fighter series, some modifications were designed to patrol coastal areas and escort vessels. The designations of these variants ended with the letter C to indicate that they were used by the Coastal Command...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1942
Beaufighter Mk.X

The Bristol Company decided to use the existing development and basic structural elements of the Beaufort torpedo bomber in the design of a new long-range fighter, and so the Beaufighter project was born...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1942
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-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
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
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-217K-1

In the late summer of 1942, full-scale production of a new bomber variant, called the Do 217 K-1, was started. Its creation was prompted by the designers' wish to improve visibility from the pilot's station. Whereas the Do 217E had a projection in front of the windscreen of the pilot's cockpit, a new streamlined forward section of the crew cockpit was developed for the Do 217K; it had no projection and was shared by the pilot and the navigator. The crew cockpit became more spacious, and visibility was improved.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
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
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
He.111H-6

The Heinkel He.111 was a German monoplane medium bomber (also torpedo bomber and attack bomber). The Hе.111H-6 quickly became one the most widely used variants of the Heinkel bomber. It saw action on all European fronts. 

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
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
IL-4

The IL-4 long-range bomber was one of the most famous Soviet bombers of WWII. With thousands of IL-4s built, the aircraft took part in all the important battles of the Eastern Front, including long-range bombing raids of Axis industrial targets. A large number of books, including both memoirs and technical publications, focus on the IL-4. 


 

Country : USSR
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
Ju.87D-3

The Junkers Ju.87 Stuka was a single-engine dive bomber and attack aircraft of the WWII era. The most famous Stuka pilot of the war was Hans-Ulrich Rudel, the most highly decorated Luftwaffe pilot in history. 

Country : Germany
Type : Dive Bomber
Year : 1942
Ki-49-IIA

In the spring of 1942, it was decided that the Ki-49 should be fitted with new engines, the Nakajima Ha-109 radial piston engines, rated at 1450 hp. This required only a slight modification of the engine nacelles, as the new engine was a similar size to that of its predecessor. However, the oil cooler could not fit inside the nacelle along with the engine and was put outside, instead. Other changes were made to improve combat conditions: the armor protecting the airplane's crew was upgraded and self-sealing fuel tanks were installed, as well as a new bomb sight.

Country : Japan
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
Ki-49-IIb

In the spring of 1942, it was decided that the Ki-49 should be fitted with new engines, the Nakajima Ha-109 radial piston engines, rated at 1450 hp. This required only a slight modification of the engine nacelles, as the new engine was a similar size to that of its predecessor. However, the oil cooler could not fit inside the nacelle along with the engine and was put outside, instead

Country : Japan
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
Lancaster Mk.III

A heavy quad-engine all-metal monoplane bomber based on the twin-engine Avro Model 679 Manchester bomber. The first Lancaster prototype flew on January 9, 1941, and the first production model was commissioned on October 31, 1941.


 

Country : Great Britain
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
Pe-2 (110-204 series)

In June 1942, a new Toropov VUB-1 (a.k.a. B-270) upper turret mount began production. It began to be installed on all aircraft from series 110 onward. The VUB-1 was a shielded turret with a 200-round UBT machine gun and continuous belt feeding.

Country : USSR
Type : Bomber, Dive Bomber
Year : 1942
Pe-2 (83-109 series)

Air battles during the first year of the war clearly showed that the Pe-2's armament did not provide effective self-defense. The Pe-2's Achilles' heel was it defense against attacks from the upper rear. This area was covered by the ShKAS machine gun in the TSS-1 mount, installed in the navigator's cockpit.

Country : USSR
Type : Bomber, Dive Bomber
Year : 1942
Pe-3bis

In April 1942, the Pe-3bis, an improved version of the Pe-3, began full-scale production. The most significant improvements concerned the main armament: a 20 mm ShVAK cannon with 250 rounds was installed in the nose fuselage section.

Country : USSR
Type : Heavy Fighter
Year : 1942
S.79bis of 1942 year series

Savoia-Marchetti designers proposed upgrading the outdated S.79 by replacing its mixed design with an all-metal airframe. This would substantially reduce the aircraft’s weight while increasing the strength of its airframe. But the Royal Italian Air Force chose a compromise, instead: change the power unit, but keep the S.79’s old airframe. The resulting variant was named the S.79bis.

Country : Italy
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
SBD-3

A carrier-based dive-bomber/reconnaissance aircraft. The most well-known U.S. Navy bomber, and perhaps the most significant dive-bomber of the war. Despite the fact that the decision to write off the SBD...

Country : USA
Type : Dive Bomber
Year : 1942
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.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.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
TBF-1C

The TBF Torpedo Bomber was created to replace the outdated Devastators, which suffered from insufficient speed and short range. The TBF, also known as the Avenger, had good range and load capacity and the ability to carry cargo inside the fuselage...

Country : USA
Type : Bomber, Torpedo Bomber
Year : 1942
Tu-2

This aircraft was designed by OKB-29 of the NKVD's Special Technical Bureau, under the direction of Andrei N. Tupolev, as a twin-engine bomber to operate near the front lines and in raids at the enemy's rear (the project was called "FB," which stood for "front-line bomber").

Country : USSR
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
Wellington Mk.X

The Wellington Mk.X became the last production model of this particular bomber. Its design was based on the Mk.III's airframe, and it featured similar armament and equipment.

Country : Great Britain
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
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-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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