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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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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
B-17G

The Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress was the first American all-metal heavy bomber. The plane was designed in 1934 in response to a design competition for a coastal anti-ship bomber. A year later the Boeing-299 prototype was built...

Country : USA
Type : Heavy Bomber
Year : 1943
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
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
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
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
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
Ju.87D-5

In early 1943, a new variant of the Stuka, the Ju.87D-5, was launched into full-scale production. The D-5 variant was originally conceived of as a ground-attack aircraft, as opposed to the previous D-3 version, for which ground attacks were thought to be only one of its possible combat uses.

Country : Germany
Type : Ground Attack, Dive Bomber
Year : 1943
Ju.87G-1

By early 1943 the Luftwaffe, or rather the whole German army at the Eastern Front, faced a critical problem fighting Soviet armoured forces. The equipment intended to stop the "Russian steam roller" included a special anti-tank version of the Stuka that appeared in late 1943.

Country : Germany
Type : Ground Attack, Dive Bomber
Year : 1943
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
Me.410A-1

The pressing need to replace the obsolete Bf.110 and the unsuccessful Me.210 in the Luftwaffe's squadrons became reason for Messerschmitt AG to create a new twin-engine heavy fighter. It was decided that this aircraft be based on the Me.210 so that its production could use available manufacturing equipment...

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Me.410A-1/U2

By February 1944, the designation "Hornisse" ("Hornet") was finally assigned to the Me.410A planes, and several "factory conversion kits" (Umbausätze) were developed for them to increase their firepower or ensure that they were able to perform various special missions.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Me.410A-1/U4

By February 1944, the designation "Hornisse" ("Hornet") was finally assigned to the Me.410A planes, and several "factory conversion kits" (Umbausätze) were developed for them to increase their firepower or ensure that they were able to perform various special missions.

The Me.410A-1/U4 and the Me.410A-2/U4 became the most powerful armament available in Me.410A modifications.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Mosquito FB Mk.VI

A twin-engine monoplane fighter-bomber of wooden construction, originally conceived of as a multi-purpose high-speed scout-bomber. The DH.98 completed its first flight on November 25, 1940. Mass production began in October of 1941...

Country : Great Britain
Type : Ground Attack, Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
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-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
Pe-2 (205-358 series)

By the summer of 1943, due to growing production volume and a general decrease in quality, the basic performance characteristics of production bombers had degraded to an intolerable level. The Factory No. 22 designers were tasked with drastically improving the quality of the bombers produced. The new chief designer, V. M. Myasishchev, was in charge of this work.

Country : USSR
Type : Bomber, Dive Bomber
Year : 1943
S.79bis of 1943 year series

On September 8, 1943, Italy surrendered and split in half; in the north, the Germans established a puppet Italian Social Republic (RSI), while the British and Americans controlled the south. The bulk of S.79 aircraft remained in the north. In addition, the aircraft factories were located there, as well as a stock of components and unfinished S.79bis airframes, so production of the planes continued.

Country : Italy
Type : Bomber
Year : 1943
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
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