This German Fighter built in greater numbers than any other fighter plane in history, is also responsible for more aircraft kills than any other plane in World War II.
Armament: 22×13 mm MG 131 machine guns Rheinmetall-Borsig
21×20 mm MG 151/20 cannon, 2×Wfr. Gr.21 rockets, 2×30 mm MK 108 underwing cannon pods.
Engines: 1× Daimler-Benz DB 605A-1 liquid-cooled inverted V-12
Speed: 640 km/h (398 mph) at 6,300 m
Ceiling: 39,370 feet
The British built spitfire boasted a powerful Rolls Royce engine, Two 20mm cannons and four .303 machine guns. A legendary WWII fighter plane and chief adversary of the venerable German BF-109 for most of the war.
Armament: 2 x 20mm Hispano Cannons. 4 x .303 browning machine guns.
FOCKE WOLF 190
Entered combat in 1941, equipped with a BMW engine. Carried out bombing missions in addition to its fighter role.
Armament: 2 x 13mm MG131 machine guns. 4 x 20 mm cannons
Engines: BMW 801D-2 Radial engine. 2000hp.
Speed: 408 mph / 656 Km/h
Ceiling: 37,430 feet
Long Range Allied fighter, generally considered to be the best fighter plane of all time.
Armament: 2 x .50 cal machine guns. up to 2000lbs of bombs + 10 x 5in. rockets.
Engines: 1 x Packard Merlin Supercharged V-12. 1695hp.
Speed: 437mph / 703 Km/h
Ceiling: 41,600 feet
Japanese dogfighter known for its maneuverability. Nomally the zero was a carrier based fighter plane. Early during WWII the zero was widely feared among allied pilots. As the war drew to a close however, many allied aircraft out-performed the zero.
Armament: 2 x 7.7 mm machine guns. 2 x 20mm cannon in the wings.
Engines: 1× Nakajima Sakae12 radial engine, 950hp.
Speed: 316mph / 533 Km/h
Ceiling: 33,000 feet