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FMA I.Ae. 27 Pulqui                                                                                                               

1947
FMA-Avro Canada-Avia–
Aircraft on photo: FMA I.Ae.27 Pulqui  
Data for: I.Ae.27 initial version (with rounded wingtips)   
Manufacturer:
Fabrica Militar de Aviones (FMA), Argentina
Max speed:
720 km/h
(427 mph)      
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: 900 km
(559 mi)
Span:
Description:
the first South American jet plane, designed  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  by French aircraft designer Émile Dewoitine    Ceiling: 15.500 m
(50.855 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1947 Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
9,69 m     
(31 ft 9.5 in)
11,25 m
(36 ft 11 in)
3,39 m
(11 ft 1.5 in)
3.600 kg  
(7.937 lb)
1
 
 
 
Engine:                1 × Rolls-Royce Derwent 5 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 16,01 kN (1 x 3.600 lbf)                              
                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in) projected
   
  Other: underwing bombs or rockets (projected)
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Aviastar
Militariarg


FMA I.Ae. 30 Ñancú

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: FMA I.Ae.30 Ñancú                                                                                     Photo source: Wikipedia  
   
Manufacturer:
Fabrica Militar de Aviones (FMA), Argentina
Max speed:
740 km/h
(456 mph)     
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: 2.700 km
(1.665 mi)
Span:
Description:
twin piston engined fighter designed in the  Endurance:
5 h 25 min

Height:
  late 1940s, similar to the de Havilland Hornet,  Ceiling: 8.000 m
(26.420 ft)
Loaded weight:
  but made of metal instead of wood  
Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
First flight: 1948 Crew: 1   
 
11,52 m     
(37 ft 9 in)
15 m
(49 ft 2 in)
5,16 m
(16 ft 11 in)
7.600 kg  
(16.720 lb)
1
 
 
 
Engines:              2 × Rolls-Royce Merlin 604 inline engines
 
  
Power:    2 x 1.342 kW (2 x 1.800 HP)                              
                          
Armament: Guns: 6 x 20 mm (6 x 0.79 in) projected
   
  Bomb: 1 × 250 kg (1 x 550 lb) under fuselage
   
  Rockets: 10 x under wings    
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Avions Legendaires
Myetymology
Las Maquinas de la Guerra

 

 

FMA I.Ae. 33 Planeador

1948
 
Aircraft on photo: FMA I.Ae.33 Planeador                                                                              Photo source: Wikipedia  
   
Manufacturer:
Fabrica Militar de Aviones (FMA), Argentina
Max speed:
NA
           
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype glider
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
IAe 33 wooden glider with ski instead of landing  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  gear used for aerodynamic testing, built by  Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  Reimar Horten and flown by Kurt Tank himself
Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
First flight: 1948 Crew: 1   
 
     
NA          
  NA
  NA
  NA

2 
 
 
Engines:                none
 
  
Thrust:    none                         
    Source:
Armament: none
  Wolfgang Wagner: Kurt Tank – Focke-Wulf's Designer and Test Pilot
More info  / 
sources:
Mincyt
  Wikipedia
La Gazeta
  WW2 In Color

 

 

FMA I.Ae. 33 Pulqui II

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: FMA I.Ae.33 Pulqui IIe
 
Data for: FMA I.Ae.33 Pulqui IIe  
Manufacturer:
Fabrica Militar de Aviones (FMA), Argentina
Max speed:
1.080 km/h
(670 mph)      
Length:
Type:
fighter-interceptor
Range: 3.090 km
(1.920 mi)
Span:
Description:
constructed by German designer Kurt Tank  Endurance:
2 h 50 min

Height:
  with many of the design elements of the  Ceiling: 15.000 m
(49.213 ft)
Gross weight:
  wartime Focke-Wulf Ta 183  
Climb rate: 25,5 m/s
(5.020 ft/min)   
Number built:
First flight: 1950 Crew: 1   
 
11,68 m     
(38 ft 4 in)
10,62 m
(34 ft 10 in)
3,35 m
(11 ft 0 in)
6.875 kg  
(15.157 lb)
5
 
 
 
Engine:                1 × Rolls-Royce Nene II turboje
            
 
Thrust:    1 x 22,69 kN (1 x 5.100 lbf)                     
      Source:  
Armament: Guns: 4 x 20 mm (4 x 0.79 in)
  Wolfgang Wagner:
Variants: Pulqui IIa / Pulqui IIe
  Kurt Tank – Focke-Wulf's Designer and Test Pilot
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Wikipedia
Aviastar
 

 

FMA I.Ae. 37 Planeador

1954
 
Aircraft on photo: FMA I.Ae.37 Planeador
 
   
Manufacturer:
Fabrica Militar de Aviones (FMA), Argentina
Max speed:
250 km/h
(155 mph)    
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype glider
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
I.Ae. 37 Ala Delta glider version with clear  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  glass nose and pilot in prone position     Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
First flight: 1954 Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
10,0 m     
(32 ft 10 in)
10,0 m
(32 ft 10 in)
4,92 m
(16 ft 2 in)
1.200 kg  
(2.645 lb)
1
 
 
 
Engine:                none
 
  
Thrust:    none                           
                          
Armament: none
   
More info   sources:
Gvranjes
  Mundohistoria
Taringa
  Insignia Mag


 

FMA I.Ae. 37 Ala Delta

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: FMA I.Ae.37 Ala Delta glider                                                                        Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer:
Fabrica Militar de Aviones (FMA), Argentina
Max speed:
800 km/h
(500 mph)  
Length:
Type:
fighter-interceptor prototype
Range: 1.000 km
(621 mi)
Span:
Description:
Reimar Horten project that was canceled in 1960,  Ferry range:
2.000 km
(1.243 mi)
Height:
  while prototype was still in construction glider   Ceiling: 11.000 m
(36.089 ft)
Max weight:
  version was reconfigured to look like final fighter Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
First flight: 1956 Crew: 1   
 
11,78 m  
(38 ft 8 in)
10,0 m
(32 ft 10 in)
4,92 m
(16 ft 2 in)
4.800 kg
(10.582 lb)
1   glider 
mock up 
 
 
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Derwent V turbojet (planned)
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 16,02 kN (1 x 3.600 lbf)                          
                          
Armament: none
   
More info   /sources:
Wikipedia
  Mincyt
Airwar
  Mov.Peronista


 

Commonwealth CA-15 Kangaroo

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Commonwealth CA-15 Kangaroo       
   
Manufacturer:
Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation, Australia
Max speed:
721 km/h
(448 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter
Range: 1.850 km
(1.150 mi)
Span:
Description:
fully indigenous CAC project designed during Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  WWII but first flown a year after it ended Ceiling: 11.887 m
(39.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1946 Climb rate: 24,9 m/s
(4.900 ft/min) 
Number built:
Crew: 1       
 
11,04 m     
(36 ft 3 in)
10,97 m
(36 ft 0 in)
4,32 m
(14 ft 2 in)
5.597 kg  
(12.340 lb)
1
 
 
 
Engine:               1 × Rolls-Royce Griffon liquid-cooled V12 engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 1.517 kW (1 x 2.035 HP)                        
                          
Armament: Guns: 6 x 12,7 mm (6 x 0.50 in)
   
  Bombs: 2 × 454 kg (2 x 1.000 lb)
   
  Rockets: 10 x
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Valka
FAQS

 

 

Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck

1950
 
Aircraft on photo: Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck Mk 3D                                              Photo source: Flickr by +Jethro+
 
Data for: Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck Mk 3D  
Manufacturer:
A.V. Roe Canada Ltd, Canada
Max speed:
1.022 km/h
(635 mi)        
Length:
Type:
interceptor, fighter trainer (Mk 2T, Mk 3D)
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
the only Canadian-designed fighter to enter  Ferry range:
3.500 km
(2.175 mi)
Height:
  mass production, serving primarily with the  Ceiling: 14.326 m
(47.000 ft)
Max weight:
  RCAF/CAF and in small numbers in Belgium Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
First flight: 1950 Crew: 2   
 
15,9 m     
(52 ft 3 in)
15,85 m
(52 ft 0 in)
4,73 m
(15 ft 6 in)
18.030 kg 
(39.750 lb)
692  (total
Canuck) 
More info / sources:
Engines:                2 × Avro Canada Orenda 8 thrust axial flow gas turbine
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 26,69 kN (2 x 6.000 lbf)                           
                          
Armament: Guns: 8 x 12,7 mm (8 x 0.50 in)
   
Variants: Mk 1, Mk 2, Mk 3, Mk 4, Mk 5    
Canadian Flight
Wikipedia
Airvectors
Hrvatski vojnik

 

 

Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck Mk 4 / Mk 5

1952
 
Aircraft on photo: Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck Mk 5D   
Data for: Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck Mk 5D  
Manufacturer:
A.V. Roe Canada Ltd, Canada
Max speed:
1.110 km/h
(690 mph) 
Length:
Type:
interceptor
Range: 2.072 km
(1.288 mi)
Span:
Description:
rocket-armed (Mk 4) & high altitude (Mk 5) Ferry range:
4.000 km
(2.485 mi)
Height:
  Canuck versions with larger nose to house Ceiling: 16.460 m
(54.000 ft)
Max weight:
  new radar and with more powerful engines Climb rate: 44,5 m/s
(8.750 ft/min)  
Number built:
First flight: 1952 Crew: 2   
 
16,7 m     
(54 ft 9.5 in)
17,75 m
(58 ft 3 in)
4,46 m
(14 ft 7.5 in)
16.783 kg 
(37.000 lb)
279 (Mk4); 
332 (Mk5) 
 
 
Engines:              2 × Avro Canada Orenda 11 turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 32,5 kN (2 x 7.300 lbf)                         
                          
Armament: 2 wingtip pods of 29 x 70-mm (2.75 in) aerial rockets
   
More info   sources:
Wikipedia
  Flugzeiginfo
Aviastar
  Avions Legen.

 

 

Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck  "Velvet Glove"

1953
Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck Velvet Glove  
Aircraft on photo: Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck "Velvet Glove"                     Photo source: Millionmonkeytheater.com  
   
Manufacturer:
A.V. Roe Canada Ltd, Canada Max speed:
1.022 km/h
(635 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
CF-100 Mk.3A Cannuck modified to test Velve Ferry range:
3.500 km
(2.175 mi) Height:
  Glove radar-guided air-to-air missiles Ceiling: 14.326 m
(47.000 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1953 Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Crew: 2       
 
NA     

15,85 m
(52 ft 0 in)
4,73 m
(15 ft 6 in)
18.030 kg  
(39.750 lb)
1
 

 
Engines:             2 × Avro Canada Orenda 2 thrust axial flow gas turbine
 
More info sources: 
Thrust:    2 x 26,7 kN (2 x 6.000 lbf)                       
                             1000 Aircraft Photos
Armament: Missiles: 4 x Velvet Glove radar-guided air-to-air missiles
  Million Monkey Theater
 
Airvectors
Hrvatski vojnik

 

 

Avro Canada CF-103 (mock up)

1951
Avro Canada CF-103  
Aircraft on photo: Avro Canada CF-103 (mock up)                                                                  Photo source: Wikipedia  
   
Manufacturer:
A.V. Roe Canada Ltd, Canada Max speed:
1.039 km/h
(647 mph)    
Length:
Type:
interceptor
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
designed as possible replacement of the   Ferry range:
NA
  Height:
  company's CF-100 Canuck with swept-back Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  wings and a new tail Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Canceled: 1951 Crew: 2   
 
18,2 m       
(59 ft 9 in)
13,1 m
(43 ft 0 in)
4,87 m
(16 ft 0 in)
NA 

1 mock up
 

 
Engines:              2 × Avro Canada Orenda 17 turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 32,36 kN (2 x 7.275 lbf) dry thrust                        
                          
  2 x 37,8 kN (2 x 8.490 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 8 x 12,7 mm (8 x 0.50 in)
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Global Security
Canuck Purpleglen

 

 

Avro Canada Project Y (mock up)

1953
Avro Canada Project Y  
Aircraft on photo: Avro Canada Project Y (mock up)                                                               Photo source: Dvice.com  
   
Manufacturer:
A.V. Roe Canada Ltd, Canada Max speed:
2.414 km/h
(1.500 mph)   
Length:
Type:
VTOL fighter
Range: 1.600 km
(1.000 mi)
Span:
Description:
designed to use jet engines to spin a giant  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  turbine inside the body of the craft with  Ceiling: 19.812 m
(65.000 ft)
Max weight:
  channels inside the airframe directing airflow
Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
  from this turbine backwards to provide thrust Canceled: 1953   
Crew:
7,3 m       
(23 ft 11 in)
6 m
(19 ft 8 in)
NA

NA 

1 mock up
 
1  
Engines:             experimental RFGT (RadIal Flow Gas Turbine) engine
 
  
Thrust:    NA                    
                          
Armament: NA
   
More info   sources:
Dvice
  Fantastic Plast.
Gamellama
  J-Times

 

 

Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow

1958
 
Aircraft on photo: Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow Mk1 replica  
Data for: Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow Mk1  
Manufacturer:
A.V. Roe Canada Ltd, Canada
Max speed:
2.104 km/h
(1.307 mph) 
Length:
Type:
interceptor
Range: 1.330 km
(820 mi)
Span:
Description:
one of the fastest and the most advanced Combat range:
660 km
(410 mi)
Height:
  fighters of its time that was cancelled due Ceiling: 17.830 m
(58.500 ft)
Max weight:
  to political reasons Climb rate: 198 m/s
(39.000 ft/min)  
Number built:
First flight: 1958 Crew: 2   
 
23,71 m     
(77 ft 9 in)
15,24 m
(50 ft 0 in)
6,25 m
(20 ft 6 in)
31.120 kg 
(68.605 lb)
5 (Mk 1);
1 (Mk 2) 
More info / sources:
Engines:              2 × Pratt & Whitney J75-P-3 turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 55,6 kN (2 x 12.500 lbf) dry thrust                       
                          
  2 x 104,53 kN (2 x 23.500 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Rockets: 4 x unguided nuclear rockets
   
  Missiles: 8 x air-to-air    
Wikipedia
Global Security
Unreal Aircraft
Aerospace Web
Aviastar


 

Avia S-92

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Avia S-92  
(also called: Avia S-92 Turbina)  
Manufacturer:
Avia Praha, Czechoslovakia 
Max speed:
870 km/h
(540 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter aircraft
Range: 1.050 km
(652 mi) Span:
Description:
after-war Me-262 version made out of   Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  captured components which were seized Ceiling: 12.000 m
(39.370 ft)
Max weight:
  by Soviet forces and then handed over Climb rate: 20 m/s
(3.900 ft/min)    
Number built:
  to Czechoslovak government First flight: 1946   Crew:
10,60 m     
(34 ft 9 in)
12,51 m
(41 ft 0.5 in)
3,85 m
(12 ft 7.5 in)
7.045 kg 
(15.532 lb)
9 (S-92);
3 (CS-92) 
1
 
Engines:               2 x Malešice M.04B (Junkers Jumo 004 B-1) turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 8,7 kN (2 x 1.955 lbf)     
                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
  Wikipedia
Airwar
  Military.cz


 

Avia CS-92

1946
 
Aircraft on photo: Avia CS-92                                                                                                Photo source: Planes.cz  
(also called: Avia CS-92 Turbina)  
Manufacturer:
Avia Praha, Czechoslovakia 
Max speed:
800 km/h
(500 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA
  Span:
Description:
Avia S-92 trainer version which was  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  equivalent to Me-262 B-1a Ceiling: 12.000 m
(39.370 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1946 Climb rate: 20 m/s
(3.900 ft/min)   
Number built:
Crew: 2        
10,60 m     
(34 ft 9 in)
12,51 m
(41 ft 0.5 in)
3,85 m
(12 ft 7.5 in)
6.400 kg 
(14.110 lb)
9 (S-92);
3 (CS-92) 
More info / sources:
Engines:                2 x Malešice M.04B (Junkers Jumo 004 B-1) turbojets
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 8,7 kN (2 x 1.955 lbf)     
                          
Armament: Guns: 4 x 30 mm (4 x 1.18 in)
   
Wikipedia
    Tanks 45
Airpages
  Culak Blog
Aviastar
   


 

Avia S-199

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Avia S-199  
   
Manufacturer:
Avia Praha, Czechoslovakia 
Max speed:
590 km/h
(370 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter aircraft
Range: 850 km
(530 mi) Span:
Description:
Me-109 version constructed with parts & plans Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  left over from Luftwaffe war-time aircraft Ceiling: 8.686 m
(28.500 ft)
Max weight:
  production but with different engine then  Climb rate: 11 m/s
(2.200 ft/min)  
Number built:
  original, the first Israeli Air Force fighter First flight: 1947   Crew:
8,94 m     
(29 ft 4 in)
9,92 m
(32 ft 6 in)
2,59 m
(8 ft 6 in)
3.740 kg 
(8.245 lb)
   450
(S-199) 
1
 
Engine             1 × Junkers Jumo 211F liquid-cooled inverted V-12 engine
 
More info / sources: 
Power:    1 x 986 kW (1 x 1.322 HP)    
                               
Armament: Guns: 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)
   
            2 x 13,1 mm (2 x 0.52 in)    
  Bombs: 1 x 250 kg (1 x 551 lb) or 4 x 70 kg (4 x 155 lb)    
Wikipedia
Wikipedia
Airwar
Aviastar
Jewish Virtual Library

 

 

Avia CS-199

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Avia CS-199                                                            Photo source: Virtual Aviation Museum (khs.at)  

 
Manufacturer:
Avia Praha, Czechoslovakia 
Max speed:
500 km/h
(310 mph) 
Length:
Type:
fighter-trainer
Range: NA
  Span:
Description:
two-seat training variant rebuilt from  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  Avia S-199 Ceiling: 8.686 m
(28.500 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1947 Climb rate: 11 m/s
(2.200 ft/min)     
Number built:
Crew: 2        
8,94 m     
(29 ft 4 in)
9,92 m
(32 ft 6 in)
2,59 m
(8 ft 6 in)
3.500 kg 
(7.715 lb)
    82
(CS-199) 

 
Engine                1 × Junkers Jumo 211F liquid-cooled inverted V-12 engine
 
  
Power:    1 x 986 kW (1 x 1.322 HP)    
                          
Armament: NA
   
More info  / sources:
Wikipedia
  khs.at
Palba.cz
  Hyperscale


 

Helwan HA-300

1964
 
Aircraft on photo: Helwan HA-300  
   
Manufacturer:
Egyptian General Aero Organization, Egypt
Max speed:
1.490 km/h
(925 mph) 
Length:
Type:
interceptor
Range: 1.400 km
(870 mi)
Span:
Description:
supersonic jet fighter aircraft developed in  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  Egypt and designed by famous German  Ceiling: 18.000 m
(59.055 ft)
Max weight:
  aircraft engineer Willy Messerschmitt Climb rate: 203 m/s
(40.000 ft/min)  
Number built:
First flight: 1964 Crew: 1                More info/sources:
12,40 m     
(40 ft 8 in)
5,84 m
(19 ft 2 in)
3,15 m
(10 ft 4 in)
5.443 kg  
(12.000 lb)
3
 
Wikipedia  
Engine              1 × Bristol Orpheus 703 turbojet
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 21,6 kN (1 x 4.900 lbf)  
                               
Armament: Guns: 2 x 20 mm (2 x 0.79 in)
   
  Missiles: 4 x air-to-air    
Aviastar
Airwar
Global Security
Bharat Rakshak

 

 

BAC / Dassault AFVG (mock up)

1967
 
Aircraft on photo: BAC / Dassault AFVG                          
 
   
Manufacturer:
British Aircraft Corporation, United Kingdom
Max speed:
Mach 2,5
 
Length:
  Avions Marcel Dassault, France
Combat range: 926 km
(575 mi)
Span (unswept):
Type:
interceptor, fighter, strike aircraft
Range: 6.485 km
(4.030 mi)   
Height:
Description:
supersonic multi-role combat aircraft with Ceiling: 18.290 m
(60.000 ft)
Max weight:
  variable-geometry wing, actual ancestor Climb rate: NA

Number built:
  to the Tornado fighter Canceled: 1967
  
Crew:
17,43 m     
(57 ft 2 in)
12,98 m
(42 ft 7 in)
5,39 m
(17 ft 8 in)
22.680 kg 
(50.000 lb)
1 mock up

2
 
Engines:           2 x SNECMA / Bristol Siddeley M45G turbofans
                                             
More info / sources:  
Thrust:    NA  
                          
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)
   
  Tactical nuclear weapon: 1.134 kg (2.500 lb)    
Wikipedia
Secret Projects
Wikipedia
Aereo

 

 

Panavia Tornado ADV

1979
 
Aircraft on photo: Panavia Tornado F3                                  
 
Data for: Panavia Tornado F3
 
Manufacturer:
Panavia Aircraft GmbH,
Max speed:
2.381 km/h
(1.479 mph) 
Length:
  United Kingdom, Germany, Italy
Range: 1.853 km
(1.151 mi)
Span (swept):
Type:
interceptor
Ferry range: 4.265 km
(2.650 mi)
Span (unswept):
Description:
long-range interceptor version of the Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Height:
  swing-wing Tornado originally designed  Climb rate: 203 m/s
(40.000 ft/min) 
Max weight:
  to intercept Soviet bombers
Crew: 2
  
Number built:
First flight: 1979        
18,68 m     
(61 ft 3.5 in)
8,60 m
(28 ft 2.5 in)
13,91 m
(45 ft 7.5 in)
5,95 m 
(19 ft 6.5 in)
27.986 kg
(61.700 lb)
218
 
   
Engines:            2 × Turbo-Union RB199-34R augmented turbofan
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 40,5 kN (2 x 9.100 lbf) dry thrust  
                          
  2 x 73,5 kN (2 x 16.520 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 27 mm (1 x 1.063 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 10 (6 x under wings, 4 x under fuselage)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 9.000 kg (19.800 lb)
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Military Factory
Combat Aircraft
Aerospaceweb
Airwar

 

 

British Aerospace ACA (mock up)

1983
 
Aircraft on photo: British Aerospace ACA (mock up)                                       Photo source:Forum.keypublishing.co.uk  
   
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed (est):
2.100 km/h
(1.305 mph)   
Length:
Type: fighter demonstrator
Range: NA

Span:
Description: twin tailed precursor project to the Ferry range: NA

Height:

BAe EAP and Eurofighter which has
Ceiling: 18.000 m
(60.000 ft)
Max weight:
  advanced to the mock up stage  Climb rate: NA

Number built:
Canceled: 1983 (project changed to BAe EAP)
Crew: 1
  
 
15 m     
(49 ft 2.5 in)
10,6 m
(34 ft 9 in)
NA

15.875 kg 
(35.000 lb)
1 mock up
   
Engines:               2 × Turbo-Union RB199 turbofan engines
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 40 kN (2 x 9.000 lbf) dry thrust 
                          
  2 x 76 kN (2 x 17.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: NA
   
More info   /   sources:
Flight Global

Flight Global
Flight Global
Flight Global
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Keypublishing

 

 

British Aerospace EAP

1986
 
Aircraft on photo: British Aerospace EAP
 
   
Manufacturer:
British Aerospace, United Kingdom
Max speed:
2.124 km/h
(1.320 mph)  
Length:
Type: fighter demonstrator
Range: NA

Span:
Description: technology demonstrator based on BAe ACA, Ferry range: NA

Height:

named Experimental Aircraft Programme and 
Ceiling: 18.000 m
(60.000 ft)
Max weight:
  later developed into Eurofighter Typhoon  Climb rate: NA

Number built:
First flight: 1986
Crew: 1
  
 
14,70 m     
(48 ft 3 in)
11,76 m
(38 ft 7 in)
5,53 m
(18 ft 2 in)
14.515 kg 
(32.000 lb)
1

More info / sources:
Engines:              2 × Turbo-Union RB199-104D 3-spool turbofan engines
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 40 kN (2 x 9.000 lbf) dry thrust  
                          
  2 x 76 kN (2 x 17.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 10 (6 x under wings, 4 x under fuselage)    
  Missiles: 10 x air-to-air
   
Wikipedia
Airwar
Kamov
Janes
Aviastar

 

 

Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon

1994
 
Aircraft on photo: Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon S
 
Data for: Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon S  
Manufacturer:
Eurofighter GmbH, European Union
Max speed:
2.495 km/h
(1.550 mph) 
Length:
Type: multirole fighter
Range: 2.900 km
(1.800 mi)
Span:
Description: highly agile, twin-engine air superiority  Ferry range: 3.790 km
(2.350 mi)
Height:

fighter designed as a multirole weapon  Ceiling (max): 19.812 m
(65.000 ft)
Max weight:
  system for the 21st century  Climb rate: >315 m/s
(62.000 ft/min)  
Number built:
First flight: 1994
Crew: 1
  
 
15,96 m     
(52 ft 4 in)
10,95 m
(35 ft 11 in)
5,28 m
(17 ft 4 in)
23.500 kg 
(51.809 lb)
   300
(Oct 2011)
More info / sources:
Engines:              2 × Eurojet EJ200 afterburning turbofans
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 60 kN (2 x 13.000 lbf) dry thrust
                          
  2 x 90 kN (2 x 20.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 27 mm (1 x 1.063 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 13 (8 x under wings, 5 x under fuselage)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 7.500 kg (16.500 lb)
   
Eurofighter
Wikipedia
Flight Global
RAF
Aviastar
Airwar

 

 

Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon T

2002
 
Aircraft on photo: Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon T1
 
Data for: Eurofighter EF-2000 Typhoon T1  
Manufacturer:
Eurofighter GmbH, European Union
Max speed:
2.391 km/h
(1.485 mph)   
Length:
Type: fighter-trainer
Range: 2.500 km
(1.553 mi)
Span:
Description: Eurofighter combat capable trainer version  Ferry range: NA

Height:
First flight: 2002 Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
Crew: 2  Climb rate: NA

Number built:
16 m     
(52 ft 5 in)
10,95 m
(35 ft 11 in)
5,28 m
(17 ft 4 in)
23.000 kg  
(50.705 lb)
300  (total,
Oct 2011)
Engines:              2 × Eurojet EJ200 afterburning turbofans
 
  
Thrust:    2 x 60 kN (2 x 13.000 lbf) dry thrust
                          
  2 x 90 kN (2 x 20.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 27 mm (1 x 1.063 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 13 (8 x under wings, 5 x under fuselage)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 7.500 kg (16.500 lb)
   
 
More info / sources:
Deagel
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Eurofighter Typhoon 2020

2015
 
Aircraft on picture: Eurofighter Typhoon 2020                                                               Photo source: Eurofighter.com
 
   
Manufacturer:
Eurofighter GmbH, European Union
Max speed:
Mach 2
       
Length:
Type: multirole fighter
Range: NA

Span:
Description: Eurofighter with enhanced engine performance  Ferry range: NA

Height:

(more thrust, improved range and flight envelope), Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
  conformal fuel tanks, stealth meassures, updated  Climb rate: NA

Number built:
  avionics, new radar, thrust vectoring, improved mass First flight: 2015 (est.)
  
Crew:
15,96 m     
(52 ft 4 in)
10,95 m
(35 ft 11 in)
5,28 m
(17 ft 4 in)
NA 

in develop ment
1
 
Engines:           
2 × Eurojet afterburning turbofans
                                                                
More info / sources:  
Thrust:    NA
                          
Armament: NA
   
Eurofighter
Wikipedia
Eurofighter

 

 

EADS Mako (mock up)

2006
EADS Mako  
Aircraft on picture: EADS Mako (mock up)                                                                  Photo source: Militaryphotos.net  
   
Manufacturer:
EADS Military Aircraft, European Union 
Max speed:
1.600 km/h
(995 mph)   
Length:
Type:
light fighter / fighter-trainer
Combat range: 1.300 km
(800 mi)
Span:
Description:
EADS proposition for Eurotrainer program  Ferry range:
3.700 km
(2.300 mi)
Height:
  which lost against Aermachi M-346 Ceiling: 15.240 m
(50.000 ft)
Max weight:
Canceled: 2006 Climb rate: NA
 
Number built:
Crew: 2        
13,75 m     
(45 ft 1 in)
8,25 m
(27 ft 1 in)
4,5 m
(14 ft 9 in)
13.000 kg 
(28.660 lb)
1 mock up  

 
Engine:               1 × General Electric F414M turbofan engine
 
  
Thrust:    1 x 55,6 kN (1 x 12.500 lbf) dry thrust
                          
  1 x 75 kN (1 x 16.850 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 27 mm (1 x 1.063 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 7    
  Hardpoints capacity: 4.500 kg (9.920 lb)
   
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Airforce Technology
Military Photos
Wikipedia
 

 

 
   
   

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