Fighter aircraft

Here you can find a list of the main fighters currently being used by several Armed Forces. The data you can find in the table below should be used as a reference, for quick consultation, it does not cover the subject extensively. Here you can also find information about the main fighters that were used during World War II, known as “warbirds”, the emblems, insignias and images of the cockpits of these fantastic war Machines, as well as the links to the official sites belonging to some of the main Armed Forces:


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Aircraft
Origin
Dimensions (m)
S x L x H

Weapons
Load
(Kg)

Weight
(Kg)
Speed
(Km/h)
Range
(Km)
Engines /
Power(KN)
A-1 / AMX
Brazil / Italy
8,9 x 13,6 x 4,5
3.800
13.000
914
3.330
01 RR Spey RB168
49

EF 2000 Typhoon

Europe
(1)
10,5 x 14,5 x 4,0
6.500
21.000
2.125
3.700
02 Eurojet EJ200
90
F-CK-1 Ching Kuo
Taiwan
8,5 x 14,5 x 4,0
3.900
9.525
1.275
1.100
02 ITEC 1042
42
F- 5E Tiger II
USA
8,1 x 14,4 x 4,0
3.175
11.180
1.725
3.720
02 GE-21 J85
22,2
F-14D Tomcat
USA
11,6 x 19,1 x 4,9
6.575
33.720
1.997
2.965
02 GE F110-400
102,7
F-15E Strike Eagle
USA
13,0 x 19,4 x 5,6
10.400
36.740
3.000
3.900
02 P&W F100-229
130
F-16C Falcon
USA
9,5 x 15,0 x 5,0
9.270
19.180
2.125
3.890
01 GE F110-100
122,7
F-18E Super Hornet
USA
12,7 x 18,3 x 4,8
8.000
29.930
1.915
3.700
02 GE F414-400
98
F- 22A Raptor
USA
13,6 x 18,9 x 5,0
9.000
27.215
2.230
3.220
02 P&W F119-100
156
F- 35A Lightning II
USA
10,7 x 15,6 x 4,3
8.100
22.680
1.960
2.600
01 P&W F135
191
F-117A Night Hawk
USA
13,2 x 20,0 x 3,8
2.260
23.810
1.225
4.000
02 GE F404-F1D2
48
Gripen E
Sweden
8.6 x 14,1 x 4,5
7.200
16.500
2.450
4.000
01 GE F-414G
98
Harrier GR.9
United
Kingdom
9,2 x 14,3 x 3,5
4.170
14.060
1.060
3.890
01 Pegasus Mk106
96,7
J-10A "Firebird"
China
9,7 x 15,5 x 5,4
7.000
19.270
2.320
1.850
01 Saturn AL-31FN
125
J-20 "Black Eagle"
China
(2)
13,5 x 20,4 x 4,5
6.000
36.200
2.100
2.000
02 Xian WS-15
140
JF-17 Thunder
Pakistan / China
9,5 x 14,9 x 4,7
4.325
13.490
1.960
3.480
01 Klimov RD-93
85
MiG-21 "Fishbed"
Russia
7,1 x 15,7 x 4,1
2.000
9.800
2.175
1.800
01 Soyuz R25-300
70
MiG-23 "Flogger"
Russia

7,7 x 15,6 x 4,8

3.000

18.850

1.900

1.350

01 Soyuz R29B-300
110

MiG-25 "Foxbat"
Russia
14,0 x 23,8 x 6,1
4.000
36.700
3.000
1.730
02 Soyuz R15BD-300
110
MiG-29 "Fulcrum"
Russia
11,4 x 17,3 x 4,7
5.500
22.400
2.445
3.200
02 Klimov RD33K
92,2
Mirage III
France
8,2 x 15,0 x 4,5
4.000
13.700
2.350
4.000
01 Snecma Atar 9C
60,8
Mirage 2000-5
France
9,1 x 14,4 x 5,2
6.300
17.000
2.330
3.330
01 Snecma M53P20
98
Rafale C
France
10,9 x 15,3 x 5,0
8.000
21.500
2.125
3.125
02 Snecma M88-3
87
Su-35 "Flanker"
Russia
15,1 x 22,1 x 6,8
8.000
34.000
2.500
4.200
02 Saturn AL-41F1S
142
Sukhoi Su-57
Russia
(2)
14,8 x 22 x 5,4
6.000
37.000
2.440
5.500
02 Saturn AL-41F1
147
Tornado IDS
Europe
(3)
13,9 x 16,7 x 5,9
9.000
27.980
2.330
3.800
02 RB 199-34R
73,5
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Notes:
> Dimensions: S = wingspan / L = length / H = height
> Maximum take-off weight, with weapons and external fuel tanks.
> Maximum range, without weapons, with external fuel tanks.
> Engine power unit.(maximum)
> (1) EF 2000 (Eurofighter/Typhoon): joint project United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Spain.
> (2) Projects in development, with estimated technical data.
> (3) Tornado: joint project United Kingdom, Italy e Germany.
> The names of the Russian fighters refer to their name by NATO
> n.a. = not available
> Attention: click on the underlined aircrafts in the table above to access a more detailed description.


Conversions
:
> Mach = 1.236 km/h or 0,77 mph (at sea level)
> 1 Km = 0,62 miles
> 1 m = 3,2 feet
> 1 Kg = 2,2 lb
> 1 Km/h = 0,62 mph





Fighter aircraft of the World War II - The Warbirds




Aircraft
Origin
Dimensions (m)
S x L x H
Weight
(Kg)
Speed
(Km/h)
Range
(Km)
Engines /
Power(hp)
Dewoatine D.520 S
France
10,2 x 8,6 x 2,6
2.675
535
890
Hispano-Suiza 12Y-45
935
F- 6F Hellcat
USA
13,1 x 10,2 x 4,0
6.990
620
1.675
P&W R2800
2.000

Focke Wulf 190 A- 8

Germany
10,5 x 8,8 x 3,9
4.900
650
800
BMW 801D
2.000
Hawker Hurricane Mk.II
United
Kingdom
12,2 x 9,7 x 4,0
3.675
540
1.480
RR Merlin XX V-12
1.280
Ilyushin II- 2
Russia
14,6 x 11,6 x 3,4
5.870
430
600
Mikulin AM38F
1.720
JU 87D Stuka
Germany
13,8 x 11,5 x 3,9
6.600
410
1.535
Jumo 211J
1.410
Kawasaki Ki- 61 Hien
Japan
12,0 x 8,9 x 3,7
3.470
590
580
Kawasaki Ha-140
1.180
MC 205 Folgore
Italy
10,6 x 8,8 x 3,0
3.010
595
765
Alfa Romeo RA1000
1.175
Me Bf 109 G- 6
Germany
9,9 x 9,0 x 2,6
3.400
690
1.000
D.Benz 605A V-12
1.455
Me 262 A-2
(1)
Germany
12,5 x 10,6 x 3,8
6.400
870
1.050
02 Jumo 004B
(2)
Mitsubishi A6M "Zero"
Japan
11,0 x 9,1 x 3,6
2.733
565
1.800
Nakajima NK1F
1.130
P- 38 Lightning
USA
15,8 x 11,5 x 3,0
9.790
665
765
02 Allison V-1710
1.600
P- 47D Thunderbolt
USA
12,4 x 11,0 x 4,3
9.390
697
3.000
P&W R-2800
2.535
P- 51D Mustang
USA
11,3 x 9,8 x 3,7
5.265
716
1.210
RR Merlin V-1650
1.590
Spitfire Mk.IX
United
Kingdom
11,2 x 9,4 x 3,8
4.310
655
700
RR Merlin 61 V-12
1.720
Yakovlev Yak-1
Russia
10,0 x 8,5 x 2,6
3.130
530
700
Klimov M-105
1.050
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Notes:
> Dimensions: S = wingspan / L = lenght / h = height
> Maximum take-off weight, with weapons.
> (1) First jet fighter of the world
> (2) Two jet engines, with 8,83 KN each one


Conversions:
> Mach = 1.236 km/h or 0,77 mph (at sea level)
> 1 Km = 0,62 miles
> 1 m = 3,2 feet
> 1 Kg = 2,2 lb
> 1 Km/h = 0,62 mph





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