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Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« on: December 27, 2010, 10:17:41 AM »

 
---------------------------{ I L 2 + M O D S  = L I S T  O F  A I R P L A N E S }  

This Airplane List has been updated in MARCH, 2013

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What is flying right now in the IL-2-1946 ...with the Mods installed ?
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Here is a list of what you can see and fly in at the moment.
More names will be added to the list as soon as the aircraft arrive to your game hanger.
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Please note that some airplanes are still in phases of being finished (W.I.P./Alpha/Beta) or re-worked  to be
even better and some others have not been available for download due to the creators decision to not do so at
this moment.
We will have to wait until another version is made available.
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Please be patient, all of your dreams and dream-machines will come true one day soon.
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Many airplanes have been flying and tested in versions of the IL-2-1946 with mods… 
Ultrapack... DBW (DarkBlueWorld)...  DBW-1916 (the WW1 game version)...  HistoryMod ... SAS ModAct ...
... JetWar, etc. etc.
Although some aircraft may not fly. You must test them for the game versions you are using.
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NOTE - these airplanes will not fly in the normal game version of the IL-2-1946.
You must  have the special mods-packages installed. . . over the original IL-2-1946 game --.
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Please DO NOT ASK HERE where you can download them.
You will find in this forum has sections to download these airplanes and their available Skins.
There is a search engine that you can use by typing in the name of the airplane.
Note also that some aircraft mods may not be available here - you may have to search in other forums to
download them.
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This airplane list is NOT finished (yet).
ALL Names posted below are from the airplanes game air.ini file and are the names that should belong on
the "Skin-Folder" for that particular aircraft, unless the airplane has been re-worked and the name changed again
to another name. You will to find that by yourself.
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I have tried to put these in Alphabetical order
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0 YB-49 (Northrop jet-powered heavy bomber Flying-wing –Mod frankenplane for now)
A-1H  (Douglas Skyraider)
A-1H_Tanker
A-1J
A-7A  (Vought A-7 Corsair II)           
A-7B                 
A-7D             
A-7E
A-20 (Boston MkIII )
A-20 (Boston MkIII-S )
A-20C
A-20C_RKKA_E_NW
A-20C_RKKA_NW
A-20DB7 (Boston MK.II)
A-20G
A-20G_RKKA
A-20G_RKKA_NW
A-20G_RKKF
A-20G1
A-20Gussr
A-20H
A-20 H rockets
A-20N
A-24B_Banshee
A-26    (Douglas A-26 Invader)
A-26 B
A-26 C
A-26 K
A5M4  (WW2 Japan fighter - Allied codename Claude)
A6M-11 (WW2 Japan Navy fighter - Allied codename Zero/Zeke)
A6M2    (WW2 Japan fighter - Allied codename Zero/Zeke)
A6M2K - Zero trainer
A6M-21
A6M-21Late
A6M-21LateFM
A6M-21LateRFM
A6M-21RFM
A6M-22
A6M2-21
A6M2-21_FB
A6M2-21_Late
A6M2-21_Late_FieldMod
A6M-22Kai
A6M-22-Ko
A6M-22-KoRFM
A6M-22RFM
A6M2-N (Rufe - Zero Seaplane)
A6M3
A6M-32
A6M3-22 Kai - with 30mm Type-2 cannons
A6M-32FM
A6M-32RFM
A6M3-32
A6M3-32kai
A6M3a-22ko
A6M5    (WW2 Japan fighter - Allied codename Zero/Zeke)
A6M-52
A6M-52Early
A6M-52-Hei
A6M-52-Ko
A6M-52NF
A6M-52-Otsu
A6M-54
A6M5a
A6M5b
A6M5c
A6M5Kamikaze  (Special mod for Kamikazi missions)
A6M6
A6M-62
A6M-63
A6M6-53
A6M7_Model62
A6M7_Model63
A6M8
A6M-N
A6M-NLate
Aero_A101  (Papagayo-biplane-1937)
AC-47  (Douglas - Spooky gunship)
AC-47 (New 2013 - 3d upgrade - Douglas Spooky gunship)
AD-4
AH1  (Cobra Helicopter)
Albatros D.III  (WW1 German fighter)
Albatros D.Va  (WW1 German fighter)
AirCobra1  (Bell Aircobra 1 WW2 fighter)
AEG C.IV      (WW1 German bomber)
AEG C.IV-N  (WW1 German bomber)
AN_2
Ar-196A-3
Ar-196T0
Ar-234B-2    (Blitz - German jet bomber)
Ar-234B-2NJ  (Blitz - Nightfighter with Radar antennas+heavy guns)
Ar-234C-2  (Blitz - Special 4 jet-engines)
AS-TBR   (1950s/60s 'what if' antisub/ship/attack turbo prop)
Autogyro  (also known as gyroplane, gyrocopter, or rotaplane)
AT-802 (Air Tractor 2008 Modern crop-duster+fighter)
AvengerMkIII
Aviatik   (WW1 German aircraft)
Avia B-135  (WW2 fighter)
AviaB534
AviaB534R
AviaBk534
Avia Bk-534 (Naval version with hook)
AviaBk534Sea
AviaS199  (Named Mezek/Mule)
Avia B-71  (Ww2 medium bomber)
B-17D (WW2 Flying Fortress)
B-17E
B-17F
B-17G
B-17Gmod
B-17J
B-239 (WW2 Brewster Buffalo)
B-24D   (Liberator - WW2 bomber)
B-24D   (Liberator GR.V rocket armed)
B-24J
B-24J-100-CF
B-24GRV
B-25A  (WW2 Mitchell bomber/attack)
B-25A_Late
B-25B
B-25B_Raiders
B-25C_RKKA
B-25C-25NA
B-25Civil
B-25D_RKKA
B-25D-20NC
B-25D-5NC
B-25G-1NA
B-25H-1NA
B-25J_RKKA
B-25J-15NA
B-25J-1NA
B-25J-22NA
B-25TS
B-25TSstub
B-25 Smuggler (Special VIP passenger carrying aircraft)
B-25 Stubbs     (Special VIP passenger carrying aircraft)
B-26B (WW2 Marauder )
B-26C
B-26K
B-29   (WW2 USA bomber - Superfortress)
B-29-SP   (Silver Plate- Special Atomic bomb bomber)
B-29 F-13 / RB-29   (High-altitude Recon/Spy plane  version)
B-29 KJ-1   (KongJing-1 Airborne Early Warning [AEW] system)
B47    (Boeing Stratojet – Mod frankenplane)
B-52   (Boeing Stratofortress – Mod frankenplane)
B4Y-1   (WW2 Japan - Allied codename Jean)
B5N2  (WW2 Japan - Allied codename Kate)
B6N2
Ba65A80ArconeL  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14ArconeL  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65A80TurretM  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14TurretM  (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65A80Monoplace   (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14Monoplace   (Breda Italian Aircraft)
Ba65K14BiplaceEarly (Breda Italian Aircraft)
B.E.2C        (WW1 allied recon/bomber fighter)
BeaufighterMk21
BeaufighterMkI
BeaufighterMkIF
BeaufighterMkX
Bell47    (Helicopter)
Bell47AI    (Helicopter)
Bf-109B-1   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – B = Berta)
Bf-109B-2
BF-109C1  (German WW2 fighter aircraft – C = Clara/Caesar)
Bf-109D-1  (German WW2 fighter aircraft – D = Dora)
Bf-109D-1Late
Bf-109E-1   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – E = Emil)
Bf-109E-1/B
Bf-109E-1_Early
Bf-109E-3
Bf-109E-3/B
Bf-109E-3FR
Bf-109E-4
Bf-109E-4/B
Bf-109E-4_BoB
Bf-109E-4_Trop
Bf-109E-4N
Bf-109E-5
Bf-109E-5/Trop
Bf-109E-6
Bf-109E-6/Trop
Bf-109E-7
Bf-109E-7N
Bf-109E-7N_Trop
Bf-109E-7Z
Bf-109F-0   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – F=Franz/Friedrich)
Bf-109F-1
Bf-109F-1NW
Bf-109F-2
Bf-109F-2/B
Bf-109F-2/B_Trop
Bf-109F-2_Trop
Bf-109F-2_U1_DZZMod
Bf-109F-2B
BF-109F2orig
Bf-109F-2trop
Bf-109F-2U
Bf-109F-3
Bf-109F-4
Bf-109F-4/B
Bf-109F-4/B_Trop
Bf-109F-4/R1
BF-109F-4_1.3A
Bf-109F-4_Trop
Bf-109F-4B
Bf-109F-4MSTL
Bf-109F-4trop
Bf-109F-4Z
Bf-109F-5
Bf-109F-5_DZZMod
Bf-109F-6
Bf-109F-6_DZZMod
Bf-109G-1   (German WW2 fighter aircraft – G=Gustav)
Bf-109G-10
Bf-109G-10_DZZMod
Bf-109G-10_Erla
Bf-109G-10_Erla2
Bf-109G-10_ErlaC3_45
Bf-109G-10C3
Bf-109G-10early
Bf-109G-10MG
Bf-109G-14
Bf-109G-14AS
Bf-109G-14early
Bf-109G-14MG
Bf-109G-2
Bf-109G-2/R6
BF-109G-2_1.3ATA
Bf-109G-2_Early
Bf-109G-2_Late
Bf-109G-2_Trop
Bf-109G-2T
Bf-109G-3
Bf-109G-4
Bf-109G-4/R6
Bf-109G-4_Trop
Bf-109G-4T
Bf-109G-5
Bf-109G-5AS
Bf-109G-6
Bf-109G-6/R6
BF-109G-6_1.3ATA
Bf-109G-6_Erla
Bf-109G-6_Erla
Bf-109G-6_Late
Bf-109G-6_Mid
Bf-109G-6_Trop
Bf-109G-6AS
Bf-109G-6ASN
Bf-109G-6Late/R6
Bf-109G-6T
Bf-109G-8
Bf-109G-8_DZZMod
Bf-109K-14 (German WW2 fighter aircraft – K=Kurfurst)
Bf-109K-4
Bf-109K-4C3
Bf-109K-6
Bf-109T    (German Navy Carrier Bf-109 version)
Bf-109T-1 (German Navy Carrier Bf-109 version)
Bf-109T-2 (German Navy Carrier Bf-109 version)
Bf-109Z   (Bf-109 Twin fuselage fighter)
Bf-110C-1 (Messerschmitt fighter-bomber Zerstorer - earlier DB601 Engine,  MgFF cannons)
Bf-110C-4  (Zerstorer, upgraded crew armor)
Bf-110C-4B ( based on C-4, upgraded DB 601 Ba engines)
Bf-110C-7 (Version of the C-4 with upgraded DB601P engines)
Bf-110D-3 (Long-range Zerstorer)
Bf-110E-1 (More armor is added + to carry more ordinance into battle)
Bf-110F-2  (described at the best of the 110 of WW2)
Bf-110G-2 (Often used against Allied heavy bombers)
BF-110-G4
BF-110-G4NJ (Nigh fighter, FuG 202/220 Lichtenstein radar)
Bf-110G-4R3
BI-1   (WW2 Soviet rocket plane)
BI-6   (WW2 Soviet rocket plane)
BlenheimMkI
BlenheimMkIF
BlenheimMkIV
BlenheimMkIVF
BlenheimS1 - Blenheim Sarja I - "Talvisota"
Bleriot    (Bleriot/Moranne-1915-Mod)
Bleriot2  (Bleriot/Moranne-1915-Mod)
Breda65
Breguet_19LV - Breguet 19 Elizade (Vickers K), 1935
Breguet_19L -Breguet 19 Lorraine, 1922
Breguet_19H - Breguet 19 Hispano, 1930
Breguet_19HV - Breguet 19 Hispano (VickersK) 1935
Bulldog_II - Bristol Bulldog Skis
Bulldog_IVa - Bristol Bulldog Skis
Bu_181 (Bucker Bestmann)
Bü-181 & Gomhouria Mk.6
BuffaloMkI
C-47 (Douglas Skytrain/Dakota – WW2 transport)
C-47A
C-47B
C-47D
C-47Export
C-47FlareShip
C-54   (Douglas Skymaster – Transport -Mod frankenplane)
Ca.114  (Caproni biplane)
Ca.114 - Italian Peruvian - Ca.114
C-130P
Camel   (Sopwith Camel -1917)
CamelSturm
CameraShip
CANT Z 501 (Gabbiano/Gull)
Cant-Z506B  - Seaplane
CANT 1007 (Alcione/Kingfisher)
CANT 1007t
Cant Z 1007bis - Series IV to IX
Chan-28-I
CaproniCA31 (WW1 Italian bomber)
CaproniCA32 (WW1 Italian bomber)
CaproniCA31_350hp (WW1 Italian bomber)
CaproniCA33 (WW1 Italian bomber)
Caudron C.714 - b1 (WW2 French Fighter – old version)
Caudron-CR-714 (WW2 French Fighter – new version)
CorsairMkI
CorsairMkII
CorsairMkIV
CR_42 (Italian fighter - Falco)
CR_42BA
CR32
CR-32quater
CR-32  (Aviaskin's CR-32 – new version)
Criquet (French version Fi-156)
CriquetA
CriquetS
CW-21 (Curtiss-Wright-Interceptor/Demon)
D3A1 (Val)
D3A2
D4Y1
D4Y2
D371 - Dewoitine D.371, 1936
D372 - Dewoitine D.372, 1936
D510 - Dewoitine 501-510  Fighter
D510T - Dewoitine 501-510
D510TH  - Dewoitine 501-510   
D510THM100 - Dewoitine 501-510
D570
DB-2EX
DB-3b (Ilyushin-bomber)
DB-3F
DB-3M
DB-3T
DC-3B-Airliner  (Classic Passenger carrying version)
DeHev
DeHev1
DeHev2
DeHev4
Dh-89a (Dragon-Rapide)
DH.9 (WW1 allied airplane)

Delfin  - Grumman GE-23 Delfin, 1936
Dirigibile_M – (WW1 Allied Flyable medium Zeppelin)
FF1  - Grumman FF1, 1933
Do-17 Z  (Dornier – WW2 German bomber)
Do-217K-1 (WW2 German bomber  - Fliegender-Bleistift/Flying Pencil)
Do-217K-1 (Ultimate mod version)
Do-217K-2
Do-335A-0 (WW2 German Heavy fighter – Pfeil - Arrow)
Do-335V-13
Do-335 A-6  -(2 seater German Night-Fighter with radar)
Durand_Yak-9T
DXXI_DK
DXXI_DU
DXXI_SARJA3_EARLY
DXXI_SARJA3_LATE
DXXI_SARJA4
EC2V_Neptune (Early beta version)
ETF-51D_Navy

FFR-41MR RAM-AIR - (Fictional Futuristic  Jet Fighter)
F2A-2 (Buffalo)

F-4B (Phantom II, 1960)
F-4D (Phantom II, 1966)
F-4E (Phantom II, 1967)
F-4J (Phantom II, 1967)
F4F-3 (Wildcat)
F4F-4
F4F-5
F4U-1 (Corsair)
F4U-1A
F4U-1C
F4U-1D
F4U-2
F4U-4
F4U-4B
F4U-5
F4U-5N (Corsair with wing Radar)
F4U-5N
F-8A    (Vought F-8 Crusader )     
F-8E
RF-8A
F-5  (Northrop - Freedom Fighter)
F-5A/E
F51
F51_Cavalier
F51_COIN
F51_Pulsejet
F51_Ramjet
F51_Seahorse
F51_Seahorse_CType
F-51D
F-51D-30NA
F6C4Hawk
F6F-3 (Hellcat)
F6F-3_Early
F6F-3Mod
F6F-5
F6F-5N - Nightfighter
F6F-6
F-80A
F-80C
F-80C
F-80N
F84F1_Thunderstreak
F84G1_ThunderJet
F84G1-ThunderJet
F84G2_ThunderJet
F84G3_ThunderJet
F84G3-ThunderJet
F-86A_Sabre
F-86A_Sabre
F-86A5
F-86-A5
F-86C
F-86E10
F-86F_Sabre
F-86-F1
F-86F25E
F-86F25L
F-86F30
F-86-F30
F-86F40
F-86J
F-86K
F-100D (Super Sabre)
F8F-2 (Bearcat)
F9F2_Panther (Panther)
F9F2_Panther
F9F Cougar - Carrier/Navy Jet
Fabian_Bf-109G-10
FaireyBattle
FaireyFulmar
Fi-103_V1 (V1-manned-Rocket)
Fi-103R-IV
Fi-156 (Storch)
Fi-156Alone
Fi-156NoAmmo
Fi-156W-3 (Storch seaplane)
Fiat G.50 bis A - 4x12.7mm guns, 2x100kg bombs (Historical)
Fiat G.50 bis AN - Naval version with arresting hook
Fiat G.50BN - Recon/Trainer 2 seater - Naval version w/hook
Fiat CR20 for Chaco War - Biplane
Fiat G.55m - Marina version - Naval version with Hook
Fiat-G55_late_MOD
Fiat-G55_MOD
Fiat-G56 (Centauro)
FJ3M_Fury
FM-1_GM
FM-2
FM-2_GM
FM2B
FM-2-late
Fokker
FokkerCX (1935 biplane)
Fokker-D (FokkerDr1-1917-Mod Frankenplane)
Fokker_DR1  (WW1 German fighter)
Fokker D.VI  (WW1 German fighter)
Fokker DVII - (WW1 German fighter)
Fokker DVIIF  -(WW1 German fighter)
Fokker D.VIII  -(WW1 German fighter)
Fokker-E (Fokker EIII-1915-Mod Grankenplane)
Fokker E.III (WW1 German fighter)
FokkerG1
Friedrichshafen G.III – (WW1 German Bomber)
FolgoreS
FulmarMkI
Fury_S  (1936)
Fw-189A-2 (Uhu-Recon-plane)
Fw-189Scout
Fw_190_A4T
Fw_190_D13T
Fw_190_F9T
FW_190D-9L_orig
FW_190D9orig
Fw-190A-2
Fw-190A-3
Fw-190A-3Sani
Fw-190A-3Sani1
Fw-190a4
Fw-190a4
Fw-190A-4
FW-190A-4_1.42ATA
Fw-190a5
Fw-190A-5
Fw-190a5165ata
Fw-190A-5165ATA
Fw-190A-5U14
Fw-190a6
Fw-190A-6
FW-190A-6orig
Fw-190A-7
Fw-190A-7N
Fw-190A-7STURM
Fw-190A-8
FW-190A-8_1.65ATA
Fw-190A-8Mistel
Fw-190A-8N
Fw-190A-9
FW-190A-9_1.65ATA
Fw-190A-9N
Fw-190D-11
Fw-190D-13
Fw-190D-14
Fw-190D-15
Fw-190D-9
Fw-190D-9_DZZMod
Fw-190D-9_Late
Fw-190D-9_Late_DZZMod
FW190D9early
Fw-190D-9early
FW190D9r5
Fw-190F-1
Fw-190F-1
Fw-190F-2
Fw-190F-2
Fw-190F-3
Fw-190F-3
Fw-190F-8
Fw-190F-8/PB
Fw-190F-8_DZZMod
Fw-190F-8_Late
Fw-190F-8U1
Fw-190F-9
Fw-190F-9/PB
Fw-190G-1
Fw-190G-1
Fw-190G-2
Fw-190G-2
Fw-190G-3
Fw-190G-3
Fw-190G-8
FW-200C-3U4  (Condor - WW2 German Transport+Bomber+Recon)
G_50 (Freccia)
G-11 (WW2 Assault Glider)
G4M1_11
G4M2A-24ko (Japan WW2 - Allied codename Betty)
G4M2E   (Japan WW2 - Allied codename Betty)
G-55
G-55_ss0
G-55_ss0-Late
G-55-Late
Gamma2A5B  (Grumman Gamma 5B, 1936)
GL32    (Gourdou Lesseure GL-32) 
GL633  (Gourdou Lesseure Gl-633)
GL450  (Gourdou Lesseure GL-450)
Gladiator_EX
GladiatorMkI
GladiatorMkII
Gloster  Meteor F3  (Early RAF Jet fighter)     
Gloster Meteor F4   (Early RAF Jet fighter)     
Gloster Meteor F8   (Early RAF Jet fighter)   
Go-229A-1 (Horten Ho-229/Gotha Go-229 - German 1945 Flying wing fighter)
Go-229A-2
Go-229A-3
Go-229A-3NJ (2-Seater-Nightfighter with Radar antenna – new version)
Go-229NJ      (2-Seater-Nightfighter/Radar – new version)
Go-229 JetWar-1956  (Mod version - more weapons and faster)
Go-229 JetWar-1966  (Mod version - more weapons and faster)
Gomhouria-Mk6
Graf_Bf-109G-6
Gyroman (Man-with-small-helicopter)
H_75A2
H19D (Sikorsky Helicopter)
H19DAI (Sikorsky Helicopter)
HRS3  (Sikorsky Helicopter)
H75MO4
H8K1
Ha_1112_M1L - Hispano Aviación HA-1112-M1L Buchon
HalifaxBMkIII
Hanebu – (Fictional WW2 German Flying Saucer - Extremelly rare to see)
Hans_Rudels_Ju-87G-2
Hansa-5
Hansa-7
Hartmann_Bf-109G-6
Hawk75A-2
Hawk75A-3
Hawk75A-4
Hawk75H
Hawk81A-2
Hawk81A-2FB
Hawk-III - 1930s naval airplane
He 111 H-1 (Heinkel He-111 –WW2 German fast medium bomber)
He 111 H-2 (Version fitted with improved armament)
He 111 H-2N
He 111 H-3 (Similar to H-2, but with Jumo 211 A-3 engines)
He 111 H-6  (Torpedo bomber, could carry two LT F5b torpedoes externally)
He 111 H-6 rearm
He 111 H-6 torp
He 111 H-6T
He-111H-12  (Modified to carry Hs 293A missiles)
He-111H-16  (Fitted with Jumo 211 F-2 engines and increased defensive armament)
He 111 H-16 rearm
He-111H-20  (Aircraft feature power-operated dorsal turrets)
He 111 H-20 with Jumo-213
He-111H-21 (Version  with Jumo 213 E-1 engines)
He-111P-2  (Had FuG 10 radio in place of FuG IIIaU. Armament increased to 5 MG 15)
He-111P-2 Field Mod
He-111P-4  (Fitted with extra armour, three extra MG 15s + more bomber racks)
He-111Z  (Two He 111 airframes coupled together)
He-162A-1 (Heinkel Volksjager  "People's Fighter" – German WW2 jet fighter)
He-162A-2  (Armed with 2 × 20 mm MG 151/20 cannons)
He-162B (German LUFT-1946 – with anhedral wingtip extensions better jet)
He-162C  (LUFT-1946 - upgrade swept-back, anhedraled gull wing, and new V-tail)
He-162D (LUFT-1946 – upgrade similar to C-series but with a dihedraled forward-swept wing)
He-219Uhu (German WW2 heavy night-fighter - old mod version 3 )
He-219Uhu  (German WW2 heavy night-fighter - mod version 5 )
He-280 (Heinkel - First turbojet-powered fighter aircraft – Prototype 1940 )
He45  (Heinkel – German light bomber - 1931)
He46C1 "La Pava"
He51C-1  (German single-seat biplane – 1935)
He51CN
He-60  (German single-engined biplane reconnaissance seaplane – 1933-1943)
He-L-IIIB2 (Heinkel Lerche “Lark” - German revolutionary VTOL fighter – LUFT-1946)
Hellcat Mk.I
Hellcat Mk.II.
Hellcat Mk.III
Hellcat Mk.Ib (Cannon)
Heppes_Bf-109G-6
Hispano_E30  (1930 trainer)
Hispano_E30T   (1930 trainer)
HRS3 (Helicopter)
HRS3AI (Helicopter)
Hs-123
Hs-123A-1
Hs-123B-1
Hs-129B-2
Hs-129B-3/Wa
Hurri-BomberMkIIc
Hurri-BomberMkIIcTrop
HurricaneEx
HurricaneMkI
HurricaneMkI_BoB
HurricaneMkIa12lbs
HurricaneMkIa12lbsT
HurricaneMkIaT
HurricaneMkIb
HurricaneMkIbT
HurricaneMkIearly
HurricaneMkIearly
HurricaneMkIIa
HurricaneMkIIb
HurricaneMkIIb_DZZMod
HurricaneMkIIbB
HurricaneMkIIbMod
HurricaneMkIIbMod_DZZMod
HurricaneMkIIbT
HurricaneMkIIc
HurricaneMkIIc_DZZMod
HurricaneMkIIcB
HurricaneMkIIcT
HurricaneMkIId
HurricaneMkIIHercules - Hurricane MkII "Hercules"
HurricaneMkILate
HurricaneMkIV
Hurri-IIc_SansGuns

I_16TYPE5NAVI
I-15_m22
I-15_m25
I-152
I-153_2BS
I-153_2SHKAS_BS
I-153_Early
I-153_fin
I-153etalon38
I-153etalon39
I-153M62
I-153N_Float
I-153P
I-15bis
I-15bis_Skis
I-16type10
I-16type10WC
I-16type12
I-16type17
I-16type18
I-16type18-BS
I-16type24
I-16type24
I-16type24_SPB
I-16type24orig
I-16type27
I-16type28
I-16type29
I-16type5
I-16type5_Skis
I-16type5_SPB
I-16type6
I-16type6_Skis
I-180
I-185M-71
I-185M-82A
I-250
IAR80
IAR80B
IAR80C
IAR80early
IAR80M
IAR81a
IAR81c
IAR81Cnew
ICR.42_Indrovolante
IL_2_43_Sh
IL_2_43_VJ
IL_2_NS37
Il-10
Il-2_1940_Early
Il-2_1940_Late
Il-2_1941_Early
Il-2_1941_Late
Il-2_1941_Late_DZZMod
Il-2_1941_Late_DZZMod
IL-2 - 1941 Field Mod w/ Playable Gunner
Il-2_3
Il-2_M3
Il-2I
Il-2I_DZZMod
Il-2M_Early
Il-2M_Late
Il-2T
Il-2T_DZZMod
Il-4
Il-4_Late
J1N1_S (Japan Nakajima 2-engine WW2 fighter version – Allied name IRVING)
 J1N1-Sa  (Japan Nakajima 2-engine WW2 Night-fighter version – Allied name IRVING)
J2M3 (Japan Mitsubishi Raiden "Thunderbolt"  - Allied name JACK)
J2M3_mod 
J2M3-21
J2M5
J2M5_kai
J2M5_kai_AI
J2M5_mod
J2M5-33
J4M1 (WW2 “Flashing Lighting” rear-propeller  powered fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M2-A  (WW2 Jet powered fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M4  (WW2 fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M4-S  (WW2 Night-fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M5 (WW2 fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J4M5-S (WW2 Night-fighter-bomber – Japan-1946)
J7W1 (Shinden – WW2 Prototype Rear-Propeller  fighter airplane – Japan-1946)
J7W1mod (Shinden field mod – 20mm or 30mm or 40mm armed variants Japan-1946)
J7W1_II (Shinden-Otsu - turbine engine w/ Contra-Rotating Propellers+heavy guns -Japan-46)
J7W2 (Shinden – WW2 Jet fighter version– Japan-1946 )
J7M3 (WW2 carrier-borne version– Japan-1946 )
J8A  (Gloster Gladiator MkII J8A version WW2 fighter)
J8M1 (WW2 Japanese version of Messerschmitt Komet)
Jeep  (Driveable Vehicle-Allied-Car)
JeepGunner  ( Driveable Vehicle – with machine gunner)
Jetman  (Flying Man-with-a-backpack-Rocket !!! --- only for version DBW 4.09 )
Ju-52/3mg3e (German transport – nicknamed Aunt Ju)
Ju-52/3mg4e  (German Military version, tailskid was replaced by a tail wheel)
Ju-52/3mg5e (could be fitted with interchangeable float, ski and wheel landing)
Ju-52 Transport
Ju-87B-1 (Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka – German WW2 dive bomber)
Ju-87B-2
Ju-87B-2m
Ju-87C
Ju-87D-1
Ju-87D-3
Ju-87D-3
Ju-87D-3j
Ju-87D-5
Ju-87D-5j
Ju-87D-7
Ju-87D-8
Ju-87G-1 (“Panzer-knacker” - armed with two 37mm anti-tank cannons )
Ju-87G-1
Ju-87G-2
Ju-87R-1
Ju-87R-2
Ju-87R-2_DZZMod
Ju-88A-4  (Junkers WW2  German 2-engines, multi-role aircraft)
Ju-88A-4/Torp
Ju-88A-4_Torp
 Ju-88A-17
Ju-88C-6 (the “Daywalker” Version – Day/Night Heavy fighter, reconnaissance variant)
Ju-88C-6NJ  (Night-Fighter version with radar antennas)
Ju-88_drone
Ju-88Mistel  (WW2 Luftwaffe composite aircraft)
Ju-88G-6  (NightFighter fitted with FuG220dSN-2 /or/FuG350 NaxosZ antennas+Schrage Musik)
Ju-188A (WW2 German high-performance medium bomber)
Ju-388K (WW2 German high-performance medium bomber)
JunkersF13 (First all-metal transport aircraft – 1920)
Jung-28-I
KB_29P
KB-50
Ki-100-I-K (WW2 Kawasaki Japan fighter Type 5 Fighter – No allied codename)
Ki-100-I-Otsu  (WW2 Japan  fighter - full-vision canopy)
Ki-201 (Nakajima Karyu “Fire dragon” – Japan version of Me-262 jet fighter)
Ki-202 (WW2 Japanese version of Messerschmitt Komet)
Ki-21-I (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Sally)
Ki-21-II
Ki-27-Ko (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Nate)
Ki-27-Otsu
Ki-30 (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Ann)
Ki-43-Ia (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Oscar)
Ki-43-Ia_DZZMod
Ki-43-Ib
Ki-43-Ib_DZZMod
Ki-43-Ic
Ki-43-Ic_DZZMod
Ki-43-II
Ki-43-II
Ki-43-II_DZZMod
Ki-43-III-Ko
Ki-43-II-Kai
Ki-43-II-Kai_DZZMod
Ki-44-II-Hei  (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Tojo)
Ki-44-II-Ko
Ki-44-II-Otsu
Ki-44-II-Otsu_Late
Ki-45 Hei
Ki-45  Tei
Ki-46-Otsu  (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Dinah)
Ki-46-Otsu-Hei
Ki-46-Recce
Ki-51 (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Sonia)
Ki-61-I-Hei  (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Tony)
Ki-61-I-Ko
Ki-61-I-Otsu
Ki-67 TYPE4 Peggy - (WW2 Japan Heavy Bomber HIRYu)
Ki-84-Ia (WW2 Japan fighter – Allied codename Frank)
Ki-84-Ib
Ki-84-Ic
Ki-98 (WW2 Japan Prototype airplane)
Ki-98-II (Japan-1946 - New turboprop version+ more weapons)
Ki-98-III (Japan-1946 - New turboprop version+ more weapons)
Ki-201 Karyu (WW2 Japan - Fire Dragon)
Kittybomber_Mk.III
Kittyhawk
KittyhawkMkIa
KittyhawkMKIII
Kojedubs_La-7
Koolhoven_FK51W (1937 biplane)
Koolhoven_FK51J (1938 biiplane)
Kong-Jiang-1
Kovacs_Bf-109G-6
Kubelwagen (Driveable Vehicle - German-Jeep)
L2D
L-5_Sentinel   (Stinson L-5 Sentinel – Recon airplane)
L-5_Sentinel_Float
 L-5_Amphibian (Lands on water or land version)
L-5A  (Sentinel - Arty Spotter )
L-72   (Stinson L-5 Sentinel with 3 wheels)
La-5  (Lavochkin La-5 Russian WW2 Fighter)
La-5F
La-5F_Early
La-5F_Late
La-5FN
La-5FN_Early
La-7 (Lavochkin La-7 Russian WW2 Fighter)
La-73xB20
LA_7NS23
La-9  (Russian WW2/Korean war fighter - new version -NATO name Fritz )
La_9 
La-9M   (Russian WW2/Korean war fighter - new version -NATO name Fritz )
La-11R (Russian/ Korean war fighter - new version -NATO name Fang)

LaGG-3IT  (Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov WW2 Russian fighter)
LaGG-3RD
LaGG-3series1
LaGG-3series11
LaGG-3series29
LaGG-3series35
LaGG-3series4
LaGG-3series66
LaGG-3series8
Lagg-5  (Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov WW2 Russian fighter)
Lancaster  (British WW2 Night bomber)
LeO-451 (Lioré-et-Olivier – WW2  French medium bomber)
Letov_S231  (1934 biplane fighter)
Li-2  (Lisunov WW2 Russian Transport - version of DC-3 - NATO name CAB)
Li-2M
Loire46  (Loire  1936 airplane)
L-39 C Albatros (Modern Jet fighter)
L-39N (Navy version Jet fighter)
L-159F “Petrel”  (Jet fighter)
L-159G “Petrel”  (Jet fighter)
Lockheed XFV Salmon (experimental 1950 USA fighter)
M33F
M33F-T
Macchi-5 (WW1 seaplane)
Macchi-7 (WW1 seaplane)
Magister
Martlet MkI  -( British Royal Navy version of F4F Wildcat)
Martlet MkII
MB-152 (Bloch MB.152 –WW2  France Fighter)
MBR-2  (Beriev MBR-2 – Russian reconnaissance flying boat)
MBR-2-AM-34
MC-200series1 (Saetta / Lightning – Italian WW2 fighter)
MC-200series1-Early  - Enclosed canopy
MC-200series3
MC-200series7
MC-200series7FB
MC-201  - MC-201 Prototype - Powered by new 1000 Hp Fiat A.76 Radial
MC-201
MC-200series1-Early
MC-202 (Folgore/Thunderbolt - Italian WW2 fighter)
MC-202_III
MC-202_VII
MC-202_XII
MC-202_XII_CB  ( Macchi C.202AS/CB Serie XII – WW2 Italian fighter-bomber)
MC-205_I (Veltro/Greyhound)
MC-205_III
MC-205_IIIS
MC-205_IIIV
Me-163B-1a  - (Komet – WW2 German Rocket fighter)
Me-210Ca-1
Me-210Ca-1ZSTR
Me-262A-1a (Schwalbe/Swallow- WW2 German Jet Fighter-bomber)
Me-262A-1aU4
Me-262A-2a
Me-262B-1a (2-Seater-Nightfighter/Radar - WW2 German Jet Fighter-bomber )
Me-262HG-II  (WW2 advanced German jet fighter- LUFT-1946)
Me-262V-3 (early German jet fighter prototype)
Me-262v4 - Tail sitter machinegun armed
Me-262C1-3  (“Heimatschützers”  - Rocket-propelled jet fighter)
Me-262 SB-1a  ("Schnellbomber Ia" - Luft-1946 German WW2 Jet bomber)
Me-262 C-3a - Rocket-propelled jet
Me-321 (Gigant – German WW2 cargo glider)
Me-323 (Gigant – German WW2 cargo carrier with propellers)
ME-410-A  (Hornisse -"Hornet"  German heavy fighter)
ME-410-B
ME-410-D
ME-410-DNJ (Hornisse -"Hornet"  German heavy night- fighter)
MKIB_Bomber (WW1-1916_Nomber-Mod)
Mi-8T 'Hip' (Russian Helicopter)
Mi-24V HIND-E (Russian attack Helicopter)

MiG-3  (Mikoyan-Gurevich Russian WW2 fighter)
MiG-3-2xShVAK
MiG-3-2xUB
MiG-3-AM-38
MiG-3U
MiG-3ud
MiG-3udfm
MiG-9FS   (Mikoyan-Gurevich - First Russian turbojet fighter  - NATO name FARGO)
MiG-9protoF-2
MiG_9_I_300   
 MiG-15 (Russian swept-wing jet fighter – NATO name FAGOT)
MiG-15(bis)
MiG-15(bis)late
MiG-15UTI  (Russian swept-wing jet Trainer – NATO name MIDGET)
MiG-17 (Russian high-subsonic fighter- NATO name  FRESCO)
MiG-17A
MiG-17AS
MiG-17F
MiG-17PF
MiG-19S (Russian  second-generation jet fighter – NATO name FARMER)
MiG-21 PF  (Russian supersonic jet fighter – NATO name FISHBED)
MiG-21 PFM (Fishbed)
MiG-21 FL  (Fishbed)
Mirage III (Dassault Mirage)
Mirage-F1C
IAI Nesher (Israeli version of Dassault Mirage)
IAI Kfir C2 (Israeli version of Dassault Mirage)
MohawkIII_BoB
Molnar_Bf-109G-6
MosquitoBMkIV
MosquitoBMkXVI
MosquitoFBMkVI
MosquitoFBMkVICC
MosquitoFBMkXVIII
MosquitoNFMkII
MosquitoTRMk33
MosquitoNFMkXII  (WW2 RAF Night-fighter variants)
MosquitoNFMkXVII (WW2 RAF Night-fighter variants)
MosquitoNFMkXIX  (WW2 RAF Night-fighter variants)
MS406 (Morane-Saulnier – WW2 French fighter)
MS410
MS-500
MS-502
MS-505
MS-Morko
MsMorko410
MustangIII
MustangIV
MustangMkI
MXY-7-11  (Japanese Yokosuka Ohka “Cherry Blossom" - rocket kamikaze attack plane)
N1K  (Japanese Kawanishi  Kyofo "strong wind"-  Allied name REX)
N1K1 (Rex)
N1K1-J
N1K1-Ja
N1K2-Ja_mod (Japanese Kawanishi  Shiden "Violet Lightning" – Allied name George)
N1K2-Ja_New
N1K3-A  (Japan - Carrier-based version of N1K3-J)
N1K3-J  (Japan WW2 fighter prototype)
N1K4-J  (Japan WW2 fighter prototype)
NC900 (France post-WW2 built FW-190s)
Ni52  -  Hispano-Nieuport 52, 1928
Nieupor-4  (Airco DH.2-1916-Mod)
Nieuport 11 – (WW1 allied fighter)
Nieupor-17 (Nieuport17-1916-Mod)
NieuportN17  (WW1 allied fighter)
NieuportN17B
Nieuport 28 – (WW1 allied fighter)
NieuportN23
NieuportN4
NieuportN4A
Nieu-Scout_2_MkIB (Nieuport11-1916-Mod)
Nieu-Scout_2_MkIC (Nieuport16-1916-Mod)
Nieu-Scout_2_MkID (Nieuport17Late-1916-Mod)
Nieu-Scout_2_MkIE (NieuportScout2-1916-Mod)
Nowotnys_Me-262A-1a
OeffagDIII153 (WW1 Austrian Fighter)
OeffagDIII253 (WW1 Austrian Fighter)
OKA-38 (Kamikaze-Rocket-aircraft)
Osprey
OspreyL - Osprey Landplane – 1936 biplane
OspreyS - Osprey Seaplane   
OspreyC - Osprey Carrier     
Hart - Osprey Hart (Kestrel)- with skis   
HartMercury - Osprey HArt with Mercury engine
Hind - Osprey Hind
OV-1
OV-10 (Bronco)
P_11c (Polish WW2 fighter)
P_11f
P_24b
P_24e
P_24f
P_24g
P_36AT
P_36X
P_39D6
P_51BC_Fillet
P-26 (Boeing - First USA  all-metal fighter aircraft - Peashooter)
P-26sea
P2V-5
P2V5_Neptune  (Lockheed Maritime Patrol and Anti-Submarine – 1945-1984)
P-35  (Seversky P-35 fighter aircraft – 1935)
P-36A-3 (Hawk)
P-36A-4
P-38DroopSnoot
P-38E (Lightning)
P-38F-1-LO
P-38G-10-LO
P-38G-15-LO
P-38G-5-LO
P-38H-5-LO
P-38J
P-38J-10-LO
P-38J-15-LO
P-38J-25-LO
P-38L
P-38L_Late
P-38L-5-LO
P-38M
P-38N
P-38X   (Artillery spotter mod version)
P-39D1 (Airacobra)
P-39D2
P-39N1
P-39N1M
P-39Q-1
P-39Q-10
P-39Q-30
P-400
P-40A (Warhawk/Tomahawk/Kittyhawk)
P-40B
P-40Breco
P-40C
P-40E
P-40E-1
P-40E-1
P-40E-M-105
P-40F
P-40F
P-40K
P-40K-5
P-40L
P-40L-10
P-40M
P-40M-1
P-40M-10
P-40N
P-40N-1
P-40N-5
P-47B1 (WW2 USA fighter - Thunderbolt- “JUG”)
P-47B15
P-47C-5
P-47D
P-47D-10
P-47D-22
P-47D-27
P-47D-27_Late
P-47D-27-napalm
P-47D-30
P-47D-40
P-47N-15

P-50A
P-51A (Mustang)
P-51B-10MHood
P-51B-10NA
P-51B-5NA
P-51B-NA
P-51C-NT
P-51D
P-51D2
P-51D-20NA
P-51D-20NA
P-51D-20NT
P-51D-25NA
P-51D-30NA
P-51D-5Early
P-51D-5NT
P-61  (WW2 USA  Night-fighter – “Black Widow”)
P-61A (Nighfighter, short nose, no turret, no pylons, same upgraded engine as B, 2 crew)
P-61B (Nightfighter, turret, pylons,  upgraded engine (R-2800-65  2250hp) 3 crew)
P-63A (WW2 USA fighter – “Kingcobra”)
P-63C
P-63C-napalm
P-80A ( USA “Shooting Star” – WW2/Korean war early Jet Fighter)
P-80C
P-80E
P-82  (Twin-Mustang)
PA48_Enforcer
PBJ_C1 (Mitchell)
PBJ_D1
PBJ_G1
PBJ_G1
PBJ_J1
PBN-1
PBJ-C1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-D1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-G1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-H1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-H1C - Attack bomber NEW
PBJ-J1 - Attack bomber NEW
PBY (Catalina)
PBY-5
Pe-2series1 (Pescka)
Pe-2series110
Pe-2series206
Pe-2series32
Pe-2series359
Pe-2series84
Pe-3bis
Pe-3bis_serial
Pe-3M
Pe-3series1
Pe-8
Pioneer1(g)
Pioneer1(ru) (DH-4-1917-Mod)
Pioneer1a
Pioneer2(g)
Pioneer2(ru)
Pioneer2a(g)
Pioneer2a(ru)
Pioneer2a(ru)
Pioneer3(g)
Pioneer3(ru)
Pokryshkins_MiG-3
Pokryshkins_P-39N1
Polikarpov_RZ (1935 Biplane)
Polikarpov_RZ - Polikarpov R-Z Natacha
Polikarpov R-5
Potez25L - Potez25 (Lorraine), 1925
Potez25TOE - Potez 25 T.O.E., 1928
Potez25J - Potez25 (Jupiter), 1927
Potez25S - Potez25 (Salmson), 1926
PT-Boat (Attack-fast-boats)
PWS-26 - Polish trainer Biplane
PWS-10 - Polish fighter
PZL11TS
PZL23B - bomber
PZL24TS
PZL P24 - version "R" 
P_24a - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1936
P_24b - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1936
P_24e - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1937     
P_24f - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1937         
P_24g - PZL P24 Fighter airplane 1937
PZL37 (Moose)
PZL37B
PZL37Bjap
PZL42
PZL43TS
PZL7TS
R-10
R-10A
R-5
R-5_skis
RB-29 (High-Altitude recon/Spy version of  B-29)
RE-2000
Re.2001CN  (Reggiane Re.2001CN Ariete I – night fighter)
Re.2001 CB  (WW2 Italian Fighter)
Re.2001 GV  (WW2 Italian Fighter)
RE-2002
Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version  1)
 Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version  2) 
Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version  3) 
Re.2002  (WW2 Fighter - Ariete version 41) 
Rechkalovs_P-39Q15
RF-80A
Rolland (LFG Roland DII-1917-Mod)
Roland D.II (WW1 fighter – new version)
Ro37bis - Romeo Ro37bis Biplane
RWD_8
RWD-10
R-XIII - Landplane
R-XIII - Seaplane version
R-XIIID
R-XIIITer
R-XIIITerh
Roland D.II (WW1 German Fighter)

S-199
S-328
S-328N
SABRE
SabreMk31
SabreMk32
SaettaS
Safonovs_I-16_24
 Sanka MkB  - (Fictional futuristic fighter)
Sarvanto_DXXI
Savoia_S-21
SB_2M-100A
SB_2M-103
SB_2M100AS - SB-2 "Talvisota" Skis
SB_2M103S - SB-2 "Talvisota" Skis
SB_Bomber_Germany (Gotha.G.IV-1916-Mod)
SB_Bomber_RFC (RFC.HP 0/400-1916-Mod)
SB_Bomber_RFC_Sea
SB_Bomber_Russia
SB-2M100A_NW
SB-2M103_NW
SB-2M105_NW
SB-2series201
SBD-3
SBD-3s
SBD-5
Scout
scout_tf1 (Trench Sweeper Scout-1916-Mod)
Scout_Experimental_Dagger (RAF Se5a-Mod)
Scout_F1_Pug (Siemen-Schuekert.DII-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1_Float (Sop 1 1/2 float-1916)
Scout_Surplus_Float (Nieuport 12 float-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1B_Float (Sop 1 1/2b float-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1A(Surplus) (Mk1B Recon Trainer-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1B_Surplus (Mk1B Recon Trainer-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1C_Surplus (Sop 1 1/2 Trainer-1916-mod)
Scout_Mk1B (Sop 1 1/2 Stutter-1916)
Scout_Mk1(gb) (Sop 1 1/2 Stutter-1916-Mod)
Scout_Mk1(fr) (Nieuport12 fr)
Scout_Mk1(it) (Nieuport12 it)
Scout_Mk1(ru) (Nieuport12 ru)
Scout_S2
Scout_S3
Scout_S4
Scout_S4-GER
Scout_S4-RFC
Scout_ST
Scout_U2_Mk1A(Ger)
Scout_U2_Mk1A(RFC)
SE.5  (WW1 British fighter – 2 and 4 propeller version)
SE.5/5ª  (WW1 British fighter – 2 and 4 propeller version)
SE5A  (Frankenplane versions)
SE5A1 (Frankenplane versions)
SEAFIRE_F.46
SeafireMkXV   (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMkXVII  (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMk45  (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMk46  (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMk47 (New mod version 2013)
SeafireFMkIII
SeafireMkI
SeafireMkII
SeafireMkII45
SeafireMkII4xH
SeafireMkII50
SeafireMkIII
SeafireMkIIL4xH
SeafireMkXV
SeaFury_MkX
SeaFuryMkI
SeaGladiatorMkII
SeaHurricaneMkIb
SeaHurricaneMkIb
SeaHurricaneMkIc
SeaHurricaneMkIIb
SeaHurricaneMkIIc
SeaHurricaneMkIIc
Sea-HurricaneMkIIc
SED_LongNose (Fokker D.VII-1918-Mod)
Siemens Schuckert D.I (WW1 German fighter)
Siemens-DII (Siemens-DII-1916-Mod)
Siemens-DV (Siemens-D.V.-1916-Mod)

SM-55m - Savoia Marchetti
S62 - Savoia Marchetti seaplane
SM-75
SM-79 (Sparviero/Sparrowhawk)

Sniper
SNJ_5C
Sopwich-3p (Sopwith Triplane-1917-Mod)
Sopwith Camel  -  (WW1 allied fighter)
Sopwith Snipe -  (WW1 allied fighter)
SPAD S.VII -  (WW1 allied fighter)
Spitfire.PR.XIX
SPITFIRE9Early
SPITFIREIX
SpitfireMkI
SpitfireMkIb
SpitfireMkIbFR
SpitfireMkIearly
SpitfireMkIIa
SpitfireMkIIb
SpitfireMkIX25lbs
SpitfireMkIX25lbsCLP
SpitfireMkIXc
SpitfireMkIXcCLP
SpitfireMkIXcHF
SpitfireMkIXcLF
SpitfireMkIXcM61
SpitfireMkIXcM63
SpitfireMkIXe
SpitfireMkIXe25lbs
SpitfireMkIXeCLP
SpitfireMkIXeHF
SpitfireMkLFXIVE
SpitfireMkVa
SpitfireMkVb
SpitfireMkVb12lbs
SpitfireMkVb16lbs
SpitfireMkVbCAP  (“Schmittfire” - Spifire with Bf-109 engine - new 2013 upgrade )
SpitfireMkVbCLP
SpitfireMkVbCLP16LBS
SpitfireMkVbLF
SpitfireMkVbLF18LBS
SpitfireMkVbLFCLP
SpitfireMkVbLFCLP18LBS
SpitfireMkVbM4616lbs
SpitfireMkVbT
SpitfireMkVc
SpitfireMkVc16lbs
SpitfireMKVc4CW
SpitfireMkVc4xH
SpitfireMKVc4xHLand
SpitfireMkVcFB
SpitfireMkVcFB4xH
SpitfireMkVcLand
SpitfireMkVcLF
SpitfireMkVcLF4xH
SpitfireMkVcLFCLP
SpitfireMkVIII
SpitfireMkVIII25lbs
SpitfireMkVIIICLP
SpitfireMkVIIICLPFB
SpitfireMkVIIIFB
SpitfireMkVIIIHF
SpitfireMkXI
SpitfireMkXII
SpitfireMkXIVC
SpitfireMkXVIe  - Teardrop canopy Spitfire L.F. MK.XVIe, 1944
SpitfireMkXVIe25 - Teardrop canopy Spitfire L.F. MK.XVIe 25lbs, 1945
SpitfireMkXVIe4
SpitfireMkXVIeCLP - Teardrop canopy Spitfire L.F. MK.XVIe (CW), 1944
SpitfireMkXVIeCLP25 - Teardrop canopy Spitfire L.F. MK.XVIe 25lbs (CW), 1945
SpitfirePRXIXCRP
SPITXII
SPITXIIearly
Su-2  (Sukhoi Su-2 Russian WW2 aircraft)
SU26
Su-26 (Sukhoi Su-26 single-seater aerobatics plane from the former Soviet Union)
Su29ar
Swordfish_Ex
Swordfish_Ex_1
SwordfishMk
Swordfish Mk.II (rocket-armed)
T_33 (Lockheed  - 2 seater USA fighter - “Shooting Star” – old  version)
T-33  (Lockheed  - 2 seater USA fighter - “Shooting Star” - new version)
T6_Texan  (North American Aviation - 1935 - Advanced trainer aircraft)
Ta-152C
Ta-152C0
Ta-152C1
Ta-152C3
Ta-152E1
Ta-152H-0
Ta-152H-1
Ta-152H-1Mistel
Ta-183 (Focke-Wulf Ta 183 “Huckebein” – German Luft-1946 fighter)
Ta-183L  (Focke-Wulf Ta 183 – Lighter version with less weapons)
TB-3_4M-17  (Tupolev TB-3 Russian Heavy Bomber - 1932)
TB-3_4M-17_T_DZZMod
TB-3_4M-34R (Tupolev TB-3 upgraded version Russian bomber)
TB-3_4M-34R_SPB
TB-3_4M-34R_T_DZZMod
TBD-1 (Douglas TBD “Devastator” – WW2 USA torpedo bomber)
TBF-1 (Grumman TBF Avenger)
TBF-1C
TBF-N (Floatplane Mod)
TBM1  (designated TBM for aircraft manufactured by General Motors)
TBM-3  ( Grumman Avenger)
TempestFBMkII
TempestMkII
TempestMkV
TempestMkV11Lbs
TempestMkV13Lbs
TeXaCo (Cargo Mod-plane)
TeXaCo-Sea
TF-9J_Cougar
Thunderbolt_MkI
Thunderbolt_MkII
Tomahawk
TomahawkMkIIa
TomahawkMkIIb
TRAC (AT-802 Air Tractor Modern crop-duster + USA fighter - early version)
Trimotor (Ford-Tri-Motor)
Tu-2S  (Tupolev Tu-2 –Russian WW2 speed bomber – NATO name Bat)
Tu-4  ("Superfortresski" Russian built copy of B-29 - NATO name BULL) 
Tu-4-A
Tu-22 (Tupolev Russian Bomber – NATO name BLINDER – Mod Frankenplane)
Tu-85 (Russian bomber based on TU-4 - NATO name BARGE)
Tu-95  (Tupolev Russian Bomber – NATO name BEAR – Mod Frankenplane)
Tu-95 (Russian aircraft BEAR - reconnaissance version - Mod Frankenplane)
TyphoonMkIB
TyphoonMkIBLate
U19A_Gun
U-2NB
U-2PO
U-2TM
U-2UT
U-2VS  (Polikarpov Po-2 general-purpose Soviet biplane – NATO name Mule)
UH_19 gunboat (Sikorsky UH-19 helicopter armed version)
UTI-4  (Polikarpov I-16 Russian Fighter)
UTI-4B
VildebeestL (1932 biplane)
VulteeV1A   -   Vultee V1A, 1934
VulteeV1AR  -  Vultee V1A Intruder 1936
Vultee V1AN  - Vultee V1A Bomber 1937
Wagen
Wellington-MKIII
XC_47X
XC-47C
XC-47JET_Testbed
XF9F6_Cougar
XP-50
Yak-1 ( Yakovlev Yak-1 Russian WW2 fighter)
Yak-1B
Yak-1B_Early
Yak-1BEarly
Yak-1LateR
Yak-1Light
Yak-1PF
Yak-1PFLight
Yak-3 ( Yakovlev Yak-3 Russian WW2 fighter)
Yak-3\107(3B20)
Yak-3bsf
Yak-3K
Yak-3Km
Yak-3P
Yak-3R
Yak-3VK-107
Yak-3VK107(2B20)
Yak-3VK107(3B20)
Yak-7-37
Yak-7A
Yak-7B
Yak-7B_Last
Yak-7B_late
Yak-7BPF
Yak-7B_Late_410 - Yak-7 without razorback 1943
Yak-7BPF - fmyak7_410 - Yak-7 without razorback 1943-44
Yak-7DI
Yak-7R
Yak-7UTI
Yak-7V
Yak-9  ( Yakovlev  Russian WW2/Korean war  fighter)
Yak-9B
Yak-9D
Yak-9D-44
Yak-9DD
Yak-9-Early
Yak-9K
Yak-9M
Yak-9M_Early
Yak-9P
Yak-9RLR_DZZMod
Yak-9T
Yak-9T-20
Yak-9T-44
Yak-9T-45
Yak-9U
Yak-9U_Early
Yak-9U_NW
Yak-9U-Late
Yak-9UT
Yak-9UT-NS45
Yak-9UVK-107
Yak-11 (Yakovlev – 2-seat trainer aircraft - NATO name Moose)
Zeppelin M (Class-M - early Ww1 zeppelin bomber)
Zeppelin-P  (Class-P - WW1 Zeppelin bomber)
Z-26  (Zlin 2-seat  trainer)
Z-50LX  (Zlín Z-50LX acrobatic/racing airplane)

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for fun- P-38N (4 Bladed)
for fun- B-17J (4 Bladed)
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for fun- Hurricane MkIII (4 Blade) 
for fun- Drivable PT-Boat
for fun- drivable PT-Elco attack boat
for fun- Drivable Jeep
for fun- Drivable Kubelwagen
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2010, 03:29:11 PM »

If you would like to know what was flying before in the Original IL2-1946 game.
Here is that airplane list...
                                                   
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Aircraft List 4.07
dated = 02-01-2007
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A-20C
 A-20G
 A5M4
 A6M2
 A6M2-21
A6M2-N
 A6M3
 A6M5
 A6M5a
A6M5b
A6M5c
 A6M7_Model62
 A6M7_Model63
 Ar-196A-3
 Ar-234B-2
 AvengerMkIII
 B-17D
 B-17E
 B-17F
 B-17G
 B-239
 B-24J-100-CF
 B-25C-25NA
 B-25G-1NA
 B-25H-1NA
 B-25J-1NA
 B-29
B5N2
B6N2
BeaufighterMk21
 Bf-109E-4
 Bf-109E-4/B
 Bf-109E-7
 Bf-109E-7Z
 Bf-109F-2
 Bf-109F-4
 Bf-109G-10
 Bf-109G-14
 Bf-109G-2
 Bf-109G-6
 Bf-109G-6_Late
 Bf-109G-6AS
 Bf-109K-4
 Bf-109K-4C3
 Bf-109Z
 Bf-110C-4
 Bf-110C-4B
 Bf-110G-2
 BI-1
 BI-6
 BlenheimMkI
 BlenheimMkIV
 BuffaloMkI
 C-47
CorsairMkI
 CorsairMkII
 CorsairMkIV
 CR_42
D3A1
DB-3b
 DB-3F
 DB-3M
 DB-3T
 Do-335A-0
 Do-335V-13
 Durand_Yak-9T
 F2A-2
F4F-3
 F4F-4
 F4U-1A
 F4U-1C
 F4U-1D
 F6F-3
 F6F-5
 Fabian_Bf-109G-10
 Fi-156
 FM-2
Fw-189A-2
 Fw-190A-4
 Fw-190A-5
 Fw-190A-5165ATA
 Fw-190A-6
 Fw-190A-8
 Fw-190A-8Mistel
Fw-190A-9
 Fw-190D-9
 Fw-190D-9_Late
 Fw-190F-8
 FW-200C-3U4
 G_50
G-11
G4M1_11
 G4M2E
 GladiatorMkI
GladiatorMkII
Go-229A-1
 Graf_Bf-109G-6
 H8K1
 Hans_Rudels_Ju-87G-2
 Hartmann_Bf-109G-6
 Hawk81A-2
 He-111H-2
 He-111H-6
 He-111Z
He-162A-2
 He-162B
 He-162C
 He-L-IIIB2
 Heppes_Bf-109G-6
 Hs-129B-2
Hs-129B-3/Wa
 HurricaneMkI
 HurricaneMkIIb
 HurricaneMkIIbMod
 HurricaneMkIIc
 I-153M62
 I-153P
 I-16type18
 I-16type24
 I-16type24_SPB
 I-185M-71
 I-185M-82A
 I-250
 IAR80
IAR81a
IAR81c
Il-10
 Il-2_1940_Early
 Il-2_1940_Late
 Il-2_1941_Early
 Il-2_1941_Late
 Il-2_3
 Il-2_M3
 Il-2I
 Il-2M_Early
 Il-2M_Late
 Il-2T
 Il-4
 J2M3
 J2M5
 J8A
Ju-52/3mg4e
Ju-52/3mg5e
 Ju-87B-2
 Ju-87D-3
 Ju-87D-5
 Ju-87G-1
 Ju-88A-4
 Ju-88Mistel
 Ki-100-I-Ko
 Ki-21-I
 Ki-21-II
 Ki-27-Ko
 Ki-27-Otsu
 Ki-43-Ia
Ki-43-Ib
 Ki-43-Ic
 Ki-43-II
 Ki-43-II-Kai
 Ki-46-Otsu
 Ki-46-Otsu-Hei
 Ki-46-Recce
 Ki-61-I-Hei
 Ki-61-I-Ko
 Ki-61-I-Otsu
 Ki-84-Ia
 Ki-84-Ib
 Ki-84-Ic
 Kojedubs_La-7
 Kovacs_Bf-109G-6
 L2D
La-5
 La-5F
 La-5FN
 La-7
 La-73xB20
 La-7R
 LaGG-3IT
 LaGG-3RD
 LaGG-3series29
 LaGG-3series35
LaGG-3series4
 LaGG-3series66
 Li-2
MBR-2-AM-34
 MC-200series1
 MC-200series3
 MC-200series7
 MC-200series7FB
 MC-202
MC-202_III
 MC-202_VII
 MC-202_XII
 MC-205_I
 MC-205_III
 Me-163B-1a
 Me-210Ca-1
 Me-210Ca-1ZSTR
 Me-262A-1a
 Me-262A-1aU4
 Me-262A-2a
 Me-262HG-II
 Me-321
 Me-323
 MiG-3
 MiG-3-2xShVAK
 MiG-3-2xUB
 MiG-3-AM-38
 MiG-3U
 MiG-3ud
 MiG-9FS
 MiG-9protoF-2
 Molnar_Bf-109G-6
 MosquitoBMkIV
 MosquitoFBMkVI
MS406
MS410
MS-Morko
MustangIII
MXY-7-11
N1K1-J
 N1K2-Ja
 Nowotnys_Me-262A-1a
 P_11c
 P-36A-3
 P-36A-4
 P-38J
 P-38L
 P-38L_Late
 P-39D1
 P-39D2
 P-39N1
 P-39Q-1
 P-39Q-10
 P-400
 P-40B
 P-40C
 P-40E
 P-40E-M-105
 P-40M
P-47D
 P-47D-10
 P-47D-22
 P-47D-27
 P-51B-NA
 P-51C-NT
 P-51D-20NA
 P-51D-5NT
 P-63C
 P-80A
 PBN-1
Pe-2series1
Pe-2series110
Pe-2series359
Pe-2series84
Pe-3bis
Pe-3series1
Pe-8
Pokryshkins_MiG-3
 Pokryshkins_P-39N1
 R-10
 Rechkalovs_P-39Q15
 Safonovs_I-16_24
 SB_2M-100A
SB_2M-103
SBD-3
SBD-5
SeafireFMkIII
 SeafireMkIII
 SpitfireMkIX25lbs
 SpitfireMkIXc
 SpitfireMkIXcCLP
 SpitfireMkIXe
 SpitfireMkIXeCLP
 SpitfireMkIXeHF
 SpitfireMkVb
 SpitfireMkVbCLP
 SpitfireMkVbLF
SpitfireMkVbLFCLP
 SpitfireMkVc
 SpitfireMkVc4xH
 SpitfireMkVIII
 SpitfireMkVIIICLP
 Su-2
 Ta-152C
 Ta-152H-1
Ta-183
 TB-3_4M-17
 TB-3_4M-34R
 TB-3_4M-34R_SPB
 TBF-1
TBF-1C
TBM-3
TempestMkV
 TomahawkMkIIa
 TomahawkMkIIb
 Tu-2S
 U-2VS
 Yak-1
 Yak-15
 Yak-1B
 Yak-3
 Yak-3P
 Yak-3R
 Yak-3VK-107
 Yak-7A
 Yak-7B
 Yak-7BPF
 Yak-9
 Yak-9B
 Yak-9D
 Yak-9K
 Yak-9M
 Yak-9T
 Yak-9U
Yak-9UT
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2011, 07:55:26 AM »

Wow I never realised how many aircraft the communty has actually made.
Not to mention the countless other effects, sounds , etc mods.

Thumbs up and A Really Big:

THANK YOU!

To Everyone for making this game much more than what it was.  ;D 8) ;)

Just did a check in Word and there are atleast 868 aircraft listed here... :o
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #3 on: January 04, 2011, 04:03:49 PM »

Hi mate!

I'm sorry to tell that the indication about Forgotten_Countries SAS Switched V31 isn't relly correct because it work but not at 100% and can cause conflict!

All the best!

walter
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2011, 08:53:04 AM »

Doesn't them from the old Panther?

I remember a tread over AAA that discuss them free falling or twisting falling!
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #5 on: January 05, 2011, 09:21:22 AM »

 ;D ops, sorry, I should be more specific: I meant Josse's F51 http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,687.0.html

I haven't Forgotten Countries installed, but I noticed that the 30% crash often arrives with planes not compatible
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #6 on: January 05, 2011, 11:50:03 AM »

410 quick missions haven't the "strike"type missions and are quite different, with SEASON, WEATHER, MDS, RESPAWNTIME sections, that are not present in old QMB mod quick missions

I've also been trying to add maps to the quick mis list, but haven't figured out how to do it. It doesn't work in the old way with additions to the config.ini file ...
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2011, 12:03:07 PM »

410 allows to drop missions directly in Missions/Quick/your_map_folder without any other entry needed
but they MUST be made with 410 FMB one by one.
Missions already present in Missions/Quick may be used as a guide to make own self made ones :)
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2011, 12:51:05 PM »

I see that the Forgotten Country mod is still between the working on 4.10 but it cause some trouble if installed , at least can be specified that.....

It's an odd thing with the Forgotten Countries Mod. The game loads OK, but sometimes when a QMB or an FMB mission is loading, there will be a ctd of the whole game around 30-40% of loading the mission ... you get an 'exception' notice and then a quick ctd.

I disabled the Forgotten Countries Mod and since have not experienced such a crash anymore ...

A shame about the mod cause it is very useful.
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #9 on: January 06, 2011, 01:27:04 PM »

About the forgotten country I use MAT Manager and I have the most part of then....anyway in a full working installation!!!
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2011, 06:06:33 PM »

MAT manager is a real must have. It doesn't damage your installation, no conflicts, it should be sticky!!! :)
Give it a try, Ag: http://www.mission4today.com/index.php?name=Downloads&file=details&id=3117

important is to follow instructions:
Procedure after you install the program:

1) Copy your 1946 game's "il2fb.exe" and rename the copy to "il2.exe." (You should now have both versions in your game's main folder. Don't simply rename il2fb.exe

2) Edit the [game] section of your game's conf.ini file so that ClearCache=0 (note: or add this line)

3) Go to your PaintSchemes folder and make sure that Cache and NetCache are not 'Read Only.'

4) Customize some MATs and save your changes. Click on the Load tab at the top left corner. Exit IL2-MAT Manager and let the files transfer.
Start 1946 and see if the changes appear in the game. For testing purposes, changing the default Japanese insignia to any custom MAT will give very obvious results.
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Re: Complete List of ALL airplanes for IL-2 Game
« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2011, 12:01:59 AM »

agreed, i'm a big fan of MAT manager, although i'm not using it in my current install.
i must say, however, that the new markings in 4.10 are really good, the best 'stock' markings so far, and i take my hat off to TD for this little masterpiece in 4.10.... ;D 8)
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