The Horten 229 V3 “Flying Wing” 48 Images - Have You Seen All Of These Before??
n 1943 the all-wing and jet-propelled Horten Ho 229 (‘aitch-oh-two-two-nine’) promised spectacular performance and the German air force (Luftwaffe) chief, Hermann Göring, allocated half-a-million Reic...
The Horten 229 V3 “Flying Wing” 48 Images - Have You Seen All Of These Before??
n 1943 the all-wing and jet-propelled Horten Ho 229 (‘aitch-oh-two-two-nine’) promised spectacular performance and the German air force (Luftwaffe) chief, Hermann Göring, allocated half-a-million Reic...
Gotha G.VI
The Gotha G.VI was an experimental bomber aircraft designed and built in Germany during World War I.
The Gotha G.VI was an experimental bomber developed from the Gotha G.V. Using the standard wing...
Gotha Go 145
The Gotha Go 145 was a German World War II-era biplane of wood and fabric construction used by Luftwaffe training units. Although obsolete by the start of World War II, the Go 145 remained in operatio...
Gotha Go 242
The Gotha Go 242 was a transport glider used by the Luftwaffe during World War II. It was an upgrade over the DFS 230 in both cargo/troop capacity and flight characteristics. Though it saw limited a...
Gotha G.IX
The Gotha G.VIII, GL.VIII, G.IX, and G.X were a family of bomber aircraft produced in Germany during the final months of World War I. Based on the Gotha G.VII, they were intended as high-speed tactica...
Gotha Go 345
The Gotha Go 345 was a prototype German Military transport glider of the Second World War. A single example was tested in 1944.
Data from Gunston, Bill & Wood, Tony - Hitler's Luftwaffe, 1977,...
Gotha WD.7
The Gotha WD.7 (for Wasser Doppeldecker - "Water Biplane") was a reconnaissance seaplane developed in Germany during World War I. After the pusher-configured WD.3 was not accepted by the Imperial Germ...
Avro 501
The Avro Type H, Type 501, and Type 503 were a family of early British military seaplanes. They were a development of the Avro 500 design and were originally conceived of as amphibious; the prototype ...
Horten Ho 229
The Horten H.IX, RLM designation Ho 229 (often called Gotha Go 229 because of the identity of the chosen manufacturer of the aircraft) was a German prototype fighter/bomber designed by Reimar and Walt...
Gotha WD.3
The Gotha WD.3 (for Wasser Doppeldecker - "Water Biplane") was a reconnaissance seaplane built in prototype form in Germany in 1915. Since 1913, Gotha had been manufacturing a series of reconnaissance...
Gotha G.IV
The Gotha G.IV was a heavy bomber used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I.
Experience with the earlier G.III showed that the rear gunner could not effici...
Gotha Go 146
The Gotha Go 146 was a twin-engine utility aircraft developed in Germany in the mid-1930s. It was a conventional low-wing cantilever monoplane with tailwheel undercarriage, the main units of which ret...
Gotha G.X
The Gotha G.X was an experimental bomber aircraft designed and built in Germany from 1917.
The Gotha G.X was an experimental bomber with a general arrangement similar to the Gotha G.V. This relat...
Gotha WD.2
The Gotha WD.2 (for Wasser Doppeldecker - "Water Biplane") and its derivatives were a family of military reconnaissance aircraft produced in Germany just before and during the early part of World War ...
Gotha WD.14
The Gotha WD.14, WD.20, and WD.22 (for Wasser Doppeldecker - "Water Biplane") were a family of torpedo bomber seaplanes developed in Germany during World War I. They were conventional biplanes, essent...
Gotha Ka 430
The Gotha Ka 430 was a military transport glider, first built in 1944. The glider was designed by Albert Kalkert. Twelve had been produced by the end of World War II, but none of them was used operat...
Gotha G.II
The Gotha G.II series was a heavy bomber used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I.
The Gotha G.II was an entirely new biplane designed by Hans Burkhard, who h...
Gotha Go 150
The Gotha Go 150 was a light aircraft designed by the German company Gothaer Waggonfabrik in the late 1930s. It was intended for civilian use, but ended up being used as a military trainer.
In Jan...
Gotha Go 147
The Gotha Go 147 was a German experimental prototype reconnaissance aircraft designed in 1936. Designed by Gothaer Waggonfabrik and Albert Kalkert, construction of the two-seater aircraft was abandone...
Gotha Go 244
The Gotha Go 244 was a transport aircraft used by the Luftwaffe during World War II.
The Go 244 was the powered version of the Gotha Go 242 military glider transport. Studies for powered versions ...
Gotha LD.1
The Gotha LD.1 (for Land Doppeldecker - "Land Biplane") and its derivatives were a family of military aircraft produced in Germany just before and during the early part of World War I. Used for traini...
Gotha G.I
The Gotha G.I was a heavy bomber used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I.
In mid-1914, Oskar Ursinus, the founder and editor of the German flying magazine Flu...
Gotha Go 149
The Gotha Go 149 was a military aircraft developed in Germany in the mid-1930s for training fighter pilots. It was a conventional low-wing cantilever monoplane with tailwheel undercarriage, the main u...
Gotha G.VII
The Gotha G.VII. a.k.a.GL.VII, was a bomber aircraft produced in Germany during the final months of World War I. With the strategic bombing campaign effectively over, it was intended to be a high-spee...
Gotha G.III
The Gotha G.III was a heavy bomber used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I. It succeeded the G.II in production and differed primarily in the choice of powerplan...
Gotha WD.11
The Gotha WD.11 (for Wasser Doppeldecker - "Water Biplane") was a torpedo bomber seaplane developed in Germany during World War I. When the general configuration of the Gotha WD.7 proved promising, Go...
Gotha G.V
The Gotha G.V was a heavy bomber used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I. Designed for long-range service, the G V series was used principally as night bombers.
Gotha WD.27
The Gotha WD.27 (for Wasser Doppeldecker - "Water Biplane") was a patrol seaplanes developed in Germany during World War I. It was a huge, four-engine aircraft with the same general layout as the WD.2...