List of military aircraft of Nazi Germany

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For unbuilt projects, see List of German aircraft projects, 1939–45. For missiles, see List of German guided weapons of World War II.

Aero[edit]

  • Aero Ab-101 captured from Czechoslovakia and used as trainer
  • Aero A.304 captured from Czechoslovakia and used as trainer

Albatros[edit]

Arado[edit]

Avia[edit]

  • Avia B.71 captured from Czechoslovakia and used as trainer
  • Avia B.534 captured from Czechoslovakia and used as trainer and night fighter

Bachem[edit]

Bloch[edit]

Blohm & Voss[edit]

Breguet[edit]

Bücker[edit]

Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini (CANT)[edit]

  • CANT Z.1007 captured from Italy after armistice and used as a bomber

Caudron[edit]

Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Segelflug (DFS)[edit]

  • DFS SG 38 Schulgleiter training glider
  • DFS 6 may be 'Model 6' or 'DFS B6'
  • DFS 39 Lippisch tailless research aircraft
  • DFS 40 Lippisch tailless research aircraft
  • DFS 194 rocket-powered research aircraft, forerunner of Me 163
  • DFS 228 rocket-powered reconnaissance aircraft (prototype)
  • DFS 230 transport glider
  • DFS 331 transport glider (prototype)
  • DFS 332 wing profile research aircraft
  • DFS 346 supersonic research aircraft (incomplete prototype only)

Dewoitine[edit]

Dornier[edit]

Douglas[edit]

  • Douglas DC-2 captured from Netherlands, includes ex-KLM aircraft, used as transport

Fieseler[edit]

Flettner[edit]

Fiat[edit]

  • Fiat CR.42 Falco ('Hawk'), ground attack/night fighter 1943-1945

Focke Achgelis[edit]

Focke-Wulf[edit]

Fokker[edit]

  • Fokker C.VE captured from various countries and used as a night ground attack aircraft
  • Fokker F.IX captured from Czechoslovakia

Göppingen[edit]

Gotha[edit]

Heinkel[edit]

Henschel[edit]

Junkers[edit]

Klemm[edit]


Latécoère[edit]

Lioré et Olivier (LeO)[edit]

Macchi[edit]

  • Macchi C.202 captured from Italy after armistice and used as trainers
  • Macchi C.205 captured from Italy after armistice and used as fighters

Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk[edit]

Messerschmitt[edit]

Morane-Saulnier[edit]

North American Aviation[edit]

Podlaska Wytwórnia Samolotów (PWS)[edit]

  • PWS-26 captured from Czechoslovakia and use as trainer

Savoia-Marchetti[edit]

Siebel[edit]

Zlín[edit]

  • Zlín Z-XII captured from Czechoslovakia and used as a trainer
  • Zlín Z-212 captured from Czechoslovakia and used as a trainer

See also[edit]

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