Nieuport was the most common French fighter plane. It was produced in various models: 11, 17 and 28. SPAD was also a famous French fighter that was a very good and solid airplane. The main versions were the Model VII and XIII and a two-seat Model XI. Also, another of my favorite French-built fighter was the Hanroit HD-1. The French government did not purchase any but Belgium, Italy and USA did.
SPAD was a French fighter plane in WW1. The Spitfire was a WWII fighter plane.
There was; Spad and that's pretty much all.
a piece of poo that never worked and always got shot down
One of the tiniest fighter planes of WWII; the ME-109. Over 33,000 were produced!
Joy Lasrado did NOT invent the fighter plane. All of my aviation information sources have never even heard this name.
The Harrier Jump Jet
Executive stylist John Najjar, who was a fan of the World War II P-51 Mustang fighter plane, suggested the name.
The SPAD, an acronym for the French manufacturer.
Their most famous airplane was the "Zero" Fighter; A6M5 Zero, the word "Zero" indicating the number "0" as that was the year the fighter plane was adapted by the Imperial Navy in 1940.
The French Tickler
The Luftwaffe is the name of the German Air Force. The Spitfire is the name of a fighter plane used by the British Royal Air Force during World War 2
A Betta is a Betta no matter what language is spoken. The correct name for a fish is its "Taxonomic name" which is 'Betta splendens' so that is what it is correctly called everywhere in the world. The common name of 'Siamese fighter' may well have a French equivalent.
The Germans had several fighter aircraft, the four most famous and most used, in the order that they were introduced to the Luftwaffe: Messerschmitt Me109 (or Bf109) single engine fighter Messerschmitt Me110 twin engine fighter Focke-Wulf Fw190 single engine fighter Messerschmitt Me262 twin jet engine fighter You can google these, there is alot of detailed information out there.
The largest plane in the world is the Antonov An-225which is a cargo plane.The largest passenger plane in the world is the Airbus A380.
Mitsubishi manufactured the A6M Zero
l don't know the name but its russian and goes 2195 mph
Mirage, Rafale, Mystère, Super Mystère, Ouragan...
Its other name is the Cartesian plane and it was the French mathematician Rene Descartes who first conceived of the idea of x and y axes on the coordinate plane
One of the smallest airplanes ever produced...the ME-109, over 33,000 were produced.
The P-51 Mustang was possibly the most famous American fighter of WW2. I don't recall any gun of this same name.