Manufacturer Designation Typical Engines hp each engine Span Length Height Gross Weight Empty Weight Max Speed Range Service Ceiling Remarks
Arado Ar-96B Argus As-410 360 36' 0” 28' 8” 8' 8” 211 685 23,000 Advanced trainer
Arado Ar-196A BMW-132K 900-920 43' 2½” 33' 10” 16' 5” 8,200 6,580 195 670 23,000 Seaplane bomber
Arado Ar-232 2 BMW-801 1600 110' 0” 77' 2” 18' 8” 46,600 36,600 ;;; ;;; Transport, 22 small wheels
Arado Ar-232B 4 Bramo BMW-323 1000 110' 0” 77' 2” 18' 8” 46,600 36,600 211 658 Transport, 20 small wheels
Arado Ar-234B 2 BMW-003 or
2 Jumo-004
Jets 47' 4½” 41' 7½” 13' 8½” 22,000 ,,, 470 37,700 Jet recon bomber
Arado Ar-240 2 DB-603 or DB605 (1), (2) 54' 6” 39' 9” 350 Recon fighter-bomber
Arado Ar-432 4 Bramo BMW-323 1000 110' 0” 77' 2” 18' 8” 46,600 36,600 211 658* Like Ar-234B, compos. wood metal.
Bachem BP-20 1 Walter rocket Rocket 13' 0” 20' 6” 3,765 600 25 In development only
Blohm and Voss Bv-138B 3 Jum0-205C 600 88' 7” 72' 3” 34,100 17,860 170 2,000 Flying boat
Blohm and Voss Bv-139 4 Jumo-205 600 88' 5” 64' 0” 14' 7” 38,500 196 3,100 12,136 Observation
Blohm and Voss Bv-140 2 BMW-132 880 18,700 13,860 199 1,550 Recon torpedo-bomber
Blohm and Voss Bv-141B 1 BMW-801 (3) 66' 0” 49' 0” 9,700 220” Asymmetric reconnaissance
Blohm and Voss Bv-144 2 BMW-801 (3) 28,900 930 Transport
Blohm and Voss Bv-142 4 BMW-132H 830 96' 9” 64' 7” 15' 6” 36,380 22,930 248 2,732 22,305 Transport
Blohm and Voss Bv-155C 2 DB-603U 1810 428 55,200 High-altitude fighter
Blohm and Voss Bv-222 6 Bramo BMW-323 1000 157' 0” 105' 0” 18' 4” 101,000 42,000 210 3,720* 26,000 Transport and bomber flying boat
Bucker Bu-181 1 Hirth HM-504 105 34' 9” 25' 5” 6' 5” 1,650 1,053 133½ 500 16,400 Trainer
(9) Dfs-228 1 Walter 509D Rocket 9,000 450 80,000(4) Launched from Do-217 at 33,000 feet
(9) Dfs-230 None none 4,600 Glider
(9) Dfs-332 None none 49' 2” Glider for testing wing sections
(9) Dfs-346 2 Walter rockets Rocket 1,700 100,000(4) Projected rocket craft
Dornier Do-17Z2 2 Bramo BMW-323 1000 59' 1” 52' 5½” 15' 9” 19,000* 11,500* 255 745 29,600 Bomber
Dornier Do-18K2 2 BMW-132N 865 77' 9” 63' 1” 17' 9” 30,000 186 2,700 Military flying boat
Dornier Do-24 3 BMW-132DC 760 88' 7” 72' 1½” 17' 10” 29,700 17,011 190 2,050 17,400 Recon flying boat
Dornier Do-26K 4 Jumo-205C 600 98' 5” 80' 4” 22' 6” 44,090 22,450 208 5,600 Bomber-reconnaissance
Dornier Do-214 8 double DB-603 (1) 197' 0” 4 tandem, pusher and tractor, transport
Dornier Do-215 2 DB 1175 59' 1” 53' 6” 15' 9” 18,960 11,685 312 1,500 24,230 Bomber
Dornier Do-217E1 2 BMW-801A 1580 62' 5” 56' 6” 33,800* 19,190* 315* 1,500 19,100 Medium bomber
Dornier Do-217K2 2 BMW-801A 1580 80' 5” 56' 6” 16' 8½” Medium bomber
Dornier Do-317 2 DB603 or DB-610 (1), (2) 85' 0” Span based on power: projected
Dornier Do-335A 2 DB603E in tandem 2,000* 45' 4” 45' 6” 16' 5” 21,160 477 868 37,400 Front and rear props
Dornier Do-435 Projected development of Do-335
Fieseler Fzq-76
(Fi-103)
Impulse duct 17' 6” 25' 4½” 4,700 1,800 390* 150 10,000 Flying bomb (V-1)
Fieseler Fi-156K 1 Argus As-10C 240 56' 9” 32' 6” 10' 0” 2,920 2,050 109 630 17,000 Communications, recon
Fieseler Fi-256 Enlarged Fi-156; 5 passengers
Focke-Wulf Fw-154 2 unknown Wooden fighter
Focke-Wulf Fw-187 2 unknown 1000 51' 0” 33' 0” 14,000 360 38,700 Fighter
Focke-Wulf Fw-189A 2 Argus 450 60' 5” 39' 5” 12' 0” 7,500 5,930 215 430 27,550 Ground support; training
Focke-Wulf Fw-190D 1 Jumo-213 or
DB-603
(1), (6) 34' 6” 33' 11” 440 525* 38,000 Fighter
Focke-Wulf Fw-191 2 Jumo-222 or
4 DB-605
(7), (2) 82' 0” 63' 0” 48,700 2,200 Heavy bomber
Focke-Wulf Fw-198 1 unknown 1000 41' 0” 31' 6” 7,000 4,700 370 550 34,500 Fighter
Focke-Wulf Fw-200K2 4 Bramo BMW-323R-2 850 108' 3” 78' 3” 23' 4” 48,500 279* 2,200 21,500 Reconnaissance-bomber
Focke-Wulf Fw-290 1 Jumo-213 or DB-603 2,000* 400 Improvement on Fw-190D
Focke-Wulf Fw-300 4 Jumo-222 or DB-603 (7). (1) 152' 0” 102' 0” Design stage only
Focke-Wulf Ta-152B 1 Jumo-213E 1750 34' 5” 33' 11” 13' 0” 428 Tank redesignation for Fw-190D
Focke-Wulf Ta-152H 1 Jumo-213E 1750 48' 6” 33' 11” 13' 0” 412 Pressurized; new wing
Focke-Wulf Ta-154A1 2 Jumo-211N 1500 52' 6” 41' 3” 12' ½” 18,600 382 1,195 31,200 Night fighter
Focke-Wulf Ta-193 1 He So-11 Jets 590 In development
Focke-Wulf Ta-254 2 Jumo-513E 1750 25,300 460 Developed from Ta-154C
Focke-Wulf Ta-400 6 unknown 137' 9” 92' 5” 450 3,000 Jet assisted; projected
Gotha Go-242 None None 79' 0” 52' 6” 11' 4” 8,500 3,200 Glider
Gotha Go-244 2 Gnome-Rhone-14M 750* 79' 0” 52' 6” 11' 4” 17,500 11,500 169 375 Powered version of Go-242
Gotha Go-345 None 67' 0” 41' 4” Glider, loads through nose
Heinkel He-111Hae 2 Jumo-211F 1340 74' 3” 54' 6” 13' 9” 27,400 17,000 254 1,100 24,100 Bomber
Heinkel He-111Z 5 Jumo-211 (8) 115; 0” 53' 7” 13' 9” 47,000 33,000* 298 1,180 2 He-111s joined together
Heinkel He-113 1 DB-601N 1200 31' 0” 27' 0” 8' 0” 5,700* 380* 433 37,500 Fighter
Heinkel He-114 1 BMW-132N 800 44' 6” 39' 0” 7,656 5,148 208 540 22,960 Reconnaissance seaplane
Heinkel He-115 2 BMW-132K 880 75' 9” 57' 1” 23' 4” 20,020 11,670 220* 1,400* 21,320 Recon torpedo, mines
Heinkel He-162A BMW-003-E1 Jets 23' 7¾” 29' 8½” 5,940 522 242 39,400 Jet fighter
Heinkel He-177A 2 DB-610 (5) 103' 1” 72' 0” 21' 11” 68,000 290 2,000 26,500 Heavy bomber
Heinkel He-177A7 2 DB-610 (5) 120' 0” 72' 0” 21' 11” 68,000 290 26,500 Similar to He-177A
Heinkel He-177B 4 DB-603A 1750 103' 1” 72' 0” 21' 11” Similar to He-177A
Heinkel He-178 1 He-S3 Jet First jet aircraft to fly, Aug, 1939
Heinkel He-219A 2 DB-603A 1500 60' 8” 51' 0” 14' 5” 29,900 385 1,335 30,600 Dive or attack bomber
Heinkel He-219B 2 Jumo-222E/F 2500 51' 0” 14' 5” 32,550 435 Did not enter service
Heinkel He-274 4 DB-603 (1) 145' 0” 73' 0” 77,000 310 Transport bomber based on He-177
Heinkel He-280 2 BMW-003 Jet 39' 4” 34' 1” 9,550 Jet fighter, abandoned
Heinkel He-343 4 jet units Jet .. Projected, abandoned
Henschel Hs-126 1 BMW-323-A2 1000 47' 7” 35' 7” 12' 2” 7,250 220* 440 27,000 Ground support
Henschel Hs-128 2 unknown Forerunner of Hs-130
Henschel Hs-129B 2 Gnome-Rhone-14M 750* 44' 6” 33' 3” 11' 0” 11,400 8,940 275 690 29,500 Attack bomber
Henschel Hs-132 1 Jumo-004 Jet 40' 0”* 495 Dive; wooden wings, metal fuselage
Henschel Hs-130E 2 DB-603S or T
Plus 1 DB605T
108' 0” 64' 8” 38,000 320 45,000 -
50,000
3rd engine pressurizes cabin
Henschel Hs-293 Rocket unit Rocket 10' – 15' 6' – 10' 2,500* 350? Radio-controlled glider bomb
Junkers Ju-52 3/M 3 BMW-132A or T 830 95' 10” 62' 0” 14' 10” 24,200 14,325 195 800 18,000 Cargo transport
Junkers Ju-86 2 Jumo 207 or 208 1000 84' 0” 53' 0” 15' 8” 25,400 260 980 42,600 High altitude recon bomber
Junkers Ju-87D1 1 Jumo-211J 1350 45' 4” 35' 6” 12' 9” 14,500 255 1,200 24,000 Dive bomber
Junkers Ju-87D5 1 Jumo-211J 1350 49' 2½” 36' 5” 13' 0” 14, 500* 255 1,200* 24,000 Jettisonable undercarriage
Junkers Ju-88A6 2 Jumo-211G 1200 60' 3” 47' 1” 15' 9” 29,040 16,874 295 1,500 29,250 Multi-purpose bomber
Junkers Ju-88G 2 Jumo-213E 1750 65' 8” 47' 1” 15' 9” 32,350 402 1,500* Night fighter, radar
Junkers Ju-90 4 BMW-132H 880 114' 10” 86' 3” 21' 0” 49,000 29,920 236 1,300 23,620 Troop transport
Junkers Ju-90S 4 BMW-801 (3) 137' 6” 94' 9” 55,000 260 1,250 Bomber and transport
Junkers Ju-136 4 unknown Projected 4-engined Ju-86
Junkers Ju-188A 2 Jumo-213A 1776 72' 6” 49' 0” 32,000 325 1,550 33,000 Medium bomober
Junkers Ju-248
(8-263)
Rocket unit Rocket 31' 2” 26' 0” 590 109 49,000 (4) Development of Me-163B
Junkers Ju-287 4 or 6 BMW-002-A1 Jet 66' 0” 60' 0” 47,500 537 1,175 Jet bomber; prototype only
Junkers Ju-252 3 Jumo-211 (8) Larger, faster than Ju-52
Junkers Ju-288 2 Jumo-222 (7) 60' 0” 52' 0” 38,900 410 3,720 Bomber; not based on Ju-88
Junkers Ju-288C 2 DB-610A/B 2,950 (5) 75' 6” 54' 2” 50,600 385 Pressurized bomber
Junkers Ju-290 4 BMW-801D 1700 138' 0” 92' 6” 22' 6” 88,000* 52,000 280 3,785 19,700 Transport and bomber
Junkers Ju-352A 3 BMW-323R2 1000 112' 0” 79' 4” 43,000 27,500 …. 1,860 Troop carrier, transport
Junkers Ju-388J 2 Jumo-222E/F 2500 32,350 414 1,400* Pressurized night fighter
Junkers Ju-390 6 BMW-801E 1600 165' 0” 161,000 280* 4,970 Transport
Junkers Ju-488 4 BMW-801 (3) 100' 0” 66' 8” 4-engined version of Ju-188
Junkers 8-63S 4 DB-603E 1800 90' 0” 72,600 150 4,720 Composite of 2 Do-335s
Junkers Mistel 5 2 BMW-003 Jet 500 Composite of He-162 and warhead (designated Ju-268)
Junkers EF-126 1 Argus Rohr
Propulsive duct
Jet 20' 8” 6,160 480* Composite ground attack
Junkers FF-128 1 jet unit Jet 30' 2” 10,780 590 Projected tailless jet fighter
Kalkart Ka-430 Glider None 63' 9” Glider
Messerschmitt Me-108 1 Argus As-10C 225 180 540 4-place personnel carrier
Messerschmitt Me-109G 1 DB-605D 2000 32' 6” 29' 4” 12' 0” 8,700 428 350 37,800 Fighter-bomber
Messerschmitt Me-110G 2 DB-605B 1475 53' 4” 40' 4” 13' 1¼” 22,100 11,220 340 1,300 Heavy fighter, bomber
Messerschmitt Me-163B 1 Walter liquid-
Rocket unit
Rocket 30' 8” 19' 5” 9,500 550 50,000* Interceptor
Messerschmitt Me-163C 2 Walter rockets Rocket 32' 3” 23' 1” 11,280 590 52,500 (4) Smaller jet for cruising
Messerschmitt Me-209 1 DB-603 (1) Developed from Me-109
Messerschmitt Me-210 2 DB-605B 1475 53' 9” 40' 4” 21,350 365 1,400* 28,500 Fighter, dive bomber
Messerschmitt Me-261 2 DB-610 (5) 88' 0” 54' 7” 15' 6” Like a scaledl-up Me-110
Messerschmitt Me-262A 2 Jumo-004B Jet 41' 0” 34' 9” 12' 6” 15,600 10,000 530 39,400 Fighter-bomber, recon
Messerschmitt Me-264 34 Jumo-211 (8) 141' 0” 100,000* 370* 7,000 – 9,000 2 jet units for burst of speed
Messerschmitt Me-309 1 DB-603 or Jumo-213 (1), (6) Experimental only
Messerschmitt Me-321 Transport glider None Towed by 3 Me-310s
Messerschmitt Me-323D 6 Gnome-Rhone 14N 1200 180' 0” 94' 1” 24' 0”* 99,000 61,700 136 Powered glider erroneously called “Mereseburg Giant”
Messerschmitt Me-410A 2 DB-603A 1750 53' 9” 39' 10” 23,500 13,500 390 34,000 Development of Me-210
Messerschmitt Me-328B 2 AS-014 propulsive ducts Jet Mostly wood construction
Siebel Si-204D 2 Argus-411 600 69' 9” 39' 2” 14' 0” 12,300 8,600 230 930 24,600 Communications, transport, trainer
Focke-Achgelis Fa-223 1 BMW-323 1000 8,600 Helicopter, 2 large non-overlapping rotors
Focke-Achgelis Fa-284 2 BMW-801 (3) 33,000 Helicopter, never completed
Focke-Achgelis Fa-330 None None Unpowered rotor kite
Flettner Fl-282 1 SH-14 150 100 15,000 (4) Helicopter, 2 opposite-turning rotors
Flettner Fl-339 Helicopter in development













Notes:











*   Approximately










1   DB-603s vary in takeoff horsepower from 1,670 for the AA and AS models to 2,380 at sea level for the N model





2   DB-605s vary in takeoff horsepower from 1,435 for the AS model to 2,700 at sea level for the L model





3   BMW-801s vary in takeoff horsepower from 1,600 for the A, B, C and L models to 2,270 at sea level for the TQ model





4   Absolute ceiling, not service ceiling





5   The DB-610 consists of two coupled DB-605s. The DB-610 A and B models have 2,950 takeoff horsepower at sea level. DB-610C and D models have 2,870 takeoff horsepower at sea level





6   Jumo-213s vary in takeoff horsepower from 1,750 for the E model to 2,600 at sea level for the J model





7   Jumo-222s vary in takeoff horsepower from 2,500 for the A and B models (series 1) to 3,000 at sea level for the C and D models





8   Jumo-211s vary in takeoff horsepower from 960 for the A model to 1,500 for the N, P and Q models





9   Dfs designation stands for Deutsche Forschungasanstalt fur Segelflug


















This table was originally published in the January, 1946, issue of Flying magazine, pp 76-77