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Arado SD I Arado SD I

1927

Of relatively advanced concept and the first fighter to be built by the Arado Handelsgesellschaft of ...

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Larger and substantially heavier than the preceding SD I, and utilising a more conventional unequal-span biplane wing ...

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Arado SD II

1929

Arado SD II

Arado SD III Arado SD III

1929

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Single-seat biplane fighter developed in 1930 from the Arado S.H trainer and powered by a ...

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Arado Ar 64

1930

Arado Ar 64

Arado SSD I Arado SSD I

1930

Built in 1930 as a catapultable single-seat float fighter, the SSD I possessed no commonality with ...

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Two-seat biplane trainer powered by a 179kW Argus As 10 engine.

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Arado Ar 66

1933

Arado Ar 66

Arado Ar 65 Arado Ar 65

1933

Development of the Ar.64 powered by a 372kW BMW VI inline engine. The first prototype ...

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Biplane fighter. The Ar 67 was smaller than the Ar 65, and ...

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Arado Ar 67

1933

Arado Ar 67

Arado Ar 68 Arado Ar 68

1934

Five prototypes of this new and improved single-seat fighter biplane appeared in 1933, powered by ...

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Single-seat fighter, a monoplane with fixed landing gear. Production ...

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Arado Ar 80

1934

Arado Ar 80

Arado Ar 81 Arado Ar 81

1934

Biplane dive bomber with a better performance than the ...

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The Ar 76 was a lightweight home-defence fighter and advanced ...

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Arado Ar 76

1935

Arado Ar 76

Arado Ar 96 Arado Ar 96

1936

Tandem two-seat monoplane trainer with retractable landing gear. Powered by one 335kW Argus As.410A engine ...

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Developed as a naval torpedo-bomber and reconnaissance biplane for use from a proposed German aircraft ...

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Arado Ar 95

1936

Arado Ar 95

Arado Ar 196 Arado Ar 196

1937

The Ar.196 monoplane was a development of the Ar.95 and the first prototype flew in ...

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This was a development of the Ar 95 with wheeled landing gear, ...

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Arado Ar 195

1937

Arado Ar 195

Arado Ar 197 Arado Ar 197

1937

Biplane fighter, a development of the Ar 68 intended for use ...

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Reconnaissance aircraft, a single-engined mid-wing design. The Luftwaffe initially ...

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Arado Ar 198

1938

Arado Ar 198

Arado Ar 79 Arado Ar 79

1938

Designed as an aerobatic two-seat training and touring aircraft, the Arado Ar 79 first appeared ...

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The Ar.232 was a uniquely styled transport aircraft. The first prototype flew in 1941 powered ...

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Arado Ar 232

1940

Arado Ar 232

Arado Ar 231 Arado Ar 231

1941

The Ar 231 was a small reconnaissance floatplane, build in easily ...

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Intended to be produced as a high-speed and high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, night fighter and bomber, ...

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Arado Ar 240

1942

Arado Ar 240

Arado Ar 440 Arado Ar 440

1942

Development of the Ar 240, abandoned on favour of the Do 335. Four built.

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Arado's Ar.234 has the historical distinction of being the world's first turbojet bomber to enter ...

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Arado Ar 234 Blitz

1943

Arado Ar 234 Blitz

Arado Ar 396 Arado Ar 396

1943

Development of the Ar 96. Production continued in France after ...

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