Kawasaki Aircraft

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Kawasaki KDA-5 / Type 92 Kawasaki KDA-5 / Type 92

1932

The first prototype flew in 1932. 380 built.

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Developed from the KDA-6 private venture reconnaissance prototype, the Kawasaki Ki-3 was designed by German ...

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Kawasaki Ki-3

1933

Kawasaki Ki-3

Kawasaki Ki-10 "Perry" / Type 95 Kawasaki Ki-10 "Perry" / Type 95

1935

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Kawasaki Ki-28

1936

Kawasaki Ki-28

Kawasaki Ki-32 "MARY" Kawasaki Ki-32 "MARY"

1937

The Ki-32 light bomber was an all-metal mid-wing monoplane powered by a single 708kW Ha-9-IIb ...

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Nakajima Ki-19

1937

Nakajima Ki-19

Kawasaki Ki-45 "Toryu" / "NICK" Kawasaki Ki-45 "Toryu" / "NICK"

1939

In early 1937 Kawasaki was instructed by the Imperial Japanese army to initiate the design and development ...

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Imperial Japanese Army aircraft confronted by the Soviet-built Tupolev SB-2 bomber, providing support for the Chinese during ...

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Kawasaki Ki-48 "LILY"

1939

Kawasaki Ki-48 "LILY"

Kawasaki Ki-56 "THALIA" Kawasaki Ki-56 "THALIA"

1940

Developed from the Lockheed 14 transport built by the Kawasaki Company under licence, the Ki-56 ...

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The first prototype flew in 1940. Did not entered production.

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Kawasaki Ki-60

1940

Kawasaki Ki-60

Kawasaki Ki-61 "Hien" / "TONY" Kawasaki Ki-61 "Hien" / "TONY"

1941

Sometimes described as a cross between a Messerschmitt Bf 109 and a North American P-51 Mustang, the Kawasaki ...

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The first prototype flew in October 1942. Did not entered production.

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Kawasaki Ki-66

1942

Kawasaki Ki-66

Kawasaki Ki-78 Kawasaki Ki-78

1942

The first prototype flew on December 26, 1942. ...

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The first prototype flew in December 1943. Did not entered production.

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Kawasaki Ki-64 "ROB"

1943

Kawasaki Ki-64 "ROB"

Kawasaki Ki-96 Kawasaki Ki-96

1943

The first prototype flew in 1943. 3 built.

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Derived from the Ki-96 twin-engine single-seat fighter, development of which was abandoned after three prototypes had been completed, ...

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Kawasaki Ki-102 "Randy"

1944

Kawasaki Ki-102 "Randy"

Kawasaki Ki-108 Kawasaki Ki-108

1944

) Pressurised high-altitude fighter developed from the Ki-102. Four built.

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The Kawasaki Ki-61-II with the company's Ha-140 engine was seen as an interim high-altitude interceptor to tackle the ...

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Kawasaki Ki-100

1945

Kawasaki Ki-100

Kawasaki C-1 Kawasaki C-1

1970

The C-1 medium-sized troop and freight transport was designed to meet a JASDF requirement for ...

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