Technologies used in aeronautics are becoming increasingly sophisticated and challenging. Fighters, in particular, are endowed with exponential powers, with truly amazing gadgets. It is difficult to establish a ranking because each aircraft evolves in different fields of expertise. So, we announce it immediately, this ranking is subjective. Then, discover our ranking through this top 10 of the best fighter jets:
- The Dassault Rafale
- The F-22 raptor
- The Eurofighter Typhoon
- The McDonnell Douglas F / A-18 Hornet
- The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
- General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon
- The Mitsubishi F-2
- MITSUBISHI A6M ZERO
- P -51 MUSTANGS
- Typhoon fighter
1. The Dassault Rafale
The Dassault Rafale was developed by the French manufacturer Dassault Aviation to replace the French military aircraft in the mid-1980s. The program also made a splash in the Eurofighter project, which Dassault considered irrelevant to the French defense.
The Rafale is an omnidirectional aircraft capable of carrying out several air/air, air/ground missions on a single flight. Long considered too expensive and avoided arms contracts, its effectiveness in the field to wipe out the weakening of the Americans whose goal is to make the French aircraft manufacturer disappear.
2. The F-22 Raptor
Made in the United States in the late 1980s, the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor is the most powerful fighter in the world. It is a stealth fighter aircraft with supersonic speed and superb maneuverability. So why isn’t it the first? All things considered, it’s straightforward, a program that has far surpassed its expenses.
The F22 is an interceptor aircraft; great for air/air or dog combat, but the only problem is that there is hardly any more aerial combat. An expensive gem for nothing special. In addition, the plane constantly encounters technical problems.
3. The Eurofighter Typhoon
The Eurofighter Typhoon fighter aircraft was developed by the Eurofighter GmbH consortium, which includes the UK, Spain, Italy, and Germany. It is a multi-role twin-engine aircraft, the first series of which was launched in 2004.
Originally Dassault Aviation was supposed to be on board with EADS, but the French manufacturer found the project unambitious and turned to its own solution. Today the Eurofighter looks more like a Rafale of poor people. Multi-job however not omnirrole. The Eurofighter is as yet a magnificent airplane.
4. The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
In the fourth spot in the positioning is the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet, an American multi-job warrior. With approximately 1,005 aircraft in operation, it is one of the most widely used fighters in the world. Destined to give way to the F-35, the F18 is still an aircraft of operational quality.
The McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet may be a twin-engine, supersonic, all-weather, carrier-capable, multirole fighter jet, designed as both a fighter and a fighter (hence the F/A designation).
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5. The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
Known as “air prevalence”, the MacDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle was created by the Americans during the 1970s. It has a variation, the F-15E Strike Eagle for ground assault missions. An aircraft (airplane) guide for the F-15 Eagle manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. We provide manufacturing aircraft (104 aircraft), news articles (77), airplane photos (1,865 aerial photos), and aviation events (9) related to the F-15 Eagle, which is of interest to aviation fans.
6. General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon
Endorsed by the United States, the F-16 E/F Falcon goes back to the 1970s. It is the most used fighter aircraft in the world in 2013, with 2,309 active aircraft. An aircraft (airplane) guide for the F-16 Fighting Falcon manufactured by General Dynamics.
We provide manufacturing aircraft (246 aircraft), news articles (172), airplane photos (3,596 aerial photos), and aviation events (146) related to the F-16 Fighting Falcon that aviation fans will love.
7. The Mitsubishi F-2
This Japanese fighter is a multi-role fighter aircraft. Also called Zero Viper, it stands out above all for speed and maneuverability. Mitsubishi F-2 (English: Mitsubishi F-2, Japanese: Mitsubishi F2) fighter aircraft, Japan Air Self-Defense Force main fighter aircraft model Noichi, Ya fighter replacement F-1 fighter aircraft missionary successor model.
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8. P-51 Mustang Fighter Jet
Short of planes and pilots, in 1939 the British asked the United States to produce the obsolete P-40 War hawk. These, in just 117 days, designed an aircraft destined to become perhaps the best among those of the Allies, the Mustang.
Updated several times during the war, it became an extremely versatile aircraft, capable of flying higher than all the others and performing the most varied missions, from simple reconnaissance to bombing. It had 6 machine guns on board (initially 4). Allied air supremacy was also achieved thanks to this aircraft.
9. Mitsubishi A6M Zero
In the early stages of the conflict, no Star and Stripe fighter possessed the same firepower, agility, and range as zero. Proven its worth during the war against China, this fighter was present in Pearl Harbor, where the Allies finally recognized its strength.
Although it was not the only aircraft supplied to the Japanese aviation and navy, this fighter, thanks to its great autonomy, was often the first to cross enemy aircraft and hence its great fame. While the Allies improved their aircraft, the Japanese remained behind in the technological race; this plane ended up being used in the last phase of the war by the famous kamikaze. Onboard it was equipped with two cannons and two machine guns.
10. Sukhoi Su-35
Su-35 / Sukai 35 (Сухой Су-35, NATO code name: Flanker-E) is a fourth-generation semi-heavy fighter with long-range, multi-purpose, air superiority and strike characteristics. It has the same lineage design as Su-27, with similar performance features and parts; it can also be said to be a special version of Su-30. It also contributed to the development of Su-35BM (later renamed Su-35S). Top speed: 2,778 km / h. Range: 4,500 km. Unit price: US$76.4 million