आज की इस सूची में दुनिया के उन शीर्ष और क्लासिक फाइटर प्लेन के बारे मे नीचे बताया गया है जोकि दुनियाभर के देशों ने विश्व-युद्धों के दौरान इस्तेमाल किये थे | तो आइये जानते हैं इस बारे में कि वे लड़ाकू विमान, उनका निर्माण तथा वे कब कब इस्तेमाल हुए  –

  1. ए सी ए जेड सी.2

    ऐसीऐजेड सी.2 (ACZA C.2 / Ateliers de Contructions Aeronautique de Zeebruge) एक बेल्जियन मूलरूप शुरुवाती लड़ाकू विमान था। यह पूर्ण रूप से ड्यूरालुमिन धातु से बनाया गया था। यह अपने समय की हिसाब से सन 1926 में एक उन्नत विमान था। इसका बेल्जियन वायु सेना ने परिक्षण बेशक किया पर इस विमान को बनाने का कभी कोई आदेश प्राप्त नहीं हुआ। 25 जनवरी 1933 को प्रथम और आखरी बचा ऐसीऐजेड सी.2 टक्कर से नष्ट हो गया।

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  2. अदमोली-कतानी फ़ाईटर

    The Adamoli-Cattani fighter was a prototype fighter aircraft designed as a private venture by two Italian aircraft builders in 1918.

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  3. ऐड स्काउट

    The AD Scout (also known as the Sparrow) was designed by Harris Booth of the British Admiralty's Air Department as a fighter aircraft to defend Britain from Zeppelin bombers during World War I.

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  4. ऐइजी डी-I, डी-II, डी-III

    The AEG D.I was a biplane fighter of World War I. Three prototypes were ordered, but after the first two were involved in serious crashes, one of which killed flying ace Walter Höhndorf on September 5, 1917, development was cancelled. A triplane version was built as the Dr.I. The second and third prototypes differed little from the first except in detail.

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  5. एईजी डॉ.1

    The AEG Dr.I was a triplane fighter of World War I, based on the D.I. Only a single prototype was built and its poor performance meant that no production ensued. The Dr.I was a Dreidecker (triplane) variant of the D.I and had been inspired by a Sopwith Triplane that had been captured intact. A number of proposals for fighters with comparable characteristics were put forward, and AEG's contribution to the program appeared in October 1917. Other than the triple wing it was a D.I, the aircraft had the same fuselage, engine and twin gun armament of its earlier brethren.

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  6. एर्फ़र एरियट

    The Aerfer Ariete (Italian for Ram) was a prototype fighter aircraft built in Italy in 1958. It was a refined derivative of the Aerfer Sagittario 2, and was an attempt to bring that aircraft up to a standard where it could be mass-produced as a viable combat aircraft. Retaining most of the Sagittario 2's layout with a nose intake and ventral exhaust for the main Derwent engine, the Ariete added a Rolls-Royce Soar RS.2 auxiliary turbojet engine to provide additional power for climbing and sprinting. This used a dorsal, retractable intake with its exhaust at the tail. No production ensued; a proposed version with an auxiliary rocket engine instead of the auxiliary turbojet, the Aerfer Leone, was abandoned before a prototype could be built.

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  7. एर्फ़र सेजीटेरियो 2

    The Aerfer Sagittario 2 (Italian for sagittarius) was a prototype all-metal single-seat lightweight fighter aircraft built in Italy by Aerfer, intended to serve as an interceptor or light tactical support aircraft. First flown in 1956, it became the first Italian aircraft to break the sound barrier in controlled flight when it reached Mach 1.1 during a dive from 13,725 m (45,000 ft).

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  8. ऐरो एई 02

    The Aero Ae 02 was the first fighter aircraft to be designed and built in Oshowitz. The Aero aircraft first flew in 1920.

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  9. ऐरो ऐ 04

    The Aero Ae 04 was a Czechoslovakian biplane fighter aircraft of 1921. A development of the Ae 02, it was no more successful than its predecessor in attracting purchase orders, and it flew only in prototype form. Undaunted by the lack of interest, development continued as the A.18.

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