A Timeline that shows the advancements within air-technology
Aircraft Technological advancements
Arado Ar 195 (1937
Heinkel He 176 (1939
Arado Ar530 (1940)
Blohm & Voss B155 (1943)
This was a single prototype aircraft was created by the German company Arado. Its first flight took place in 1938. That same year, The A-195 fought against Fi 167. The Fi 167 won leaving less oportunity for the A-195 rise. Due to some failures, the aircraft had drag problems that lead to the creation of only three models.
This was an aircraft created in 1939 by the Nazi group. It was the worlds first plane that was propelled by liquid fueled rocket. This prototype was tested in front of Hitler in July 3, 1939. After many attempts, it took its first full flight in July 20, 1939
This plane was made to compete with the Arado Ar 440. It was one of the first military aircraft to be pressurized and it had the capability of carrying a 500 kg bomb. . In December 5 of 1941, the aircraft was retired because its aerodynamics weren't as friendly as the Bf 109 and Bfz 109. After being retired, the original aircraft prototype was destroyed to avoid their enemies (France and GB) getting their hands on such technological advancements. (July)
This prototype was requested by the German Airliner Lufthansa with the intention of creating a plane that could land on the water and cover long haul flights. Its creation started on October of 1938. In September 7, 1940 this aircraft had its first flight that took place in Berlin. Then The Nazi decided to use it for carrying injured soldiers and weapons
The B155 was created with the purpose of making two versions: V1 and V2. The v2 ended up as an abandoned project while the V1 was continued. The V1 was capable of carrying a 1000 kg bomb and fly transatlantic distances. It took its first flight in September 1, 1944. By mid September, it was decided that this plane will be used to attack the US high-altitude bombers. It held missions until September 2, of 195 when the war was over.
Blohm & Voss Bv222 (1941
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