Breathtaking air battles with planes from the golden era of military aviation in a free-to-play massively multiplayer online game.
British planes are very diverse. One can find everything they'd want among them -- particularly light and maneuverable fighters effective in close combat, and deadly heavy fighters who can destroy both aerial and ground targets.
Even the best of the best are powerless when the enemy is hot on their tail! Join flights, coordinate your actions with your allies, use terrain to your advantage, intercept enemies and destroy ground targets.
Achieve victory together!
Train your battle skills for four classes of aircraft, each having its own unique equipment, purpose and behavior in battle. Acquire and improve over 170 aircraft by purchasing new weaponry, engines, airframes and other upgrades!
The backbone of air forces, fighers largely determine the outcome of a battle. Speedy and manoeuvrable, these aircraft are designed mainly to seek and destroy enemy aircraft.
Depending on the characteristics of a particular plane, a fighter can have an effect on vertical or horizontal combat situations, use terrain, destroy the enemy with quick bursts of fire or exhaust an opponent through twisting and turning.
They are more effective grouped into flights and provide invaluable cover work for ground attack planes and heavy fighters when they're working on destroying ground targets.
Dominant at high altitudes and speeds, they can perform deadly diving attacks and quickly disappear to the sky.
Able to fire from long distances. Have worse maneuverability than other types of fighters, but superior in strength and firepower.
Effective against ground attack planes and other heavy fighters, as well as for destroying ground targets not protected by anti-aircraft artillery.
These planes are able to change the outcome of the battle with calculated actions against enemy ground targets.
Equipped with heavy assault weapons and well-armored, these aircraft can withstand the fire of anti-aircraft guns and take punishment from enemy fighter planes.
Besides absolute superiority in head-on attacks, they can also damage an enemy plane enough to sideline it from battle completely.
In contrast to the light fighters, primarily designed to conduct air combat, multirole fighters can also effectively attack ground targets.
Slightly inferior to light fighters in characteristics, multirole fighters as a rule have more firepower. They are also inferior to Attack Aircraft in survability, but outperform them significantly in speed and manoeuvrability.
They’re pretty effective against all types of targets, albeit not as effective as specialised classes are.