German Aircraft are wonderful aircraft for Boom and Zoom (BnZ) tactics, due to their generally good climb rate and excellent energy retention. The most notable aircraft on the German tree are the Bf-109 and Fw-190, both of which have a host of variants. German planes are often hard to master, but can be used very effectively once the pilot is accustomed to the aircraft.German bombers have an average bomb load, papery Armour and the defensive weaponry is not to be relied upon. German heavy fighters can take a modest amount of punishment however they tend to catch fire very easily, they also excel at head on engagements due to their overwhelming armament.
Included in the German tree are Italian aircraft. Italy does not have its own independent tech tree, but a line of Italian planes, such as the CR.42 Falco, can be found in the German tree.
Aircraft marked with * are part of the German tech tree, but are technically.
|Horten Ho 229||
|Ju 87 G-1||Ju 87 G-2||Hs-129B-2|
Dive Bomber Edit
|Ju 87 B-2||Ju 87 R-2||Ju 87 D-3||Ju 87 D-5|
Aircraft marked with * are part of the German tech tree, but are technically Italian aircraft.
|He 111 H-3||Ju 88 A-4||S.79 1936
|S.79 1939||S.79 1941||S.79bis||S.79bis/L|
|S.79B||He 111 H-6||He 111 H-16||Do-217E-2|