List of fictional aircraft

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List of fictional aircraft
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A F/A-37 Talon mockup on the flight deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln

This is a list of fictional aircraft, including fixed wing, rotary wing, and lighter-than-air vehicles. These vehicles are either the subject of a notable work of fiction, or else are important elements of a notable work of fiction. Vehicles in this list are intended to operate in an atmosphere.

Fictional aircraft[edit]

Military[edit]

  • ADF-01A/F FALKEN – a fictitious, thought-controlled superfighter from the Ace Combat series, armed with a devastating Tactical Laser System pod housed underneath the cockpit; developed by the fictional Gründer Industries.[1]
  • AV-14 Attack VTOL – A UNSC airborne attack vehicle, also Known as the Hornet – from the video game series Halo[4]
  • B-3 – Appears in the film Broken Arrow (1996) [5]
  • BV-38 Flying Wing – As seen in Raiders of the Lost Ark – Twin prop, bent wings. Inspired by a range of WW2 era German flying wing aircraft projects.[6][7]
  • C-21 Dragon – VTOL four-post ducted-fan VTOL assault gunship and transport – The film Avatar[8]
  • C709 Longsword-class Interceptor – the UNSC main fighter-bomber in the Halo game series.[9]
  • CFA-44 Nosferatu of the Ace Combat series, this was Estovakia's most advanced plane, with a delta wing and thrust vectoring nozzles, but low stability, and was shot down by Emmerian ace Talisman (Garuda 1)[10]
  • Dropship 79-Troop Carrier – Also known as the Pelican, is an extremely versatile craft used by the UNSC, mainly for the transportation, insertion and pickup of personnel, vehicles and equipment. Occasionally used as a support gunship in the Halo franchise[11][12]
  • F-117X Remora – Is an experimental F-117 variant used in the film Executive Decision. It’s modified to transport personnel with an in-flight docking probe designed to dock with other aircraft in midair. Originally designed to relieve fatigued bombers crews at altitude, this aircraft was used to transport a special operations unit to board a commercial airline which had been high jacked by terrorists.[citation needed]
  • F/A-37 Talon – near-future, single-seat, hypersonic mach-4 Navy fighter, with variable forward wing sweep. Operational test-stage – Stealth[14]
  • Fenrir of the Ace Combat Series, the superfighter of the Leasath military, equipped with an experimental cloaking device and a microwave radiation weapon [15]
  • F-41 Exoatmospheric Multirole Strike Fighter – A UNSC space based fighter aircraft, also known as the Broadsword. It is also capable of operating in atmosphere. From the video game series Halo [16]
Full-scale Mig 31 Firefox model used in the film Firefox parked at Van Nuys Airport, California in May 1982
  • MiG-37 Ferret-E – stealth fighter, Testors kit[21]
  • R-101/102/103 Delphinus: of the Ace Combat series, mind-controlled supersonic and one of the most advanced aircraft in the Ace Combat world serving Neucom Inc.[22]
  • SA-2 Samson – ducted-fan twin-rotor utility assault transport – The film Avatar[23]
  • Su-38 Slamhound – The Russian Spetsnaz Guard Brigade main support fighter in EndWar[24]
  • UH-144 Falcon – A troop transport used by the UNSC defense force in the Halo franchise.[25]
  • VB-02 VertibirdVTOL tiltrotor aircraft in the Fallout game series. At least two variants exist: a larger transport version that appears in Fallout 2 and a smaller, more compact gunship version armed with a rapid-firing laser weapon, unguided air-to-ground rockets and even small-yield tactical nuclear weapons, appearing in Fallout 3. The gunship variant is implied to be nuclear-powered yet still has enough internal space to carry a squad of soldiers in powered armor. Originally scheduled to be fielded in 2085, a nuclear war in 2077 stopped the project in the prototype stage until the Enclave finished and mass-produced the craft somewhere before 2241.[27]
  • Vic Viper – The main and protagonist jet fighter in video game Gradius. It is a high-performance jet fighter, capable of variable attacks.[29]
  • XA-20 Razorback – The United States Joint Strike Force main support fighter in EndWar. Also appears in HAWX as a reward for completing the game (or as a download with a UPlay account), revealing it to have stealth capabilities.[32]
  • Yak-12 – Soviet jet (painted T-33) – Jet Pilot w/ John Wayne, 1957 – The Yakovlev Yak-12 does exist, but is a light piston-engine multi-role STOL aircraft.[17]

Special operations[edit]

Commercial[edit]

Civilian[edit]

Unmanned[edit]

  • UCAV EDIExtreme Deep Invader – armed, quantum circuitry, hypersonic V/STOL mach-4 Navy test Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle, or UCAV – Callsign is Tinman – seen in Stealth 2005[75]

Aircraft carriers[edit]

Airborne aircraft carriers[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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