List of aircraft of the French Air Force during World War II

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Aircraft of the French Air Force and Naval Aviation during the Battle of France in 1940 and aircraft of the Free French Air Force (FAFL).

The list is not complete and includes obsolete aircraft used for training as well as prototype and pre-production aircraft.

List is in alphabetical order by manufacturer or designer.

Aircraft of the Battle of France, 1940[edit]

Amiot[edit]

ANF Les Mureaux[edit]

Arsenal[edit]

  • Arsenal VG-33 light wooden-built fighter for rapid production, only few built and used.

Besson[edit]

Blériot-SPAD[edit]

Bloch[edit]

Breguet[edit]

  • Bre.XIX biplane light bomber
  • Bre.270 observation
  • Bre.482 heavy bomber, single complete prototype destroyed in German air-raid in 1942
  • Bre.521 "Bizerte" - flying-boat
  • Bre.691 twin engine light ground attack bomber
  • Bre.693 Bre.691 with different engines
  • Bre.695 Bre.693 with larger engines

CAMS[edit]

  • CAMS 37 ship-borne flying boat
  • CAMS 55 maritime reconnaissance flying boat

Caproni (Italian)[edit]

Caudron[edit]

Curtiss (American)[edit]

de Havilland (British)[edit]

Dewoitine[edit]

Douglas[edit]

Farman/SNCAC[edit]

Gourdou-Leseurre[edit]

Hanriot[edit]

Koolhoven[edit]

  • FK.58 fighter, about 13 pressed into action in May 1940

Latécoère[edit]

Levasseur[edit]

  • PL.10 torpedo bomber
  • PL.101 torpedo bomber
  • PL.14 torpedo bomber floatplane
  • PL.15 torpedo bomber floatplane

Lioré et Olivier[edit]

Loire[edit]

Loire-Nieuport[edit]

SFCA Maillet[edit]

Martin (American)[edit]

Mauboussin[edit]

Morane-Saulnier[edit]

Nardi (Italian)[edit]

Nieuport-Delage[edit]

North American (American)[edit]

  • NAA-57 trainer/reconnaissance
  • NAA-64 trainer/reconnaissance

Potez[edit]

Romano/SNCASE[edit]

Salmson[edit]

SNCAO[edit]

SNCASE[edit]

Vought (American)[edit]

  • V.156 carrier-borne dive bomber

Wibaut-Penhoët[edit]

Aircraft of the Free French Air Forces, 1940-1945[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]