he Kawasaki Ki-56 (一式貨物輸送機, Type 1 Freight Transport) was a Japanese two-engine light transport aircraft used during World War II. It was known to the Allies by the reporting name "Thalia". 121 were built between 1940 and 1943.
Mitsubishi Ki-67 0-148. The Mitsubishi Ki-67 Hiryu Flying Dragon was a twin-engine heavy bomber produced by Mitsubishi and used by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force in World War II. Its Army designation was "Type 4 Heavy , The Ki-67 was the result of a 1941 Japanese army specification for a successor to the Nakajima Ki-49. Allied Code name: Peggy.
Arado Ar 232 was a German World War 2 medium transport plane. It was the most advanced plane of its type and the first modern transport. Military transports still follow the principles set forth in this design, essentially a flying boxcar with high tail, rear ramp for loading and low clearance wheels. Only 25 were made but they were reliable and very well liked for their capabilities, including being able to move small vehicles and gasoline.
'Shiden’ in Japanese means ‘Violet Lightning’ and the Kawanishi N1K-J Shiden was in fact a bright prospect for Japanese air force in World War 2. Codenamed George, the Kawanishi N1K-J was a single-seater interceptor and fighter-bomber aircraft. It was used from 1943 till the end of the war. It was made in such a way that it could sustain even heavy damages which was unique for Japanese aircraft. Both the pilots who flew it and those who confronted it consider it one of the best.
The Macchi C.202 Folgore ("thunderbolt") was a World War II fighter aircraft built by Macchi Aeronautica and operated by the Regia Aeronautica (RA; Royal Air Force). Macchi aircraft designed by Mario Castoldi received the "C" letter in their model designation, hence the Folgore is referred to as the C.202 or MC.202. Considered to be one the best wartime fighters to serve in large numbers with the Regia Aeronautica, the Folgore operated on all fronts in which Italy was involved