Luftwaffe Collection (Windows)

Luftwaffe Collection Screenshots

Windows version

This is the WWI Albatross D.Va in the livery of Jasta 5, Imperial German Military Aviation service, circa 1918
The WWI Fokker E III Eindecker
The WWI Fokker DR 1 triplane
This is the WWII Blohm und Voss BV 138 flying boat
Yup! It's a WWII manned flying bomb. Apparently this was the prototype of the unmanned version that saw service as the V-1.
Flettner Fi 282 Kolibri Helicopter was developed for naval use in WWII
The formidable WWII Focke-Wulf Fw. 190 D-9
The Focke-Wulf Fw. 190 D-9 cockpit view
This is the WWII Heinkel He III with a decently modelled pilot in the cockpit.
The WWII 'Stuka' dive bomber, aka the Junkers 87\B
The WWII Messerschmitt 262 was the world's first turbojet aircraft to enter military service.
The Sikorsky Ch-53 helicopter
The Eurofighter 'Typhoon'. The cones sticking out of the back are not especially convincing by today's, 2012, standards but that's the way jet exhaust was depicted when these planes were modelled
The Fiat G91/R in Luftwaffwe livery
The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter
The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29
The cockpit of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29
Sadly most of these don't have a virtual cockpit. This is the virtual cockpit view of the Mig 29.
The Phantom RF-4E in Luftwaffe livery
This is the Phantom's cockpit which is OK when looking straight ahead
This doesn't work so well. It's the Phantom's cockpit looking ahead and to the left. Part of the cockpit structure has moved but the instrument panel remains static
This is the Republic F84 Thunderflash
Like the Phantom the Thunderflash cockpit looks great when looking straight ahead.
Also like the Phantom the Thunderflash cockpit looks decidedly odd when looking ahead & left, or anything other than straight ahead.
The Panavia Tornado
The Panavia Tornado with air brakes deployed
The back of the Zeppelin 'Hindenberg'
The front of the Zeppelin 'Hindenberg'. Gosh this thing is really, really big. Fully deserving of the name 'airship' rather than 'aircraft'.
The bridge of the Zeppelin Hindenberg. I was disappointed that, for me, the wheel did not seem to move as I moved the joystick
The Hindenberg does not support a virtual bridge view