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This is a list of jet aircraft that were developed during the Second World War:


Allies[edit | edit source]

 United Kingdom[edit | edit source]

Experimental and test[edit | edit source]

Operational[edit | edit source]

 United States[edit | edit source]

Experimental and test[edit | edit source]

Operational[edit | edit source]

 Soviet Union[edit | edit source]

Experimental[edit | edit source]

  • Sukhoi Su-5 – combined propeller/thermojet propulsion. 1 built, first flew 6 April 1945. Grounded after piston engine failure.

Operational[edit | edit source]

  • Mikoyan-Gurevich I-250 – mixed power fighter using a motorjet engine creating jet thrust at the rear and also turning a propeller at the front. 10–20 estimated built. Overtaken by pure jet aircraft.

Axis[edit | edit source]

 Nazi Germany[edit | edit source]

Experimental and test[edit | edit source]

Operational[edit | edit source]

 Kingdom of Italy[edit | edit source]

Experimental and test[edit | edit source]

Projects[edit | edit source]

 Empire of Japan[edit | edit source]

Operational rocket aircraft[edit | edit source]

  • Kuugisho/Yokosuka MXY7 – "Ohka" Suicide Attacker – prototype jet version (Models 33, 43 & 53) of rocket-powered kamikaze aircraft was constructed but never entered service.

Experimental and test[edit | edit source]

  • Nakajima Kikka – turbojet interceptor, similar but smaller than Me 262, prototype flown.

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