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Bf 109G-14
  • Fighter
  • Messerschmitt

Produced until the very end of World War II (23,500 aircraft), the Bf-109G was the most mass-produced model of the Bf-109 aircraft in terms of quantity.

The pilots of this car noted that a slight increase in speed (achieved by installing a more powerful DB-605 engine) resulted in a deterioration in the overall controllability of the car.

The Bf 109G went into production in the summer of 1942 and was produced in versions with a pressurized cabin (odd version numbers) and without a pressurized cabin (even numbers).

The main modifications were the G-1 and G-2 with the DB-605A engine, one 20mm cannon and two 7.62mm machine guns; G-3 and G-4 with modified radio equipment; G-5 and G-6 with more powerful gun armament.

Armament Me 109G6 - one 15-mm MG-151/15 motor machine gun with 150 rounds of ammunition and two 13-mm MG-131 synchronous machine guns with 150 rounds of ammunition per machine gun and two 20- mm guns MG-151/20 in gondolas under the wing with ammunition for 120 rounds per gun.

In addition, there were reconnaissance versions of the G-8 and G-10, equipped with an 1850-horsepower DB-605D engine and a training two-seat G-12.

The G-14 was an improved version of the G-6, while the G-16 was an improved version of the G-14. The pressurized cabin was not installed on models starting with Bf-109G-6.

Bf109G-8 WNr 200413 NA Gr12, August 1944

Crew 1
Wing span, m 9.92
Length, m 8.85
Height, m 2.50
PE DB-605A, hp 1475
Weight, kg:
Empty weight 2673
Maximum takeoff weight 3680
Maximum speed, km/h 621
Time to 5700m, min 6
Service ceiling, m 11550
Service range, m 1000
20-mm and 30-mm cannon under engine,
2 × 7.92-mm machine guns in nose, external bomb load, kg
Photo Description
Drawing Bf 109 G6

Drawing Bf 109 G6

Drawing Bf 109 G6

Drawing Bf 109 G10

Bf 109G-6, W. Nr. 15562

The Bf 109G-6, W. Nr. 15562, CN+WF with under wing cannons MG 151/20.

Bf 109G-10 in flight

The Bf 109G-10 in flight

Bf.109G6 from JG 52

Bf.109G6 from JG 52


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  • "Encyclopedia of military engineering" /Aerospace Publising/
  • "The air war" /№ 61/