It was a biplane fighter of the 1930s. Used mainly as a trainer in Luftwaffe flight schools.
Sucessor: Arado Ar 68
Airframe Engine Hub-mounted Machine gun
Ar 64 Siemens Jupiter VI No weapons 2x7.92 mm MG-08/18 (S)
Last update: Patch 0.5.3.
Stats shown are stock, stats between brackets are fully upgraded.
- Hit Points 60 (75)
- Weight 1558.0 KG (1902.8)
- Airspeed 219 (258)
- Top Speed at Sea Level 220 km/h (265)
- Top Speed at Best Altitude 250 km/h (300)
- Optimum Altitude 500 m
- Maximum Dive Speed 320 km/h (340)
- Stall Speed 70 km/h
- Rate of Climb 7.40 m/s (8.70)
- Optimum Airspeed 168 km/h (175)
- Firepower 10 (22)
- Maneuverability 375 (381)
- Average Time to Turn 360 deg 10.20 s (9.80)
- Rate of Roll 80 deg/s (81)
- Controllability 96
The Arado Ar 65 was the single-seat biplane fighter successor to the Ar 64. Both looked very similar. The only major difference was the use of the 12-cylinder inline versus the 64's radial. The wingspan was also increased.