Messerschmitt Bf 109 B

The Bf 109B is a German Tier IV Fighter warplane.

The winner of the contest to become the principal fighter aircraft with the Luftwaffe. Early modifications were used in Spain and in the initial period of World War II.

Crew: Pilot 1

Price: Coins 150,000

Predecessor: Fighter IconArado Ar 80

Sucessor: Fighter IconMesserschmitt Bf 109E

Stock ConfigurationEdit

Airframe           Engine         Hub-mounted          Machine gun

Airframe         Engine           Mg               Mg

  Bf 109 B             Jumo 210B       7.92 mm MG-17 (H)       2x7.92 mm MG-17 (S)


Bf 109b

Last update: Patch 0.5.3.

Stats shown are stock, stats between brackets are fully upgraded.

Hit points

  • Hit Points 150
  • Weight 1994.2 kg (2197.2)


  • Airspeed 436 (473)
  • Top Speed at Sea Level 385 km/h (446)
  • Top Speed at Best Altitude 468 km/h (540)
  • Optimum Altitude 1200 m
  • Maximum Dive Speed 680 km/h
  • Stall Speed 150 km/h (153)
  • Rate of Climb 11.70 m/s (13.80)
  • Optimum Airspeed 315 km/h (330)


  • Firepower 44 (104)


  • Maneuverability 322 (291)
  • Average Time to Turn 360 deg 17.10 s (18.60)
  • Rate of Roll 120 deg/s (116)
  • Controllability 94 (88)

Historical InfoEdit

Bf 109b historical

The Messerschmitt Bf 109, often called Me 109 (most often by Allied pilots and aircrew), was a German World War II fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt and Robert Lusser during the early to mid-1930s.[2] It was one of the first truly modern fighters of the era, including such features as all-metal monocoque construction, a closed canopy, a retractable landing gear, and was powered by a liquid-cooled, inverted-V12 aero engine.

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