F 22 Raptor The deadliest fighter aircraft of the world and the most critical component of the United States Air Force, F 22 Raptor is a fifth generation fighter plane, widely appreciated for its super agility, sensor fusion, supercruise speed and lethal attacking capabilities on highest possible operational altitude.
Sukhoi Su 35 The Sukhoi Su 35 is a single seat, twin engined supermaneuverability multirole fighter. It is a derivative of the Su 27 'Flanker', and was initially known as the Su 27M.
Designed and built by a syndicate of four different companies from UK, Italy, Spain and Germany, this fighter plane holds a long track of laurels in warfare.
SU 30MKI SU 30MKI s not initially designed to carry nuclear or strategic weapons, but newly developed IAF will receive 40 upgraded Su 30MKIs capable of carrying the BrahMos cruise missile possibly by 2012.
A lethal air supremacy fighter widely known for its unparalleled air to air combat capabilities, Rafale is a product of Dassault Aviation, a French aircraft manufacturer of military and business jets.
JAS 39 Gripen Comprising eight hardpoints to convey several missiles and bombs, the JAS 39 Gripen is a lightweight fighter plane best known for its delta wing canard design and high manoeuvrability.
It is a Supersonic carrier capable fighter aircraft. There is a single seat variant as well as a tandem seat variant which is larger and more advanced derivatives of the F/A 18C and D Hornet.
F 15 No other fighter in the history of aerial combat has a record that even comes close to the Eagle's. The F 15 is far superior to most of its brethren way better than the F 4 accelerating better, turning better, handling better.
F 16 Developed by General Dynamics, as a multirole jet fighter aircraft, the F 16 is called as the Viper, among pilots.
Mirage 2000 5 Mirage 2000 5 is available as a single seater or two seater multirole fighter. The aircraft has hands on throttle and stick (HOTAS) control. Mirage 2000 5 incorporates the Thales VEH 3020 head up display and five cathode ray tube multifunction advanced pilot systems interface (APSI) displays.