B&V P.209.02   3 view      This was the second design of the B&V P.209, which featured a swept-forward wing. This was an effort to alleviate compressibility problems of straight wings at high speed, while helping to avoid the instability at low speeds suffered by swept-back wings. The HeS 011 turbojet, which was fed by a nose intake, powered this fighter. Three MK 108 30mm cannon were the projected armament.

   Model photo of the BV P.209.02

  Span: 8.1 m (26' 7")    Length: 8.78 m (28' 10")    Max. Speed: 988 km/h (614 mph)