|General Historical Information|
|Place of origin||Poland|
|General Ingame Information|
|Debut||Debut in FH mod|
|Guns||2 x 7.92mm PWU wz.33 MG|
|Bombs||4x 12.5 kg (bomber version)|
he PZL P.11 was a Polish fighter aircraft, designed in the early 1930s by PZL in Warsaw. It was briefly considered to be the most advanced fighter aircraft design in the world. The PZL P.11 served as Poland's primary fighter defence in the Polish campaign of 1939, but by that point was outdated due to rapid advances in aircraft design in comparison to more advanced contemporary fighters, including the Hawker Hurricane and Messerschmitt Bf 109. Still, with skill and determination, Polish pilots were able to attain a remarkable number of victories on Luftwaffe, and the plane's sturdiness, maneuverability and good handling qualities helped them stage a defiant resistance under the most adverse of circumstances. Though accurate counts are sketchy, the actual number of German aircraft shot down by fighter pilots in the short campaign was probably around 105-110, to the loss of only 26 P.11s to air-combat. Given the enormous technical and numerical advantage of the Luftwaffe, these numbers show the excellent skills and determination of Polish fighter pilots and their trust in the machine that carried them into battle.
Ingame, the kineticism is considerably good, but rise performance is very weak. The firepower is also very low because of 2 7.92mm machine guns. Therefore it is necessary to continue targeting an enemy for a long time. Make use of inborn kineticism to the maximum, snap at an enemy plane tenaciously and shoot it down.