8. Avro Lancaster
Avro Lancaster was a British heavy bomber used during the Second World War and was in service with the Royal Air Force. “Lancaster” is considered as the most productive and the most famous night bomber of World War II. It made more than 156,000 sorties and dropped more than 600,000 tons of bombs.
The first combat flight took place in March 1942. During the war there were more than 7000 “Lancaster”, but nearly half of them were destroyed by the enemy. Currently (2014) only two machines are able to fly. See the Top 10 Incredibly Advanced Jet Fighters. Also See: Top 10 hottest female tennis players of all time (+Photos)