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List of aircraft (0–Ah)


This is a list of aircraft in numerical order of manufacturer beginning with a digit, followed by alphabetical order beginning with numeral '0' through 'Ah'.

Contents

3

EADS 3 Sigma

3I

see Iniziative Industriali Italiane

3Xtrim Aircraft Factory

7

76th Fighter Squadron Inc

(Meadow Lake Airport, CO)

A

A2 Czech Ltd

(Czech Republic)

A41 Factory

(Aircraft Repairing Company A-41)

AA

(Arsenalul Aeronautic, Romania - see Arsenalul Aeronautic)

A.I.R.'s

A-B Helicopters

A-I-R GmbH

(Halblech, Germany)

AA & E

(Australian Aircraft & Engineering / N.B. Love, W.J. Warneford and H.E. Broadsmith)

  • AA & E Commercial B1

AAA

(Advanced Amphibious Aircraft)

AAA

(American Affordable Aircraft)

AAC

(Australian Aircraft Consortium pty.)

AAC

(Angel Aircraft Corporation.)

AAC

(Amphibian Airplanes of Canada)

Aachener

(Aachener Segelflugzeugbau GmbH)

  • Aachener K.F.[3]

AAI

(American Aircraft International)

AAI

(American Autogyro Inc)

AAI

(see NorthropGrumman)

AAI

(American Aviation Industries)

AAMSA

(Aeronáutica Agrícola Mexicana SA)

AASI

(Advanced Aerodynamics and Structures Inc., Burbank, CA)

Abaris

Abbott

(John L Abbott, Detroit, MI)

  • Abbott Midwing[4]

Abbott-Baynes Sailplanes Ltd

ABC Motors

Abe

(Keiichi Abe)

ABHCO

(Arab British Helicopter Company)

Abraham

(Edmond Abraham)

Abraham

(Lewis Abraham, Portsmouth, VA)

  • Abraham Z-1-X[4]

Abramovich

Abrams

(Abrams Air Craft Corp, 606 E Shiawassee St, Lansing, MI)

Abreu

(Aeronautical Engineering Co, Oakland, CA)

Abrial

See also: Levasseur-Abrial, Peyret-Abrial

Abric-Calas

  • Abric-Calas biplane[7]
  • Abric-Calas biplane glider[7]

ABS Aerolight

(Sérignan-du-Comtat, France)

ABS Aircraft

Absolut-Marine

AC Millennium

(AC Millennium Corp, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

AC Mobil 34

ACA

( ACA Industries)

ACAZ

(Ateliers de Construction Aéronautique de Zeebruges)

ACBA

(Aéro Club du Bas Armagnac)

Ace Aviation

(Kalhatti, Ooty, Tamil Nadu, India)

Ace

(Aircraft Engineering Corp, 535 E 79 St, New York, NY)

Ace

(Ace Aircraft Mfg Co (Edwin T Jacobs),)

ACE

(Essig Aero Advertising Service, Los Angeles, CA)

  • A C E 1928 monoplane[4]

Ace

(Ace Aircraft Mfg Co, Asheville, NC)

Aceair

Aces High

Acier

  • Acier monoplane[7]

ACLA

(Aero Consult Light Aircraft)

Acme

see Sierradyne

Acme

(Acme Aircraft Corporation, Loves Park, Rockford, IL)

Acme

(Acme Aircraft Co, Torrance, CA)

ACME

(Air Craft Marine Engineering Co)

Acro

(Acro Sport Inc, Hales Corners, WI)

Acrolite Aircraft

(Kakabeka Falls, Ontario, Canada)

ACS-Itaipu

(ACS Aviation - Itaipu Binacional)

ACS

(Advanced Composites Solutions)

Activian

  • Santa Ana VM-1[4]

(Admiralty Air Department)

AD & D

(Aero-Design & Development, Israel)

  • AD & D Hummingbird[13]

AD Aerospace

ADA

(Aeronautical Development Agency India)

Adam

(Designer:Roger Adam, France; Avianautic)

Adam

(Adam Aircraft Industries, Denver, CO)

Adamoli-Cattani

Adams

(J. Adams, Staten Island, NY)

Adams

(see Thorp)

Adams-Toman

(Adams-Toman Aircraft Co, Aberdeen, WA)

Adams-Wilson

(see Hobbycopter)

Adaridi

Adaro

ADC

(Aircraft Disposal Company / Airdisco) see:Airdisco

Adcox

(Adcox Aviation Trades School (Aircraft Builders Corp), Portland, OR)

Addems

(Walter J Addems, Loda, IL)

  • Addems-Nieuport 11 Replica[4]

Ader

ADI

(Aircraft Designs Inc., Monterey, CA)

Adkins

(Cliff AdkinsParkston SD.)

  • Adkins 1973 Monoplane[4]
  • Adkins Midwing[4]

Adkisson

(Earl and Jerry Adkisson, John Canfield, Lincoln, NE)

Advance

(Advance Aircraft Co)

  • Advance 1923 Biplane[4]

Advance Thun SA

(Thun, Switzerland)

Advanced Aeromarine

Advanced Aircraft

(Advanced Aircraft Corporation)

Advanced Aviation

Advanced Soaring Concepts

Adventure Air

Adventure Aircraft

Adventure SA

(Méré, Yonne, France)

Ae.

(from Dirección General de Aerotécnica (1927–1936))

AEA

(Aerial Experimental Association)

AEA

(Aeronautical Engineers Australia Research Pty Ltd)

AEC

(Aircraft Engineering Corp. 535 E 79 St, New York, NY)

AEF Air Lift System

(Houllies, France)

AEG

(Allgemeine Elektrizitäts Gesellschaft)

Aekkea-Raab

(Anonymos Etaireia Kataskevis Kai Ekmetallefseos Aeroplanon - Societe Anonyme Pour la Fabrication et l'Exploitation des Avions Raab)

Aer Lualdi

See also: Lualdi-Tassotti

Aer Pegaso

See also: CVT

Aerauto

AEREON

Aerfer

See also: Ambrosini, Aeritalia

Aerial Distributors

(Aerial Distributors Inc, Wichita, KS)

Aerial Service

Aerial Transport

(Aerial Transport Corp, New York, NY)

  • V.B.L.-1 (C D Air Express)[4]

Aerial Wheel Syndicate

Aériane

Aeris Naviter

Aeritalia

See also: Fiat, Alenia, AMX International, Aerfer

Aermacchi

See also: Macchi, AMX International

Aermas

(Automobiles Martini SA)

Aernova

Aero (Yugoslavia)

see Ikarus

Aero

(Aero Tovàrna Letadel / Aero Vodochody Národní Podnik / "Aero Vodochody National Corporation")

Aero

(Aero Sp.z o.o.)

Aero & Tech

(Fossato Di Vico, Italy)

Aero Adventure Aviation

Aero Boero

Aero Bravo

Aero Car

(Joseph L Halsmer, Lafayette, IN)

  • Aero Car 1959 Monoplane (Model 1)?[4]
  • Aero Car two seater (Model 2)?[4]
  • Aero Car Model 3[4]

Aero Commander

(prev. Aero Design & Engr Corp, Culver City, CA, later Aero Commander division of Rockwell)

Aero Composites/Aero Composite Technologies

Aero Concepts

(Aero Concepts LLC, Gainesville, FL)

Aero Design and Engineering Company

See also: Aero Commander, Rockwell

Aero Design Associates

(Aero Design Associates (pres: David Garber), Opa-Locka, FL)

Aero Designs

(Aero Designs Inc, San Antonio, TX)

Aero Dynamics

(Aero Dynamics Ltd, Div of North American Aero Dynamics (Canada), Arlington, WA)

  • Sparrow Hawk II[4]

Aero East Europe

(Kraljevo, Serbia)

Aero Electric

(Aero Electric Aircraft Corporation)

Aero Eli Servizi

(Aero Eli Servizi Costruzioni Aeronautiche)

Aero Gare

Aero Mercantil

(Aero Mercantil SA)

  • Aero Mercantil EL1 Gavilan[2]

Aero Mirage

(Aero Mirage Inc, Gainesville, FL)

Aero Nord

(Lorgies, and later Bénifontaine, France)

Aero Products

(API/Aeronautical Products Inc)

  • Aero Products A-1[4]
  • Aero Products A-3[4]

Aero Research Limited

Aero Resources

(Aero Resources Inc, Gardena, CA)

Aéro Services Guépard

Aero Spacelines

(Aero Spacelines Inc, Van Nuys, CA)

Aero Sport

(Aero Sport Aviation Co, 723 Ventura St, Santa Paula, CA)

  • Aero Sport S-2 (S-1?)[4]

Aero-Sport International

  • Aero-Sport Kahu

Aero Synergie

(Aero Synergie SARL, Villefranche-de-Rouergue, France)

Aero-Astra

(Aviatsionnyy Nauchno-Yekhnicheskiy Tsentr Aero-Astra (Aero-Astra))

Aero-Cam

Aéro-Club de Nice

  • Aéro-Club de Nice Mistralet[30]

Aéro-Club de Surenses

  • Aéro-Club de Surenses Abeille[30]

Aéro-Club des Cheminots

Aéro-Club des Métallurgistes

  • Aéro-Club des Métallurgistes Métalair[30]

Aéro-Club du Jura

  • Aéro-Club du Jura CAP Dolé[10]

Aéro-Club du Rhône et du Sud-Est

  • Aéro-Club du Rhône et du Sud-Est J3[30]

Aero-Craft

(Aero-Craft Mfg Co Inc, Detroit, MI)

Aero-Difusión

Aero-Flight

(Aero-Flight Aircraft Corp (Pres: J K Nagamatsu), Buffalo, NY)

Aero-Kros

(Aero-Kros Sp, z o. o., Krosno, Poland)

Aero-Service Jacek Skopiński

(Warsaw, Poland)

Aero-Tech

(Aero-Tech (pres: Alvin J Jarvis), Hastings, FL)

  • Aero-Tech Boeing F4B/P-12C 4/5 scale replica[4][31]

Aero-Works

Aeroálcool

(Aeroálcool Tecnologia Ltda - Aeronaves, São Paulo, Brazil)

  • Aeroálcool Quasar Lite[32]
  • Aeroálcool Quasar Fast[33]
  • Aeroálcool Quasar Baby[34]

AeroAndina

AeroCad

(AeroCad Inc, Florissant, MO)

Aerocar

Aerocar

(Aerocar International / Aerocar Inc.)

Aérocentre

(See Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre SNCAC)

Aerochia

Aerochute International

(Coburg North, Victoria, Australia)

Aerocomp

see:-Comp Air (Aerocomp Inc, Merritt Island, FL)

Aerocomp AB

(Alingsas, Sweden)

AeroCopter

  • AeroCopter Futura[37] (2003)

Aerocraft

(Aerocraft R&D)

AeroDreams

  • AeroDreams Chi-7

Aerodyne

(Aerodyne Systems Engineering Ltd.)

  • Aerodyne M74 Wasp[38]
  • Aerodyne M79 Hornet[38]

Aerodyne Systems

Aerodyne Technologies

(Talloires, France)

Aerodynos

(Aerodynos de Colombia)

Aeroflying

(Saint-Andre des Eaux, France)

Aeroitba

(ITBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

  • Aeroitba Petrel 912i[39]

AeroJames

(Ajaccio, France)

Aerokopter

AeroKuhlmann

(AeroKuhlmann, La Ferté Alais, Cerny)

Aerola

Aerolab

(Aerolab SRL, Gallarate, Italy)

AeroLift

AeroLites Inc.

(AeroLites Inc. (Pres: Daniel J Rochè), Welsh, LA)

Aeromarine

Aeromarine-Klemm

Aeromarine-LSA

(South Lakeland Airport, FL)

Aeromere

AeroMobil

Aeromobile

(Aeromobile Safety Plane Syndicate, 215 Thayer Bldg, Norwich, CT)

  • Aeromobile Safety Plane[4]

Aeromod

(Aeromod Inc (pres: E W Moore), N Little Rock, AR)

  • Loadstar Model 100[4]

Aeromot

(Aeromot, Brazil)

Aéronautic 2000

  • Aéronautic 2000 Baroudeur[1]

Aeronautica Bonomi

(Vittorio Bonomi & Camillo Silva / Aeronautica Bonomi)[46]

Aeronautica Lombarda

(Aeronautica Lombarda S.A.)

Aeronáutica Militar Española

Aeronautica Predappio

  • Aeronautica Predappio Nuova[48]

Aeronautica Umbra

Aeronautical Engineering Co

See:Abreu

Aeronautical Manufacturing Enterprise

(Aeronautical Manufacturing Enterprise - Algeria)

Aeronautical Products

See:Aero Products

Aeronava

Aeronca

(Aeronautical Corp of America)

Aeronca

Aeroneer

seePhillips

Aeroneering

Aeronix

(Aronix sarl, La Chapelle-Vendômoise, France)

Aeropepe

(Aeropepe, Recife, Brazil)

  • Flamingo

Aeropilot

(Aeropilot SRO, Calav, Czech Republic)

Aeroplastika

(Avia Baltika / Aeroplastika)

  • Aeroplastika LAK-X[52]

Aeroprakt

(Ukraine:Kiev / Russian Federation:LM Aeropract Samara / KB Aeropract / Aeropract JSC)

Aeropro CZ

Aeroprogress/ROKS-Aero

Aeroput

(Aeroput workshops, Zemun, Belgrade)

Aeroric

(AERORIC NAUCHNO-PROIZVODSTVENNOYE PREDPRIYATIE OOO (Aeroric Scientific-Production Enterprise Ltd))

Aeros

(Kiev, Ukraine)

Aeros del Sur

(Argentina)

Aeros SRO (CZ)

(Kutná Hora, Czech Republic)

AeroSamara

  • AeroSamara F-41 Elbrus[67]

Aeroscraft

  • Aeroscraft ML866
  • Aeroscraft ML868

Aeroscript

(Aeroscript Corp (Morris Kamar, Pincus Cashman, Minnie Israel), New York, NY)

  • Aeroscript 1929 Aeroplane[4]

Aerosette

(Aerosette SRO, Chrastava, Czech Republic)

Aerosonde Ltd

Aerospace

Aerospace General

Aérospatiale

(Société Nationale d'Industrie Aérospatiale)

Aerospool

(Aerospool SRO, Prievidza, Slovakia)

Aerosport OY

(Keila, Estonia)

  • Aerosport OY Evo
  • Aerosport OY Spider
  • Aerosport OY Sport
  • Aerosport OY Sport Next
  • Aerosport OY Sport Power
  • Aerosport OY Sport+
  • Aerosport OY Trike PT1+1
  • Aerosport OY Trike T1+1
  • Aerosport OY Trike PT2

Aerosport

(Aerosport Pty. Ltd.)

  • Aerosprot Supapup Mk 4[68]

Aerosport

(Aerosport Inc (Fdr: Harris L Woods), Holly Springs, NC)

AeroSports Gr

  • G-AeroSports Lygistis
  • G-AeroSports SF/1 Archon
  • G-Aerosports G802 Atairon

Aerostar

(Aerostar Aircraft Corp, Coeur d'Alene, ID)

Aerostar

(Butler Aviation, Kerrville, TX)

Aerostar

(Aerostar SA, Bacău, Romania)

Aérostructure

(Aérostructure arl, France)

Aerostyle Ultraleicht Flugzeuge

Aerosud

AeroTalleres Guarani

  • AeroTalleres Guarani Paraguay 1[69]

Aerotec

(Technologías Aeronauticas S.A. – Colombia) See: AeroAndina

Aerotec

(Aerotec S/A Industria Aeronáutica)

Aerotécnica

Aerotechnics

(Brandenburg Germany)

Aerotechnik

(Evektor-Aerotechnik, Kunovice, Czech Republic)

Aerotechnik, Entwicklung und Apparatebau

(Aerotechnik, Entwicklung und Apparatebau GmbH)

Aerotek

(Aerotek II, 1042 S Washington St, Afton, WY)

Aerotique

(Aerotique Aviation, United States)

AeroVironment

AeroVolga

AESL

(Aero Engine Services Ltd)

Aetna

(Aetna Aircraft Corp, Glendale, CA)

  • Aetna Aerocraft 2SA (later Aetna 2SA)[4]

AFCO

(AFCO Shipyard company - India)

Affordaplane Aircraft

AFG Memel

(Allgemeine Flug-Gesellschaft Memel)

AFU

(Aktiengesellschaft für Flugzeugunternehmungen)

Aggergaard

(Arthur & Peter Aggergaard, Viborg, SD)

  • Aggergaard A-1[4]

AGO

(AGO Flugzeugwerke (Aktien Gesellschaft Otto) - Johannistal / for Aeroplanbau Gustav Otto & Alberti see Otto)

Agrocopteros

(Agricopteros Ltda.) See: AeroAndina

Agusta

(Construzioni Aeronautiche Giovanni Agusta)

AgustaWestland

Ahill

Ahlert

(Gebrüder Ahlert)

Ahrens

(Ralph Ahrens, Tacoma, WA)

Ahrens

(Ahrens Aircraft Corp, Oxnard, CA)

Ahrens & Schulz

  • Ahrens & Schulz L 1 "Blauer Heinrich"[78]
  • Ahrens & Schulz L 2[79]

AHRLAC

(AHRLAC Holdings (Advanced High Performance Reconnaissance Light Aircraft))


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