List of aircraft (0-A)

This is a list of aircraft in numerical order of manufacturer followed by alphabetical order beginning with 'A'.

3

EADS 3 Sigma

3I

see Iniziative Industriali Italiane

3Xtrim Aircraft Factory

20

20th Century

(20th Century Aircraft Corp (pres; Fred Arnoldi), Ravena NY.)

  • 20th Century Sky King[1]

76

76th Fighter Squadron Inc

(Meadow Lake Airport, Colorado, United States)

A

A2 CZ

(Czech Republic)

A41 Factory

(Aircraft Repairing Company A-41)

A.I.R.'s

  • A.I.R.'s Maestro[2]
  • A.I.R.'s Allegro[2]

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

(American Affordable Aircraft)

AAC

(Australian Aircraft Consortium pty.)

AAC

(Angel Aircraft Corporation.)

AAC

(Amphibian Airplanes of Canada)

AAI

(American Aircraft International)

AAI

(American Autogyro Inc)

AAI

(see NorthropGrumman)

AAI

(American Aviation Industries)

AII

(Aviation Industries of Iran)

  • AII AVA-505 Thunder
  • AII IR-H5
  • Zafar 300
  • IRGC Shahed 274

AAMSA

(Aeronáutica Agrícola Mexicana SA)

AASI

(Advanced Aerodynamics and Structures Inc., Burbank CA)

Abaris

Abbott

(John L Abbott, Detroit MI.)

  • Abbott Midwing[3]

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[3]

Abramovich

Abrams

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

Abreu

(Aeronautical Engineering Co, Oakland CA.)

  • Abreu AE-5[3]

Abrial

See also: Levasseur-Abrial, Peyret-Abrial

Abric-Calas

  • Abric-Calas biplane[6]
  • Abric-Calas biplane glider[6]

ABS Aerolight

(Sérignan-du-Comtat, France)

ABS Aircraft

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[3]

Ace

(Ace Aircraft Mfg Co, Asheville NC.)

Aceair

Aces High

Acier

  • Acier monoplane[6]

Adams-Wilson

()

AC Millennium

(AC Millennium Corp, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

AC Mobil 34

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, Ontraio, Canada)


ACS-Itaipu

(ACS Aviation - Itaipu Binacional)

ACS

(Advanced Composites Solutions)

Activian

  • Santa Ana VM-1[3]

(Admiralty Air Department)

AD & D

(Aero-Design & Development, Israel)

  • AD & D Hummingbird[10]

AD Aerospace

ADA

(Aeronautical Development Agency India)

Adam

(Designer:Roger Adam, France)

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

Adcox

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

Addems

(Walter J Addems, Loda IL)

  • Addems-Nieuport 11 Replica[3]

Ader

ADI

(Aircraft Designs Inc., Monterey CA.)

Adkins

(Cliff AdkinsParkston SD.)

  • Adkins 1973 Monoplane[3]
  • Adkins Midwing[3]

Adkisson

(Earl and Jerry Adkisson, John Canfield, Lincoln NB.)

Advance

(Advance Aircraft Co)

  • Advance 1923 Biplane[3]

Advanced Aeromarine

Advanced Aircraft

(Advanced Aircraft Corporation)

  • Advanced Aircraft Turbine P-210[2]
  • Advanced Aircraft Regent 1500[2]

Advanced Aviation

Advanced Soaring Concepts

Adventure Air

Adventure Aircraft

Adventure SA

(Paris, France)

Ae.

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

AEA

(Aeronautical Engineers Australia Research Pty Ltd)

AEC

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

  • AEC K-1 Ace[3]

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 Experimental Association

Aerial Transport

(Aerial Transport Corp, New York NY)

  • V.B.L.-1 (C D Air Express)[3]

Aerial Wheel Syndicate

Aériane

Aeris Naviter

Aeritalia

See also: Fiat, Alenia, AMX International, Aerfer

Aermacchi

See also: Macchi, AMX International

Aermas

(Automobiles Martini SA)

  • Aermas 386[2]

Aernova

Aero (Yugoslavia)

see Ikarus

Aero

(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)?[3]
  • Aero Car two seater (Model 2)?[3]
  • Aero Car Model 3[3]

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, Florida, United States)

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[3]

Aero Gare

Aero Mirage

(Aero Mirage Inc., Gainesville FL)

Aero Products

(API/Aeronautical Products Inc)

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

Aero Research Limited

Aero Resources

(Aero Resources Inc, Gardena CA.)

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?)[3]

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[23]

Aéro-Club de Surenses

  • Aéro-Club de Surenses Abeille[23]

Aéro-Club des Cheminots

Aéro-Club des Métallurgistes

  • Aéro-Club des Métallurgistes Métalair[23]

Aéro-Club du Jura

  • Aéro-Club du Jura CAP Dolé[8]

Aéro-Club du Rhône et du Sud-Est

  • Aéro-Club du Rhône et du Sud-Est J3[23]

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-Tech

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

  • Aero-Tech Boeing F4B/P-12C 4/5 scale replica[3][24]

Aero-Works

Aeroálcool

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

  • Aeroálcool Quasar Lite[25]
  • Aeroálcool Quasar Fast[26]
  • Aeroálcool Quasar Baby[27]

AeroAndina

AeroCad

(AeroCad Inc, Florissant, Missoruri, United States)

Aerocar

Aerocar

(Aerocar International / Aerocar Inc.)

Aerocentre

(See Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre SNCAC)

Aerochia

Aerochute International

(Coburg North, Victoria, Australia)

Aerocomp

(Aerocomp Inc, Merritt Island FL.)

Aerocomp AB

(Alingsas, Sweden)

AeroCopter

  • AeroCopter Futura[30] (2003)

Aerocraft

(Aerocraft R&D)

AeroDreams

  • AeroDreams Chi-7

Aerodyne

(Aerodyne Systems Engineering ltd.)

  • Aerodyne M74 Wasp[31]
  • Aerodyne M79 Hornet[31]

Aerodyne Systems

Aerodynos

(Aerodynos de Colombia)

Aeroflying

(Saint-Andre des Eaux, France)

Aeroitba

(ITBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

  • Aeroitba Petrel 912i[32]

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, Louisiana, United States)

Aeromarine

Aeromarine-Klemm

Aeromere

Aeromobile

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

  • Aeromobile Safety Plane[3]

Aeromod

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

  • Loadstar Model 100[3]

Aeromot

(Aeromot, Brazil)

Aéronautic 2000

  • Aéronautic 2000 Baroudeur[2]

Aeronautica Bonomi

(Vittorio Bonomi & Camillo Silva / Aeronautica Bonomi)[37]

Aeronautica Lombarda

(Aeronautica Lombarda S.A.)

Aeronáutica Militar Española

Aeronautica Predappio

  • Aeronautica Predappio Nuova[39]

Aeronautica Umbra

Aeronautical Engineering Co

See:Abreu

Aeronautical Manufacturing Enterprise

(Aeronautical Manufacturing Enterprise - Algeria)

Aeronautical Products

See:Aero Products

Aeronca

(Aeronautical Corp of America)

Aeronco

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[43]

Aeropract

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

  • Aeroprakt A-23 Dragon[10]
  • Aeroprakt A-27[10]
  • Aeroprakt A-33 Dragon[10]

Aeroprakt

(Ukraine:Kiev)

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)

Aeroscraft

  • Aeroscraft ML866
  • Aeroscraft ML868

Aeroscript

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

  • Aeroscript 1929 Aeroplane[3]

Aerosette

(Aerosette SRO, Chrastava, Czech Republic)

Aerosonde Ltd

Aerospace

Aerospace General

Aérospatiale

(Société Nationale d'Industrie Aérospatiale)

Aerospool

(Aerospool SRO, Prievidza, Slovakia)

Aerosport

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

AeroSports Gr

  • AeroSports Lygistis
  • AeroSports SF/1 Archon

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[51]

Aerotec

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

Aerotec

(Aerotec S/A Industria Aeronáutica)

Aerotécnica

Aerotechnik

(Evektor-Aerotechnik, Kunovice, Czech Republic)

Aerotechnik

(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)[3]

AFCO

(AFCO Shipyard company - India)

AFG Memel

(Allgemeine Flug-Gesellschaft Memel)

AFU

(Aktiengesellschaft für Flugzeugunternehmungen)

Aggergaard

(Arthur & Peter Aggergaard, Viborg SD.)

  • Aggergaard A-1[3]

AGO

(AGO Flugzeugwerke (Aktien Gesellschaft Otto) / Aeroplanbau Gustav Otto & Alberti)

Agrocopteros

(Agricopteros Ltda.) See: AeroAndina

Agusta

(Construzioni Aeronautiche Giovanni Agusta)

AgustaWestland

Ahill

Ahrens

(Ralph Ahrens, Tacoma WA.)

Ahrens

(Ahrens Aircraft Corp, Oxnard CA.)

Aichi

(Aichi Tokei Denki Kabushiki Kaisha - Aichi Watch and Electric Machinery Company Ltd. / Aichi Kokuki Kabushiki Kaisha - Aichi Aircraft Company Ltd.)

AIDC

(漢翔航空工業股份有限公司 - Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation)

Aiglon

(Société Aiglon)

  • Aiglon Roulier[67]

AIL

(Aeronautical Industries of Louisiana, Monroe LA.)

Aimé-Salmson

(Emannuel Aimé & Émile Salmson)

  • Aimé-Salmson 1909 Autoplane[6]

Air & Space

(Air & Space Mfg Inc, Muncie IN.)

Air Boss

(Southern Aircraft Corp)

  • Air Boss 1928 Biplane[3]

Air Capital

(Air Capital Mfg Co.)

  • Watkins SL-1[3]

Air Command

(Air Command International, Caddo Mills, Texas, United States)

Air Copter

(Lherm, France)

Air Creation

(Air Creation SARL)

Air Department

(Admiralty Air Department)

Air Energy

Air Est Services

(Air Est Services, France)

Air Force Aircraft Manufacturing Factory

(Chinese Republic)

Air Leader

(Air Leader Airplane Co, Floral Park NY.)

Air Magic Ultralights

(Houston, Texas)

Air Products Company

Air Quest International

(see: Zalazar)

Air Roamer

(George Maves & Jimmie Watkins, Clover Field, Santa Monica CA.)

  • Air Roamer 1928 Monoplane[3]

Air Scooter

Air Sports

(Air Sports Aircrafts [sic] Gmbh and Co KG, Wellersen, Germany)

Air-Sud-Ouest

  • Air-Sud-Ouest 1070 Griffon[23]

Air Sylphe

(Villereau, Nord, France)

Air Tractor

(Air Tractor Inc (pres: Leland Snow), Olney TX.)

Air-Craft

(Air-Craft Corp of America, Portland IN,)

  • Air-Craft Falcon[3]

Air-Istocrat

(United States Aircraft Corp, 76 Nelson St, New Brunswick NJ.)

  • Air-istocrat SP-7[3]
  • Air-istocrat SR-4[3]
  • Air-istocrat SR-5[3]

Air-Row

(American Aircraft Corp, Chicago IL.)

  • Air-Row Arrow B-7[3]

Air-space

Airbet

(Airbet Serveis Aeronautics, Barcelona, Spain)

Airborne Windsports

(Redhead, New South Wales, Australia)

Airbridge

(Moscow, Russia)

Airbus

(Airbus industrie - part of EADS, now Airbus Group)

Airbus Helicopters

Airco

(Aircraft Manufacturing Company)

Airconcept

Aircore

(Aircore Industries)

AirCoupe

(AirCoupe Div, Air Products Co Ltd)

Aircraft Associates

(Aircraft Associates Inc, Long Beach CA.)

  • Aircraft Associates J-2 Cub[3]

Aircraft Builders

(Aircraft Builders Co, Coldwater MI.)

  • Aircraft Builders Parrot[3]

Aircraft Builders Club

(Aircraft Builders Club, Lakewood (Cleveland) OH.)

  • Aircraft Builders Club 1930 Biplane[3]

Aircraft Cooperative Mechta

Aircraft Designs

Aircraft Disposal Company

(Airdisco)

Aircraft Engineering Corp

(see Ace)

Aircraft Engineers

(Aircraft Engineers Inc., Chicago IL)

  • Aircraft Engineers B-2[3]

Aircraft Industries of Canada

  • AIC Super Cheetah

Aircraft Manufacturing Company

(Aircraft Mfg Co, (possibly Ft Worth) TX.)

  • Texas Bullet[3]

Aircraft Research

Aircraft Sales and Parts

Aircraft Specialties

(Aircraft Specialties Co, Saugus CA.)

  • Aircraft Specialties Betsa Bird[3]
  • Aircraft Specialties Wing Ding[3]

Aircraft Technologies

(Aircraft Technologies Inc, Lilburn, Georgia, United States)

Airdale

(Airdale Flyer Company)

Airdisco

(Aircraft Disposal Company)

Airdrome Aeroplanes

Aire-Kraft

(Aire-Kraft Co, Washington PA.)

  • Aire-Kraft OHS-111 'Cabin-Aire'[3]

Airflow

(Airflow S.P.R.L.)

Airgo

(Airgo Mfg Co (J Henley), Guthrie OK.)

Airkraft

(Airkraft Gmbh Leichtflugzeugbau, Beringen, Switzerland)

Airline

(Airline Transportation Co (fdr: L E Hardy), Los Angeles CA.)

  • Airline Arrow[3]

AirLony

Airmass Inc.

Airmaster

(Airmaster Helicopters)

Airmaster

(Airmaster Inc (pres: Lawrence Matanski), Renton WA.)

Airmax

(Airmax Construcoes Aeronautica)

Airmotive Engineers

(Pontiac Oakland Airport, Pontiac, Michigan, United States)

Airo

(Airo Aviation FZ-LLC, Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone, United Arab Emirates)

Airplane Alley

(Airplane Alley - Mike Huffman)

  • Bede-Huffman BD-8[24]

Airplane Factory, The

(The Airplane factory (Pty) Ltd, Tedderfield Airpark, Eikenhof, Johannesburg South, South Africa)

Airship Development

Airship Manufacturing

Airspeed

(Airspeed Ltd)

Airsport

(Airsport SRO, Zbraslavice, Czech Republic)

Airtec

(CASA / Nutanio joint venture)

Airtech Canada

Airtrike

(Airtrike GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

AirUtility

(AirUtility Cargo Co, North Sacramento CA.)

  • AirUtility AU-18[3]
  • AirUtility AU-18-150B[3]
  • AirUtility AU-27[3]

Airwings

(Airworthy Airplane Co (George Antolchick & Frederick H Jolly), Chicago IL.)

  • Airwings X[3]

Airworthy

(Airworthy Airplane Co (George Antolchick & Frederick H Jolly), Chicago IL.)

  • Airworthy Terrier[3]

AIS

(Aviatsionnaya Ispitatelnaya Stantsiya)

  • AIS Aist
  • AIS torpedo carrier

AISA

(Aeronáutica Industrial S.A.)

Aist

AJI

(American Jet Industries Inc (pres: Allen E Paulson), Van Nuys CA)

Akabane

(Akabane Hikoki Seisakusho - Akabane Aeroplane Manufacturing Works)

  • Akabane Kishi No.1 Tsurigi-go Aeroplane[66]
  • Akabane Kishi No.2 Tsurigi-go Aeroplane[66]
  • Akabane Kishi No.3 Tsurigi-go Aeroplane[66]
  • Akabane Kishi No.4 Tsurigi-go Aeroplane[66]
  • Akabane Kishi No.5 Tsurigi-go Aeroplane[66]
  • Akabane Kishi No.6 Tsurigi-go Aeroplane[66]

Akaflieg Berlin

(Flugtechnische Fachgruppe)

Akaflieg Braunschweig

Akaflieg Darmstadt

Akaflieg Darmstadt/Akaflieg München

Akaflieg Hannover

  • Akaflieg Hannover AFH-24

Akaflieg Karlsruhe

  • Akaflieg Karlsruhe AK-1
  • Akaflieg Karlsruhe AK-5
  • Akaflieg Karlsruhe AK-5b
  • Akaflieg Karlsruhe AK-8

Akaflieg Köln

Akaflieg München

Akaflieg Stuttgart

Akaflieg Wilhelmshaven

  • Akaflieg Wilhelmshaven SD-1 Mini-Sport

Akasamitra

(Akasamitra Homebuilt Aircraft Association)

  • Akasamitra ST-220[24]

Akerman

(John D Akerman, Minneapolis MN; Northland Aviation Co.)

Akers

(Akers Aircraft, Chicago IL.)

Akin

(Earl T Akin, Breckenridge TX.)

Akins

(Rick Akins)

  • Akins Stinger[3]

Akro

(Leo Loudenschlager)

  • Akro Laser 200

Akron-Funk

(see Funk)

Akrotech Aviation

(Akrotech Aviation, Inc, Scappoose, Oregon, United States)

Alaire

  • Alaire AL.1 Cacique

Alamo

(Alamo Aircraft Corp, San Antonio TX.)

  • Alamo 1929 Biplane[78]

Alaparma

see also Mantelli

Albar

(Lavigne Albar, Mount Pleasant MI.)

Albastar

(Albastar Ltd)

Albatros

(Albatros Flugzeugwerke G.m.b.H.) Data from:German Aircraft between 1919 - 1945[79]

Albatros OAW

(Ostdeutsche Albatroswerke G.m.b.H.)

Albert

(Edouard Albert)Data from:[81]

  • Albert TE-1
  • Albert A-10
  • Albert A-11S
  • Albert A-20
  • Albert A-60
  • Albert A-61
  • Albert A-62
  • Albert A-120R
  • Albert 140

Albert

(Jean Albert)

  • Albert 1910 Monoplane[6]

Albessard

(Joseph Albessard)

  • Albessard Aérobus[82]
  • Albessard Triavion[6]

Albrecht

(Bemer E & James E Albrecht, Anderson IN.)

  • Albrecht Monoplane[78]

Alcock

Alcor

(Alcor (Allan Lockheed Corp) Aircraft Corp)

Alder & Derryberry

(W C Alder & L E Derryberry, Abilene TX.)

  • Alder & Derryberry A[78]

Alderson

(F T Alderson, El Centro CA.)

Alekseyev

(Semyon Alexeyev - Alekseyev Design Bureau - OKB-21)

Alenia

See also: Fiat, Aeritalia, AMX International

Alexander

(Alexander Aircraft Co)

Alexandria

(Alexandria Aircraft Co)

Alfaro

(Heraclio Alfaro (Vitoriano Heraclio Alfaro-Fournier))

Algate

(Algate Aircraft Corp)

Alisport

(Alisport srl, Cremella, Italy)

Alkan

(Oscar Alkan)

  • Alkan le Enfin[6]

Alker

All American

(All-American Aircraft Inc)

Allard

Allen

(Edmund T Allen)

Allen

(A J Allen, Savannah GA.)

Allen

(Frank Allen, 6040 Dorchester Ave, Chicago IL.)

  • Allen DLX Special[78]
  • Newhall Racer[78]

Allenbaugh

(Edward Allenbaugh, North Hollywood CA.)

  • Allenbaugh 1947 Racer[78]
  • Allenbaugh A[78]
  • Allenbaugh B[78]
  • Allenbaugh Special[78]

Alliance

(Alliance Aircraft Corp, North Webb St, Alliance OH.)

Alliance

  • Alliance X

Alliant

Allied

(Allied Aircraft Corp, North Tonawanda NY.)

  • Allied Sport Trainer[78]

Allied

(Allied Aircraft Corp (pres: J A Phillips), Wichita KS.)

Allied

Alliet-Larivière

  • Alliet-Larivière Allar 4[86]
  • Alliet-Larivière AL-06 Frégate[23]

Allinio

(Peter Allinio, 409 Kearney St, El Cerrito CA.)

Allison

((Lawrence M) Allison Airplane Co)

  • Allison Alco[78]
  • Allison Alco Sport[78]
  • Allison Junior Coupe[78]
  • Allison Coupster[78]
  • Allison MT-3 Utility[78]
  • Allison Sport[78]
  • Allison Utility[78]
  • Allison Junior[78]
  • Allison Sportford[78]
  • Allison Trainer[78]

Allison

(Allison Gas Turbine Division GMC)

Allison-White

((Lawrence M) Allison-(Karl H) White)

  • Allison-White 1916 Biplane[78]

Alon

(Alon Inc (fdrs: John Allen Jr & Lee O Higdon), McPherson KS.)

Alpaero

(ALPAERO Noin Aéronautique, Châteauvieux, France)

Alpavia

(Societe Alpavia)

  • Alpavia RF-3

Alpha

(Alpha Aviation Co)

Alpha Aviation

(Alpha Aviation (New Zealand))

Alpi Aviation

(Alpi Aviation srl, Pordenone, Italy)

Alpla

(Alpla-Werke Alwin Lehner GmbH & Co KG)

Altair Coelho

( Eldorado do Sul, Brazil)

Alter

(Ludwig Alter Werke)

Altitude Group

(Altitude Group, LLC, Overland Park, Kansas, United States)

Alvarez

(Joseph Alvarez, Chino CA.)

AM

(Arts et Métiers ParisTech)

AMA

(Aircraft Mechanics Association)

  • AMA Minx Capon

Amax Engineering

(Donvale, Victoria, Australia)

Alvarez et de Condé

  • Alvarez et de Condé No.1[6]
  • Alvarez et de Condé No.2[6]
  • Alvarez et de Condé No.3[6]

Ambi-Budd

  • Ambi-Budd Flying Car - 1930s concept car[87]

Ambrosini

(Societa Aeronautica Italiana Ing. A. Ambrosini & C.)

AMC

  • AMC 1919 Multiplane[78]

AMF Microflight

(AMF Aviation Enterprises, Aviation Enterprises)

AMD

(Aircraft Manufacturing and Development, Eastman, Georgia, USA)

AmEagle

American

(American Aeroplane Supply House, 266-68 Franklin St, Hempstead NY.)

American Air Jet

American Air Racing

(American Air Racing Ltd.)

  • American Air Racing Special

American Air Racing

(American Air Racing Inc (pres: John Parker), Rancho Palos Verdes CA.)

American Aircraft

American Aerolights

American Airmotive

(American Airmotive Corp (pres: John D MacArthur), Miami FL.)

American Autogyro

  • American Autogyro Sparrowhawk

American Aviation

(American Aviation Corp, (Delaware incorporation), NYC NY.)

American Champion

((American Champion Aircraft Corp (pres: Jerry Mehlhaff), Rochester WI))

American Eagle

(American Eagle Aircraft Corp, (Victor H) Roos Lincoln Aircraft Co)

American Eaglecraft

(American Eaglecraft Co, Fort Worth & Grapevine TX)_

American Electric

American Flea

(American Mignet Aircraft Corp.)

  • American Flea HM-20[78]
  • American Flea HM-21[78]
  • American Flea HM-23[78]
  • American Flea TC-1[78]

American General Aviation Corporation

American Gyro

(American Gyro Co, Denver CO.)

American Helicopter

(American Helicopter Co., a division of Fairchild Aircraft)

American Homebuilts

(Hebron, Illinois)

American Legend

(American Legend Aircraft Co)

American Moth

(Vulcan Aircraft Co,)

American Patriot Aircraft

(American Patriot Aircraft LLC, Westfield, Wisconsin, United States)

American Sportscopter

(Newport News, Virginia, United States)

American Sunbeam

(American Sunbeam Aircraft Ltd)

  • American Sunbeam LP-1 Pup[78]

American Utilicraft Corp.

Ames

(Butler Ames, Washington DC.)

  • Ames 1908 Drum wing experimental[78]

Ames

(William P Ames)

Ames-Dryden

(Ames Industrial Co)

Ameur

(Ameur Aviation Technologie / AAT)

Amicale d'Aviation Légère

  • Amicale d'Aviation Légère 04[23]

SECM-Amiot

(Société d'Emboutissage et de Constructions Mécaniques)

Amphibian Airplanes of Canada

Amphibians Inc.

  • Amphibians Privateer

AMS-Flight

(AMS-Flight, Ljubljana)

Amsco

  • Amsco parasol monoplane[89]

AMV

(AMV Aircraft (fdr: Attila Melkuti), Aliso Viejo CA.)

AMX International

Anahuac

(Fabrica de Aviones Anahuac)

Anatra

(Artur Antonovich Anatra)

ANBO

(Karo Aviacijos Tiekimo Skyrius - Military Aviation Supply Department) (ANBO - Antanas Nori Būti Ore – "Antanas wants to be airborne")

Andermat

(Andermat Aeroplane Co)

  • Andermat 1916 Biplane[78]

Anderson

(Anderson Aircraft Mfg Co)

Anderson

(Louis "Andy" Anderson)

Anderson

(Andrew A. Anderson)

Anderson

(Maynard B Anderson)

  • Anderson Honey Bee[78]
  • Anderson R-1 Rotorplane[78]

Anderson

((Alvin E) Anderson Propeller Co)

  • Anderson Special[78]

Anderson

(Anderson Aircraft Corporation / Earl Anderson, Delray Beach FL.)

Anderson Greenwood

((Ben M) Anderson, (Marvin H) Greenwood & Co)

Anderson-Gewert

(Charles Lee Anderson & E R Gewert, Reno NV.)

  • Anderson-Gewert Racing Model[78]

Andiz

(Andiz Aircraft Corp)

Andreae

(F O Andreae)

  • Andreae 1909 Multiplane[78]

Andreasson

(Bjorn Andreasson, San Diego CA.)

Andrews

(Edward F Andrews)

  • Andrews 1910 Biplane[78]

Andrews

(C.G. Andrews, New Zealand)

Andrews-Acre

  • Andrews-Acre monoplane

Andrews & Nicholson

(Henry G Andrews & Ray E Nicholson)

  • Andrews & Nicholson T-1[78]

ANEC

ANF Les Mureaux

(Atelier du Nord de la France Les Mureaux)

Anglin

(Jessie Anglin)

Angus

(Arthur Lighton Angus)

Ann Arbor

(Ann Arbor Air Service)

  • Brundage R-3

Ansaldo

(Ansaldo Aeronautica, 336 Corso Francia, Turin, Italy)

Antares Aircraft

(Antares Aircraft, Ukraine)

Antilles

Antique Aero

(Antique Aero, Asbury Park NJ.)

  • Antique Aero Replica Albatros D.V[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Albatros D.Va[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Fokker D.VII[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Fokker Dr.I[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Fokker E.III[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Nieuport 28[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Sopwith 1½ Strutter[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Sopwith Camel[78]
  • Antique Aero Replica Sopwith Pup[78]

Antoinette

(Léon Levavasseur)

Antonov

Anzani

(Alexandre Anzani)

  • Anzani 1909 Monoplane (aka "de Mas Monoplane" after a probable sponsor)

APEV

(Association pour la Promotion des Echelles Volantes, (English: Association for the Promotion of Flying Ladders), Peynier, France)

Apex

(Apex Aviation, Czech Republic)

Apex

(Apex Aircraft)

Apollo Ultralight Aircraft

(Apollo Ultralight Aircraft / Halley Ltd., Eger, Hungary)

Applebay

Applegate

((Ray) Applegate Amphibians, Lock Haven PA.)

  • Applegate Amphibian[78]

Applegate-Weyant

(Applegate & Weyant, Tecumseh MI, Elkhart IN.)

  • Applegate-Weyant Dart GC[78]

Aquaflight

(Aquaflight Inc, 1601 Harrison Ave, Wilmington DE.)

Aquila

(Aquila Aviation by Excellence)

Aquilair

(Theize, France)

Arado

(Arado Flugzeugwerke GmbH) (For WWII projects with no RLM designation see: List of German aircraft projects, 1939-1945)

ARAF

  • ARAF Cammandre 1[23]

Arco

(Arco Aircraft Co (fdrs: J T & Richard Arwine))

  • Arco 1930 Sportplane[78]

Arctic Aircraft

(Arctic Aviation / Arctic Aircraft Co (fdr: Bill Diehl))

ARDC

(Air Research and Development Command)

  • ARDC RP-440 Omega

Argonaut

(Argonaut Aircraft Inc)

  • Argonaut H-20 Pirate[78]
  • Argonaut H-24 Pirate[78]

Argus

(Argus Motoren GmbH)

Ariel

(Stearman-Jensen Aircraft Co/Ariel Aircraft Inc (Glenn A Stearman, pres))

Arion

Arizona Airways

(Arizona Airways Inc)

  • Arizona Airways Whitewing[78]

Arkansas

Arkhangelsky

Arlais

  • Arlais AC.210[8]

Armada

((Bert) Acosta Aviation, Trenton NJ.)

Armel

(M C Armel, 243 E Daugherty St, Athens GA.)

  • Armel White Dove Commercial[78]

Armella-Senemaud

(Armella & Senemaud)

  • Armella-Senemaud AS.10 Mistral[91]

Armitage

(George Armitage, Providence RI.)

  • Armitage 1910 Monoplane[78]
  • Armitage S-8[78]

Armstrong-Siddeley Aircraft

  • Armstrong-Siddeley Sinaia (1921) - Bomber (1 built)[92]

Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft

Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth & Company (1912–1920)
Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Company (1920–1927)
Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft (1927–1963)

Arnet Pereyra Inc

Arnold

(Mike Arnold, Pinole CA.)

Arnoud

  • Arnoud 1911 Biplane

Arnoux

(René Arnoux / Société des Avions Simplex)

  • Arnoux 1909 Biplane (No.1)[6]
  • Arnoux 1912 Monoplane (No.2)[6]
  • Arnoux Stabloplan 1912 (No.3)[6]
  • Arnoux Stablavion 1913 (No.4)[6]
  • Arnoux Stabloplan 1914 (No.5)[6]
  • Arnoux Simplex[6]
  • Arnoux HD14 sans Queue 1923

Arocet

(Arocet Inc, Arlington WA.)

Arpin

Arplast Helice

Arrow

(Arrow Aircraft Ltd.)

Arrow

(Arrow Aircraft & Motors Corp)

Arrowhead

(Safety Aircraft Corp (B L Smith), Miami FL.)

  • Safety Airplane B-2[78]

Arrowplane

(Arrowplane Mfg Co)

  • Arrowplane 1910 Biplane[78]

Arsenal

(Arsenal de l'Aéronautique) (renamed as SFECMAS - Société Française d’étude Et de Construction de Matériels Aéronautiques Spéciaux in 1949) Source:[93]

Arsenalul

(Arsenalul Aeronautic - Bucharest)

  • Arsenalul Aeron

Arts & Métiers

Artois

(Chantiers de l'Artois)

  • d'Artois 'Aérotorpille'[94]
  • d'Artois 'Hydroaéroplane'[95]

Artomov

(Mikhail Artomov)

  • Artomov Simburg[24]

Arup

(Arup Manufacturing Corporation (fdr: Cloyd L Snyder))

ARV

(Canada Air RV and later by AC Millennium Corp)

ARV

(ARV, United Kingdom)

ASA (aircraft constructor)

  • ASA-200

Asboth

(Oscar von Asboth)

  • Asboth 1908 biplane
  • Asboth AH-1
  • Asboth AH-2
  • Asboth AH-3
  • Asboth AH-4

Ascanio

  • Ascanio Helicopter

Ascension

  • Ascension 1908 Aircraft

Ashley

(David Dexter Ashley)

  • Ashley SP-5 Bob-O-Link[78]

ASJA

(AktieBolaget Svenska Järnvägsverkstädernas Aeroplanavdelning)

Askew

(Charles E Askew)

ASL

(Aeronautical Syndicate Ltd.)

ASO

(Air Sud Ouest)

  • ASO-1070 Griffon

Associated

  • Associated 1929 Monoplane[78]

Associated Air

(Woodland, Washington, United States)

Ast

(Carl & Vincent Ast, Van Nuys CA.)

ASTA

(Aerospace Technologies of Australia Pty. Ltd.)

Asteria

  • Asteria No. 3

Astoux-Verdrines

(L.L. Astoux & Jules Charles Toussaint Védrines)

Astra

(Astra of Arad, Romania) (aircraft production moved to IAR in 1925)

  • Astra-Proto
  • Astra-Şeşefski
  • Proto-1
  • Proto-2
  • Proto-S.E.T.-2

Astra

(Société de Constructions aéronautiques Astra)

AstroFlight

AT & T Company

  • AT & T Company Aquaglide-5

ATA

Atalante

  • Atalante GB-10

ATEC v.o.s.

(Libice nad Cidlinou, Czech Republic)

ATE-International

  • ATE Saphire

Ateliers Aeronautique de Boulogne

  • Ateliers Aeronautique de Boulogne Ju 88[23]

Ateliers Aeronautique de Colombes

  • Ateliers Aeronautique de Colombes AAC.1[23]

Ateliers Aéronautiques de Suresnes

  • Ateliers Aeronautique de Suresnes AAS.01[23]

Ateliers Fred Herrmann

  • De Glymes DG X

ATG

(Aviation Technology Group Inc, the Englewood CO.)

Atlanta

(Atlanta Aircraft Corp, (fdrs: George H Prudden, Edward Whitehead) Atlanta GA.)

Atlantic

(Atlantic Aircraft Co.)

  • Atlantic Battleplane[78]

Atlantic, Atlantic-Fokker

see Fokker

Atlantic Coast (aircraft constructor)

Atlas

Atlas

(Atlas Aircraft Corp, Hemet CA.)

ATOL

ATR

(Avion de Transport Régional)

Atwood

(Harry N Atwood, Saugus MA)

  • Atwood-Wright 1911 Biplane[78]
  • Atwood 1913 Biplane[78]

Aubert Aviation

(Paul Aubert)

Aubiet

(Marceau Aubiet)

  • Aubiet 1922 man powered aeroplane

Auffm-Ordt

(Clément Auffm-Ordt)

  • Auffm-Ordt monoplan 1908

Aurebach

(R H Aurebach)

  • Aurebach Wasp Special[78]

AURI

(Angkatan Udara Republik Indonesia, Depot Penjelidikan, Pertjobaan dan Pembutan - Indonesian Air force research, development, and production depot)

see Indonesian Aerospace

Aurore Sarl

(Sauvagnon, France)

Ausmus

(Reinhardt Ausmus, Sandusky OH.)

  • Ausmus 1912 Monoplane[78]

Auster

Austin

(F C Austin, Lake Worth FL.)

  • Austin 1935 Monoplane[78]

Austin Motor Company

Australian Aircraft & Engineering Company

  • Australian Aircraft & Engineering Company Commercial B1

Australian Aircraft Industries

Australian Aircraft Kits

(Australian Aircraft Kits Pty Ltd, Taree, New South Wales, Australia)

Australian Autogyro

AIC

(Australlian Industrial Corporation)

Australian Lightwing

(Howard Hughes Engineering, Ballina, New South Wales, Australia)

Australian Ultralight Industries

Auto-Aero

Autogiro

(Autogiro Company of America (patent-licensing division of Pitcairn Co), Willow Grove PA.)

AutoGyro

(AutoGyro GmbH)

AV Leichtflugzeuge

AV Leichtflugzeuge

(Haren, Germany)

AVA

(Aerodynamische Versuchsanstalt, Göttingen)

Avalon

Avama

(Avama s.r.o., Poprad, Slovakia)

AvCraft Aerospace

  • AvCraft-Dornier Do328jet

AVE

(Advanced Vehicle Engineers)

Aveko

(Aveko s.r.o., Brno, Czech Republic)

AVI

AVI (aircraft constructor)

AVIA

(Ateliers vosgiens d'industrie aéronautique)

  • AVIA X-A
  • AVIA XI-A
  • AVIA XV-A
  • AVIA XX-A
  • AVIA 22A
  • AVIA 30E
  • AVIA 32E
  • AVIA 40P
  • AVIA 41P
  • AVIA 50MP
  • AVIA 60MP
  • AVIA 151A
  • AVIA 152A

Avia

(Avia-Zavody Jirího Dimitrova, Czechoslovakia)

AVIA

(Azionaria Vercallese Industrie Aeronautiche)

AViacijas DIvizions

  • AVDI

Aviadesign

(Aviadesign Inc, Camarillo, California, United States)

Aviafiber

Aviaimpex

Aviakit

(Aviakit Flight Concept SARL)

Aviamilano

(Aviamilano Costruzione Aeronautiche)

Aviaimpeks

Avian

(Avian Aircraft Ltd.)

Aviasouz

(Kazan, Russia)

Aviastroitel

Aviasud

Aviat

(Aviat Aircraft Inc,)

Aviata

  • Aviata GM-1 Gniady

Aviate Products

(Booysens, South Africa)

Aviatik

(Automobil und Aviatik A.G.)

Aviatik (Austro-Hungarian)

(Österreichish-Ungarische Flugzeugfabrik Aviatik) Data from:Austro-Hungarian Army Aircraft of World War One[107]

Note: As with other Austro-Hungarian manufacturers, The Austrian Aviatik company was allocated a number series for prototypes and experimental aircraft (series 30). Some of these were actually production aircraft with modifications but most were distinct aircraft or variants. Production Aviatik aircraft delivered to the LFT are disambiguated from German production by the (Ö) or (Berg) qualifier, after Österreich / Oberingenieur Julius von Berg, chief engineer from mid-1916.

Aviatik Alliance

Aviatika

(formerly MAI)

Aviation Division

( Aviacijas divizions - Latvia)

Aviation Industries of Iran

Aviation Products

(Aviation Products, Ltd, Bitburg, Germany)

Aviation Traders

Aviator

(Aviator (aircraft manufacturer) - Russia)

Avibras

(Sociedade Avibras Ltda / Avibras Indústria Aeroespacial)

  • AviBras A-80 Falcao

AVIC

(Avicopter - Avic Helicopter Company)

Avicar

(Kenneth Bailey, Dearborn MI.)

Avid Aircraft

(prev. Light Aero Inc, Caldwell ID.)

AviMéta

(Sociéte pour la construction d'avion métallique [issu du groupe Schneider])

Avioane Craiova

(Avioane Craiova S.A., Romania)

Avio Design

(Avio Design Ltd, Kazanlak, Bulgaria)

Avions Fairey

see also Tipsy

Avions JDM

AvioTecnica

Aviotehas

(Estonia)

Aviotöökoda

(Estonia)

  • PON-1[115] - Post, Org & Neudorf
  • PON-1A[115] - Post, Org & Neudorf
  • PON-2[115] - Post, Org & Neudorf
  • PTO-4 - Post, Tooma & Org
  • RTS-4[115]

Avis

(Anderlik-Varga-Iskola-Sport)

AvIS

(Avio Industrie Stabiensi)

  • AvIS C.4

Avro

See also: Roe

Avro Canada

Avro International Aerospace

(regional jet division of BAE Systems)

Avtek

(Avtek Corp, Camarillo CA.)

Awuza

(Awuza HikoKenkyusho - Awuza Flight Research Studio)

  • Awuza (ground taxi-ing) Trainer[66]
  • Awuza No.2 Seiho-go[66]

Aydlett

(Donald E Aydlett)

Ayres

(Fred Ayres)

Azcárate

(Juan Azcárate)

Azionaria Vercelles

see:AVIA (Azionaria Vercellese Industrie Aeronautica)

Aztec Nomad

(Aztec Nomad Inc, Gravenhurst, Ontario Canada.)


Notes

  1. ^ Eckland, K.O. (2 May 2009). "Aircraft Ti - Ty". USA: Aerofiles.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n John W.R. Taylor, ed. (1988). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1988-89. London: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 0-7106-0867-5. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br Eckland, K.O. "American airplanes: Ab - Ak". USA: Aerofiles.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  4. ^ "British Civil Aircraft". Flight. 12 November 1936. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 
  5. ^ Baynes, L.E. (22 October 1936). "THE CANTILEVER "POU" An Explanation by Mr. L. E. Baynes, its Designer" (PDF). Flight. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Opdycke, Leonard E. (1999). French Aeroplanes before the Great War. Atglen: SchifferPublishing Limited. ISBN 0 7643 0752 5. 
  7. ^ "ACAZ T-1 O-BAFK of the Ateliers de Construction Aéronautique Zeebrugge near the "Mole" at Zeebrugge in 1924". Retrieved 11 May 2013. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Gaillard, Pierre (1991). Les Avions Francaisde 1965 a 1990. Paris: Editions EPA. ISBN 2 85120 392 4. 
  9. ^ "Midget Pusher Sports Plane Can Fly 200 m.p.h.". Popular Mechanics: 120. May 1954. Retrieved 29 April 2013. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Jackson, Paul, MRAeS (2005). Janes all the Worlds Aircraft 2004-2005. London: Janes Publishing Group. ISBN 0 7106 2614 2. 
  11. ^ Haddow, G.W.; PeterM Grosz (1988). The German Giants, The Story of the R-planes 1914-1919 (3rd ed.). London: Putnam. ISBN 0 85177 812 7. 
  12. ^ "VectoRotor". www.aereoncorp.com. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 
  13. ^ Quackenbush, T. R.; W.F. Putman, J.E. Risser and W. McE. Miller. "Design and Control Studies for the Vectorotor Hybrid VTOL Heavy Lift Vehicle" (PDF). www.continuum-dynamics.com/. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 
  14. ^ "Aernova AER-1" (in Italian). Retrieved 12 May 2013. 
  15. ^ "HC-3". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  16. ^ "HC-4". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  17. ^ "HC-3 / HC-202". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  18. ^ a b c "Aero LC-II / XE-II / XE-II-A". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  19. ^ "Praga E-1 / Aero XE-1". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  20. ^ "Aero XE-IIB". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  21. ^ "Aero XE-IIC". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  22. ^ a b "Aero XE-IIE". Stingray. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  23. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Gaillard, Pierre (1990). Les Avions Francaisde 1944 a 1964. Paris: Editions EPA. ISBN 2 85120 350 9. 
  24. ^ a b c d e Taylor, John W. R.. (1983). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982-83. London: Jane's Publishing Company. ISBN 0-7106-0748-2. 
  25. ^ "Quasar Lite". [www.voequasar.com.br]. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  26. ^ "Quasar Lite". [www.voequasar.com.br]. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  27. ^ "Quasar Baby" (PDF). quasaraircraft.com. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "About AeroAndina". Retrieved 18 May 2013. 
  29. ^ a b c "About AeroAndina". Retrieved 18 May 2013. 
  30. ^ "Aerocopter / Aerokopter Futura". Retrieved 18 May 2013. 
  31. ^ a b c John W.R. Taylor, ed. (1987). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1987-88. London: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 9780710608505. 
  32. ^ "AEROITBA PETREL 912i" (PDF). Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  33. ^ "AeroMaster AG". www.homebuilt.org. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  34. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa Eckland, K.O. (30 Mar 2009). "Aeromarine, Aeromarine-Klemm, Uppercu". USA: Aerofiles.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  35. ^ "Aeromot AMT-600 Guri - program supplier guide". Airframer.com. Retrieved 2012-04-28. 
  36. ^ ":: Grupo Aeromot ::". Epicos.com. Retrieved 2012-04-28. 
  37. ^ Pedrielli, Vincenzo; Camastra, Francesco (2011). Italian Vintage Sailplanes. Königswinter: EQIP Werbung & Verlag GmbH. ISBN 9783 9808838 9 4. 
  38. ^ a b "Aeronautica Lombarda A.R.". Wikipedia. Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  39. ^ "PROGETTO CICLOPE A Predappio lo Stabilmento Caproni tornerà a vivere con le sue gallerie del vento" (in Italian). Retrieved 16 May 2014. 
  40. ^ a b Thompson, Jonathan W. (1963). Italian Civil and Military aircraft 1930-1945. USA: Aero Publishers Inc. ISBN 0-8168-6500-0. OCLC 63 - 17621. 
  41. ^ "Umbra". Retrieved 12 May 2013. 
  42. ^ a b c d Eckland, K.O. (7 April 2009). "Aeronca". USA. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  43. ^ "Aircraft N17EJ Profile". Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  44. ^ "Aeroprakt T-8". [www.easyultralightdesign.com]. Retrieved 17 March 2015. 
  45. ^ "Aircraft A#Aeroprakt A-6". virtualultralightmuseum.com. Retrieved 17 March 2015. 
  46. ^ "Aeroprakt A-11M Hamlet". easyultralightdesign.com. Retrieved 17 March 2015. 
  47. ^ "Aeroprakt A-15". www.easyultralightdesign.com. Retrieved 17 March 2015. 
  48. ^ a b Paul Jackson, ed. (2000). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1999-2000. London: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 978-0710618986. 
  49. ^ Slagley, P. E. (2011). A Century of Aviation: Worldwide Commercial and Military. Strategic Book Publishing. pp. 44–45. ISBN 978-1612040936. 
  50. ^ "AC-21 Powered Sailplane". Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  51. ^ "Club de Vuelo Deportivo Yvytu". Retrieved 16 May 2014. 
  52. ^ "New Helicopter's Engine Rides Overhead, Close To Propeller". Popular Science. October 1953. Retrieved 2013-05-09. 
  53. ^ "MATRA-Cantinieau MC-101". Aviafrance.com. 2008-08-15. Retrieved 2011-02-07. 
  54. ^ "Aerotechnik L-13SDL Vivat". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net. Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  55. ^ "Aerotechnik L-13SDM Vivat". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net. Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  56. ^ "Aerotechnik L-13SE Vivat". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net. Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  57. ^ "Aerotechnik L-13SL Vivat". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net. Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  58. ^ "Aerotechnik L-13SW Vivat". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net. Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  59. ^ Stingray. "Aerotechnik WG.21". Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  60. ^ Bredow, Wolfgang. "Aerotechnik WGM-21". www.bredow-web.de. Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  61. ^ David Mondey & Michael Taylor, ed. (May 2000). The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Revised Updated ed.). Book Sales. ISBN 978-0785811640. 
  62. ^ John W. R. Taylor, ed. (1975). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1975-76. London: Jane's Yearbooks. ISBN 978-0531032503. 
  63. ^ a b c d e f g h Nowarra, Heinz J. (1993). Die Deutsche Luftruestung 1933-1945 Vol.1 - AEG-Dornier. Koblenz: Bernard & Graefe Verlag. ISBN 3-7637-5464-4. 
  64. ^ Grey, John C.G; Bridgman, Leonard (1938). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938. London: Sampson Low, Marston & company, ltd. 
  65. ^ "Ahill-2". www.easyultralightdesign.com. Retrieved 17 March 2015. 
  66. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Mikesh, Robert; Shorzoe Abe (1990). Japanese Aircraft 1910–1941. london: Putnam. ISBN 0-85177-840-2. 
  67. ^ Parmentier, Bruno. "Aiglon Roullier". www.aviafrance.com. Retrieved 21 May 2013. 
  68. ^ Taylor, John W.R., ed. (1986). Jane's all the world's aircraft, 1986-87. London: Jane's Pub. ISBN 978-0710608352. 
  69. ^ Govers, Francis X., III (2013-06-11). "Nevada company launches silent Sky Sentinel UAV airship". gizmag.com. Retrieved 2014-08-16. 
  70. ^ a b c d e f Taylor 1970
  71. ^ a b Buttler 2004
  72. ^ a b c Jane's Fighting Aircraft of World War II. Military Press. 1994. ISBN 978-0517679647. 
  73. ^ Bridgman, Leonard (1955). Jane's all the World's Aircraft 1955-56. London: Jane's. 
  74. ^ Huarte Mendicoa HM1-B
  75. ^ Jorge Loring Martinez
  76. ^ "Aist-123". [www.easyultralightdesign.com]. Retrieved 17 March 2015. 
  77. ^ "JDA_10M". latvianaviation.com. 2009-03-11. Retrieved 2011-04-16. 
  78. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg dh di dj dk dl dm dn do dp dq dr ds dt du Eckland, K.O. (7 March 2009). "American airplanes: Al - Az". Aerofiles.com. Retrieved 2011-01-27. 
  79. ^ "ALBATROS Flugzeugwerke GmbH., Berlin-Johannisthal". Germany: www.histaviation.com. Retrieved 9 March 2012. 
  80. ^ a b c d e f g Gray, Peter; Thetford, Owen (1970). German Aircraft of the First World War (2nd ed.). London,: Putnam. ISBN 0-370-00103-6. 
  81. ^ Parmentier, Bruno. "Albert". Aviafrance. Retrieved 17 September 2013. 
  82. ^ Albessard Aérobus
  83. ^ ""A Flat Engine Transport" ''Flight'', May 12, 1938". Flightglobal.com. 1938-05-12. Retrieved 2012-04-28. 
  84. ^ "An American Feeder Liner Machine". Flight: 693. 5 July 1934. Retrieved 6 May 2013. 
  85. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Eckland, K.O. "Alexander, Aircraft Mechanics". USA: Aerofiles.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  86. ^ Parmentier, Bruno (1998-06-17). "Alliet-Larivière Allar 4" (in French). www.aviafrance.com. Retrieved 27 Feb 2014. 
  87. ^ "ODDITIES". strangevehicles.greyfalcon.us. Retrieved 22 June 2014. 
  88. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t Eckland, K.O. (15 November 2006). "American Eagle, Roos American Eagle". USA: Aerofiles.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  89. ^ "VH-UKZ Amsco Parasol Monoplane (c/n 1)". edcoatescollection. Retrieved 25 May 2014. 
  90. ^ Jane, Fred T. (1909). Jane's All the World's Airships (Facsimile edition 1969 ed.). London: Sampson Low & Marston. p. 20. ISBN 0-7153-4649-0. 
  91. ^ Trait d'Union (in French) (133/46, 135/18, 170/62 & 175/65 (C), 224/13 (CD)). 
  92. ^ "THE ARMSTRONG-SIDDELEY "SINAIA"". Flight: 605. 8 September 1921. Retrieved 29 April 2013. 
  93. ^ Hartmann, Gérard. L’Arsenal de l’aéronautique (PDF) (in French). France: www.hydroretro. 
  94. ^ Parmentier, Bruno. "d'Artois 'Aérotorpille'". aviafrance.com (in French). Retrieved 15 July 2014. 
  95. ^ Parmentier, Bruno. "d'Artois 'Hydroaéroplane'". aviafrance.com (in French). Retrieved 15 July 2014. 
  96. ^ Le Fana de l'Aviation [The Aviation Enthusiast] (in French) (Paris). 
  97. ^ a b c "Model M A2/45". Auster Heritage Group. Retrieved 22 May 2013. 
  98. ^ a b c Jackson, Robert (2004). The Encyclopedia of Aircraft. Silverdale Books. ISBN 1-85605-887-5. 
  99. ^ "Aircraft Types". Auster Heritage Group. Retrieved 22 May 2013. 
  100. ^ Paul A. Jackson MRAeS, ed. (1995). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1995-96 (86th ed.). London: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 978-0710612625. 
  101. ^ "Hornet Cub". www.aircraftkits.com. Retrieved 22 May 2013. 
  102. ^ "Australian Aircraft Industries AA-2S Mamba 1, VH-FCX, Private". Air-Britain. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 
  103. ^ "VH-JSA Australian Aircraft Industries AA-2S Mamba 1 P001 Broadmeadows Technical School Monday, 11th November 2002". Flikr. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 
  104. ^ a b c "Australian LightWing Pocket Rocket Kit" (PDF). www.lightwing.com.au. Retrieved 22 May 2013. 
  105. ^ a b "AVI HF2/185". Retrieved 19 May 2014. 
  106. ^ "At Orly". Flight. 8 August 1929. Retrieved 23 July 2014. 
  107. ^ a b c Grosz, Peter M.; George Haddow`& Peter Scheiner (2002) [1993]. Austro-Hungarian Army Aircraft of World War One. Boulder: Flying Machine Press. ISBN 1 891268 05 8. 
  108. ^ "Aviation Industries of Iran AVA-101". jetphotos.net. Retrieved 16 May 2013. 
  109. ^ "Aviation Industries of Iran AVA-202". jetphotos.neT. Retrieved 16 May 2013. 
  110. ^ "CATIC Signs AC311 Helicopter Purchase Agreement with AVICOPTER and AVIC Changhe Aircraft Industries". [www.catic.cn]. Retrieved 16 May 2013. 
  111. ^ Parmentier, Bruno (1 June 2003). "Aviméta 88" (in French). www.aviafrance.com. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  112. ^ Parmentier, Bruno (1 June 2003). "Aviméta 92" (in French). www.aviafrance.com. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  113. ^ Parmentier, Bruno (1 June 2003). "Aviméta 92-230" (in French). www.aviafrance.com. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  114. ^ Parmentier, Bruno (1 June 2003). "Aviméta 121" (in French). www.aviafrance.com. Retrieved 15 May 2013. 
  115. ^ a b c d Gerdessen, F. (April–July 1982). "Estonian Air Power 1918 - 1945". Air Enthusiast (Bromley: Pilot Press) (Eighteen): 61–76. 
  116. ^ a b c "Fighter A to Z (18)". Air Enthusiast (11). 1972. 

References

Further reading

External links