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List of aircraft (Co–Cz)

This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'Co' through to 'Cz'.

Contents

Co–Cz

Co-Z

(Co-Z Development Co, Mesa, AZ)

Coandă

(Henri Coandă)

  • Coandă-1910
  • Coandă-Delauney-Belleville pusher fighter[3]
  • Coandă No.4 (Coandă-Delauney-Belleville pusher fighter)

Coates Swalesong

Coavio

(Coavio srl, Ferentino, Italy)

Cobalt

(Cobalt Aircraft industries, Airparc 6C,Avenue de l'Europe, 78117 Toussous le-Noble)

Codock

(Cockatoo Dockyard & Engineering Co)

  • CoDock LJW-6[4]

Coddington & Webb

(C C Coddington & Magnum Webb, Charlotte, NC)

  • Coddington & Webb 1910 aeroplane[1]

Cody

Coelho

(Altair Coelho)

Coffyn

(Frank Coffyn, Knoxville, TN)

  • Coffyn 1910 Hydro-Aeroplane[1]

Coffman

((Sam H) Coffman-(C R) Strong Aircraft Co)

  • Coffman 3-B[1]
  • Coffman A[1]
  • Coffman Air Coupe[1]
  • Coffman C-1 Racer[1]
  • Coffman Junior[1]
  • Coffman Monoplane Special[1]
  • Coffman-Ranger W[1]

Colani

(Luigi Colani / Colani/Composite Engineering (CCE))

Colden

(Milton Colden, Clintonville, WI)

  • Colden C-1 Cyclops[1] (a.k.a. MWP)

Cole (aircraft constructor)

  • Cole Parasol Monoplane[1]

Cole

(Cole School of Aviation/Cole Aircraft Corp, 3617 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH)

  • Cole Model 1[1]
  • Cole Sport[1]
  • Cole commercial[1]

Cole

(Ross A Cole, Dallas, TX)

  • Cole 1929 circular wing aircraft[1]

Cole

(J Raymond Cole, Oklahoma City, OK)

  • Cole 1933 monoplane[1]

Coleman

(L J Coleman, Sioux City, IA)

  • Coleman Speed Scout[1]

Colgate-Larsen

(1940: (Gilbert) Colgate-(Victor A) Larsen Aircraft Co, Amityville, NY)

  • Colgate-Larsen CL-15[1]

Collard-Souquet-Raniéri

(Maurice Collard, Jacques Souquet & Jacques Raniéri)

  • Collard-Souquet-Raniéri CSR.1 Tsé-Tsé[2]

Collier

((William S) Collier Aircraft Sales, Tulsa, OK)

  • Collier Ambassador Trainer[1]
  • Collier CA-1 Ambassador[1]
  • Collier T-21-1[1]

Collier-Combs

((William S) Collier & (L A) Combs Aircraft Co, Ponca City, OK)

  • Collier-Combs Commercial Cabin[1]

Collins

(DeWitt Collins, Winthrop, IA)

Collins

(Collins Radio Co, Marine Lab, Cedar Rapids, IL)

  • Collins Special[1]

Collins

(Collins Aero, Chadds Ford, PA)

Collivier

Colomban

(Michel Colomban)

Colonial

(1946: Colonial Aircraft Corp (Fdr: David B Thurston), Huntington Station, Long Island, NY, 1955: Moved to Sanford, ME (Pres: Herbert Lindblad), 1959: Acquired by Lake Aircraft Corp.)

Columbia

((Willis C) Brown-(Richard) Young a.k.a. Columbia Aircraft Co.)

Columbia

Columbia

(Columbia Air Liners Inc (Fdr: Charles A Levine), Hempstead (Valley Stream), NY. Seen as a division of Grumman during WW2, but if this was fact, substantiation was not found. 1946: Acquired by Commonwealth Aircraft Corp.

Colyaer

(Colyaer SL, Portonovo, Spain)

COMAC

Combscraft

(Combs Aircraft Corp, Combs Field, Denver, CO)

  • Combscraft 1939 monoplane[1]

Comco Ikarus

Command-Aire

(Command-Aire Inc / Arkansas Aircraft Company, Little Rock, AR)

  • Command-Aire 3C3[1]
  • Command-Aire 4C3[1]
  • Command-Aire 5C3[1]
  • Command-Aire BS-14[1]
  • Command-Aire BS-15[1]
  • Command-Aire Cotton Duster[1]
  • Command-Aire MR-1[1] Little Rocket racer

Commander

(Commander Aircraft Co)

Commercial

(Commercial Aircraft Corp, Metropolitan Airport, Van Nuys, CA)

Commonwealth

Commonwealth

(1943: Commonwealth Aircraft Co, Kansas City, KS, reorganized from Rearwin Co to build assault gliders, 1949: Valley Stream, NY)

Commuter

(Commuter Aircraft Corp, Youngstown, OH)

  • Commuter CAC-100[1]

Commuter Craft

  • Commuter Craft Innovator[9]

Comp Air

(Aerocomp Inc, Merritt Island, FL / Comp Air)

Compagnie Française d'Aviation

(Compagnie Française d'Aviation – C.F.A. – Division of Salmson)

Compcop

(Compcop Inc (Pres: Stephen Geraghty), Redwood City, CA)

Comper

(see Fane for Comper Fane, which was started by Nick Comper and finished by Gerard Fane)

Composite

(Composite Aircraft Corporation)

  • Composite/Windecker Eagle[11]
  • Composite Eagle TC[11]

Compton

(Rollo L Compton, San Antonio, TX)

  • Compton Special[1]

Comstock

(David Comstock, Roundup, MT)

  • Comstock 1932 monoplane[1]

Comte

(Flugzeugbau A. Comte / Robert Wild)

Con Ellingston

(Con D Ellingston & Earl E Hansen, Great Falls, MT)

  • Con Ellingston Special[1]

Conair

Conal

Concept Aviation

(Knoxville, TN)

Concept Composites

(Pouance, France)

Condit

(Clifford Condit, Partridge, IL)

  • Condit Experimental[1]

Condor

(Condor Aero Inc.)

Condor

(Condor Aircraft)

Condry & Stephen

(Condry & (Lawrence) Stephen, San Jose, CA)

  • Condry Solo Sportster[1]

Conn One Design

(Daytona Beach, FL)

  • Conn One Design[1]

Connecticut

Conquist

(Clifford Condit & Gus Palmquist, Milwaukee, WI)

  • Conquist 1934 monoplane[1]

Conrad

(Ronald Conrad, Earl Player, Jack Buttons, Salt Lake City, UT)

  • Conrad Bumblebee[1]

Conrad

(Roland Conrad, Salt Lake, UT)

  • Conrad Bumblebee[1]

Conroy

Consolidated

(for later types see Convair)

Constantinescu

(Cristea Constantinescu)

Contender

(Contender Aircraft Co, Sunnyvale, CA)

  • Contender 202[1]
  • Contender 303[1]
  • Contender 606[1]

Continental

(Continental Aircraft & Transportation Corp (pres: Fred Leinweber), Phoenix, AZ)

  • Continental 1910 Biplane[1]

Continental

(1929: Continental Aircraft Co, 704 E Douglas, Wichita, KS)

  • Continental 1929 aeroplane[1]

Continental

(1912: Continental Aircraft Corp (pres: Hugh Copeland), Amityville, NY)

  • Continental KB-1 Military Biplane[1]
  • Continental KB-3[1]

Continental

(Continental Aviation Corp (founders: M W Giddings and E R Willard), Boeing Field, Seattle, WA, 6/26/31: company into receivership)

  • Continental 3000[1]

Continental

(Continental Motors Company, Muskegon and Detroit, MI)

  • Continental 1924 Biplane[1]

Continental Copters

Convair

Convertawings

(Convertawings Inc, Long Island, NY)

  • Convertawings Quadrotor A[1]
  • Convertawings Quadrotor F[1]

Cook

(Leon M Cook, Pampa, TX)

  • Cook Shifflet[1]

Cook

((John) Cook Aircraft Corp, Torrance, CA)

Cooke

(Weldon B Cooke, Pittsburg, CA, 1913: Sandusky, OH)

Cooke

(G Carlyle Cooke, Winston-Salem, NC)

  • Cooke 1928 Monoplane[1]
  • Cooke 1930 Aeroplane[1]
  • Cooke 113-G[1]
  • Cooke Mono[1]

Cooke

(Sam Cooke)

  • Cooke 1955 Monoplane[1]

Cooley

(John F Cooley Aerial Navigation Co, Rochester, NY)

  • Cooley 1910 Aeroplane[1]

Cooley & Stroben

(Cooley & Stroben, Woodlake, CA)

  • Cooley & Stroben A[1]

Cooney

(Thomas A Cooney, Indianapolis, IN)

  • Cooney R-3[1]
  • Cooney Tom Cat[1]

Coonley

(Harold D Coonley, Miami, FL)

  • Coonley Racer[1] Little Toot

Cooper

(John D Cooper Aeroplane Co, Bridgeport, CT)

  • Cooper Training Tractor[1]

Cooper

(J B Cooper, Bridgeton, MO)

  • Cooper S-A-1[1]

Cooper-Travers

  • Cooper-Travers Hawk[15]

Copin

(Georges Copin)

  • Copin 1911 Monoplan[16]

Copland

(Harry Depew Copland, Detroit, MI)

  • Copland 1911 Biplane[1]

Corben

(Corben Sport Plane & Supply Co, Peru, IN and Madison, WI)

Corby

(John Corby)

  • Corby CJ-1 Starlet[17]

Corcoran

(R Stanley Corcoran Co, New Lenox, IL)

Cord-Vultee

(Aircraft Development Div, (Erret L) Cord Mfg Co, Glendale, CA)

Cordy

(Harry Cordy, Los Angeles, CA)

  • Cordy 1931 Helicopter[1]

Corivi Aviation

(Italy)

Corman

(Corman (Erret L Cord & Lucius B Manning) Aircraft Co, Dayton, OH)

Cornelius

(1930: (George Wilbur) Cornelius Aircraft Co, Glendale, CA, c.1935: Van Nuys, CA, c.1940: Dayton, OH, 1941: Cornelius-Hoepli Co.)

Cornu

(Paul Cornu)

Corvus

(Corvus Hungary LLC)

Coser-Oonk

(Joseph Coser & John Oonk, St Louis, MO)

Cosmic

(Cosmic Aircraft Corp, Bridgeport, CT)

Cosmic Wind

Cosmik Aviation

(Southam, United Kingdom)

Cosmos ULM

(Fontaine-lès-Dijon, France)

Coubasch Monoplane

(L. Coubash)

  • Coubasch Monoplane[19]

Cougar

(Leonard Eaves, Oklahoma City, OK)

Coulaud

(Coulaud)

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research

Coupé-Aviation

(Jacques Coupé)

Courier

(Courier Monoplane Co)

  • Courier MT-1[1] (a.k.a. TK-100)
  • Courier PB-1[1]

Courtès

(Jean-Claude Courtès)

  • Jean-Claude Courtès JCC.01[2]

Courtois-Suffit Lescop

Bon of the S. A. d'Applications Industrielles du Bois, issued 15. May 1918

(Société Anonyme d'Applications Industrielles du Bois)

  • Courtois-Suffit Lescop CSL C1[21][3]
  • Courtois-Suffit Lescop Clerget engined fighter[3]

Coutant

(Société de Constructions Navales du Léman de Thonon-Les Bains)

Coutou

(Coutou)

Couyaud

(Germain Couyaud)

Couzinet

(Société des Avions René Couzinet / René Couzinet)[23]

Cove

(Cove Biplane Co)

  • Cove 1911 Biplane[1]

Coventry Ordnance Works

Coward

(Ken S. Coward)

  • Coward WeeBee

Cox

(Joseph A Cox, 107 S Shield St, Knox, IN, 1928: Starke County Aviation Club.)

  • Cox C[1] (later renamed 'Mickey Mouse')

Cox-Klemin

CPA

(Chantiers de Provence Aviation)

Craft Aerotech

(Craft Aerotech, Missoula, MT)

Crane

(James A Crane, Ellsworth ME.)

  • Crane 1929 Ornithopter[1]

Cranfield Institute of Technology

Cranwell

(Cranwell Light Aeroplane Club, United Kingdom)

Crawford

((Harvey J) Crawford, Puyallup, WA)

  • Crawford 1908 Biplane[1]
  • Crawford-Colvin 1911 Biplane[1]
  • Crawford 1913 Biplane[1]

Crawford

(Crawford All-Metal Airplane Co Inc, Los Angeles, CA)

  • Crawford A-1[1]
  • Crawford C-1[1]
  • Crawford CLM[1]
  • Crawford Commercial[1]
  • Crawford Courier[1]
  • Crawford Powered Glider[1] (a series of powered primary's)
  • Crawford WFC Special[1]
  • Crawford Runabout[1]
  • Crawford Special[1]
  • Crawford-Watanabe Sport[1]
  • Crawford-Watanabe Courier[1]

CRDA CANT

(see CANT)

Creative Flight

Cricket Gyroplanes Ltd

Criquet Aviation

(Guaymaral, Colombia)

Crocker-Hewitt

(Francis B Crocker and Peter Cooper-Hewitt)

  • Crocker-Hewitt 1917 Helicopter[1]

Croisé

(Alain Croisé)

  • Croisé AC.1[2]

Cromley

(1912: (C D) Cromley Multiplane Co, Reno, NV)

  • Cromley 1912 Multiplane[1]
  • Cromley Helicopter[1]

Cromwell

(Forrest E Cromwell, Wetmore, KS)

  • Cromwell A-1[1]

Crosby

(Harry Crosby, Burbank, CA)

Croses

(Emilien Croses)

Crosley

(1929: (Powel) Crosley Aircraft Mfg Div, Crosley Radio & Electronics Co, Sharonville, OH)

  • Crosley Flea[1]
  • Crosley Moonbeam C-1[1]
  • Crosley Moonbeam C-2[1]
  • Crosley Moonbeam C-3[1]
  • Crosley Moonbeam C-4[1]
  • Crosley Power Glider[1]

Cross-Foster

((Dr Walter M) Cross-(Jack E) Foster Aircraft Corp, Kansas City, MO)

  • Cross-Foster CF-1[1]

Crossland

(Aviation Construction Engr Co, Chicago, IL)

  • Crossland Ace[1]

Crouch-Bolas

(1931: (R J Goodman) Crouch-(Harold) Bolas, 21 Campbell St, Pawtucket, RI)

  • Crouch-Bolas Dragon[1]
  • Crouch-Bolas Dragonfly[1]
  • Crouch-Bolas B-40 Pursuit[30]
  • Crouch-Bolas B-37 Speed Ranger[30]

Crouch-Sowers

  • Crouch-Sowers Special[1]

Crowder

(Hugh Crowder)

  • Crowder Blue Teal Custom[31]

Crown

Cruizaire

((W G) Dunn Mfg Co, Clarinda, IA)

  • Cruizaire 1929 Monoplane[1]

Crumley

(Crumley Multiplane Co.)

  • Crumley 1912 Aeroplane[1]

Crump

(Thomas Charles Crump, Grand Rapids, MI)

  • Crump Low-Wing[1]

Crusader

(Crusader Aircraft Corporation)

CSA

(Czech Sport Aircraft formerly CZAW)

CSC

(CSC Aircraft Company)

CSIR

(Council for Scientific and Industrial Research)

CSIRO

(Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation)

CSS

(Centralne Studium Samolotów – Central Aircraft Studies)

CTA

(Centro Técnico Aeroespacial)

CUB

Cub Crafters

Cukurs

(Herberts Cukurs) – Latvia

Culp

(Culp's Specialties, Shreveport, LA)

Culver

(Charles R Culver, Springfield, MA)

  • Culver 1910 Pusher Biplane[36]

Culver

(Lagar R Culver, Farmington, UT)

  • Culver 1910 Biplane[36]

Culver

(Culver Aircraft Company)

Cunliffe-Owen

Cunning

((Grant S) Cunning Aircraft, Clearfield, UT)

  • Cunning Volksplane[36]

Cunningham-Hall

((Francis E) Cunningham-(Randolph F) Hall Aircraft Corp)

Currie

(J.R.Currie)

Curti

(Curti Aerospace)

Curtis Wright

(Curtis A Wright Aeronautical Corp. (unrelated to Curtiss-Wright Corp. - note spelling))

  • Curtis Wright C.W.1A Coupe[36]
  • Curtis Wright C.W.1H Air Coach[36]
  • Curtis Wright C.W.2 Sport Trainer[36]
  • Curtis Wright CW-2 Flymobile a.k.a. Wek'copter[36]
  • Curtis Wright C.W.4 Commercial[36]
  • Curtis Wright C.W.5 Junior Transport[36]
  • Curtis Wright C.W.21 a.k.a. 21[36]

Curtiss

(Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company)

Military designations

Curtiss aircraft by name

Curtiss number designations

(assigned retroactively in 1935, with 75 being first contemporary use of system)

Curtiss letter designations

Curtiss collaborative ventures

Curtiss-Wright

(not to be confused with Curtis Wright)

Custer

(1939: National Aircraft Corp (Fdr: Willard R Custer), Hagerstown, MD, 1951: Construction by Baumann Aircraft Corp, Santa Barbara, CA)

Custom Flight

(Custom Flight Limited, Midland, Ontario, Canada)

Cuvelier-Lacroix

(Roland Cuvellier, Léon Lacroix)

  • Cuvelier LNB.11[2]
  • Cuvelier LNB.12[2]
  • Cuvelier-Lacroix 2L.12 le Manouche[2]

Cuthbertson

(Michigan Steel Boat Co, Detroit, MI)

  • Cuthbertson 1909 Biplane[36]

Cvjetkovic

CVV

(Centro Volo a Vela del Politecnico di Milano / Centro Studi ad Ezperienze per il Volo a Vela)

CW

(CW Helicopter Research)

C.W.

(C.W. Aircraft Ltd.)

CWL

(Centralne Warsztaty Lotnicze – Central Aviation Workshops)

Cyclone

(Cyclone Airsports Ltd)

Cycloplane

(Cycloplane Co Ltd (founders: H S "Dick" Myhres, Omer L Woodson), 3781 Angeles Mesa Dr, Los Angeles, CA)

Cyclops

(Zaharoff Aeronautical Corp of America, 55 W 42 St, New York, NY)

CZAL

(Czechoslovakia, late 40s – early 50s)

CZAW

Czech Sport Aircraft

(Czech Sport Aircraft)


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