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List of aircraft (H-He)

This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'H'.

Contents

H - He

Hackel

(Yakov Modestovich Gakkel)

Hackenberger

(A L Hackenberger, San Antonio, TX, 1938: Las Vegas, NV)

  • Hackenberger 1A[2]
  • Hackenberger H[2]

Hadley & Blood

(C O Hadley, Mineola, NY)

  • Hadley & Blood 1911 Biplane[2]

Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk

(Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk - Navy aircraft factory)

Haeco

(Robert Hatfield, Imperial, CA)

  • Haeco Hornet[2]

Haessler

(Helmut Haessler / Haessler-Villinger)

  • Haessler-Villinger H.V.1[3]
  • Haessler H3[3]

Häfeli

(August Häfeli)

Hafner

(Raoul Hafner)

Hagiwara

(Hisao Hagiwara / Jiyu Koku Kenkyusho (Liberty Aeronautical Research Institute))

  • Hagiwara JHX-1[5]
  • Hagiwara JHX-2[5]
  • Hagiwara JHX-3[5]
  • Hagiwara JHX-4[5]

Hagness

(Ernest Hagness, Portland, TX)

  • Hagness Hokey Pokey#1[2]

HAI

(Hellenic Aerospace Industry)

Haig

(Joseph Haig)

  • Haig 1986 Monoplane[2]

Haig

(Larry Haig)

Haig-K

(Haig-K Aircraft Corp, Swedsford Rd, Paoli, PA)

Haigh

(Henry Haigh, Howell, MI)

  • Haigh Super Star[2]

Haim

(Haim Aviation Inc.)

Haines

(Frank J Haines, Daytona Beach, FL and Detroit, MI)

  • Haines H-2[2]
  • Haines H-3 Firefly[2]
  • Haines Low-Wing[2]

Halberstadt

(Halberstädter Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H.)

Halbronn

(Robert Halbronn & Todd)

  • Halbronn H.T.1 a.k.a. Labourdette-Halbron
  • Halbronn H.T.2

Hales

(Hales Aircraft, Oklahoma City, OK)

  • Hales 1932 Monoplane[2]
  • Hales 1933 Monoplane[2]
  • Hales 102[2]

Hall

(Ernest C Hall, Warren, OH)

  • Hall 1911 Monoplane[2]

Hall

(Robert P Hall, Searchlight, NV)

  • Hall 1911 Monoplane[2]

Hall

(Hall Aeroplane Company (Charles S Hall), 807 North Spring St, Los Angeles, CA)

  • Hall Helicopter Aeroplane[2]

Hall

(Robert "Bert" Hall & Porter Roberts, Lindsay, OK)

Hall

(Theodore P Hall Engr Corp, Spreckels Bldg, San Diego, CA)

Hall/Hall-Springfield

(Springfield Aircraft Inc (Fdr: Robert L Hall), Springfield, MA)

  • Hall Bulldog[2]
  • Hall Cicada[2]

Hall Aluminium

(Charles Ward Hall Inc, Mamaroneck, NY, 1927: Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corp, Buffalo, NY)

Halladay

(C L Halladay, Jackson, MI)

  • Halladay 1911 pusher[2]
  • Halladay 1911 Racer[2]
  • Halladay 1915 Flying Boar[2]

Hallas

(Charles Hallas, Northville, MN)

  • Hallas 1929 Monoplane[2]

Haller

(Rudolf Haller)

  • Haller Ha 6
  • Haller Ha 22[3]
  • Haller Ha 23[3]

Haller

(Oldřich haller)

  • Haller H-8[7]
  • Haller H-9[7]
  • Haller H-11

Halligan

(Russel and Francis Halligan, Beardstown, IL)

  • Halligan 1923 Helicopter[2]

Hallock

(Bruce Hallock, Austin, TX)

  • Hallock Road Wing (a.k.a. HT-1)[2]
  • Hallock Pterodactyl[2]

Halpin

((Thomas E) Halpin Development Co, Lunken Airport, Cincinnati, OH)

Halpin-Huf

(Richard Halpin and Tom Huf)

  • H&H Fun Special[2]

Halsmer

(Joseph L Halsmer, Lafayette, IN)

  • Halsmer Aero Car 3[2]
  • Halsmer Safety Twin[2]

Halsted

{Barry Halsted} (Barry Halsted, Fountain Valley, CA)

Halton

(Halton Aero Club)

Hamao

(T Hamao)

  • Hamao Siakara Tombo[10]

Hamble River, Luke & Co Limited

Hamburger Flugzeugbau

Hamilton

(Charles K Hamilton, Mineola, NY)

  • Hamilton Hamiltonian[2]

Hamilton

Hamilton

(J W Hamilton, Mineola, NY)

  • Hamilton 1911 Monoplane[2]

Hamilton

(Hamilton Helicopter Co, Baltimore, MD)

  • Hamilton 1949 Helicopter[2]

Hamilton

((Gordon B) Hamilton Aircraft Co Inc, Tucson, AZ)

Hamilton

(Hamilton Aerospace. San Antonio, TX)

Hamilton

(Tom Hamilton)

Hammer

(Russell Hammer, Indianapolis, IN)

  • Hammer ANZ-3[2]

Hammer-Hunt

(Altitude Unlimited Inc (Bob Hammer & Dick Hunt), Paine Field, WA)

  • Hammer-Hunt HH-1 Zipper[2]

Hammond

((Dean B) Hammond Aircraft Corp, Ann Arbor, MI)

Hampton

(Hampton Engr Co (Arnold & David Biermann, engrs at NACA), 310 Marshall St, Hampton, VA)

  • Hampton 1930 Monoplane[2]

Hancock

(Allan Hancock Foundation (College), Santa Maria, CA)

  • Hancock Cadet[2]

Handasyde

(Handasyde Aircraft Company, United Kingdom)

H&E Paramotores

(Madrid, Spain)

Hand-Hoffman

(Edgar Hand & Jack Hoffman, Susalito, CA)

  • Hand-Hoffman 1908 Monoplane[2]

Handley

(Wayne Handley, Greenfield, CA)

  • Handley Raven T[2]

Handley Page

Handley Page (Reading)

Formed from assets of Miles Aircraft

Hanes

(Arnold Hanes, Los Angeles, CA)

  • Hanes H-1 Hornet[2]

Hanken

(William B Hanken, Monticello, IA)

  • Hanken HDT-681[2]

Hannaford

Hannover

(Hannoversche Waggonfabrik A.G.)

Hanriot

Hansa-Brandenburg

(Hansa und Brandenburgische Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H.)

Hanseatische Flugzeug-Werke

Hansen

(Perry D Hansen, Lansing, MI)

  • Hansen Special[2]

Hansen

(Willam Hansen)

  • Hansen WH-1 Thunderchicken[2]

Hansen-Loock

(Lorrin L Hansen & Rev Carl H Loock, Rapid City, SD)

  • Hansen-Loock 1930 Dirigible[2]

Hanson

(Carl L Hanson, Mercer Island, WA)

Hants & Sussex

(Hants and Sussex Aviation Ltd.)

Hanuschke

  • Hanuschke Monoplane[6]

HAPI

(HAPI Engines)

HAPSMobile

Harbin (HAMC)

Hardwick-Whittenbeck

(Dennis Hardwick & Clem Whittenbeck, Joplin, MO)

  • Hardwick-Whittenbeck HW Special[2]

Harlequin

(Harlequin Flying Club, San Francisco, CA)

  • Harlequin 1931 Monoplane[2]

Harley-Stromer

(Oregon Aircraft Co (Mayor Harley and Gus Stromer), Astoria, OR)

  • Harley-Stromer 'Oregon Maid'[2]

Harlow

(Harlow Aircraft Corp (Pres: J B Alexander), Alhambra, CA)

Harmening's High Flyers

(Genoa, IL)

Harmon

(Harmon Engineering Company)

Harmon

(C B Harmon)

  • Harmon 1911 Biplane[2]

Harmon

(George Richard Harmon, Richmond, VA)

  • Harmon 1935 Biplane[2]

Harmon

((D and John) Harmon Co Inc, Bakersfield, CA)

  • Harmon Rocket 1 (Van's RV-3 Conv.)[2]
  • Harmon Rocket 11 (Van's RV-4 Conv.)[2]
  • Harmon Rocket 111 (Van's RV-5 Conv.)[2]

Harmon-Spellman

(Ralph Harmon & L L Spellman, Greenwood, IN)

  • Harmon-Spellman Sport[2]

Harper

((Jack L) Harper Aircraft Mfg Co, Bedford and Elyra, OH)

  • Harper 1-A[2]
  • Harper B-2[2]
  • Harper Roberts Special[2]

Harper Aircraft

(Jacksonville, FL)

Harriman

(John Emery Harriman, Boston or Brookline, MA)

  • Harriman 1904 Flying Machine[2]
  • Harriman 1910 Aerocar[2]
  • Harriman 1910 Aeromobile[2]

Harriman

((Frank H/Frank M) Harriman Motor Works, South Glastonbury, CT) (Flew in the 1913 Great Lakes Reliability Cruise)[43]

  • Harriman 1912 Biplane[2]
  • Harriman 1913 Hydro[2]
  • Harriman 1915 Triplane[2]

Harriman

(H E Harriman, Mineola, NY)

  • Harriman 1919 Multi-Wing[2]

Harris

(Richard Hillman Harris, Atlanta, GA)

  • Harris parasol[2]

Harris

(Douglas Harris, Pawtucket, RI)

  • Harris 1930 Monoplane[2]

Harris

(Vernon C Harris, Heyworth, IL)

  • Harris Little Jewel[2]

Harris

(J Warren Harris, Vernal, UT)

Harrison

(Charles D Harrison)

  • Harrison K1S-1[2]

Harrison

(Bruce Harrison, Redding, CA)

  • Harrison Saunders Jethawk[2]

Harth

(George Harth, The Dalles, OR)

Hartman

(Arthur J Hartman, Burlington, IA)

Hartmann

(Hartmann Aircraft Corp, Jordan, NY)

Hartwig

(Hartwig Industries, San Antonio, TX)

  • Hartwig Little 'Copter[2]

Hartzell

(Hartzell Walnut Propeller Co, Piqua, OH and Detroit, MI)

  • Johnson-Hartzell FC-1[2]
  • Johnson-Hartzell FC-2[2]
  • Hartzell MR-1[2]
  • Hartzell XX[2]

Harvard

(Harvard Aeronautical Society, Cambridge, MA)

  • Harvard Number 1[2]

HarvEd

(HarvEd Aircraft Co (Harvey Calbo & Edward F Smithana), 1515 Phillips Ave, Racine, WI)

  • HarvEd 1928 Monoplane[2]
  • HarvEd 1929 Monoplane[2]

Hash

(Jack Hash, Crosbyton, TX)

  • Hash Special[2]

Hast

(George Hast)

  • Hast Wooden Baby[2]

Hastings

((Reed) Hastings Aeronautics Co, Hastings, NE)

  • Hastings JCH-1[2]

HAT

(Hellenic Aeronautical Technologies)

Hatfield

(Bob & Cliff Hatfield, Imperial, CA)

  • Hatfield Haeco Hornet[2]
  • Hatfiel Racer[2]

Hatfield

(Milton Hatfield, Elkhart, IN)

Hatz

(John D Hatz, Schofield and Merril, WI c.1980: Dudley R Kelly, Versailles, KY)

Hatzenbuhler

(Howard F Hatzenbuhler, Mt Clemens, MI)

  • Hatzenbuhler Packard A[2]

Haufe

(Walter H Haufe, Neenah, WI)

Hauptner

(Edward Hauptner, Long Island, NY)

  • Hauptner 1932 Biplane[2]

Havertz

(Hermann Havertz)

  • Havertz HZ-5

Hawk

((Ernie) Hawk Industries Inc, Yucca Valley, CA)

Hawke

(Hawke Dusters (founders: Edwin R Hawke, John Cuneo), Modesto, CA)

Hawker

(Hawker Aircraft ltd.)

Hawker Siddeley

(Hawker Siddeley Aircraft (1935–1948) Hawker Siddeley Aviation (1948–1977) Parent company of Armstrong Whitworth, Avro, Hawker, and Gloster companies)

Hawks

((Frank) Hawks Aircraft Co, Springfield, MA)

Hayden-Clark-O'Day

(E E Hayden & Jess Clark, Visalia, CA)

  • Hayden-Clark-O'Day W-6[2]

Hayden-Payne-Kinney

  • Hayden-Payne-Kinney SPK-1

Hayes

(O R Hayes, Charleston, VA)

  • Hayes Sport NA-1[2]

Haynes

(Robin Haynes)

Haynes Aero

HB-Flugtechnik

(HB-Flugtechnik GmbH / HB Aircraft Industries Luftfahrzeug AG)

Headberg

(Headberg Aviation Inc.)

Heath

(Heath Aircraft Co Inc, 1721 Sedgwick St, Chicago, IL)

Heath

(Malcolm R Heath, Warren, OH)

HECC

(Helicopter Engineering and Construction Corp, RI)

Heckerson

(Harold Heckerson (Hickerson?), Stoner Rd, Fostoria, OH)

  • Heckerson A-1[2]

Hege

(Paul Peter Hege, Sedgwick, KS)

Hegy

(Ray C Hegy, Marfa, TX)

Hegy-Zunker

(Raymond C Hegy and Norman W Zunker, Hartford, WI)

  • Hegy-Zunker Special[2]

Heimann-Beachey

((M A) Heimann-(Hillery) Beachey Aeroplane Mfg Co, St Louis, MO)

  • Heimann-Beachey 1911 Biplane[2]

Heimbächer

(Fritz Heimbächer)

  • Heimbächer No 4

Heinemann

(George (Gernot W) Heinemann, Bellingham, WA)

  • Heinemann GH Parasol[2]
  • Heinemann Mosquito[2]

Heinkel

(Ernst Heinkel A.G.) (note early Heinkel designation did NOT use the RLM He designation but HE-Heinkel Eindecker or HD-Heinkel Doppel-decker)

(He - Heinkel (RLM designator))

Heinonen

(Juhani Heinonen)

  • Heinonen HK-1 Keltiainen[49]
  • Heinonen HK-2[50]

Heinrich

((Albert S and Arthur) Heinrich Aeroplane Co, Baldwin, NY, and Victor Aircraft Corp, Freeport, NY)

  • Heinrich 1910 Monoplane[2]
  • Heinrich 1911 Monoplane#2[2]
  • Heinrich 15[2]
  • Heinrich Model B Monoplane[2]
  • Heinrich Model C Monoplane[2]
  • Heinrich Model D Monoplane[51]
  • Heinrich Model E Military Tractor Biplane[2]
  • Heinrich Model E-2 Military Tractor Biplane[2]
  • Victor 1917 Trainer[2]
  • Victor Pursuit[2]
  • Victor Advanced Trainer[2]
  • Victor D.8[2]

Heintz

see Zenith or Zenair

Heinz (aircraft constructor)

  • Heinz Floatplane[2](Lovejoy Curlycraft)
  • Heinz 1939 Monoplane[2]

Heiserman

(Charles Heiserman, Iron Mountain, MI)

  • Heiserman 1933 Monoplane[2]
  • Heiserman 1937 Monoplane[2]

Heldeberg Designs

(Altamont, NY)

Heli-Sport

(Heli-Sport, Turin, Italy)

Helibras

(Helicopteros do Brasil S/A)

Helicom

(Helicom Inc, Long Beach, CA)

Helicop-Air

Helicop-Jet

Helicopters Inc

(Reformed and renamed from Bendix Helicopters Inc, Stratford, CT)

  • Helicopters Inc Model J[2]
  • Helicopters Inc Model K[2]

Helicópteros

(Helicópteros de Bolivia SRL / Helicóptero nacional / Helicóptero Boliviano)

  • Helicópteros Bolivia I[54]
  • Helicópteros AB-32 Sirionó (Sirionó - Jaguar)[55]

Helio

(1956: Helio Corp & Aeronca Aircraft Corp, Pittsburg, KS; c.1959: Helio Aircraft Corp, Pittsburg, KS; Helio Aircraft Corp, Norwood, MA; 1969: Helio Aircraft Co div of General Aircraft Corp. 1984: Acquired by Aerospace Technology Industries. 1989: Acquired by Aircraft Acquisition Corp and revived as Helio Aircraft Corp, Morgantown, WV; 1992: Helio Enterprises Inc)

Heliopolis

(Heliopolis Aircraft Works)

Helios

Helite

(A brand of La Mouette, Messigny, France)

Helle-Franklin

  • Helle-Franklin 1927 Biplane[2]

Hellesen-Kahn

  • Hellesen-Kahn HK-1

Helmerichs

(Henry Helmerichs, Ryegate, MT)

  • Helmerichs 1932 monoplane[2]

Helmy

(Saleh Helmy)

Helowerks

(Helowerks, Hampton, VA)

Helwan Aircraft Factory

(Helwan / Egyptian General Aero Organisation / Factory No.36)

Hempearth

  • Hempearth Hemp Plane

Hemstreet

(S Hemstreet, Chattanooga, TN)

  • Hemstreet Jessie[2]

Hendershott

(Ward & Bruce Hendershott, Sioux City, IA)

  • Hendershott 1929 Biplane[2]

Henderson Aero Specialties

(Felton, DE)

Henderson School of Flying

(Brooklands, England)

Henderson-Glenny

Hendrick

(C J Hendrick, Middletown, NJ)

  • Hendrick 1910 Monoplane[2]

Hendrickson

(O J Hendrickson, Middletown, NJ)

  • Hendrickson 1910 Biplane[2]

Hendy

Hennessey

(James R Hennessey)

  • Hennessey 1926 Monoplane[2]

Hennesy

(Gerald Hennesy, Washington, DC)

  • Henesy Monoplane[2]

Hennion

(Emile Hennion)

Henri Farman

Hensley

(Edward F Hensley, Oklahoma City, OK)

  • Hensley 1936 Biplane[2]

Hensley

(Hensley Aircraft)

Henschel

(Henschel Flugzeugwerke A.G.)

Herbst

(Frank Herbst, Wilmington, NC)

  • Herbst 1911 Aeroplane[2]

HERC

(Helicopter Engineering and Research Corporation)

Hereter

(Talleres Hereter - Barcelona)

  • Hereter T.H.[4] (Alfaro 8)

Herff

(Adolph P Herff & Orval H Snyder, San Antonio and Boeme, TX)

  • Herff 1909 Aeroplane[2]
  • Herff 1926 Aeroplane[2]

Hergt

(F.D. Hergt / Fliegerersatz-Abteilung 1- F.E.A. 1 - pilot reserve section 1)

Hermann

(Ateliers Fred Herrmann)

  • de Glymes DG X (DG-10)[60]

Hernandez

(Frank Hernandez, San Diego, CA)

Herr

(Harold D Herr, Millersville, PA)

Herren

((Wilson) Herren Aeronautical Corp, Barrington, IL)

  • Herren CL-32[2]

Herrick

(Gerald & Myron Herrick, Philadelphia, PA)

  • Herrick HV-1[2]
  • Herrick HV-2 Vertaplane[2]
  • Herrick HV-3 Vertaplane[2]

Hershfield

(Harry A Hershfield Jr, Santa Rosa, NM)

  • Hershfield VJA Special[2]

Hervey

(George H Hervey, San Fernando, CA)

  • Hervey Travelplane[2]

Herzog

(R D Herzog (Herzog Bros), Harvard, NE)

  • Herzog Meteor[2]
  • Herzog Model 2[2]

HESA

(a.k.a.Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industries Corporation (IAMI))

Hesley

(Bob Hesley, Houston, TX)

  • Hesley Pussy Cat[2]

Hess

((Adrian T & Aubrey W) Hess Aircraft Co Inc, Van Alstyne Blvd, Wyandotte, MI)

  • Hess H-1 Bluebird[2]
  • Hess H-2 Bluebird[2]

Heston

Heuberger

(Lawrence K Heuberger, El Paso, TX and Los Alamitos, CA)

Hewa Technics


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