List of aircraft (S)

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

S

S-M-J

(M L Shanklin, (--) Moore, (--) Johnson, Indianapolis and Mooresville IN.)

S-Wing

(S-Wing VSLX R.O.)

Saab

(Svenska Aeroplan AktieBolaget)

SAB

(Société et Ateliers Béchereau) See:Béchereau

SAB

(Société Aérienne Bordelaise)

SAB Aviation

(SAB Aviation srl, Benevento, Italy)

Sabath

(Joseph Sabath, Philadelphia.)

  • Sabath 1932 helicoplane[9]

SABCA

(Société Anonyme Belge de Constructions Aéronautiques)

  • Sabca Demonty-Poncelot Cyrano[10]
  • SABCA-Jullien SJ.1 - motorglider[11]
  • SABCA CG-2 Camgul - 1925 single-engine biplane (Cambier-Guldentops)[12]
  • SABCA S.2 - 1926 single-engine airliner
  • SABCA S.11 - 1931 trimotor airliner
  • SABCA S.12- 1931 trimotor airliner[13]
  • Sabca S.20 Libelulle[14]
  • SABCA S.30 - 1936[15]
  • SABCA S.40 - 1939 trainer
  • SABCA S.45 - licence-built Caproni Ca.135
  • SABCA S.46 - licence-built Caproni Ca.310
  • SABCA S.47 - licence-built Caproni Ca.335
  • SABCA S.48 - licence-built Caproni Ca.312
  • SABCA S.60[16]

Sabey

(Richard Sabey, California, United States)

  • Sabey SX-1[9]

Sablatnig

(Germany)

Sablier

(Georges Sablier)

Sabre Aircraft

(Sabre Aircraft Inc, Buckeye, Arizona, United States)

SAC

(Southern Airmotive Corp, Dothan, Alabama, United States)

  • SAC Special[9]

Sack

(Arthur Sack)

Sackett

(Horace E Sackett, Gobles, Michigan, United States)

  • Sackett J-1 Jeanie[9]

Sadler

((William) Sadler Aircraft Co, Scottsdale Arizona, United States)

Sadleir

( Sadleir / VTOL Industries Australia Ltd.)

SAF

(Société Aéronautique Française, formerly Constructions Aéronautiques E. Dewoitine and nationalized in 1936 as Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Midi) see:Dewoitine

Safari

Safe-Wings

(Master Air Pilots Inc, Rockford, Illionois, United States)

  • Safe-Wings SW-1[9]
  • Safe-Wings SW-2[9]

Sage

(Frederick Sage & Company, United Kingdom)

Sagsetter

(Clarence & Raymond Sagstetter, Wausau, Wisconsin, United States)

  • Sagstetter 1935 Monoplane[9]

SAI

(Skandinavisk Aero Industri A/S, Sweden)

SAI

(Società Aeronautica Italiana, Italy)

SAI

(Supersonic Aerospace International)

Sailair

(James T Robinson, 1723 W 29 Place, Los Angeles, California, United States)

  • Sailair Firefly[9]
  • Sailair JT-1[9]

Sailplane Corporation of America

(United States) see also: Gus Briegleb

SAIMAN

(Societa Anonima Industrie Mecchaniche Aeronautiche, Italy)

SAIRC

Saito

(Sotoichi Saito, Japan)

Sakamoto

(Juichi Sakamoto, Japan)

Salina-Hoffman

(Louis E Salina & Earl Hoffman, Carnegie, Pennsylvania, United States)

  • Salina-Hoffman Susie Bee[9]

Salis

(Amicale Jean Baptiste Salis, France)

Salisbury

(H.M. Salisbury, Walnut Grove, California, United States)

  • Salisbury 1927 Biplane[9]

Salmson

(Société des Moteurs Salmson / Compagnie Française d'Aviation - C.F.A., France)

Salmson-Béchereau

(France)

  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-2[28]
  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-3[29]
  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-3bis[30]
  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-3ter[31]
  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-4[32]
  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-5[18][33]
  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-6[18][34]
  • Salmson-Béchereau SB-7[35]

Salmson-Moineau

(France)

Salvay-Stark

(Salvay-Stark Aircraft, Buena Park, California, United States)

Salzman

((Joseph R) Salzman Aircraft Services, Detroit Airport, Michigan, United States)

  • Salzman SL-1[9]

Sam Aircraft

SAML

(Società Aeronautica Meccanica Lombardia, Italy)

Sampson

(A M Sampson (also seen as Robert Henderson & Nate Carhart), Wahpeton, North Dakota, United States)

  • Sampson B Special MSL-2[9]
  • Sampson Wildcat[9]

Samson Motorworks

(Meadow Vista, California, United States)

Samu-Geonczy

(Béla Samu & Geonczy)

  • Samu-Geonczy SG-2 Kek Madar[36]

Samu-Orosz-Hatházi

(Belá Samu, Jenö Orosz and Dániel Hatházi)

  • Samu-Orosz-Hatházi SOH-1[37]

SAN

(Société Aeronautique Normande, France)

San Francisco

(San Francisco, California, United States)

  • San Francisco R-1 a.k.a. Flier[9]

San Jose

(San Jose Flying Club Ltd, 1232 Martin Ave, San Jose, California, United States)

  • San Jose E[9]

Sanchez-Besa

(Establissements Louis Clement el Sanchez-Besa)

  • Sanchez-Besa Multiplane (1921) single-engine experimental[38]

Sanders

(C Sanders, Oakland, California, United States)

  • Sanders Curtiss Pursuit[9]

Sands

(Ron Sands Co, Mertztown, Pennsylvania, United States)

Sänger

(Eugen Sänger)

  • Sänger Strato-Gleiter[39]

Santa Ana

(Santa Ana Aircraft Co, Santa Ana, California, United States)

  • Santa Ana 1925 Biplane[9]
  • Santa Ana VM-1[9]

Santos-Dumont

(France)

São Carlos

(Escola de Engenharia de São Carlos(IPAI Aeronautical Division)- São Carlos Engineering School)

  • IPAI-26 Tuca[40]
  • IPAI-27 Jipe Vaodor[40]
  • IPAI-28 Super Surubim[40]
  • IPAI-29 Tira Prosa[40]
  • IPAI-30[40]

São Paulo

  • São Paulo SP-18 Onça - Jaguar[40]
  • São Paulo SP-19 Galinha - Hen[40]
  • São Paulo SP-20 Pinto[40]
  • São Paulo SP-21 Ganço - Duck[40]

Sapphire Aircraft Australia

(Fosterville, Victoria, Australia)

SARC

(France) Société des Avions René Couzinet (see René Couzinet)

Sarić

  • Sarić 1
  • Sarić 2

SATTCo

(Service Aviation Training & Transport Co, Wabash, Indiana, United States)

  • SATTCo Commercial[9]

Saturn

(Saturn Aircraft & Engineering, Oxnard, California, United States)

  • Saturn Taylor Meteor II[9]

Saul

((W Irving) Saul Aircraft Corp, Carroll, Iowa, United States)

  • Saul Triad 1000[9]

Saulnier

(Société des Aéroplanes Saulnier, France)

S.E.Saunders

(S.E Saunders Limited, United Kingdom)

Saunders Aircraft Company

(Canada)

Saunders-Roe

(United Kingdom)

Sauper

Sauser Aircraft Company

(Tustin, California, United States)

Sauzeau

  • Sauzeau Eres-II Coquin Moulins[45]

Savary

Savelev

Savoia

(Société anonyme de construction aéronautique Savoia)

Savoia-Marchetti

(Italy)

Savoia Pomilio

(Italy)

Sawyer

(Hugh S Sawyer, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States)

Sawyer

(Ralph V Sawyer, Lancaster, California, United States)

Saynor & Bell

SCA

(Société Commercial Aéronautique, France)

SCA

(Stabilimento Costruzioni Aeronautiche)

SCAL

(Societe de Constructions et d'Aviation Legere)

Scaled Composites

(United States) (for Rutan models up to 79 see Rutan Aircraft Factory)

SCAM

(Societe de Constructions et d'Aviation M)

  • SCAM C.50 Milane II[20]

SCAN

(Société de Constructions Aéro-Navales de Port-Neuf , France)

Schad

(Adolph R Schad, 105 Mechanic St, Cleburne TX. 1936: Keene, Texas, United States)

  • Schad 1927 Monoplane[9]

Schapel

( (Rodney E) Schapel Aircraft Co, Reno, Nevada, United States)

  • Schapel S-350 Mini-Swat[9]
  • Schapel S-525 Super Swat[9]
  • Schapel S-882[9]
  • Schapel S-981 Swat[9]
  • Schapel S-1080 Thunderbolt[9]
  • Schapel S-1275 Finesse[9]

Schaupp

(Paul Schaupp & John Doke, Inglewood, California, United States)

  • Schaupp 1951 Monoplane[9]

Schauss

(Al Schauss, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. 1935: Schauss & (Edward C) Lampman.)

  • Schauss 1931 Monoplane[9]
  • Schauss A[9]
  • Schauss-Lampman Sport[9]

Scheibe

Scheller

  • Scheller S.IV

Schempp-Hirth

(Martin Schempp & Wolf Hirth)

  • Göppingen Gö 8
  • Göppingen Gö 9 development aircraft for Do 335 Pfeil
  • Schempp-Hirth GS.6 Milan

Scheutzow

((Webb) Scheutzow Helicopter Corp, Berea, Ohio, United States)

Schiefer

(Schiefer & Sons Aeroplane Co, San Diego, California, United States)

  • Schiefer RS[9]

Schiell

(Schiell Co. of Brasov)

  • Schiell Ra.Bo.

Schill

(Vermont Air Transport Co, Schill Airport, Milton, Vermont, United States)

  • Schill 1914 Biplane[9]
  • Schill B-1[9]
  • Schill Gull Wing[9]

Schleicher

Schmeidler

(Dipl. Ing. Werner Schmeidler)

  • Schmeidler SN-2[39]

Schmid

(Adalbert Schmid)

  • Schmid SC-28 Wolke ornithopter[49]
  • Schmid 1947 ornithopter[49]
  • Schmid Kleinflugzeug Mücke[49]

Schmidtler

(Ultraleichtflug Schmidtler, Munich, Germany)

Schmidt

(Bruno Hermann Schmidt/U S Aerial Navigation Co, Homestead, New Jersey, United States)

  • Schmidt 1911 Biplane[9]

Schmitt

(Ateliers de Constructions Mécaniques et Aéronautiques Paul Schmitt)

Schmitt

(Maximilian Schmitt Aeroplane & Motor Works, 96 Dale Ave, Paterson, New Jersey, United States)

  • Schmitt 1914 Monoplane[9]

Schmuck Brothers

(Edward W & Charles T) Schmuck Bros Aircraft Co, 981 Amalia Ave/Eastside Monarch Aero Corp Airport, Los Angeles, California, United States. 1930: West Coast Aircraft Corp, Los Angeles.)

  • Schmuck S-1 Commercial Sport a.k.a. Monarch
  • Schmuck S-3 Sport a.k.a. Monarch
  • West Coast WCK-2 Sportster a.k.a. Monarch

Schneider

(Edmund Schneider Germany)

  • Schneider ESM 5[39]

Schneider

(Edmund Schneider Australia)

Schneider

(Société des Avions Schneider)

Schneider

(Flugmaschine Fabrik Franz Schneider G.m.b.H.)

  • Schneider fighter 1918[18]

Schoenenberg

(Heinrich Schoenenberg)

  • Schoenenberg HS 9 Biplane[40]

Schoettler

(Ferdinand Leopold Schoettler and Ernst Fuetterer - China)

  • Schoettler I Dulux Dashatou
  • Schoettler III
  • Schoettler B3
  • Schoettler S4
  • Schoettler C4

Scholz

(Richard Scholz)

  • Scholz Alter Adler[39]

Scholz

(Scholz (aircraft constructor))

  • Scholz SS-1

Schramm

(Schramm Aircraft Company)

Schretzmann

(Walter Schretzmann)

Schröder Expeditions Gyrocopter

(Akelsbarg, Germany)

Schroeder

(E A Schroeder, 1765 Dolores St, San Francisco, California, United States)

  • Schroeder Cyclogyro a.k.a. S-1[9]

Schroeder

(Richard E Schroeder, Toledo, Ohio, United States)

  • Schroeder Air Mate[9]

Schroeder-Wentworth

(Mercury Aircraft Corp, (Rudolph W "Shorty" Schroeder & John R Wentworth), Hammondsport, New York, United States)

  • Schroeder-Wentworth 1929 Monoplane[9][53]

Schubert

(E Alvin Schubert, Galesville, Wisconsin, United States)

  • Schubert Der Fledermaus

Schütte-Lanz

(Luftschiffbau Schütte-Lanz)

Schwade

(Schwade Flugzeug und Motorenbau)

  • Kampfeinsitzer Nr1 1914[18]
  • Kampfeinsitzer Nr2 1915[18]

Schweizer

(Schweizer Aircraft Corp, Elmira, New York, United States)

Scintex Aviation

(France)

Scott

(James F Scott, Chicago, Illinois, United States)

  • Scott 1909 aerodyne
  • Scott 1910 aerodyne

Scott

(Ronald Scott, Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States)

Scott (aircraft constructor)

  • Scott SE.5

Scott

(Allen Scott, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States)

  • Scott Hoopo

Scottish Aeroplane Syndicate

(United Kingdom)

Scottish Aviation

(United Kingdom)

Scout

(Scout Airplane Co. (Pacific Air Industries), Los Angeles, California, United States)

  • Scout Monoplane[9]

Scoville

(John R Scoville, Rochester, New York, United States)

Scraggs

(Roy B Scraggs (Scroggs), Eugene, Oregon,United States)

  • Scraggs Last Laugh[9]

SCWL

(SCWL SA)

SDB

(SDB, an enterprise of the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation, Moscow, Russia)

SD Planes

  • SD-1 Mini-Sport[9]

SEA

(Société d'Etudes Aéronautiques (Belgium))

SEA

(Société d'Etudes Aéronautiques (France))

Sea and Sky

(Sea and Sky Inc, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, United States)

Sea-Bow International

(Valcourt, Quebec, Canada)

Seair

(Seair Technologies)

  • Seair Flying Boat

Seabird

(Seabird Aviation Australia Pty. Ltd. Australia)

Seabird

(Seabird Aviation Inc, Columbus, Ohio, United States)

  • Seabird Le Petrel[9]

Seagrave

(Marshal T Seagrave, Piedmont (Oakland), California, United States)

  • Seasgrave 1[9]

Seahawk

(Seahawk Industries)

Searey

(Progressive Aerodyne Inc (fdr: Kerry Richter), Orlando, Florida, United States)

SeaStar Aircraft

  • SeaStar Aircraft SeaStar

Seawind

(Seawind International / SNA Inc.)

Seabring

(Robert M Sebring, San Fernando, California, United States)

  • Sebring 1948 Monoplane

SECAN

(Société d'Etudes et de Construction Aéro-Navales, France)

SECAT

(Société d'Etudes et de Construction d'Avions de Tourisme, France)

Security-National

(Security Aircraft Corp, Long Beach, California, United States)

SEEMS

(Société d'Exploitation des Etablissements Morane Saulnier, France) see: Morane-Saulnier, SOCATA

Seguin

(Elliot Seguin)

Seibel

(Seibel Helicopter Co Inc, Wilson Field, Wichita, United States)

Selcher

(John Selcher)

  • Selcher JS-1[9]

SELA

(Société d'Etude pour la Locomotion Aérienne)

  • SELA monoplane

Selex ES

(Selex ES, Rome Italy.)

Sellars

(Dr J Sellars, White Plains, New York, United States)

  • Sellars Quadroplane[9]

Sellers

(Matthew B Sellers Jr, Olive Hill, Kentucky, United States, Norwood, Ohio, United States, and Baltimore, Maryland, United States)

  • Sellers Quadruplane a.k.a. Number 6[9]
  • Sellers Quadruplane (very little info available)[9]

Sellet-Pelletier

(Christian Sellet & Jacques Pelletier)

  • Sellet-Pelletier Grillon 120[54]

Sellick

(William Sellick, Cicero, Illinois, United States)

  • Sellick 1913 Monoplane[9]

Sellmer

(Jacob P Sellmer, San Rafael, California, United States)

  • Sellmer Incubator[9]
  • Sellmer 1932 helicoplane[9]

Selvage

(Blaine Selvage, Humboldt City, California, United States)

  • Selvage 1909 Monoplane[9]

SEMA

(Société d'Etudes de Matériels d'Aviation)

  • SAB-SEMA 10 (Societé Aérienne Bordelaise - Societé d'Etudes de Materiel d'Aviation)
  • SAB-SEMA 12 (Societé Aérienne Bordelaise - Societé d'Etudes de Materiel d'Aviation)

SEPECAT

(Société Européenne de Production de l'avion ECAT (Ecole de Combat et d'Appui tactique), France/United Kingdom)

Sequoia

(Sequoia Aircraft Co, Richmond, Virginia, United States)

SERLAG

Servais

(Pierre Servais)

  • Servais light aircraft[20]
  • Servais PS.10 Paul Vergnes[20]

Servoplant

(Bucharest, Romania)

Sessions

(Claude Sessions, Waynesville, Illinois and Owensburg, Kentucky, United States)

  • Sessions 1922 Biplane[9]
  • Owensburg 1925 Biplane[9]

Servicair

(Servicair Co, Glendale, California, United States)

  • Servicair Loadmaster[9]

SET

(Societatea pentru exploatari technice)

SETCA

(Société d'Études Techniques et de Constructions Aéronautiques)

Seux

(Edmond Seux (1869–1909))

  • Aéroplane Edmond Seux

Seversky

(Seversky Aircraft Corporation, United States) see also Republic

Seville

(Seville Aircraft Inc.)

  • Seville Two Place[54]

SEVIMIA

(Société d'Études VIctor MInié Aéronautiques)

Seyedo Shohada

Sexton

(Cicero, Illinois, United States)

  • Sexton Monoplane[9]

SFAN

(Société Française d'Aviation Nouvelle, France)

SFCA

(Société Française de Construction Aéronautique, France)

  • SFCA Lignel 10[62]
  • SFCA Lignel 16[63]
  • SFCA Lignel 161[64]
  • SFCA Lignel 20[65]
  • SFCA Lignel 20S[66]
  • SFCA Lignel 31[67]
  • SFCA Lignel 44[68]
  • SFCA Lignel 46 Coach[68]
  • SFCA Maillet 20[69]
  • SFCA Maillet 201[70]
  • SFCA Maillet 21[71]
  • SFCA Maillet-Lignel 20[65]
  • SFCA Taupin[72]
  • SFCA Taupin 5/2[73]

SFECMAS

(Société Française d'Etude et de Construction de Matériel Aéronautiques Spéciaux, France)

SFERMA

(Société Française d'Entretien et de Réparation de Matériel Aéronautique, France)

SFG

(Société Française du Gyroplane, France)

  • SFG G.11E Gyroplane (manuf. at Breguet)[20]
  • SFG G.111 Gyroplane (manuf. at Breguet)[20]
  • SFG G.20 Gyroplane (manuf. at Breguet)[20]

SFI

(Sächsische Flugindustrie G.m.b.H.)

SFKB

(Samoletna Fabrika Caproni Bulgarski)

  • SFKB KB-1 Peperuda ("Butterfly")[74]
  • SFKB KB-2 UT ("Instructor-Training")[74]
  • SFKB KB-2A Tchutchuliga ("Skylark")[74]
  • SFKB KB-3 Tchutchuliga-I[74]
  • SFKB KB-4 Tchutchuliga-II[74]
  • SFKB KB-5 Tchutchuliga-III[74]
  • SFKB KB-309 Papagal ("Parrot") - (KB-6)[74]
  • SFKB KB-11 Fazan (Фазан - Pheasant)[74]

Sfreddo & Paolini

(Sociedad Anonima Sfreddo & Paolini)

SG Aviation

(SG Aviation srl (now called Storm Aircraft), Sabaudia, Italy)

SGCIM

(Société Générale des Constructions Industrielles et Mécaniques) see also: Borel

  • SGCIM C.1
  • SGCIM C.2

Shaanxi

(China)

Shamrock

(Irish Aircraft Co, Sandusky, Ohio, United States)

  • Shamrock 3-B[9]
  • Shamrock IAC Special[9]

Shanghai

(China)

Shannon-Buente

(James Shannon & Ben E Buente, Evansville, Illinois, United States)

  • Shannon-Buente Special[9]

Shapley

Shark.Aero

(Shark.Aero s.r.o.)

Sharp

(George E and Loran Sharp, Newhall, California, United States)

  • Sharp Meteora[9]

Sharp

(Jon Sharp)

Sharpe

(Graydn L. Sharpe)

Shavrov

(Soviet Union)

Shaw

()

  • Shaw Comet[9]

SHBP

(Victor Simonet et al.)

  • SHBP monoplane[76]

Shcherbakov

Shchetinin

Shearwater

(Shearwater Aircraft)

Sheehan

(Wilfred J Sheehan, S Walpole, Maryland, United States)

  • Sheehan Parasol[9]

Sheffield

Shelton

(Thomas Shelton (aircraft constructor))

Shenyang

(Shenyang Aircraft Corporation)

Shenyang/Chengdu

(China)

Shenyang Light Aircraft Co.

(China)

  • HU-1

Shepard-Krum

(Fred J Shepard & Thomas C Krum, Beaverton OR.)

  • Shepard-Krum SC-1 Sportcraft[9]

Shepherd

(F R Shepherd, Riverbank, California, United States)

  • Shepherd Skylark[9]

Sheremetyev

(Boris Nikolayevich Sheremetyev)

  • Sheremetyev ShBM
  • Sheremetyev Sh-13

Sherpa Aircraft Manufacturing

(Sherpa Aircraft Co Inc, Aloha, Oregon, United States. Sherpa Worldwide Inc & Sherpa International Inc.)

  • Sherpa Aircraft Sherpa
  • Sherpa Aircraft Sherpa 8[9]
  • Sherpa Aircraft Sherpa 200[9]
  • Sherpa Aircraft Sherpa 300[9]
  • Sherpa Aircraft Sherpa 400[9]
  • Sherpa Aircraft Sherpa 411[9]
  • Sherpa Aircraft Sherpa 500[9]

Shigeno

(Kiyotake Shigeno)

  • Shigeno Wakadori-go[23]

Shijiazhuang

(Shijiazhuang Aircraft Industry Co.)

  • Shijiazhuang Y-5
  • Shijiazhuang LE-500 Little Eagle[77]
  • Shijiazhuang LE-800[77]
  • Shijiazhuang HO300 Seagull[77]
  • Shijiazhuang Qingting 5[54]
  • Shijiazhuang Qingting 5A[54]
  • Shijiazhuang Qingting 5B[54]
  • Shijiazhuang Qingting 6[54]

Shin Meiwa/ShinMaywa

(Japan)

Shinn

((Clifford) Shinn Engr Co, Santa Ana, California)

Shirato

(Shirato Hikoki Kenkyusho - Shirato Aeroplane Research Studio)

  • Shirato Asahi-go[23]
  • Shirato Anzani (Ground Taxi-ing) Trainer[23]
  • Shirato Iwao-go[23]
  • Shirato Takeru-go (aka Tamura Tractor or Ichimori Tractor)[23]
  • Shirato Kauru-go[23]
  • Shirato 16[23]
  • Shirato 20[23]
  • Shirato 25 Kuma-go[23]
  • Shirato 26[23]
  • Shirato 28[23]
  • Shirato 31[23]
  • Shirato 32[23]
  • Shirato 37[23]
  • Shirato 38[23]
  • Shirato 40[23]

Shirlen

(Roy L Shirlen, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States)

Shneider

(P P Shneider, 1020 E 178 St, New York, New York, United States)

  • Shneider I[9]
  • Shneider II[9]
  • Shneider 1910 Curtiss pusher[9]

Shober

(William C Shober, Brookeville, Maryland. c.1973: Shober Aircraft Enterprises, Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States)

Shores

(Boyd J Shores, Pasadena, California, United States)

  • Shores S-1[9]

Short Brothers

(United Kingdom)

Showa

Showers

(Showers-Aero)

Shriver

(Tod Shriver & (?) Dietz, Mineola, New York, United States)

  • Shriver 1910 Biplane[9]

SIA

(Società Incremento Aviazione, Cameri)

  • Gabardini 1911 Le Monaco monoplane
  • Gabardini 1912 flying boat
  • Gabardini 1913 monoplane
  • Gabardini 1914 biplane

SIA

(Societá Industriale l'Aviazone)

SIA

(Società Italiana Aviazione / Società Italiana degli Aeroplani)

SIAI

(Società Idrovolanti Alta Italia, Italy)

SIAI Marchetti

(Italy)

Siddeley-Deasy

(Siddeley-Deasy Motor Company, United Kingdom)

  • Siddeley SR.2 Siskin

SIAT

(Siebel Flugzeugwerke ATG)

Siebel

Siegrist

(Rudolf Siegrist, Parma, Ohio, United States)

  • Siegrist RS1 llse[9]

Siemens-Schuckert

(Siemens-Schuckertwerke)

Siemetzki

  • Siemetzki ASRO 4

Sierra

(Aircraft Industries Ltd (fdrs: John L Berney, J F Long, Art Wild), 931 E 14 St, San Leandro, California, United States)

  • Sierra BLW-1[9]
  • Sierra BLW-2[9]

Sierra

(Sierra Aircraft Co (pres: Leon T Eliel), Sierra Airdrome, Foothill Blvd, Sierra Madre, California, United States)

  • Sierra Standard[9]

Siersma

(Herman Siersma, Detroit, Michigan, United States)

  • Siersma SRC-1[9]

Sievers-Miller

((?) Sievers and Phillip Miller, Valley City, North Carolina, United States)

  • Sievers-Miller Special[9]

Sikorsky

(Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky, Russia)

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

(United States)

Silbervogel

Silence aircraft

Silent Family

(Silent Family Helmet Grossklaus, Westerrade, Germany)

Silhouette

(Task Research Inc. / Silhouette Aircraft Inc., Santa Paula, California, United States)

  • Silhouette Aircraft Silhouette[9][54]

Silvanskii

(A. V. Silvanskii)

  • Silvanskii IS[79]
  • Silvanskii I-220

Silver Wing

(Silver Wing Aircraft Co (fdrs: Edward Euler, A H Hogue), 28th & Spruce Sts, Boulder, Colorado, United States)

  • Silver Wing 1928 Monoplane[9]

Silvercraft

(Silvercraft SpA, Italy)

Silverston

()

  • Silverston Milwaukee#2[9]

Simmering-Graz-Pauker

(Simmering-Graz-Pauker A.G.)

Simmonds Aircraft

(United Kingdom)

Simmons

(Herbert H Simmons, 2111 Franklin St, San Diego, California, United States)

  • Simmons Sp-1 Sport Monoplane[9]

Simonet

  • Simonet SHBF Aviette[80]

Simplex

(Simplex Aircraft Co (fdrs: E J & F W Allen), Defiance, Ohio, United States)

  • Simplex K-2-C Red Arrow[9]
  • Simplex K-2-S Red Arrow[9]
  • Simplex R-2-D Red Arrow Dual Plane a.k.a. Simplex Racer[9]
  • Simplex S-2 Kite[9]
  • Simplex Special[9]
  • Simplex W-2-S Red Arrow[9]
  • Simplex W-5-C[9]

Simpson

(F Simpson, Wheeling, West Virginia, United States)

  • Simpson Maverick[9]
  • Simpson Special[9]

Simůnek / Kamarýt

(Jan Simůnek MSc / Jaroslav Kamarýt)

  • Simůnek / Kamarýt SK-1 Trempík (Trempík - Little Tramp)[40]

Sindlinger

(Fred G Sindlinger, Puyallup, Washington, United States)

  • Sindlinger HH-1[9]
  • Sindlinger Special#1[9]

Sink

(Everett Sink, Zanesville, Ohio, United States)

Sino Swearingen Aircraft Corporation

Sioux

(Sioux Aircraft Co, Sioux City, Iowa, United States)

  • Sioux Coupe 60[9]
  • Sioux Coupe 90[9]
  • Sioux Coupe 90-A[9]
  • Sioux Coupe 90-B Junior[9]
  • Sioux Coupe 90-C Senior[9]

SIPA

(Société Industrielle Pour l'Aéronautique, France)

Sisler

((A M Bert) Sisler Aircraft Co, Bloomington, Minnesota, United States)

SITAR

(Sociètè Industrielle de Tolerie pour l'Aéronautique et Matériel Roulant)

Siren

Sivel Aeronautica

Six Chuter

(Yakima, Washington, United States)

Skandinaviska Aero

(Skandinaviska Aero AB, Sweden)

Skipper

(WA Skipper, Greeley, Colorado, United States)

Skliar

Škoda

Škoda-Kauba

(Škoda-Kauba Flugzeugbau)

Skopiński

(Aero-service Jacek Skopiński)

Skroback

(Frank E. Skroback)

Sky Romer

(Sky Romer Mfg Co, Inc., (Paul) Hobrock & Associates, Sweebrock Airport, Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States)

Sky Seeker Powerchutes

(Woking, Alberta, Canada)

Skye Treck

Skycraft

(Skycraft Inc (pres: James L Robertson), Ft Worth TX.)

  • Skycraft Skyshark[1]

SkyCraft

(SkyCraft Airplanes, LLC, Orem, Utah, United States)

SkyDancer Aviation

(Louisville, Kentucky, United States)

Skyeton

Skyfly

(Altbüron, Switzerland)

Skyfox

(Skyfox Corporation, United States)

Skyfox

(Skyfox Aviation, United States)

Skyhigh

(Skyhigh Ultralights Inc)

Skyjam

(Skyjam Paragliders, Einsiedeln, Switzerland)

Skylark

(Skylark Aircraft Co, Muskegon. Michigan, United States)

Skylark

(Skylark Mfg Co, Skycrafters Industries Inc, 350 Washington Blvd, Venice, United States )

  • Skylark Skycraft 246[1]
  • Skylark Skycraft 445[1]
  • Skylark Skycraft 446[1]
  • Skylark Skycraft 447[1]

Skyleader Aircraft

(Skyleader Aircraft - Jihlavan Airplanes sro, Jihlava, Czech Republic)

Skyline

(Skyline Construction Bureau, Kiev, Ukraine)

Skyote

(Skyote Aeromarine Ltd, Boulder, Colorado, United States)

Skyrider

(Skyrider Flugschule, Bayern, Germany)

Skyrider

(Skyrider Airships Inc.)

  • Skyrider BA-3 (single seat airship)[54]

Skyshooter

(Tubular Aircraft Prod Co, Los Angeles, California, United States)

  • Skyshooter 211[1]

Skyskootor

(Saalfield Aircraft Co, San Diego, California, United States)

  • Skyskootor[1]

Skytek

(Skytek Australia Pty. Ltd. Australia)

  • Skytek Maverick[54]

Skystar Aircraft

( Skystar Aircraft)

  • Skystar Aircraft Pulsar

Skyway

(Skyway Engr Co, Carmel, Illinois, United States)

Skyways

(Skyways Inc, Boston, Maryland, United States)

  • Skyways Amphibienne[1]

Skywise Ultraflight

(Skywise Ultraflight Pte. Ltd.)

  • Skywise Ultraflight SV-1 Sadler Vampire (KFM 107ER engine)(ref name=JAWA88-89/>
  • Skywise Ultraflight SV-2 Sadler Vampire (Rotax 447 engine)(ref name=JAWA88-89/>

Sleiters

Slepcev

(Storch Aircraft Serbia/Nestor Slepcev)

  • Slepcev Storch
  • Slepcev Storch Microlight
  • Slepcev Super Storch
  • Slepcev Storch Moose

Slingsby

(United States)

Slinn

((James B) Slinn Aeroplane Co, Chillicothe, Ohio, United States)

  • Slinn 1911 Monoplane[1]

SlipStream

Sloan

(Sloan Aero Corp; Sloan Aircraft Co, Bound Brook, New Jersey, United States)

  • Sloan H-1[1]
  • Sloan H-2[1]
  • Sloan H-3 Trainer[1]

Slyusarneko

( V.V. Slyusarenko)

  • Slyusarneko 1918 monoplane[18]

SMA

(Société Minié Aéronautiques) See:Minié

SME Aviation

Smedley

(Robert R Smedley, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States)

  • Smedley Rapid Robert[1]

Smidley

(Henry Smidley, College Park, Maryland, United States)

  • Smidley 1910 Monoplane[1]

Śmielkiewicz-Gębali-Kurbiel

(George Śmielkiewicz, Wiesław Gębali and Adam Kurbiel)

  • Śmielkiewicz-Gębali-Kurbiel Akro Viper

Smith

(A J Smith)

  • Smith AJ-2[1]

Smith

(Alan C. Smith)

Smith

(Arthur L Smith, Ft Wayne IN. 19??: San Francisco, California, United States)

  • Smith 1910 Biplane[1]

Smith

(Cyril B Smith II, Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States)

  • Smith Der Kricket[1]

Smith

(Edward F Smith, 354 W Anderson St, Hackensack, New Jersey, United States)

Smith

(Elmer L. Smith, Eugene, Oregon, United States)

  • Smith 1933 Biplane[1]

Smith

(Everett A Smith, Missoula, Montana, United States)

Smith

(F.P. Smith)

  • Smith 1911 Monoplane[1]

Smith

(Floyd Smith, San Diego, California, United States)

  • Smith 1912 Biplane[1]

Smith

(Frank W Smith, Fullerton, California c.1980: Norco, California, United States)

  • Smith DSA-1 Miniplane
  • Smith Miniplane +1 two-seat version by Donald Smith[1]
  • Sky Classic Miniplane 2000 - updated version by Sky Classic Aircraft[1]

Smith

(Glen A Smith, Mason City, Iowa and Detroit, Michigan, United States )

Smith

(H.J. Smith, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States)

  • Smith June-Bug Aerial Flivver[1]

Smith

(J W Smith, Cicero, Illinois, United States)

  • Smith 1929 Monoplane[1]

Smith

(Kyle Smith Aircraft Co, Wheeling, West Virginia, United States)

  • Smith 1917 Biplane[1]
  • Smith 1918 Biplane[1]
  • West Virginia C-3[1]

Smith

(L.B. Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, Florida, United States)

  • Smith Tempo II[1]

Smith

(Mike Smith Aero Inc, Johnson City, Kansas, United States)

  • Smith Lightning Model 400[40]

Smith

((Rexford) Rex Smith Aeroplane Co, College Park, Maryland, United States)

Smith

(Simon Smith, Beloit, Wisconsin, United States)

  • Smith 1930 Monoplane[1]
  • Smith O (re-engined Acme Sportsman 21)[1]

Smith

(Smith Airplane Co, Tacoma, Washington, United States)

Smith

(Ted R Smith & Associates, Santa Maria, California, United States)

Smith

(Wilbur L Smith, Bloomington, Illinois, United States)

Smith

(Yale Elmer Smith, Eugene, Oregon, United States)

Smith-Cirigliano

(Everett M Smith, New Castle, Delaware, United States)

  • Smith-Cirigliano Baby Hawk[1]

Smith-McCurdy-Lardin

(Everett Smith, W A McCurdy, Arthur Lardin, New Castle, Delaware, United States)

  • Smith-McCurdy-Lardin AL-1[1]

Smokovitz

(Anthony Smokowitz, Vulcan, Michigan, United States)

Smolin

(A. Smolin)

  • Smolin KSM-1

Smyth

(Jerry Smyth, Huntington, Illinois, United States)

SNCAC

(Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre, France)

SNCAM

(Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Midi) see Dewoitine

SNCAN

(Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Nord)

SNCAO

(Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques de l'Ouest)

SNCASE

(Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud Est)

SNCASO

(Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud Ouest)

SNECMA

(Société Nationale d'Etudes et de Construction de Moteurs d'Avions)

SOSA

(Société Oyonnaxienne des Sports Aériens)

  • Léglise L.500 Jumbo[20]

Snell

(Harry B Snell, Toledo OH.)

  • Snell 1910 helicogyre[1]

SnoBird

(SnoBird Aircraft Company)

  • SnoBird Explorer

Snoke

(R Snoke)

  • Snoke Swifty Jr[1]

Snow Aeronautical

( (Leland) Snow Aeronautical Co, Olney TX.)

Snyder

(Motor Gliders Inc, Johnson Airport (fdr: Orville H "Bud" Snyder) aka Aire Kraft Inc, Dayton OH.)

  • Snyder Baby Bomber[1]
  • Snyder Buzzard Light Plane a.k.a. MG-1[1]
  • Snyder OHS-III[1]

Snyder

(Charles Snyder, Lockport IL.)

  • Snyder FS-1[1]

Snyder

(Dr. Cloyd L. Snyder)

Snyder-Macready

(Orville H. Snyder & Lt John A. Macready, Dayton OH.)

  • Snyder-Macready Baby Bomber[1]

SOBEH

(Stichting voor Ontwikkeling en Bouw van Experimenteel Hefschroefvligtuig)

SOCATA

(SOciété de Construction d'Avions de Tourisme et d'Affaires)

Sochen

(Edwin Sochen)

Södertelge

(Södertelge Verkstäde)

  • Södertelge SW 15[18]

Softex-Aero

Soigneux

(A. Soigneux)

  • Soigneux Monocoupe[20]

SOKO

Solar

(Solar Aircraft Co (fdr: Edmund T Price), 1212 Juniper Ave, San Diego CA)

Solar-Powered Aircraft Developments

Solaris

(Solaris Aviation)

Solid Air

(Solid Air UL-Bau Franz GmbH, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany)

Solo Wings

(Solo Wings CC, Gillitts, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)

Soloy

( Soloy Aviation Solutions)

Solution F

Sombold

Somers-Kendall

Somerville

(William E Somerville, Coal City IL.)

  • Somerville 1910 Monoplane[1]
  • Somerville 1912 Biplane[1]

Sommer

(Deutsche Sommer-Werke)

Sondag-Pavia-Domecq

(Sondag-Pavia-Domecq)

  • Sondag-Domecq-Pavia Sopado[20]

Sonex

Sonoda

(Takehiko Sonoda)

  • Sonoda 1912 Aeroplane[23]

Sons

(John A Sons, Humble TX.)

  • Sons Trainer[1]

Sopwith

Sorenson

(Keith Sorenson, Van Nuys CA.)

  • Sorenson Special[1]

Sorrell

(Otto Sorrell, Rochester WA.)

  • Sorrell Bathtub[1]
  • Sorrell Colt[1]

Sorrell Aviation

(Hobart C Sorrell & Sons (John, Mark, Tim), Tenino, Washington, United States )

Southampton University

Southern Aeronautical Corporation

(Southern Aeronautical Corporation, Miami Lakes, Florida, United States)

Southern

(Southern Commercial Aircraft Co (fdrs: Walter & Merle Krouse), Hialeah FL.)

  • Southern Sea Hawk[1]

Southern

(Southern Aircraft Company)

Southern

(Southern Commercial Airmotive Corp, Dothan AL.)

  • Southern 1950 Biplane[1]

Southern

(Southern Aircraft Div, Portable Products Corp (pres: Willis C Brown), Garland and Greenville TX)

  • Southern Aerocar[1]
  • Southern BM-10[1]
  • Southern BM-11[1]
  • Southern Southernaire[1]
  • Southern XC-1[1]

Southern Aircraft

(Fleet Southern Aircraft Inc, Travis Field, Savannah GA.)

  • Southern Fleet Super-V[1]

Southern Crane

(Manncraft Airplane Co (pres: H W Mann), Collierville (Memphis) TN)

  • Southern Crane 1929 Monoplane[1]

Southern Cross

Southern Eagle

(Southern Eagles Avn Club, Baltimore MD.)

  • Southern Eagle A[1]

Southern Pacific

(Southern Pacific Aircraft corp, Santa Monica CA.)

  • Southern Pacific Dragonfly[1]

Southern Powered Parachutes

(Nicholson, Georgia), (formerly called Condor Powered Parachutes)

Southern Skies

(Southern Skies, LLC, Taylorsville, North Carolina, United States)

Sowers-Haugsted

(Marcellus Sowers & C Haugsted, Nevada IA.)

  • Sowers-Haugsted Sportplane[1]

Southwest Research Institute

Soyer-Barritault

  • Soyer-Barritault SB1[1]

Spacek sro

(Hodonin, Czech Republic)

SPAD

(Société Pour l'Aviation et ses Dérivés) for post 1917 designs, see: Blériot

Sparling

((John Nicholas) Sparling Propeller & Aeroplane Facory, E St Louis MO.)

  • Sparling 1912 Biplane[1]

Sparmann

Sparrow

(W W Sparrow, Healdron OK.)

  • Sparrow Model 1[1]

Spartan

(UK)

Spartan

(Spartan Aircraft Co, Tulsa OK)

Spartan Microlights

SPCA

(Société Provençale de Construction Aéronautique)

Spearman

(Sam Spearman, Dunkirk OH.)

  • Spearman S-1[1]

Specialized

(Specialized Aircraft Co (pres: Jack Coroy), Camarillo CA.)

  • Specialized Tri Turbo-3[1]

Specter Aircraft

(Bancroft, Idaho, United States)

Spectrum

(Spectrum Aircraft Corps, Van Nuys Airport CA.)

Spectrum

(Spectrum Aircraft Inc)

Spectrum

(Spectrum Aeronautical)

Speed

(Robert E Speed and Ronald Johnson)

  • Speed F8F Beercat[1]

Speed Bird

(Speed Bird Corp (Perth Amboy Title Co), Keyport NJ,)

  • Speed Bird 1933 Biplane[1]
  • Speed Bird A[1]

Speedtwin

(Speedtwin Developments Ltd)

Spencer

(Percy H Spencer, Farmingdale NY)

Spencer-Larsen

((Percy H) Spencer-(Victor A) Larsen Aircraft Co, Farmingdale NY.)

Sperry

(Lawrence Sperry Aircraft Co, Farmingdale NY.)

Spezio

(Tony & Dorothy Spezio, Bethany OK.)

Spier

((Siegmund) Spier Aircraft Corp, Jersey City, NJ;)

  • Spier Pursuit Trainer[1]

Spijker

(Spijker, from 1915 the Nederlands Automobile and Aeroplane Co.)

Spike

(Spike Aerospace)

Spinks

(M H Spinks Sr, Ft Worth TX.)

Spiral Aircraft

  • Spiral S-1
  • Spiral S-4
  • Spiral S-15
  • Spiral S-20
  • Spiral S-20E
  • Spiral S-150
  • Spiral S-150E
  • Spiral S-190

Spitfire

(Spitfire Helicopter Co, Media PA.)

Sport Copter

Sport Flight

(Sport Flight Aviation)

Sport Performance Aviation

Sport Racer

(Sport Racer Inc., Valley Center, Kansas, United States)

Sport-Jet, Limited

Sportavia-Pützer

Spotsy

(Spotsy Aircraft Corp (Victor Gottchling & Emil W Pwters), 4109 Germaine Ave, Cleveland OH.)

  • Spotsy Model 1[1]

Spratt

(George Spratt / Spratt Aircraft Inc, Costesville PA. )

  • Spratt 1912 Biplane[1]
  • Spratt 1934 Monoplane[1]
  • Spratt Controlwing[1]
  • Spratt Controlwing 105[1]
  • Spratt Controlwing 106[1]
  • Spratt Controlwing 107[40]

Spring

(William J. Spring, Burlington, Ontario, Canada)

Springfield

(Springfield School of Aviation, Springfield OR.)

  • Springfield JM2P[1]

Spyker

see:Spijker

S.R.A.P.

(Société pour la Réalisation d'Avions Prototypes)

SRAP

(Société pour la Réalisation d'Appareils)

  • SRAP T-7
  • SRAP Spifire IX-c
  • SRAP Spitfire IX-e

SRCM

(Société de Recherches et de Constructions Mécaniques)

S S Pierce

(S S (Samuel) Pierce Aeroplane Co, Southhampton NY.)

  • S S Pierce Sporting Tractor[1]

St Andrews Aviation

(Panama City, Florida, United States)

St Croix

(St Croix Aircraft)

St. George

  • St. George Falcon
  • St. George KIT-1
  • St. George KIT-2
  • St. George 1912 helicopter

St. Louis

(St. Louis Aircraft Co, 8000 N Broadway, St. Louis MO.)

St-Just Aviation

(Boucherville, Quebec, Canada)

Stabilaire

(Stabilaire Inc (Albert J Downs), Wenham MA)

Stadlman

(Anthony Stadlman & J E Roth, Chicago IL.)

  • Stadlman Exhibition Biplane[117]

Stadtler (aircraft constructor)

()

Stafford

(T G Stafford, Black Mountain NC.)

Stafford

(Walter Stafford/Justacrate Airplane Co, Greenville SC.)

  • Justacrate Black Buzzard[117]

Stahlwerk-Mark

Staib

(Wilbur Staib, Carthage MO.)

Stalker (aircraft constructor)

  • Stalker CB-301
  • Stalker CB-310 Tomboy

Stallings

(Jerry Stallings, Houston TX.)

  • Stallings Air Master[117]

Stampe et Vertongen

(J. Stampe et M. Vertongen)

Stampe et Renard

Standard

(Standard Aircraft Corp, Plainfield NJ.)

Stapp

(E Graydon Stapp, Alanread TX.)

Star

(Star Engineering Company)

Star

(Star Aircraft Div, Phillips Petroleum Co, Bartlesville OK)

Star

(Star Aviation, New Braunfels TX.)

  • Star Lone Star Sport Helicopter[117]

Star Bee Gyros

(Star Bee Gyros LLC, Worcester, Massachusetts)

Star Flight

(Star Flight Manufacturing)

Stargate

(Stargate Inc., McMinnville, Oregon, United States)

Star-Kraft

(Star-Kraft, Ft Scott KS.)

Star-Lite

(Star-Lite Aircraft Inc, San Antonio, Texas, United States)

  • Star-Lite SL-1[117]
  • Star-Lite Aircraft Star Lite

Star-Lite

(Star-Lite Engineering Ltd, Englewood, Ohio, United States)

Star-Nickel

  • Star-Nickel SN.01

Starck

(André Starck)

Starfire

(Starfire Aviation Inc, Tempe, Arizona, United States)

Stargate

Starling

(Starling Aircraft Co., 224 N 1st St, Minneapolis MN.)

Starr

(Robert H Starr, Phoenix AZ. )

Starwing

(Starwing Co/American Aviation Corp, Massillon OH.)

Stástik

(Jan Stástik / J. Stástik & Co.)

  • Stástik Dreadnaught[122]

Statler

(William H Statler, Northridge CA.)

  • Statler Dos Equis Challenger[117]
  • Statler Firefly[117]

State Aircraft Factory (Greece)

see KEA

States

(States Aircraft Co, 1633 Wentworth Ave, Chicago Heights IL.)

  • States B-2
  • States B-3 (a.k.a. S-E-5)
  • States B-4

Stauffer

(O L Stauffer, Elkhart IN.)

  • Stauffer Gyroplane

STC

(Societata de Transport Constanta)

  • STC R.A.S.-1 Getta - designer Radu Stoika

Stearman

(Stearman Aircraft Div, United Aircraft Corp, Wichita.)

Stearman-Varney

( (Lloyd) Stearman-(Walter) Varney Inc, San Francisco Bay Airdrome, Alameda CA.)

  • Stearman-Varney Sport[117]

Stebbins-Geynet

()

  • Stebbins-Geynet Model A[117]
  • Stebbins-Geynet Model B[117]

Steco

((James S & Ralph C) Stephens Engineering Co, Chicago IL)

  • Stephens Aerohydroplane[117]

Stedman

(Charles T Stedman et al., South Bend IN.)

  • Stedman 1929 Biplane[117]
  • Stedman 1930 Biplane[117]

Steen

((Lamar) Steen Aero Lab Inc, Brighton CO.)

Steere

(John Steere)

Steffan

(Frank Steffan, Los Angeles CA.)

  • Steffan Re-inforced Biplane[117]

Stellar Aircraft

(Bloomfield, Indiana, United States)

Stemme

(Stemme GmbH)

Stepanich

(Rudolph & Anna Stepanich, Rosedale NY.)

  • Stepanich 1930 aeroplane[117]
  • Stepanich Center-Wing[117]

Stephens

(Clayton L Stephens, San Bernardino CA.)

Stephens & Fisher

(Roy Fisher & Glen Stephens, 2600 Onieda St, Denver CO.)

  • Stephens & Fisher Scamp 36[117]

Stepnic (aircraft constructor)

  • Stepnic 1929 Monoplane[117]

Stern

(Rene Stern, France)

Steve Wright (aircraft constructor)

Stevens

(B Stevens & Sons, Woonsocket RI.)

  • Stevens 1911 Monoplane[117]
  • Stevens 1915 Biplane[117]

Stevenson

(Gary L Stevenson, Spenard AK.)

  • Stevenson Windstreak[117]

Steward-Davis

(Steward-Davis Inc (fdrs: Herb Steward, Stanley Davis), Compton Airport CA. )

  • Steward-Davis Jet-Packet 1600[117]
  • Steward-Davis Jet-Packet 3200[117]
  • Steward-Davis Jet-Packet 3400[117]
  • Steward-Davis Jet-Packet II[117]
  • Steward-Davis Jet-Pak C-119[117]
  • Steward-Davis Skytruck I[117]
  • Steward-Davis Skypallet[117]
  • Steward-Davis Stolmaster[117]
  • Steward-Davis Super Catalina[117]
  • Steward-Davis "Val"[117]

Stewart

((Robert W) Stewart Aerial Vehicle Co)

  • Stewart 1910 parafoil[117]
  • Stewart 1911 Biplane[117]

W.F. Stewart Company

(Flint, Michigan, United States)

Stewart

(C M Stewart, Loyal OK.)

Stewart

(Charles L Stewart, Tulsa OK.)

Stewart

(Walter E Stewart, Stewart Field, Tyler TX.)

  • Stewart Texas Bluebird[117]

Stewart

(Stewart Aircraft Corp, Menominee MI.)

Stewart

(Ed Stewart, Paso Robles CA.)

Stewart

(Jim D. Stewart)

Stewart 51

(Vero Beach, Florida, United States)

Stierlin

  • Stierlin Helicopter

Stiles

(Stiles Aircraft, Sycamore IL. 1928: 538 S Dearborn St, Chicago IL.)

Stinson

(Stinson Aircraft Corp, Northville MI)

Stits

(Ray Stits, Battle Creek MI)

Stoddard-Hamilton

(Stoddard-(Tom) Hamilton Aircraft Inc, Arlington WA)

Stoeckel

  • Stoeckel Monoplane[117]

Stoelk

(William E Stoelk, Manning IA & Wendel G Hacker, Templeton IA.)

  • Stoelk 1930 Monoplane (aka Hacker monoplane)[117]

Stolp

(Stolp Starduster Corp (Louis A Stolp & George M Adams), Compton CA.)

Stone

(Stone & Fry, Park City MT.)

Stone

(Edward R Stone, Wichita KS.)

Storey

(Tom Storey)

  • Storey TSR.3 Wonderplane[125]

Storm

(Storm Aircraft Srl, Saubadia, Italy)

Storms

((N E) Storms Aircraft Co, Asheville NC. 1929: Spartanburg Aviation Co, Spartanburg SC.)

  • Stroms Flying Flivver[117]

Stossel

(W J Stossel, Palm Beach FL.)

Stout

(Stout Metal Airplane Div, Ford Motor Co.)

Stralpes Aéro

(Stralpes Aéro SARL)

  • Stralpes Aéro ST-11M Minimus

Strandgren

  • Strandgren Cyclogiro[127]

Strat (aircraft constructor)

  • Strat 1949 Monoplane[117]

Stratolaunch Systems

Straughn Aircraft

((Frank) Straughn Aircraft Corp, Wichita KS.)

Streamline Welding

(Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)

Strickland

((C Kenneth) Strickland Aircraft Corp, High Point NC.)

  • Strickland 1948 Monoplane[117]

Striplin Aircraft

(Jim Striplin)

Strom-Olesen

(Carl Strom & Oscar Olesen, Mineola NY.)

  • Strom-Olesen Monoplane[117]

Stroop

(Robert C Stroop, Rome GA, Jacksonville AL.)

Stroukoff

( (Michael) Stroukoff Aircraft Corp, Trenton NJ.)

Stupar

(Chicago Aero Works (pres: H S Renton), 345 River St, Cicero IL.)

  • Stupar 1914 Biplane#1[117]
  • Stupar 1914 Biplane#2[117]

Sturtevant

Sturtevant Aeroplane Co (pres: Noble Foss, vp/gen mgr: Grover C Loening, div of Sturtevant Mfg Co, Jamaica Plain MA.)

  • Sturtevant A(A-1) Tractor[117]
  • Sturtevant A(A-2) Seaplane[117]
  • Sturtevant A (A-3) Battleplane[117]
  • Sturtevant B-1 Speed Scout[117]
  • Sturtevant B-2 Pursuit[117]
  • Sturtevant P-L Tractor[117]
  • Sturtevant S-2 Trainer[117]
  • Sturtevant S-3[117]
  • Sturtevant S-4 Seaplane[117]
  • Sturtevant S-4 Tractor[117]
  • Sturtevant School Hydroaeroplane[117]
  • Sturtevant Steel Trainer[117]
  • Sturtevant Trainer[117]

Sud Aviation

Sud Aviation/BAC

Sukhoi

Sullivan Aircraft Mfg CoSullivan

((William P) Sullivan Aircraft Mfg Co, 630 E Gilbert St, Wichita KS.)

Sullivan Aircraft CoSullivan

((W P) Sullivan Aircraft Co, 1693 Mission St, San Francisco CA.)

Summit

(Summit Aeronautical Corp (pres: M V D Towt), Westfield MA. c.1940: Bendix NJ.)

Summit Aerosports

(Yale, Michigan, United States)

Sun

(Sun Aerospace Group, Nappanee IN.)

Sunair UG

(Scheidegg, Germany)

Sun Lake

(LanShe Aerospace aka Sun Lake Aircraft (pres: Wadi Rahim), Ft Pierce FL.)

  • Sun Lake Buccaneer 2[117]

Sunbeam

Sundorph

((Eiler C) Sundorph Aeronautical Corp, Cleveland OH.)

  • Sundorph A-1 Special[117]

Sundstedt-Hannevig

(Hugo Sundstedt & Christoffer Hannevig)

  • Sundstedt-Hannevig Sunrise[117] - built by Wittemann-Lewis Aircraft Co

Sunward Aircraft

(Sunward - Hunan Science and Technologies Co Ltd, Lu Gu, China)

Super 18

Super Rotor

(M.M. Super Rotor Brasileira Ltda)

Super-Marine

(Super-Marine Systems Inc, Graybar Bldg NY)

  • Super-Marine 1930 Biplane[117]

Superior

(Superior Aircraft Co, Dearborn MI.)

  • Superior 1926 Biplane[117]

Superior

(Superior Aircraft Corp div of Priestly-Hunt Corp, Culver City CA.)

Supermarine

Surrey Flying Services

Sutro

(Adolph G Sutro, San Francisco CA.)

  • Sutro 1913 hydro-aeroplane[117]

Suzuki

(Shigeru Suzuki)

  • Suzuki Gyro No.2 Tractor[23]

SVAM

(Shanghai Vantage Airship Manufacture Co.)

SV

(SV Aircraft Pty. Ltd.)

  • SV-11B Farmate[54]

Svenska Aero

supplied by Svenska Aero or built under licence

Swallow

(Swallow Aeroplane Company)

Swallow

(Swallow Airplane Co, Wichita KS.)

Swan

(William G Swan, Atlantic City NJ.)

  • Swan 1931 Monoplane[117]

Swanson

(1917: Swen Swanson, Williamsburg VA. 1922: Univ of South Dakota, Vermillion SD. 1925: Swanson-(Edgar) Freeman, Vermillion SD. 1931: Rockford IL. Swanson Aircraft Co Inc, Hopewell VA. 1934: Swanson-(Olaf "Ole") Fahlin, at Nicholas-Beazley Airplane Co, Marshall MO. 1935: Fahlin Mfg Co (propellers).)

Swanson

(Darwin F Swanson, Murray IA.)

Swanson

(Carl Swanson, Zion IL.)

  • Swanson Flyabout A-12[117]

Swearingen

((Ed) Swearingen Aircraft, San Antonio TX.)

Swedish Aerosport

(Spanga, Sweden)

Swift

(Swift Aircraft Corp (pres: W R Ritchey), 3301 S Oliver, Wichita KS.)

  • Swift 18
  • Swift 19
  • Swift Special
  • Swift Sport
  • Swift Trainer

Swift Aircraft

(Swift Aircraft, Norwich, Norkolk, United Kingdom)

  • Swift II
  • Swift VLA

SyberJet

Sylvander

(Victor Sylvander)

Symphony

Synairgie

(Montauban, France)

Synergy Paramotors

(California, United States)

Syvrud

(Sig Syvrud, Mandan ND.)

  • Syvrud 1936 Biplane[117]

Szaraz

(Arpad "Art" Szaraz, Cleveland OH.)

Szekely

( (Otto E) Szekely Aircraft & Engine Co)

Sznycer

(Bernard W. Sznycer, Sznycer-Gottlieb, Sznycer Helicopters)


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Further reading

  • Antonov, Vladimir; Gordon, Yefim et al. (1996). OKB Sukhoi. Leicester: Midland. ISBN 978-1-85780-012-8. 
  • Coates, Andrew (1980). Jane's World Sailplanes & Motor Gliders (2nd ed.). London: Jane's. ISBN 978-0-7106-0017-2. 
  • Gray, Peter; Thetford, Owen (1970). German Aircraft of the First World War (2nd ed.). London,: Putnam. ISBN 978-0-370-00103-6. 
  • Green, William; Swanborough, Gordon (2001). The Great Book of Fighters. MBI Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7603-1194-3. 
  • Gunston, Bill (1993). World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. 
  • Nowarra, Heinz J.; Duval, G.R. (1976). Russian Civil and Military Aircraft 1884-1969. Watford: Harleyford. ISBN 978-0-85242-460-5. 
  • Simons, Martin (Simons, Martin. Slingsby Sailplanes”. Shrewsbury, Airlife. 1996. ISBN 978-1-85310-732-0). Slingsby Sailplanes. Shrewsbury: Airlife. ISBN 978-1-85310-732-0.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  • Taylor, Michael J.H. (1989). Jane's Encyclopaedia of Aviation. London: Studio Editions. ISBN 978-0-517-69186-1. 
  • Taylor, Michael J.H. (1996). World Aircraft & Systems Directory. Herndon VA.: Brassey's. ISBN 978-1-57488-063-2. 
  • Taylor, John W.R. (1966). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1965-66. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Company, Ltd. 
  • Nowarra, Heinz J. (1993). Die Deutsche Luftruestung 1933-1945 Vol.4 - Flugzeugtypen MIAG-Zeppelin (in German). Koblenz: Bernard & Graefe Verlag. ISBN 978-3-7637-5464-9. 

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