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List of aircraft (W)

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

Contents

W

W1

  • W1 Drevak

WAACO

(West Australian Aircraft Company – WAACO)

  • WAACO Staggerbipe Mk.1[1]

Wabash

(Wabash Aircraft Co, Terre Haute Indiana)

  • Wabash WA-250X[2]

WAC

(Wilmington Aero Club, Wilmington Delaware)

  • WAC Delaplane[2]

Wackett

(Lawrence J. Wackett)

Waco

(1920 Weaver Aircraft Co 1923: Advance Aircraft Co. 1928: Waco Aircraft Co.)

  • Early Waco types
  • Waco O series (Variants of Waco 10 – open cockpit biplanes 1927-9)
  • SO series (Straightwing)
  • TO series (Taperwing)
  • BA series
  • CA series
  • LA series
  • DC series
  • EC series
  • IC series
  • JC series
  • KC series
  • KC-S series
  • JC-S series
  • KS series
  • GC series
  • QC series
  • UC series
  • OC series
  • Waco D series (Military biplanes 1934–37)
  • Waco CHD[3]
  • Waco JHD-6[3]
  • Waco S2HD Super Sport[3]
  • Waco S3HD-A[3]
  • Waco S3HD[3]
  • Waco WHD[3]
  • Waco F series tandem 2/3-seat open cockpit biplanes (1930–1937)
  • BF series
  • CF series
  • MF series
  • NF series
  • PF series
  • Waco N series tricycle/nosewheel gear cabin biplanes (1937–1938)
  • Military Aircraft
  • Waco C-62 (Cancelled Transport)
  • Waco C-72 (designation for all Wacos impressed into USAAC/USAAF)
  • Waco CG-4 (troop glider)
  • Waco CG-15 (troop glider)
  • Waco PG-3 (powered glider)
  • Waco XJW (US Navy designation for UBF used for trapeze experiments on flying aircraft carriers)
  • Waco J2W (USCG designation for EGC-7)
  • Waco PT-14 (USAAC designation for primary trainer based on UPF-7)
  • Misc Waco Types

Waco

(Waco Aircraft Co Inc (founders: Rich & Linda Melhoff), Forks Washington)

  • Waco Super Taperwing[2]

Wacyk-Tyrala

(Stanisław Wacyk and Tadeuz Tyrala)

Wadsworth

(Patrick Wadsworth)

  • Wadsworth PW-01[4]

WAG-Aero

(WAG-Aero Inc., Lyons Wisconsin)

Wagner

( Dr. Gerhard Wagner)

  • Wagner DOWA 81[5]

Wagner

(Harold A Wagner, 4539 NE 21 St, Portland Oregon)

  • Wagner Parasol[2]
  • Wagner Twin 1[2]
  • Wagner Twin 2[2]
  • Wagner Twin 3[2]

Wagner

(Helikopter Technik Munchen – Wagner)

Wagner

((Fred G) Wagner Aircraft Co Inc, San Diego California)

  • Wagner W-18[2] Flight article on W-18 here:[6]

Wagner

(Marney Wagner)

  • Wagner V-Witt[2]

Wainfan

(Barnaby Wainfan, Long Beach California)

Wainscott

(Lee Wainscott, Compton California)

  • Wainscott 1950 Biplane[2]

Waitamo Aircraft

(Waitamo Aircraft pty. Ltd.)

Walco

(Weckler-Armstrong-Lillie Co, 2717 Irving Park Blvd, Chicago Illinois)

  • WALCO biplane flying boat
  • Walco Tandem Monoplane Air Boat[2]

Walden

( Dr Henry W Walden, Mineola NY. )

Walden

((Henry?) Walden-(Roscoe) Markey Inc, Strickland & Bassett Aves, Mill Basin New York)

  • Walden-Markey WM-1[2]

Waldroop

(Arthur L Waldroop, Palmyra NB.)

  • Waldroop A-1[2]

Walker

(Sam Walker)

Walker-Greve

(Fred & Herman Greve, Detroit MI)

  • Walker-Greve Wild Goose[2]

Walkerjet

(Třemošná, Czech Republic)

Wallace

( (Stanley) Wallace Aircraft Co, 4710 Irving Park Blvd, Chicago IL)

  • Wallace C-2[2]
  • Wallace Touroplane B[2]
  • Wallace C-31[2]

Wallace Brothers

(Frank C and Fred M Wallace, Bettendorf Iowa)

  • Wallace Brothers Blackhawk[2]

Wallis

Wallis

(Stanley B Wallis, Ypsilanti Michigan)

  • Wallis 1981 Biplane[2]

Wallman

(Fred W Wallman Jr, Minneapolis Minnesota)

  • Wallman Sportplane[2]

Walraven

(L.W. Walraven, Bandoeng, Java)

Walsh

(San Diego Aeroplane Mfg Co (fdr: Charles Francis Walsh), San Diego California)

  • Walsh 1910 Monoplane[2]
  • Walsh 1910 Biplane[2]
  • Walsh 1911 Biplane[2]

Walsh Brothers

(Walsh Brothers, New Zealand)

Walter

(Dale "Red" Walter & Roy Campbell, Severy Kansas)

  • Walter Dale RD-9[2]

WAR

(War Aircraft Replicas, Brandon, Florida)

Warbird

Data from:[12]

  • Warbird 80% Scale Bearcat
  • Warbird 75% Scale P47
  • Warbird 84% Scale Zero
  • Warbird 78% Scale Dauntless
  • Warbird Scale Stuka
  • Warbird Scale FW190
  • Warbird Scale AT6

Warchalowski

  • Warchalowski Biplane[13]

Warner

(Arthur P Warner, Beloit Wisconsin)

  • Warner-Curtiss 1909 Biplane[2]

Warner Aerocraft

(Warner Aerocraft Company, Seminole, Florida, United States)

Warner-Young

  • Warner-Young Skycar[14]

Warren

(W H "Glen" Warren, San Luis Obispo California)

Warren & Young

  • Warren & Young 1937 aeroplane[2]

Warrior

(Warrior Aeronautical Corp, Alliance OH)

Warwick

(William Warwick, Torrance CA)

Washington

(Washington Aeroplane Co, College Park Maryland)

  • Washington Miss Columbia[2]

Washington Aeroprogress

(Seattle, Washington)

Washington Navy Yard

  • Washington Navy Yard Seaplane (akaRichardson 82-A)[2]

Wasp

(Wasp Airplane Co, 3440 Boston Ave and 1044 51 Ave, Oakland California)

  • Wasp Special[2]
  • Wasp T-2 Air Coupe[2]
  • Wasp T-2 Air Coach[2]

Waspair

Wasp Systems

(Later Wasp Flight Systems, Crook, Cumbria, United Kingdom)

Wassmer

Watanabe

(KK Watanabe Tekkosho - Watanabe Iron Works Ltd.) (from 1943 - Kyushu Aeroplane Company Ltd. q.v.)

Water-based Aircraft Design & Research Institute

Waterhouse

( (William J) Waterhouse & (Lloyd) Royer Aircraft, Glendale California)

  • Waterhouse BC-1 Tijuana[2]
  • Waterhouse BC-2 Tijuana[2]
  • Waterhouse BC-3 Tijuana[2]
  • Waterhouse Roamair[2]
  • Waterhouse Cruizair[2]

Waterman

(Waterman Aircraft Mfg Co, 3rd & Sunset, Venice CA.{Waldo Dean Waterman})

Watkins

(Watkins Aircraft Co (pres: Everett Watkins), Wichita Kansas)

  • Watkins SL-1[2]
  • Watkins SL-2 Skylark (a.k.a. X-470E)[2][22]

Watkinson

(Taylor Watkinson Aircraft Company, UK)

Watson

(Watson Windwagon Company / Gary Watson, Newcastle Texas)

WDFL

(WD Flugzeug Leichtbau / Wolfgang Dallach)

Weatherley

((John C) Weatherly Aviation Co Inc, Hollister, California, United States)

Weatherly-Campbell

(Ray Weatherly & Bill Campbell, Dallas Texas)

Weaver-Wellet

(Goodwin K Weaver & Oliver Wellet, a.k.a. Weaver Air Service, 353 S Audubon Rd, Indianapolis Indiana)

  • Weaver-Wellet WAS-5[2]
  • Weaver-Wellet WW-1[2]

Webber

(Marshal D Webber, Jefferson Ohio)

  • Webber BFW-1[2]

Weber

(Ernst Weber)

  • Weber EW 18

Weber

(Wilibald Weber)

  • Weber Perereca[9]

Wedell-Williams

( (James R) Wedell-(Harry P) Williams Air Service Corp, Patterson Louisiana)

Weeks

(Kermit Weeks, Miami Florida)

Weeks-Riggs

(Elling O Weeks and E A "Gus" Riggs, Terre Haute Indiana)

  • Weeks-Riggs 1910 aeroplane[2]
  • Weeks-Riggs 1911 aeroplane[2]

Wega

(Wega Industria Aeronautica Palhoça, Santa Catarina, Brazil)

Weick

(Fred E Weick, 130 Cherokee Rd, Hampton Virginia)

Weidmann

((George) Weidmann Body & Trailer Co, North Tonawanda New York)

  • Weidmann Flying Tank[2]

Weil

(Lehman Weil, 225 West 71 St, New York New York)

  • Weil 1927 Ornithopter[2]

Weinberg

(William Weinberg)

Weir

(G & J Weir Ltd.)

Weiss

see:Manfred Weiss

Welch

((Orin) Welch Aircraft Co, Anderson IN. / Welch Aviation Co.)

Weller Flugzeugbau

(Bibersfeld, Germany)

Weller-Lusk

(R C Lusk & R M Weller, Burbank California)

  • Weller-Lusk Model 1[2]

Wellington

(Harry Wellington, Ontario California)

  • Wellington Sport Mk 1 Pup[2]

Wells

(Harry Wells, Cicero Illinois)

  • Wells 1915 Biplane"Reo"[2]

Wells

(Eugene W Wells, Hawaii)

  • Wells Shama WWI[2]

Welsh

(George T Welsh, Long Beach California)

  • Welsh Rabbit A[2]
  • Welsh Rabbit B[2]

Welsher

(Burdette Star Welsher, 519 High St, San Luis Obispo California)

  • Welsher Arrowplane[2]

Weltensegler

  • Weltensegler light biplane[25]

Wendt

((Robert) Wendt Aircraft Corp, 825 Main St, N Tonawanda New York)

Wendt

((Harold O) Wendt Aircraft Engr, La Mesa California)

Werkheiser & Matson

(C M Matson & Harlan Werkheiser, Bloomsburg Pennsylvania)

  • Werkheiser & Matson Model A (a.k.a. Experimental)[2]

Werkspoor

(Werkspoor NV)

Wesley

(Joseph K Wesley, Somerset Kentucky)

  • Wesley Special[2]

Weser

(Weser Flugzeugbau)

West

(Russell West, Atlanta (GA?) Packard Co.)

  • West Special[2]
  • West Southern Air Boss[2]

West Coast

(West Coast Air Service Inc, Portland Oregon)

  • West Coast 1928 Monoplane[2]

Westbrook

(Westbrook Aeronautical Corp (founders: John Knox McAfee, Neil Westbrook Perdew), Teterboro, NJ)

  • Westbrook W-5[2]
  • Westbrook W-5-B Sportster[2]

Westermayer

(Oskar Westermayer)

  • Westermayer WE 01[26]
  • Westermayer WE 03[26]
  • Westermayer WE 04[26]
  • Westermayer B8M[26]

Western

(Western Aircraft Supplies, Calgary Alberta Canada)

  • Western PGK-1 Hirondelle[2][9]

Western

(Western Airplane & Supply Co, Burbank California)

  • Western Sport[2]

Western

(Western Airplane Co, 53 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago Illinois)

  • Western King Bird[2]

Western

(Western Aircraft Corp (pres: Georges Hamilton), San Antonio Texas)

  • Western Westair 204[2]

Western Aircraft

(Western Aircraft Corp, 521 Cooper Bldg, Denver Colorado)

  • Western Aircraft Sport[2]

Western Aircraft Supplies

(Western Aircraft Supplies)

Westfall

( Westfall Aircraft Co.)

Westfield

(Miles Westfall, Oklahoma City OK and New Richmond Indiana)

  • Westfall W-7 Special[2]
  • Westfall W-7 Sport[2]

Westfield

(Westfield Aircraft Co (Summit Aeronautical Corp), Westfield Massachusetts)

  • Westfield Trainer[2]

Westland

Weyger

(Alexander Weyger)

  • Alexander Weyger Discopter[27]

Weymann

(Charles Terres Weymann / Société des Avions C.T.Weymann / Lepère)

Weyrauch

(Ronaldo Weyrauch)

  • Weyrauch MZ-1 (Mehrzweck Zweimot No.1 or multirole twin no.1)[38]

Wezel

(Martin Wezel Flugzeugtechnik)

Whatley

(Vascoe Whatley)

  • Whatley Special[9]

WHE

(W.H. Ekin)

  • WHE Airbuggy

Wheelair

(Puget-Pacific Airplane Co; Tacoma Washington)

Wheeler

(Ken Wheeler / Wheeler Technology)

Wheeler

(Ron Wheeler Aircraft (Slaes) Pty. Ltd.)

  • Wheeler Scout Mk.III[40]

Wheeling

(Wheeling Aircraft Co, Pontiac Michigan)

Whigham

(Eugene Whigham)

Whitcraft

(Whitcraft Corp, Eastford Connecticut)

White

(George D White, 117 E 49 St, Los Angeles California)

  • White Baby White[39]
  • White Sport Monoplane[39]
  • White Trans-Pacific Flyer[39]

White

(George White, St Augustine Florida)

  • White 1928 Ornithopter[39]

White

((Donald G) White Aircraft Co, Woodward Airport, Leroy New York)

White

(William T White, Dallas Texas)

White

(E Marshall White, Huntington Beach California)

White

(Van White, Lubbock Texas)

White & Thompson

White's

( (Burdette S & Harold L) White's Aircraft, Ames Iowa)

White-Kremsreiter

((Benjamin) White-(Hans) Kremsreiter, Milwaukee Wisconsin)

  • White-Kremsreiter W-K Special[39]

Whitehead

(Whitehead Aircraft Company)

Whitehead

(Gustave Whitehead (Gustav Weisskopf), Bridgeport Connecticut)

  • Whitehead Number 21 (1901)[39]
  • Whitehead 1911 Helicopter[39]

Whiteman

(Lawrence Henry Whiteman, Wichita Kansas)

Whitman

(Earl E Whitman, Point Richmond California)

  • Whitman Amphibian[39]

Whitney

(Dean-Wilson Aviation Ltd / C.W. "Bill" Whitney)

Whittaker

(Michael Whittaker, Clayton, Yorkshire, United Kingdom)

Whittelsey

(Whittelsey Mfg Co, 220 Howard St, Bridgeport Connecticut)

  • Whittelsey Amphib[39]
  • Whittelsey Avian[39]

Whittemore-Hamm

((Harris) Whittemore-(?) Hamm Co, Saugus Massachusetts)

  • Whittemore-Hamm L-2[39]
  • Whittemore-Hamm L-3[39]

Whittenbeck

(Clem Whittenbeck, Greenwood Missouri, Lincoln Nebraska and Miami Oklahoma)

  • Whittenbeck Mono-special[39]

Whittenburg

(Mickey Whittenburg, Connecticut)

  • Whittenburg 1965 Monoplane[39]

Wibault

(Société des Avions Michel Wibault)

Wibault significant projects

Wib.4 heavy bomber project? Wib.5 single-seat parasol-wing fighter project, submitted to C.1 1923 Wib.6 two-seat parasol-wing fighter derivative of Wib.5 Wib.11 single-seat fighter project powered by one 500 hp engine, for C.1 1923 Wib.14 two-seat parasol-wing tourist aircraft project Wib.14H a floatplane version of Wib.14 Wib.15 single-seat fighter project to C.1 1926 contest Wib.160 Trombe II a more powerful version of Wib.130 Trombe I, also for C.1 1926 Wib.170 single-seat lightweight fighter for C.1 1926 Wib.230 three-engined transport aircraft project? Wib.270 single-seat lightweight fighter project for C.1 1928 Wib.330 transport aircraft (no more details) Wib.340 two-seat low-wing tourist aircraft project

Wichita

(Wichita Airplane Mfg Co (C A Noll, Anson O Rorabaugh), 716 (?>912) W 1st St, Wichita Kansas)

  • Wichita Cadet[39]
  • Wichita Cadet Captain[39]
  • Wichita Cadet Major[39]

Wickham

(James Wickham, Seattle Washington)

Wickner

(Geoffrey N. Wikner)

  • Wicko Cabin Sports[45]
  • Wicko Wizard

Widerøe

(Widerøes Flyveselskap)

Wieber

(John C Wieber, Milwaukee Wisconsin)

  • Wieber 1934 Biplane[39]

Wielemans

Wienberg

(William Weinberg, Kansas City, Missouri, United States)

Wier

(Ronald Wier, San Diego, California, United States)

Wigal

(Fritz Wigal, Jackson Tennessee)

  • Wigal 1964 Autogyro[39]

Wight

(Confusion may reign here:- Owner:J. Samuel White, Designer Howard T. Wright, Company Name Wight Aircraft Co.)

Wilbur

(Joe W Wilbur, Exeter New Hampshire)

  • Wilbur1931Monoplane[39]

Wilcox

  • Wilcox White Ghost[39]

Wilcox

(H F Wilcox Aeronautics Inc, Verdigris Oklahoma)

  • Wilcox T-12-1 Sport Trainer[39]

Wild

(Alec Wild)S

Wild

(Robert Wild / Comte)

  • Wild DT
  • Wild 43
  • Wild X biplane

Wilder

(Charles A Wilder, Bronson Michigan)

Wilden

(Helmut Wilden)

Wildfire Air Racing

  • Wildfire Air Racing Wildfire[49]

Wiley Post

(Wiley Post Aircraft Corp, Oklahoma City OK)

  • Wiley Post 1934 Biplane[39]

Wilford

(E Burke Wilford, Paoli PA)

  • Wilford Executive Transport[39]
  • Wilford WRK Gyroplane[39][50]

Willard

(Charles F Willard, Hempstead NY and Los Angeles California)

  • Willard 1910 Biplane[39]

Williams

(J Newton Williams, Ansonia Connecticut)

  • Williams 1907 Helicopter[39]
  • Williams 1908 Helicopter[39]

C W Williams

(C W Williams)

  • Williams 1908 Parafoil[39]

O E Williams

(O E Williams Aeroplane Co (founders: Osbert Edwin & Inez Williams), Scranton Pennsylvania)

  • Williams 1911 Biplane[39]
  • Williams 1912 Biplane[39]
  • Williams 1913 Biplane[39]
  • Williams 1914 Hydro Aeroplane[39]
  • Williams 1917[39]
  • Williams Model 5[39]

Williams

(Beryl J Williams Co, Venice & Pasadena California)

  • Williams 1911 Biplane[39]

Williams

(Szekely Aircraft & Engine Co, Holland Michigan)

  • Williams Monoplane[39]

Williams

(Art Williams and Guy Gully, Alliance Ohio)

Williams

(Paul Williams, Dayton Ohio)

Williams

(Walt Williams, Perris California)

Williams

(Robert F Williams, Houston Texas)

  • Williams Skeeter Hawk[39]

Williams

(Floyd Williams, Eagle Grove Iowa)

  • Williams 1970 Biplane[39]

Williams

(Bob Williams)

Williams International

((Sam B) Williams Intl, Walled Lake Michigan)

  • Williams V-jet II[39]

Williams Texas-Temple

(Texas Aero Mfg Co (fdr: George W Williams), Temple TX. )

Williamson

(Roger Williamson, San Antonio Texas)

  • Williamson Roadrunner[39]

Willoughby

(Capt Hugh L. Willoughby, Newport Rhode Island)

  • Willoughby Gray Goose II[39]
  • Willoughby Pelican[39]
  • Willoughby War-Hawk[39]
  • Willoughby Biplane[39]

Willoughby

(Willoughby Delta Company)

Wills Wing

(Santa Ana, California, United States and later Orange, California)

Wilson

Wilson

(John H Wilson, Middlesex Pennsylvania)

  • Wilson 1909 Biplane[39]

Wilson

(Al & Herbert Wilson, Ocean Park California)

  • Wilson 1913 Biplane[39]
  • Wilson 1917 Monoplane[39]

Wilson

(Wilson & Co, 529 W Douglas, Wichita Kansas)

Wilson

((Dr Frank M) Wilson Aircraft Company, Los Angeles California)

  • Wilson Mid-Wing 3-B[39]

Wilson

(James Wilson, Los Angeles California)

  • Wilson Baby Cyclone[39]
  • Wilson Li'l Rebel[39]
  • Wilson Sky Mouse[39]

Windecker

(Windecker Industries Inc.)

Winds Italia

(Bologna, Italy)

Windstar

(Windstar, Boise Idaho)

Windspire

(Windspire Inc.)

Windtech Parapentes

(Gijón, Spain)

  • Windtech Altair
  • Windtech Ambar
  • Windtech Arial
  • Windtech Bali
  • Windtech Bantoo
  • Windtech Cargo
  • Windtech Combat
  • Windtech Coral
  • Windtech Evo
  • Windtech Fenix
  • Windtech Honey
  • Windtech Impulse
  • Windtech Kali
  • Windtech Kinetik
  • Windtech Loop
  • Windtech Nitro
  • Windtech Pulsar
  • Windtech Quarx
  • Windtech Ru-bi
  • Windtech Serak
  • Windtech Silex
  • Windtech Spiro
  • Windtech Syncro
  • Windtech Tactic
  • Windtech Tecno
  • Windtech Tempest
  • Windtech Tempus
  • Windtech Tonic
  • Windtech Tuareg
  • Windtech Tucan
  • Windtech Windy
  • Windtech Zenith
  • Windtech Zephyr

Windward Performance

Wing

((George S) Wing Aircraft Co/Hi-Shear Corp, 2660 Skypark Dr, Torrance California)

Wingco

Wingler

(Wingler Aeronautical Co, Riverside Iowa)

Wings of Change

(Fulpmes, Austria)

  • Skyman Amicus
  • Skyman The Rock
  • Skyman CrossCountry
  • Skyman Heartbeat
  • Skyman CrossAlps
  • Skyman PassengAir
  • Skyman Tandem
  • Skyman Reinhold II
  • Skyman Furio
  • Wings of Change Acrominator
  • Wings of Change Braveheart
  • Wings of Change Chinhook Bi
  • Wings of Change Crossblade
  • Wings of Change Deathblade
  • Wings of Change Druid
  • Wings of Change Edonis
  • Wings of Change Reinhold
  • Wings of Change Ötzi
  • Wings of Change Predator
  • Wings of Change Psychohammer
  • Wings of Change Speedy Gonzales
  • Wings of Change Taifun
  • Wings of Change Tsunami
  • Wings of Change Tuareg
  • Wings of Change Twister
  • Wings of Change X-Fighter
  • Wings of Change XPlor-air

Wings Of Freedom

(Wings Of Freedom LLC, Hubbard, Ohio, United States)

Winner

(Winner SCS)

Winslow

(Capt Stewart V Winslow, Lewiston Montana)

  • Winslow 1904 Monoplane[39]

Winstead

( (Carl & Guy) Winstead Brothers Airplane Co, Wichita Kansas)

  • Winstead Special[39]

Winton

(Scott Winton)

  • Winton Sapphire 10[40]
  • Winton Sapphire LSA[40]

Wipaire

(Wipaire Inc.)

Wise

(Ralph Wise, United States)

Wiseman

(Fred Wiseman & M W Peters, San Francisco and Petaluma California)

  • Wiseman 1910 Biplane[39]
  • Noonan-Wiseman 1911 Biplane[39]

Wisenant

(Oscar H Wisenant, Colorado Springs Colorado)

  • Wisenant 1920 Monoplane[39]

Wissler

((Clarence H) Wissler Airplane Co, Bellefontaine Ohio)

Wittemann-Lewis

(Wittemann-Lewis Aircraft Co Inc.)

Wittman

(Steve J. Wittman)

Witzig-Lioré-Dutilleul

  • Witzig-Lioré-Dutilleul n° 1[51]
  • Witzig-Lioré-Dutilleul n° 2[51]

Wiweko

(Wiweko Soepono)

  • Wiweko Wel-1[9]

W.K.F.

(Wiener Karosserie und Flugzeugfabrik)

WLT

(Wolfsberg Letecká Továrna s.r.o. )

WNF

(Wiener Neustädter Flugzeugwerke GmbH)

Wogen

(Orville Wogen, Lake Mills Iowa)

  • Wogen Sport Wing[39]

Wolf

(Donald S Wolf, Huntington New York)

Wolf

(Steve Wolf)

  • Wolf Cyclone

Wolff

(Albert Wolff, Denver Colorado)

Wolford-Wilson

(Dale Wolford & Elmer Wilson )

Wolfsberg

(Wolfsberg Aircraft Corp. NV / Wolfsberg-Evektor / Wolfsberg Letecká Tovarna s.r.o.)

  • Wolfsberg 257 Raven (initial design)
  • Wolfsberg-Evektor Raven (second company)
  • Wolfsberg Corvus 1F (third company)[53]

Wolverine

(Wolverine Aeronautic Co, Albion Michigan)

  • Wolverine 25hp Biplane[39]
  • Wolverine 30hp Biplane[39]

Wombat Gyrocopters

Wood

(Charles A Wood, Clay Center Kansas)

  • Wood CR-1 Little Monster[39]

Wood

(Dick Wood, Kansas City Missouri)

  • Wood Liten Vinge[39]

Wood

(Callbie Wood, Wilson North Carolina)

Wood

(Stanley Wood, Glendale Arizona)

Wood

(Steven K. Wood)

Wood & English

(Thomas W Wood & Noel L English, Wiggins Mississippi)

  • Wood & English 1935 Monoplane[39]

Woodford

((Edwin S) Woodford Airplanes Inc., Portland Oregon)

  • Woodford Special[39]

Woodson

(Woodson Aircraft Corp, Bryan Ohio)

  • Woodson Express 2-A[39]
  • Woodson Foto[39]
  • Woodson M-6[39]
  • Woodson Sport 3-A[39]
  • Woodson Transport 4-B[39]

Woodward (aircraft constructor)

  • Woodward Aero Navigator[39]

World

(World Aircraft Company, Paris, TN)

World Seair Corporation

(Edgewater, Florida, USA)

World War I Aeroplanes

(World War I Aeroplanes, Inc, Poughkeepsie, New York, United States)

Worldwide Ultralite

(Worldwide Ultralite Industries)

Worsell

(Tom Worsell)

  • Worsell Monoplane

Wouters

(Jean de Wouters d'Oplinter)

Wozniak

(Frank B. Wozniak)

  • Wozniak Double Eagle

Wren

Wren

Wright

(Wright Aeronautical)

Wright-Bellanca

Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation

  • Wright-Martin M-8[39]
  • Wright-Martin R[39]
  • Wright-Martin Pulitzer Racer[39]
  • Wright-Martin V[39]

Wright

((H W) Wright & Co, Wilmar California)

  • Wright Light Sport[39]

Wright

(Dr Thomas Edward A Wright, Wichita Kansas)

  • Wright Experimental[39]

Wright

(A F Wright, Dubuque Iowa)

  • Wright 1932 Monoplane[39]

Wright

(James R Wright, St Clair Shores Michigan)

  • Wright 1933 Biplane[39]

Wright-Gingerich

(Harvey C Wright, Iowa City Iowa)

  • Wright-Gingerich HS[39]

Wright-Hughes

((James) Wright Machine Tool Co, Cottage Grove Oregon)

  • Wright-Hughes H-1B[39]

Wright Redux

(Wright Redux Assn, Glen Ellyn Illinois)

  • Wright Redux Flyer[39]

Wrobel

(Gerard Wrobel, Beynes, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France)

Wüst GmbH

(Aschaffenburg, Germany)

Wyandotte

(Wyandotte High School, Kansas City Kansas)

Wysong

(Forrest E Wysong, Raleigh North Carolina)

  • Wysong 1915 Biplane[39]

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