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Arado E.581-4

The aircraft was originally designed as the Arado E.555, and a scaled down version was designed in 1944, developing into this craft. Production was never completed however as it was dropped in favour of maximising production of existing designs.


Arado E.654

The E.654 used a widened variant on the fuselage of the Arado Ar 240 so that it could mount two DB 614 or DB 627 engines inside the fuselage, similar to the Arado E.561. It had a single vertical tailfin with a tailplane. Like the E.561, it was ab ...


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.14


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.15


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.19

The Armstrong Whitworth A.W.19 was a two/three-seat single-engine biplane, built as a general-purpose military aircraft in the mid-1930s. A newer, monoplane aircraft was preferred and only one A.W.19 was built.


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.27


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.35


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.38


Armstrong Whitworth A.W.41


Armstrong Whitworth Argosy

The Armstrong Whitworth Argosy was a British three-engine biplane airliner built by Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft, and operated by Imperial Airways from 1926 to 1935. For the 1950s transport, see Armstrong Whitworth AW.660 Argosy


Armstrong Whitworth F.K.5

The Armstrong Whitworth F.K.5 and F.K.6 were experimental triplanes built as escort fighters by Armstrong Whitworth during the First World War. They carried two gunners in nacelles mounted on the centre wing. One example of each type was built, w ...


Armstrong Whitworth Sissit

The Armstrong Whitworth Sissit, also known as the Armstrong Whitworth F.K.1, was a prototype single-engined biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. The first aircraft designed by Armstrong Whitworth, the Sissit was underpowered and only ...


Armstrong Whitworth F.K.2


Armstrong Whitworth F.K.5


Arsenal 2301

The Arsenal 2301, Arsenal Ars.2301, SFECMAS 1301 or SFECMAS Ars.1301 was an experimental French air-launched glider, built to test the aerodynamics of aircraft of novel configuration at full scale. It first flew in 1951 with swept wings but after ...


Guerchais-Roche Emouchet

The Arsenal Emouchet, more commonly known as Sports Aeriens Emouchet, Air Emouchet, or Guerchais-Roche Emouchet, is a modest performance, single-seat training glider designed and first produced in France during World War II. Quantity production c ...


Avia 40-P

The Avia 40-P was intended as an economical glider suitable for clubs and individuals but with a competitive performance capable of record setting. It was the most popular pre-war French glider, with more than forty built and it continued to set ...


Avia 41-P

The Lippisch Wien, a German glider first flown in 1929, was the first aircraft to undertake cross-country flights using "blue sky" thermals rather than ridge lift or the thermals associated with cumulonimbus cloud. Most of the exploratory flights ...


Fokker XB-8

During assembly, the second prototype XO-27 was converted to a bomber prototype, dubbed the XB-8. While the XB-8 was much faster than existing biplane bombers, it did not have the bomb capacity to be considered for production. Two YB-8s and 4 Y1B ...


Atlantic XCO-8


Atlantic DH-4M-2


Fokker F-10

The Fokker F-10 was an enlarged development of the Fokker F.VII airliner, built in the late 1920s by the Fokker Aircraft Corporation of America. It carried 12 passengers, four more than the F.VII, and had a larger wing and more powerful engines.


Fokker XHB-2

The Fokker XHB-2 was a proposed heavy bomber envisaged by the Fokker Aircraft Corporation of America in 1927. The leadership of the United States Army Air Corps found the XHB-2 design too radical to be a real proposition, so the design remained a ...


Atlas C4M Kudu


Auster Atlantic

The Auster C6 Atlantic was a British four-seat cabin monoplane designed and built by Auster Aircraft Limited. Development of the type was abandoned after initial flight tests.


Austin Greyhound

The Austin Greyhound was a British two-seat biplane fighter aircraft of World War I built by car manufacturer Austin. Owing to the end of the War and an unreliable engine, it was unsuccessful, only three being built.


AutoGyro Cavalon

The Autogyro Cavalon is a German autogyro, designed and produced by AutoGyro GmbH of Hildesheim. It was introduced at the 2011 Aero show in Friedrichshafen. The aircraft is supplied as a complete ready-to-fly-aircraft.


AutoGyro MT-03

The AutoGyro MT-03 is a German autogyro, designed and produced by AutoGyro GmbH of Hildesheim. The aircraft is supplied as a complete ready-to-fly-aircraft. MT-03 was approved in the United Kingdom in 2007 in a modified form as the RotorSport UK ...


RotorSport UK Calidus

The RotorSport Calidus is a German tandem two-seater autogyro modified in the UK to meet British Civil Airworthiness Requirements CAP643 Section T. The Calidus is an enclosed-cockpit development of the open-cockpit RotorSport UK MT-03. New-build ...


RotorSport UK MT-03

The RotorSport UK MT-03 is a two-seat autogyro manufactured to British Civil Airworthiness Requirements CAP643 Section T. New build-aircraft based on the AutoGyro MT-03 design are imported from Germany and completed to British regulations by Roto ...


Avia B-228


Avia BH-25

The Avia BH-25 was a biplane airliner built in Czechoslovakia in 1926. Typical of Airliners of its time, it seated five passengers inside the fuselage, while the pilot sat in an open cockpit above. Usual configuration, it was a single-Bay Bi-plan ...


Avia BH-27

The Avia BH-27 was a high-wing utility monoplane aircraft concept, designed in Czechoslovakia in the late 1920s. It would have seated three passengers within an enclosed cabin, and would have been powered by an 82 kW Walter engine. Development wa ...


Avia VR-1


Aviaimpex Yanhol

The Aviaimpex KT-112 Yanhol is a light, three-seat helicopter produced by Aviaimpex in the Ukraine. It was first presented to the media on August 31, 2001.


Aviatik D.VI

The D.VI was a two-bay biplane of wooden construction with ply-covered fuselage and fabric-covered wings and tail surfaces. Armament comprised two synchronised 7.92 mm 0.312 in LMG 08/15 Spandau machine guns and power was provided by a geared Ben ...


Aviatik D.VII

The Aviatik D.VII was a German prototype single-seater fighter aircraft of the First World War, designed by Aviatik. Built to participate in the Third D-Type Contest of October 1918, it saw no military service. The only real major change from the ...


Avid Champion

The Avid Champion is an American single-seat, high-wing ultralight aircraft that was produced starting in 1998 as a kit by Avid Aircraft of Caldwell, Idaho, later Ennis, Montana. Avid aircraft went out of business in November 2003 and the aircraf ...


Avimeta 132

The Avimeta 132 was a French three-engined monoplane transport for eight-passengers designed and built by Avimeta. It was the first French all-metal aircraft but only one aircraft was built.


Avimeta 88

Avimeta, Societe pour la Construction dAvions Metallique‚ grew out of the Aeronautical Department of the Schneider-Creusot arms manufacturer. Both the frame and the corrugated covering of the Avimeta 88 were made from Alferium, an aluminium-iron ...


Avro 613

The Avro 613 was a 1920s-proposed British design by Avro to meet an Air Ministry requirement for a twin-engined night bomber. A prototype was ordered but it was not built.


Avro 684

Due to the increasing vulnerability of contemporary heavy bombers, the need to fly at ever higher altitudes to avoid Anti-aircraft fire and fighter interception became paramount. Avro developed the Lancaster to fulfil the requirement for such a h ...


Avro 748


Avro Burga

The Burga monoplane was built by Avro for R.F. Burga to test his unique system of lateral control. It was a single-engined two-seat monoplane, fitted with differentially operated surfaces above and below the central fuselage.


Avro Rota


Barnhart Twin 15

The prototype was built in Pasadena, California in 1920 by G.E. Barnhart, an engineer for the Handley Page program. In the "Wampus-kat" was a twin engine conventional chassis equipped biplane with folding wings. There are ailerons on the upper an ...


Bartini Stal-7

Aeroflot issued a requirement for two transport aircraft types. Bartini began design work in October 1934 on an aircraft to meet the larger 10/12 passenger specification. Initially Bartini intended the Stal-7 to use a steel tube truss airframe, w ...


Baumgartl PB-63

The Baumgartl PB-63 was a 1950s single-seat helicopter designed and built by the Austrian-designer Paul Baumgartl for the Brazilian Air Ministry. The PB-63 was of a conventional pod and boom design with an open steel-tube construction and it had ...


Baumgartl PB-64

The Baumgartl PB-64 was a 1950s single-seat helicopter designed and built by the Austrian-designer Paul Baumgartl for the Brazilian Air Ministry. The PB-64 had an unusual rotor drive with two lightweight pulse jets mounted on the rotor, although ...


Beardmore W.B.1a

The Beardmore W.B.1a was a British two-seater long-distance bomber biplane of World War I developed by Beardmore. The pilot and observer were seated in the rear of the fuselage, just before the tail section.

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