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Farman F.165


Farman F.180

The Farman F.180 Oiseau Bleu was a 1920s French biplane airliner. The F.180 was designed to fly non-stop between Paris and New York, but when the crossing attempt was cancelled three aircraft were built as luxury transports to operate from Paris ...


Farman F.268


Farman F.269


Farman F.368


Farman F.1000

The F.1000 was a high-wing strut-braced monoplane with a large wing area. It had a conventional fixed landing gear and was powered by a 350 hp 261 kW Farman 8Vi engine. The aircraft first flew on the 25 June 1932, piloted by Lucien Coupet. The pi ...


Farman F.1010

The Farman F.1010 was a small, low-wing, single-seat monoplane ordered by the French government in 1931 to test in flight a large-calibre cannon. This was mounted between the cylinder banks of an inverted V-8 engine.


Farman F.1020

The Farman F.1020 was an experimental aircraft built in France in 1933 to investigate the behaviour of a semi-circular wing fitted with unconventional controls. It had a short career and only one was constructed.


Farman Sport

The Farman FF 65 Sport was a French built light biplane, with a single engine and tandem seats, intended for sport and touring. First flown in 1919, it achieved modest sales at home and abroad in the early 1920s. Two unusual modifications produce ...


Fauvel AV.10

Data from General characteristics Propellers: 2-bladed. (Пропеллеры: 2-лопастной) Wing area: 18.55 m 2 199.7 sq ft. Wingspan: 10.00 m 32 ft 10 in. Powerplant: 1 × Pobjoy R 7-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engine, 56 kW 75 hp. Gross weight: 548 ...


FBA Avion Canon

The FBA Avion Canon was a two-seat cannon-armed biplane fighter, designed and built in France from 1916. due to unsatisfactory performance, development of the Avion Canon was abandoned.


Fiat G.2

The G.2 was an important step for the Fiat company as their first low-wing cantilever monoplane. The structure was all-metal, with fabric-covered control surfaces. The wide-track tailwheel undercarriage was not retractable, and its mainwheels wer ...


Firestone XR-14

The Firestone XR-14 was a proposed 1940s American lightweight helicopter, designed by the Firestone Aircraft Company to operate in the liaison and observation helicopter for the United States Army Air Forces. Due to changing requirements no examp ...


Flettner Fl 184

The Fl 184 was a two-seat autogyro with an enclosed cabin. The Fl 184 rotors had a length of 12 m and a cyclic pitch control system. The aircrafts power was supplied by a 160 PS 160 hp, 120 kW Siemens-Halske Sh 14A radial engine that drove a two- ...


Flettner Fl 185

The Flettner Fl 185 was an experimental German gyrodyne developed by Anton Flettner, a machine which could fly both as a helicopter and as a gyroplane.


Flettner Gigant

Anton Flettner was an early rotary-wing pioneer in Germany, he developed a torqueless rotor by powering it with small engines fixed directly to the blades driving propellers. this arrangement drove the rotor without transmitting torque other than ...



The IA 45 Querandi was designed as an executive and light transport. A twin-engined all metal high-wing cantilever monoplane with an upswept rear fuselage, it had a tailplane with two fins and rudders and retractable tricycle landing gear. Powere ...



The FMA AeC.1 was a light utility aircraft built in Argentina in 1931, it was the first aircraft of domestic design to be produced by Fabrica Militar de Aviones. It was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of conventional configuration with fixed tail ...



The FMA AeC.2 was a light utility aircraft built in Argentina in the early 1930s, and also produced as a military trainer and observation aircraft under the designations AeME.1, AeMO.1, AeMOe.1 and AeMOe.2.



The FMA AeC.3 was a light utility aircraft built in Argentina in 1934, a further development in the series of designs that had originated with the AeC.1 three years previously. Deliveries to Argentinas aeroclubs were made late in the year.



The FMA AeT.1 was an airliner built in Argentina in the early 1930s. It was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of conventional design, with fixed tailwheel undercarriage. Only three examples were built, christened General San Martin, Dean Funes, and ...


FMA I.Ae.20 El Boyero

The FMA 20 El Boyero was a light utility aircraft produced in Argentina in the 1940s. It was a conventional high-wing strut-braced monoplane with fixed tailskid undercarriage with seating for two side-by-side in an enclosed cabin.



It was developed by the Fabrica Militar de Aviones FMA in response to an Argentine Air Force request for a replacement for its Beech B-45 "Mentor" trainers then in service. The new aircraft was to combine its main role as a primary trainer with s ...


FMA IA-63 Pampa

The IA-63 Pampa is an advanced jet trainer with combat capability, produced in Argentina by Fabrica Militar de Aviones with assistance from Dornier of Germany.


I.Ae. 31 Colibri

The IAe.31 Colibri was a civil trainer aircraft developed in Argentina in the 1940s. It was designed by Emile Dewoitine and developed by the Instituto Aerotecnico for manufacture by the company H. Goberna factories in Cordoba Province as an initi ...


I.Ae.32 Chingolo

The I.Ae.32 Chingolo was a civil trainer, touring and aerobatic aircraft developed in Argentina in the 1940s. It was designed by Ernesto Vicente and developed by the Instituto Aerotecnico for manufacture by the company" Mario Vicente Construccion ...



The IA 35 Huanquero was the first aircraft design from the DINFIA organisation Argentina to enter production. A twin-engined all-metal except for fabric-covered ailerons low-wing cantilever monoplane, it had a high-mounted tailplane with two fins ...


Focke-Achgelis Fa 325

Heinrich Focke began designed the Fa 325 for the Kriegsmarine, which was interested in a torpedo-armed helicopter. The design had four rotors, and was, effectively, two Focke-Achgelis Fa 223 Draches attached to each other, powered by two Bramo 30 ...


Focke-Wulf Fw 238

The Focke-Wulf Fw 238 was a four-engine low wing strategic bomber developed by the German aeronautical company Focke-Wulf-Flugzeugbau AG in the early 1940s and remained at the project stage. Designed to the same specifications issued by the Reich ...


Focke-Wulf Fw 42

The Focke-Wulf Fw 42 was a design for a twin-engined medium bomber, of canard configuration, that was designed by Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau AG in Germany in the early 1930s. Several air forces expressed interest in the aircraft. However, despite its ...


Focke-Wulf Fw 300

The Focke-Wulf Fw 300 was a proposed very-long-range civil airliner, transport, reconnaissance aircraft and anti-ship aircraft, designed by Focke-Wulf in 1941 and 1942. The design was intended to replace the Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor.


Focke-Wulf Ta 254

The Ta 254 would have been a high-wing monoplane with retractable tricycle landing gear. It was to have been powered by either two Daimler-Benz DB603E, Daimler-Benz DB 603L or Jumo 213Es piston engines. The main difference from the Ta 154 was to ...


Fouga CM.8

The Fouga CM.8 or Castel-Mauboussin CM.8 was a French sailplane of the 1950s, most notable in retrospect due to its place in the development of the Fouga Magister jet trainer.


Freewind Bumble B

The Freewind Bumble B is a French autogyro that was designed and produced by Freewind Aviation of Vimory, introduced in about 2013. Now out of production, when it was available the aircraft was supplied complete and ready-to-fly. Aviation free wi ...


Fresh Breeze Paratour Twin

The aircraft was designed in the 1990s and features a paraglider-style high-wing, two-place accommodation and a two Quadra horizontally-opposed two-stroke 200 cc 12.2 cu in engines in pusher configuration. As is the case with all paramotors, take ...


Friedrichshafen FF.35

The Friedrichshafen FF.35 was a seaplane torpedo bomber built in Germany during World War I. Similar in general design to the Friedrichshafen G.I, it was a conventional four-bay biplane with unstaggered, unequal-span wings. The horizontal stabili ...


Friedrichshafen FF.53

The FF.53 was a twin-engined biplane floatplane, designed to carry a torpedo and powered by two Mercedes D.IVa engines. It was a development of the Friedrichshafen G.III heavy bomber. Only three aircraft were built.


Friedrichshafen G.I

The Friedrichshafen G.I was a prototype heavy bomber aircraft that was built in Germany by Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen in 1915. It was Karl Gehlens first design for the company, and although it was not produced in quantity, it provided the founda ...


Friedrichshafen G.II

The Friedrichshafen G.II was a medium bomber aircraft that was designed and manufactured in Germany during World War I by Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen. The plane was used by the Luftstreitkrafte for tactical and limited strategic bombing operation ...


Friedrichshafen G.III

The Friedrichshafen G.III was a medium bomber designed and manufactured by Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen. They were used by the German Imperial Air Service during World War I for tactical and limited strategic bombing operations. After the end of t ...


Friedrichshafen G.IV

The Friedrichshafen G.IV and G.V respectively were medium bombers that were designed and manufactured in Germany during World War I by Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen. The G.IV saw limited use by the Luftstreitkrafte for tactical and limited strategi ...


Friedrichshafen N.I

It was a two-seat biplane equipped with a 260 hp 190 kW Mercedes D.IVa engine, double-mainwheel tri-cycle landing gear and large relatively highly swept biplane wings. The Friedrichshafen N.I flew in 1917, but flight testing revealed a number of ...


Gabardini G.8

Until 1923, the Gabardini company had produced only instructional aircraft for use by flight training schools, but in 1923 it offered a new aircraft, the G.8, in both advanced trainer and fighter versions. It was the company s first venture into ...


Gabardini G.9

Gabardini designed the G.9 in parallel with its work on its first fighter design, the Gabardini G.8, which had a similar wing cellule. The G.9 was a metal, fabric-covered, single-bay biplane which differed from the unequal-span G.8 by having a sh ...


German Gyro Matto

The German Gyro Matto is a German autogyro, designed and produced by German Gyro Safety Aviation GmbH of Menden, introduced at the AERO Friedrichshafen airshow in 2013. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.


Glasflugel 205 Club Libelle

The Glasflugel 205 Club Libelle is a high wing, T-tailed, single seat glider that was designed and produced in West Germany by Glasflugel for club and rental use.


Glasflugel 604

The Glasflugel 604 is a high-wing, T-tailed, single seat, FAI Open Class glider that was designed and produced in West Germany by Glasflugel starting in 1970. Created from Kestrel 17 604 often mistakenly called a Kestrel 22. In fact, the company ...


Glasflugel BS-1

The Glasflugel BS-1, sometimes called the Bjorn Stender BS-1 or the Stender BS-1, is a West German, high-wing, single seat, T-tailed, FAI Open Class glider that was designed by Bjorn Stender and produced by Glasflugel.


Gloster Goldfinch

The Gloster Goldfinch was a single-engined single-seat high-altitude biplane fighter of all-metal construction from the later 1920s. It did not reach production and only one was built.


Gloster Goral

The Gloster Goral was a single-engined two-seat biplane built to an Air Ministry contract for a general-purpose military aircraft in the late 1920s. It did not win the contest and only one was built.

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