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SAN Jodel D.140 Mousquetaire

The SAN Jodel D.140 Mousquetaire is a French five-seat light touring monoplane based on the earlier Jodel D.117 and built by Societe Aeronautique Normande at Bernay.

SAN Jodel D.150 Mascaret

The Jodel D.150 Mascaret is a French two-seat single-engined light aircraft of the 1960s built by Societe Aeronautique Normande as a replacement for the earlier Jodel D11 trainer/tourer aircraft.

Sasin Spraymaster

The Sasin SA-29 Spraymaster was an agricultural aircraft designed and manufactured in Australia in the 1960s by Sasin Aircraft Service of Goulburn, New South Wales in conjunction with Aerostructures at Sydneys Bankstown Airport.

Savoia-Marchetti S.56

The Savoia-Marchetti S.56 was an Italian single-engine biplane flying boat trainer and tourer, built by Savoia-Marchetti. Of unequal span, the upper longer than the lower, a wooden structure. Instructor and student sat side by side in separate co ...

Savoia-Marchetti SM.93

The SM-93 was an all-wood single-engined low-wing monoplane with retractable undercarriage. The fuselage had a monocoque structure, with a single fin and low-set tailplane. The crew of two were accommodated under a long greenhouse-style canopy, w ...

Saynor & Bell Canadian Cub

The Saynor & Bell Canadian Cub was a single engine, single seat parasol wing monoplane, designed and built in Canada in 1930. It was intended to be a simple and economical vehicle with which pilots could increase their flying experience. It was d ...

Scheibe SF 26 Super Spatz

Data from General characteristics Aspect ratio: 18.2. (Соотношение сторон: 18.2) Empty weight: 190 kg 419 lb. Max takeoff weight: 310 kg 683 lb. Wing area: 12.3 m 2 132 sq ft. Crew: 1. (Экипаж: 1) Airfoil: NACA 63215-616 / 614. Wingspan: 15.0 m 4 ...

Schoettler I

The Schoettler I was one of the first aircraft constructed in China, albeit with a German designer. It was a two-seat, single engine biplane, first flown in mid-summer 1923.

Schweizer SA 2-31

Schweizer developed a line of gliders starting in World War II. The 2-31 was not intended to be a motor glider, but rather a light aircraft utilizing some glider and sailplane technologies, common parts with other Schweizer designs and an afforda ...

Scintex Rubis

Scintex Aviation had manufactured the two-seat Emeraude from the late 1950s. In 1960 the firm designed the ML 145 four-seat low-wing cabin monoplane, powered by a 145 h.p. Continental O-300-B engine, the single example of which first flew on 25 M ...

SEA IV

The SEA IV was designed and built in 1917 by Henry Potez, Louis Coroller, and Marcel Bloch. It was a derivative of their previous SEA II design, equipped with a more powerful Lorraine engine of 261 kW 350 hp. It made its first flight during the f ...

SECAT RG-60

The SECAT RG-60 was a prototype light sporting biplane built in France shortly after World War II. It was a conventional single-seat design with an open cockpit. The lower wing had a smaller span and chord than the upper wing and was braced again ...

SECAT RG-75

The SECAT RG-75 was a light utility monoplane built in France shortly after World War II. It was a conventional cabin monoplane with two seats side-by-side. The wing was mounted high and was of fully cantilever design. The conventional undercarri ...

SECAT S-5

The SECAT S-5 was a light, high-wing, two-seat touring monoplane aircraft, designed and built by the Societe dEtudes et de Construction dAvions de Tourisme in France shortly after the end of World War II. Only one example of the type was ever bui ...

SET 7

The SET 7 was a military trainer and reconnaissance aircraft that was produced in Romania in the mid-1930s. It was originally designed as a conventional single-bay biplane, with slightly staggered wings, a standard undercarriage with fixed tailsk ...

SETCA Milan

The SETCA Milan was a French-built two-seat light utility aircraft of the 1940s manufactured by SETCA.

Seversky A8V

In the late 1930s, Seversky aircraft exported twenty two-seat 2PA-B3 to Japan for operational service by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service as the A8V1 Type S Two Seat Fighter. The history of this type in Japanese service is obscure and not c ...

Seversky P-35

The Seversky P-35 is an American fighter aircraft built by the Seversky Aircraft Company in the late 1930s. A contemporary of the Hawker Hurricane and Messerschmitt Bf 109, the P-35 was the first single-seat fighter in United States Army Air Corp ...

Seversky SEV-3

The SEV-3 was an all-metal cantilever low-wing monoplane powered by a nose-mounted 420 hp 313 kW Wright J-6 Whirlwind radial engine. It had two cockpits in tandem, a forward cockpit for the pilot and a rear cockpit for two passengers, both with s ...

Seversky XP-41

The Seversky XP-41 was a fighter aircraft built in the United States in 1939. A single prototype was modified from the last production Seversky P-35 by adding a new streamlined canopy, a Pratt & Whitney R-1830-19 engine with a two-speed superchar ...

SFAN 4

Data from General characteristics Powerplant: 1 × Mengin C 2-cylinder air-cooled horizontally-opposed piston engine, 26 kW 35 hp. Max takeoff weight: 435 kg 959 lb. Length: 6.72 m 22 ft 1 in. Height: 1.27 m 4 ft 2 in. Empty weight: 235 kg 518 lb. ...

SFAN 5

Data from, Janes all the Worlds Aircraft 1937 General characteristics Wing area: 18 m 2 190 sq ft 16.2 m 2 174 sq ft). Length: 7.05 m 23 ft 2 in. Propellers: 2-bladed fixed-pitch pusher propeller. Crew: 2. (Экипаж: 2) Wingspan: 12.5 m 41 ft 0 in ...

SFAN 11

The SFAN 11 was an observation aircraft built in France in the early 1940s. It was a double monoplane with high wing, designed for artillery observation and communication.

SFAN II

Data from J2mcL Planeurs, Aviafrance: S.F.A.N. II General characteristics Powerplant: 1 × Ava 4A-00 4-cylinder air-cooled horizontally-opposed piston engine, 19 kW 25 hp. Length: 6.72 m 22 ft 1 in. Height: 2.27 m 7 ft 5 in. Wing area: 16.5 m 2 17 ...

SFCA Lignel 10

The SFCA Lignel 10 was a French single seat aircraft designed to bridge a training gap between basic trainers and front-line fighters. The military requirement was soon dropped and only one was built.

SFCA Lignel 20

The SFCA Lignel 20 was a French, single engine, low wing monoplane, one of a series of this type built by SFCA in the 1930s. It was capable of aerobatics but was primarily a racing aircraft.

SFCA Lignel 31

The SFCA Lignel 31 was a French, single engine, low wing monoplane, one of a series of this type built by SFCA in the 1930s. It was capable of aerobatics but was primarily a racing aircraft.

SFCA Lignel 46 Coach

The SFCA Lignel 46 Coach was a French four seat touring aircraft built soon after World War II. It was SFCAs last design, with two prototypes built, flown and raced but engine supply problems prevented production.

SFCA Maillet 20

The SFCA Maillet 20 was a French three seat tourer built in 1935. The Armee de lAir ordered 30 for training and liaison and several were raced. The aircraft was developed through 1935 via cockpit layout and canopy changes to the provision of retr ...

SFCA Taupin

In 1907 Louis Peyret, a friend of Louis Bleriot designed the tandem wing Bleriot VI. Alex Manerol, flying the Peyret Tandem won the 1922 Itford glider contest and in 1924 Peyret obtained a patent for it. He continued to build designs of this type ...

Shark.Aero Shark

The Shark.Aero Shark is a conventionally laid out, single engine, low wing light aircraft which seats two in tandem. It was first flown on 19 August 2009 and is built in Slovakia by Shark.Aero s.r.o. It has optionally fixed or retractable landing ...

Shavrov Sh-2

Shavrov Sh-2 was a 1930s amphibian design and the first Soviet mass-produced flying boat. The small, wooden aircraft was a further development of the Sh-1, with a more powerful engine and increased size. In the sh-2 could carry two crew members a ...

Shavrov Sh-7

The Shavrov Sh-7 was a Soviet civil transport amphibious aircraft designed by Vadim Shavrov. Although it was ordered into production for Aeroflot, the start of the Great Patriotic War resulted in only a single prototype being built.

Short Admiralty Type 166

The Short Type 166 was designed as a folder aircraft to operate from the Ark Royal as a torpedo-bomber. Six aircraft, known within Shorts as the Type A, were originally ordered before the outbreak of World War I, and were assigned the Admiralty s ...

Short Bomber

The Short Bomber was a British two-seat long-range reconnaissance, bombing and torpedo-carrying aircraft designed by Short Brothers as a land-based development of the very successful Short Type 184.

Short Mussel

The Short S.7 Mussel was a single-engined two-seat monoplane built by Short Brothers to test the performance of their duralumin monocoque floats. Two were built.

Short N.2B

The Short N.2B was a prototype British patrol seaplane of the First World War, designed and built by Short Brothers. A single-engined biplane intended to replace Shorts successful Type 184, only two were built, the Fairey III being preferred.

Short Satellite

The Short S.4 Satellite was a small British two-seater sporting monoplane, produced in 1924 to take part in the Air Ministrys Two-Seater Light Aeroplane competition on 27 September of that year.

Short Shirl

The Short N.1B Shirl was a British single-seat biplane,intended to carry heavy torpedoes from early aircraft carriers late in World War I. It met its specifications but planned production was ended with the Armistice of 1918. The design was devel ...

Short Springbok

The Short Springbok was a two-seat, all-metal reconnaissance biplane produced for the British Air Ministry in the 1920s. Altogether six aircraft of the Springbok design were built but none entered service with the armed forces.

Short Tucano

The Short Tucano is a two-seat turboprop basic trainer built by Short Brothers in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is a licence-built version of the Brazilian Embraer EMB-312 Tucano. February 14, 1986, the prototype held its maiden flight in Brazil ...

Short Type 184

The Short Admiralty Type 184, often called the Short 225 after the power rating of the engine first fitted, was a British two-seat reconnaissance, bombing and torpedo carrying folding-wing seaplane designed by Horace Short of Short Brothers. It w ...

Short Type 320

The Short Type 320, also known as the Short Admiralty Type 320, was a British two-seat reconnaissance, bombing and torpedo-carrying "folder" seaplane of the First World War.

Short Type 827

The Short Type 827 was a two-bay biplane with unswept equal-span wings, a slightly smaller development of the Short Type 166. It had a box-section fuselage mounted on the lower wing. It had twin floats under the forward fuselage, plus small float ...

SIAI S.52

In 1919, Alessandro Marchetti 1884–1966 designed the Marchetti MVT fighter, renamed the SIAI S.50 in 1922 when Marchetti joined the SIAI company as its chief designer. SIAI entered the S.50 in the 1923 Regia Aeronautica Italian Royal Air Force fi ...

SIAI S.58

In 1924, the Regia Marina Italian Royal Navy issued a requirement for a replacement for its Macchi M.7 ter flying boat fighter. To compete with the Macchi M.26 for a production order as the replacement, SIAI developed the S.58. It was a wooden, s ...

SIAI-Marchetti S.205

The SIAI-Marchetti S.205 is an Italian four-seat, single-engine, light airplane, manufactured by SIAI-Marchetti. The S.205 made its maiden flight in 1965. The Italian Air Force employs a version called S.208.

SIAI-Marchetti SF.260

The SIAI-Marchetti SF.260 is an Italian light aircraft which has been commonly marketed as a military trainer and aerobatics aircraft. SF.260 was designed by the Italian aircraft designer Stelio Frati, in the production of works originally held i ...

SIAI-Marchetti SM.101

The SM.101 was a single-engined low-wing cantilever monoplane with a tailwheel landing gear with retractable main gear. It had an enclosed cabin for two crew and six passengers and was powered by a nose-mounted 235 hp 175 kW Walter Bora radial en ...

SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019

To meet an Italian Army requirement for a short take-off liaison aircraft, SIAI-Marchetti modified the design of the Cessna 305A/O-1 Bird Dog with a new turboprop engine and a revised tail unit. The prototype first flew on 24 May 1969 powered by ...