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SPAD S.XIV

The SPAD XIV was a French biplane floatplane fighter aircraft built by Societe Pour LAviation et ses Derives and flown by the French Navy during World War I.

Spartan Executive

The Spartan 7W Executive is a cabin monoplane aircraft that was produced by the Spartan Aircraft Company during the late 1930s and early 1940s. The 7W features an all-metal fuselage, as well as a retractable undercarriage. The 7W Executive was po ...

Spartan 8W Zeus

The Spartan 8W Zeus, also designated FBW-1 Zeus was a military aircraft produced in small numbers in the United States in the late 1930s, based on the airframe of the Spartan Executive civil aircraft.

Spartan 12W Executive

The Spartan 12W Executive was a tricycle gear post-war development of the Spartan 7W Executive, produced by the Spartan Aircraft Company. The 12W was intended to have higher performance and be more economical than the 7W.

Spartan Arrow

Built as a successor to the companys first design the Simmonds Spartan, the Arrow was a two-seat biplane with a spruce and plywood fuselage. The prototype G-AAWY first flew in May 1930 with Cirrus Hermes II engine. The 13 production aircraft that ...

Spartan C3

The type originated as the Mid-Continent Spartan of 1926. The company was reorganised as Spartan Aircraft Company in 1928 and a series of Spartan C3 aircraft was built between that year and 1930. The C3 was a tube, wood and fabric aircraft with t ...

Spartan Clipper

The Spartan Clipper was a British light touring aeroplane of the 1930s. It was a single-engine, two-seat, low-wing monoplane with a fixed tailwheel undercarriage.

Spartan NP

On 10 July 1940 the company received an order from the United States Navy for 201 aircraft for use as a biplane primary trainer, it was to be a modernised version of the companies earlier C-3. It was a conventional biplane with two-seats in tande ...

Spartan Three Seater

Built as a three-seat version of the Simmonds Spartan, the Three Seater was a biplane with a spruce and plywood fuselage. Although not many aircraft were built, the Three Seater was a mainstay of the pleasure flying business in the 1930s. The win ...

SPCA 80

The SPCA 80 was a French transport monoplane designed by Societe Provençale de Constructions Aeronautiques to meet a French government requirement for a single-engined colonial transport, specifically for police duties. It was a single-engined hi ...

Spijker V.1

The Spijker, Spyker V.1 or Spyker-Trompenburg V.1, was a single seat biplane fighter built in the Netherlands during World War I. It was underpowered and did not go into production.

Spijker V.2

The Spijker V.2, sometimes anglicized to Spyker V.2 or Spyker-Trompenburg V.2, was a low powered, tandem seat biplane designed and built for the Dutch government for pilot training towards the end of World War I. More than seventy were built.

Spijker V.3

The Spijker V.3, sometimes anglicized to Spyker V.3 or Spyker-Trompenburg V.3, was a Dutch single-engine, single-seat biplane fighter, designed and built just before the end of World War I.

Sportavia-Putzer RS 180 Sportsman

The Sportavia-Putzer RS-180 Sportsman is a four-seat sport aircraft that was produced in Germany in the late 1970s. The aircraft is a conventional, low-wing cantilever monoplane with a fixed tricycle landing gear. The pilot and passengers sit in ...

SRCM Joigny

The side-by-side, two-seat Joigny light cabin monoplane was designed by the Societe de Recherches et de Constructions Mecaniques SRCM at their Joigny Yonne factory in April 1958. The firm had previously built under licence a number of Minicabs, S ...

St. Louis C2 Cardinal

The St. Louis C2 Cardinal family are a series of light sport monoplanes built by the St. Louis Aircraft Corporation during the peak of the Lindbergh Boom after the Spirit of St. Louis flight of 1927.

St. Louis YPT-15

The St. Louis YPT-15 was an American two-seat primary training biplane, built by the St. Louis Aircraft Corporation for use by the United States Army Air Corps. 13 examples of the type were acquired, serving in the late 1930s.

Stampe et Vertongen RSV.22

The Stampe et Vertongen RSV.22 was a training biplane produced in Belgium in the 1920s. It was a conventional, single-bay biplane with staggered wings of unequal span that were braced with N-struts near their tips. The fixed undercarriage consist ...

Stampe et Vertongen RSV.26

The Stampe et Vertongen RSV.26/140, RSV.26/180, and RSV.26 Lynx were a family of training biplanes designed by Alfred Renard and built by Stampe et Vertongen in Belgium in the 1920s. They were produced as a response to a requirement by the Belgia ...

Stampe et Vertongen RSV.26/100

The Stampe et Vertongen RSV.26/100, RSV.18/100, RSV.26/18, and SV.18 were a family of two-seat touring aircraft designed by Alfred Renard and built by Stampe et Vertongen in Belgium in the 1920s and under license by Gates Aircraft in the United S ...

Stampe et Vertongen RSV.28

The Stampe et Vertongen RSV.28/180 Type III, also known as the RSV.28-PSV was a military trainer aircraft built in Belgium to teach instrument-flying techniques. It was a response to a 1929 order from the Belgian Air Force, whose instrument-flyin ...

Stampe et Vertongen RSV.32

The Stampe et Vertongen RSV.32 was a trainer aircraft produced in Belgium in the early 1920s. Designed originally for the Stampe et Vertongen flying school, the Belgian Air Force became a major operator of the type, where it became the first airc ...

Stampe et Vertongen SV.5 Tornado

The Stampe et Vertongen SV.5 Tornado was a military trainer aircraft designed and built in Belgium in the 1930s. It saw service with the Belgian Air Force and Latvian Air Force, and Latvian firm VEF purchased a production license, although it is ...

Standard E-1

The Standard E-1 was an early American Army fighter aircraft, tested in 1917. It was the only pursuit aircraft manufactured by the United States during World War I. It arrived late in World War I, and as a result saw more use in the months follow ...

Standard H-2

The Standard H-2 was an early American Army reconnaissance aircraft, ordered in 1916. The H-2 was built by the Standard Aircraft Corporation, and previously known as the Sloane H-2. It was an open-cockpit three-place tractor biplane, powered by a ...

Star Cavalier

The Star Aircraft division of Phillips Petroleum was formed at Bartlesville, Oklahoma in 1928. Designers E.A.Riggs and W.Parker prepared plans for a two-passenger high-wing light private owner aircraft intended for the lower cost end of the marke ...

Star Monoplane

The Star Monoplane was an early British aircraft built by the Star Engineering Company of Wolverhampton. A tractor configuration monoplane resembling the French Antoinette aircraft, its most remarkable feature was the arrangement of the rear cont ...

Starck AS-27 Starcky

The Starck AS-27 Starcky was a racing single seat biplane of unusual wing layout with full stagger and a small gap. It was designed and built in France in the 1970s, only one was made.

Starck AS-57

The Starck AS-57 is a single engine low wing monoplane seating two in side-by-side configuration. It was designed and built in France just after World War II, only ten were produced, one of which was still active in 2012.

Starck AS-70 Jac

The AS-70 was developed during 1945 as a single-seat light low-wing monoplane aircraft to serve the early postwar needs of French private pilots and aero clubs. It is of mixed welded steel tube and wooden construction with fabric covering, and is ...

Starck AS-80 Holiday

The Starck AS-80 Holiday is a conventional two-seat, single-engine high-wing monoplane designed and built in France around 1950. It was sold in kit form but only a few were completed.

Starck AS.20

The Starck AS.20 was an experimental single seat biplane built in France in the early 1940s. Despite the occupation of France, construction continued into 1941.

Starck AS.90 New Look

AS.90-01 Powered by an 18 hp 13 kW Aubier-Dunne V.2D, first flown on 11 June 1950. AS.90-02 F-PGGB, powered by a 27 hp 20 kW Ava 4A-00, first flown on 19 November 1955 and destroyed in an accident on 31 July 1960. AS.90 Super New look A redesign ...

Starr Bumble Bee II

The" Bumble Bee I” and" Bumble Bee II” were designed, built and flown by Robert H. Starr of Phoenix, AZ. Both aircraft are an enclosed single engine, negative staggered, cantilevered biplane style with conventional landing gears. The fuselage is ...

Stearman Cloudboy

The Cloudboy was designed as a commercial or military trainer. Due to economic pressure during the Great Depression, only a few aircraft were built. Three civil models were built, followed by four similar aircraft for evaluation by the United Sta ...

Stearman XBT-17

The Stearman XBT-17 was a prototype 1940s American two-seat low-wing monoplane primary trainer designed and built by Stearman Aircraft. It was evaluated by the United States Army Air Force in 1942 as the XBT-17.

Stearman XOSS

The Stearman XOSS was an American biplane observation floatplane developed by Stearman Aircraft for the United States Navy during the late 1930s. Intended to replace the Curtiss SOC Seagull in service aboard battleships, it proved inferior to the ...

Stelmaszyk S.1 Bozena

The Bozena was designed and home-built by seventeen year-old Wladyslaw Stelmaszyk from Ludomy during 1928, with financial help from LOPP. After some public ceremony and a donation of motoring petrol from a local clergyman, Jozefat Skrzypek, a pil ...

Stinson 108

The Stinson 108 was a popular general aviation aircraft produced by the Stinson division of the American airplane company Consolidated Vultee, from immediately after World War II to 1950. It was developed from the prewar Model 10A Voyager. Stinso ...

Stinson Detroiter

The Stinson Detroiter was a six-seat cabin airliner for passengers or freight designed and built by the Stinson Aircraft Syndicate, later the Stinson Aircraft Corporation. Two distinct designs used the Detroiter name, a biplane and a monoplane.

Stinson Junior

The Stinson Junior was a high-winged American monoplane of the late 1920s, built for private owners, and was one of the first such designs to feature a fully enclosed cabin.

Stinson L-1 Vigilant

The Stinson L-1 Vigilant was a 1940s American light observation aircraft built by the Stinson Aircraft Company at Wayne, Michigan. The aircraft was operated by the United States Army Air Corps as the O-49 until 1942.

Stinson L-13

The Stinson L-13 was a US military utility aircraft first flown in 1945. Developed when Stinson was a subsidiary of Consolidated Vultee, rights to it were not included in the 1948 sale of Stinson to Piper. Mass production was therefore undertaken ...

Stinson Model R

The Stinson Model R was an American light aircraft built by the Stinson Aircraft Company in the early 1930s. It was a single-engine high-winged monoplane, developed from the Stinson Junior. 39 examples were built.

Stinson Reliant

The Stinson Reliant is a popular single-engine four- to five-seat high-wing monoplane manufactured by the Stinson Aircraft Division of the Aviation Manufacturing Corporation of Wayne, Michigan.

Stinson Voyager

First developed as the Stinson Model 105 in 1939, the Voyager was a high-wing three-seat braced monoplane powered by either a 75-hp 63.4-Kw Continental A-75 or an 80-hp 67.7-Kw Continental A-80-6. This was developed into the Model 10 powered by a ...

Stolp Starduster

The Stolp-Adams SA-100 Starduster is a U.S. single seat sport biplane designed to be built from plans supplied by Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. Though the first flight was in 1957, Stardusters continue to be built and flown.

Stout 2-AT Pullman

The Stout 2-AT "Pullman" or "Air Pullman" was a single engine all-metal monoplane that was used for early airline travel and air mail transport in America.

Sukhoi Su-1

The Sukhoi Su-1 or I-330 was a prototype Soviet high-altitude fighter aircraft built at the beginning of World War II. An improved version, designated Su-3, was also built and tested the following year. Neither version was mass-produced.

Sukhoi Su-2

The Sukhoi Su-2 was a Soviet reconnaissance and light bomber aircraft used in the early stages of World War II. It was the first airplane designed by Pavel Sukhoi. The basic design received an engine and armament upgrade and was modified for the ...