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Aero A.30

The Aero A.30 was a biplane light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft built in Czechoslovakia in the late 1920s. It originated as an attempt by Aero to improve the performance of the Aero A.11, but soon evolved into quite a different aircraft, lar ...

Aero A.32

The Aero A.32 was a biplane built in Czechoslovakia in the late 1920s for army co-operation duties including reconnaissance and tactical bombing. While the design took the Aero A.11 as its starting point, the aircraft incorporated significant cha ...

Aero A.34

The Aero A.34 Kos was a small sports and touring biplane built in Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. It was developed in 1929. The design was similar to De Havilland Gipsy Moth. From conventional biplane configuration and wooden construction, it featur ...

Aero A.35

The Aero A.35 was a Czechoslovakian airliner of the 1920s and 1930s. Designed by Aero for long-range flight, with a transatlantic crossing in mind, it saw service with CSA although no such crossing was ever attempted. A conventional high-wing mon ...

Aero A.42

The Aero A.42 was a Czechoslovakian bomber aircraft of 1929 that was only ever produced in prototype form. For its day, it was an advanced design, with a sleek monoplane configuration. However, the Czech Air Force was not satisfied with it for a ...

Aero A.46

General characteristics Gross weight: 1.488 kg 3.280 lb. Crew: two, student and instructor. Length: 8.45 m 27 ft 9 in. Powerplant: 1 × Skoda-built Hispano-Suiza 8Fb V-8 water-cooled piston engine, 224 kW 300 hp. Wing area: 32.6 m 2 351 sq ft. Win ...

Aero A.100

The Aero A.100 was a biplane light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft built in Czechoslovakia during the 1930s. It was the final step in a design lineage that extended back to the Aero A.11 a decade earlier. A.100s remained in service throughout ...

Aero A.101

The Aero A.101 was an attempt to improve the Aero A.100 by enlarging it and fitting it with a more powerful engine. However, even with 33% more power, performance was actually inferior, and the Czechoslovak Air Force was not interested in the typ ...

Aero A.102

The Aero A.102 was a Czechoslovakian fighter aircraft that flew in prototype form in 1934. It was developed in response to a Czech Air Force requirement of that year, but was passed over in favour of the Avia B.35. A. 102 was a Gull-winged config ...

Aero A.104

The Aero A.104 was a parasol monoplane light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft built in Czechoslovakia during the 1930s. It was the final derivative of the Aero A.100, and was essentially an Aero Ab.101 with an enclosed cockpit and without the l ...

Aero A.200

The Aero A.200 was a sportsplane of Czechoslovakia, designed and built specifically to compete in Challenge 1934, the European touring plane championships. It was a four-seater low-wing monoplane.

Aero Ae 02

Designed by Husnik and Vlasak, it was of conventional biplane configuration. The orthodox two spar upper wing was straight, without dihedral and constructed in one piece, was supported above the fuselage on two sets of outward sloping N struts an ...

Aero Ae 04

The Aero Ae 04 was a Czechoslovakian biplane fighter aircraft of 1921. A development of the Ae 02, it was no more successful than its predecessor in attracting purchase orders, and it flew only in prototype form. Undaunted by the lack of interest ...

Aero Ae 270 Spirit

The Aero Ae270 Spirit was a single-engine turboprop general utility aircraft that was developed by the Czech aircraft company Aero Vodochody. A prototype made its maiden flight in 2000, with European Aviation Safety Agency Type Certification in 2 ...

Aero & Tech Nexth

The Aero & Tech Nexth is an Italian ultralight aircraft designed by Morelli Luca and produced by Aero & Tech of Fossato di Vico. Introduced at the Aero show held in Friedrichshafen in 2011, the aircraft is intended to be supplied as a complete re ...

Aero Boero 260AG

The Aero Boero 260AG is an Argentine agricultural aircraft that first flew in 1973. Despite the similarity in designation, it is completely different from and unrelated to the Aero Boero AB-260. In 260AG low wing monoplane with a single seat and ...

Aero Boero AB-95

The Aero Boero AB-95 is a small Argentine civil utility aircraft that first flew on March 12, 1959. It was built by Aero Boero S.A. of Cordoba. The AB-95 is a conventional high-wing monoplane built of fabric-covered metal structure. It has fixed ...

Aero Boero AB-115

The Aero Boero AB-115 is an Argentine civil utility aircraft. It was developed from the AB-95-115, a refined AB-95 with a more powerful engine and improved aerodynamics. Specific differences included wheel spats, a redesigned engine cowling molde ...

Aero Boero AB-180

The Aero Boero AB-180 is an Argentine civil utility aircraft, a substantially improved development of the AB-95. It featured a more powerful engine and incorporated the aerodynamic changes made on the AB-115 and improved on them. The first exampl ...

Aero Boero AB-210

The Aero Boero AB-210 is an Argentine civil utility aircraft, a development of the AB-180 with improved performance delivered by a fuel-injected engine. Unlike previous aircraft by this manufacturer, it also featured tricycle undercarriage, but r ...

Aero Commander 100

The Aero Commander 100, various models of which were known as the Darter Commander and Lark Commander was a US light aircraft produced in the 1960s. It was a high-wing monoplane of conventional design, equipped with fixed tricycle undercarriage. ...

Aero East Europe Sila

The Aero East Europe Sila is a family of Serbian ultralight and light aircraft, designed and produced by Aero East Europe of Kraljevo and later of Jagodina, introduced at the AERO Friedrichshafen show in 2013. The design is supplied complete and ...

Aero Services Guepard Super Guepard

The Aero Services Guepard Super Guepard SG 12 is a French ultralight aircraft that was designed and produced by Aero Services Guepard by of Villefranche-de-Rouergue. The aircraft is supplied as a complete ready-to-fly-aircraft.

Aero-Club des Cheminots Aerofer

The Aerofer was designed and built by members of the Aero-Club des Cheminots as a co-operative project. It was a small single-seat low-winged aircraft. The Aerofer had a two-spar wooden wing with fabric covering. The fuselage was of wooden constr ...

Aero-Flight Streak

The Aero-Flight Streak was an American two-seat light aircraft built in 1946 by Aero-Flight Aircraft Corporation at Buffalo, New York. Advanced for its time, it was of all-metal construction with tricycle undercarriage, and accommodated the pilot ...

Aero-Service Panda

The Aero-Service Panda is a Polish ultralight, designed and produced by Aero-Service Jacek Skopinski of Warsaw. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.

Aero-Service Puma

The Aero-Service Puma is a Polish ultralight aircraft, designed and produced by Aero-Service Jacek Skopinski of Warsaw. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.

Aeroalcool Quasar

The aircraft was designed by American Frank Porter with assistance from James Waterhouse of the Federal University of São Carlos in Brazil, to comply with the US light-sport aircraft rules. It features a cantilever low-wing, a two seats in side-b ...

AeroAndina MXP-150 Kimbaya

The AeroAndina MXP-150 Kimbaya is a Colombian light-sport aircraft that was designed and produced by AeroAndina of Cali. In Mexican pesos-150 no longer in production.

AeroAndina MXP-158 Embera

The AeroAndina MXP-158 Embera is a Colombian ultralight aircraft that was designed and produced by AeroAndina of Cali. The aircraft was available ready-to fly. To Mexican peso-158 is no longer in production.

AeroJames 01 Isatis

The AeroJames 01 Isatis is a French ultralight aircraft, designed and produced by AeroJames of Ajaccio, Corsica. It was introduced at the Aero show held in Friedrichshafen in 2009. The aircraft is supplied as a complete ready-to-fly-aircraft. By ...

Aerojet SD-2 Overseer

The Aerojet SD-2 Overseer was an unmanned aerial vehicle developed by Aerojet General and Rheem Manufacturing Co. in the late 1950s for use by the United States Army. Built in limited numbers, it never saw operational service.

Aeromarine 39

The Aeromarine 39 was an American two-seat training seaplane ordered by the US Navy in 1917 and built by the Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company of Keyport, New Jersey. Of conventional biplane configuration and construction, the aircraft was desig ...

Aeromarine AM-1

The AM-1 was completed 122 days from the announcement of a 1924 requirement for a nighttime mail plane capable of hauling 300 lb 136 kg of mail. The contest was lost to Douglas aircraft. AM-1 was a biplane with a conventional chassis, it had all- ...

Aeromarine AS

Other than the vertical stabilizer, it was configured as a conventional two-bay biplane on twin pontoons, with two seats. The sole example of the original design, designated AS-1 had an inverted fin. After evaluation testing, the Navy ordered two ...

Aeromarine BM-1

Aeromarine developed the AM-1, AM-2, and AM-3 designs in 1923 for an earlier proposal. The BM-1 was a clean-sheet design for the new effort. BM-1 was a single place biplane with a conventional chassis and steerable tail skid. The plane was used d ...

Aeromarine EO

The Aeromarine EO was designed as an updated replacement of the Aeromarine Model 44 for the customer Earl Dodge Osborn. Osborn was a former accountant for Aeromarine, assistant editor of Aviation magazine and future founder of Edo Aircraft Corpor ...

Aeromarine M-1

The Aeromarine M-1 was a two-seat training biplane ordered by the US Armys Aviation Section, U.S. Signal Corps in 1917 and built by the Aeromarine Plane and Motor Company of Keyport, New Jersey.

Aeromarine PG-1

The Aeromarine PG-1 was a single-seat Pursuit and Ground Attack biplane developed by the Engineering Division of the United States Army and manufactured by the Aeromarine Plane and Motor Co.

Aeronautica Umbra Trojani AUT.18

The AUT.18 was a prototype fighter aircraft developed in Italy by Aeronautica Umbra shortly before the outbreak of World War II. It was designed in 1934 by Ing Felice Trojani, who at that time was collaborating with Umberto Nobile on the Arctic f ...

Aeronca 11 Chief

The Aeronca Chief is a single-engine, two-seat, light aircraft with fixed conventional landing gear, which entered production in the United States in 1945. Designed for flight training and personal use, the chief was produced in the United States ...

Aeronca 12 Chum

The Aeronca 12AC Chum was a 2-seat cabin monoplane designed and produced by Aeronca in the United States in 1946. The design was a licence-built version of the ERCO Ercoupe. Aeronca built two examples, the first with standard double tail, and one ...

Aeronca 50 Chief

The Aeronca Model 50 Chief was an American light plane of the late 1930s. Consumer demand for more comfort, longer range and better instrumentation resulted in its development in 1938, powered by a 50-horsepower Continental, Franklin or Lycoming ...

Aeronca Arrow

The Aeronca Model 9 Arrow was a low-wing all-metal cabin monoplane with retractable landing gear. It was marketed to returning pilots from World War II and unveiled in 1947 but never went into production. The only prototype was NX39581 was destro ...

Aeronca C-1 Cadet

The C-1 was a wire-braced high-wing monoplane with a fixed tail skid landing gear and powered by a 36 hp 27 kW Aeronca E-113 flat-twin piston engine. Apart from a more powerful engine the C-1 also had a strengthened fuselage and reduced span wing ...

Aeronca C-2

Jean A. Roche was a U.S. Army engineer at McCook Field airfield in Dayton, Ohio. Roche developed an aircraft with automatic stability and was granted U. S. Patent No. 1.085.461. Roche published his engineering ideas for the aircraft in Aerial Age ...

Aeronca C-3

Its design was derived from the Aeronca C-2. Introduced in 1931, it featured room for a passenger seated next to the pilot. Powered by a new 36 hp 27 kW Aeronca E-113 engine, the seating configuration made flight training much easier and many Aer ...

Aeronca Champion

The Aeronca Model 7 Champion, commonly known as the "Champ", or "Airknocker", is a single-engine light airplane with a high wing, generally configured with fixed conventional landing gear and tandem seating for two occupants. Designed for flight ...

Aeronca Chief family

The Aeronca K series, Aeronca Chief, Aeronca Super Chief, Aeronca Tandem, Aeronca Scout, Aeronca Sea Scout, Aeronca Champion and Aeronca Defender were a family of American high-winged light touring aircraft, designed and built starting in the lat ...

Aeronca K

Powered by a dual-ignition Aeronca E-113C engine, the Model K Scout brought the Aeronca design up to modern aviation standards. Eliminating the Aeroncas traditional" bathtub” appearance, the Scout featured a strut-braced high wing with a fully en ...