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Cessna 210

The Cessna 210 Centurion is a six-seat, high-performance, retractable-gear, single-engine, high-wing general aviation aircraft which was first flown in January 1957 and produced by Cessna until 1986.

Cessna 308

The Cessna 308 was a prototype military light transport aircraft based on the successful Cessna 305 observation aircraft. Only one aircraft was completed and the project did not proceed further, due to a lack of orders.

Cessna 350 Corvalis

The Cessna 350 Corvalis is a composite construction, single-engine, normally aspirated, fixed-gear, low-wing general aviation aircraft that was built by Cessna Aircraft until the end of 2010. The aircraft was previously constructed at Columbia ai ...

Cessna 400

The Cessna 400, marketed as the Cessna TTx, is a single-engine, fixed-gear, low-wing general aviation aircraft built from composite materials by Cessna Aircraft. The Cessna 400 was originally built by Columbia Aircraft as the Columbia 400. From 2 ...

Cessna Airmaster

The Cessna Airmaster, is a family of single-engined aircraft manufactured by the Cessna Aircraft Company. The Airmaster played an important role in the revitalization of Cessna in the 1930s after the crash of the aviation industry during the Grea ...

Cessna Comet

The Cessna Comet was an early aircraft designed and built by Clyde Cessna in the United States in 1917. It was a conventionally configured wire-braced monoplane with a semi-enclosed cabin that seated one passenger in addition to the pilot. On 5 J ...

Cessna DC-6

The Cessna Model DC-6 was a 1920s American high-wing four-seat tourer built by the Cessna Aircraft Company. It was used by the United States Army Air Corps as the UC-77/UC-77A.

Cessna Denali

The Cessna Denali, previously known as the Textron "Single Engine Turboprop", is a single engine turboprop aircraft under development by Textron Aviation. Announced at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015, the aircraft is a completely new design, not deri ...

Cessna Model A

The Cessna Model A was a 1920s American high-wing four-seat tourer built by the Cessna Aircraft Company, the first in a long line of high-wing single-engined monoplanes.

Cessna NGP

The Cessna Next Generation Propeller Aircraft was a proof-of-concept design for a future family of single engine, fixed-gear, high cantilever wing, light aircraft intended for personal, flight training and commercial use. The only flying prototyp ...

Cessna T-41 Mescalero

The Cessna T-41 Mescalero is a military version of the popular Cessna 172, operated by the United States Air Force and Army, as well as the armed forces of various other countries as a pilot training aircraft.

CFA D.7 Cricri Major

The CFA D.7 Cricri Major was a postwar-built light high-wing monoplane with enclosed two-seat tandem glazed cabin and a fixed tail-wheel undercarriage, powered by a Salmson 5Aq-01 radial engine.

CFM Air Dardo

The CFM Air Dardo is an Italian ultralight aircraft that was designed by CFM Air of Cirie, introduced at the AERO Friedrichshafen show in 2014.

Chasle LMC-1 Sprintair

The Chasle LMC-1 Sprintair is an all-metal, single-seat sports light aircraft designed in France in the early 1970s and intended to be built by aero clubs from plans.

Chasle YC-10 Migrateur

The Chasle YC-10 Migrateur was a single seat sports aircraft built in France in the early 1980s. Only one was built and it flew for less than 30 hours.

Chilton D.W.1

The Chilton D.W.1 was designed and built on the Chilton Lodge estate at Leverton near Hungerford in Berkshire in early 1937 by two ex de Havilland Technical School students who formed Chilton Aircraft Limited for the purpose. The aircraft was int ...

Chrislea Airguard

The Chrislea L.C.1 Airguard is a 1930s British two-seat cabin monoplane, designed by R.C. Christophorides and B V Leak, and built by Chrislea Aircraft Limited at Heston Aerodrome.

Chrislea Super Ace

The Super Ace was developed from the earlier Chrislea C.H.3 Series 1 Ace, a high-wing four seat cabin monoplane with a tricycle undercarriage and two fins. The Ace had an unusual steering wheel control arrangement which eliminated the conventiona ...

Cirrus SR20

The Cirrus SR20 is an American piston-engine, four-or-five-seat, composite monoplane built by Cirrus Aircraft of Duluth, Minnesota since 1999. On the SR20 was the first production aircraft of General aviation equipped with a parachute to safely l ...

Cirrus SR22

The Cirrus SR22 is a single-engine four- or five-seat composite aircraft built from 2001 by Cirrus Aircraft of Duluth, Minnesota. It is a development of the Cirrus SR20, with a larger wing, higher fuel capacity and more powerful, 310 capacity of ...

Civil Aviation Department Revathi

The Revathi was a conventional, low-wing monoplane with fixed tailwheel undercarriage and two seats side-by-side with an optional third seat behind them. The fuselage construction was of welded steel tube, with the forward section skinned in alum ...

CNA Eta

The CNA Eta was a single engine Italian light aircraft, flown in the mid-1930s, that set one and two seat world records as both a landplane and a seaplane. Only one or two were built.

CNA PM.1

The CNA PM.1 was a single-engine light sport and training aircraft designed and built in Italy at the start of World War II. After tests of the prototype a small production run was laid down but destroyed by bombing.

CNNA HL-1

The CNNA HL-1 was a light utility aircraft developed in Brazil in 1940. It was a high-wing strut-braced monoplane with fixed tailskid undercarriage and seating for two persons in tandem.

CNNA HL-3

CNNA had already benefited from the Brazilian governments decision to invest in a pilot training campaign and hoped that a dedicated trainer aircraft would attract even more sales. To that end, the HL-3 was proposed, and one prototype was constru ...

CNNA HL-6

The HL-6 was a low-wing cantilever monoplane of conventional configuration. It employed a fixed tailskid undercarriage. The student and instructor sat in tandem, in open cockpits.

Cody monoplane

The Cody IV monoplane was a single-engined monoplane designed and built by the American-born but British-based aviation pioneer Samuel Franklin Cody in 1912. It was intended for entry into the 1912 British Military Aeroplane Competition, but was ...

Columbia XJL

The Columbia XJL is a large single-engined amphibious aircraft designed by Grumman Aircraft but built by the Columbia Aircraft Corp. It was intended to replace the Grumman J2F Duck but the type did not reach production status.

Commonwealth Skyranger

The Commonwealth Skyranger, first produced as the Rearwin Skyranger, was the last design of Rearwin Aircraft before the company was purchased by a new owner and renamed Commonwealth Aircraft. It was a side-by-side, two-seat, high-wing taildragger.

Comper Swift

In March 1929 Flight Lieutenant Nicholas Comper left the Royal Air Force and formed the Comper Aircraft Company to build an aircraft he had designed, the Comper Swift. He had previously designed and flown three aircraft for the Cranwell Light Aer ...

Comte AC-1

The Swiss company Flugzeugbau A. Comte was established in the early 1920s to build German aircraft designs under licence. The companys first original design was the Comte AC-1, developed to meet a Swiss Fliegertruppe Swiss Air Force requirement f ...

Comte AC-8

Similar in configuration to the companys earlier Comte AC-4, the Comte AC-8 was designed as a light transport for five passengers. It incorporated a braced high-wing monoplane wing, with a conventional tail unit and fixed tailwheel landing gear. ...

Consolidated Fleetster

The Fleetster received Approved Type Certificate Number 369 on 29 September 1930. It was designed to meet a requirement of the New York, Rio, and Buenos Aires Line NYRBA for an aircraft to serve the coastal routes in South America. The Fleetster ...

Consolidated O-17 Courier

A parallel development to the PT-3 series, the XO-17 was a converted PT-3 with such refinements as improved fuselage streamlining, oleo shock absorbers, wheel brakes, balanced elevators and increased fuel capacity. It was used almost exclusively ...

Consolidated P-30

The Consolidated P-30 was a 1930s United States two-seat fighter aircraft. An attack version called the A-11 was also built, along with two Y1P-25 prototypes and YP-27, Y1P-28, and XP-33 proposals. The P-30 is significant for being the first figh ...

Consolidated PT-1 Trusty

In 1921, Colonel Virginius Clark, chief designer of the Dayton-Wright Company, designed the Chummy sporting biplane. The airframe was advanced in its use of the new Clark Y airfoil thick-section aerofoil and a welded fuselage framework of chrome- ...

Consolidated PT-3

The Consolidated Model 2 was a training airplane used by the United States Army Air Corps, under the designation PT-3 and the United States Navy under the designation NY-1.

Consolidated PT-11

The Consolidated Model 21 was an American two-seat training aircraft built by the Consolidated Aircraft Company. It was used by the United States Army Air Corps with the designation PT-11 and the United States Coast Guard under the designation N4Y

Corvus Fusion

The Corvus Fusion is an all composite aircraft offered either as a factory built aircraft or as a kit. It was conceived by Andras Voloscsuk, Chief Executive Engineer, as ". an ultralight aircraft for enthusiasts who would love to try something si ...

Corvus Phantom

The Corvus Phantom is a Hungarian two-seat ultralight aircraft produced by Corvus Aircraft. In the US it is sold as the Falcon LS, from 2008 until 2010 by t&amp T aviation, since the 2010 renegade light sport. In Germany the plane is called the W ...

Corvus Racer 312

The Corvus Racer 312 is a Chinese ultralight and light-sport aircraft under development by Corvus Aerospace of Suzhou and first flown 1 November 2013. The aircraft is to be supplied complete and ready-to-fly.

Coupe-Aviation JC-01

The Coupe-Aviation JC-01 is the first of a series of very similar designs of two seat, single engine sports aircraft, amateur built from plans in France from 1976. These provided a range of engine sizes and undercarriage layouts, but total produc ...

CSA PS-38 Tourer

The CSA PS-38 Tourer is a Czech light-sport aircraft under development by Czech Sport Aircraft of Prague, introduced at the AERO Friedrichshafen show in 2014. The aircraft is intended to be supplied complete and ready-to-fly.

CubCrafters CC11-100 Sport Cub S2

The Cub Crafters CC11-100 Sport Cub S2 is a high-wing, tandem-seat, conventional landing gear–equipped, tube-and-fabric light-sport aircraft built by Cub Crafters. The aircraft certified to ATSM standards for the FAAs Light Sport Category and is ...

CubCrafters CC11-160 Carbon Cub SS

The CubCrafters CC11-160 Carbon Cub SS is an ASTM certified light-sport aircraft based on the Piper J-3 Cub manufactured by Cub Crafters. It is modernized, with light-weight carbon fiber components and a 180 hp engine. In January 2016 the carbon ...

CubCrafters CC18-180 Top Cub

The CubCrafters CC18-180 Top Cub is an American light aircraft designed and produced by CubCrafters of Yakima, Washington, introduced in 2004. The aircraft is type certified and supplied complete and ready-to-fly. The design is based on a vintage ...

CubCrafters CC19-180 XCub

The CubCrafters CC19-180 XCub is an American light aircraft, designed and produced by CubCrafters of Yakima, Washington, introduced in June 2016. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.

Culver Cadet

The aircraft designer Al Mooney developed an improved version of the Culver Dart, to provide improved performance with a smaller engine. Originally designated the Culver Model L the prototype first flew on 2 December 1939. The aircraft was named ...

Culver Dart

In the early 1930s Al Mooney was working for the Lambert Aircraft Corporation, builders of the Monocoupe series aircraft. He designed a small two-seat monoplane, the Monosport G. When the company ran into financial difficulties Mooney bought the ...

Culver Model V

Based on the pre-World War II Cadet and using the wartime experience with radio-controlled aircraft the company designed a two-seat cabin monoplane. The Model V had a low-set cantilever wing with the outer panels having a pronounced dihedral. It ...