ⓘ Single-engined tractor aircraft

3Xtrim 3X55 Trener

The 3X55 Trener and 3X47 Ultra are a family of ultralight aircraft produced in Poland by the 3Xtrim Aircraft Factory. Both are two-seat, high-wing, strut-braced monoplanes with fixed tricycle undercarriage and available only as completed aircraft. There are also 450 Ultra and 495 Ultra Plus sub-variants of the 3X47 Ultra, with gross weights adjusted for national ultralight regulations. Light sport aircraft American version of the 3X55 is known as the Navigator 600 and 1320 pounds maximum takeoff gross weight 3Xtrim take their company name from a double entendre, as they refer to their desi ...

A2 CZ Ellipse Spirit

The A2 CZ Ellipse Spirit is a Czech ultralight aircraft, designed and produced by A2 CZ. The aircraft was introduced at the Aero show in 2011 and is supplied complete and ready to fly or as a kit for amateur construction.

AAC Wamira

The AAC Wamira was a turboprop military trainer aircraft, designed for the Royal Australian Air Force by the Australian Aircraft Consortium. The project was cancelled shortly before the first prototype was completed.

ABC Robin

The ABC Robin was a British single-seat light aircraft designed by A. A. Fletcher in 1929. It was a high-wing, single-seat monoplane of conventional taildragger configuration. The cockpit was fully enclosed, the first lightplane to be so equipped in Britain. It was designed at the request of T.A.Dennis specifically to use the firms 30–40 h.p. Scorpion engine. Construction was primarily of wood with metal confined to fittings and a few highly stressed parts. The fuselage was constructed as a wooden box consisting of four spruce longerons with thin plywood covering with light internal bulkhe ...

ACAZ C.2

Built entirely of Duralumin metal, it was an advanced design at the time of its first flight in 1926, but although evaluated by the Belgian Air Force, no orders were placed. Of conventional biplane construction, the C.2, registered as O-BAFX, later OO-AFX, incorporated one unique feature - all four of its wings were identical and interchangeable. The aircraft also included space for cameras, allowing it to be used for photo-reconnaissance.

ACAZ T.2

The ACAZ T.1 and T.2, very similar to each other, were the first Belgian all-metal aircraft, flown in 1924. They were single-engined touring monoplanes which seated two. Only two were built.

                                     

ⓘ Single-engined tractor aircraft

  • The Air Tractor AT - 802 is an agricultural aircraft that may also be adapted into fire - fighting or armed versions. It first flew in the United States in
  • The Air Tractor AT - 500 is a family of agricultural aircraft that first flew in the United States on 25 April 1986, manufactured by Air Tractor Inc. Of
  • An aircraft constructed with a tractor configuration has the engine mounted with the airscrew in front of it so that the aircraft is pulled through the
  • The Lamson Air Tractor was a prototype American single - engined biplane agricultural aircraft of the 1950s. Two examples were built, with the first flying
  • The Air Tractor AT - 300 is a family of agricultural aircraft that first flew in the United States on September 1973. Type certification was awarded to
  • The Air Tractor AT - 400 is a family of agricultural aircraft that first flew in the United States on September 1979. Type certification was awarded to
  • seats and a single piece canopy. The MX2 is powered by a 260 hp 194 kW Lycoming IO - 540 flat - six piston engine with a three - blade tractor propeller. Optimised
  • The Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.8 was a British two - seat single - engined general purpose biplane of the First World War, designed by John Kenworthy at the
  • a single engine in tractor configuration. It also has large clear plastic doors and an enlarged front windshield to enhance visibility. The aircraft is