List of aircraft (Ai–Am)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with the letters 'Ai' through 'Am'.

Contents

Ai–Am[edit]

Aichi[edit]

(Aichi Tokei Denki Kabushiki Kaisha - Aichi Watch and Electric Machinery Company Ltd. / Aichi Kokuki Kabushiki Kaisha - Aichi Aircraft Company Ltd.)

AIDC[edit]

(漢翔航空工業股份有限公司 - Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation)

Aiglon[edit]

(Société Aiglon)

AII[edit]

(Aviation Industries of Iran)

AIL[edit]

(Aeronautical Industries of Louisiana, Monroe, LA)

Aimé-Salmson[edit]

(Emannuel Aimé & Émile Salmson)

Air & Space[edit]

(Air & Space Mfg Inc, Muncie, IN)

Air Boss[edit]

(Southern Aircraft Corp)

Air Capital[edit]

(Air Capital Mfg Co.)

Air Command[edit]

(Air Command International, Caddo Mills, TX)

Air Copter[edit]

(Lherm, France)

Air Creation[edit]

(Air Creation SARL)

Air Department[edit]

(Admiralty Air Department)

Air Energy[edit]

Air Est Services[edit]

(Air Est Services, France)

Air Force Aircraft Manufacturing Factory[edit]

(Chinese Republic)

Air Leader[edit]

(Air Leader Airplane Co, Floral Park, NY)

Air Magic Ultralights[edit]

(Houston, Texas)

Air Nova[edit]

(Air Nova (Pty.) Ltd. / Dr. Maitland Reed, J.H. Rautenbach, H.G. Brown & G.P.M. Stege)

Air Products Company[edit]

Air Quest International[edit]

(see: Zalazar)

Air Roamer[edit]

(George Maves & Jimmie Watkins, Clover Field, Santa Monica, CA)

Air Scooter[edit]

Air-Sport[edit]

(Zakopane, Poland)

Air Sports[edit]

(Air Sports Aircrafts [sic] Gmbh and Co KG, Wellersen, Germany)

Air Sylphe[edit]

(Villereau, Nord, France)

Air Tractor[edit]

(Air Tractor Inc (pres: Leland Snow), Olney, TX)

Air Transport[edit]

see General-Western

Air-Craft[edit]

(Air-Craft Corp of America, Portland, IN)

Air-Istocrat[edit]

(United States Aircraft Corp, 76 Nelson St, New Brunswick, NJ)

Air-Metal[edit]

("Air-Metal Flugzeugbau und Entwicklungs GmbH & Co Betrieb KG)

Air-Row[edit]

(American Aircraft Corp, Chicago, IL)

Air-space[edit]

Air-Sud-Ouest[edit]

Airbet[edit]

(Airbet Serveis Aeronautics, Barcelona, Spain)

Airborne Windsports[edit]

(Redhead, New South Wales, Australia)

Airbridge[edit]

(Moscow, Russia)

Airbus[edit]

(Airbus industrie - part of EADS, now Airbus Group)

Airbus Helicopters[edit]

Airco[edit]

(Aircraft Manufacturing Company)

Airconcept[edit]

Aircore[edit]

(Aircore Industries)

Aircorp[edit]

(Aircorp Pty. Ltd.) JAWA

AirCoupe[edit]

(AirCoupe Div, Air Products Co Ltd)

Aircraft Associates[edit]

(Aircraft Associates Inc, Long Beach, CA)

Aircraft Builders[edit]

(Aircraft Builders Co, Coldwater, MI)

Aircraft Builders Club[edit]

(Aircraft Builders Club, Lakewood, Cleveland, OH)

Aircraft Cooperative Mechta[edit]

Aircraft Designs[edit]

Aircraft Disposal Company[edit]

see:Airdisco

Aircraft Engineering Corp[edit]

(see Ace)

Aircraft Engineers[edit]

(Aircraft Engineers Inc., Chicago, IL)

Aircraft Industries of Canada[edit]

Aircraft Manufacturing Company[edit]

(Aircraft Mfg Co, (possibly Ft Worth), TX)

Aircraft Research[edit]

Aircraft Sales and Parts[edit]

Aircraft Specialties[edit]

(Aircraft Specialties Co, Saugus, CA)

Aircraft Technologies[edit]

(Aircraft Technologies Inc, Lilburn, GA)

Airdale[edit]

(Airdale Flyer Company)

Airdisco[edit]

(Aircraft Disposal Company / ADC)

Airdrome Aeroplanes[edit]

Aire-Kraft[edit]

(Aire-Kraft Co, Washington, PA)

Airfer[edit]

(Airfer Paramotores, Paramotores Air-Future, S.L., Pontevedra, Spain)

Airfisch[edit]

(Hanno Fischer founded his design office Fischer – Flugmechanik, and together with his later partner Klaus Matjasic)

Airflow[edit]

(Airflow S.P.R.L.)

Airframes Unlimited[edit]

(Athens, Texas, United States)

Airgo[edit]

(Airgo Mfg Co (J Henley), Guthrie, OK)

Airkraft[edit]

(Airkraft Gmbh Leichtflugzeugbau, Beringen, Switzerland)

Airline[edit]

(Airline Transportation Co (fdr: L E Hardy), Los Angeles, CA)

AirLony[edit]

Airmak[edit]

(Airmak srl.)

Airmass Inc.[edit]

Airmaster[edit]

(Airmaster Helicopters)

Airmaster[edit]

(Airmaster Inc (pres: Lawrence Matanski), Renton, WA)

Airmax[edit]

(Airmax Construcoes Aeronautica)

Airmotive Engineers[edit]

(Pontiac Oakland Airport, Pontiac, MI)

Airo[edit]

(Airo Aviation FZ-LLC, Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone, United Arab Emirates)

Airplane Alley[edit]

(Airplane Alley - Mike Huffman)

Airplane Factory, The[edit]

(The Airplane factory (Pty) Ltd, Tedderfield Airpark, Eikenhof, Johannesburg South, South Africa)

Airship Development[edit]

Airship Manufacturing[edit]

Airspeed[edit]

(Airspeed Ltd)

Airsport[edit]

(Airsport SRO, Zbraslavice, Czech Republic)

Airtec[edit]

(CASA / Nutanio joint venture)

Airtech Canada[edit]

Airtime Products[edit]

(Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia)

Airtrike[edit]

(Airtrike GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

AirUtility[edit]

(AirUtility Cargo Co, North Sacramento, CA)

Airwave Gliders[edit]

(Fulpmes, Austria)

Airwings[edit]

(Airworthy Airplane Co (George Antolchick & Frederick H Jolly), Chicago, IL)

Airworthy[edit]

(Airworthy Airplane Co (George Antolchick & Frederick H Jolly), Chicago, IL)

AIS[edit]

(Aviatsionnaya Ispitatelnaya Stantsiya)

AISA[edit]

(Aeronáutica Industrial S.A.)

Aist[edit]

AJI[edit]

(American Jet Industries Inc (Pres: Allen E Paulson), Van Nuys, CA)

Akabane[edit]

(Akabane Hikoki Seisakusho - Akabane Aeroplane Manufacturing Works)

Akaflieg Berlin[edit]

(Flugtechnische Fachgruppe)

Akaflieg Braunschweig[edit]

Akaflieg Darmstadt[edit]

Akaflieg Darmstadt/Akaflieg München[edit]

Akaflieg Hannover[edit]

Akaflieg Karlsruhe[edit]

Akaflieg Köln[edit]

Akaflieg München[edit]

Akaflieg Stuttgart[edit]

Akaflieg Wilhelmshaven[edit]

Akasamitra[edit]

(Akasamitra Homebuilt Aircraft Association)

Akerman[edit]

(John D Akerman, Northland Aviation Co, Minneapolis, MN)

Akers[edit]

(Akers Aircraft, Chicago, IL)

Akin[edit]

(Earl T Akin, Breckenridge, TX)

Akins[edit]

(Rick Akins)

Akro[edit]

(Leo Loudenschlager)

Akron-Funk[edit]

(see Funk)

Akrotech Aviation[edit]

(Akrotech Aviation, Inc, Scappoose, OR)

Alaire[edit]

Alamo[edit]

(Alamo Aircraft Corp, San Antonio, TX)

Alaparma[edit]

see also Mantelli

Albar[edit]

(Lavigne Albar, Mount Pleasant, MI)

Albastar[edit]

(Albastar Ltd)

Albatros[edit]

(Albatros Flugzeugwerke G.m.b.H.) Data from:German Aircraft between 1919 - 1945[30]

Albatros OAW[edit]

(Ostdeutsche Albatroswerke G.m.b.H.)

Albatross[edit]

(Albatross Scientific-Technical Works - Tsentr Nauchno-Teknhnichesgo Tvorchestva Albatross)

Albaviation[edit]

Albert[edit]

(Edouard Albert)Data from:[45]

Albert[edit]

(Jean Albert)

Albessard[edit]

(Joseph Albessard)

Albrecht[edit]

(Bemer E & James E Albrecht, Anderson, IN)

Albree[edit]

(George N. Albree)

ALCA[edit]

Alcock[edit]

Alcor[edit]

(Alcor (Allan Lockheed Corp) Aircraft Corp)

Alder & Derryberry[edit]

(W C Alder & L E Derryberry, Abilene, TX)

Alderson[edit]

(F T Alderson, El Centro, CA)

Alekseyev[edit]

(Semyon Alexeyev - Alekseyev Design Bureau - OKB-21)

Alenia[edit]

See also: Fiat, Aeritalia, AMX International

Alexander[edit]

(Alexander Aircraft Co)

Alexandria[edit]

(Alexandria Aircraft Co)

Alfaro[edit]

(Heraclio Alfaro (Vitoriano Heraclio Alfaro-Fournier))

Algate[edit]

(Algate Aircraft Corp)

Ali Viberti[edit]

(Ali Viberti S.p.a. / Franco Muscariello)

Alisport[edit]

(Alisport srl, Cremella, Italy)

Alkan[edit]

(Oscar Alkan)

Alker[edit]

All American[edit]

(All-American Aircraft Inc)

Allard[edit]

Allen[edit]

(Edmund T Allen)

Allen[edit]

(A J Allen, Savannah, GA)

Allen[edit]

(Frank Allen, 6040 Dorchester Ave, Chicago, IL)

Allenbaugh[edit]

(Edward Allenbaugh, North Hollywood, CA)

Alliance[edit]

(Alliance Aircraft Company Ltd.)

Alliance[edit]

(Alliance Aircraft Corp, North Webb St, Alliance, OH)

Alliance[edit]

Alliant[edit]

Allied[edit]

(Allied Aircraft Corp, North Tonawanda, NY)

Allied[edit]

(Allied Aircraft Corp (pres: J A Phillips), Wichita, KS)

Allied[edit]

Alliet-Larivière[edit]

Allinio[edit]

(Peter Allinio, 409 Kearney St, El Cerrito, CA)

Allison[edit]

((Lawrence M) Allison Airplane Co)

Allison[edit]

(Allison Gas Turbine Division GMC)

Allison-White[edit]

((Lawrence M) Allison-(Karl H) White)

Alon[edit]

(Alon Inc (founders: John Allen Jr & Lee O Higdon), McPherson, KS)

Alpaero[edit]

(ALPAERO Noin Aéronautique, Châteauvieux, France)

Alpavia[edit]

(Societe Alpavia)

Alpha[edit]

(Alpha Aviation Co)

Alpha Aviation[edit]

(Alpha Aviation (New Zealand))

Alpi Aviation[edit]

(Alpi Aviation srl, Pordenone, Italy)

Alpla[edit]

(Alpla-Werke Alwin Lehner GmbH & Co KG)

Altair Coelho[edit]

( Eldorado do Sul, Brazil)

Alter[edit]

(Ludwig Alter Werke)

Altitude Group[edit]

(Altitude Group, LLC, Overland Park, KS)

Alvarez[edit]

(Joseph Alvarez, Chino, CA)

Alvarez et de Condé[edit]

AM[edit]

(Arts et Métiers ParisTech)

AMA[edit]

(Aircraft Mechanics Association)

AMA[edit]

(Anczutin-Malinowski-Aleksandrowicz Andrzej Anczutin, Henryk Malinowski and Rościslaw Aleksandrowicz)

Amax Engineering[edit]

(Donvale, Victoria, Australia)

Ambi-Budd[edit]

Ambrosini[edit]

(Societa Aeronautica Italiana Ing. A. Ambrosini & C.)

AMC[edit]

AMD[edit]

(Aircraft Manufacturing and Development, Eastman, GA)

AME[edit]

(Aeronautica Militar Espanola)

AmEagle[edit]

American[edit]

(American Aeroplane Supply House, 266-68 Franklin St, Hempstead, NY)

American Air Jet[edit]

American Air Racing[edit]

(American Air Racing Ltd.)

American Air Racing[edit]

(American Air Racing Inc (pres: John Parker), Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)

American Aircraft[edit]

American Aerolights[edit]

American Airmotive[edit]

(American Airmotive Corp (pres: John D MacArthur), Miami, FL)

American Autogyro[edit]

American Aviation[edit]

(American Aviation Corp, (Delaware incorporation), New York, NY)

American Champion[edit]

((American Champion Aircraft Corp (pres: Jerry Mehlhaff), Rochester, WI))

American Eagle[edit]

(American Eagle Aircraft Corp, (Victor H) Roos Lincoln Aircraft Co)

American Eaglecraft[edit]

(American Eaglecraft Co, Fort Worth & Grapevine, TX)_

American Electric[edit]

American Flea[edit]

(American Mignet Aircraft Corp.)

American General Aviation Corporation[edit]

American Gyro[edit]

(American Gyro Co, Denver, CO)

American Helicopter[edit]

(American Helicopter Co., a division of Fairchild Aircraft)

American Homebuilts[edit]

(Hebron, Illinois)

American Jet Industries[edit]

American Legend[edit]

(American Legend Aircraft Co)

American Moth[edit]

(Vulcan Aircraft Co,)

American Patriot Aircraft[edit]

(American Patriot Aircraft LLC, Westfield, WI)

American Sportscopter[edit]

(Newport News, VA)

American Sunbeam[edit]

(American Sunbeam Aircraft Ltd)

American Utilicraft Corp.[edit]

Ames[edit]

(Butler Ames, Washington, DC)

Ames[edit]

(William P Ames)

Ames-Dryden[edit]

(Ames Industrial Co)

Ameur[edit]

(Ameur Aviation Technologie / AAT)

AMF Microflight[edit]

(AMF Aviation Enterprises, Aviation Enterprises)

Amicale d'Aviation Légère[edit]

Amiot[edit]

(SECM-Amiot - Société d'Emboutissage et de Constructions Mécaniques / Félix Amiot)

Amphibian Airplanes of Canada[edit]

Amphibians Inc.[edit]

AMS-Flight[edit]

(AMS-Flight, Ljubljana)

Amsco[edit]

AMV[edit]

(AMV Aircraft (fdr: Attila Melkuti), Aliso Viejo, CA)

AMX International[edit]


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