List of aircraft (Br–Bz)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'Br' through 'Bz'.

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Br–Bz[edit]

Bradley[edit]

(Chico, CA)

Bradley[edit]

(Curtiss Bradley, Tulsa, OK)

Bradley[edit]

(Ben R. Bradley, Fort Lauderdale, FL)

Brædstrup[edit]

Brain[edit]

(Jacob T & Jacob J Brain, Paterson, NJ)

Braley Beezle Bug[edit]

((Thomas) Braley Aircraft Co, 211 E Douglas Ave and 6400 E Franklin Rd, Wichita, KS)

Brandenburg[edit]

Brändli[edit]

(Max Brändli)

Brandt[edit]

(Michel Brandt)

Brantly[edit]

(Brantly Helicopter Corp)

Bratu[edit]

(Romulus Bratu)

Bratukhin[edit]

Braunschweig[edit]

(TU-Braunschweig, Institut für Luftfahrtmeßtechnik und Flugmeteorologie)

Brazil Lion[edit]

((Lion Aircraft Co, Chicago, IL / Brazil Aircraft Corp., Brazil, IN]]

Brditschka[edit]

see also HB-Flugtechnik

Breda[edit]

(Società Italiana Ernesto Breda)

Bredelet-Gros[edit]

Breecher[edit]

(Ray N. Breecher)

Breese[edit]

(Breese Aircraft Corp, Portland, OR)

Breezer Aircraft gmbh[edit]

Breezy[edit]

(Robert Liposky, Charles Roloff, Carl Unger, Oak Lawn, IL)

Breguet[edit]

(Société Anonyme des Ateliers d’Aviation Louis BREGUET)

Bretthauer[edit]

Brewster[edit]

(Claude Brewster, Toledo, OH)

Brewster[edit]

(Brewster and Co, Aircraft Div, Long Island City, NY)

Briegleb[edit]

see also: Sailplane Corporation of America

Briffaud[edit]

(Georges Briffaud)

Briggs[edit]

(Harold H Briggs, Beaverton, OR)

Brink (aircraft constructor)[edit]

Brinn[edit]

(Daniel J Brinn, Garden City, KS)

Bristol[edit]

(designations for aircraft built prior to 1923 were applied retroactively)[27]

Bristol[edit]

(Uriel Bristol, Sunny Isle, St Croix, Virgin Islands)

British Aerospace[edit]

(BAe, British Aerospace, United Kingdom)

British Aircraft Company[edit]

(BAC, British Aircraft Company, United Kingdom)

British Aircraft Corporation[edit]

(BAC, British Aircraft Corporation, United Kingdom)

British Aircraft Manufacturing[edit]

(BA, British Aircraft Manufacturing Company, United Kingdom)

British Deperdussin[edit]

(British Deperdussin Aeroplane Syndicate. / British Deperdussin Aeroplane Co., Ltd.)

British Gyroplanes Ltd.[edit]

British Klemm[edit]

(British Klemm Aeroplane Company)

British Taylorcraft[edit]

(see Taylorcraft Aeroplanes (England) Limited)

Britten-Norman[edit]

BRM Aero[edit]

BRM Costruções Aeronáuticas[edit]

(Pero Pinheiro, Portugal)

Brochet[edit]

(Avions Maurice Brochet / Constructions Aéronautiques Maurice Brochet)

Brock[edit]

( also Brock-Stinson - Walter L. Brock, Chicago, IL]]

Brock[edit]

(Ken Brock Manufacturing Inc. Santa Ana, CA)

Brodeau[edit]

(André Brodeau)

Brodhead[edit]

(Arthur L. Brodhead, Miami, FL)

Brokaw-Jones[edit]

(Brokaw Aviation Inc (Dr Burgon F Brokaw & Ernest R Jones), Leesburg, FL)

Bromon[edit]

(Bromon Aircraft Company)

Brooklands Aerospace[edit]

Broughton-Blaney[edit]

Brown[edit]

(Louis H. Brown, Toledo, OH)

Brown[edit]

((Thoburn C. & William R.) Brown Metalplane Co, S 168 Post St, Spokane, WA)

Brown[edit]

(aka Ben Brown - Benjamin Brown, Lawrence, KS)

Brown[edit]

(C.L. Brown, Rushville MO.)

Brown[edit]

(H.F. Brown, Wichita, KS)

Brown[edit]

(William Brown Jr., Fall Creek, WI)

Brown[edit]

(Alden Brown, San Francisco, CA)

Brown[edit]

(Benjamin Brown, Lawrence, KS)

Brown[edit]

(Lawrence W Brown, Clover Field, Santa Monica, CA, 1931: Brown Aircraft Co, Montebello, CA)

Brown-Mercury[edit]

((Lawrence W) Brown-Mercury Aircraft Corp (with R T Leonard), 1172 E Slauson Ave, Los Angeles, CA)

Brown-Young[edit]

((Willis C) Brown-(Richard) Young; aka Columbia Aircraft Co, Tulsa, OK)

Browning[edit]

(J.B. Browning and Ben E. Cayler, Oceanside and Encinitas, CA)

Brubaker[edit]

(Wayne Chester Brubaker, Terre Hill, PA)

Bruggeman[edit]

(Clarence W Bruggeman, Norfolk, NE)

Brügger[edit]

Brumby Aircraft[edit]

Brun-Cottan[edit]

Brunner-Winkle[edit]

((Joe & Harry) Brunner-(William E) Winkle Aircraft Corp, 17 Haverkamp St, Glendale, NY)

Brush[edit]

(Joseph Brush, Riverdale, NJ)

Brutsche Aircraft Corporation[edit]

(Salt Lake City, UT)

Bryan[edit]

(Leland D. Bryan)

Bryan-Laird[edit]

(J C Bryan & Charles Laird, Greer College, Greer Airways, 2024 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL)

Bryant[edit]

((Leland A) Bryant Aircraft Syndicate, Vail Field, Bell Gardens, CA)

Brysacz[edit]

Brzeski[edit]

(Henryk Brzeski)

BSAS[edit]

(Braddick Specialised Air Services International (pty.) Ltd. P.O.Box 2189 M.E.C.C KZN 4301 South Africa)

Bucciero[edit]

(Renato Bucciero)

Buchanan[edit]

(Buchanan Aircraft Corporation, Queensland, Australia)

Buchanan[edit]

(William O. Buchanan, Long Beach, CA)

Buckenberg[edit]

(Clarence Rudolph Buckenberg, Larchwood, IA)

Bücker[edit]

(Bücker Flugzeugbau)

Buckeye[edit]

(Buckeye Industries Inc of Argos, IN)

Buckley[edit]

(Buckley Aircraft Co.)

Budd[edit]

(Edward G Budd Mfg Co, Philadelphia, PA)

Buecker[edit]

(Carl Buecker, Ft Wayne, IN)

Buethe[edit]

(W.B. Buethe Enterprise Inc)

Buffington[edit]

Paul W. Buffington, Springfield, OH

Bugatti[edit]

Buhl[edit]

Bullock[edit]

(Walter Bullock)

Bulté[edit]

(Avions Bulté & Cie SA / René Bulté)

Bultzing-Slöwen[edit]

Bunting[edit]

(John F. Bunting, Bothell, WA)

Bunyard[edit]

(Kenneth L Bunyard, Westchester, NY, Bunyard Airplanes, Flushing, NY)

Burak[edit]

(Stanley Burak)

Burgess[edit]

Burgoyne-Stirling[edit]

Burke[edit]

(Burke Aircraft Co, 704 Townsend St, Chicago, IL)

Burkholdt[edit]

(Fred & Sanford Burkholdt, Minneapolis, MN)

Burleson[edit]

Burlingame[edit]

(Elmer A. Burlingame, Boston, MA)

Burnelli[edit]

(also see CCF & Continental)

Burns[edit]

(Art Burns & J E "Brig" Young (Jung), Los Angeles, CA)

Burns[edit]

(Burns Aircraft Co., Starkville, MS)

Burrell[edit]

(Leslie K. Burrell, Garden Grove, CA)

Burrows[edit]

(Riley Burrows, Gardena and Glendale, CA)

Burt[edit]

(Robert F. Burt, Pomona, CA)

Buscaylet-Béchereau[edit]

Buscaylet-de Monge[edit]

Bush[edit]

((C J) Bush Welding Works, 117 Greene St, Piqua, OH)

Bushby[edit]

(Bushby Aircraft Inc. - Robert W. Bushby)

Bushcaddy[edit]

(Bushcaddy Aircraft Canada, Lachute, Quebec, Canada)

Bushey-McGrew[edit]

(Ralph Bushey & C F McGrew, Los Angeles, CA)

Bushmaster[edit]

(Bushmaster Aircraft Corp.)

Bussen[edit]

(Eugene A. Bussen, Jefferson Barracks, MO)

Butler[edit]

(C. Arthur Butler)

Butler[edit]

(Butler Co, 325 S Broadway St, Butler, IN)

Butler[edit]

Butterfly[edit]

(Butterfly Aero, Oakville, WA)

The Butterfly LLC[edit]

Butters[edit]

(William A. Butters & Associates, Johnstown, PA)

Butterworth[edit]

(G.N. Butterworth, West Kingston, RI)

Büttner Propeller[edit]

(Gerald Büttner - Obernkirchen, Obernkirchen, Germany)

Butz[edit]

Buxton[edit]

(Jay Buxton, Hawthorne, CA)

Buzzard[edit]

SEE Snyder

Buzzman[edit]

(Buzzman ARVS / L'il Hustler Ultralight Aviation)

Bye Aerospace[edit]

(Denver, Colorado, United States)

Bylinkin[edit]

(Fedor Ivanovich Bylinkin)

Byron[edit]

(Charles Byron, East Brunswick, NJ)


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