List of aircraft (C–Cc)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'C' through to 'Cc'.

Contents

C–Cc[edit]

C-E[edit]

(C-E Aeroplane Works, (office) New York, NY; (plant) Anderson, IN)

CAARP[edit]

(Cooperative des Ateliers Aeronautiques de la Region Parisienne – Parisian aeronautic factory co-operative)

CAB[edit]

(Cantieri Aeronautici Bergamaschi )

CAB[edit]

(Constructions Aéronautiques du Béarn – Béarn aeronautic manufacturers)

Cabane-Saissac[edit]

(Henri Saissac)

Cabin-Aire[edit]

(also displayed and registered as "Snyder OHS-III", "deLloyd Monoplane" and "Aire-Craft Cabin-Aire/deLloyd"[1]

Cabrinha[edit]

(Richard Cabrinha)

CAC[edit]

(Commuter Aircraft Corporation)

CACT[edit]

(Compañía Aérea de Construcción y Transportes / Waterhouse / BAJA California / Tijuana)

Cadet[edit]

(Cadet Aircraft Co, Pomona, CA)

Cadillac[edit]

(Cadillac Aircraft Corp/H.G. McCarroll - Detroit, MI)

CAG[edit]

(Construcciones Aeronauticas de Galicia, Spain)

Cage[edit]

(John M. Cage - Denver, CO)

Cagny[edit]

(Raymond Cagny - France)

CAHI[edit]

(anglicised version of TsAGI Центра́льный аэрогидродинами́ческий институ́т (ЦАГИ) or Tsentralniy Aerogidrodinamicheskiy Institut, the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute) see:TsAGI

Cailly[edit]

(France)

Cain[edit]

(Cain Aircraft Corp - Detroit, MI)

CAIC[edit]

(Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation)

CAIG[edit]

(China Aviation Industry General)

Cain[edit]

(Cain Aircraft Corp, 10527 Gratiot Ave, Detroit, MI)

Cairns[edit]

((Edmund B) Cairns Aircraft Corp, 62 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck, CT)

C.A.L.[edit]

(Columbia Air Liners, Inc., New York, NY)

Calderara[edit]

(Italy)

Caldas Aeronautica[edit]

(Pali, Colombia)

California[edit]

(USA)

California[edit]

(California Aircraft Corp, Los Angeles, CA)

California[edit]

(John J Montijo & Lloyd Royer, Glendale, CA)

California Aero[edit]

(California Aero Mfg & Supply Co (Fdr: Cleve F Shaffer), San Francisco, CA)

California Cub[edit]

(California Aircraft Corp, 5866 South San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA)

California Institute of Technology[edit]

(Pasadena, CA)

Calipt'Air[edit]

(Spiez, Switzerland)

Call[edit]

((a.k.a.Girard)Aerial Navigation Co of America Inc (Fdr: Henry Laurens Call), Girard, KS)[1]

CallAir[edit]

((Ivan, Ruell T, Spencer) Call Aircraft Co, Afton, WY)

Calumet[edit]

(Calumet Motorsports)

Calvel[edit]

(Jacques Calvel)

Calvignac[edit]

(France)

Camair[edit]

( Camair Aircraft Corp, Remsenburg, NY)

Camal[edit]

(Victor Camal, France)

Cambier[edit]

(Albert Cambier)

Camco[edit]

(Chicago Aircraft Mfg Corp, 6116 St Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL)

CAMCO[edit]

(Central Aircraft Manufacturing Company Inc.)

Cameron & Sons Aircraft[edit]

Cammacorp[edit]

(El Segundo, CA)

Campbell[edit]

(Corwin B Campbell, Evanston, IL)

Campbell[edit]

(John M Campbell, Tacoma, WA)

Campbell[edit]

((Hayden S) Campbell Aircraft Co)

Campbell[edit]

(Campbell Aircraft)

Campbell & Bone[edit]

(Mark M Campbell and R O Bone, Los Angeles, CA)

Campini[edit]

Data from:[9][10][11][12]

CAMS[edit]

(Chantiers Aéro-Maritimes de la Seine – Seine aero-maritime shipbuilders)

Canada Air RV[edit]

(Canada Air RV Inc, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Canadair[edit]

Canadian military designations[edit]

Data from:[3]

Canadian Aerodrome Company[edit]

Canadian Aeroplanes[edit]

(Canadian Aeroplanes Ltd., Canada)

Canadian Car and Foundry[edit]

Canadian Home Rotors[edit]

Canadian[edit]

(Canadian Powered Parachutes, Vegreville, Alberta, Canada)

Canadian Vickers[edit]

Canadian Wooden Aircraft[edit]

(Canadian Wooden Aircraft Co., Canada)

Canaero Dynamics[edit]

CanAmerican[edit]

(CanAmerican Inc)

Canard Aviation[edit]

see Aviafiber

Cañete[edit]

(Captain of Engineers Antonio Cañete Heredia)

Cannon[edit]

(Walter Cannon, Los Angeles, CA)

Canova[edit]

CANSA[edit]

(Construzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi SA – Fiat)

CANT[edit]

Cantinieau[edit]

(Jean Cantinieau)

Canton[edit]

  • Canton S2 (STAe specification 1918 S2 - armoured ground attack aircraft)[20]

Canton et Unné[edit]

(Georges Canton et Georges Unné)

Canton-Melcher[edit]

(Allen Canton & J Melcher, Bronx, NY)

Canu[edit]

(Lucien Canu)

CAO[edit]

(see SNCAO))

CAP[edit]

(Companhia Aeronáutica Paulista)

CAP Aviation[edit]

Capelis[edit]

(Safety Airplane Corp, Oakland Airport and El Cerrito, CA)

Capella[edit]

(Capella Aircraft Corporation, Austin, TX)

Capen[edit]

((Ernest J) Capen Aircraft Corp, Lincoln, NE)

Capital[edit]

(Capital Machinery Factory)

Capital Air[edit]

(Capital Aircraft Co Inc, Lansing, MI, 1929: Relocated and renamed Royal Aircraft Corp, Royal Oak, MI (qv))

Capital[edit]

(Capital Helicopter Corporation)

CAPRA[edit]

( Compagnie Anonyme de Productions et Réalisations Aéronautiques (CAPRA)) – (Roger Aimé Robert, designer – Marcel Chassagny, manager)

Caproni[edit]

Data from:Aeroplani Caproni[29]
(Societa Italiana Caproni)
(see also: Caproni Bergamaschi, Caproni-Reggiane, Caproni Vizzola)

Wartime Italian Army designations[edit]

Caproni designations[edit]

Caproni-Bergamaschi[edit]

(Caproni-Bergamaschi / CAB Cantieri Aeronautici Bergamaschi)

CaproniCampini[edit]

Caproni-Predappio[edit]

Caproni Trento[edit]

(Aeroplane Caproni Trento)

Caproni Vizzola[edit]

(Caproni-Vizzola S.A. – originally Scuola Aviazioni Caproni)

Carden-Baynes[edit]

Cardoen[edit]

(Industrias Cardoen LtdA)

Caretti[edit]

(D. Caretti)

Carins[edit]

(Carins Aircraft, Naugatuck, CT)

Cariou[edit]

(Louis Cariou)

Carley[edit]

(Joop D. Carley)

Carlson[edit]

(Goodwin Carlson, Slayton, MN)

Carlson[edit]

((Ernest W) Carlson Aircraft Inc, E Palestine, OH)

Carma[edit]

(Carma Manufacturing Co, Tucson, AZ)

CARMAM[edit]

(Coopérative d'Approvisionnement et de Réparation de Matériel Aéronautique de Moulins)

Carmier[edit]

(Pierre Carmier)

Carmier-Arnoux[edit]

(Pierre Carmier et René Arnoux)

Carnes[edit]

(Joseph R Carnes, Hillsboro, IN)

Carothers[edit]

(Dr C E 'Chuck' Carothers, Lincoln, NE)

Carpenter[edit]

(Merrell L Carpenter, Joplin, MO and New Orleans, LA)

Carplane GmbH[edit]

(Braunschweig, Germany)

Carr[edit]

(Walter J Carr, Saginaw, MI, 1924: CSC Aircraft Co (Carr, John Coryell, Edward & Walter Savage), Saginaw, MI)

Carroll[edit]

  • Carroll A2 – info required – French World War I observation aircraft competition loser[38]

Carroll[edit]

(Raymond Carroll)

Carson[edit]

((Franklin) Carson Helicopters Inc, Perkasie, PA)

Carstedt[edit]

(Carstedt Inc., Long Beach, CA)

CarterCopter[edit]

(1994: CarterCopters LLC (pres: Jay Carter Jr), Wichita Falls, TX)

Carter-Maxwell[edit]

((Don J) Carter-(Arnold B) Maxwell Co, RFD 4, N Kansas City, MO)

CASA[edit]

(Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA)

Cascade[edit]

(Cascade Ultralites)

Casey Jones[edit]

(JVW Corp, Newark, NJ)

Caspar[edit]

(Caspar-Werke)

Cassutt[edit]

(Designer: Tom Cassutt)

Castaibert[edit]

(Paul (Pablo) Castaibert)

Castel[edit]

(Robert Castello)

Castel-Mauboussin[edit]

Castiglioni[edit]

(Angelo and Alfredo Castiglioni)

CAT[edit]

(Construzioni Aeronautiche Taliedo)

CATA[edit]

(Construction Aeronautique de Technologie Avancee)

CATA[edit]

(Compañia Argentina de Trabajos Aéreos)

Cato[edit]

(Cato Aircraft and Engine Corp)

Catron & Fisk[edit]

(1917: (J W) Catron & (Edwin) Fisk, 732 Marine St, Venice, CA, 1925: Reorganized as International Aircraft Corp.)

Catt[edit]

(Carlos E Catt, Petersburg, IN)

Caudron[edit]

(Gaston et René Caudron)

Cavalier[edit]

(Cavalier Aircraft Corp., Sarasota, FL)

Cavarroc[edit]

(Raymond Cavarroc)

Cavasino[edit]

(Victor Cavasino, Bismarck, ND)

Cavassilas[edit]

(Pierre Cavassilas)

Cavenaugh[edit]

(Cavenaugh Aviation Inc.)

Caviezel[edit]

CBB[edit]

(CBB ULM)

CCF[edit]

( Canadian Car and Foundry)


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