List of aircraft (Df-Dz)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'Df-Dz'.

Contents

Df-Dz[edit]

DF Helicopters[edit]

DFS[edit]

(Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Segelflug) see also: RRG

DFW[edit]

(Deutsche Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H)

DG[edit]

(DG Flugzeugbau GmbHpreviously Gläser-Dirks)

DGRCN[edit]

(Dirección General de Reparaciones y Construcciones Navales - Mexico)

Diablo[edit]

(Diablo Aircraft Co, Stockton, CA)

Diamond Aircraft[edit]

Díaz[edit]

(Amalio Díaz)

Dickey[edit]

(Shirl Dickey Enterprises, Phoenix, AZ)

Didier ULM[edit]

(Francheval, France)

Diehl[edit]

(Diehl Aero-Nautical, Jenks, OK)

Diemert[edit]

(Bob Diemert)

Dietrich[edit]

(Dietrich-Gobiet Flugzeugwerke AG - 1922, Richard-Dietrich-Flugzeugbau-GmbH, Dietrich Flugzeugwerke AG, Mannheim)

Dietz[edit]

((Conrad G) Dietz Laboratories, Cincinnati, OH, 1925: Dietz Aeroplane Co, 815 Herman Ave/33 Hess St, Dayton, OH)

Dietz-Schreiber[edit]

DiFoGa[edit]

(Frits Diepens Ford Garage)

DINFIA[edit]

(Dirección Nacional de Fabricación e Investigación Aeronáutica - Spanish language for "National Directorate of Aeronautical Manufacturing and Research").

DirectFly[edit]

(DirectFly sro, Hluk, Czech Republic)

Discovery Aviation[edit]

Distar[edit]

(Distar Air)

Dittmar[edit]

Dixie[edit]

(Charles W Lay, Cincinnati, OH)

Dixon[edit]

(Jess Dixon, Andalusia, AL)

Dixon[edit]

(Tom Dixon, Burlington, NC)

DJB[edit]

(DJB Aeroplane Co (Harry Deuther, Junkin & Brukner), the basis for Weaver Aircraft Co. )

D.K.D.[edit]

see:Działowskich

DLR[edit]

(Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR) - German Aerospace Center)

D.N.F.[edit]

(Dupperon, Niepce & Fetterer)

Doak[edit]

(Doak Aircraft Co Inc, Torrance, CA )

Doak & Deeds[edit]

((Edward) Doak & (Woody) Deeds Aircraft Co, Culver City, CA)

Dobi[edit]

(Jurgis Dobkevičius - Lithuania)

Doblhoff[edit]

(Friedrich Baron von Doblhoff)

Dockery-Barneko[edit]

(Leland Dockery and Ralph Barnecko, Valparaiso, IN)

Doerflein[edit]

(Howard Doerflein, Milwaukee WI.)

Dokuchayev[edit]

(Aleksnadr Yakovlevich Dokuchayev)

Doflug[edit]

(Dornier-Werke AG)

Doman[edit]

(1945: (Glidden S) Doman-(Clinton W) Frasier Helicopters Inc, New York, NY and Stamford, CT, 1949: Doman Helicopters Inc, Danbury, CT 195?: Berlin Doman Helicopters Inc (Europe).)

Dominion[edit]

(Dominion Aircraft Corporation Ltd, Renton, WA)

Donnet-Denhaut[edit]

(Société des Établissements Donnet-Denhaut)

Donnet-Lévêque[edit]

Dopourdois[edit]

(Georges Dopourdois)

Dorand[edit]

(Colonel Emile Dorand, director of the Section Technique de l'Aéronautique (STAé) at Chalais-Meudon / Société d`Études des Giravions Dorand)

Dorand[edit]

(Réne Dorand / Société d'Etudes des Giravions Dorand / Société Francaise Du Gyroplane)

Dorland[edit]

(L S Dorland, San Francisco, CA)

Dormoy[edit]

(Etienne Dormoy, Detroit, MI and Dayton, OH)

Dorna[edit]

(H F Dorna Company)

Dornier[edit]

(Dornier Werke GmbH) (During World War 1, Dornier designed for Zeppelin-Lindau)

Dornier Seawings[edit]

Dornier (Altenrhein)[edit]

see FFA

Douglas[edit]

(Charles M Ford, Al M Williams, and members of the Douglas Flying Club, Douglas, AZ)

Douglas[edit]

see also: Davis-Douglas, McDonnell-Douglas

Douglas-Northrop[edit]

(see #Douglas)

Douheret[edit]

Dova Aircraft[edit]

(Paskov, Czech Republic)

Dow[edit]

(Robert W Dow, Flint, MI)

Downer[edit]

(C L Downer, Salt Lake City, UT)

Downer[edit]

(Downer Aircraft Industries Inc, Alexandria, MN)

Doyle[edit]

(Doyle Aero Corp, 3104 Elm Ave, Baltimore, MD)

Doyle[edit]

(Richard H Doyle, Franklin Park, IL)

Doyle[edit]

( (Herbert Charles) Doyle, Rochester, NY)

Doyle-Brown[edit]

(Doyle-(R M) Brown Motorplane Co, New York, NY)

Doyn[edit]

(Doyn Aircraft, Wichita, KS)

Drachen Studio Kecur[edit]

(Drachen Studio Kecur GmbH, Mettmann, Germany)

Dragon[edit]

Dragon Fly[edit]

(Dragon fly Aircraft Corporation)

Dreifke[edit]

(Ramon Dreifke, St Louis, MO)

Drezet[edit]

(Maurice Drezet)

Driggers[edit]

(Willard A Driggers, 1530 Olive St, Washington, DC, and Willow Grove, PA)

Driggs[edit]

(Driggs Aircraft Corp/Michigan Screw Co, Lansing, MI)

Driggs-Johnson[edit]

( (Ivan) Driggs-(E A) Johnson Airplane & Supply Co, Dayton, OH)

DRS Technologies[edit]

Druiff-Neate[edit]

Druine[edit]

DS[edit]

(Lebanon)

DSA[edit]

(Delft Student Aeroclub (DSA))

D.S.[edit]

DSK[edit]

(Duster Sailplane Kits)

DSK Airmotive[edit]

(DSK Airmotive, Ft Walton Beach, FL)

DTA sarl[edit]

(Montélimar, France)

Duane's Hangar[edit]

(Patrick Duane, Liberty, SC)

du Temple[edit]

Dube[edit]

(Aviation Normand Dube, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec, Canada)

Duben[edit]

Dubna[edit]

(Dubna Machine-Building Plant Production Technical Complex Co. Ltd,)

Ducournau[edit]

(Jean-Marc Ducournau)

Ducrot[edit]

(Vittorio Ducrot)

Dudakov-Konstantinov[edit]

Dudek[edit]

(Stan Dudek, Somerville, NJ)

Dudek[edit]

(Albert Dudek, Cleveland, OH)

Dudek Paragliders[edit]

(Bydgoszcz, Poland)

Dudley[edit]

Dudley Watt[edit]

Dufaux[edit]

(Dufaux, Armand and Henri, Switzerland)

Dufour[edit]

Duigan[edit]

Dudley Watt[edit]

Duks[edit]

Dumbravă[edit]

(Ioan Dumbravă)

Dumod[edit]

(Dumod Corp, Opa-Locka, FL)

Duncan (aircraft constructor)[edit]

Dunham[edit]

(Erwin J Dunham, Hamburg, NY)

Dunn[edit]

((William G) Dunn Mfg Co, Clarinda, IA)

Dunn-Tate[edit]

(Harry & Frank Dunn, Anderson, IN)

Dunne[edit]

(J. W. Dunne) see also: Burgess-Dunne

Dupau[edit]

(Marcel Dupau)

DuPont[edit]

(Dupont Aerospace)

Dupperon-Niepce-Fetterer[edit]

Dupuy[edit]

(Roger Dupuy)

Durand[edit]

(William H Durand, 84 St & McKinley Ave)

Duranton[edit]

Durand et Delaville[edit]

(Claude Durand and Delaville)

Durandeaux[edit]

(Durandeaux)

Durant[edit]

( (Rex C "Cliff") Durant Aircraft Corp, Durant Field, 82 Ave at E 14 St, Oakland, CA)

Durban[edit]

(Durban Aircraft, South Africa)

  • Durban Aeriel II - formerly "Genair Aeriel 2", a Piel Emeraude built under licence[47]

Durenleau[edit]

(René Durenleau, Franklin, VT)

Durley[edit]

(Bill Durley)

Duruble[edit]

(Roland Duruble)

DUS[edit]

(Jerzy Dabrowski and Antoni Uszacki)

Duverne-Saran[edit]

(Duverne & Saran)

Dvorak[edit]

(George J. Dvorak, Redding, CA)

Dwight-Lund[edit]

Dycer[edit]

((Charles F & Edward A) Dycer Airport Corp, 136 St & Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA)

Dye[edit]

(Elmer F Dye, Encanto, CA)

Dye-Morrow[edit]

(Elmer F Dye & Ed Morrow, Encanto and San Diego, CA)

Dyer[edit]

(Stephen E Dyer, Aurora, CO)

Dyke[edit]

((John W) Dyke Aircraft, Fairborn, OH)

Dyle et Bacalan[edit]

(Société Dyle et Bacalan à Bordeaux / Société Anonyme de Travaux Dyle et Bacalan)

Dyn'Aéro[edit]

Dynali[edit]

(Dynali Helicopter Company)

Dynalifter[edit]

Dynamic OK[edit]

Dynamic Sport[edit]

(Kielce, Poland)

Dyott[edit]

(G.M. Dyott)

D'Yves Air Pub[edit]

(La Chapelle-en-Vexin, France)

Działowskich[edit]

(Stanislav Działowskich)



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