List of aircraft (Hf-Hz)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'Hf - Hz'.

Contents

Hf - Hz[edit]

HFB[edit]

(Hamburger Flugzeugbau GmbH)

HFL-Flugzeugbau[edit]

Hickman[edit]

(Orville H Hickman, Minneapolis, MN)

Hidde[edit]

(Leo A Hidde, Milwaukee, WI)

Higgins[edit]

((Andrew J & Frank O) Higgins Industries Inc, New Orleans, LA)

Higgins[edit]

(J H Higgins, Bunkburnett, TX)

Higley[edit]

(Clarence Higley, Cummings, KS)

Higher Class Aviation[edit]

Hild-Marshonet[edit]

((Frederick C) Hild-(Edward F) Marshonet, Hempstead, NY)

Hill[edit]

Hill[edit]

(Topeka, KS)

Hill[edit]

(John Hill, Enid, OK)

Hill-Kemman[edit]

(Keith Hill and Roger Kemman)

Hillberg[edit]

(Hillberg Helicopters, Fountain Valley, CA)

Hiller[edit]

(Stanley Hiller (Sr), Alameda, CA)

Hiller[edit]

(1942: (Stanley) Hiller Industries, Berkeley, CA, 1944: United Helicopters Inc (Hiller & Henry J Kaiser), 625 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA, c.1952: Hiller Helicopters. 1961: Acquisition by Eltra Corp, a holding company. 1964: Fairchild-Hiller Corp. 1973: Hiller Aviation. 1984: Fairchild-Hiller assets sold to Rogerson Aircraft Corp as Rogerson-Hiller, Port Angeles, WA, 1994: Hiller Aircraft Corp, Newark, CA, established when Jeffrey Hiller (son of Stanley) led an investment consortium to repurchase the assets from Rogerson-Hiller Corp.)

Hillman[edit]

(Hillman Helicopters, Paso Robles, CA and Stellar Airpark, Chandler, AZ)

Hillson[edit]

(F.H. Hills & Sons)

Hilton[edit]

(Hilton Aircraft Co, 621 W Douglas, Wichita, KS)

Hinchman[edit]

(Hinchman Aircraft Company)

Hindustan[edit]

(Hindustan Aeronautics Limited or HAL, India)

Hinkler[edit]

Hino[edit]

(Kumazo Hino)

Hinz[edit]

(L and B Hinz, Filderstadt, Germany)

Hipp's Superbirds[edit]

Hippsich[edit]

Hirosho[edit]

(Hiro Kaigun Kosho - Hiro Naval Arsenal)

Hirsch[edit]

(Rene Hirsch - M.Aé.R.C. Moyens Aérodynamiques de Régulation et de Controle)

Hirt[edit]

(Hirt Aircraft Corp, Hemet, CA)

Hirtenberg[edit]

Hirth[edit]

Hise[edit]

((Fred H) Hise Aircraft Co, Gratiot Ave Airport, Detroit, MI)

Hispano[edit]

(Sociedad la Hispano / Hispano Aviación)

Historical[edit]

(Historical Aircraft Corporation, Nucla, CO)[10]

Hitachi[edit]

Hatfield Man Powered Aircraft Club (HMPAC)[edit]

Hobbycopter[edit]

(Adams-Wilson Helicopters Inc, Lakewood, CA)

Hochart[edit]

Hockaday[edit]

((Noel R) Hockaday Aircraft Corp, Burbank, CA)

Hocke[edit]

Hocker-Denien[edit]

(A Hocker, Evansville, IN; 1961: Ralph R Denien, Indianapolis, IN)

Hodek[edit]

Hodgdon[edit]

(L M (and T A?) Hodgdon, Detroit, MI)

Hodgson[edit]

(Edward R Hodgson IV, 125 S Millodge, Athens, GA)

Hodkinson[edit]

(Valley Mfg Div, (W W) Hodkinson Aircraft Corp, Glendale, CA)

Hoefelman[edit]

(Charles D Hoefelman, Mineral Wells, TX)

Hoff[edit]

(Joseph Hoff, CA)

Hoff[edit]

(C D Hoff, Chicago, IL)

Hoffman[edit]

(Raoul J Hoffman, St Petersburg, FL)

Hoffman[edit]

(Edward C Hoffman, St Petersburg, FL)

Hoffmann[edit]

(Wolf Hoffmann)

Hogan-Moyer[edit]

((Robert J) Hogan-(Jarrett G) Moyer Aircraft Corp, 226 Wolf St, Syracuse, NY)

Hogdon[edit]

(L M & T A Hogdon, Detroit, MI)

Hogue[edit]

(Alton H Hogue, Boulder, CO)

Holbrook[edit]

((Arthur Erritt) Holbrook Helicopter Aeroplane Co (Pres: L B Durnil), Joplin, MO)

Holcomb[edit]

(Jerry Holcomb, Vancouver, WA)

Holeka[edit]

(W J Holeka, Sacramento, CA)

Holl[edit]

(Fred T Hollman, Parkesburg, PA)

Hollaender[edit]

(Arne Hollaender, Aare, Jutland)

Hollandair[edit]

Hollandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek[edit]

Holle[edit]

(A.A. Holle)

Holleville[edit]

(Roger Holleville)

Hollman[edit]

(Winther-Hollman Aircraft Inc, Cupertino, CA)

Holloway & Wallace[edit]

(H H Holloway & A J Wallace, Los Angeles, CA)

Hollsmidt[edit]

Holman[edit]

(C B and Clarence T Holman, Rawlins, WY)

Honda[edit]

(Honda Motor Co, Greensboro, NC)

Honey[edit]

(Ray Honey, Bourbonnais, IL)

Hongdu[edit]

Hongxing[edit]

Hønningstad[edit]

Honroth[edit]

(Edward Honroth)

Höntsch[edit]

(Gerhard Winkler / Johannes Höntsch / Flugsportgruppe Schönhagen)

Hooten[edit]

((Orval M) Hooten Aircraft Co, Springfield, IL)

Hoover[edit]

(David Hoover)

Hopfner[edit]

(Flugzeugbau Hopfner GmbH)

Hopkins[edit]

(Robert S Hopkins, Reidsville, NC)

Hopkins & Meade[edit]

(W F Hopkins & T A Meade, San Diego, CA)

Hopper[edit]

(Bruce Hopper, Dallas, TX)

Hoppi-copter[edit]

(1945: Hoppi-copters Inc (Fdr: Horace T Pentecost), Boeing Field, Seattle, WA, 1954: Capital Helicopter Corp.)

Hordern-Richmond[edit]

(Hordern-Richmond aircraft Ltd.)

Horn[edit]

(Mark V Horn, West Palm Beach, FL)

Horten[edit]

Horton[edit]

(William E Horton, Santa Ana, CA)

Horváth[edit]

(Ernő Horváth)

Hoshino[edit]

(Yonezo Hoshino)

Hosler[edit]

(Russell A "Curly" Hosler, Huntington, IN)

Houde[edit]

(Patrice Houde, Reichshoffen, France)

Houstee[edit]

(Richard & Katherine Houstee, Memphis, TN)

Hovey[edit]

(Robert W. Hovey)

Howard[edit]

(Howard aircraft Corporation)

Howard[edit]

((D U) Howard Aero Inc, San Antonio, TX, 1963: Acquired by Alamo Aero Service as Howard Aero Mfg Co, Div of Business Aircraft Corp.)

Howard Wright[edit]

Howell[edit]

(Tyler Howell, Jonesville, MI)

Howell[edit]

(Phil Howell, Christiansburg, VA)

Howell-Lutzky[edit]

(W T Howell & Victor Lutzky, Detroit, MI)

Howland[edit]

(Howland Aero Design, DeBary, FL)

Hoyle[edit]

Hoynik[edit]

(Steve W Hoynik, Milwaukee, WI)

HPK[edit]

(HPK Aircraft Associates (Harold Hayden, Art Payne, and Robert Kinney of Engle Flying Service), Delaware Valley, PA)

Hruby[edit]

(J Hruby, Riverwoods, IL)

HTM[edit]

(Helikopter Technik München)

Huabei[edit]

(Huabei Machinery Factory)

Hubertec[edit]

(Aach, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)

Hübner[edit]

( Dr. Hugo Hübner)

Huc-Raynaud-Guiraud[edit]

(Alfred Huc - André Raynaud - Charles Guiraud)

Hudson[edit]

(Sandy Hudson Jr, Black Mountain, NC)

Hudson[edit]

(Sanders V Hudson & William B Harris, Black Mountain, NC)

Hudson & O'Brien[edit]

(John Hudson & Clifton O'Brien, San Francisco, CA)

Huey-Bulmer[edit]

(R V Huey and John W Bulmer, Valley Center, KS)

Huff-Daland[edit]

(Huff-Daland Airplane Co, Bristol, PA)

Hüffer[edit]

(Flugzeugbau Julius Hüffer)

Huffman[edit]

(Glen Huffman Aircraft Co, Detroit, MI)

Hughes[edit]

(C A Hughes Jr, Elon College, NC)

Hughes[edit]

(George Andrew Hughes, 1507 Garfield St (dba King of Flight Aircraft Co, 3830 Touzalin Ave), Lincoln, NE)

Hughes Hughes Aircraft, Hughes Helicopters[edit]

(1934: (Howard R) Hughes Development Co, Glendale, CA, 1936: Hughes Aircraft Div, Hughes Tool Co, Culver City, Burbank, CA, 1948: Aircraft Div, Hughes Tool Co. 1972: Hughes Helicopters Div, Summa Corp. 1984: Helicopter Div acquired by McDonnell-Douglas.)

Hughes[edit]

Hugo[edit]

(Adolph B Hugo, Tulsa, OK)

Hulbert[edit]

(Dane Hulbert)

Humber[edit]

(designed by Hubert Le Blon)

Humbert Aviation[edit]

(Jean-Jacques Humbert)

Hummel[edit]

((J Morry) Hummel Aviation, Bryan, OH)

Hungaro Copter[edit]

(Hungaro Copter Limited)

Hunt[edit]

(A E Hunt, Jetmore, KS)

Hunt[edit]

(Bill Hunt, Moneta, Los Angeles, CA)

Hunt[edit]

((Henry) Hunt Aircraft Mfg Co, Fiskeville, RI)

Hunt[edit]

(John Hunt, Govilon, United Kingdom)

Hunt-Rettig[edit]

(Ralph V Hunt & William Rettig, Kansas City, MO)

Hunter[edit]

(Charles Hunter, Chicago, IL)

Hunting Aircraft[edit]

Hunting-Percival[edit]

Huntington[edit]

((Howard) Huntington Aircraft Co Inc, New York, NY)

Huntington[edit]

(Huntington Airplane Co, Huntington, WV)

Hunt[edit]

(John Hunt)

Hurd[edit]

(E P Hurd Co, Aeronautic Div, 5820 Fischer Ave, Detroit, MI)

Hurel-Dubois[edit]

(Avions Hurel-Dubois)

Hürkus[edit]

(Vecihi Hürkus)

Hurlburt[edit]

(Mildred Caldwell, Margaret Hurlburt, Anna Logan, Cleveland, OH)

Hurry[edit]

(LeRoy Hurry)

Hurst[edit]

((J W) Hurst Aeroplane & Motor Co (Pres: I J O'Malley), Terre Haute, IN)

Husk[edit]

(Bill Husk, Dublin, GA)

Husky[edit]

(Caribbean Traders Inc, Miami, FL)

Hussey[edit]

(J.G.H. Hussey, Calgary Alberta, Canada)

Hutchinson[edit]

(Hutchinson Aircraft Co, Bay St Louis, MS)

Hütter[edit]

(Ulrich Hütter and Wolfgang Hütter)

Hy-Tek Hurricane[edit]


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