List of gliders (A)

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This is a list of gliders/sailplanes of the world, (this reference lists all gliders with references, where available)[1] Note: Any aircraft can glide for a short time, but gliders are designed to glide for longer.

Contents

A[edit]

AAK (Akademski Aero Klub, Belgrade)[edit]

AAS[edit]

(Ateliers Aéronautiques de Suresnes)

AB Flygindustri[edit]

AB Flygplan[edit]

Abate[edit]

( U. Abate)

Abbott-Baynes Sailplanes Ltd[edit]

Abramov[edit]

Abrial[edit]

(Georges Abrial de Pega)

Abric-Calas[edit]

(Abric & Calas)

ACBA[edit]

(Aéro Club du Bas Armagnac)

AC Mulhouse Mure[edit]

(Aéro Club du Mulhouse)

ACS[edit]

(Aero-Club Suisse)

ACMN[edit]

(Aéro-Club des Montagnes Neuchâteloises)

Adair[edit]

(Ronald Hamilton Adair, Clifford Gurr and H. Zechner)

Adam[edit]

(Roger Adam)

Addyman[edit]

(E.T.W. Addyman)

ADI[edit]

(Aircraft Designs Inc / Martin Hollman / Winther-Hollman Aircraft Inc.)

Adaridi[edit]

(Boris Adaridi)

Ader[edit]

(Clement Ader)

Adorján[edit]

Advanced Aeromarine[edit]

Adventure Aircraft[edit]

AEA[edit]

(Aerial Experimental Association)

Aecherli-Farner[edit]

(Hermann Aecherli & Willy Farner)

AER[edit]

(Aeronautica Rio)

AER Pegaso[edit]

Aerbul[edit]

(Aerbul s.r.l. / Horacio Bulacio Campos)

Aériane[edit]

Aero Industries Technical Institute[edit]

Aero Vodochody[edit]

Aero-Club Suisse[edit]

AeroJaén[edit]

(Aeronaútica del Jaén SA)

Aerola[edit]

(Also known as Aeros)

Aeromere[edit]

Aeromot[edit]

Aeronca[edit]

Aeros[edit]

see:Aerola

Aérostructure[edit]

(Aérostructure SARL)

Aerotalleres[edit]

Aerotechnik[edit]

(designer: Karel Dlouhy)

AeroXpert[edit]

(AeroXpert, Hennopsmeer / Peter Cellier & François Jordaan)

AGA[edit]

(AGA Aviation)

Agusta[edit]

(Giovanni Agusta)

Ahrens[edit]

(Ahrens Aircraft Corporation)

Aiello[edit]

(Eugenio Aiello)

AII[edit]

(Aviation Industries of Iran)

Aircraft Cooperative Mechta[edit]

Air Energy[edit]

Air Est Services[edit]

Airdisco[edit]

(Aircraft Disposal Company)

Airmate[edit]

See: Schreder

Airspeed Ltd[edit]

AISA[edit]

(Émile Dewoitine / Aeronáutica Industrial S.A.)

Aizsardze[edit]

Akaflieg Berlin[edit]

(FFG Berlin / Akaflieg Berlin)

Akaflieg Braunschweig[edit]

Akaflieg Danzig[edit]

(Akademische Fliegergruppe T. H. Danzig)

Akaflieg Darmstadt[edit]

Akaflieg Darmstadt/Akaflieg München[edit]

Akaflieg Dresden[edit]

Akaflieg Graz[edit]

(Akademischen Segelfliegergruppe Graz)

Akaflieg Hannover[edit]

(for Hannoverische Waggonfabrik gliders see:Hannover)

Akaflieg Karlsruhe[edit]

Akaflieg Köln[edit]

Akaflieg Marcho-Silesia[edit]

Akaflieg München[edit]

Akaflieg Stuttgart[edit]

Akaflieg Wien[edit]

Akasiya Mokko[edit]

Akira[edit]

(Myahara Akira)

AK Zagreb[edit]

Akerboom-Schmidt[edit]

(J. Akerboom & J. Schmidt / Nijs & Van Driel)

Älands Flygklubb[edit]

Alanne[edit]

(Pentti Alanne)

Albastar Ltd[edit]

Albatros[edit]

(Club Argentino de Planeadores Albatros / Alberto Rosmarin, Vito Antonio Ernesto Vignera & Jorge Ubaldo Pallich )

Albatros Vrabac[edit]

Albini-Cella-Facciolo-Moltrasio[edit]

(Albini, Cella, Facciolo, Moltrasio)

Aldasoro-Suárez[edit]

(Juan-Pablo Aldasoro-Suárez & Eduardo Aldasoro-Suárez - Real del Monte, Estado de Hidalgo, México)

Alexander[edit]

(Albert W. Mooney / Alexander Aircraft Co, Colorado Springs (Colorado, USA)

Alfaro (glider constructor)[edit]

Alfieri[edit]

(A. Alfieri)

Alise (glider constructor)[edit]

Alisport[edit]

(Alisport srl, Cremella, Italy)

Allen[edit]

(Aeronautical Engineering Society, New-York / E. Allen & E.P. Warner)

Allgeier[edit]

(Josef Allgeier)

Allied[edit]

(Allied Aviation)

Allievo[edit]

Allstar[edit]

(Allstar PZL Glider Sp. z o.o.)

Alpaero[edit]

Alpla[edit]

(Alpla-Werke / Alpla-Werken Alvin Lehner OHG)

Alsema[edit]

(Piet Alsema)

Altinger[edit]

(Raúl Altinger & Theo Altinger)

Anczutin-Malinowski-Aleksandrowicz[edit]

(AMA - Andrzej Anczutin, Henryk Malinowski & Rościsław Aleksandrowicz / Université Technique de Varsovie & Ateliers de Construction aéronautique d'Antoni Kocjan)

AmEagle[edit]

(AmEagle Corporation, aka* AmEagle American Eaglet)

American Falcon[edit]

American Spirit (glider constructor)[edit]

AMF[edit]

(AMF Microlight)

AMS Flight[edit]

Amstutz[edit]

(L. Lergier & Blaser / E. Amstutz, H. Belart & H. von Travel, Bern)

Andersson[edit]

(A.J. Andersson / Augsburger V.L.)

Andrews[edit]

(Kenneth Edwin Andrews)

Andrews[edit]

(Kenneth Edwin Andrews)

ANEC[edit]

(W. S. SHACKLETON / Air Navigation and Engineering Company)

Anotchenko[edit]

(N.D. Anotchenko a.k.a. Anoschenko ND Macaque)

Ansaldo[edit]

(José María Ansaldo)

Antoni brothers Antoni[edit]

(Antoni brothers)

Antonov[edit]

(Oleg K. Antonov / Antonov Design Bureau(OKB))

Antykacap[edit]

Apogs[edit]

Applebay Sailplanes[edit]

Ara[edit]

(Agence Rethéloise d'Aviation)

Archdeacon[edit]

(Ernest Archdeacon)

Armstrong-Whitworth[edit]

ARMV-2[edit]

(Atelierele de Reparatii Material Volant-2 – Pipera)

Armytage[edit]

(Norman Armytage)

Arplam[edit]

(All Reinforced Plastic Mouldings / Leuvense university Aero Club)

Arsenal[edit]

(Arsenal de l'Aéronautique)

Arup[edit]

(Arup Inc (fdr: Cloyd L Snyder), 231 Lincoln Way, South Bend IN.)

Arzeulov[edit]

(K.K. Arzeulov)

ASC[edit]

(Advanced Soaring Concepts / Jensen Tor)

Ashfield[edit]

(R. J. Ashfield)

ASUP[edit]

(Ugo Abate & Giovanni Pirelli / ASUP / Fratelli Visco, Somma Lombardo)

Ateliers Vosgiens[edit]

Aubiet[edit]

(Marceau Aubiet)

Auburn[edit]

(Robert J. Auburn)

August[edit]

(Henry August)

Aurora[edit]

(Aurora Training Sailplane Project)

Auseklis[edit]

AVF[edit]

(Akademiya Vozdushnogo Flota - Air Fleet Academy)

Avia[edit]

AVIA[edit]

(Ateliers vosgiens d'industrie aéronautique)

A.V.I.A.[edit]

(Azionaria Vercellese Industrie Aeronautiche – Francis Lombardi)

Aviad[edit]

(Aviad Francesco Di Martino)

Aviafiber[edit]

see:Farner

Avialsa[edit]

Aviamilano[edit]

(Aviamilano Costruzione Aeronautiche)

Aviastroitel[edit]

Aviatrust[edit]

Notes[edit]

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