List of gliders (B)

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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.

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B[edit]

Babiński[edit]

(Zbigniew Babiński)

BAC[edit]

(British Aircraft Company)

Bacerka[edit]

Bachem[edit]

(Eric Bachem / Bachem-Werke)

Backstrom[edit]

(Al Backstrom)

Baden-Baden[edit]

(Segelflugzeugwerke Baden-Baden)

Bagalini[edit]

(BAGALINI, Marino)

Bailey-Moyes[edit]

(Bob Bailey / Moyes Microlights Pty Ltd)

Baitler[edit]

(Miroslav Baitler / I. skupina konstruktérů Aero, Praha (Prague))

Baker McMillen[edit]

(Frank Gröss / Baker McMillen)

Ball[edit]

(James Noel Ball)

Bange[edit]

(John J. Bange)

Bange[edit]

(John J. Bange - Clifton, Queensland, Australia)

Bango-Schmid[edit]

(Bango & Schmid)

Barbat-Dunn-Rigby[edit]

(BARBAT, Edward & DUNN, Colin & RIGBY, Colin)

Bǎrboi[edit]

(Ion Bǎrboi)

Bardin[edit]

(René Bardin)

Barel[edit]

(Graal Aéro / Max Barel)

Barnaby[edit]

(Ralph Barnaby)

Baron[edit]

(A. Baron)

Barratt-Bradley[edit]

(Jock Barratt & Harold Bradley / Waikerie Gliding Club)

Barros[edit]

(Cláudio Pinto de Barros / Centro de Estudos Aeronáuticos (CEA) / Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG), Bello Horizonte, Brazil)

Barszczowski[edit]

(Walenty Barszczowski)

Barta[edit]

(Karl Barta)

Bartel[edit]

(Ryszard Bartel)

Bartos/Nobel[edit]

Bates[edit]

(Carl Stephen BATES, Clear Lake, Iowa (USA) / Popular Mechanics)

Baudoux-Orta[edit]

(Pierre Baudoux & José Orta / Ateliers Orta, Saint-Hubert, Belgium)

Ted Bauer[edit]

(Ted Bauer / San Gabriel Academy students, Californie, USA)

Bäumer[edit]

(Bäumer Aero GmbH, Hamburg / Paul Bäumer)

Bazin[edit]

(Albert Bazin)

Bazzocchi[edit]

(Ermanno Bazzocchi)

Bauer[edit]

Beatty-Johl[edit]

Beaufort Gliding Club[edit]

(Lyon, Douglas – Beaufort Gliding Club, Victoria, Australia)

Bede[edit]

(Jim Bede)

Bekmanis[edit]

(Edvins Bekmanis)

Bėkšta[edit]

(Romualdas Bėkšta)

Belin brothers.[edit]

Bellanger-Denhaut[edit]

(DENHAUT, François - BELLANGER Frères)

Belyayev[edit]

(Viktor Nikolayevich Belyayev)

Benes[edit]

(Pavel Beneš)

Bennett-Carter[edit]

(George Bennett & Richard Carter)

Benz[edit]

(Ing. Hans Benz, Mönchen-Gladbach.)

Berca[edit]

(Jorge Berca)

Berger[edit]

(M. Berger in Lyon and flown by Gardey)

Berkshire[edit]

(Berkshire Manufacturing Corporation)

Berkout[edit]

Berliaux-Salètes[edit]

Berliner Segelflugvereins[edit]

Bertelli[edit]

Bertin[edit]

(Bertin (glider constructor))

Besneux[edit]

(Alain Besneux)

Bielany School[edit]

Bikle[edit]

(Paul Bikle)

Bilski[edit]

  • Bilski Mewa (Gull) No.14 – Second Polish Glider Contest 17 May – 15 June 1925

Bína[edit]

(Karel Bína / B. Metyš & J. Litomyšl Matoušek)

Binder[edit]

Biot[edit]

Birdman[edit]

(Birdman Enterprises)

Birmingham Guild[edit]

Birò Regina[edit]

Birrlauf[edit]

(Benny Birrlauf)

Bisser[edit]

Bistrama & Puławski[edit]

Blaicher[edit]

(Michal Blaicher)

Bland[edit]

(Lilian E. Bland – Ireland)

Błażyński[edit]

(Alojzy Błażyński)

Bleriot[edit]

(Louis Blériot)

Blessing[edit]

(Gerhard Blessing / Sportverein Merseburg)

Bley[edit]

(Bley Flugzeugbau GmbH, Naumberg)

Blogoslawienstwo[edit]

Blohm & Voss[edit]

Bock[edit]

(John W. Bock)

Boeing[edit]

Bohatyrew[edit]

(Michal Bohatyrew)

Bohemia[edit]

(HALLER, Oldřich)

Böhm[edit]

Bölkow[edit]

Bolton[disambiguation needed][edit]

Bonn[disambiguation needed][edit]

Bonnet[edit]

(Pierre Bonnet - Louis Clément - Henri Mignet)

Bonnet-Labranche[edit]

(Émile Bonnet-Labranche / Ateliers vosgiens Saint Dié)

Bonomi[edit]

(Aeronautica Bonomi)

Borchn-Anemon[edit]

(BORCHN, A. A. & ANEMON, O. K.)

Borghese[edit]

Borzecki[edit]

(Jozef Borzecki)

Bottini[edit]

Boulay-Ferrier[edit]

(Jacques Boulay & Hubert Ferrier)

Boulay-Menin[edit]

(Jacques Boulay & Menin)

Bourieau-Chapautau[edit]

Bowers (glider constructor)[edit]

Bowlus[edit]

(Michael Bowlus)

Bowlus-du Pont[edit]

(William Hawley Bowlus)

Bramingham[edit]

Bräutigam[edit]

(Bernhard Bräutigam / Flugzeugbau Braütigam G.m.b.H. Weimar)

Brditschka[edit]

(Heinz Brditschka)

Breeze[edit]

Bréguet[edit]

(Société anonyme des ateliers d'aviation Louis Breguet)

Bremen-Lane[edit]

Bremer[edit]

(Karl Bremer)

Briegleb[edit]

(William G. Briegleb)

Briffaud[edit]

(Georges Briffaud)

Bright Star[edit]

Bristol[edit]

(Bristol Aeronautical Corporation)

Bristol[edit]

(Bristol Aeroplane Company)

Brno[edit]

(Brno Technical university)

Broburn[edit]

(Broburn Sailplanes Ltd, Woodley)

Brochet[edit]

(Avions Maurice Brochet / Constructions Aéronautiques Maurice Brochet)

Brochocki[edit]

(Stefan Brochocki, Witold Kasper and A. Bodek)

Brokker (glider constructor)[edit]

Brondel[edit]

(Christian Brondel)

Brookes[edit]

(Wilfred Brookes)

Brown[edit]

(Vincent Brown & STC-GC (Sydney Technical College Gliding Club))

Bruni[edit]

(Giovanni Bruni / Aéroclub Vergiate)

Bryan Aircraft Company[edit]

See Schreder.

Brylinski[edit]

(Brylinski, Jacques & Wehrle, Jean)

BS (glider constructor)[edit]

BSV[edit]

(Berliner Segelflugvereins - HOHMUTH, Otto)

Buchanan[edit]

(John Buchanan)

Bucher Leichtbau[edit]

(Heinrich Bucher) see Farner

Budig[edit]

(Friedrich Wilhelm Budig)

Bums[edit]

(Bunzli, Henri René / Société de Construction d'Appareils Aériens, Levallois)

Burbulmate[edit]

Busso[edit]

Butterworth-Ypinazar[edit]

Buxton[edit]

(G. Mungo Buxton)

Buxton[edit]

(Jay Buxton)

Bydgoszczy[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ a b Cynk, Jerzy B. (1971). Polish Aircraft 1893–1939. London: Putnam. ISBN 978-0-370-00085-5.
  3. ^ "Bachem Lerche". J2mcl planeurs (in French). 10 September 2013. Retrieved 19 October 2017.
  4. ^ a b Gugju, Ion; Gheorghe Iacobescu; ovidiu Ionescu. Romanian Aeronautical Constructions 1905 - 1974. Brasov.
  5. ^ a b c d Opdycke, Leonard E. (1999). French Aeroplanes before the Great War. Atglen: SchifferPublishing Limited. ISBN 0 7643 0752 5.
  6. ^ Parmentier, Bruno (17 January 2013). "Bellanger-Denhaut, Planeur expérimental par Aviafrance". Aviafrance (in French). Paris. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
  7. ^ "Bellanger-Denhaut BD-1". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net (in French). 6 September 2010. Retrieved 10 March 2018.
  8. ^ "The Rise and Demise of a Weapon (1)". Air Enthusiast (1972–03).
  9. ^ Schneider, Helmut (1936). Flugzeug-Typenbuch 1936 (pdf)|format= requires |url= (help) (in German) (1936 ed.). Leipzig: Herm. Beyer Verlag. p. 17.
  10. ^ a b Taylor, John W. R.. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982–83. Jane's Publishing Company. London. 1983. ISBN 0-7106-0748-2

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