List of gliders (H)

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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.

H[edit]

Haefli-Lergier[edit]

(A. Haefli & L. Lergier)

Hafner-Rath[edit]

(Raoul Hafner & Josef Rath)

Hagiwara[edit]

(Hagiwara Kakkuki Seisakusho - Hagiwara Glider Co.)

Haig[edit]

(Larry Haig)

HAL[edit]

(Hindustan Aeronautics Limited)

Hall[edit]

(Stan Hall)

Haller[edit]

(Oldřich Haller)

Halloran-Wedd[edit]

(Clyde Halloran & William G. Wedd)

Hamburg[edit]

(Flugt. Vereins Hamburg)

Handasyde[edit]

(Handasyde Aircraft Company, United Kingdom) (G.A. Handasyde, F. P. Raynham, & Sydney Camm, – Air Navigation Co, Addlestone, Vhertsey, Surrey)

Handcock[edit]

(William Arthur Handcock)

Handley Page[edit]

(Frederick Handley Page)

Hänle[edit]

(Ursula Hänle / Doktor Fiberglas)

Hannover[edit]

(Hannoversche Waggonfabrik A.G)

Harbich[edit]

(Leopold Harbich)

Harth-Messerschmitt[edit]

(Friedrich Harth & Willy Messerschmitt)

Harth-Messerschmitt[edit]

(1922–25)

Hatherleigh[edit]

Hatry[edit]

(Julius Hatry)

Haufe[edit]

(Walter Haufe)

Haufe[edit]

(Walter Haufe)

Havrda[edit]

Hawkridge[edit]

(Hawkridge Aircraft Ltd.)

HB[edit]

(HB Aircraft Industries Luftfahrzeug AG)

Heath[edit]

Heinkel[edit]

(Heinkel Flugzeugwerke / Ernst Heinkel A.G.)

Hendrikson[edit]

(C.J. Hendrikson)

Hentzens[edit]

(F. Hentzens)

Hermanspann[edit]

(Fred Hermanspann & Art Penz)

Herring[edit]

(Otto Lilienthal, Octave Chanute & Augustus Moore Herring)

Hewitt[edit]

(V. V. D. Hewitt)

Hick[edit]

(W. Eddie Hick / Newcastle Gliding Club)

Hikari[edit]

(Fukuda Hikari)

Hill[edit]

( W.T. Geoffrey Hill)

Hill-Kuykendall-Smith[edit]

(Bob Kuykendall, Steve Smith, and Brad Hill)

Hinkler[edit]

(Herbert John Louis "Bert" Hinkler)

Hirth[edit]

(Wolf Hirth)

HKS[edit]

(Entwicklungsgemeinschaft Haase-Kenche-Schmetz - Ernst-Günter Haase, Heiz Kensche & Ferdinand B. Schmetz)

HOAC Flugzeugwerk[edit]

see:Diamond Aircraft

Hoekstra[edit]

(J.K. Hoekstra)

Hofírkův[edit]

(Stanislav Hofírkův)

Hoffmann[edit]

see:Diamond Aircraft

Hofmann[edit]

(Heinrich Hofmann)

Hofmann[edit]

(H. Hofmann / Kegel-Flugzeugbau, Kassel)

Høgslund/Traugott-Olsen[edit]

(Knud Høgslund & Fritz Traugott-Olsen)

Hohmuth[edit]

(Otto Hohmuth - Berliner Segelflieger)

Holdsworth[edit]

(H. Holdsworth)

Holeka[edit]

(Rudolf Holeka)

Holigaus[edit]

(Klaus & Lanaverre Holigaus)

Hollfelder[edit]

Obering. Hans Hollfelder

Holmes[edit]

(Kenneth Holmes)

Holste[edit]

(Max Holste)

Honjo[edit]

(Kiro Honjo & Asahi Miyahara)

Horten[edit]

(Walter & Reimar Horten)

Hosszú-Tišma[edit]

(István Hosszú & Vladimir Tišma)

HpH[edit]

(HPH ltd. Kutná Hora, Czech Republic)

Hrbek[edit]

(Jan Hrbek)

Hrisafovic[edit]

(Nenad Hrisafovic)

Huber-Schmid[edit]

(Karl Huber & Ernst Schmid)

Hug[edit]

(August Hug)

Hulton[edit]

(E.A.S. Hulton

Humek[edit]

Hunziker[edit]

(Raúl Hunziker)

Hutchinson[edit]

(Vernon Hutchinson)

Hütter[edit]

(Wolfgang Hütter & Ulrich Hütter)

HWL[edit]

(Tadeusz Chyliński / Harcerskie Warsztaty Lotnicze (H.W.L.), Warsaw (PO))

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ "H-23C-3". Retrieved 7 April 2013.
  3. ^ ZUERL, HUBERT (1955). Deutsche Segelflugzeuge (einschl. Motorsegler und Muster der Bundesrepublik Österreich) (PDF) (in German). MÜNCHEN: Aero-Verlag. Retrieved 4 April 2015.
  4. ^ Lambert, Mark; Munson, Kenneth; Taylor, Michael J.H., eds. (1991). Jane's all the world's aircraft, 1991-92 (82nd ed.). Coulson, Surrey, UK: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 978-0710609656.
  5. ^ Nowarra, Heinz J. (1993). Die Deutsche Luftruestung 1933-1945 Vol.2 - Flugzeugtypen Erla-Heinkel (in German). Koblenz: Bernard & Graefe Verlag. ISBN 3-7637-5464-4.

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