List of gliders (M)

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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.

M[edit]

M&D[edit]

(M&D Flugzeugbau, Germany)

Macetti[edit]

(A.M. Macetti)

MacPherson[edit]

(Gregg MacPherson)

MacPherson[edit]

(Gregg MacPherson)

Maeda[edit]

(Keniti Maeda)

Maggi[edit]

Magnan[edit]

(Dr. A. Magnan)

Magnard[edit]

(Vizille Magnard, Isère)

MAI[edit]

(Moscow Aviation Institute)

Mainelis[edit]

(P. Mainelis)

Malinowski[edit]

(Stefan Malinowski)

Maluquer-Gimeno[edit]

(Juan J. Maluquer, Wahl & Gimeno)

Manicatide[edit]

(Radu Manicatide)

Mantelli[edit]

(Adriano Mantelli)

Manotskov[edit]

(A. Manotskov)

Manuel[edit]

(William L. Manuel)

Marais[edit]

(Charles Marais)

Marcho-Silesia[edit]

(T.H. Marcho-Silesia / Akad. Fliegerschaft Marcho-Silesia)

Marianów[edit]

(Wladyslaw Gallara / O.O.Marianów Secondary Convent School)

Marinavia Farina[edit]

(Domenico Farina / Marinavia Farina SRL)

Markmann[edit]

Marsch[edit]

(J. C. Marsch)

Marsden[edit]

Marske Aircraft[edit]

(Jim Marske, Marion Ohio, United States)

Martens[edit]

(A. Martens)

Martin[edit]

(William H. Martin)

Masak[edit]

(Peter Masak)

Massia-Biot[edit]

(E.D. Massia & Gaston Biot)

Massy[edit]

(Max Massy)

Matejcek[edit]

(Jiri Matejcek / students of the Central Aeronautical Institute, Brno-Medlanky)

Matteson[edit]

(Fred H. Matteson)

Maupin[edit]

(Jim Maupin)

Maxey-Prue[edit]

(Irwin Rue, Lyle Maxey – built by Franck Kearns)

Mayer[edit]

(Hermann Mayer)

Mayer[edit]

(Oldřich Mayer / Oskar Mayer / Státní průmyslová škola, Moravská Ostrava-Vítkovice / Letov)

McAllister[edit]

(Charles McAllister)

McQuilkin[edit]

(Robert J. McQuilkin)

MDM[edit]

(Zaklady Lotnicze Marganski & Myslowski Spolka z o.o. – Margański & Mysłowski Aviation Works) (MDM – Marganski, Dunowska, Makula)

Mead[edit]

(T.E. Mead)

Mehr[edit]

(Franz Xaver Mehr)

Meier[edit]

(Michel-Lorenz Meier Hamburger Aero Club)

Meindl[edit]

(Ob.-Ing. Erich Meindl / Burgfalke Flugzeugbau)

Melsheimer[edit]

(Frank Melsheimer)

Merriam[edit]

(Capt F. W. Merriam)

Merville[edit]

Messerschmitt[edit]

(Wilhelm Emil Messerschmitt / Messerschmitt AG / Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (BFW))

Meteor[edit]

(Meteor C.A., Monfalcone)

Meusel[edit]

  • Horst Meusel / Verein für Luftfahrt e.V., Zittau)
  • Meusel M-IV

Micika[edit]

(Milose Micika)

Midland Gliding Club[edit]

Midwest Sailplane[edit]

Miecyslaw Siegel[edit]

Mignet[edit]

(Henri Mignet)

Mikhaïlovgrad[edit]

Milbert[edit]

(Milbert / Hamburger Flugzeugbau (?))

Miles[edit]

(F.G. Miles Ltd.)

Militi[edit]

Miliunas[edit]

(Miliunas & Oshkinis / Miliunas & Kontrimas)

Miller[edit]

(Terry Miller)

Mineo[edit]

(Michel Minéo)

MIP[edit]

(Gustaw Mokrzycki, Ludwig Moczarski, Jan Idzkowski & Jerzy Ploszajski / Warsaw Technical High School)

Mišurec-Pučan[edit]

(Jindřich Mišurec & Norbert Pučan, Brno)

Mitchell[edit]

(Don Mitchell (aircraft designer))

MKEK[edit]

(Turkish: Makina ve Kimya Endüstrisi Kurumu - Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation)

MLL[edit]

( )

Mlody Lotnik[edit]

(Mlody Lotnik - Antoni Uszacki)

Molino O/Y[edit]

See PIK

Möller[edit]

(Flugzeugbau Möller / Ing. Hans Gunther Möller)

Monaghan[edit]

(Richard Monaghan)

Monnett[edit]

(John T. Monnett)

Montagne Noire[edit]

Montgomery[edit]

(John Joseph Montgomery)

Mooney[edit]

(Walt Mooney)

Moore-Gibson-Emslie[edit]

(L.P. Moore, J. Gibson & K. Emslie / The Birmingham Guild Ltd.)

Moore[edit]

(Arien C. Moore)

Morelli[edit]

(Alberto & Piero Morelli / Aeromere / CVT / Avionautica Rio / CARMAM)

Mori[edit]

(Angelo Mori, GVV Tommaso Dal Molin, Varese)

Moswey[edit]

(Moswey Segelflugzeug-Werke) – (Georg & Heinrich Müller)

Motiekaitis[edit]

(P. Motiekaitis - Lithuania)

Mouillard[edit]

Mroczkowski[edit]

(Antoni von Mroczkowski)

MRsZ[edit]

(MRSz - Magyar Repülési Szövetség Központi Műhelye)

Mudry[edit]

(Avions Mudry Cie, Port d'attache, Cannes Mandelieu)

MSrE[edit]

(Műegyetemi Sportrepülő Egyesület – BME Sportrepülő Association)

  • MSrE M-20 (Rubik R-01) – Ernõ RUBIK and Endre JANCSÓ – MSrE
  • MSrE M-22 – András Szokolay & Endre Jancso – MSrE / Aero Ever Ltd., Aircraft Factory of Transylvania
  • MSrE M-30 Fergeteg
  • EMESE-B – Rubik and Jancsó
  • EMESE-C – re-designed by Tasnádi

Müller[edit]

(K. Müller)

Muramaya[edit]

Muraszew & Tomaszewski[edit]

Musachevo[edit]

(Musachevo glider workshop / L. Panov and D. Panchovsky, R. Radomirov, D. Panchovski & Vlychev )

Musger[edit]

(Edwin Musger)

Muszyński[edit]

(Zbigniew Muszynski)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ "THE MAGNAN MONOPLANE GLIDER: A French Machine Designed for Gust-Soaring". Flight: 0043–0044. 24 January 1924. Retrieved 7 January 2017.
  3. ^ a b Taylor, John W.R. FRHistS. ARAeS (1962). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1962-63. London: Sampson, Low, Marston & Co Ltd.
  4. ^ Taylor, John W. R.. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982–83. Jane's Publishing Company. London. 1983. ISBN 0-7106-0748-2
  5. ^ Brown, Don L. (1970). Miles Aircraft since 1925 (1st ed.). London: Putnam & Company Ltd.
  6. ^ Nowarra, Heinz J. (1993). Die Deutsche Luftruestung 1933-1945 Vol.4 – Flugzeugtypen MIAG-Zeppelin (in German). Koblenz: Bernard & Graefe Verlag. ISBN 3-7637-5468-7.
  7. ^ "14. Rhön-Segelflug-Wettbewerb 1933. Preisgerichts-Entscheidung" (PDF) (in German): 391. Retrieved 14 June 2016.

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