List of civil aircraft

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For a listing of civil and military aircraft without descriptions, see List of aircraft.

List of civil aircraft is a list of articles on civilian aircraft with descriptions, which excludes aircraft operated by military organizations in civil markings, warbirds, warbirds used for racing, replica warbirds and research aircraft.

A

AASI

ABC Motors

Abraham

ACAC

ACBA (Aéro Club du Bas Armagnac)

Ace Aircraft

  • Ace Baby Ace single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt
  • Ace Junior Ace single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt
  • Ace Scooter single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt

Acro Sport

Adam

ADI (Aircraft Designs Inc.)

A.E.G.

  • AEG J.II 2 passenger biplane modified with passenger cabin from ground attack biplane
  • AEG N.I biplane modified with passenger cabin from bomber

Aero Engineers Australia

Aermacchi

(for earlier types see Macchi)

Aerion

Aero Vodochody

Aero Boero

Aero-Cam

Aero Commander

Aero Ltd

Aerokopter

Aeromarine/Aeromarine-Klemm

Aeromot

Aeronca

Aero Spacelines

Aérospatiale

(see also Eurocopter & SOCATA)

Aerostar

Agusta

AgustaWestland

Ahrens

Air Tractor

Airbus

Airco

(for later designs see de Havilland)

Airspeed

Air Creation

Albatros

Aleksandrov-Kalinin

Allegro LSA

Alpha

  • Alpha 2000 The Robin R2000 now manufactured in New Zealand

American Aviation

American Champion

  • American Champion & Bellanca series Series of two-seat utility and aerobatic light aircraft

American Eagle

American Gyro

Anderson Greenwood

ANEC

  • ANEC I single-seat ultralight monoplane

Angel Aircraft Corporation

Ansaldo

Antonov

Antoinette

APM

Arado

Armstrong Whitworth

Arrow

Atlantic Aircraft

(Fokker America, for Dutch aircraft see Fokker)

ATR

Auster

Austin

Avia

Aviamilano

Aviat

Aviation Traders

Aviméta

Avro

Avro Canada

Ayres

B

BAC (British Aircraft Company)

BAC (British Aircraft Corporation)

Bach

BAe

Barkley-Grow

BAT

Bäumer

Beagle Aircraft

Beardmore

Bede

Beechcraft

Bell Helicopter

Bellanca

Beneš-Mráz

Beriev

Bernard

BFW

(for later designs see Messerschmitt)

  • BFW M.17 two-seat ultralight sportsplane
  • BFW M.18 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.19 low-wing single-seat sportsplane
  • BFW M.20 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.23 two-seat sports monoplane
  • BFW M.24 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.27 two-seat sports monoplane
  • BFW M.29 two-seat sports/racing monoplane
  • BFW M.35 two-seat sports monoplane

Blackburn

Blériot

Blériot-SPAD

Bloch

Blohm + Voss

Boeing

Boeing Canada

Boisavia

Bombardier

Bonomi

Boulton & Paul

Brantly

Breese

Breda

Breguet

Bristol

Brown-Young

British Aircraft Manufacturing

Britten-Norman

Brochet

Brunner-Winkle

Buhl

C

CAB

CAMS

  • CAMS 51 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat
  • CAMS 53 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat
  • CAMS 58 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat

Canadair

Canadian Vickers

CAP Aviation (now Apex Aircraft)

Capelis

Caproni

CASA

Caudron

Central Aircraft

Cessna

Champion

Chichester-Miles

Chilton

Chrislea

Christen

Cierva

Cirrus

Civilian

COMAC

Rockwell

Commercial

Commonwealth (US)

Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (Australia)

Comper

Conroy

Consolidated

Convair

Couzinet

  • Couzinet 70 Arc en Ciel trimotor airliner and mailplane

Cranwell

Crawford

  • Crawford CLM all-metal high-wing cabin monoplane using Junkers F.13 parts

C.R.D.A. CANT (Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini)

  • CANT 6 11-passenger trimotor biplane flying boat airliner
  • CANT 10 4-passenger single-engine biplane flying boat airliner
  • CANT 18 single-engine flying boat trainer
  • CANT 22 8–10-passenger trimotor flying boat airliner
  • CANT Z.506A 12–14-passenger trimotor transport floatplane
  • CANT Z.509 trimotor floatplane mailplane
  • CANT Z.1010 5-passenger single-engine airliner
  • CANT Z.1012 3-passenger trimotor airliner

Culver

Cunliffe-Owen

Cunningham-Hall

Curtiss

Curtiss Canada

Curtiss-Reid

Curtiss-Wright

(absorbed Travel Air)

D

Dassault

Davis

  • Davis D-1 light open-cockpit two-seat parasol monoplane

de Havilland

(see also Airco)

de Havilland Australia

de Havilland Canada

Dean-Wilson Aviation

Denney

Deperdussin (Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés)

Desoutter

  • Desoutter three-seat cabin monoplane air taxi

Dewoitine

Diamond

  • Diamond DA20 Two-seat light aircraft and basic trainer
  • Diamond DA40 Four-seat light aircraft/ utility and trainer
  • Diamond DA42 Four-seat twin-engined light aircraft/ utility and trainer
  • Diamond D-Jet Five-seat single-engined light jet aircraft

Dornier

Douglas

(for later types see McDonnell Douglas)

Driggs

Druine

Dyle et Bacalan

E

Eastman

Eclipse Aerospace

Edge

  • Edge 540 aerobatic and racing aircraft

Edgley

EH Industries

English Electric

Embraer

Emigh

Enstrom

  • Enstrom F-28/280/480 three- and five-seat light helicopters

ERCO

Europa

Eurocopter

(see also Aérospatiale)

Extra Aircraft

F

Fairchild

Fairchild Canada

Fairchild Dornier/Swearingen

Farman

FFA

Fiat

Fleet

Focke-Wulf

Fokker

(for US aircraft see Atlantic Aircraft)

Foster, Wikner

Found Brothers

Fournier

Ford

Four Winds

Friedrichshafen

Fuji

G

Government Aircraft Factories

General Aircraft (UK)

General Aviation (US)

Gippsland Aeronautics

Gloster

Granville Brothers

Great Lakes

Grob

Grumman

Gulfstream

H

Hamburger Flugzeugbau

Handley Page

Harbin

Harmon

Hawker Siddeley

Heath

Heinkel

Helio

Heston

Hiller

Hindustan

Hollsmidt

  • Hollsmidt 222 twin-engine two-seat homebuilt cabin utility monoplane

Honda

Howard

Howard

Hurel-Dubois

I

IAI

IAR

ICAR

  • ICAR 36 6-passenger single-engine monoplane airliner

Ilyushin

Indonesian Aerospace

  • IPTN N-250 64/68-seat turboprop regional airliner

Irkut

J

Junkers

K

Kalinin

Kaman Aircraft

Kamov

Kharkov

Kawasaki

Kellett

Kestrel

Keystone

Keystone-Loening

Klemm

  • Klemm Kl 25 open-cockpit two-seat single-engine ultralight monoplane
  • Klemm Kl 32 enclosed three-seat single-engine touring monoplane
  • Klemm Kl 35 open-cockpit two-seat single-engine sports and training monoplane

Koolhoven

L

Laird

Lake

  • Lake LA4, Buccaneer amphibious light aircraft
  • Lake Renegade, Renegade & Turbo Renegade amphibious light aircraft

Lancair

Lasco

  • Lasco Lascoter 6-passenger airliner and mailplane single-engine monoplane

Latécoère

Laville

Lear

Let Kunovice

Letov Kbely

Lincoln-Page

Lioré et Olivier

Lisunov

Lockheed

Lockspeiser

Loening

Luscombe

Luton Aircraft

L.V.G.

  • LVG C.V passenger and mail biplane converted from observation aircraft
  • LVG C.VI passenger and mail biplane converted from observation aircraft

M

Macchi

(for later types see Aermacchi)

Malmö

Mansyu/Manshu

Martin

Martin-Baker

Maule

  • Maule M-4 to M-7 4–5-seat STOL capable light aircraft

McDonnell Douglas

(for earlier types see Douglas)

MD Helicopters

MDM

Messerschmitt

(for earlier designs see BFW)

Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm

Meyers

Mil

Miles

Millicer

Mitsubishi

Monocoupe

Mooney

Morane-Saulnier

(see also SOCATA)

Morrisey/Shinn/Varga

Moss Brothers

  • Moss M.A.1 tandem two-seat low-winged sporting monoplane
  • Moss M.A.2 side by side two-seat low-winged sporting monoplane

Murphy Aircraft

N

Nakajima

National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)

Nationale Vliegtuig Industrie (NVI)

NAMC

New Standard

Nieuport & Nieuport-Delage

Noorduyn

Norsk Flyindustri

North American

Northrop

O

Omega Aircraft

P

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex

Pacific Aerospace

Pander & Son

Parnall

Partenavia

Percival & Hunting Percival

Pheasant Aircraft Company

Piaggio

Pietenpol

Pilatus

Piper

Pitcairn/Pitcairn-Cierva

Polikarpov

Porterfield Aircraft Corporation

Potez

  • Potez 29 single-engine biplane airliner
  • Potez 43 single-engine light utility/touring monoplane
  • Potez 56 twin-engine low-wing monoplane passenger transport
  • Potez 58 single-engine light utility/touring monoplane
  • Potez 60 two-seat parasol utility/trainer monoplane
  • Potez 62 twin-engine monoplane airliner
  • Potez 840 four-engine turboprop executive transport

Praga

PWS

  • PWS-21 single-engine monoplane 4-passenger airliner
  • PWS-24 single-engine monoplane 4-passenger airliner
  • PWS-54 single-engine monoplane 3-passenger airliner

PZL

  • PZL.4 10-passenger trimotor monoplane airliner
  • PZL.5 two-seat open-cockpit sporting and training biplane
  • PZL.16 5-seat single-engine passenger monoplane
  • PZL.19 three-seat sports monoplane
  • PZL.26 three-seat sports monoplane
  • PZL.27 5-seat trimotor monoplane airliner and mailplane
  • PZL.44 Wicher twin-engine 14-passenger airliner

PZL Mielec

PZL Świdnik

PZL Warszawa-Okęcie

Q

Quest Aircraft

Questair

R

Rafaelyants/Polikarpov

Rans

Rawdon Brothers

  • Rawdon T-1 tandem two-seat low-wing utility monoplane

Raytheon

RBVZ (Russo Baltic Wagon Works)

(for later designs Sikorsky)

Rearwin

Renard

  • Renard R.17 four-seat single-engine cabin monoplane intended as a flower deliver aircraft
  • Renard R.30 four-passenger trimotor airliner
  • Renard R.35 20-passenger trimotor airliner

Reims

(licence built Cessna)

Republic

RFB

Robin

Robinson/Redwing

Robinson Helicopter

Rockwell

Rohrbach

Rotorway

Rumpler

  • Rumpler 5A 2 converted reconnaissance biplane used for mail and passengers

Ruschmeyer

Rutan

(see also Scaled Composites)

RWD

  • RWD 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 two-seat open-cockpit sports monoplanes
  • RWD 5 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 6 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 8 two-seat open-cockpit parasol monoplane trainer
  • RWD 9 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 10 single-seat open-cockpit aerobatics monoplane
  • RWD 11 6-passenger twin-engine monoplane airliner
  • RWD 13 three-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 15 5-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 16 two-seat low-wing sports monoplane
  • RWD 17 two-seat open-cockpit aerobatics and training monoplane
  • RWD-19 two-seat low-wing sports monoplane
  • RWD 21 two-seat low-wing touring and sports monoplane

Ryan

  • Ryan M-1 & M-2 single-engine monoplane mailplane
  • Ryan Brougham single-engine monoplane airliner
  • Ryan NYP "Spirit of St. Louis" long distance flight record aircraft based on Brougham
  • Ryan Foursome four-seat cabin monoplane, scaled down from Brougham
  • Ryan ST "Sports-Trainer" single-engine two-seat monoplane sports/trainer
  • Ryan S-C "Sports-Coupe" single-engine cabin monoplane
  • Ryan Navion four-seat cabin single-engine monoplane

S

Saab

SABCA

Sablatnig

Sadler

Salmson

Saunders (Canada)

Saunders-Roe/Saro (UK)

Savoia-Marchetti

(see also SIAI-Marchetti)

Scaled Composites

(see also Rutan)

Scheibe

Schempp-Hirth

Schleicher

Schneider (Australia)

Schweizer

Scottish Aviation

Shanghai/Shaanxi

Shavrov

  • Shavrov Sh-2 single-engine utility monoplane amphibious flying boat

Short Brothers

SIAI-Marchetti

(for earlier designs see Savoia-Marchetti)

Siebel

Sikorsky

(for earlier types see RBVZ)

Sino Swearingen

SIPA (Société Industrielle Pour l'Aéronautique)

Skandinavisk Aero Industri (SAI)

Slingsby

SNCAC/Aérocentre (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre)

SNCAN/Nord (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Nord)

SNCASE/Sud-Est (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud Est)

SNCASO/Sud-Ouest (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud-Ouest)

SOCATA

(for earlier types see Morane-Saulnier)

Sopwith

SPCA (Société Provençale de Construction Aéronautique)

Spectrum

Spartan Aircraft Company(US)

Spartan Aircraft Ltd (UK)

St-Just

St. Louis

Stampe et Vertongen

Star

Stearman Aircraft

(absorbed by Boeing)

Stinson

Stits

Sukhoi

Supermarine

Swallow

Swearingen

T

Tachikawa

Turkish Aviation Industry

Tatra

Taylorcraft

Technoavia

Tecnam

The Airplane Factory

Thruxton

  • Thruxton Jackaroo four-seat passenger biplane modified from de Havilland Tiger Moth

Thurston

Tipsy/Avions Fairey

Toyota

  • Toyota TA-1 prototype single-engine, 4-place aircraft

Transavia

Travel Air

Tupolev

U

Udet

V

Valmet

Van's

  • Van's RV-3 single-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-4 tandem two-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-6 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-7 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-8 tandem two-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-9 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-10 four-seat single-engine low-wing homebuilt
  • Van's RV-11 motorglider project
  • Van's RV-12 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-14 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt

VEB

VFW-Fokker

Vickers-Armstrongs

Victa

VisionAire

Volmer

Vultee

W

Waco

Wassmer

Weatherly

Wedell-Williams

Werkspoor

Westland

Wibault

Widerøe

X

Xi'an

  • Xian MA60 Turboprop regional aircraft, from China
  • Xian MA600 Sixty-seat Turboprop regional aircraft, update from the MA60 from China
  • Xian MA700 Turboprop regional aircraft under development

Y

Yakovlev

Yeoman

Z

Zeppelin

Zivko

Zlin

Zenith

See also

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