Jane's All the World Aircraft 1980
Encyclopedia of Aviation - Aircraft A-Z - v5
Polikarpov I-15 in Finnish markings.
М-5 с флотским кодовым номером "37" из состава 1-го корабельного авиаотряда. Черное море, 1916 г.
Shchetinin M-5.
Petlyakov Pe-2.
Petlyakov Pe-2.
Petlyakov Pe-2s.
Polikarpov R-5.
Tupolev Tu-104s.
Tupolev Tu-114 Rossiya.
Captured Polikarpov Po-2 in Soviet colours.
Polikarpov Po-2 air ambulance with underwing panniers.
Yakovlev Yak-3U
Yakovlev Yak-1.
On Mark Marksman.
North American B-25 Mitchell.
North American Mitchell IIs (B-25Cs).
North American RB-45C Tornado being refuelled from a Superfortress tanker.
Northrop M2-F2 under the wing of its B-52 motherplane.
North American X-15A after launch from its motherplane.
Sopwith Camel being launched from the airship R23 during post-war parasite fighter experiments.
Republic F-84E Thunderjets.
The 4,457th and last Republic F-84 Thunderjet.
North American F-86F Sabre of the JASDF.
North American F-86F Sabres flown by the JASDF.
North American F-86H Sabre.
Vought F-8D Crusaders.
North American AJ-2 tanker refuelling an F8U-1 Crusader.
Soko G2-A Galebs.
Two-seat version of the Soko/CIAR Orao/IAR-93 (foreground) with single-seater.
SEPECAT Jaguar GR.1s.
SEPECAT Jaguar GR.1.
SEPECAT Jaguar International.
Westland Lynx AH.1.
Westland/Aerospatiale Lynx HAS.2
Yokosuka MXY 7 Ohka.
PZL P-11s
PZL P-11c
North American P-51A Mustang.
North American P-51D Mustangs (three in foreground) of the British-based 8th Air Force.
North American Mustang in RAAF service.
Potez 540.
SIAI-Marchetti SF.260MS.
Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk.
Sopwith 1 1/2-Strutter.
Rare photograph of a Sopwith 1 1/2 -Strutter on board a US Navy vessel in 1920.
Spad A.4 in Russian service.
Spad VII.
British-built Spad VII.
Spad XIII.
Spad XIII
K5054 был впервые показан 300 приглашенным гостям 18 июня 1936 года на демонстрации самолетов фирмы "Vickers" в Истли, На снимке: K4049 - прототип бомбардировщика В.9/32 (позднее служившего под именем Wellington); K7556 - предсерийный бомбардировщик Wellesley и K5780 - девятая серийная амфибия Walrus. В 1938 году "Supermarine Aviation Works (Vickers) Ltd" и ее головная компания "Vickers (Aviation) Ltd of Weybridge" объединились в фирму "Vickers-Armstrong Limited".
Supermarine Spitfire prototype on view to the public in 1936 alongside a Walrus, the prototype Wellesley and prototype Wellington.
Supermarine Spitfire VCs under construction.
Supermarine Spitfires seek out the enemy.
North American AT-6D Texan.
North American Harvard's of No 3 Flying Training School, Feltwell, England.
North American SNJ-5.
North American AT-16 in Netherlands service.
North American T-28B Trojan.
Sud-Aviation Fennec.
PacAero Nomad.
Panavia Tornado IDS (interdictor-strike) version.
First production Panavia Tornado GR.1 interdictor/strike aircraft.
Short 830.
Short 320.
US Marine Corps Sikorsky HRS-1 (S-55) carries supplies to a hilltop position during the Korean War.
Voisin Type V flown by the RFC.
Tupolev TB-3.
Tupolev Tu-16 Badger F.
Vultee YA-19.
Из всего семейства Ту-95 наиболее часто самолеты авиации США и НАТО перехватывали советские самолеты целеуказания и разведки Ту-95РЦ, следившие за натовскими боевыми кораблями.
Tupolev Bear-D.
Tupolev Tu-142 Bear-D.
Tupolev Tu-134.
North American FJ-1 Fury.
North American AJ-1 Savage.
North American AJ-2P Savages.
North American AJ-2 tanker refuelling an F8U-1 Crusader.
North American RA-5C Vigilante.
North American RA-5C Vigilante.
North American A-5A Vigilante.
Vought A-7A Corsair IIs.
Vought A-7A Corsair II.
Supermarine Attacker FB.2.
Westland Wyvern carrying 16 rockets and a torpedo.
Yakovlev Yak-36 Forger-A.
SNCASE Aquilon.
Ryan NYP Spirit of St Louis.
Curtiss R3C-3, a re-engined R3C-2, stalled and capsized during practice for the 1926 Schneider Trophy contest.
Northrop XB-35.
Northrop X-4 Bantam.
Northrop HL-10
Pfalz D.III replica.
Tupolev Tu-22 Blinder-A
Yakovlev Yak-24s.
Saab SK 60C with reconnaissance nose.
Saab 105O delivered to Austria.
Piasecki H-21A Workhorse.
Tupolev R-6.
Two Sikorsky S-58s operated by Sabena.
Republic F-105 Thunderchiefs.
Republic F-105D Thunderchief fighter-bombers.
North American F-100C Super Sabres.
North American F-100 Super Sabres flying over Vietnam.
Tupolev Tu-144.
Tupolev Tu-154B.
Sikorsky S-16.
Westland Widgeon.
Yakovlev Yak-25.
First two Sikorsky CH-53D/GS built for Germany.
Northrop F-5As.
Tupolev ANT-20 Maxim Gorki.
Як-28Р ОКБ им. А.С.Яковлева
Yakovlev Yak-28 Brewer-C.
Piasecki HRP-1 (PV-3).
Piasecki HRP-2.
Демонстрационная посадка HUP-1 на палубу авианосца
Piasecki HUP-1 Retriever.
Piasecki XHJP-1.
Piasecki HUP-2 Retrievers.
Interior of the Piasecki XHJP-1.
Tupolev Tu-2.
Yakovlev Yak-23.
Yakovlev Yak-23 in Polish markings.
Artist's impression of the Sukhoi Su-24.
One of two Piasecki YH-16 Transporter helicopters built for evaluation by the USAF.
Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2a.
Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2e, with machine-gun in forward cockpit.
Westland Sea King HAR.3.
Westland Sea King HAS.2.
PacAero Tradewind
Pilatus PC-6/B2-H2 Turbo-Porter
Pilatus PC-6/B1 Turbo-Porter agricultural aircraft.
Sukhoi Su-9s.
Replica of the Vickers F.B.5 Gunbus.
Vickers F.B.9.
25 марта 1918г.: раскисший аэродром во Франции с самолетами-разведчиками R.E.8 из 15-й эскадрильи RFC и их экипажами.
Royal Aircraft Factory R.E.8s.
PZL-Swidnik (Mil) Mi-2 crop-duster.
Short 74.
Short Folder.
Vickers Vimy.
PZL P-23A Karas A.
PZL P-43A for Bulgaria.
Rockwell International OV-10As.
Rockwell International OV-10D.
North American XB-70A Valkyrie.
Northrop P-61 Black Widow.
Santos-Dumont 14bis.
Santos-Dumont Demoiselle.
Voisin biplane flown by Louis Paulhan.
Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5as.
Replica Plans SE-5A.
Rumpler 6B-1.
PZL-Mielec M-18 Dromader.
Wright Glider No 1 being flown as a kite.
Wright Model A.
PWS 10.
"Лизандр" III в полете
Westland Lysander
Westland Lysander I.
Savoia S.16ter.
Tupolev ANT-9.
Polikarpov I-16s.
North American RB-45C Tornado being refuelled from a Superfortress tanker.
Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane.
PZL 104 Wilga 35.
Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer Series 3s for Malaya.
Ryan Navion.
Piper PA-20 Pacer and PA-22 Tri-Pacer.
Piper PA-22 Colt.
Instrument panel of a Piper Tri-Pacer.
Rockwell Alpine Commander (foreground), Turbo Commander 690B (centre) and Shrike Commander 500S.
Rockwell Shrike Commander 500S.
Republic P-47M Thunderbolt with triple rocket tubes under each wing.
Republic P-47N Thunderbolts.
UTVA-75.
Zlin 726 Universal.
Piper PA-18 Super Cub.
Piper PA-18A Super Cub.
Sud-Aviation Vautour II-B.
Sud-Aviation Vautour II-Bs and Vautour II-N (second from right).
Transall C-160F.
Sukhoi Su-17 Fitter-C.
Yakovlev Yak-42.
Yakovlev Yak-18T.
Westland Wasp HAS.1.
Two Supermarine S.6Bs flank the S.6.
Northrop F-89H Scorpion.
Shorts SC.7 Skyvan Srs 3.
Northrop F-18L prototype multi-role land-based fighter, counterpart of the US Navy's McDonnell Douglas Hornet.
Pfalz D.XII.
Robin DR 400/140B Major.
Robin DR 400/180 Regent.
Robin R 2112.
Zeppelin Staaken R.VI.
Northrop F-5B.
Vickers Viscount 802.
Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican.
Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican.
Shorts 330.
Reims FTB 337.
Northrop Delta.
Parnall Panther.
Saunders-Roe Skeeter.
Supermarine Swift in use as a missile testbed.
Supermarine Swift FR.5s.
Saab Safari
Saab Safari.
Saab Supporters in Pakistani Air Force markings.
Sikorsky S-56, flown by the US Army as the H-37 Mojave.
Standard J-1.
Standard Mailplane.
Sopwith Pup being lifted onto the deck of HMS Furious.
Sopwith Pup.
Pilatus PC-7 Turbo-Trainers.
Pilatus PC-7 Turbo-Trainers.
Northrop T-38A Talon.
Sopwith T.1 Cuckoos on board HMS Furious.
Saunders-Roe SR.A/1.
Short Sturgeon TT.2 target-towing aircraft.
North American T-39A Sabreliner.
Rockwell Sabreliner 60.
Rockwell Sabreliner 65.
Rockwell Sabreliner 75A.
Sud-Aviation SA 3200 Frelon.
North American P-82D Twin Mustang.
Pfalz E.I.
Pfalz E.V.
Savoia-Marchetti S.62bis.
Sikorsky Le Grand.
Rockwell International XFV-12A on its test rig.
Rockwell International XFV-12A.
The foundation of the greatness of the House of Sopwith may be said to have been laid with the "Tabloid" biplane, shown here, which was the forerunner of the Schneider Trophy winner and of the "Pup" and "Camel."
Sopwith Tabloid.
Westland-built turbine-powered development of the S-55, flown by the RAF as the Whirlwind HAR.10 search and rescue aircraft.
Sukhoi Su-7BM.
Westland Wessex HAS.1, a development of the Sikorsky S-58.
The Westland Wessex HAS.1 evolved from the S-58.
One of the stages in the evolution of the Sikorsky VS-300, the first practical helicopter developed by Igor Sikorsky. The VS-300 on its first flight on 14 September 1939;
Sikorsky VS-300 in early form, with Igor Sikorsky at the controls.
Saunders-Roe SR.53.
North American X-15.
North American X-15A after launch from its motherplane.
Northrop M2-F2 under the wing of its B-52 motherplane.
Short SC.1 VTOL research aircraft of 1957, powered by five Rolls-Royce RB.108 turbojet engines (four mounted vertically and one horizontally).
Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.12a.
Rockwell International T-2C Buckeye.
PZL-Mielec M-15 Belphegor.
Yakovlev Yak-12.
Zlin 42.
Saab 21Rs.
Spitfire Mk 21 (на переднем плане) в одном строю с прототипом Mk 22 (PK312). Лишь Mk 21 успели принять участие в войне. Хотя Mk 22 и Mk 24 поступили на вооружение в конце 1940-х годов, служба их была недолгой из-за наступления эпохи реактивной авиации.
Supermarine Spitfire F.21s and a single F.22 (centre).
Westland Whirlwind I, powered by two 660 kW (885 hp) Rolls-Royce Peregrine I engines. Of 200 ordered for the RAF, only 112 were delivered, first becoming operational as long-range fighters and fighter-bombers in late 1940. Maximum speed was 579 km/h (360 mph).
Reggiane Re 2000 Falco Is.
Reggiane Re 2001 Falco II.
Reggiane Re 2005 Sagittario.
Истребитель PZL P-7a.
PZL P-7as.
PZL P-6 at the National Air Races at Cleveland in 1931.
PZL P-24C.
Seversky P-35.
Seversky EP-1.
Republic YP-43 Lancer.
K5054 был впервые показан 300 приглашенным гостям 18 июня 1936 года на демонстрации самолетов фирмы "Vickers" в Истли, На снимке: K4049 - прототип бомбардировщика В.9/32 (позднее служившего под именем Wellington); K7556 - предсерийный бомбардировщик Wellesley и K5780 - девятая серийная амфибия Walrus. В 1938 году "Supermarine Aviation Works (Vickers) Ltd" и ее головная компания "Vickers (Aviation) Ltd of Weybridge" объединились в фирму "Vickers-Armstrong Limited".
Supermarine Spitfire prototype on view to the public in 1936 alongside a Walrus, the prototype Wellesley and prototype Wellington.
Vickers Wellesley Is.
K5054 был впервые показан 300 приглашенным гостям 18 июня 1936 года на демонстрации самолетов фирмы "Vickers" в Истли, На снимке: K4049 - прототип бомбардировщика В.9/32 (позднее служившего под именем Wellington); K7556 - предсерийный бомбардировщик Wellesley и K5780 - девятая серийная амфибия Walrus. В 1938 году "Supermarine Aviation Works (Vickers) Ltd" и ее головная компания "Vickers (Aviation) Ltd of Weybridge" объединились в фирму "Vickers-Armstrong Limited".
Supermarine Spitfire prototype on view to the public in 1936 alongside a Walrus, the prototype Wellesley and prototype Wellington.
Vickers Wellington IA.
The Wellington DWI used a magnetic coil weighing some 2 1/2 tons for seeking out German magnetic mines.
Vickers Wellington with a degaussing ring.
Vickers Wellington fuselages under construction.
Р.108B из 274-й эскадрильи, 1943 г.
Piaggio P.108B.
Savoia-Marchetti S.M.85.
Vultee A-35 Vengeance.
Renard R.31.
Vickers Vincent.
Westland Wapiti IIAs.
Northrop A-17A.
Northrop 8A-3N.
Sikorsky R-4B.
Sikorsky R-4.
Vought O2U-4 Corsairs.
Potez 25.
Potez 39.
Saro Cloud.
Saro London I.
Saro Londons, Lerwick (right) and R2/33 (left) under construction.
Saro Londons, Lerwick (right) and R2/33 (left) under construction.
Short Sunderland V.
Supermarine Stranraers.
K5054 был впервые показан 300 приглашенным гостям 18 июня 1936 года на демонстрации самолетов фирмы "Vickers" в Истли, На снимке: K4049 - прототип бомбардировщика В.9/32 (позднее служившего под именем Wellington); K7556 - предсерийный бомбардировщик Wellesley и K5780 - девятая серийная амфибия Walrus. В 1938 году "Supermarine Aviation Works (Vickers) Ltd" и ее головная компания "Vickers (Aviation) Ltd of Weybridge" объединились в фирму "Vickers-Armstrong Limited".
Supermarine Spitfire prototype on view to the public in 1936 alongside a Walrus, the prototype Wellesley and prototype Wellington.
Supermarine Sea Otter.
Schavrov Sch-2.
Sikorsky S-43.
Vought OS2U-1s.
Vickers Vildebeest IV (left) and Vildebeest II.
Yokosuka D4Y1 Suisei.
Vickers Valentia.
SNCAC NC 701.
Savoia-Marchetti S.M.75 Marsupiale.
Savoia-Marchetti S.M.82 Canguro.
Stampe et Vertongen S.V.4B.
PFA Luton L.A.4a Minor.
Percival Q-6.
Percival Gull Six.
Short Empire Flying Boat Canopus being rolled out.
Short S.30 Empire Flying Boat Cabot.
Promenade cabin of a Short Empire Flying Boat.
Praga E-114D.
Sud-Est SE 161 Languedoc.
Potez 56.
Piaggio P.32.
Tachikawa Army Ki-9.
North American NA-16-4M in Swedish service.
Ryan PT-20
Ryan STM.
Ryan PT-22-type seaplane for the Dutch Navy.
Stearman PT-13.
Stearman N2S-5
Stinson SR-9C Reliant.
Stinson SR Reliant
Waco VKS-7.
Short Scion-Senior.
Macchi M.39.
PZL 106A Kruk.
PZL 106A Kruk two-seat training version, with instructor's seat in place of hopper.
Percival Proctor I.
Air signaller trains in a Percival Proctor.
Short Solent.
Vickers Valetta C.1.
Saab 21A.
Saab 17s.
S 18A reconnaissance version of the Saab 18
B 18B version of the Saab 18.
Vultee BT-13.
Piper J-3C-65 Cub.
Piper J-4 Cub Coupe.
Piper L-4s operated in the China/Burma theatre during World War II.
Republic RC-3 Seabee.
Sikorsky S-51.
Sikorsky S-51.
Sikorsky H-5H, operated by the USAF from 1959.
Stinson L-5 Sentinel
Stinson Voyager 150.
Waco CG-15A.
Waco CG-3A.
A total of 329 Viggens has been ordered for Flygvapnet of which 149 will be JA 37s, these following 180 first-generation Viggens including 110 AJ 37s and the remainder comprising a mix of SK 37s, SF 37s and SH 37s. The photograph illustrate an SF 37 of F 13's reconnaissance squadron with a camera nose and (port fuselage pylon) night camera and illumination pod;
Saab AJ 37 Viggen.
Spad XII.
Spad XIV.
Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2b.
Shchetinin M-9.
Lt. Nils Rodehn poses with a Swedish Army Thulin typ (Type) K single-seat fighter. Eighteen Thulin Ks were built in 1917, sixteen going to the Dutch Army in 1920. In 4 1/2 years. 1914-18. Dr. Enoch Thulin designed fourteen types and six engines. Type K had a 105-h.p. Thulin A rotary which gave a maximum speed of 93 m.p.h.; cruise. 81 m.p.h.; landing. 53 m.p.h . Climb. 3.300 ft . in 4 min . with ceiling of 20.000 ft. Span. 29 ft. 9 in .; length. 21 ft. 4 in.
Zlin Z 50 L.
First Northrop Gamma
Loading a stretcher into a USMC Sikorsky HO5S-1 during the Korean War.
Sud-Aviation SO 1221 Djinn.
Piasecki PV-2
Sikorsky S-76 Spirit.
Sikorsky S-76 Spirit,
Robinson Model R22.
Short Belfast.
SIPA 111
North American TB-25K Mitchell.
Vickers Vanguard 953.
Piper PA-28 Cherokee 140.
Piper PA-28 Cherokee 180.
Piper PA-28-151 Cherokee Warrior
Piper PA-28-235 Cherokee Pathfinder
Piper PA-28 Cherokee 235.
Piper PA-28-181 Archer II.
Piper PA-28-201T Turbo Dakota.
Piper PA-28 Cherokee Arrow.
Piper PA-28RT-201 Arrow IV.
Rockwell Alpine Commander (foreground), Turbo Commander 690B (centre) and Shrike Commander 500S.
Rockwell Turbo Commander 690B.
Westland Wallace II.
Piper PA-30 original version of the Twin Comanche.
Saab 32 Lansens.
Saab A 32As.
Siemens-Schuckert D.IV.
Pitts S-2A Special.
Pitts S-2S Special.
Transavia PL- 12 Airtruk.
В октябре 1956 года к летным испытаниям присоединился третий и последний прототип WW134. В январе 1957 года он начал корабельные испытания. Фотография датируется 18-25 июля 1957 года. Второй на заднем плане - это четвертый серийный самолет XD215.
VFW-Fokker 614.
RFB Fantrainer 400.
Snow S-2.
Supermarine Sea Lion II winning the 1922 Schneider Trophy contest.
Vought VE-7H floatplane.
Scottish Aviation Pioneer CC.1.
Northrop F-5E Tiger IIs.
Sopwith Baby.
Ryan FR-1 Fireball.
Sikorsky CH-53E.
Wassmer WA-41 Baladou.
Partenavia P.68 Observer.
Vickers Virginia bombers.
Saab 210, built and flown to evaluate the double-delta configuration.
Savoia S.12.
Commercial version of the Savoia S.13.
SNECMA C.450-01 Coleoptere.
Packard-Le Pere LUSAC-11.
Panavia Tornado F.2 air-defence variant.
Swearingen (Fairchild) Merlin IIIB.
Swearingen Merlin IVA.
Swearingen Metro II.
Rollason Turbulent.
Shin Meiwa PS-1 water-bomber.
Shin Meiwa US-1
Piper PA-31-325 Navajo C/R.
Piper PA-31P Pressurised Navajo.
Piper PA-31-350 Chieftain.
Short Seamew.
Payne Knight Twister.
Piel CP.301B Emeraude.
Pilatus P-3.
Rollason Condor.
Piaggio P.136.
Saab 91B Safir.
Northrop C-125 Raider.
Fairchild (Pilatus) AU-23A Peacemaker.
Pilatus P-2.
Sud-Est SE 2010 Armagnac.
Percival Prentice T.1.
Percival Prentice T.1.
SIAI-Marchetti SA.202 Bravo.
Piaggio P.148.
Piaggio P.149D.
Saro Londons, Lerwick (right) and R2/33 (left) under construction.
Spartan C-3.
Tachikawa Army Ki-74 long-range bomber, powered by two Mitsubishi Ha-104 engines. Internal bomb load was 1,000 kg (2,205 lb).
Ryan B.1 Brougham.
Ryan B.5 Brougham.
Piper PA-23 Aztec 250
Piper Turbo Aztec F.
Interior of a Piper Apache 235.
North American F-107A.
Sportavia Avion-Planeur RF4D (farthest aircraft) and RF5.
Sportavia SFS 31 Milan.
Sportavia Avion-Planeur RF-7.
Sportavia RS 180 Sportsman
Rockwell Commander 700.
Royal Aircraft Factory R.E.7.
Travel Air biplane of 1929.
North American P-64.
PFA Currie Wot.
Sikorsky HH-52A.
Vickers F.B.12 (left) and F.B.14.
Piaggio P.166M.
Piaggio P.166-DL3
Piper PA-17 Vagabond.
Piper PA-16 Clipper.
Piper PA-17 Vagabond.
Piper PA-20 Pacer and PA-22 Tri-Pacer.
Rockwell Jetprop Commander 980.
Socata ST 10 Diplomate.
Aircraft of the basic Rallye series are similar externally. This light Rallye airframe is used for the Galopin, Garnement and Galerien.
PZL 110 Koliber.
Socata Guerrier in ground support configuration, with rocket packs and gun pods.
Thorp T-18 Tigers.
Sikorsky S-61N.
Romeo Ro.5.
Piper PA-34 Seneca.
PZL-Mielec M-20 Mewa
Pazmany PL-1 Laminar.
Percival P.50 Prince Series I.
Rockwell Alpine Commander (foreground), Turbo Commander 690B (centre) and Shrike Commander 500S.
Rockwell Alpine Commander.
Rockwell Gran Turismo Commander.
Short Bomber.
Rutan VariEze.
Taylor J.T.1 Monoplane.
Ted Smith Aerostar 600A.
Arrow two-seat light biplane, built by Spartan Aircraft Limited in the UK. Powered by a 78 kW (105 hp) Cirrus Hermes II engine.
Sperry M-1 Messenger.
PIK PIK-20E motor glider, based on the PIK-20D sailplane.
PIK PIK-15
Piper PA-25 Pawnee D.
Chincul-built Piper PA-36 Pawnee Brave.
Short Sandringham 2.
Northrop Pioneer.
Oberlerchner Job 15.
Partenavia P.57 Fachiro II-f.
Partenavia P.66C-160 Charlie.
Phonix D.III.
Phonix D.III in Swedish service as the J1.
Piaggio P.50.
Piaggio PD-808
Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser.
Short G-class Golden Hind.
Piper PA-32 Cherokee SIX 300.
Piper PA-42 Cheyenne III.
Piper PA-44-180 Seminole.
Republic RF-84F Thunderflash.
Potez 842 prototype.
Potez 841.
Procaer F15E Picchio.
SEPECAT Jaguar E.
SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019E.
RotorWay Scorpion Toos.
RotorWay Scorpion Too.
Quickie Aircraft Corporation Quickie.
Ryan M-1.
Sablatnig P.I.
Saro Windhover.
Savoia-Marchetti S.59.
Savoia-Marchetti S.66.
Savoia-Marchetti S.M.95.
SCAN 20.
Seversky SEV 3M-WW, three of which were bought by Colombia.
SIA 7B.
SIAI-Marchetti S.205.
SIAI-Marchetti S.208M.
Sikorsky S-38.
Sikorsky S-41.
Standard E-1
Sikorsky S-58T.
Taylorcraft Model F-19 Sportsman 100.
Voisin Type X.
Voisin Type VIII flown by the AEF.
Vickers-built Wibault 72.
The unsuccessful but impressive twelve-passenger Potez XXII of 1922, powered by three Gnome-Rhone-built Bristol Jupiter engines.
Silvercraft SH-4A.
Silvercraft SH-200
PZL 101A Gawron.
Piasecki VZ-8P Airgeep, an experimental VTOL aircraft and ground vehicle developed for the US Army.
Smith DSA-1 Miniplane.
Zenair Zenith-CH 200.
Piel CP.80.
Practavia Sprite.
Sport Aircraft Mini Coupe.
Parker Teenie Two.
PDQ Aircraft Products PDQ-2 lightweight homebuilt sporting aircraft (36 hp Rockwell JLO-LB-600-2 engine)
Rand Robinson KR-2.
Smyth Model S Sidewinder.
Spratt Model 105, landplane counterpart of the Model 107.
Stewart JD2FF Foo Fighter.
Stolp SA-500 Starlet.
Stolp SA-900 V-Star.
Rutan Defiant.
Savoia-Marchetti S.65, entered in the 1929 Schneider Trophy contest.
SIAI-Marchetti S.210.
PZL P-12 amphibian in which Pulawski was killed.
Orenco (Ordnance Engineering Corporation) Model A, a two-seat primary trainer built as the company's first product. Orenco's most successful aircraft was the Model D fighter (223.5 kW; 300 hp Hispano engine), 50 of which went to the US Army.
Piper PA-60-290 Aerostar 600A.
SIPA 901s.
Skyote Aeromarine Skyote.
SNCAC NC 840 Chardoneret
Spartan Zeus prototype.
Starck AS-37
Incomplete Taylor Bird
Vickers F.B.12 (left) and F.B.14.
Watson GW-1 Windwagon.
Wright Model K.