Jane's All the World Aircraft 1974
01 - Aircraft
WSK-Mielec (Antonov) An-2R agricultural aircraft, in the insignia of a Yugoslav operator
Взлетает Бе-12 авиации ТОФ
Beriev M-12 (Be-12) Tchaika maritime patrol amphibian flying-boat, in service with the Red Banner Black Sea Fleet
Passenger transport version of the Kamov Ka-26 utility helicopter in service with Interflug of East Germany
Mil Mi-8 (V-8) passenger helicopter (two 1,500 shp Isotov TV2-117A turboshaft engines)
Mikoyan MiG-21MF multi-role fighters of the Soviet Air Force, photographed during a visit to France
Mikoyan MiG-25 twin-engined all-weather interceptor (NATO code name "Foxbat-A")
Prototype of the Fairchild Republic A-10A single-seat close-support aircraft
Fairchild Republic A-10A single-seat twin-engined close-support aircraft
Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S. Mk 2B strike aircraft of No. 15 Squadron from RAF Laarbruch
Photograph of Boeing 707-320C four-turbofan passenger/cargo transport aircraft
Cutaway of proposed layout of 707-LRPA cabin, showing disposition of equipment and crew facilities
Boeing Model 707-LRPA as projected to meet Canadian requirements
Steward-Davis Aircraft International STOLmaster transport aircraft conversion of a Fairchild C-119G (Norman E. Taylor)
Concorde 02, the French-built second pre-production aircraft, and the first to be built to production standard, taking off on its maiden flight in January 1973
Concorde 02, the French-assembled second pre-production aircraft, in flight over the Alps
Volpar/DHC Model 4000 Turboprop Beaver (715 ehp AiResearch TPE 331-2U-203 engine)
McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle twin-turbofan air superiority fighter
General Dynamics YF-16 single-seat lightweight fighter prototype
Aeritalia-built Lockheed F-104S multi-purpose combat aircraft ot the Italian Air Force
Prototype Soko G-3 Galeb-3 two-seat training and light tactical attack/reconnaissance aircraft
Harrier GR. Mk 1 with laser rangefinder in modified nose
Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR. Mk 3 of No 20 Squadron, from RAF Wildenrath, over Sardinia
Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR. Mk 3 single-seat V/STOL close-support and reconnaissance aircraft
Soko J-1 Jastreb single-seat light attack aircraft, developed from the Galeb
SEPECAT Jaguar GR. Mk 1 (Jaguar S) single-seat tactical support aircraft, in production for Strike Command of the Royal Air Force
SEPECAT Jaguar S single-seat strike aircraft, with additional side view (top) of Jaguar B two-seat operational training version
Lockheed L-1011-1 TriStar short medium-range transport (three Rolls-Royce RB.211-22B turbofan engines) in the insignia of Air Canada
Lockheed L-1011-1 TriStar wide-bodied short/medium-range transport
First British Army prototype of the Westland Lynx (fifth Lynx to be built), which set up two speed records in 1972
The seventh Lynx (second naval prototype), showing the modified nose contours of this version
Aermacchi M.B.326GB ground attack/training aircraft in the insignia of the Zambian Air Force
Photograph (showing underwing loads) of the M.B. 326K
EMBRAER Aermacchi EMB-326GB in service with the 1st Fighter Group of the Brazilian Air Force, by which it is known as the AT-26 Xavante
Atlas Impala (Aermacchi M.B. 326M) jet trainer of the South African Air Force
Aermacchi M.B.326GB basic training and light tactical attack aircraft
Dassault Mirage III-EBR single-seat fighter ot the Brazilian Air Force
First production Dassault Mirage F1 multi-purpose combat aircraft, seen beneath the nose of a Mirage III.
Beechcraft Bonanza Model V35B (285 hp Continental IO-520-BA engine)
Beechcraft Model G33 Bonanza (260 hp Continental IO-470-N engine)
Beechcraft Bonanza A36 (285 hp Continental IO-520-BA engine)
Beechcraft PD 249, a prototype counter-insurgency version of the A36 Bonanza
Agusta-Bell 206A JetRanger in the insignia of the ALE (Italian Army Aviation)
Bell Model 212 in IFR configuration. Note aerodynamic fin on cabin upper surface to improve lateral stability
Hawker Siddeley Nimrod MR. Mk 1 four-turbofan maritime reconnaissance aircraft of RAF Strike Command
Lockheed RP-3D Orion modified for Project Magnet
Aerospatiale SA 321G Super Frelon anti-submarine helicopter of Flottille 32F, Aeronavale
The first civil Westland-built Gazelle helicopter, in the insignia of Point-to-Point Helicopters Ltd.
Aerospatiale Westland SA 341 Gazelle (590 shp Turbomeca Astazou III turboshaft engine)
Aerospatiale Westland SA 341 Gazelle five-seat light utility helicopter
Caravelle - первый серийный реактивный лайнер возрожденной авиапромышленности Франции - достиг значительных успехов. Компания "Air Inter" использовала Super Caravelle с салоном на 128 мест на местных маршрутах.
Aerospatiale SE 210 Caravelle 12 (two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-9 turbofan engines) in service with Air Inter
SIAI-Marchetti SF.260 three-seat light aircraft, in Sabena Belgian World Airlines insignia
SIAI-Marchetti SF.260W Warrior, armed version of the SF.260MX military trainer
Kaman NUH-2C Seasprite, a one-off modification of the UH-2G to carry Sparrow III or Sidewinder missiles
Kaman HH-2D modified for test-flying Cubic Corporation’s retractable radar antenna in an inflatable radome
Kaman SH-2D Seasprite in LAMPS configuration
Kaman YSH-2E, one of two HH-2Ds modified to carry a new-type radar and improved LAMPS sensors
Kaman SH-2F, latest version ot the Seasprite in LAMPS configuration
Wind tunnel model of the Kaman Sealamp proposal for the Mk III LAMPS specification
Model of Dassault Super Etendard carrier-based fighter
Artist’s impression of Volpar A-28F twin-turboprop version of the North American T-28 Trojan
Provisional three-view drawing of the Panavia 200 MRCA combat aircraf
Aviation Specialties (Sikorsky) S-55T (AiResearch TSE 331-3U-303 turboshaft engine)
Ilyushin Il-76 heavy freight transport (four Soloviev D-30KP turbofan engines)
Photograph of Ilyushin Il-76 four-turbofan heavy freight-carrying transport
Lockheed SR-71A strategic reconnaissance aircraft, landing at Kadena Air Base, Okinawa
Tupolev Tu-95 (“Bear-D” version), with additional side view (bottom) of the related AWACS aircraft code-named “Moss” by NATO
Ilyushin Il-38 anti-submarine/maritime patrol aircraft (four Ivchenko AI-20 turboprop engines)
Kamov Ka-25 anti-submarine helicopter (two Glushenkov turboshaft engines)
Grumman F-14A Tomcat carrier-based multi-mission fighter
Ilyushin Il-62 long-range transport aircraft (four Kuznetsov NK-8-4 turbofan engines) of CAAC, the Chinese state airline
Tupolev Tu-134 medium-range transport aircraft (two Soloviev D-30 turbofan engines) of Interflug
Tupolev Tu-134A medium-range transport aircraft (two Soloviev D-30 turbofan engines) of CSA Czechoslovakian Airlines
Third prototype of the Agusta A 109 Hirundo twin-turbine eight-seat helicopter
F + W (Aerospatiale) SA 316S Alouette III helicopter, one of 60 being built in Switzerland
Aerospatiale SA 319 Alouette III Astazou flying past the crater of the Pacaya volcano in Guatemala
Самолеты A-6C были оснащены оптико-электронной системой TRIM для нанесения ударов по северовьетнамским коммуникациям.
Grumman A-6C with under-fuselage turret housing FLIR sensors and low-light-level TV camera
Grumman KA-6D Intruder tanker of US Navy Squadron VA-165, based on the USS Constellation
Grumman A-6Es, advanced developments of the A-6A Intruder in US Navy service
LTV Aerospace A-7D Corsair II tactical fighter of the USAF
LTV Aerospace YA-7H prototype, a two-seat version of the A-7 Corsair II
Lockheed S-3A Viking ASW aircraft carrying underwing fuel tanks
Lockheed S-3A Viking carrier-based anti-submarine aircraft
Grumman E-2C advanced early-warning aircraft, latest version of the Hawkeye
Swiss Air Force Venom F.B. Mk 50 with nose modified by the Federal Aircraft Factory
Boeing 747SR, short-range version of the Model 747-100
Boeing’s original prototype of the 747, re-engined with four General Electric CF6-50 turbofan engines
Boeing Model 747-200F freighter in the insignia of Seaboard World Airlines
Aero L-39 two-seat jet trainer in its current form, with modified air intakes
Northrop/NASA HL-10 lifting-body research vehicle
Saab 35BS Draken, one of six leased by the Swedish Air Force to the Finnish Air Force for familiarisation training
Boeing Model 727-2J4 three-turbofan short/medium-range airliner in the insignia of Sterling Airways
Boeing 727-100C three-turbofan cargo/passenger transport, with additional side view (bottom) of 727-200
Yakovlev Yak-40 short-haul transport (three Ivchenko AI-25 turbofan engines) operated by the Polish Aircraft Industry Union
Yakovlev Yak-40 short-haul transport. The latest models do not have a pointed fairing forward of the fin/tailplane intersection
Saab 105G close-support and training aircraft (two J85-GE-17B turbojet engines)
Antonov An-12 of the Soviet Air Force, with current enlarged nose radome
Mikoyan MiG-23 variable-geometry fighter with wings spread (top) and swept (bottom)
Mikoyan MiG-23 single-seat variable-geometry fighter
Agusta-Bell 205 multi-purpose helicopter in the insignia of the Imperial Iranian Ground Forces
Agrinautics spray system applied to a Bell Model 205A helicopter
de Havilland Canada DHC-4A Caribou twin-engined transport aircraft in the insignia of the Kuwait Air Force
Hercules W.Mk 2, modified by Marshall of Cambridge for the RAF Meteorological Research Flight
Lockheed C-130E combat transport in service with the Royal Saudi Air Force
Mil Mi-10K lifting a seven-ton assembly to the top of an 820 ft (250 m) chimney of a power station at Volgorechensk in Kostroma Oblast
Tupolev Tu-144 four-turbofan supersonic airliner, landing with its foreplanes extended
Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport in its much-changed production form, with foreplanes and landing gear extended
Tupolev Tu-154 medium/long-range transport (three Kuznetsov NK-8-2 turbofan engines) in landing configuration
VFW-Fokker CH-53G, German-built version of the Sikorsky CH-53, serving with the Federal German Army
Northrop F-5A single-seat fighters in service with the Royal Norwegian Air Force
Northrop RF-5A single-seat reconnaissance fighter, showing the reconnaissance nose unit
The Yakovlev Yak-28 (known to NATO as “Brewer”) with underwing auxiliary fuel tanks
Douglas B-66 test-bed used to flight test the nose radar installation of the F-15 Eagle
The first and second (nearest camera) prototypes of the Dassault Mercure short-haul large-capacity transport
Developed version of the Mercure with JT8D-17 engines and slightly increased span and length
Hawker Siddeley Trident 2E short/medium-range three-turbofan airliner, first of 18 ordered by CAAC of China
Let L-410A Turbolet twin-turboprop light passenger transport
Let L-410A Turbolet twin-turboprop light passenger transport aircraft in the insignia of the Czechoslovak airline Slov-Air
Westland Sea King Mk 43 search and rescue helicopter, one of 10 delivered in 1972 to the Royal Norwegian Air Force
Antonov An-14 Pchelka (two 300 hp Ivchenko AI-14RF engines)
Chinese-built F-6 (MiG-19SF) fighter of the Pakistan Air Force, armed with Sidewinder missile
Helio Model H-295 Super Courier six-seat STOL monoplane (295 hp Lycoming GO-480-G1D6 engine)
Hamilton Westwind III turboprop conversion of a Beech Model 18
Volpar Turboliner, a “stretched” version of the Turbo 18, in service with Air Tourisme Alpin
PC-6/B2 Turbo-Porter taking off with the aid of a Federal Aircraft Factory POH WARO (Pulsated Over Heated Water Rocket) giving a thrust of 5,500 lb (2,495 kg/sec)
Boeing CH-47C Chinook twin-engined medium transport helicopter
Cessna A-37B two-seat light strike aircraft in service in Vietnam
Aerospatiale Westland SA 330F civil transport version of the Puma helicopter
Breguet 1150 Atlantic maritime patrol aircraft (two 6,105 ehp Rolls-Royce Tyne RTy.20 Mk 21 turboprop engines) of the Italian Navy
WSK-Swidnik Mi-2 general-purpose helicopter, passenger version
Agricultural version of the WSK-Swidnik (Mil) Mi-2 helicopter, with externally-mounted hoppers
Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander twin-engined utility transport in para-dropping role
BN-2A-8S version of the Britten-Norman Islander, with extended nose
Britten-Norman Defender military version of the Islander, firing underwing rockets
Tupolev Tu-95 (“Bear-D” version), with additional side view (bottom) of the related AWACS aircraft code-named “Moss” by NATO
Helio Stallion Model H-550A 8/10-seat general-utility STOL aircraft
Rockwell International YOV-10D prototype Night Observation/Gunship System
General Dynamics F-111D two-seat tactical fighter-bomber
The new “Bear-F”, with enlarged and lengthened fairings aft of the inboard engines
Photograph of the Alpha Jet basic and advanced jet training aircraft
Drawing of the Alpha Jet basic and advanced jet training aircraft
AH-1G HueyCobra equipped with prototype SMASH multi-sensor armament system
Sikorsky S-64E Skycrane in use to install a rooftop air-conditioning unit
Kawasaki-Hughes Model 369HS in the livery of a Japanese civil operator
В 1972 году "Hughes" использовала один из первых прототипов YOH-6A в программе испытаний по снижению шумности вертолета. Вертолет, названный "The Quiet One", был оснащен системой акустического подавления шума выхлопа и воздухозаборника двигателя, а также новой втулкой несущего винта с пятью лопастями. Испытания стали основой для разработки значительно улучшенной модели Model 500D, взлетевшей в августе 1974 года.
“The Quiet One”, an OH-6A helicopter modified by Hughes for research purposes
Anti-submarine version of the Hughes 500M in Spanish Navy insignia
Cessna Model 180 Skywagon one/six-seat cabin monoplane (230 hp Continental O-470-R engine)
Cessna AGcarryall utility aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-D engine)
Lipnur-built PZL-104 Gelatik 32 STOL utility aircraft fitted with agricultural spray gear
PZL-104 Wilga 32 general-purpose aircraft (230 hp Continental O-470 engine)
PZL-104 Wilga 35 four-seat utility aircraft in the insignia of the Polish Air Force
Rockwell Shrike Commander Esquire de luxe executive transport (two 290 hp Lycoming IO-540-E1B5 engines)
Boeing Model 737-275 twin-turbofan airliner in the insignia of Pacific Western
Boeing 737-200 twin-turbofan transport, with additional side view (top) of 737-100
Zlin Z 526 F two-seat basic training aircraft (180 hp Avia M 137 A engine)
Single-seat Zlin Z 526 AFS Akrobats, about 40 of which had been built by early 1973
Three-view drawing of the Zlin Z 526 L and (bottom side view) the Z 526 F
Fokker-VFW F.27 Mk 600 Friendship in the insignia of Bangladesh Biman
One of four Transall C-160P aircraft converted for night mail operations
Antonov An-14M light general-purpose aircraft (two 810 shp Isotov TVD-850 turboprop engines)
HAL-built HS 748 transport aircraft of Indian Airlines (two 2,105 ehp Dart 531 turboprop engines)
HS 748 Series 2A converted to have large rear freight door
Hawker Siddeley 748 Series 2A twin-turboprop airliner in the insignia of Bouraq Indonesia Airlines
The tandem-cockpit training version of the Tu-22, known to NATO as “Blinder-D”
Loading a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 fuselage section into the Aero Spacelines 377SGT Guppy-201
This photograph shows well the additional, centreline main landing gear unit that is fitted to the DC-10 Series 30 and 40.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Series 30CF, the convertible passenger cargo version of this wide-bodied transport
The four-seat Yak-18T (300 hp Ivchenko AI-14RF engine)
Westland Wasp anti-submarine helicopters of the Royal Netherlands Navy, by whom they are designated AH-12A
Production Scottish Aviation Jetstream T. Mk 1 in RAF insignia
Lockheed C-5A Galaxy four-turbofan military heavy transport aircraft
Hughes Model 300 three-seat helicopter (180 hp Lycoming HIO-360-A1A engine)
Shorts SC.7 Skyvan Series 3 twin-turboprop transport aircraft in the insignia of Malaysia Air Charter
Short Skyliner passenger transport, one of two ordered by the Scottish Airways Division of BEA
S-2G Tracker anti-submarine aircraft, evolved by Martin Marietta from the S-2E
Handley Page Victor K. Mk 2 converted by Hawker Siddeley for aerial tanker duties
Mil Mi-10 flying crane helicopter (two 5,500 shp Soloviev D-25V turboshaft engines)
HAK Gnat Mk I fighter, fitted with underwing drop-tanks
Cessna Citation 500 Series seven/eight-seat twin-turbofan executive transport (two Pratt & Whitney JT15D-1 turbofan engines)
Cessna Citation 500 Series seven/eight-seat executive transport (two Pratt & Whitney JT15D-1 turbofan engines)
В рамках программы модернизации, названной "Milan" и проводившейся вместе со Швейцарией, намечалось повысить взлетно-посадочные характеристики и управляемость машины на малых скоростях полета. Но программа не была реализована, в результате ПГО установили на израильские Kfir.
Dassault Milan S operational prototype, with “moustache” foreplanes extended
Northrop YF-17 single-seat lightweight fighter prototype
Canadair CL-84-1 tilt-wing V/STOL aircraft, taking off vertically from the aircraft carrier USS Guam
Aerotec T-23 Uirapuru two-seat primary training aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force
Cessna Model 340 lightweight pressurised business aircraft (two 285 hp Continental TSIO-520-K engines)
Vin-Del Owl OR-71 Lil Quickie Formula One racing aircraft
The Jensen Slipknot, a Cassutt Special owned by Larry Jensen of Omaha, Nebraska
Dassault Falcon 10 (two Garrett AiResearch TFE 731-2 turbofan engines)
Dassault Falcon 10 four/seven-passenger executive transport
Dassault Mystere 20 executive transports operated by the Martell (left) and Hennessy companies, on the airport of Cognac
Prototype of the Dassault Mystere 30 Falcon 30 twin-turbofan commuter transport
Dassault Mystere 20/Falcon 20 twin-turbofan executive transport
Dassault Mystere 30/Falcon 30 commuter transport with additional side elevation (top) of projected Falcon 30T
de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo STOL utility transport in the insignia of the Peruvian Air Force
de Havilland CC-115 being prepared for installation of ACLS trunk; the Lake LA-4 with ACLS is in the foreground
Photograph of the VFW-Fokker VAK 191B single-seat V/STOL experimental strike and reconnaissance fighter
Three-view drawing of the VFW-Fokker VAK 191B single-seat V/STOL experimental strike and reconnaissance fighter
Airtrainer CT/4 prototype (210 hp Continental IO-360-D engine)
Hawker Siddeley Harrier T. Mk 2 two-seat combat trainer of the RAF
Hawker Siddeley Harrier T. Mk 4 two-seat V/STOL operational trainer and combat aircraft
Robin HR 200 Club (108 hp Lycoming O-235-C2A engine)
Cessna Skyhawk, de luxe version of the Model 172 (150 hp Lycoming O-320-E2D engine)
Cessna Skylane, de luxe version of the Model 182 (230 hp Continental O-470-R engine)
Reims-Cessna FR-172 Reims Rocket (210 hp Rolls-Royce Continental IO-360-D engine)
Lockheed Model 1329 JetStar business jet (four Pratt & Whitney JT12A-8 turbojet engines)
Lockheed JetStar four-engined light jet transport
Northrop NF-5B two-seat fighter/trainer of the Royal Netherlands Air Force
Bede BD-5 Micro. Dotted lines show long-span wings of BD-5B.
Aero Spacelines’ second Guppy-201 seen on take-off from Edwards AFB
Loading a McDonnell Douglas DC-10 fuselage section into the Aero Spacelines 377SGT Guppy-201
Fokker-VFW F.28 Mk 1000 Fellowship VIP transport in the insignia of the government of the Nigerian Federal Republic
Prototype of the F.28 Mk 2000 Fellowship, 79-passenger stretched version of this twin-engined short-haul transport
DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 300 in the insignia of the Ontario government-sponsored norOntair service
F+W C-3605 (1,100 shp Lycoming T53 turboprop engine) with towed target
Second prototype of the Aerospatiale SA 360 ten-seat general-purpose helicopter
Kawasaki KH-4 four-seat helicopter in the insignia of the Police Force of Thailand
Bell Model 47G-5A three-seat helicopter (265 hp Lycoming VO-435-B1A engine)
BAC One-Eleven Series 475 in the insignia of Faucett of Peru
BAC One-Eleven Series 500 twin-turbofan transport aircraft in the insignia of Transbrasil
Second prototype of the Hawker Siddeley 125 Series 600 (Beechcraft Hawker BH 125-600) business jet transport
The US Army has selected Sikorsky and Boeing-Vertol to build prototypes of their UTTAS helicopter designs, for a competitive fly-off in 1975. The full-scale mock-up of the Boeing-Vertol design (the first single-rotor helicopter to be built by the company) is shown.
Pereira Osprey II two-seat lightweight homebuilt amphibian
Government Aircraft Factories Nomad, second prototype in N22 configuration
Government Aircraft Factories N22 Nomad, with additional side view (bottom) of N24
Hawker Siddeley 1182 Hawk two-seat advanced training aircraft
Short SD3-30 wide-bodied feederliner
Cessna O-2B, psychological warfare version of the Skymaster, during USAF service in Vietnam
Cessna T337 Pressurised Skymaster, latest version of the Model 337 (two 225 hp Continental TSIO-360-C engines)
New for 1973, the Pressurised Skymaster is distinguished externally by its smaller cabin windows.
Reims-Cessna FTMA-Milirole military STOL version ot the FT-337 Super Skymaster
HAL HJT-16 Mk I Kiran jet basic trainer
EMBRAER EMB-110 Bandeirante transport (two 680 shp PT6A-27 turboprop engines), production aircraft for the Brazilian Air Force
EMBRAER EMB-110 Bandeirante twin-turboprop light transport
Sikorsky S-67 Blackhawk prototype high-speed combat and multi-purpose helicopter
Fairchild Republic F-105G Thunderchief, with fuselage-side electronic countermeasures pod
Aerospatiale SA 315B Lama demonstrating its ability to lift a 2,200 lb load
Saab-MFI 15 two three-seat primary trainer and utility aircraft
IAI-201 military transport version of the Arava, which can drop up to 16 paratroops
IAI-201 Arava twin-turboprop STOL light military transport
Kawasaki KV-107 II-4 helicopter of the JGSDF, equipped as a VIP transport for Japanese Cabinet members
Kawasaki KV-107/IIA tandem-rotor helicopter in the insignia of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Board
Photograph of the IAI 1123 Westwind twin-jet light executive transport
The Srs 60 “stretched” version of the Rockwell Sabre
CT-39E with special equipment in modified nose for duty at the Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California
Latest addition to the Rockwell Sabre line, the Sabre 75A (two General Electric CF700-2D-2 turbofan engines)
Rockwell Sabre 40A, eight/ten-seat turbine-powered business aircraft
Rockwell International XFV-12A single-seat V/STOL interceptor,attack prototype
Beechcraft King Air Model C90 (two 550 ehp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-20 turboprop engines)
Beechcraft King Air E90 (two 550 ehp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-28 turboprop engines)
Beechcraft King Air A100 eight fifteen-seat pressurised light transport (two 680 ehp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-28 turboprop engines)
Beechcraft U-21F, military version of the King Air A100
The Yakovlev high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft code-named “Mandrake”
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Series 30 in the insignia of Aero Trasporti Italiani
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Series 30F cargo transport in the insignia of SAS
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Srs 30 transport. Additional side views show Srs 40 (top) and Srs 10 (centre)
Aerocar Model III in flight configuration
Northrop/NASA M2-F2 lifting-body research vehicle photographed in 450 mph powerless flight
Dornier Do 231C civil V/STOL jet transport, with additional side view (bottom) of the military Do 231M
Martin Marietta X-24B lifting-body research vehicle
Dassault Mirage 5-D single-seat ground attack aircraft of the Lybian Air Force
Rockwell International T-2C Buckeye (two 2,950 lb st General Electric J85-GE-4 turbojet engines)
Full-size mock-up of the M-15 turbofan-engined agricultural biplane under development by WSK-Mielec
The AGpickup, basic model of the Cessna agricultural series (230 hp Continental O-470-R engine)
Cessna AGwagon agricultural aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-D engine)
Cessna AGtruck, a de luxe version ot the AGwagon, with larger hopper
Line-up ot Zlin 42 two-seat light training and touring aircraft (180 hp M 137 A engine)
Zlin 43 four-seat light training and touring aircraft (210 hp M 337 engine)
Zlin 43 four-seat light training and touring aircraft
Pre-production examples of the CASA C.212 Aviocar twin-turboprop military transport and general-purpose aircraft
Luton L.A.4a Minor single-seat light aircraft
Bucker Bu 131A refitted by Ateliers de Precision Morand with a 150 hp Lycoming IO-320-E2A engine
Hirth-Klemm KL-35D-160 “Superklemm” belonging to Mr Josef Hossl
Lycoming-engined version of the Bellanca Super Viking 300
Saab AJ 37 Viggen single-seat attack aircraft of the Swedish Air Force
SK 37 two-seat trainer version of the Saab 37 Viggen multi-purpose combat aircraft
American Jet Industries Turbo Star Baron conversion
Beechcraft Baron Model E55 (two 285 hp Continental IO-520-C engines)
Military version of the Beechcraft Baron (T-42A) for service with the Turkish Army
Photograph of the Beechcraft Baron 58 four six-seat cabin monoplane
MBB BO 105 with inflatable emergency floats attached to skid landing gear
MBB BO 105 light helicopter in service with the Federal German police force
Hawker Siddeley (Avro) Shackleton AEW. Mk 2 airborne early warning aircraft
One-fifth scale model of Bell’s tilt-rotor VTOL research vehicle in NASA’s Langley wind tunnel
Artist’s impression of Bell Helicopter’s Model 301 prototype tilt-rotor research aircraft
Aeritalia G91Y single-seat twin-jet combat aircraft of the Italian Air Force
Boeing YC-14 advanced medium STOL transport
Piper Cherokee Cruiser 2 Plus 2 de luxe two/four-seat light aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Piper Cherokee Challenger four-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A3A engine)
Piper PA-28-200 Cherokee Arrow II with retractable landing gear (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-C1C engine)
Rockwell Turbo Commander 681B eight/nine-seat light transport
Rockwell Turbo Commander 690 seven eleven-seat light transport
Prototype of the EAA Acro-Sport aerobatic biplane (180 hp Lycoming engine)
Piper PA-39 Twin Comanche C/R (two 160 hp Lycoming IO-320-B1A engines)
The first two production SN 601 Corvettes. Second aircraft (top left) is fitted with optionally-available tip-tanks
Bell Model 214A in Iranian camouflage (2,950 shp Lycoming T55-L-7C turboshaft engine) (2,930 shp Lycoming LTC4B-8D turboshaft engine)
Bell Model 214 Huey Plus prototype (1,900 shp Lycoming T53-L-702 turboshaft engine)
Agusta A 106 light anti-submarine helicopter (330 shp Turbomeca-Agusta TAA 230 turboshaft engine)
Agusta-Bell 204AS anti-submarine helicopter of the Italian Navy, with AN APN-195 search radar in radome above the cabin
Last of 90 Fuji-Bell UH-1B helicopters delivered to the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force
Fuji XMH experimental winged helicopter, modified from a Fuji-Bell UH-1B
AIDC XT-CH-1A two-seat basic training aircraft
Colomban MC-10 twin-engined single-seat ultra-light aircraft
First and second prototypes of the Mitsubishi T-2 two-seat supersonic jet trainer
Second prototype of the Aeritalia G222 twin-turboprop military transport aircraft, ordered for the Italian Air Force
Pitts Special flown by Mary Gaffaney, women’s champion at the 1972 World Aerobatic Championships
Pitts S-2A Special flown by Art Scholl, with front cockpit covered
Grumman Gulfstream II executive transport (two Rolls-Royce Spey Mk 511-8 turbofan engines)
Second prototype ot the VFW-Fokker VFW 614 transport (two Rolls-Royce/SNECMA M45H turbofan engines)
Cessna Model 402 Businessliner six/eight-seat business aircraft (two 300 hp Continental TSIO-520-E engines)
Cessna Model 414 six/seven-seat pressurised light transport (two 310 hp Continental TSIO-520-J engines)
Cessna Model 421B Golden Eagle pressurised transport (two 375 hp Continental GTSIO-520-H engines)
Robertson STOL conversion of the Cessna Model 421A Golden Eagle
Rockwell Thrush Commander agricultural aircraft (600 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340 engine)
Bede BD-4 with tailwheel landing gear, built by Mr Lloyd Brekke (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1A engine)
Beechcraft Sport B19 two/four seat training and sporting aircraft
Beechcraft Sundowner C23 four-seat sporting aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A4J engine)
One of six Beechcraft A24R Sierras bought in 1973 by US colleges tor primary training of students
Photograph of the Beechcraft Duke A60 4 6-seat pressurised transport (two 380 hp Lycoming TIO-541-E1C4 engines)
Beechcraft Queen Air B80 (two 380 hp Lycoming IGSO-540-A1D engines)
Excalibur (Beechcraft) Queenaire 800 (two 400 hp Lycoming IO-720 engines)
Trident TR-1 Trigull-320 six-seat light amphibian
Fairchild Industries FH-1100 utility helicopter in service with the Argentine Army
Bell AH-1J SeaCobra in Iranian camouflage (Pratt & Whitney T400-CP-400 coupled turboshaft power plant)
Белл "модель 309" "Кингкобра"
Bell Model 309 KingCobra (1,800 shp Pratt & Whitney T400-CP-400 coupled turboshaft)
Bellanca 7ACA Champ two-seat lightweight cabin monoplane (60 hp Franklin 2A-120-B engine)
Champion Citabria two-seat aerobatic light aircraft
Champion Model 8KCAB Decathlon two-seat cabin monoplane (150 hp Lycoming IO-320 engine)
Gyro-Glider built by Mr Sakamoto of the JEAA
Wassmer WA 52 Europa four-seat all-plastics light aircraft
Partenavia P.68 Victor twin-engined light aircraft in the insignia of a Swiss operator
Partenavia P.68 Victor six-seat light transport and training aircraft
Breguet 941S four-turboprop STOL transport of the French Air Force, photographed during operations from a small airstrip high in the Alps
Britten-Norman BN-2A Mk III Trislander three-engined transport, in the insignia of Aurigny Air Services
Cessna Model A150 Aerobat, the aerobatic version of the basic Model 150
Reims-Cessna FRA-150 Aerobat (130 hp Rolls-Royce Continental O-240-A engine)
Cessna Stationair one/six-seat cargo/utility aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-F engine)
Cessna Skywagon 207 one/seven-seat utility aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-F engine)
Cessna Turbo-Centurion II one/six-seat cabin monoplane (285 hp Continental TSIO-520-H engine)
Cessna Model 310 five/six-seat cabin monoplane (two 260 hp Continental IO-470-VO engines)
Riley Turbostream conversion of the Cessna Model 310
Convair NC-131H Total In-Flight Simulator, operated by Calspan
Convair NC-131H Total In-Flight Simulator, now operated by Calspan
NAMC-built XC-1, second of two prototypes for the Kawasaki C-1 military transport
Wallis WA-116 autogyro fitted with a Franklin 2A-120-A engine
WA-121, the smallest Wallis autogyro yet flown
Dornier Do 28 D-2 Skyservant of the Federal German Navy
Swearingen Merlin III eight/ten-seat executive transport (two 904 ehp AiResearch TPE 331-3U-303G turboprop engines)
Swearingen Merlin IV, a corporate version of the Metro commuter airliner
Swearingen Metro 19/20-passenger commuter airliner (two 940 shp AiResearch TPE 331-3UW-303G turboprop engines) in service with Air Wisconsin
Druine D.31 Turbulent built in New Zealand by Aviation Sales & Service Ltd
Seventh production Shin Meiwa PS-1 four-turboprop STOL anti-submarine flying-boat
EMBRAER EMB-200 Ipanema prototype, brought up to EMB-201 standard by installation of Lycoming IO-540-K1D5 engine. Note also larger-diameter wheels and tyres
EMBRAER EMB-200 Ipanema single-seat agricultural aircraft (260 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
EMBRAER EMB-200 Ipanema single-seat agricultural aircraft
Piper Turbo Navajo B (two 310 hp Lycoming TIO-540-A turbocharged engines)
Piper Pressurised Navajo in service with the Spanish Air Force
Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain, a “stretched” version of the Turbo Navajo (two 350 hp Lycoming TIO-540-J2BD engines)
Knight Twister Imperial built by Mr Don Fairbanks, with its original landing gear
Extensively-modified Piel Emeraude built by Col Richard S. Robinson
Payen Pa.71 single-seat racing aircraft (100 hp Rolls-Royce Continental O-200)
Payen Pa.149 two-seat sporting aircraft (two Turbomeca Palas turbojet engines)
Enstrom F-28A three-seat light helicopter (205 hp Lycoming HIO-360-C1A engine)
Halsmer Safety Twin, an unusual twin-engined adaptation of a Pietenpol Air Camper
Evangel 4500-300 nine-seat light passenger/cargo aircraft (two 300 hp Lycoming IO-540-K1B5 engines)
Fairchild Industries FH-227, showing the large cargo door available as a retrofit conversion
Fairchild Industries FH-227, long-fuselage development of the F-27/Friendship series
Boeing Vertol XCH-62 heavy lift helicopter (HLH)
Tandem two-seat training versions of the Sukhoi Su-7, known to NATO by the code name “Moujik”
FFA AS.202/15 Bravo two/three-seat light aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Light strike version of the American Jet Industries Super Pinto
Trainer version of American Jet Industries T-610 Super Pinto
Fletcher FU-24-950 (400 hp Lycoming IO-720 engine) fitted with wheel fairings and spraybooms
Fletcher FU-24-950 presented by the New Zealand government to the government of Bangladesh
Piper Turbo Comanche C (260 hp Lycoming IO-540 engine)
Robertson STOL conversion of the Piper Aztec, showing drooped ailerons and cambered wingtips
Mignet Pou du Ciel built by a member of AVEX
Jurca M.J.2 Tempete single-seat light aircraft built by Mr Lefebvre and Mr Vanlaer
Bushby/Long Midget Mustang built by John Strother
Bushby M-II Mustang II built by Mr B. Edwards
Indraero Fournier RF8 two-seat training and aerobatic aircraft
Fuji FA-200 Aero Subaru four-seat light aircraft (160 or 180 hp Lycoming engine)
Maule M-5-220C Lunar Rocket, a utility version of the M-4 Strata-Rocket
Bryan III homebuilt roadable light aircraft in flight configuration
Bryan III homebuilt roadable light aircraft with wings folded
Two-seat Salvay-Stark Skyhopper built by Mr D. King of Seattle, Washington (108 hp Lycoming O-235 engine)
MEG-3X flying platform
Gluhareff MEG-1X
Nipper Mk III single-seat ultra-light aircraft (45 hp Rollason Ardem X engine)
Mr E. H. Gould’s Currie Wot Special (65 hp Mikron III engine)
R. Piaggio P.166-CL2 twin-engined light utility aircraft
UTVA-66 four-seat utility aircraft (270 hp Lycoming GSO-480-B1J6 engine;
MBB HFB 320 Hansa 7/12-passenger light twin-jet feederliner
MBB HFB 320 Hansa twin-jet executive transport
Second prototype NAMC YS-11, now fitted with MAD tail “sting” and underfuselage towed “bird” for service with the Geological Survey of Japan
Grumman American AA-1A Trainer (108 hp Lycoming O-235-C2C engine)
Grumman American Tr-2 sporting aircraft/advanced trainer
Grumman American AA-5/Traveler four-seat lightplane (150 hp Lycoming O-320-E2G engine)
Socata ST 10 Diplomate four-seat light aircraft (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-C1B engine)
Demonstrating the remarkable take-off performance of the Rallye 180 GT
Evans VP-1, built in the UK by Mr J. S. Penny
Lockspeiser LDA-01 prototype general utility aeroplane (85 hp Continental C85-12 engine)
Schweizer (Grumman) Super Ag-Cat agricultural aircraft (450 hp Pratt & Whitney R-985 engine)
Thorp T-18 Tiger two-seat sporting aircraft (150 hp Lycoming 0-320 engine)
Sikorsky S-61N twin-turbine amphibious transport helicopter operated by Helikopter Service of Norway
Hirth Acrostar Mk 2 advanced aerobatic aircraft
IAR-822 single-seat agricultural aircraft (290 hp Lycoming IO-540 engine)
Photograph of the IAR-821 single-seat agricultural monoplane
IAR-821B two-seat training aircraft developed from the IAR-821
Three-view drawing of the IAR-821 single-seat agricultural monoplane
Model of the IAR-823 light touring and training aircraft, of which a prototype is due to fly in 1973.
Prototype ICA-Brasov IS-23A light utility aircraft, designed by Dipl Ing Iosif Silimon
Piper PA-34 Seneca six/seven-seat twin-engined light aircraft
de Havilland CC-115 being prepared for installation of ACLS trunk; the Lake LA-4 with ACLS is in the foreground
CAP 20 used by the French team in the 1972 World Aerobatic championships
CAP 10 two-seat aerobatic light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming IO-360-B2F engine)
Pazmany PL-2 light aircraft, built by Mr Yamamoto of the JEAA and flown by Mr Ohnishi
This Pazmany PL-1, built by Mr Sam Pawlowski of Akron, Ohio, has twice won the EAA Grand Champion builder’s award
Pazmany PL-2 built by the Miyauchi Manufacturing Co Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Let Z-37 Cmelak agricultural aircraft (315 hp M 462 RF radial engine)
Let Z-37-A Cmelak agricultural aircraft, improved version introduced in 1971 (315 hp M 462 RF engine)
Close-up of the tandem cockpits of the two-seat Z-237 version of the Cmelak
Rockwell Commander 112 four-seat cabin monoplane (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-C1D6 engine)
Robin HR 100/Tiara prototype (320 hp Teledyne Continental Tiara 6-320 engine)
Three of the 29 Taylor Monoplanes completed in the United States, photographed at a Fly-in at Iowa
Smith Aerostar 600 light transport (two 290 hp Lycoming IO-540 engines)
Mitsubishi LR-1, JGSDF photographic version of the twin-turboprop MU-2C
Mitsubishi MU-2J twin-turboprop utility transport aircraft, developed from the MU-2G
SA 102 Point 5 Cavalier built by K & S Aircraft Supply as prototype and demonstration aircraft
Prototype PIK-19 Muhinu two-seat glider-towing aircraft (160 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Piper PA-36 Pawnee Brave agricultural aircraft (285 hp Continental Tiara 6-285 engine)
McDonnell Douglas TA-4J Sky hawk tandem two seat trainer
Air-Metal AM-C 111 STOL-Lifter twin-engined STOL transport
First take-off of the Boeing E-4A advanced airborne command post version of the Model 747B
Neiva Lanceiro civil development of the Regente 420L four-seat light aircraft
Neiva T-25 Universal two three-seat basic training aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force
Aerospatiale Fregate Series C (two 1,145 ehp Turbomeca Bastan VII turboprop engines)
McDonnell Douglas F-4EJ Phantom, of the type being assembled by Mitsubishi for the JASDF
McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II from the aircraft carrier USS America
Partenavia P.70 Alpha two-seat training aircraft (100 hp Rolls-Royce Continental O-200 engine)
R. Piaggio PD-808 526 twin-jet light utility aircraft with Viper Mk 526 turbojet engines
First flight, on 28 February 1973, of the Nihon University NM-72 Egret I man-powered aircraft
Isaacs Fury II built by Mr William Marsden of Edmonton, Alberta
Piper PA-32 Cherokee SIX six/seven-seat light aircraft
Prototype Procaer F15E Picchio four-seat light aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-F engine)
Procaer F15E Picchio four-seat light aircraft
Jaguar E two-seat advanced training aircraft, in service with the French Air Force
SEPECAT Jaguar S single-seat strike aircraft, with additional side view (top) of Jaguar B two-seat operational training version
Kittiwake I single-seat light aircraft built at the Royal Navy Air Engineering School
Prototype of the Kittiwake II, designed by Dr C. G. B. Mitchell
Scottish Aviation Bulldog T. Mk 1 (Model 121), first aircraft for the Royal Air Force
Scottish Aviation Bulldog Series 100 two/three-seat primary training aircraft
SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019 two-seat STOL light military aircraft
Prototype Rutan VariViggen two-seat homebuilt aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A2A engine)
SIAI-Marchetti S.208 five-seat cabin monoplane (one 260 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
S.208M military version of the SIAI-Marchetti S.208, in production for the Italian Air Force
Marganski EM-5A two-seat light aircraft
Prototype of Advanced Vehicle Engineers Mizar four-seat roadable aircraft
UTVA-65 Privrednik-IO agricultural aircraft, from which the Super Privrednik-350 is being developed
HTM Sky-Trac 1, equipped for agricultural spraying
Prototype of the HTM Skyrider four-seat helicopter, developed from the Sky-Trac
Campbell Cricket single-seat autogyro (modified Volkswagen engine)
Prototype Campbell Cougar single/two-seat autogyro
Dassault Mirage III-DBR two-seat trainer combat aircraft in service in Brazil
Aero Boero 95/115 three-seat light aircraft (115 hp Lycoming O-235 engine)
Aero Boero 180 RV three-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1A engine)
Aero Boero 180 Condor light aircraft, with ventral pack for air-droppable cargo
Croses EC-6-01 Criquet two-seat light aircraft (90 hp Continental C90 engine)
Second Gatard Statoplan AG 02 Poussin, with new fairings over the cylinders of its 1,200 cc Volkswagen engine
Marcel Jurca’s original M.J.5H2 prototype of the Sirocco in its latest form
Revathi Mk II two/three-seat light aircraft, developed by the Technical Centre of the Indian Civil Aviation Department
Silvercraft SH-4A agricultural helicopter, fitted with spray tanks and boom
PZL-101A Gawron, current production version with laminar-flow wingtips
Canadian-built Bowers Fly Baby 1-A with winter-flying canopy and modified windscreen
Bowers Fly Baby 1-B, biplane conversion of the original Fly Baby
Cvjetkovic CA-65 two-seat light aircraft (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
EAA Biplane Model P, built by Mr H. Cornelison of Tulsa, Oklahoma
Aero Resources J-2 two-seat autogyro (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A2D engine)
K & S Jungster I single-seat sporting biplane (140 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Mong Sport owned by Gail Clark of Tulsa, Oklahoma (90 hp Continental engine)
Nesmith Cougar built by Mr Bud Phillips of Red Bluff, California
Barney Oldfield Lakes sporting biplane built by Mr Thomas D. Hardesty of Finksbury, Maryland
D’Apuzzo D-260(3) Senior Aero Sport built by Mr S. Anderson and Mr E. Siematkowski
D’Apuzzo D-260(2) Senior Aero Sport built by Mr Tom Luckey of Ambler, Pennsylvania
Parsons-Jocelyn D-295 in its latest form with modified lower wings
Artist’s impression of D’Apuzzo Junior Aero Sport
Spezio Tuholer built by Mr Jerry Dunn of Anderson, Indiana (125 hp Lycoming O-290-D engine)
Stolp-Adams SA-100 Starduster built by Mr Eugene Coppock of Chicago Illinois
Stolp Starduster Too built by Mr Jack Mills of Zionsville, Indiana
Termite amateur-built single-seat sporting aircraft
Volmer VJ-22 Sportsman built by Mr Jorgen Kjostad of West Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Stolp SA-750 Acroduster Too aerobatic biplane (200 hp Lycoming IO-360 engine)
Pottier P-50 Bouvreuil single-seat racing aircraft, version with non-retractable landing gear
Corby SJ-1 Starlet prototype (foreground) and one other built by E. Jones and J. Brown of Latrobe Valley Aero Club, Victoria
Prototype Heintz Zenith 100 No. 01, designed and built in France
Seremet Mini-Copter, now modified as the W.S.4A
Latest Seremet design, the W.S.7 Mini-Gyroglider
Tervamaki-Eerola ATE-3 light autogyro
Tervamaki JT-5 single-seat autogyro, powered by a 75 hp Limbach (Volkswagen) engine
Cessna Cardinal, de luxe version of the Model 177 (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1F6 engine)
Cessna Cardinal RG (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engine)
Second prototype of the Italair F.20 Pegaso (two 300 hp Continental IO-520-K engines)
MHO.235 single-seat homebuilt biplane built by Mr Makino of the JEAA
Kawasaki P-2J maritime patrol aircraft of the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force
Janowski J-1 Przasniczka single-seat ultra-light homebuilt aeroplane
CSIR Experimental Autogyro II (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A engine)
E.C.2 Easy Too light aircraft designed by Mr Eric Clutton
Coates S.A.II Swalesong, photographed prior to first flight, with original cockpit canopy
Toucan two-seat man-powered aircraft, built by the Hertfordshire Pedal Aeronauts
Three-view drawing of the Jupiter man-powered aircraft completed by apprentices at RAF Halton
Taylor Titch with 1.6 litre VW engine, completed in the US by Mr Bill Scarborough of Illinois
First Titch to receive a New Zealand Permit to Fly (in January 1973), built by Mr R. Robson and powered by a 2.1 litre (65 hp) VW engine
Aerosport Quail prototype (45 hp Kiekhaefer Kam 525 engine)
Bowers Namu II side-by-side two-seat homebuilt light aircraft
Chris Tena lightweight sporting monoplane (65 hp modified Volkswagen motor car engine)
Davis DA-2A built by Mr M. Taylor of Whitewater, Wisconsin
Davis DA-3 four-seat amateur-built light aircraft (65 hp Continental A65 engine)
Modified Flaglor Scooter built by Mr R. Hanselman of Neenah, Wisconsin
Garrison OM-1 Melmoth two-seat homebuilt light aircraft
Hatz CB-1 homebuilt two-seat biplane (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Hovey Whing Ding II ultra-lightweight homebuilt biplane, with optional steel-tube landing gear
Javelin Wichawk two-seat homebuilt biplane (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
MacDonald S-20 homebuilt sporting aircraft (53 hp Volkswagen 1500 modified motor car engine)
Parker Teenie Two built by Nir Dick Stimson Jr of Los Angeles, California
Teenie Special built by Nir Lester Morrison of Transfer, Pennsylvania
Pazmany PL-4A single-seat amateur-built sporting aircraft
Shober Willie II two-seat homebuilt light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming engine)
Sindlinger 5/8-scale replica of a Hawker Hurricane IIC (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Smyth Sidewinder, showing optional electrically-operated speed brake
Spencer Amphibian Air Car Model S-12-D (260 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
Steen Skybolt two-seat aerobatic biplane (180 hp Lycoming HO-360-B1B engine)
Stephens Akro Model B built by Dean S. Engelhardt of Garden Grove, California, with small ventral fin added
Stolp SA-500 Starlet built in the UK by Mr S. Miles
Stolp SA-900 V-Star single-seat biplane (65 hp Continental engine)
Van's RV-3 single-seat homebuilt sporting monoplane (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
Wendt WH-1 Traveler two-seat homebuilt aircraft (75 hp Continental A75 engine)
Cicare II one/three-seat experimental helicopter (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1A engine)
Jacquet-Pottier JP-20-90 Impala single-seat racing aircraft
SIAI-Marchetti S.210 six-seat light aircraft (two 200 hp Lycoming TIO-360-A engines)
S.W.1 Pegasus single-seat homebuilt light aircraft designed and built by Herr Walter Schretzmann
Prototype Cierva CR Twin twin-engined light helicopter
Two views of the Wright MPA Mk I man-powered aircraft
The third Cook JC-1 Challenger prototype, tufted for airflow study
Fairchild Stratos Model 616 AERCAB fully-deployed
Fairchild Stratos Model 616 AERCAB detailed side view showing the basic structure
The 30 hp helicopter built by Sr Sesto Ghinassi of AVEX
The Malliga 1 man-powered aircraft: (left) in original form with non-tapered 20 m wings, and (right) in present form with extended-span wings
Falconar-built prototype of the SAL 2/3 Mustang (200 hp Ranger engine)
Three-view drawing of the Saunders ST-27 twin-turboprop light transport.
Model of the Bertin Aladin II projected quiet STOL transport. Designed to carry 90/100 passengers, it would be powered by four Rolls-Royce SNECMA M45H turbofan engines
Payen Pa.61F Arbalette II (180 hp Lycoming engine)
FLUWAG Bremen ESS 641 single-seat glider-towing aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A3A engine)
Lemberger LD 20b amateur-built light aircraft (62 hp Walter Mikron engine)
Prototype of the Iannotta I-66 San Francesco single-seat ultra-light monoplane
Magni single-seat homebuilt autogyro
SIAI-Marchetti SV-20A twin-engined high-speed winged helicopter
JEAA-S1 two-seat ultra-light monoplane, designed by Mr Asahi Miyahara
Sizer Rosette single-seat homebuilt biplane
Sizer Continental Rosette homebuilt aircraft (90 hp Continental C90F engine)
Bishop RB-1 Ray’s Rebel two-seat homebuilt aircraft (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
Brodhead AS-1 Albee Sport two-seat homebuilt sporting aircraft (200 hp Continental IO-360 engine)
Elmendorf Special homebuilt biplane, re-engined with a Chevrolet modified motor car engine
Freiberger Ron’s 1 two-seat homebuilt aerobatic monoplane (160 hp Lycoming IO-320-B1B engine)
O’Neill Model W Winner (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1B engine)
Ryson STP-1 Swallow two-seat light aircraft (76 hp modified Volkswagen motor car engine)
Full-scale mock-up of Vertak Corporation’s S-220 ESTOL high-performance light aircraft
Warwick Bantam single-seat amateur-built lightplane (65 hp Lycoming O-145 engine)
Welsh Model A Welsh Rabbit single-seat light aircraft
Whitcraft Model 165 homebuilt sporting aircraft (65 hp Continental A65 engine)
Williams W-2 single-seat homebuilt light aircraft (65 hp Volkswagen 1600 modified motor car engine)
Sverchok-1 single-seat autogyro built at Kuibyshev Aviation Institute