Jane's All the World Aircraft 1966
02 - Aircraft
Antonov An-22 long-range heavy transport aircraft (four 15,000 shp Kuznetsov NK-12MB turboprop engines)
Antonov An-22 Antheus prototype long-range heavy transport
Ilyushin Il-18 four-engined turboprop passenger transport in the insignia of the Hungarian airline Malev
Kamov Ka-26 twin-turbine helicopter (provisional)
Ми-4 ВВС Индии над Ладакхой
Mil Mi-4 helicopter in service with the Indian Air Force
Mil Mi-6 heavy general-purpose transport helicopter (two 5,500 shp Soloviev D-25 shaft-turbine engines)
Mil Mi-8 passenger transport helicopter (two 1,500 shp Izotov TB-2-117 shaft-turbine engines)
Special tactical fighter version of LiM-5 with twin-wheel landing gear and extended wing-roots
Photograph of version of MiG-21 code-named "Fishbed-D"
Drawings of version of MiG-21 code-named "Fishbed-D"
MiG-21 delta-wing fighter of the Indonesian Air Force
Sukhoi "Fitter" close-support fighter photographed over West Berlin
The Sukhoi close-support fighter code-named "Fitter", with under-wing rocket pods
Чехословацкая компания CSA была единственным иностранным эксплуатантом Ту-104, располагая парком из шести машин. Этот самолет после списания переоборудовали в ресторан в городе Оломоуц, Чехия.
Tupolev Tu-104A airliner (two Mikulin AM-3M turbojet engines) in service with CSA Czechoslovakian Airlines
Douglas A-4E Skyhawk carrying a Bullpup missile on each outer wing pylon
On Mark B-26K Counter Invader (two 2,500 hp Pratt & Whitney R-2800-103W engines), with six 750-lb napalm tanks and two 230-gal jettisonable fuel tanks under wings
Innovations on the On Mark Marksman B-26 conversion include a redesigned and pressurised fuselage
Photographic-reconnaissance version of the B-26K Counter Invader, with glazed nose
Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.Mk 2, armed with Bullpup missiles and rocket pods
Чтобы сократить длину разбега, в хвостовой части южноафриканских Buccaneer ставили вспомогательные ракетные ускорители BS.605, которые работали в течение примерно 30 секунд.
Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.Mk 50 taking off with aid of Bristol Siddeley BS.605 twin-chamber retractable rocket engine
Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.Mk 2 twin-engined naval strike aircraft
Boeing 707-338C cargo-passenger transport (four Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3 turbofan engines) in service with Qantas
Boeing 720-060B (four Pratt & Whitney JT3D turbofan engines) in the insignia of Ethiopian Air Lines
Indian Air Force C-119 fitted with Steward-Davis Jet-Pak thrust augmentation unit
Loaded detachable floor of Steward-Davis Skypallet being hoisted into aircraft
Steward-Davis Skytruck I, a modified Fairchild C-82 with auxiliary turbojet
Potez CM 173 (two Turbomeca Marbore VI turbojet engines), prototype for the Potez 94
Potez CM 170 Magister trainer in Federal German Air Force insignia
Valmet-built Potez CM 170 Magister trainer of the Finnish Air Force
Sud-Aviation, BAC Concorde supersonic airliner
Douglas DC-8 Series 50 (four Pratt & Whitney JT3D turbofan engines) in the insignia of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Douglas DC-8F Jet Trader convertible cargo-passenger transport (four Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3 turbofan engines) of Seaboard World Airlines
Douglas DC-8 Model 61 four-turbofan jet transport
Hawker Siddeley Comet 4C (four Rolls-Royce Avon turbojets) in the insignia of Sudan Airways
Hawker Siddeley Sea Vixen F(AW) Mk 2 of No. 899 Squadron
DHC-2 Beaver with skis of wheel-ski landing gear in extended position
DHC-2 Mark III Turbo-Beaver utility transport with amphibious landing gear
McDonnell F-4B Phantom II carrying 24 Mk 81 low-drop anti-personnel bombs
McDonnell F-4B Phantom II from the US carrier
McDonnell F-4B Phantom II twin-jet carrier-based fighter
Fiat-built F-104G Starfighter in the insignia of the Royal Netherlands Air Force
F-104G Starfighter built by SABCA in collaboration with Fairey S.A. and Fiat
Ling-Temco-Vought F-8E(FN) Crusader in French Navy insignia
Soko Galeb two-seat trainer (Bristol Siddeley Viper 11 turbojet engine)
Single- and two-seat versions of Breguet BAC Br 121 Jaguar lightweight strike/training aircraft
Boeing NC-135A operated as a flying laboratory by Sandia Corporation
Boeing JKC-135A. Two of these aircraft operate as a team, with camera and sighting ports on port side of one and on starboard side of the other
Boeing NKC-135A operated by the US Air Force Systems Command
Photograph of the L-29 Delfin tandem two-seat jet trainer
L-29 Delfin jet trainers in Soviet Air Force insignia
Aermacchi M.B.326 two-seat jet basic trainer in Italian Air Force insignia
Underwing armament of one 50-in machine-gun pod and four 5-in rockets on Aermacchi M.B.326B
Dassault Mirage III-R reconnaissance-fighter with cameras in nose
Australian-built Mirage III-O fighter in the insignia of No 75 Squadron, RAAF
First Mirage III-S fighter assembled in Switzerland at the Federal Aircraft Factory
Dassault Mirage III-T flying test-bed for SNECMA TF-106 turbofan engine
Dassault Mirage III-C with Matra R.511 missile and with rocket-engine in operation
Dassault Mirage III-E intruder fighter (SNECMA Atar 9 turbojet and SEPR 844 rocket engine)
Beechcraft Model C33 Debonair (225 hp Continental IO-470-K engine)
Beechcraft Model S35 Bonanza (285 hp Continental IO-520-B engine)
Bell Model 208, a twin-engined version of the UH-1D
Trans-Florida Cavalier 2000, an executive conversion of the Mustang fighter
Lockheed P-3A Orion anti-submarine aircraft (four 4,500 eshp Allison T56-A-10W turboprop engines)
Fourth pre-production Sud-Aviation SA 321 Super Frelon (three 1,500 shp Turbomeca Turmo IIIC3 shaft-turbines) equipped for naval duties
Sud-Aviation SE 210 Caravelle Series 10 R airliner (two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-1 turbofans)
Sud-Aviation Super Caravelle airliner (two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-1 turbofan engines) in the insignia of Sterling Airways
Sud-Aviation Super Caravelle medium-range jet airliner
Aviamilano F.250 three-seat light aircraft, which will be produced by Siai-Marchetti
Kaman UH-2B Seasprite (1,250 shp General Electric T58-GE-8B shaft-turbine)
Experimental version of the Kaman UH-2 Seasprite powered by two T58 shaft-turbines
Hamilton T-28-R2 Nomair with side entrance door and five seats
Photograph and three-view drawing of the prototype MiG fighter code-named "Flipper"
Maritime reconnaissance version of the four-jet bomber code-named "Bison"
The only two photograph of the Lockheed SR-71 strategic reconnaissance aircraft released by mid-1965
Lockheed YF-12A Mach 3 prototype fighter
New photograph of Kamov Ka-20, received as this edition closed for press
Ilyushin Il-62 four-jet long-range airliner (four Kuznetsov NK-8 turbofan engines)
Ilyushin Il-62 long-range four-turbofan airliner
Photograph of Tupolev Tu-134 medium-range transport aircraft (two Soloviev D-30 turbofan engines)
Drawings of Tupolev Tu-134 medium-range transport aircraft (two Soloviev D-30 turbofan engines)
Agusta A.109 high-performance seven-seat helicopter
Sud-Aviation SE 3160 Alouette III (550 shp Turbomeca Artouste IIIB shaft-turbine)
The Sud SA.3164, an armed version of the Alouette III with 20-mm. cannon
North American RA-5C Vigilante reconnaissance aircraft (two General Electric J79 turbojet engines with afterburners)
North American RA-5C Vigilante reconnaissance aircraft
Grumman A-6A Intruder being catapult-launched from the USS
Ling-Temco-Vought A-7A Corsair II naval attack aircraft
Grumman E-2A Hawkeye early-warning aircraft (two 4,050 shp Allison T56-A-8 turboprop engines)
Dassault Etendard IV-P reconnaissance-fighter, with flight refuelling nose-probe and cameras in nose and under-fuselage pack
The long-range interceptor code-named "Fiddler", armed with "Ash" air-to-air missiles.
Artist's impression of the Northrop HL-10 lifting body research vehicle being dropped from the B-52 mother-plane
Camera-carrying nose of a Saab S 35E Draken
Saab Sk 35C two-seat dual-control trainer version of the Draken
Prototype Saab-35F Draken armed with two Rb 27 and two Rb 28 air-to-air missiles
Saab J 35F Draken fighter armed with Rb 27 and Rb 28 missiles
Antonov An-24B (two 2,515 ehp Ivchenko AI-24 turboprop engines)
Antonov An-24B local-service airliner (two 2,515 ehp Ivchenko AI-24 turboprop engines)
Boeing 727-78 short medium-range transport (three Pratt & Whitney JT8D-1 turbofan engines) in the insignia of BWIA
Boeing 727 three-engined short medium-range jet transport
Photograph of the Saab-105 multi-purpose light jet aircraft
Three-view drawings of the Saab-105 multi-purpose light jet aircraft
The commercial transport version of the Antonov An-12, with rear gun turret deleted
Sikorsky CH-34A Choctaw (1,525 hp Wright R-1820-84 engine)
Agusta-Bell AB.205 fourteen-seat helicopter (1,100 shp Lycoming T53-L-11 shaft-turbine)
DHC-4A Caribou (two 1,450 hp Pratt & Whitney R-2000-7M2 engines) in the insignia of the Zambia Air Force
Grumman OV-1B Mohawk with SLAR radar in container under fuselage
Lockheed C-130B Hercules turboprop transport in Pakistan Air Force insignia
Republic F-105D Thunderchief single-seat all-weather fighter-bomber
Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic airliner, based on model shown at 1965 Paris Air Show
Hiller Model 12E-L with stability-augmented rotor system
Hiller SL4 four-seat light helicopter with stability-augmented rotor system
Hiller Model E4 four-seat light helicopter (305 hp Lycoming VO-540 engine)
MFI-9B Militrainer with two rockets under each wing
Bolkow Junior two-seat lightplane (100 hp Continental O-200-A engine)
Modified version of "Fishpot" seen at Tushino in 1961
Northrop F-5A carrying 50-gal wing-tip fuel tanks, 750-lb bombs on outboard pylons, 150-gal fuel tanks on inboard pylons and a 2,000-lb bomb under the fuselage
Northrop F-5A and F-5B supersonic combat aircraft
This photograph of the Yakovlev aircraft code-named "Brewer" shows the tandem landing gear
View of Yakovlev's "Brewer" tactical combat aircraft
Dassault Sud-Aviation Mercure twin-jet short-haul transport
Sikorsky SH-3A Sea King (two 1,250 shp General Electric T58-GE-8 shaft-turbine engines)
Sikorsky SH-3A assembled in Japan by Mitsubishi
Sikorsky S-61 fitted experimentally with the Rotoprop being developed for the projected Sikorsky S-66 compound helicopter. Lower pictures show Rotoprop in tail rotor position (left) and propeller position. Flight trials began in early July 1965
Sikorsky VH-3A Presidential transport of the US Executive Flight Detachment
The long-span production version of the Antonov An-14 Pchelka (two 300 hp Ivchenko AI-14RF engines)
Antonov An-14 Pchelka light general-purpose transport
Helio H-250 Courier Mark II (250 hp Lycoming O-540-A1A5 engine)
Beechcraft Model H18 Super H18 light transport (two 450 hp Pratt & Whitney R-985AN-14B engines)
Volpar conversion of the Beechcraft 18, with tricycle landing gear
Hamilton Little Liner conversion of Beechcraft Model 18
PAC Tradewind, a remanufactured Beechcraft C-45/D18S airframe
Latest Volpar conversion of the Beechcraft Super 18, powered by two 600 shp AiResearch TPE 331 turboprop engines
Dumod Infinite II 15-seat conversion of a Beechcraft Model 18
Pilatus PC-6 B-H2 Turbo-Porter (550 shp United Aircraft of Canada PT6A-6 turboprop engine)
Pilatus PC-6/A Turbo-Porter (523 shp Turbomeca Astazou IIE turboprop engine)
С самого начала "Pilatus" проектировала Porter для оснащения различными типами шасси, включая и поплавковое, как на фотографии.
Seaplane version of Turbo-Porter (UAC PT6A-6 turboprop) as built by Hiller under licence
Pilatus PC-6 Porter, with special low-pressure tyres, supplied for flying doctor work in Germany
Dornier Do 28 B-1 (two 290 hp Lycoming IO-540 engines)
Photograph of the Sukhoi fighter code-named "Fishpot"
Photograph and three-view drawing of the Sukhoi fighter code-named "Fishpot"
View of the Yakovlev Yak-32 single-seat jet trainer (one Tumanskii turbojet engine)
View of the Yakovlev Yak-32 single-seat jet trainer (one Tumanskii turbojet engine)
Boeing-Vertol CH-47A Chinook (two 2,650 shp Lycoming T55-L-7 shaft-turbine engines)
Tupolev Tu-124 medium-range jet airliner
Prototype Sud-Aviation SA 330 (two 1,300 shp Turbomeca Turmo IIIC4 shaft-turbine engines)
Breguet 1150 Atlantic maritime patrol aircraft (two 6,105 ehp Hispano-built Rolls-Royce Tyne RTy.20 turboprop engines)
The agricultural version of the Mil Mi-2 (V-2)
The passenger-carrying version of the Mil Mi-2 (V-2)
Britten-Norman BN-2 light transport (two 210 hp Rolls-Royce Continental IO-360-B engines)
Britten-Norman BN-2 twin-engined light transport
Photograph of the Helio HST-550 Stallion turboprop-powered transport
Second prototype Helio Stallion with 600 shp AiResearch TPE 331 turboprop engine
Three-view drawings of the Helio HST-550 Stallion turboprop-powered transport
North American OV-10A (two 660 shp AiResearch T76 turboprop engines}
North American OV-10A counter-insurgency combat aircraft
North American XB-70A Valkyrie in cruising flight configuration, with wingtips turned down
North American XB-70A Valkyrie (six General Electric YJ93 turbojet engines)
North American XB-70A Valkyrie Mach 3 prototype aircraft
General Dynamics F-111A, the USAF version of this variable-geometry fighter
Steward-Davis Super-Catalina conversion in service with Alaska Coastal-Ellis Airlines
Canadair CL-215 water-bombing amphibian
Grumman-built F-111B variable-geometry naval fighter, with wings in intermediate position
The extended-span F-111B fighter for the US Navy
Antonov An-10A four-turboprop airliner in its latest form, with large ventral fins replacing the former auxiliary fins
Hughes OH-6A light observation helicopter (250 hp Allison T63 shaft-turbine engine)
Cessna Model 185D Skywagon with under-fuselage detachable Cargo-Pack
Photograph of the PZL-104 Wilga 2 general-purpose monoplane
Drawings of the PZL-104 Wilga 2 general-purpose monoplane
Hawker Siddeley Argosy C.Mk 1 military transport of No. 114 Squadron RAF Transport Command
Hawker Siddeley Argosy 650 Model 222 freighter in BEA insignia
Aero Commander 500U light transport (two 290 hp Lycoming IO-540-E1A5 engines)
Boeing 737-100 transport, with additional side elevation of long-fuselage 737-200
Zlin 326 Trener-Master (160 hp Walter Minor 6-III engine)
Zlin 226 AS Akrobat Special single-seat fully-aerobatic light aircraft
Piper PA-18 Super Cub 150 (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Transair Piper PA-18-180 Super Cub 180 with wheel-ski landing gear
Fairchild Hiller F-27J airliner (two 2,250 eshp Rolls-Royce Dart RDa.7 Mk 532-7 turboprop engines) in Pacific Airlines insignia
Fokker Friendship executive transport owned by Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken, with underwing auxiliary fuel tanks
Second prototype of the Transall C-160, assembled in Germany by Vereinigte Flugtechnische Werke GmbH
Hawker Siddeley 748 Series 2 in the insignia of Air Ceylon
Hawker Siddeley Andover CC.Mk 2 of The Queen's Flight (two 2,105 ehp Rolls-Royce Dart Mk 531 turboprop engines)
Prototype Hawker Siddeley Andover, with rear loading doors open in flight
Subroto, the first Hawker Siddeley 748 twin-turboprop transport produced in the Aircraft Manufacturing Depot, Kanpur
Hawker Siddeley Andover twin-engined turboprop transport
Photograph of the Tupolev supersonic bomber code-named "Blinder" with under-fuselage missile
Tupolev Tu-16 reconnaissance bomber photographed by an RF-8A Crusader near a US carrier task force in the Pacific
Tupolev Tu-16 bomber carrying two "Kennel" anti-shipping missiles
Westland Wasp HAS.Mk 1 of No 829 Squadron, allocated to the frigate HMS Euryalus
Westland Scout AH.Mk 1 685 shp Bristol Siddeley Nimbus shaft-turbine engine)
Hughes Model 300 three-seat light helicopter on floats.
Hughes TH-55A primary trainer, based on the Model 200
Hughes Model 300AG fitted with spray-boom for agricultural duties
Prototype Short SC.7/10 Skyvan light utility transport (two 632 shp Turbomeca Astazou X turboprop engines) in the insignia of Aeralpi
Short Skyvan twin-turboprop light transport in its production form
Grumman S-2D Tracker of Air Anti-Submarine Squadron 30, US Navy
Handley Page Victor B.Mk 2 medium bomber, carrying Blue Steel missile
BAC Super VC10 Model 1151 (four Rolls-Royce Conway RCo.43 turbofan engines) in the insignia of BOAC-Cunard
BAC VC10 Model 1103 of British United Airways, with forward freight door open
Artist's impression of 265-seat two-deck development of BAC Super VC10
BAC Super VC10 four-jet long-range transport
Mil Mi-10 flying crane carrying a motor coach
Mil Mi-10 flying crane helicopter (two 5,500 shp Soloviev D-25 shaft-turbine engines)
Hawker Siddeley Gnat light fighter built under licence by HAL
Hawker Siddeley Gnat T.Mk 1 advanced trainer from the RAF Central Flying School
Hawker Siddeley Gnat T.Mk I two-seat advanced trainer
DHC-3 Otter Amphibian (600 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340 engine)
Two views of the Canadair CL-84 Dynavert tilt-wing aircraft, taken during initial hovering trials
Fiat G91R/1 tactical fighter fitted with four JATO units, which reduce take-off distance by almost 50%
Dornier Do 27 A-4 (270 hp Lycoming GO-480 engine) in German Air Force insignia
Luton Group Beta single-seat racing aircraft
Dassault Mystere 20 Falcon executive transport (two 4,209 lb st General Electric CF700-2B turbofan engines)
Dassault Mystere 20 Falcon twin-jet light executive transport
de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo twin-turboprop transport
SIAT 223 two-seat tight aircraft in its latest form
Photograph of the HAL HF-24 Marut twin-jet fighter
Three-view drawing of the HAL HF-24 Marut twin-jet fighter
VFW VAK 191 B single-seat V/STOL tactical reconnaissance-fighter
Hawker Siddeley Vulcan B.Mk 2 camouflaged for low-level operations and carrying a Blue Steel air-to-surface missile
Centre Est DR 300 four-seat light aircraft
Jodel D.9 Bebe built in Canada
Aero-Difusion Jodel D.1190.S Compostela (90 hp Continental C90-14F engine)
Jodel-Wassmer D.120 S Paris-Nice (90 hp Continental C90-14F engine)
SAN D.140R Abeille four-seat light aircraft, developed from the Mousquetaire, a type built in small numbers by SAN for the Armee de l'Air.
SAN Jodel D.150 Mascaret (100 hp Rolls-Royce Continental O-200-A engine)
SAN Jodel D.140C Mousquetaire III, showing large baggage door in rear fuselage
Centre Est Jodel DR 1051/M Sicile Record (105 hp Potez 4 E-20 engine)
SAN Jodel DR.1052 Excellence (105 hp Potez 4 E-20 engine)
Centre Est DR 250 four-seat light aircraft (160 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Centre Est DR 200 prototype (105 hp Potez 4 E-20 engine)
BAC Lightning F.Mk 3 of No 111 Squadron, RAF Fighter Command
BAC Lightning F.Mk 3 with leading-edge extension and increased-capacity belly fuel tank
Cessna T-41A of 3560 Training Wing, USAF
Wren 460H STOL lightplane (230 hp Continental O-470-R engine)
The 100th Cessna 172 four-seat light aircraft built by Reims Aviation
Lockheed JetStar light jet transport (four Pratt & Whitney JT12A-6A turbojet engines)
Northrop F-5B two-seat fighter-trainer (two General Electric J85 turbojet engines)
Morane-Saulnier MS 760C Paris III (two Turbomeca Marbore VI turbojet engines)
Fokker F.28 Fellowship twin-jet short-range transport
IA 50 Guarani II ten fifteen-passenger light transport (two 930 shp Turbomeca Bastan Vl-A turboprop engines)
Photograph of the STOL Otter in its current configuration
DHC-6 Twin Otter STOL transport (two 578 eshp United Aircraft of Canada PT6A-20 turboprop engines)
Three-view drawing of the STOL Otter in its current configuration
Aermacchi Aerfer MA-3 military observation aircraft
Bell TH-13T instrument trainer (270 hp Lycoming TVO-435-25 engine)
Carson Helicopters four-seat conversion of Bell Model 47G
Agusta-Bell 47J-3B-1 (270 hp Lycoming TVO-435-B1 engine)
Bell Model 47J-2A Ranger (260 hp Lycoming VO-540-B1B engine)
Bell Model 47G-4 equipped with 50-ft spray-boom for agricultural work
Kawasaki KH-4 four-seat helicopter (270 hp Lycoming TVO-435-B1A engine)
BAC One-Eleven Model 208 short/medium-range jet transport (two Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engines) in Aer Lingus insignia
BAC One-Eleven Model 204 short medium-range jet transport (two Rolls-Royce Spey turbofans) in the insignia of Mohawk Airlines
BAC One-Eleven Series 200 twin-jet airliner
Loading a vehicle into an Aviation Traders ATL.98 Carvair air ferry transport
Hawker Siddeley Heron Series 2 (four 250 hp Gipsy Queen 30 engines)
Hawker Siddeley (DH) Heron light transport of Toa Airways, re-engined by Shin Meiwa
Handley Page Herald Series 400 military transport in the insignia of the Royal Malaysian Air Force, with parachuting door open
Handley Page Herald Series 200 and [bottom right) H.P.124 transport aircraft
Hawker Siddeley 125 Dominie T.Mk 1 in Royal Air Force insignia (two Bristol Siddeley Viper 520 turbojet engines)
The fourth HS 125, operated as a development aircraft, flew for the first time with its present Viper 522 turbojets on November 24, 1964.
Hawker Siddeley Dominie T.Mk 1 navigation trainer
Sikorsky CH-3C transport helicopter (two 1,300 shp General Electric T58-GE-1 shaft-turbine engines) in service with MATS
The new Cessna Model 337 Super Skymaster "push-and-pull" light twin with retractable landing gear
HAL HJT-16 Mk II Kiran jet basic trainer (2,500 lb st Bristol Siddeley Viper 11 turbojet)
Republic F-105F Thunderchief two-seat trainer/tactical fighter
Sud-Aviation SA 3180 Alouette II Astazou (360 shp Turbomeca Astazou IIA shaft-turbine)
Northrop T-38A Talon (two General Electric J85 turbojet engines)
Boeing-Vertol UH-46A utility helicopters (two General Electric T58-GE-8 shaft-turbines)
Boeing-Vertol 107 Model II transport helicopter assembled in Japan by Kawasaki
Boeing-Vertol CH-113 of the RCAF engaged on a simulated water rescue operation
Aero Commander Jet Commander (two 2,850 lb st General Electric CJ610-1 turbojet engines)
Lockheed XH-51A compound helicopter fitted with an auxiliary turbojet and wings
Lockheed XH-51N rigid-rotor research helicopter in NASA insignia
North American T-39A utility trainer (two Pratt & Whitney J60 turbojet engines)
Photograph of Hawker Siddeley P.1127 Kestrel FGA Mk 1 V/STOL tactical fighter
Drawings of Hawker Siddeley P.1127 Kestrel FGA Mk 1 V/STOL tactical fighter
Fiat G91T/1 two-seat trainer (Fiat-built Bristol Siddeley Orpheus 803 turbojet)
L-200D Morava (two 210 hp M337 engines)
Beechcraft Model 90 King Air (two 500 shp UAC PT6A-6 turboprop engines)
The Yakovlev high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft code-named "Mandrake" (provisional)
View of Yakovlev's "Flashlight-D" tactical combat aircraft
SM-1WS ambulance helicopter with external stretcher carriers
SM-2 five-seat helicopter, developed from the SM-1 (Soviet-designed Mi-1)
Westland Whirlwind Series 3 (1,050 shp Bristol Siddeley Gnome shaft-turbine engine)
Рождение DC-9. 25 февраля 1965г.: первый полет прототипа (N9DC) одного из самых удачных реактивных лайнеров фирмы "Douglas" - DC-9. Капитан Дж. Дженсен перегнан машину из Лонг-Бич на авиабазу Эдвардс в Калифорнии. Предназначенный для коротких/средних авиалиний и способный перевозить 72-90 пассажиров, DC-9 вышел на линии авиакомпании "Delta Air Lines" 8 декабря 1965 года.
Douglas DC-9 short medium-range jet transport (two Pratt & Whitney JT8D-5 turbofan engines)
Bearing a Douglas company paint scheme, the first DC-9 is shown on an early test flight. It is now in service with Texas International.
Douglas DC-9 twin-jet short/medium-range jet transport
Westland Wessex HU.Mk 5 armed with machine-guns, rocket launchers, two torpedoes and two Nord SS.11 air-to-surface missiles
Westland Wessex HAS.Mk 3 naval anti-submarine helicopter
Photograph of the Beriev M-10 naval flying-boat (two Type AL-7PB turbojet engines)
Aerocar Model III two-seat roadable aircraft
Handley Page H.P.115 research aircraft (Bristol Siddeley Viper turbojet)
BAC H.126 jet-flap research aircraft (Bristol Siddeley Orpheus turbojet engine)
BAC 221 research aircraft with landing gear extended and nose drooped for improved forward view during the landing approach
BAC 221 ogee-wing research aircraft
North American X-15A-2 research aircraft with external propellent tanks
Northrop M2-F2 lifting body research vehicle
Nose of Northrop M2-F2, with canopy open
Short SC.1 research aircraft (five Rolls-Royce RB.108 turbojet engines) fitted with new autostabilisation and control system
LTV-Hiller-Ryan XC-142A in cruising flight with wing tilted fully down
LTV-Hiller-Ryan XC-142A VTOL transport with wings in intermediate position
EWR-Sud VJ 101C X-1 VTOL research aircraft (six Rolls-Royce RB.145 turbojets), with its wing-tip pods tilted vertically for VTOL operation
Bell X-22A tilting-duct research aircraft (four 1,250 shp General Electric YT58-GE-8D shaft-turbine engines)
Bell X-22A research aircraft with tilting ducts in cruise position
Nord 500 Cadet ducted-propeller research aircraft
Dornier hovering rig (four Rolls-Royce RB.108 lift-jet engines)
Dornier Do 31 E prototype V/STOL tactical transport aircraft
Production version of Dornier Do 31 V/STOL transport
Improved second prototype of the HAL Krishak (190 hp Continental engine)
Dassault Mirage IV-A taking off at overload weight with the aid of JATO rockets
Production Dassault Mirage IV-A supersonic strategic bomber, with external store recessed into undersurface of fuselage
Dassault Mirage IV-A supersonic strategic bomber
Cessna Model 188 Agwagon agricultural aircraft (230 hp Continental O-470-R engine)
Dassault Mirage III-V VTOL fighter, photographed during hovering trials
Dassault Mirage III-G variable-geometry strike fighter
Dassault Mirage III-F2 tactical combat aircraft
Howard 350 (two 2,500 hp Pratt & Whitney R-2800 CB-17 engines)
McKinnon G-21D Goose (four 340 hp Lycoming GSO-480 engines)
McKinnon Super Widgeon, with retractable wingtip floats
Phoenix Luton Minor (37 hp Aeronca-JAP engine) built by Mr Raymond Tilley of Tasmania
Bucker Bu 131 re-engined with a 180 hp Lycoming engine by the FFA
Inter-Air Bellanca 260A four-seat light aircraft (260 hp Continental IO-470-F engine)
American Eaglet
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American Airmotive NA-75 agricultural biplane, based on the Stearman Model 75
Neiva Paulistinha 56-C two-seat light aircraft (90 hp Continental C90-8F engine)
Hawker Siddeley Dove Series 8 (two 400 hp Gipsy Queen 70 engines)
First Riley 400 Dove conversion produced in England by McAlpine
Riley 400 conversion of the Hawker Siddeley Dove
IMCO CallAir A-9 (235 hp Lycoming O-540-B2B5 engine) fitted with dusting equipment
Alon Model A-2 Aircoupe two-seat light aircraft (90 hp Continental C90-16F engine)
Saab AJ 37 Viggen attack fighter
Cessna T-37C basic jet trainer of the Peruvian Air Force
Beechcraft Model B55 Baron (two 260 hp Continental IO-470-L engines)
Sud-Aviation Marquis (two 450 shp Turbomeca Astazou IIJ turboprop engines)
McDonnell RF-4C of the 10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, USAF
Газотурбинный Djinn строился довольно большой серией, но по массовости и летным данным уступал Alouette II и Alouette III.
Sud-Aviation SO 1221 Djinn (Turbomeca Palouste turbo-generator)
Sud-Ouest SO.1221 Djinn 10FR12/‘BSB’ of the French Aviation Legere de l’Armee de Terre (ALAT). This tiny helicopter first flew in 1953 and over 100 were delivered to the ALAT, while three also joined the US Army for evaluation.
Close-up of the port outer engine nacelle of a phase three Shackleton MR.Mk 3, with air intake for the Viper 203 auxiliary turbojet open
Short SC.5/10 Belfast C.Mk 1 military heavy transport (four 5,730 ehp Rolls-Royce Tyne RTy.12 turboprop engines)
Short SC.5/10 Belfast military heavy transport aircraft
Piasecki 16H Pathfinder in its original form, before conversion for high-speed research under Navy Army contract
Lightning T.Mk 4 trainer of No. 226 OCU, stationed at Coltishall
Lear Jet Model 23 (two General Electric CJ610-4 turbojet engines)
Lear Jet Model 23 twin-jet light executive transport
Fiat G91Y twin-engined tactical fighter
Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee two-seat trainer (140 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Canadair 400 (CL-44J) swing-tail passenger and or cargo transport
The pressurised version of the Aero Commander Grand Commander
Aero Commander Turbo Commander (two 575 shp AiResearch TPE 331 turboprop engines)
HAL HUL-26 Pushpak two-seat light aircraft (90 hp Continental C90-8F engine)
Modified Baby Ace (65 hp Continental engine) built by Ray Boheen and Dayne Moore
Piper PA-30 Twin Comanche (two 160 hp Lycoming IO-320 engines)
Agusta A.101G medium-size general-purpose helicopter (three 1,250 shp Bristol Siddeley Gnome shaft-turbine engines)
Agusta A.I 05 (275 shp Turbomeca-Agusta TAA 230 shaft-turbine engine)
Agusta A.105B, a four-seat development of the Agusta A.105
Agusta A-105B four-seat light helicopter
UH-1B Iroquois armed with 30-in machine-guns and 2 75-in rockets;
Agusta-Bell AB.204B ASW anti-submarine helicopter of the Italian Navy
Fuji-Bell UH-1B helicopter of the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force
Оснащенный поплавками Bell 204 используется на нефтепромыслах на континентальном шельфе, хотя вертолеты крайне редко оснащались таким шасси.
Pontoon-equipped Model 204B;
Model 204B with experimental four-blade rigid rotor;
Bell Model 533 high-performance research helicopter in its latest form with sweptback wings and side-mounted turbojet engines
BAC Jet Provost T.Mk 52 of Iraqi Air Force armed with 24 Sura rockets
BAC 145 Jet Provost T.Mk 5 primary and basic trainer
First production Air & Space Model 18-A two-seat light autogyro
Yak-18P single-seat advanced trainer (260 hp Ivchenko AI-14R engine)
AISA I-11B two-seat light aircraft (93 hp ENMA Flecha engine)
Modified Wittman Tailwind (125 hp Lycoming O-290 engine) built by Arthur Brown
Wittman Tailwind, with tricycle landing gear and other modifications, built by William Hansen (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
General Dynamics/Convair 990A in the insignia of SAS
VIASA. "Venezolana Internacional De Aviacion S. A." (VIASA) заказала один Convair 880M в 1959 году. Он был получен 1 августа 1961-го и поступил в эксплуатацию на линии Каракас - Нью-Йорк. В сентябре VIASA купила второй самолет, а в 1963 году взяла в аренду третий. VIASA имела тесные связи с "КLМ Royal Dutch Airlines" и в какой-то момент 880-е летали с двойными обозначениями и окраской - компании VIASA на левом борту и компании KLM - на правом. VIASA отказалась от своих 880-х в 1968 году и продала их в Гонконг компании "Calhay Pacific".
General Dynamics/Convair 880 Model 22-M (four General Electric CJ-805-3B turbojet engines)
Fiat G222 V/STOL medium-range transport aircraft
Pitts Special (85 hp Continental C85-8FJ engine) built by Leonard Smith
Waitomo Airtruck (550 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340 engine)
Transavia Airtruk agricultural aircraft (285 hp Continental IO-520-A engine)
Beagle Mk 11 three-seat AOP aircraft (260 hp Rolls-Royce Continental IO-470-D engine)
Laverda Super Falco Series IV (160 hp Lycoming O-320-B3B engine)
Lockheed C-141A StarLifter (four Pratt & Whitney TF33-P-7 turbofan engines)
Lockheed C-141A StarLifter long-range military transport (four Pratt & Whitney TF33-P-7 turbofan engines)
Lockheed Model 301, commercial version of the C-141A StarLifter
Model of the Grumman Gulfstream II twin-jet executive transport
Beagle B.206R Basset CC.Mk 1 (two 310 hp Rolls-Royce Continental GIO-470-A engines)
Photograph of the turbo-supercharged Beagle B.206S
Three-view drawing of the turbo-supercharged Beagle B.206S
Cessna Model 411 (two 340 hp Continental GTSIO-520 engines). These were the first three delivered
Northrop X-21A laminar-flow control research aircraft, modified from a WB-66D
Latest version of the Snow S-2C agricultural aircraft in operation with spraygear
Beagle D.5/180 Husky 3/4-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A2A engine)
Auster D-series training and communications aircraft produced by OGMA
Beechcraft Model A23 Musketeer II (165 hp Continental IO-346-A engine)
Swearingen Excalibur conversion of the Beechcraft D50 Twin-Bonanza
Swearingen Beechcraft Queen Air 800 (two 400 hp Lycoming IO-720 engines)
Beechcraft Model A80 Queen Air (two 380 hp Lycoming IGSO-540-A1A engines)
Beechcraft Model D95A Travel Air (two 180 hp Lycoming IO-360-B1B engines)
Doyn conversion of the Beechcraft Travel Air with 250 hp Lycoming O-540 engines
Artist's impression of Howard's tri-motor conversion of the Beechcraft Travel Air
Prototype Hiller FH-1100 five-seat utility helicopter (317 shp Allison 250-C18 shaft-turbine)
Sud-Aviation/Matra M 360-6 light executive transport, with forward engine stopped
Champion 7GCB Challenger Deluxe (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A2B engine)
Clipped-wing aerobatic version of the Champion Citabria
Bensen B-8 Gyro-Glider, modified for two-seat operation, flies hands-off with new offset-gimbal head
Bensen B-11M Kopter-Kart Gyro-Copter, powered by six McCulloch MC75 go-kart engines
Bensen B-13 helicopter has fixed-pitch tail rotor driven by two separate engines, There is no interconnection between main and tail rotors
Kit of parts for Bensen B-8M Gyro-Copter and completed aircraft
Recently delivered to Mr. L. D. Goldsmith by Campbell Aircraft Ltd., this Bensen B-8 Special is a refined version of the Bensen B-8 Gyro-Copter light autogyro with nose-fairing and spats,
Bensen B-9 Little Zipster (60 hp Mercury engine)
Boeing RC-135D fitted with extensive radar and reconnaissance equipment
Brantly Model 305 five-seat helicopter (305 hp Lycoming IVO-540 engine)
Brantly Model B-2B (180 hp Lycoming IVO-360 engine)
Wassmer WA-40A Super IV (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1A engine)
Drawing of Bolkow Bo 46 (800 shp Turbomeca Turmo IIIB shaft-turbine)
Prototype Breguet 941 STOL transport (four 1,200 shp Turbomeca Turmo IIID turboprop engines)
Prototype Breguet 941 STOL transport, with fairing aft of rear loading ramp removed for air-drop operations
Breguet 941S STOL transport (four 1,500 shp Turbomeca Turmo IIID3 turboprops)
Canadair CL-41G, with two General Electric Minigun six-barrel 0.30-in machine-gun pods under the fuselage, two 750-lb napalm tanks on inboard wing mountings and two 250 lb Mk 81 bombs on outboard mountings
Canadair CL-41A two-seat jet basic trainer
CASA-207 Azor military transport (two 2,040 hp Bristol Hercules 730 engines)
Cessna Model 150F two-seat light aircraft (100 hp Continental O-200-A engine)
Cessna Model P206 Super Skylane (285 hp Continental IO-520-A engine)
Cessna Model 210E Centurion (285 hp Continental IO-520-A engine)
Cessna Model 310J (two 260 hp Continental IO-470-D engines)
Riley Rocket (two 290 hp Lycoming IO-540-A1A5 engines)
Cessna Model 320 Skyknight (two 260 hp Continental TSIO-470-D engines)
Mooney Mark 22 Mustang pressurised light aircraft (310 hp Lycoming TIO-540-A1A engine)
Mooney Mark 21 four-seat cabin monoplane (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1D engine)
Mooney M-20D Master, generally similar to the Mark 21 but with non-retractable landing gear
Allison Convair 580 in the insignia of Avensa
Prototype Convair 600 conversion of the Convair-Liner transport, with two Rolls-Royce Dart turboprop engines
Prototype Wallis autogyro in its latest form with improved engine cowlings
Grumman Gulfstream executive transport (two 2,190 eshp Rolls-Royce Dart 529 turboprop engines)
DH Chipmunk Mk 23 single-seat agricultural aircraft converted by Farm Aviation Ltd
Dornier Do 28D Skyservant twin-engined STOL transport
Swearingen Merlin 2 pressurised light transport (two 578 shp UAC PT6 turboprop engines)
Druine D.5 Turbi (85 hp Continental C85-12 engine) built by Mr. John Carnwith
Rollason-built Druine Turbulent operating on skis
Piper PA-31 executive transport (two 310 hp Lycoming engines)
Knight Twister single-seat high-performance sporting biplane (125 hp Lycoming engine)
Piel C.P.304 Emeraude built by Mr Wayne Barton of Rush, New York
Scintex CP 1310 C3 Super Emeraude (100 hp Rolls-Royce/Continental O-200-A engine)
Prototype Piel C.P.60 Diamant (90 hp Continental C90 engine)
Fairtravel Linnet, a licence-built version of the Piel Emeraude
Piel C.P.750 two-seat light aircraft (115 hp Potez engine)
Rollason (Druine) D62A Condor (100 hp Rolls-Royce/Continental O-200-A engine)
Meteor Super (220 hp Meteor Alfa 4 engine)
Fifth prototype of the FFA P-16 Mk III, of which a re-engined COIN version is projected
Enstrom F-28 three-seat helicopter in its latest form with a fully-articulated rotor
Fuji LM-2 4 5-seat liaison aircraft (340 hp Lycoming IGSO-480 engine)
Fuji KM-2 primary trainer (340 hp Lycoming IGSO-480 engine)
Aero Commander 200 four-seat light aircraft (285 hp Continental IO-520-A engine)
Modified Pietenpol Air Camper built by St Catharine's EAA Group, Ontario, Canada
Hispano HA-200D Saeta jet advanced trainer (two Turbomeca Marbore IIA turbojet engines!
Modified Stits Playboy (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
Long Cloudhawk, a development of the single-seat Stits Playboy light aircraft
Stits SA-11A Playmate two-seat light aircraft in its original form
Norge C four-seat light aircraft (260 hp Lycoming GO-435 engine)
HAL HT-2 primary trainer (155 hp Cirrus Major III engine)
Fletcher FU-24 agricultural aircraft (260 hp Continental IO-470-D engine)
Piper PA-24-260 Comanche 260 (260 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
Piper PA-23-250 Aztec C (two 250 hp Lycoming IO-540-C4B5 engines)
Latest version of the Vecto Geronimo conversion of the Piper Apache 160
Самой мощной версией в семействе Apache стал PA-23-235, впервые превысивший скорость более 322 км/ч. Впрочем, ввиду перехода на модель Aztec, было выпущено всего 118 таких машин.
Piper Apache 235 tour five-seat transport (two 235 hp Lycoming O-540-B1A5 engines)
Line-up of four Jurca M.J.2 Tempete single-seat light aircraft
Transland Ag-2 agricultural aircraft (600 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340 engine)
Bushby/Long Midget Mustang (90 hp Continental C90 engine) built by Mr Lloyd Butler Of Norwalk, Ohio
SIPA/Gerard "Aile Flottante" experimental monoplane
Found FBA-2C taxying out for first operation on floats for Pacific Western Airlines
Alpavia Avion-Planeur RF3 (39 hp Volkswagen engine)
Fuji F-200 four-seat light aircraft (145 hp Continental O-300 engine)
Fuji T1B trainers (Ishikawajima-Harima J3-IHI-3 turbojet)
Prototype Meyer Little Toot in its latest form, with enclosed cockpit
Maule M-4 Rocket four-seat light aircraft (210 hp Continental IO-360-A engine)
Cuauhtemoc M-1 four-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A engine
Standard single-seat version of the Salvay-Stark Skyhopper
Sport-Aire II (115 hp Lycoming O-235-C1 engine), with modified tail, built by W. Horstmeyer
Phoenix Luton Major (62 hp Walter Mikron II engine) built by S. G. and T. G. Stott
Cobelavia Nipper D-158 in its latest form, with wingtip fuel tanks
Putzer Elster B (95 hp Continental C90-12F engine)
Sikorsky HH-52A search and rescue helicopter of the US Coast Guard
Piaggio P166C (two 380 hp Lycoming IGSO-540-A1C engines)
IA 51, the higher-powered version of the Ranquel
IA 46 Ranquel agricultural monoplane (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
UTVA-60-AT four-seat utility aircraft (270 hp Lycoming GO-480 engine)
UTVA-60H, a floatplane version of the UTVA-60-AT1
Scintex ML 250 Rubis (250 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
Photograph of General Dynamics Convair Model 48 Charger
Drawings of General Dynamics Convair Model 48 Charger
HFB 320 Hansa (two General Electric CJ610-1 turbojet engines)
HFB 320 Hansa executive transport
Grumman C-2A Carrier On-board Delivery aircraft, developed from the E-2A Hawkeye. The nose-probe is for flight trials only
Grumman C-2A carrier on-board delivery transport
NAMC YS-11 short-range turboprop transport (two 3,060 shp Rolls-Royce Dart Mk 542 turboprop engines) in Toa Airways insignia
Bede BD-1 prototype (108 hp Lycoming O-235-C1 engine) in its latest form
Sud-Aviation Gardan GY-80 Horizon of the Air France Aero-Club
Rallye Commodore 180, the four-seat version of the Rallye light aircraft
Photograph of the TS-11 Iskra
Three-view drawings of the TS-11 Iskra
Grumman Ag-Cat (300 hp Jacobs R-755-A2M1 radial engine)
Thorp T-18 built by Mr Earl Love (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Sikorsky S-61N amphibious commercial transport helicopter in the insignia of British European Airways
Drawings of the HA-300 single-seat fighter built at Helwan Air Works
XV-9A, showing blade-tip jet nozzles
Hughes XV-9A research helicopter, with hot-cycle propulsion system
IABSA Premier 64-01 two-seat light aircraft (75 hp Continental A75 engine)
Самолет Premier 64-01 внешне был похож на Piper Cub и имел схожую конструкцию. Аналогичного типа самолеты бразильской компании "Neiva" имели хороший успех.
BF-1 Beija-Flor helicopter, under continuing development at the PAR
Несколько машин I.P.T. FG 8 Guanahara эксплуатировались в ВВС Бразилии. Эту модель разработали на основе самолета I.P.T.10 Junior.
FG-8 Guanabara executive transport, produced by modification of a Fokker S-12 trainer
Belalang two-seat primary trainer, a modified Piper L-4J
Lake LA-4 four-seat amphibian (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1A engine)
Pazmany PL-1 Laminar (95 hp Continental C90-12F engine)
Z-37 Cmelak agricultural aircraft with dry chemical distributor (310 hp M462 engine)
Prototype Taylor Monoplane with its new one-piece cockpit canopy
Mitsubishi MU-2B STOL utility transport (two 605 eshp AiResearch TPE 331 turboprops)
PIK-15 Hinu glider-towing aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A2B engine)
PIK-15 two-seat light aircraft (150 hp Lycoming engine)
Piper PA-25-235 Pawnee (235 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
General Dynamics/Martin RB-57F high-altitude special reconnaissance aircraft
General Dynamics/Martin RB-57F high-altitude special reconnaissance aircraft
Douglas TA-4E, a tandem two-seat training version of the Skyhawk attack aircraft
Aermacchi-Lockheed AL.60B2 (260 hp Continental TSIO-470-B engine)
Aermacchi-Lockheed AL.60C4 equipped with wheel-ski landing gear
MFI-10B Vipan four-seat cabin monoplane (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Manzolini Libellula II light helicopter (101 hp Walter Minor 4-III engine)
Maranda Super Loisir BM1-A (90 hp Continental engine)
На Maranda Lark BM6 образца 1964 года крылья располагались уступом.
Maranda Lark BM6 (65 hp Continental A65 engine)
SIAI-Marchetti FN-333 Riviera (250 hp Continental IO-470-P engine)
Nord 262 pressurised light transport (two 1,065 eshp Turbomeca Bastan VIC turboprop engines) in the insignia of Lake Central Airlines
Nord 262 twin-turboprop pressurised light transport
The projected Boeing 733 supersonic transport with variable-sweep wings
The projected Lockheed Model 2000 supersonic transport
Oberlerchner JOB 15-150 three-seat light aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A2B engine)
Partenavia P.64 Oscar four-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine
Partenavia P.57 Fachiro II-f (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A2A engine)
Photograph of Piaggio-Douglas PD-808 twin-jet light executive transport
Three-view drawing of Piaggio-Douglas PD-808 twin-jet light executive transport
Isaacs Fury, a 7/10-scale replica of the Hawker Fury fighter of the 1930's
Piper PA-32-260-6 Cherokee Six (260 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
The Ryan XV-5A "fan-in-wing" research aircraft with the doors over all three lift-fans open
Ryan XV-5A lift-fan research aircraft
Potez 841 turboprop-powered light transport
Procaer Picchio F15C (260 hp Continental IO-470-E engine
PZL-MD-12F photographic survey aircraft, with glazed nose and camera ports
Aero Commander 100 (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A engine)
S.205 оказался весьма успешным четырехместным кабинным монопланом, на базе которого позже был создан S.208. Самолет I-SIAK - прототип.
Siai-Marchetti S-205 four-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Super Kunang Model 35 in its latest form with unswept tail surfaces
Photograph of UTVA-65 Privrednik agricultural aircraft
Drawings of UTVA-65 Privrednik agricultural aircraft
Dassault Mirage III-BS two-seat fighter-trainer of the Swiss Air Force
Aero Boero 95 three-seat light aircraft (95 hp Continental C90-8F engine)
IA 53 agricultural monoplane (225 hp Continental O-470-E engine)
Turbay T-3A seven-seat light transport (two 180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1D engines)
YA1 Cropmaster 250R (250 hp Rolls-Royce Continental IO-470-R engine)
Transavia P.L.13 four-seat light aircraft
Victa Airtourer 100 (100 hp Rolls-Royce/Continental O-200-A engine)
Victa Aircruiser 210 four-seat light aircraft
Pre-production prototype of the Avian 2/180 Gyroplane
Racek R-7 aerobatic aircraft (160 hp Walter Minor 6-III engine)
Heinonen HK-2 two-seat light aircraft (115 hp Lycoming O-235-C1 engine)
Croses Pouplume (10.5 hp Moto engine) built in the Argentine
Croses EC-6 two-seat light aircraft (90 hp Continental C90 engine)
Second prototype Gatard Statoplan AG 02 Poussin in its latest form
Jidey J-13 Flash (45 hp Persy-II engine)
Jidey J-131 Flash, of which drawings are available to amateur constructors
M.J. 5 Sirocco two-seat light aircraft
Jurca M.J.6 twin-engined amateur-built light aircraft
Jurca M.J.7 Gnatsum homebuilt light aircraft, based on the Mustang fighter
Nicollier HN 433 Menestrel single-seat home-built aircraft (30 hp Volkswagen engine)
Prototype SIPA Antilope light aircraft (665 eshp Turbomeca Astazou X turboprop engine)
Siemetzki ASRO 4 two-seat helicopter
Bolkow 207 four-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Dornier Do 32 ultra-light helicopter (BMW 6012 705 turbine engine)
DFS-582 high-altitude research aircraft
DFS-611 meteorological research aircraft
VFW WFG-H2 experimental autogyro (72 hp McCulloch engine)
FSS-100 Tourist two-seat light aircraft (65 hp Walter Mikron engine)
SOH-01 experimental two-seat helicopter (160 hp radial engine)
Revathi Mk 1 three-seat light aircraft, with covering incomplete
MMPL-II Kanpur-II (250 hp Lycoming O-540-A1B5 engine)
Aviamilano P.19R Scricciolo glider-towing aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A1A engine)
Aviamilano P.19tr two-seat light aircraft with tricycle landing gear
Fiat G95/4 hovering rig in its special ground test structure
Procaer Cobra 400 (Turbomeca Marbore II turbojet engine)
Photograph of Siai-Marchetti SH-4 three-seat light helicopter
Three-view drawing of Siai-Marchetti SH-4 three-seat light helicopter
C.Itoh N-62 Eaglet four-seat STOL lightplane (160 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
The agricultural crop-dusting version of the PZL-101A Gawron (260 hp AI-14R engine)
IAR-818 general-purpose monoplane
Rotorcraft Minicopter light autogyro (72 hp McCulloch O-100-1 engine)
Vos Springbok two-seat light helicopter (150 hp Lycoming engine)
Datwyler MDC-Trailer glider tug (165 hp Franklin 6A4-165-B3 engine)
Uetz U2V, a development of the Jodel D.119 without the usual coarse dihedral
Uetz U4M Pelikan four-seat light aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Photograph of Beagle B.242 four-seat light aircraft
Three-view drawings of Beagle B.242 four-seat light aircraft
Artist's impression of the Thruxton Gadfly E.S.102 two-seat light autogyro
Trail Air Model 1TA (65 hp Continental C65-8 engine) built by Tom Apple
Bannick Model T Copter (65 hp Lycoming engine)
Bert BF4 single-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A2A engine)
Bowers Fly Baby (65 hp Continental engine) built by Mr John Frew
Champion Jupiter K-2 two-seat lightplane )125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
First production model of the Custer CCW-5 channel-wing aircraft
Cvjetkovic CA-61 Mini Ace single-seat light aircraft (65 hp Continental A65 engine)
Del Mar Model DHT-1 helicopter ground trainer delivered for US Army evaluation
Prototype Hocker-Denien Sparrow Hawk (65 hp Lycoming O-145 engine)
Denien Wren B2W single-seat light aircraft
Distributor Wing DW-1 agricultural aircraft (290 hp Lycoming IO-540 engine)
Prototype for the Doman D-10B general-purpose helicopter
Doyle Moon Maid amateur-built lightplane (25 hp Volkswagen engine)
Modified versions of the EAA Biplane, built by Clair O. Meyer (left) and Allen Ruby. Each is powered by a 125 hp Lycoming O-290 engine
Hiller Ten99 (550 shp United Aircraft of Canada PT6 shaft-turbine engine)
Ground trainer version of Helicom Commuter Jr helicopter
Jovair J-2 two-seat autogyro (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Kaminskas RK-1 Papoose Jungster 1 (100 hp Lycoming O-235-C engine)
For stowage, the wing of the Lacey M-10 pivots on a centre point above the cabin
Fellabaum Starfire, a side-by-side two-seat adaptation of the Loving Love
Loving-Wayne WR-1 Love built in Canada by an amateur constructor
Marcotte Rich Mixture II light aircraft (85 hp Continental C85-12 engine)
XAZ-1 Marvelette boundary layer control research aircraft, designed by the Aerophysics Department of Mississippi State University
Mong Sport built by Mr Waldon Spillers and Mr Lester Staley
Nagler Vertigyro VG-1 flying as a helicopter
Nesmith Cougar (85 hp Continental C85 engine) built by Mr Vernon C. Long
PJ-260 aerobatic biplane built by Edward H. Mahler of Ozone Park, New York
Piasecki VZ-8P(B) Airgeep II (two 530 hp Turbomeca Artouste HC shaft-turbines)
Russell BR-1 Gyroplane (65 hp Lycoming engine)
Skyway AC-35 two-seat Autogiro
Smith Miniplane (65 hp Continental engine) built by Duard Suby
Miniplane (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G) built by Robert Griffith and Al Neunteufel
Sorrell SNS-1
Spezio Tuholer (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G4 engine)
Modified Stewart Headwind (55 hp Lycoming engine) built by Ernest Anderson
Stits SA-6B Flut-R-Bug (65 hp Continental A65 engine) built by Mr W. Thomas
Stolp-Adams SA-100 Starduster (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine) built by Mr Frank Thrash
Swick Swickster
Modified Termite (65 hp Franklin engine) built by W. Logan and M. Rickets
Tubular Aircraft Products Thorp Model 211 Sky Skooter two-seat light aircraft
Turner Model T-40 Ophelia Bumps (85 hp Continental C85-FJH engine)
Volmer VJ22 Sportsman amphibian built by J.Tillotson, R.Gilligan and C.Ernst
Wefel-Mignet HM-360 Pou-du-Ciel in its latest form with tricycle landing gear
Single-seat biplane built by Arthur Whitacre (85 hp Continental engine)
The Wigal autogyro with its engine and propeller inclined downward for rotor spin-up
First production Wing Derringer (two 150 hp Lycoming engines)
Young Eddyo F-2 two-seat light aircraft (135 hp Lycoming O-290-D2 engine)
Zlatoust Young Pioneers' Malish single-seat light aircraft
Lockheed HC-130H Hercules air search, rescue and recovery aircraft with nose-mounted recovery system extended
Helio Twin-Courier in its current form, with auxiliary aerofoil between engines
Boeing EC-135C flying command post operated by USAF Strategic Air Command