Jane's All the World Aircraft 1976
01 - Aircraft
WSK-Mielec (Antonov) An-2R agricultural aircraft, with ventral dispersal gear and rotary atomisers
Antonov An-22 Antheus long-range heavy transport aircraft (four 15,000 shp Kuznetsov NK-12MA turboprop engines)
Antonov An-22 Antheus long-range heavy transport aircraft
Antonov An-26, a development of the An-24T freight transport with enlarged rear-loading ramp-door
Fuelling a Beriev M-12 (Be-12) Tchaika (two 4,000 shp Ivchenko AI-20D turboprop engines) of the Red Banner Northern Fleet
Beriev M-12 (Be-12) Tchaika maritime patrol amphibian flying-boat of the Soviet Naval Air Force
Ilyushin Il-18 medium-range transport (four Ivchenko AI-20 turboprop engines) in service with Yemen Arab Republic Aviation
Ilyushin Il-18 four-turboprop medium-range airliner
Kamov Ka-26 in service with Hungarian Air Force
Kamov Ka-26 twin-engined light general-purpose helicopter
Military version of Mil Mi-6 heavy general-purpose helicopter
Mil Mi-8 (V-8) passenger helicopter (two 1,500 shp Isotov TV2-117A turboshaft engines)
Troops disembarking from a hovering Mil Mi-8 military helicopter. This differs from the commercial version in having circular cabin windows and twin weapon-carriers on outriggers
Military version of Mil Mi-8 twin-turbine helicopter, with additional side view (bottom) of commercial version
Mikoyan MiG-21 multi-role fighter; version known in NATO as "Fishbed-L"
HAL-built MiG-21M, the first example of which was completed in February 1973
Version of MiG-21 known to NATO as "Fishbed-K"; wingtip ECM pods not fitted
Mikoyan MiG-21SMT ("Fishbed-K") single-seat multirole fighter
MiG-25 ("Foxbat-A") interceptors taking off, with their landing light switched on
Mikoyan MiG-25 single-seat fighter (NATO code name "Foxbat-A")
MiG-23 taxying out of its dispersal shelter with wings in a swept position
Египетская "спарка" Су-7УМК (79-я серия, 3-я машина) на авиабазе Бильбейс, служившей центром подготовки арабской ИБА
Su-7U (NATO “Moujik”), in service with the Egyptian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-7BM single-seat close support fighter, with additional side view (bottom) of two-seat Su-7U
Одно из первых изображений "Бэкфайра", появившееся в зарубежных источниках
The Tupolev variable-geometry strategic bomber known to NATO as “Backfire-B"
LAS/McDonnell Douglas A-4S Skyhawk for the Singapore Air Defence Command
McDonnell Douglas A-4M Skyhawk II attack aircraft of US Marine Corps Squadron VMA-324
The second pre-production A-10A takes off for its first flight on 26 April 1975
Fairchild Republic A-10A prototype seen during flight refuelling trials
Second pre-production Fairchild Republic A-10A single-seat close-support aircraft, with GAU-8/A 30 mm gun installed
Fairchild Republic A-10A single-seat twin-engined close-support aircraft
Prototype Aerospatiale SA 365, a version of the Dauphin with twin Turbomeca Arriel turboshaft engines
Martin Marietta X-24B lifting-body research vehicle mounted beneath the wing of a B-52 for air-launch
Several Buccaneers have been used for research and other special duties, including flight development of the radar for the Tornado GR Mk 1
First of two Buccaneer S.Mk 2s converted by Marshall as avionics testbeds for the Panavia MRCA
One of three Hawker Siddeley Buccaneers for RAE weapons trials. Yellow, green and white paint scheme aids tracking cameras
Boeing 720 testbed modified to demonstrate the potential ot the company's ASW projects which would be based on the basically-similar 707-320C airframe
Boeing Model 707-320C (four Pratt &Whitney JT3D-7 turbofan engines) for delivery to Malaysia
Second production example of the Aerospatiale, BAC Concorde four-jet supersonic transport aircraft, in British Airways insignia
Third production Concorde, which, like the first production aircraft, has been finished in Air France insignia
Eight-tenths scale replica D.H.2 built by Mr Joe Mason of Woodland Hills, California
First of three pre-production standard Boeing E-3A Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft taking off for its first flight
Boeing E-3A airborne warning and control system aircraft
McDonnell Douglas F-4N Phantom II at Miramar NAS
McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle single-seat air superiority fighter
McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle twin-turbofan air superiority fighter
General Dynamics YF-16, with twelve bombs, two ECM pods and two Sidewinder air-to-air missiles on wing weapon stations
General Dynamics YF-16 single-seat air combat fighter, second prototype
General Dynamics F-16A (Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-100(3) afterburning turbofan)
Aeritalia-built Lockheed F-104S combat aircraft, one ot 18 supplied to the Turkish Air Force in late 1974 early 1975
Comparison of two F-8A Crusaders: with NASA’s supercritical wing (left) and in standard configuration (right)
LTV F-8 Crusader modified under NASA’s Digital Fly-By-Wire programme
McDonnell Douglas Northrop F-18 twin-engined carrier-based air combat fighter
Soko G2-A Galeb two-seat basic training aircraft (Rolls-Royce Bristol Viper 11 turbojet engine)
Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR. Mk 1 with laser rangefinder in modified nose
Hawker Siddeley AV-8A Harriers in service with US Marine Corps Squadron VMA 231
Artist’s impression of the Advanced Harrier for the US Marine Corps, minus the 20 mm under gun packs and five weapon pylons that it would normally carry
Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR.Mk 3 single-seat V/STOL close-support and reconnaissance aircraft with laser rangefinder in nose. This will be fitted retrospectively to all GR.Mk 3s.
Refurbished Hawker Hunter Mk 58A of the Swiss Air Force, subject of a modification programme by the Federal Aircraft Factory
Soko J-1 Jastreb single-seat light attack aircraft, developed from the Galeb
Cockpit section of the TJ-1 Jastreb Trainer
Prototype of the Orao single-seat tactical fighter (two Rolls-Royce Viper turbojet engines)
The Orao single-seat fighter, built in partnership by Romania and Yugoslavia
Orao single-seat tactical fighter, developed jointly by the Romanian and Yugoslav industries
SEPECAT Jaguar Es and (far right) a Jaguar A of the 7e Escadre de Chasse of the French Armee de l'Air
Jaguar GR.Mk 1 single-seat tactical support aircraft of No. 6 squadron, RAF Strike Command
Boeing E-4B advanced airborne command post (four General Electric F103-QE-100 turbofan engines approaching a KC-135 tanker
IAI Kfir single-seat interceptor and ground attack aircraft, evolved from the French Mirage III/5 airframe
IAI Kfir (General Electric J79-GE-17 afterburning turbojet engine)
Aero L-29 Delfin two-seat jet trainers, production of which has now ended after the manufacture of more than 3,000
Lockheed L-1011-100 TriStar medium-range transport in the insignia ot Saudi Arabian Airlines. This aircraft will be retrofitted in 1976 with RB.211-524 engines and redesignated L-1011-200
British Army development Lynx, holder of Class E1e straight-line and closed-circuit international speed records
Second Lynx HAS.Mk 2 development aircraft, undergoing deck landing trials in Aeronavale insignia
Aermacchi M.B. 326E tandem two-seat training aircraft for the Italian Air Force
EMBRAER (Aermacchi) AT-26 Xavante jet trainer ground attack aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force
First production example of the single-seat Impala Mk 2, based on the Aermacchi M.B. 326K and built by Atlas Aircraft Corporation
The Macchi MB.326K single-seat ground attack aircraft of the Italian Air Force gave a full aerobatic display, including spins, complete with underwing stores.
Dassault Mirage III-RP reconnaissance aircraft of the Pakistan Air Force
Dassault Mirage 5-DV two-seat trainer/combat aircraft of the Venezuelan Air Force, with an Argentine Mirage III-EA (background)
Dassault Mirage F1-E prototype, with SNECMA M53 afterburning turbofan engine
Dassault Mirage F1 of the South African Air Force, carrying two Matra 550 Magic air-to-air missiles on wingtip launchers, four Matra 155 rocket packs and an underbelly fuel tank
Dassault Mirage F1-C of No. 3/30 “Lorraine” Squadron of the French Air Force, at Reims
Dassault Mirage F1-E (SNECMA M53 afterburning turbofan engine)
Beechcraft Model F33C Bonanzas in the insignia of the Spanish Air Force
Beechcraft Bonanza Model A36 (285 hp Continental IO-520-BA engine)
Beechcraft’s V-tailed Bonanza Model V35B (285 hp Continental IO-520-BA engine)
Bell OH-58A Kiowa turbine-powered light observation helicopter in US Army service
Bell Model 206L LongRanger seven-seat general-purpose light helicopter
Photograph of the Bell 206B JetRanger II light utility helicopter (400 shp Allison 250-C20 turboshaft engine)
Agusta-Bell 212ASW anti-submarine and anti-surface-vessel helicopter (1,290 shp PT6T-6 engine)
Blown window, for logging operations, on Bell Model 212
The projected AEW version of the Hawker Siddeley Nimrod
One of the three Nimrod R.1s, XW665, operated by No. 51 Squadron. R.A.F. Wyton. Note the modified tailcone in place of the MAD boom and the revised contours of the port wing leading-edge pod
Hawker Siddeley Nimrod MR.Mk 1 four-turbofan maritime patrol aircraft ot RAF Strike Command
The first of two WP-3D flying laboratory versions ot the Lockheed P-3 Orion delivered to the US Department of Commerce for use in atmospheric research
Lockheed P-3C Orion four-turboprop naval ASW aircraft
Aerospatiale Westland SA 341 Gazelle (590 shp Turbomeca Astazou IIIA turboshaft engine)
Westland/Aerospatiale Gazelle HT.Mk 3 of the Central Flying School, RAF Training Command
Stretcher installation in ambulance version of Aerospatiale Westland SA 341 Gazelle
SIAI-Marchetti SF.260MX two/three-seat military trainer photographed during inverted flight
SIAI-Marchetti SF.260W light strike aircraft of the Dubai Police Air Wing
SIAI-Marchetti SF.260MX military trainer (260 hp Lycoming O-540-E4A5 engine)
Kaman YSH-2E, one of two HH-2Ds modified to carry a new-type radar antenna and other Mk III LAMPS equipment
Second prototype of the Sikorsky YUH-60A utility transport helicopter, which flew for the first time on 21 January 1975
Sikorsky YUH-60A Utility Tactical Transport Aircraft System (UTTAS)
Prototype Dassault Super Etendard, produced by modification of Etendard IV No. 18
Second prototype of the Panavia MRCA multi-role combat aircraft, with its wings in the fully-swept position
Panavia MRCA multi-role combat aircraft
Aviation Specialties S-55T turbine-powered conversion of the Sikorsky S-55 helicopter
Первый серийный Ил-76 (№ 0104, СССР-76500). 1973 г.
Ilyushin Il-76 freight transport (four Soloviev D-30KP turbofan engines) photographed during proving flights to oil and natural gas producing areas in the Tyumen region of Siberia
Loading containerised freight on to an Ilyushin Il-76 transport aircraft
Myasishchev M-4 maritime reconnaissance aircraft in the form known to NATO as “Bison-B"
Myasishchev M-4, in the form known to NATO as "Bison-C”, with additional side view (centre) of "Bison-B”
In-flight photograph of Lockheed YF-12A
One of two Lockheed YF-12s being used in a NASA research programme
The "Bear-D" version of the Tu-95 is now known to have an important missile guidance role
Boeing B-52H fitted with AN ASQ-151 Electro-optical Viewing System
Ilyushin Il-38 anti-submarine/maritime patrol derivative of the Il-18 airliner
The version of the Kamov Ka-25 anti-submarine helicopter with a blister fairing at the base of the central tail-fin
Kamov Ka-25K flying-crane helicopter (two 900 shp Glushenkov GTD-3 turboshaft engines)
Tupolev Tu-95 maritime reconnaissance bomber in the form known to NATO as "Bear-C"
First prototype of the Grumman F-14B Tomcat carrier-based multi-role fighter
Grumman F-14A Tomcat of US Navy Squadron VF-1, with latest form of underfuselage missile racks
Ilyushin Il-62M, the high-density version of this long-range airliner (four Soloviev D-30KU turbofan engines)
Ilyushin Il-62 long-range transport aircraft (four Kuznetsov NK-8-4 turbofan engines) in service with LOT Polish Airlines
Tupolev Tu-134A medium-range transport (two Soloviev D-30 turbofan engines) of the East German Interflug
Tupolev Tu-134A twin-turbofan short medium-range transport
Agusta A 109 general-purpose helicopter (two 420 shp Allison 250-C20B turboshaft engines)
Agusta A 109 twin-engined general-purpose helicopter
Aerospatiale SA 319B Alouette III Astazou equipped for mountain operations with the French Gendarmerie
ICA-Brasov-built Aerospatiale SA 316B Alouette III helicopter
Hawker Siddeley Harrier FRS.Mk 1 for the Royal Navy
Grumman A-6E TRAM (target recognition attack multisensor) version of the A-6E Intruder
Grumman KA-6D Intruder tanker of US Navy Squadron VA-145, based on the USS Ranger
LTV Aerospace A-7E Corsair II close air-support interdiction aircraft of the US Navy
LTV Aerospace YA-7H, a prototype two-seat version of the A-7 Corsair II
First of 60 LTV Aerospace A-7H Corsair II tactical fighters for the Hellenic Air Force
Lockheed S-3A Viking anti-submarine aircraft of US Navy Squadron VS-21, based on the carrier John F. Kennedy
Lockheed S-3A Viking carrier-based anti-submarine aircraft in landing configuration
Grumman E-2C advanced early-warning aircraft, latest version of the Hawkeye
Prototype Boeing 747SP reduced-capacity long-range airliner (foreground), accompanied at its roll-out by the first 747, built in 1968
Boeing Model 747-287B high-capacity transport aircraft in the insignia of Aerolineas Argentinas
Nose-loading of the Boeing Model 747-230F freighter being demonstrated
Boeing 747-123, delivered originally to American Airlines and since converted to all-cargo configuration for Flying Tigers
Model of the rig to mate and demate the Space Shuttle orbiter with its ferry aircraft
Artist's impression showing how the Space Shuttle orbiter will be ferried “piggyback" above a Boeing 747 carrier aircraft that is being modified for the task by Boeing
Boeing 747SP short-fuselage long-range version of the 747
Aero L-39 Albatros two-seat jet trainer (licence-built Ivchenko AI-25-TL turbofan engine) in Czechoslovak Air Force insignia
Экипаж Ту-128 состоял из летчика и штурмана-оператора. Ракеты Р-4 были разработаны специально для перехватчика Ту-128, ни один другой самолет нести их не мог. Масса УР Р-4Р - 492 кг, длина - 5,45 м, масса боевой части - 50 кг.
Tu-28P all-weather interceptor with “Ash” infra-red missile on inboard pylon under port wing
Tupolev Tu-28P all-weather interceptors, code-named “Fiddler", each armed with four underwing "Ash" missiles
Tupolev Tu-28P supersonic twin-jet all-weather interceptor
A two-seat training version of the MiG-21, in Czechoslovakian insignia
One of the six Saab 35BS Drakens leased from Sweden by the Finnish Air Force for training
Antonov An-24V light transport (two 2,550 ehp Ivchenko AI-24A turboprop engines) of the Somali Air Force
Boeing Model 727-251C (three Pratt & Whitney JT8D turbofan engines) in service with Dominicana
Yakovlev Yak-40 short-range transport (three Ivchenko AI-25 turbofan engines) with ventral airstair door lowered
Saab 105G demonstration aircraft, carrying six 500 lb bombs on underwing attachments
Antonov An-12 rear-loading transport (four 4,000 ehp Ivchenko AI-20K turboprop engines) of Bulair
Antonov An-12 four-turboprop general-purpose commercial transport aircraft
Mikoyan MiG-23B single-seat tactical fighter with wings spread, landing gear extended and ventral fin folded
Mikoyan MiG-23B single-seat variable-geometry fighter, with additional side-view (bottom) of two-seat MiG-23U
Ector Super Mountaineer, a civil version of the Cessna L-19 Bird Dog
AIDC/CAF-built Bell UH-1H Iroquois helicopter for the Chinese Nationalist Army
Bell HH-1H Iroquois local base rescue helicopter in USAF service
First of a new batch of 48 improved C-130Hs for tho USAF, delivered on 1 April 1975, was the 1,310th Hercules built by Lockheed
Lockheed C-130E combat transport aircraft in service with the Brazilian Air Force
Prototype WC-130B Hercules fitted with Kaman AWRS (Airborne Weather Reconnaissance System)
Lockheed L 100-30 Hercules commercial transport in the insignia of Saturn Airways
Lockheed L 100-20 version of the commercial Hercules, with additional side view (bottom) of L 100-30
Lockheed C-130E Hercules four-turboprop medium long-range combat transport
Mil Mi-10 flying crane derivative of the Mi-6, with additional side view (bottom) of Mi-10K
Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport, photographed at the 1975 Paris Air Show, with nose drooped and foreplanes extended for take-off
Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport, in production form, with foreplanes extended. This aircraft was displayed at the 1975 Paris Air Show
Tupolev Tu-154 medium long-range transport aircraft (three Kuznetsov NK-8-2 turbofan engines) in service with Malev
Sukhoi Su-11 single-seat fighter, armed with two of the missiles code named "Anab"
Sukhoi Su-11 single-seat all-weather interceptor
VFW-Fokker (Sikorsky) CH-53G in service with the German Army
Sikorsky HH-53C heavy-lift helicopter of the 37th ARRS, USAF, at Phu Cat Air Base, Vietnam
Sikorsky RH-53D minesweeping and multi-mission helicopter of the US Navy
Northrop RF-5A single-seat reconnaissance fighter, showing the reconnaissance nose unit
Version of the Yak-28 (NATO "Brewer-E”) equipped for active ECM operations
The version of the Yak-28 two-seat tactical attack aircraft known to NATO as “Brewer-C”, with additional side views of “Brewer-B” (top) and the Yak-28U (“Maestro”) tandem-cockpit trainer (centre)
Истребитель-перехватчик Су-15.
Sukhoi Su-15 ("Flagon-A") single-seat tactical fighter (two turbojet engines with afterburners)
Dassault Mercure short-haul large-capacity transport in the insignia of Air Inter
The ninth Hawker Siddeley Trident 2E short/medium-range three-turbofan transport tor delivery to CAAC of China
Hawker Siddeley Trident 2E short-haul airliner, with additional side view (bottom) of Trident 3B
Let L-410A Turbolet twin-turboprop light transport in Slov-Air insignia
L-410AF aerial survey version ot the Turbolet, with modified nose, in the insignia of a Hungarian customer
Sukhoi Su-19 two-seat twin-engined variable-geometry fighter-bomber
Sikorsky SH-3H multi-purpose helicopter for ASW and expansion of fleet missile defence
Westland Commando Mk 2 tactical military helicopter, developed from the Sea King
Agusta-Sikorsky SH-3D anti-submarine helicopter in the insignia of the Italian Navy
First of ten Westland Sea King Mk 50 helicopters ordered by the Royal Australian Navy, with 1,590 shp Gnome H.1400-1 turboshaft engines and other improvements
Westland Sea King HAS.Mk 1 anti-submarine helicopter
Westland Commando Mk 2 twin-turboshaft tactical military helicopter
Antonov An-14 Pchelka twin-engined light general-purpose aircraft
Истребители J-6 и перехватчики J-6A ВВС КНР на ночном аэродроме
Two Chinese counterparts of the Soviet MiG-19PF all-weather fighter taxi past standard F-6s MiG-19SFs , the nearest of which has large underwing weapon carriers
Shenyang F-6 (Chinese-built MiG-19SF) single-seat day fighter
The Yakovlev Yak-36 experimental VTOL aircraft, code-named "Freehand”
Helio Super Courier Model H-295 six-seat STOL monoplane (295 hp Lycoming GO-480-G1A6 engine)
Helio Trigear Courier Model HT-295 with fixed tricycle landing gear
Volpar Turboliner II, a 15-passenger conversion of the Beechcraft Model 18, in operation with Winship Air Service, Anchorage, Alaska
Volpar Turbo 18 conversion of the Beechcraft Model 18, operated by the US Public Health Service for air sampling
Hamilton Westwind III conversion of the Beech Model 18 (two Pratt & Whitney Aircraft of Canada PT6A-27 derated turboprop engines)
PC-6/B1 Turbo-Porter fitted with Micronair AU-3000 crop-spraying gear
Pilatus PC-6/B2 STOL utility aircraft (550 shp Pratt & Whitney Aircraft of Canada PT6A-27 turboprop engine)
The only photograph yet made available of the tandem two-seat training version ot the Su-9 (NATO “Maiden")
Meridionali-built (SIAI-Marchetti-built ???) Boeing Vertol CH-47C Chinook in Italian Army insignia
Cessna A-37B Dragonfly light strike aircraft (two General Electric J85-GE-17A turbojets)
The version of the Mil Mi-24 military assault helicopter known by the NATO code name of "Hind-A”
Ми-24Б ("изделие 241", "HIND-A")
These first illustrations of the Mil Mi-24 gunship and assault transport helicopter, which is now being deployed in substantial numbers by the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany and other components of the Soviet armed forces, depict two variants of the basic design designated by the Air Standards Co-ordinating Committee as Hind-A and Hind-B (on photo). The wings of the Hind-B differ in configuration and are set at a sharp angle of incidence. Comparable with the Sikorsky S-67 Blackhawk, the Mi-24 uses similar gearboxes, power plant, drive shafts and controls to those of the Mi-8.
Mil Mi-24 assault helicopter, in the form known to NATO as "Hind-A"
Aermacchi M.B.339 two-seat jet trainer and light attack aircraft
Aerospatiale Westland SA 330H Puma of the Force Aerienne Congolaise
Breguet 1150 Atlantic maritime patrol aircraft of the French Navy, with radar extended and weapons bay open
Agricultural version of the WSK-Swidnik (Mil) Mi-2 twin-turbine light helicopter, with hoppers and spraybars
Mi-2M modified version of the Mi-2, with widened 10-seat cabin and retractable nosewheel
WSK-Swidnik (Mil) Mi-2 twin-turbine general-purpose light helicopter
Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander of Mount Cook Airlines, with wheel/ski landing gear
Britten-Norman Defender, military version of the BN-2A Islander
Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander twin-engined feederline transport of Lesotho Airways, built in Romania by IRMA
Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander equipped for geophysical survey
Helio Stallion Model H-550A eight/ten-seat general-utility STOL aircraft
Helio AU-24A armed version of the Stallion, with LAU-68A/A rocket launcher and B-37K-1 bomb container beneath the wings
Rockwell International OV-10B(Z) Bronco, with auxiliary turbojet
Второй опытный OV-10D корпуса морской пехоты отправляется в боевой вылет с авиабазы Дананг
Rockwell International YOV-10D Night Observation Gunship System (NOGS) aircraft
The reconnaissance version of the MiG-25, known to NATO as "Foxbat-B". Note the camera-carrying nose and absence of wingtip fairings
General Dynamics F-111E fighter-bomber of the USAF
General Dynamics F-111 fitted with supercritical wing for NASA’s TACT programme
Alternative version of "Bear-F" without undernose radome
The version of "Bear-F" with an undernose radome
Antonov An-30 aerial survey development ot the An-24 twin-turboprop transport aircraft, with glazed nose and other modifications
Canadair CL-215 amphibian (two 2,100 hp Pratt & Whitney R-2800 radial engines) in service with the Spanish Air Force
The Alpha Jet 02 prototype with ventral gun pod and stores on the four underwing hardpoints
The four prototypes (left to right: 02, 04, 03 and 01) of the Dassault-Breguet Dornier Alpha Jet trainer close air support aircraft
Alpha Jet basic and advanced jet trainer and close support aircraft
Prototype of the Bell AH-1Q TOW Cobra during qualification testing
General Dynamics FB-111A for USAF Strategic Air Command
Artist's impression of EF-111A
Mikoyan MiG-23B single-seat variable-geometry fighter, with additional side-view (bottom) of two-seat MiG-23U
Sikorsky CH-54B heavy-lift utility version of the Skycrane in US Army service
Kawasaki (Hughes) Model 369HS light helicopter (400 shp Allison 250-C20 turboshaft engine)
Special bubble window over ends of two stretchers in Hughes Model 500C ambulance
Hughes Model 500D one seven-seat commercial helicopter (420 shp Allison 250-C20B turboshaft engine)
BredaNardi NH-500C (Hughes Model 500) light general-purpose helicopter
Cessna Model 185 Skywagon one/six-seat cabin monoplane (300 hp Continental IO-520-D engine)
Cessna AGcarryall utility aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-D engine)
Robertson STOL-equipped Cessna 180, showing clearly the cambered wingtips, stall fences and drooped ailerons
Cessna Model 180 Skywagon one/six-seat cabin monoplane (230 hp Continental O-470-S engine)
PZL-104 Wilga 35 four-seat utility aircraft in the insignia of the Polish Air Force
Gelatik 32 Indonesian-built examples of the PZL-104 Wilga utility aircraft
PZL-104 Wilga 35A, current production version with new tailwheel landing gear
PZL-104 Wilga 35A general-purpose monoplane
Artist's impression of the new Navion Rangemaster Model G (285 hp Continental IO-520 engine)
Rockwell Shrike Commander executive transport (two 290 hp Lycoming IO-540-E1B5 engines)
Boeing Model 737-2M6 twin-turbofan short-range transport In service with Royal Brunei
Boeing T-43A navigational trainer, evolved from the Model 737-200
Zlin Z 526 F two-seat basic training aircraft (180 hp Avia M 137 A engine)
Zlin Z 526 AFS Akrobat single-seat advanced aerobatic aircraft (180 hp Avia M 137 A engine)
Zlin Z 726 Universal two-seat training aircraft (180 hp Avia M 137 AZ engine)
Piper PA-18 Super Cub 150 with Sorensen spray equipment fitted
Fokker-VFW F27 Friendship Mk 600 twin-turboprop passenger/cargo transport, in the insignia of Union of Burma Airways
Mk 500 cargo transport version of the F27 Friendship in the insignia of Airlines of New South Wales
Sukhoi Su-20 variable-geometry ground attack fighter in service with the Polish Air Force
Sukhoi Su-20 variable-geometry tactical combat aircraft
Development version of Antonov An-28 with interim 810 shp Isotov TVD-850 turboprop engines
Development version of Antonov An-28 with TVD-850 turboprop engines
Hawker Siddeley 748 Series 2A with optional large rear freight door
Hawker Siddeley 748 Srs 2A twin-turboprop transport supplied to Korean Air Lines
The tandem-cockpit training version of the Tu-22, known to NATO as “Blinder-D"
Tupolev Tu-22 twin-jet supersonic bomber (“Blinder-A”) with additional view of nose of “Blinder-D” training version
Yakovlev Yak-42 short-range transport (three Lotarev D-36 turbofan engines)
Yakovlev Yak-42 three-turbofan short-range passenger transport
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Series 40 (three Pratt & Whitney JT9D turbofan engines) in service with Northwest Orient Airlines
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Series 30CF convertible passenger/freight transport in the insignia of Sabena
The DC-10 Series 30 Dag Viking in service with SAS
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Series 10CF convertible passenger freight transport aircraft in the insignia of Continental Air Lines
Yakovlev Yak-18T basic trainer (360 hp Vedeneev M-14P engine)
Photograph of the Grumman EA-6B Prowler four-seat all-weather electronic countermeasures aircraft
Camera windows under the bomb bay identify the version of the Tupolev Tu-22 known to NATO as "Blinder-C"
Tupolev Tu-22 twin-jet supersonic bomber (“Blinder-A”) with additional view of nose of “Blinder-D” training version
Tupolev Tu-16, in the form known to NATO as “Badger-F”, with additional side view (bottom) of “Badger-D”
“Badger-G" version of the Tupolev Tu-16 twin-jet bomber, in Egyptian Air Force insignia, with two “Kelt” missiles on underwing launcher
This A300B1 was leased by TEA of Belgium to Air Algerie during the Winter of 1974-75. With a nine-abreast 323-passenger layout, it was used to carry pilgrims on the annual journey to Mecca
First B4 version of the Airbus Industrie A300 twin-turbofan wide-bodied transport aircraft
Airbus A300B2 wide-bodied short/medium-range transport
Gates Learjet 36 twin-turbofan executive transport flying in company with the first UK-registered Learjet, a Model 25B
Learjet Model 36 fitted with Raisbeck wide-chord Fowler trailing-edge flaps
First production example of the FMA IA 58 Pucara for the Argentine Air Force taking off for its first flight on 8 November 1974
FMA IA 58 Pucara counter-insurgency aircraft for the Argentine Air Force, equipped with underwing and underfuselage weapons
Scottish Aviation Jetstream Series 200 executive transport aircraft (two 996 ehp Turbomeca Astazou XVI turboprop engines)
Lockheed C-5A Galaxy long-range military heavy transport (four General Electric TF39-GE-1 turbofan engines)
A Lockheed C-5A Galaxy of the USAF accepts what is, for it, part of a conventional load
Hughes TH-55A (modified) with 317 shp Allison Model 250-C18 turboshaft engine, similar to the standard engine ot the Army OH-6A
Hughes Model 300CQ “quiet” version of the standard Model 300C
Shorts Skyvan Srs 3M twin-turboprop military transport aircraft in the insignia ot the Ghana Air Force
Beechcraft YT-34C Turbo Mentor primary trainer (715 shp PT6A-25 turboprop engine)
Beechcraft T-34C Turbo Mentor turboprop-powered primary training aircraft
Mil Mi-10 flying crane derivative of the Mi-6, with additional side view (bottom) of Mi-10K
HAL Gnat Mk I single-seat fighter of the Indian Air Force
Cessna Citation 500 Series seven/eight-seat twin-turbofan executive transport (two Pratt & Whitney JT15D-1 turbofan engines)
Photograph of Falcon 50 mockup
Drawing of Falcon 50 mockup
Northrop YF-17 lightweight fighter (two General Electric YJ101 turbojet engines)
Aerotec T-23 Uirapuru two-seat primary training aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force
Aerotec A-122B, civil version of the Uirapuru (160 hp Lycoming O-320-B2B engine)
Cessna Model 340 II lightweight pressurised business aircraft (two 285 hp Continental TSIO-520-K engines)
Riley Super 340 conversion of the Cessna Model 340
Stevenson/Owl OR-70 Fang Formula One racing aircraft (100 hp Continental O-200 engine)
Vin-Del/Owl OR-71 Lil Quickie Formula One racing aircraft
First Australian-built Cassutt Special, being flown by its builder, Peter Furlong of Traralgon, Victoria
Dassault Falcon 10 executive transport (two Garrett AiResearch TFE 731-2 turbofan engines)
Dassault Mystere 20 executive transport (two General Electric CF700-2D-2 turbofan engines)
Installing the freight door on a Dassault Falcon Cargo Jet of Federal Express
de Havilland Canada DHC-5A Buffalo twin-turboprop STOL utility transport aircraft in the insignia of the Peruvian Air Force
de Havilland Canada XC-8A research aircraft in flight with ACLS inflated
Photograph of the NASA/DITC DHC C-8A Buffalo modified by The Boeing Company for augmentor wing jet STOL research
CASA 223K1 single/two-seat aerobatic training aircraft in military insignia
HAL HF-24 Marut Mk I, in squadron service with the Indian Air Force, equipped with underwing fuel tanks
Prototype of the HAL HF-24 Mk IT two-seat training version of the Marut
HAL HF-24 Marut Mk I single-seat ground attack fighter
Aerospace Airtrainer CT/4 in Royal Australian Air Force insignia
Aerospace Airtrainer CT/4, fitted with rocket pods for evaluation in forward air control role
Airtrainer CT/4 two/three-seat aerobatic trainer
Hawker Siddeley Harrier two-seat combat trainer of the RAF's No. 233 Squadron
Этот DR.400/180 Regent с кенийской регистрацией 5Y-ASB - довольно редкий экземпляр. В настоящее время данная машина зарегистрирована в Великобритании. Сужающиеся в плане концевые секции крыла являются отличительной особенностью DR.400.
Robin DR 400/180 Regent (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A engine)
Jodel D.9 single-seat homebuilt aircraft (Volkswagen engine)
Modified Jodel D.11 built by Wayne Nelson of Bountiful, Utah
Robin HR 200/100 (108 hp Lycoming O-235-H2C engine)
Strikemaster Mk 82A of the Sultan of Oman's Air Force, armed with 80 mm rockets and 245 kg bombs
Skyhawk II, de luxe version of the Cessna Model 172
Cessna Skylane II, a de luxe version of the Model 182 with factory-installed avionics
Reims-Cessna FR-172 Reims Rocket (210 hp Rolls-Royce Continental IO-360-H engine)
Lockheed Model 1329-25 JetStar II executive transport {four AiResearch TFE 731-3 turbofan engines)
Lockheed JetStar II executive transport (four AiResearch TFE 731-3 turbofan engines)
Northrop SF-5B two-seat fighter trainer, assembled in Spain by CASA and operated under the designation CE-9 by the Spanish Air Force
Bede BD-5A (40 hp Hirth two-stroke engine), the basic homebuilt version of the Micro
Bede BD-7 two/four-seat homebuilt sporting monoplane
Two of three F28 Fellowship Mk 1000 twin-turbofan airliners ordered by Aerolineas Argentinas in early 1975
Fokker-VFW F28 Fellowship Mk 2000 short-haul transport, in the insignia of Air Gabon
FMA IA 50 GII twin-turboprop multi-purpose aircraft ot the Argentine Air Force, fitted with wingtip tanks
One of the six DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 300S aircraft operated by Airtransit Canada on the Canadian government's Ottawa-Montreal STOL service
Float-equipped DHC-6 Twin Otter of the Ontario Department of Lands and Forests
Second prototype of the Aerospatiale SA 360 Dauphin ten-seat general-purpose helicopter
Aerospatiale SA 360 Dauphin (1,050 shp Turbomeca Astazou XVIIIA turboshaft engine)
Aeritalia AM.3C (340 hp Lycoming GSO-480-B1B6 engine), built for the air forces ot South Africa and Rwanda
Agusta-Bell 47G-4A helicopter (280 hp Lycoming VO-540 engine)
BAC One-Eleven Series 500 twin-turbofan transport in the insignia of Philippine Airlines (PAL)
National Aircraft Leasing (BAC) One-Eleven luxury corporate aircraft conversion
BAC One-Eleven Series 475 convertible passenger cargo transport of the Sultan of Oman's Air Force
Hawker Siddeley 125 Series 600, with engine noise suppressors, delivered in March 1975 to the Bundesanstalt fur Flugsicherung for checking radio aids to air navigation
Prototype of the Boeing Vertol Model 179, a commercial derivative ot the YUH-61A
First prototype of the Boeing Vertol YUH-61A UTTAS (two 1,500 shp General Electric T700-GE-700 turboshaft engines)
Boeing Vertol YUH-61A Utility Tactical Transport Aircraft System (UTTAS)
Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican search and rescue helicopter of the US Coast Guard
Pereira GP3 Osprey II two-seat lightweight homebuilt amphibian
Prototype N22 version ot the Government Aircraft Factories Nomad STOL utility aircraft
Hawker Siddeley Hawk two-seat basic and advanced jet trainer, fitted with underwing rocket pods
Third Hawker Siddeley Hawk to fly, camouflaged and carrying four underwing rocket pods
Shorts SD3-30 commuter transport aircraft (two 1,120 shp Pratt & Whitney Aircraft ot Canada PT6A-45 turboprop engines)
Shorts SD3-30 twin-turboprop commercial and military transport
Cessna T337 Pressurised Skymaster II (two 225 hp Continental TSIO-360-C engines
Reims-Cessna FT-337P Pressurised Skymaster (two 225 hp Continental TSIO-360-C engines)
Cessna O-2A forward air control aircraft, with underwing rocket pods
Reims-Cessna FTB-337G for special duties, with underwing containers
HAL HF-24 Marut Mk I single-seat ground attack fighter
First pre-production example of the DHC-7 Dash 7 quiet STOL transport (four 1,120 shp PT6A-50 turboprop engines)
de Havilland Canada DHC-7 Dash 7 four-turboprop STOL transport
Photograph of EMB-110C civil version of the Bandeirante general-purpose transport aircraft (two 680 shp PT6A-27 turboprop engines)
Photograph of EMB-110C civil version of the Bandeirante general-purpose transport aircraft (two 680 shp PT6A-27 turboprop engines)
Five newly-completed HAL HA-31 Mk II Basant agricultural spraying aircraft awaiting delivery from the Kanpur Division
Sikorsky S-67 Blackhawk fitted with two dummy Sidewinder air-to-air missiles, 16 TOW anti-tank missiles and a belly-mounted 20 mm cannon
Aerospatiale SA 318C Alouette II Astazou, with optionally-available pneumatic float landing gear
Aerospatiale SA 315B Lama (Turbomeca Artouste IIIB turboshaft) in service with Avi-Alpi of Italy
One of the Safaris used for famine relief in Ethiopia, with dropable underwing load
Saab Supporter light multi-purpose military aircraft, with six Bofors Bantam anti-tank missiles in underwing containers
Saab Supporter light army co-operation and training aircraft
Second, revised prototype of the Pilatus PC-7 Turbo-Trainer (550 shp P&WACL PT6A-25 turboprop engine)
IAI-201 Arava twin-turboprop military transport, one of two delivered to the Salvadorean Air Force
Kawasaki KV-107/II-4 tandem-rotor helicopter of the JGSDF, with newly developed "snowshoe" wheel/ski landing gear
Kawasaki KV-107/IIA-5 of tho JASDF, with rescue hoist and sliding main door to fuselage
Photograph of the IAI 1123 Westwind twin-jet light executive transport
Artist's impression of the IAI 1124 turbofan version of the Westwind
T-39D with special equipment in modified nose for duty at the Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California
Rockwell Sabre 75A eight twelve-seat business transport (two General Electric CF700-2D-2 turbofan engines)
Rockwell Sabre Series 60 business transport (two Pratt & Whitney JT12A-8 engines)
The Sukhoi Su-15 fighter in its STOL version, NATO code name "Flagon-B"
Full-scale mockup of the Rockwell International XFV-12A
Beechcraft King Air E90 (two 550 ehp Pratt & Whitney Aircraft of Canada PT6A-28 turboprop engines)
Three King Air C90s and two King Air A100s for delivery to the Spanish Air Ministry
Beechcraft King Air A100 eight/fifteen-seat pressurised transport (two 680 ehp Pratt & Whitney Aircraft of Canada PT8A-28 turboprop engines)
Yakovlev Yak-28P ("Firebar") two-seat all-weather interceptor with current lengthened nosecone
The version of the Yak-28 two-seat tactical attack aircraft known to NATO as “Brewer-C”, with additional side views of “Brewer-B” (top) and the Yak-28U (“Maestro”) tandem-cockpit trainer (centre)
Sukhoi Su-7B close support fighter of the Egyptian Air Force
Sukhoi Su-7BM single-seat close support fighter, with additional side view (bottom) of two-seat Su-7U
Prototype of the McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Series 50 139-seat short, medium-range transport
McDonnell Douglas DC-9 Series 30 in the insignia of Aviaco
McDonnell Douglas C-9B Skytrain II (two 14,500 lb; 6,575 kg st Pratt & Whitney JT8D-9 turbofan engines)
Martin Marietta X-24B lifting-body research vehicle mounted beneath the wing of a B-52 for air-launch
"Стиляга" 3МД в дальнем полете
This photograph of the "Bison-C" version of the M-4 shows clearly its modified nose
Myasishchev M-4, in the form known to NATO as "Bison-C”, with additional side view (centre) of "Bison-B”
Dassault Mirage M5-F in service with the French Air Force
Dassault Mirage 5-DV two-seat trainer/combat aircraft of the Venezuelan Air Force, with an Argentine Mirage III-EA (background)
Rockwell International T-2C Buckeye two General Electric J85-GE-4 turbojet engines
McDonnell Douglas TF-15A Eagle two-seat trainer, fitted with Fast Packs
WSK-Mielec M-15 agricultural biplane (3,306 lb; 1,500 kg st Ivchenko AI-25 turbofan engine)
WSK-Mielec M-15 turbofan-engined agricultural aircraft
Cessna AGwagon agricultural aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-D engine)
Zlin 42 M two-seat light training and touring aircraft (180 hp Avia M 137 AZ engine)
Z 43 S ambulance version of the Zlin 43 two/four-seat light aircraft
CASA C.212 Aviocar military transport and general-purpose aircraft in the insignia of the Portuguese Air Force
McKinnon G-21 Turboprop Goose of the Bureau of Land Management (two Pratt & Whitney Aircraft of Canada PT6A engines)
Volpar “Packaged Power” units, embodying 765 shp AiResearch TPEJ331-2U-203 engines, installed in a Grumman Goose
Knowles Duet side-by-side two-seat light aircraft, adapted from the Luton Minor
Luton L.A.4a Minor (65 hp Continental A65-8F engine) built by Mr Tom Regan
Four Bucker Bu 131A Jungmann biplanes fitted by Morand with 150 hp Lycoming engines
Bellanca Super Viking 300A four-seat light aircraft
Lycoming-engined second prototype of the PZL-106 Kruk (Raven) agricultural aircraft
WSK-Okecie PZL-106 agricultural aircraft with uncowled 600 hp PZL-3S seven-cylinder radial engine
Production version ot the PZL-106 Kruk (600 hp PZL-3S engine)
Texas Airplane CJ600, a “stretched” conversion of the de Havilland Dove
Riley Turbo-Exec 400 conversion of the Hawker Siddeley de Havilland) Dove
Underfuselage mounting for the 30 mm Oerlikon cannon fitted to the JA 37 version of the Viggen
Saab AJ 37 Viggen in the new Swedish Air Force four-colour splinter camouflage
Second of the tour development aircraft tor the JA 37 interceptor version of the Saab Viggen combat aircraft, and the first to be fitted with the RM8B engine
Ventral reconnaissance pods and other external stores on a Saab SF 37 Viggen
Saab JA 37 Viggen single-seat interceptor, with additional side view (centre) of SK 37 two-seat training version
Cessna T-37C two-seat primary jet trainer with armament provisions
Beechcraft Baron Model 58 four/six-seat aircraft (two 285 hp Continental IO-520-C engines)
Beechcraft Model 58P pressurised version of the Baron
Beechcraft Baron Model B55 (two 260 hp Continental IO-470-L engines)
McDonnell Douglas F-4CCV research aircraft with canard foreplanes
MBB BO 105 in service in Japan (two 400 shp Allison 250-C20 turboshaft engines)
MBB BO 105 fitted experimentally with six Hot anti-tank missiles and stabilised sight
MBB BO 106, a six/seven-seat development of the five-seat BO 105
Boeing Vertol/MBB BO 105 Executaire, a “stretched” fuselage version of the West German light helicopter
MBB BO 105HGH, a modified version of the BO 105 for high-speed research
BO 105 five-seat light helicopter (two 400 shp Allison 250-C20 turboshaft engines)
MBB B0 106 six seven-seat twin-turboshaft light helicopter
Sikorsky S-76 eight/twelve-passenger commercial transport helicopter
Sikorsky S-69 (XH-59A) prototype for evaluation of the ABC rotor system
Gates Learjet 24D twin-jet light executive transport (two General Electric CJ610-6 turbojet engines)
Gates Learjet 36 twin-turbofan executive transport flying in company with the first UK-registered Learjet, a Model 25B
Aeritalia G91Y combat aircraft of the Italian Air Force (two 4,080 Ib; 1,850 kg st J85-GE-13A afterburning turbojets)
Boeing YC-14 advanced medium STOL transport
Bell Model 222 twin-turboshaft light commercial helicopter
RU-21J version of the Beechcraft Super King Air procured for the US Army’s Cefly Lancer programme
Beechcraft Super King Air 200 (two 850 shp Pratt & Whitney Aircraft of Canada PT6A-41 turboprop engines)
Piper Cherokee Cruiser, basic version of the Cherokee series (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Piper PA-28-200 Cherokee Arrow II with retractable landing gear (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-C1C engine)
Piper Cherokee Archer four-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A3A engine)
Overhead view of the Piper Cherokee Warrior highlights the distinctive wing shape
Piper Cherokee Pathfinder four-seat light aircraft (235 hp Lycoming O-540-B4B5 engine)
Aero Commander 685 seven/nine-seat pressurised business transport
Rockwell Commander 690A business aircraft (two 700 ehp AiResearch TPE 331-5-251K turboprop engines)
Sparrow Commander agricultural aircraft (235 hp Lycoming O-540-B2B5 engine)
Baby Ace Model D seaplane built by EAA Chapter 60 at Janesville, Wisconsin
EAA Super Acro-Sport aerobatic biplane (200 hp Lycoming engine)
Aerospatiale SN 601 Corvette (two P&WACL JT15D-4 turbofan engines) in service with Africair. This aircraft is fitted with optionally-available tip tanks
Aerospatiale SN 601 Corvette twin-turbofan multi-purpose aircraft
Indian-built example of the RL-3 Monsoon two-seat light aircraft
Prototype Bell Model 214B utility helicopter (2,930 shp Lycoming T5508D turboshaft engine)
Bell Model 214A in Iranian camouflage (2,930 shp Lycoming LTC4B-8D turboshaft engine)
Bell Model 214B medium-size commercial heavy-lift helicopter
Prototype Aerosport Scamp homebuilt aerobatic biplane (60 hp Volkswagen 1,834 cc modified motor car engine)
Fuji-Bell 204B-2 medium helicopter, demonstrating the carriage of externally-slung cargo
Agusta-Bell 204AS anti-submarine helicopter in the insignia of the Italian Navy
XT-CH-1B second prototype of this AIDC/CAF-designed tandem two-seat basic trainer
Colomban MC 10 Cricri single-seat ultra-light amateur-built aircraft (two 9 hp Rowena 6507J engines)
Colomban MC 10 Cricri with planned engine and wheel fairings
AISA autogyro GN (300 hp Lycoming IO-540- K1A5 engine)
AJEP Developments Wittman Tailwind, with sweptback tail surfaces and other modifications
Modified Wittman Tailwind built by Mr Jerry Varnell of Little Rock, Arkansas (85 hp Continental C85 engine)
20 июля 1971г.: поднялся в воздух реактивный двухместный учебно-тренировочный самолет Mitsubishi XT-2 - первый сверхзвуковой самолет, разработанный и созданный в Японии.
First prototype of the Mitsubishi T-2 tandem two-seat supersonic jet trainer now in production tor the JASDF
Mitsubishi T-2 tandem two-seat supersonic jet trainer
Prototype Beechcraft PD 289 (two 180 hp Lycoming O-360 engines)
Prototype of the Aeritalia G222 military transport aircraft for the Italian Air Force, during air delivery tests with five 1,000 kg loads
Pitts S-1S Special owned by Mr W. Brown of Fort Lauderdale, Florida
One of the Pitts S-2A Specials flown by the UK Rothmans aerobatic display team
Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher amphibian (115 hp Lycoming O-235-C1 engine)
Andreasson BA-4B single-seat fully-aerobatic homebuilt biplane
Transavia PL-12 Airtruk agricultural aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-D engine)
Atlas C4M prototype light transport (340 hp Lycoming GSO-480-B1B3 engine)
Atlas C4M six/eight-seat STOL utility light transport
Lockheed C-141 StarLifter modified by LAS as an Airborne Infra-Red Observatory, with dorsal port forward of wing for a 15,000 lb (6,804 kg) infra-red telescope
First production VFW-Fokker VFW 614 short-haul transport (two Rolls-Royce SNECMA M45H turbofan engines) in the insignia of Cimber Air
VFW 614 short-haul transport (two Rolls-Royce/SNECMA M45H turbofan engines)
Cessna Model 402 twin-engined light transport in service with the Royal Malaysian Air Force
American Jet Industries Turbo Star 402, a turbine-powered conversion of the Cessna Model 402
Cessna Model 421B Golden Eagle pressurised transport two 375 hp Continental GTSIO-520-H engines)
Cessna Model 414 six/seven-seat pressurised light transport (two 310 hp Continental TSIO-520-J engines)
RFB Fantrainer AWI 2 tandem two-seat training aircraft
Rockwell Thrush Commander S2R agricultural aircraft (800 hp Wright Cyclone R-1300-1B engine)
Bede BD-4, showing optional wheel fairings completely enclosing main wheels
BD-6 single-seat lightweight homebuilt aircraft
Beechcraft Sport 150 two four-seat training and sporting aircraft
Formation of Beechcraft Sierra 200 four/six-seat light aircraft (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engine)
Three of the Beechcraft Sundowner 180s ordered in 1975 by the Indonesian government
Excalibur Excalibur conversion of Beechcraft Twin-Bonanza (two 380 hp Lycoming IGSO-540-A1A engines)
Photograph of the Beechcraft Duke B60 four six-seat pressurised transport (two 380 hp Lycoming TIO-541-E1C4 engines)
Beechcraft Queen Air B80 (two Lycoming IGSO-540-A1D engines)
Typical Excalibur Queenaire 800/8800 conversion (two 400 hp Lycoming IO-720-A1B engines)
Beechcraft PD 285 experimental lightweight training aircraft (100 hp Continental engine)
Beechcraft B99 Airliner 17-seat light transport in the insignia of Air Midwest
RFB/Grumman American Fanliner two-seat light aircraft, powered by a Wankel engine driving a ducted fan
Trident TR-1 Trigull-320 prototype (320 hp Teledyne Continental Tiara 6-320 engine)
Trident TR-1 Trigull-320 six-seat light amphibian
Bell AH-1J SeaCobra of USMC Squadron H&MS-24, off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii
Champion Citabria two-seat aerobatic light aircraft
Самолеты семейства Decathlon изначально проектировались как пилотажные и хорошо себя зарекомендовали в этой роли.
Champion Decathlon two-seat light aircraft (150 hp Lycoming IO-320-E1A engine)
Bellanca Model 8GCBC Scout two-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-C2A engine)
Bensen Model 75 Gyro-Copter, latest version of the Super Bug, with continuous rotor drive
Bensen Model B-8MW Hydro-Copter (72 hp McCulloch 4318E or 90 hp 4318G engine)
Bensen Model B-16S (two 48 hp Kiekhaefer KAM 525 snowmobile engines)
Northrop F-5E Tiger IIs of the US Navy, used as advanced high-performance fighters in air combat training of F-14 and F-4 pilots
High-angle photograph emphasises layout of Northrop's F-5F tandem two-seat version of the Tiger II
Brantly-Hynes Model B-2B light helicopter (180 hp Lycoming IVO-360-A1A engine)
Brantly-Hynes Model 305 five-seat light helicopter (305 hp Lycoming IVO-540-A1A engine
Second prototype of the Sikorsky YCH-53E heavy-lift helicopter (three 4,380 shp General Electric T64-GE-415 turboshaft engines)
Wassmer WA 54 Atlantic four-seat all-plastics light aircraft
Partenavia P.68 Victor six-seat light aircraft (two 200 hp Lycoming IO-360 engines)
Partenavia P.68 Victor, with additional side views of P.68R with retractable landing gear (top) and P.68B amphibian (centre)
Britten-Norman BN-2A Mk III-1 Trislander 18-seat feederline transport aircraft
Britten-Norman BN-2A Mk III-2 Trislander feederline transport
CERVA CE.43 Guepard four/five-seat light aircraft (250 hp Lycoming IO-540-C4B5 engine)
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)
Aircrew of the Chinese Air Force with their Il-28U (NATO code name “Mascot") tandem-cockpit training versions of the Il-28 bomber
Cessna Stationair one six-seat cargo utility aircraft
Cessna Skywagon 207 one seven-seat utility aircraft (300 hp Continental IO-520-F engine)
Robertson-equipped Cessna 206, showing stall fences and drooped ailerons
Cessna Centurion II one/six-seat cabin monoplane (one 300 hp Continental IO-520-L engine)
Cessna Model 310 II five/six-seat cabin monoplane (two 285 hp Continental IO-520-M engine)
Riley Turbostream conversion of the Cessna Model 310
Artist’s impression of Cessna Model 441 twin-turboprop 10-seat business aircraft
Artist’s impression of Cessna Model 700 Citation III three-engined long-range business aircraft
Mooney Chaparral four-seat light aircraft 200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1A engine
Mooney Executive four-seat light aircraft (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1A engine)
Lockheed EC-130Q command communications aircraft of the US Navy
Continental Copters El Tomcat Mk VI-B; one of three exported to Portugal
Continental Copters El Tomcat Mk V-A, showing new cable deflector system
First production Kawasaki C-1 medium-range military transport aircraft for the JASDF (two 14,500 lb st Pratt & Whitney JT8D-9 turbofan engines)
Wallis WA-116/F holder of tho world 100 Km closed-circuit speed record for autogyros
Wallis WA-120/R-R, with forward-sliding canopy
The McCulloch-engined WA-121 high-speed autogyro
The WA-117/R-R with Rolls-Royce Continental engine and "quiet" propeller
Dornier Do 28 D-2 Skyservant of the German Air Force demonstrates its short take-off capability
Dornier Do 28 D-2 Skyservant of the Federal German Navy
Dornier Do 28 D-2 Skyservant STOL utility transport aircraft
Swearingen Merlin IIIA eight eleven-seat executive transport (two 904 ehp AiResearch TPE 331-3U-303G turboprop engines)
Swearingen Metro 19/20-passenger commuter airliner (two 940 shp AiResearch TPE 331-3UW-303G turboprop engines)
Swearingen Merlin IVA, a corporate version of the Metro II commuter airliner
Swearingen Metro II nineteen/twenty-passenger commuter airliner
Shin Meiwa PS-1 four-turboprop STOL anti-submarine flying-boat, thirteenth production aircraft for the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force
First example of the Shin Meiwa PS-1 Mod air/sea rescue amphibian (four 3,060 ehp Japanese-built General Electric T64-IHI-10 turboprop engines)
Shin Meiwa PS-1 Mod search and rescue amphibian, developed from the PS-1
Bell YAH-63 advanced attack helicopter undergoing engine ground run testing
В дополнение к более мощному двигателю Diablo 1200 получил воздушный винт большего диаметра и меньшего числа оборотов, что снизило шумность.
Emair MA-1 heavy-duty agricultural aircraft (600 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN1 engine)
EMB-201 Ipanema single-seat agricultural aircraft (300 hp Lycoming IO-540-K1D5 engine)
Piper PA-31T Cheyenne light transport (two 620 ehp PT6A-28 turboprop engines)
Piper PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain six/ten-seat executive commuter cargo aircraft
Piper Pressurised Navajo in service with the Spanish Air Force
Knight Twister Imperial built by Mr Don Fairbanks, in latest form with new landing gear
Extensively-modified Piel Emeraude built by Col Richard S.Robinson
Piel Super Diamant built by Ray Latham of Gardner, Mass, USA
Piel C.P.750 Beryl (160 hp Lycoming O-320 engine) built by Norman Taylor of Ontario, Oregon
Enstrom F-28A three-seat light helicopter (205 hp Lycoming HIO-360-C1A engine)
Enstrom Model 280 Shark (205 hp Lycoming HIO-360-C1A engine)
Fuji KM-2B tandem two-seat training aircraft, developed from the KM-2 and the Beechcraft T-34A
Interceptor 400 pressurised four-seat light aircraft (400 shp AiResearch TPE 331-1-101 turboprop engine)
Fairchild AU-23A Peacemaker, a counter-insurgency version of the Pilatus Porter
Prototype AS.202/18A version of the FFA Bravo, with optional three-blade Hoffmann propeller
One of ten Aerospace Fletcher FU-24-950 agricultural aircraft ordered by Iraq in 1974
Piper PA-23-250 Aztec E six-seat cabin monoplane (two 250 hp Lycoming IO-540-C4B5 engines)
Registration CS-AXB indicates that this Jurca M.J.2 Tempete was Portugal’s second modern homebuilt aircraft. The first was registered CS-AXA, with “X” signifying "experimental”
Bushby M-II Mustang II with retractable landing gear built by Mr Oby Tolman of Reseda, California
Bushby Long MM-1-85 Midget Mustang built by Mr Joseph Rayne of Clinton, Michigan, with an aft-sliding cockpit canopy
Great Lakes Sport Trainer Model 2T-1A-2 (180 hp Lycoming IO-360-B1F6 engine)
Sportavia Fournier RF6 Sportsman (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A2B engine)
Indraero Fournier RF8 prototype (115 hp Lycoming engine)
Fournier RF-6B, a two-seat development ot the 2+2 RF-6
Fuji FA-200-180 Aero Subaru four-seat light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming IO-360 engine)
The Globe Swift modified by Mr T. R. York, with 145 hp Continental engine and tricycle landing gear
Ord-Hume GY-201 Minicab G-AWEP, built in the United Kingdom by Mr Stanley Jackson
Maule M-4 Strata-Rocket (220 hp Franklin 6A-350-C1 engine)
Maule M-5-220C Lunar Rocket, a utility version of the M-4 Strata-Rocket
Extensively modified Salvay-Stark Skyhopper owned by Mr Douglas Umbreit of Memphis, Tennessee
Nipper Mk III single-seat ultra-light aircraft (45 hp Rollason Ardem X engine)
R. Piaggio P.166-BL2 twin-engined light transport
UTVA-66V utility aircraft fitted with underwing gun pods
Line-up of UTVA-66 four-seat utility aircraft (270 hp Lycoming GSO-480-B1J6 engine) tor the Yugoslav Air Force
Camair Twin Navion CTN-D (two 300 hp Continental IO-520 engines)
Grumman American Tr-2 sporting aircraft/advanced trainer
Bede BD-8 single-seat sporting aircraft
Grumman American AA-5 four-seat lightplane (150 hp Lycoming O-320-E2G engine)
Grumman American Tiger (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A4K engine)
Grumman American Tiger four-seat light aircraft
Prototype of the Grumman American Cougar, a new contender in the lightweight twin-engine category
Socata ST 10 Diplomate four-seat light aircraft (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-C1B engine)
Front to rear: Socata Rallye 100 T, Rallye 180 GT and Rallye 220 GT
Socata Rallye 220 GT equipped for air ambulance duties
Socata Rallye 100 T three/four-seat light aircraft
Prototype Chasle YC-12 Tourbillon single-seat light aircraft (65 hp Continental A65 engine)
Evans VP-1 single-seat amateur-built aircraft
Evans VP-2 two-seat homebuilt monoplane (60 hp Volkswagen engine)
First McDonnell Douglas YC-15 AMST prototype, photographed at its roll-out, 5 August 1975
WSK-Mielec TS-11 Iskra, single-seat light ground attack version with underwing rocket pods and drop-tanks
Standard two-seat Iskra 100 armament trainer, with underwing practice bombs and rocket pods
Lockspeiser LDA-01 prototype in military camouflage, to demonstrate its Light Defence Aircraft application
Proposed side-loading version of the Lockspeiser LDA-1 Land Development Aircraft
Schweizer (Grumman) Super Ag-Cat agricultural aircraft (450 hp Pratt & Whitney R-985 engine)
Folding-wing version of the Thorp T-18 built by Mr Ken Knowles of Palos Verdes, California
Hirth Acrostar Mk II advanced aerobatic aircraft
IAR-822 single/two-seat agricultural aircraft (290 hp Lycoming IO-540 engine)
Two-seat IAR-822B, developed from the IAR-822 for flying simulated agricultural missions
IAR-826 all-metal version ot the IAR-822, with underfuselage dispenser for chemicals
Second example of the IAR-823 light aircraft (290 hp Lycoming IO-540 engine)
ICA-Brasov IAR-823 light touring and training aircraft
IS-24 prototype of the ICA-Brasov IAR-824 general-purpose monoplane (290 hp Lycoming IO-540 engine)
Piper PA-34 Seneca II, powered by 200 hp Continental TSIO-360-E turbocharged counter-rotating engines
Upper-surface spoilers, full-span slotted flaps and cambered wingtips on Robertson-modified Seneca
Lake LA-4-200 Buccaneer amphibian (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1B engine)
CAP 10 two-seat aerobatic light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming IO-360-B2F engine)
C.A.A.R.P./Mudry CAP 20 single-seat aerobatic aircraft (200 hp Lycoming AIO-360-B1B engine)
C.A.A.R.P. CAP 20L-180 single-seat aerobatic aircraft, with new wings and other modifications
Pazmany PL-1 (115 hp Lycoming engine) built by Mr Dieter Bochmann
AIDC/CAF (Pazmany) PL-1B primary trainer (150 hp Lycoming O-320-E2A engine)
Pazmany PL-2 built by Mr Kenneth Arnold of Kansas City, Missouri
Lipnur LT-200 two-seat light aircraft, based on the Pazmany PL-2
Let Z-37A Cmelak single-seat agricultural aircraft, photographed prior to delivery to a customer in India
Photograph of the Let Z-37A-2 two-seat training version of the Z-37A Cmelak agricultural aircraft
Three-view drawing of the Let Z-37A-2 two-seat training version of the Z-37A Cmelak agricultural aircraft
Rockwell Commander 112A four-seat cabin monoplane (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-C1D6 engine)
Robin HR 100/210 Safari four-seat all-metal light aircraft (210 hp Continental IO-360-H engine)
Robin HR 100/285 Tiara (285 hp Teledyne Continental Tiara 6-285B engine)
Dyke JD-2 Delta built by Mr Bill Brubacher of Greensville, Ontario
Canadian-registered Taylor J.T.1 Monoplane, powered by a 72 hp McCulloch engine
Ted Smith Aerostar 601 light transport (two 290 hp turbocharged Lycoming IO-540 engines)
Mitsubishi LR-1, JGSDF photographic version of the twin-turboprop MU-2C utility aircraft
Mitsubishi MU-2M STOL utility transport, powered by two 724 ehp AiResearch TPE 331-6-251M turboprop engines
Much-modified SA 102 Point 5 Cavalier, with retractable landing gear, built by Mr Larry A. Burton
Brugger MB-2 Colibri 2 single-seat homebuilt light aircraft (40 hp VW engine)
Piper Pawnee C agricultural aircraft (235 hp Lycoming O-540-B2B5 engine)
McDonnell Douglas TA-4J tandem two-seat training version of the Skyhawk
LAS McDonnell Douglas TA-4S Skyhawk trainer, with tandem cockpits
Prototype Air-Metal AM-C 111 under construction at Landshut in January 1975
Boeing E-4B advanced airborne command post (four General Electric F103-QE-100 turbofan engines approaching a KC-135 tanker
Mylius MY 102 prototype single-seat sporting monoplane (200 hp Lycoming AIO-360-B1B engine)
Aerocar Mini-Imp single-seat homebuilt aircraft (1,900 cc Limbach engine)
Neiva Lanceiro four-seat light aircraft, a civil development of the Regente
Neiva Lanceiro four-seat cabin monoplane
Neiva T-25 Universal two three-seat basic training aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force
Neiva T-25 Universal two/three-seat basic training aircraft of the Brazilian Air Force
Aerospatiale Fregate (two 1,145 ehp Turbomeca Bastan VII turboprop engines) in the insignia of Air Alsace
Prototype Mohawk 298, an Aerospatiale N 262 re-engined by Frakes Aviation with P&WACL PT6A-45 turboprops, driving five-blade propellers
Mohawk Air Services Mohawk 298, a 28-passenger conversion of the Nord 262
McDonnell Douglas F-4F Phantom II, with leading-edge slats
McDonnell Douglas F-4EJ Phantom II, of the type being produced by Mitsubishi for the JASDF
Partenavia P.66B Oscar-100 (115 hp Lycoming O-235-C1B engine)
Partenavia P.64B Oscar-200 (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1B engine) of the Italian state police
Partenavia P.66B Oscar-150 (150 hp Lycoming O-320-E2A engine)
Partenavia P.70 Alpha two-seat training aircraft (100 hp Rolls-Royce Continental O-200 engine)
R. Piaggio PD-808 VIP military transport aircraft of the Italian Air Force
NM-74 Egret III man-powered aircraft, latest in a series of designs by Nihon University
First New Zealand-built example of the Isaacs Fury II, built by Mr Barry Thompson and first flown on 26 March 1975
Piper PA-32 Cherokee SIX six/seven-seat light aircraft
Robertson STOL installation on a Piper Cherokee SIX 300: note fuselage flap and cuffed leading-edge
SEPECAT Jaguar Es and (far right) a Jaguar A of the 7e Escadre de Chasse of the French Armee de l'Air
The prototype Kittiwake I in its current form, with Lycoming O-290 engine
Scottish Aviation Bulldog T.Mk 1 (Model 121) two-seat trainer of the Royal Air Force
Scottish Aviation Bulldog Model 124 development aircraft being armed with Matra launchers for 68 mm SNEB rockets
Photograph of the SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019E production two-seat STOL light military aircraft in Italian Army insignia.
RotorWay Scorpion Too two-seat lightweight helicopter (140 hp Vulcan V-4 marine engine)
Rutan VariViggen two-seat homebuilt aircraft (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A2A engine)
General Avia F.600 Canguro twin-engined general-purpose transport
S.208M military version of the SIAI-Marchetti S.208, in Italian Air Force insignia
Sorrell Aviation SNS-7 Hiperbipe homebuilt aerobatic biplane (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Rockwell International B-1 strategic bomber (four General Electric YF101-GE-100 turbofan engines) with its wings in the swept position
Rockwell International B-1 supersonic variable-geometry strategic bomber
Аргентинские ВВС использовали один S-58ET для поисково-спасательных операций и в качестве VIP-транспорта в 1975-1977 годах. Он также принял участие в войне за Фолкленды в 1982 году.
Sikorsky S-58T (PT6T-6 Twin Pac turboshaft engine) converted for Argentine Air Force by Carson Helicopters Inc
Schweizer Model TSC-1A2 Teal II amphibian (150 hp Lycoming O-320-A3B engine)
Prototype of the Patchen Explorer four-seat cabin monoplane (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1A engine)
WSK-Mielec M-17 two/three-seat light aircraft nearing completion in the Spring of 1975
UTVA-65 Super Privrednik-350 agricultural aircraft
Campbell Cricket single-seat autogyro (72 hp modified Volkswagen engine)
Aero Boero 115 BS three-seat light aircraft (115 hp Lycoming O-235 engine)
Aero Boero 180 Ag, with underwing spraybars and ventral chemical pod
Croses EAC-3 Pouplume light aircraft (10.5 hp Moto engine)
Croses EC-6-01 Criquet two-seat light aircraft (90 hp Continental C90 engine)
Second Gatard Statoplan AG 02 Poussin in its latest form
Two views of the semi-completed prototype of the Gatard Statoplan AG 04 Pigeon three four-seat monoplane
M.J.5K2 Sirocco, with special wing fillets, built in 1974 by Ms Cottereau and Jurca
Jurca M.J.7 Gnatsum built by Major Foster, RCAF
Revathi Mk II two/three-seat light aircraft, developed by the Technical Centre of the Indian Civil Aviation Department
Silvercraft SH-4 three-seat helicopter (Franklin 6A-350-D1B engine)
Two-seat version of the Bowers Fly Baby 1-A built by students of Ash Fork High School, Arizona
Bowers Fly Baby 1-B biplane (85 hp Continental C85 engine)
Cvjetkovic CA-65 two-seat light aircraft (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
Cvjetkovic CA-61R, with retractable landing gear and neatly-cowled engine installation
EAA Biplane Model P single-seat homebuilt sporting aircraft
Fike Model “E" with new wingtip extensions and endplates
K & S Jungster I built by Mr Bob Sweeney and Mr Jim Course
Prototype Jungster II built in the US by Mr Rim Kaminskas (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Nesmith Cougar built by Mr Bud Phillips of Red Bluff, California
Oldfield Baby Great Lakes single-seat homebuilt biplane
Partially completed structure of D'Apuzzo D-200 on display
D’Apuzzo D-260(2) Senior Aero Sport built by Mr Charles Selge of Tallmadge, Ohio
Smith DSA-1 Miniplane built by Mr L.A.Chenowath
Forbes-Wolfram Special, a single-seat racing biplane derived from the Smith DSA-1 Miniplane
Spezio Tuholer two-seat homebuilt sporting aircraft
Stewart JD1HW1.7 Headwind built by Mr Richard F. Geide Jr of Wichita, Kansas (53 hp Volkswagen modified motor car engine)
Nostalgia, an extensively modified Stolp Starduster Too built by Mr Will Neubert of Long Beach, California
Stolp SA-300 Starduster Too built by Mr Mahlon Ward of Inglewood, California
Turner T-40B prototype, a conversion of the T-40A with tricycle landing gear
Turner Super T-40A built by Dr Jim Mandley
Ski-equipped Volmer VJ-22 Sportsman built by Dr Chapaeski of Barry’s Bay, Ontario
Lederlin 380-L two-seat light aircraft (90 hp Continental engine)
Stolp SA-700 Acroduster 1 built by Starduster Corporation President, Jim Osborne
Besneux P.70B single-seat amateur-built aircraft in its latest, modified form
Pottier P.703 single-seat amateur-built sporting aircraft
Aero Boero AG.260 agricultural aircraft (260 hp Lycoming O-540 engine)
Armar I Gorrion 002 single-seat ultra-light aircraft, expected to be the first example of its type to fly
Cicare CH-III Colibri two/three-seat light helicopter
RRA J-1 Martin Fierro agricultural aircraft (300 hp Lycoming IO-540-K1JG engine)
Mr Bernie Hansford (foreground) and Mr Bill Micah flying their homebuilt Corby Starlets
Ganagobie 05 single-seat ultra-light cabin monoplane
Phillips Phillicopter Mk 1 prototype (145 hp Rolls-Royce Continental O-200-C engine)
CW 205 three-seat light helicopter (245 hp Lycoming O-435 engine)
Prototype of the Dominion Skytrader 800 STOL general-purpose transport (two 400 hp Lycoming IO-720-B1A engines)
Prototype of the Mono Zenith, single-seat version of the Heintz Zenith homebuilt light aircraft
Prototype two-seat Heintz Zenith light aircraft (100 hp Continental engine)
Seremet W.S.8 strap-on helicopter
Tervamaki JT-5 single-seat autogyro (75 hp Limbach modified Volkswagen engine)
Magni-Tervamaki MT5 single-seat autogyro prototype, designed in Finland
AM-69 Georges Payre two-seat light aircraft
Duruble RD-02 Edelweiss amateur-built light aircraft (65 hp Walter Mikron III engine), from which the RD-03 has been evolved
Fleury RF-21 Trimard two-seat homebuilt light aircraft (80 hp Hirth engine)
Jurca M.J.8 1-Nine-O prototype built by Mr Ronald Kitchen of Carson City, Nevada
Lebouder Autoplane homebuilt light aircraft, embodying a Vespa 400 two-seat car for road travel
Preparing the car component of the Lebouder Autoplane for assembly to the airframe
Lefebvre MP.205 Busard in its latest form, with 90 hp Continental engine
Piel C.P.80 Zef with all-plastics fuselage, built by M Calvel
Cessna Cardinal II, de luxe version of the Model 177 (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1F6 engine)
Reims-Cessna F-177 RG (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engine)
Cessna Cardinal RG II (200 hp Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 engine)
Mockup of Aerotechnik’s proposed WGM 22 two-seat helicopter
Poligrat PD-01 Master Porter twin-turboprop transport aircraft
First prototype ot the Italair F.20 Pegaso light executive transport aircraft, designed by Dott Ing Stelio Frati
Abe Mizet II single-seat ultra-light aircraft, powered by a Toyota motor car engine
Makino MHO.235 single-seat homebuilt biplane, showing the new rudder now fitted
Fuselage of the Teruo Kago TK-1 homebuilt light aircraft, which was nearing completion in early 1975
Tombo single-seat homebuilt biplane designed by Mr T. Hamao (150 hp Lycoming engine)
Kawasaki P-2J patrol aircraft of the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (two 2,850 ehp turboprop engines and two 3,085 lb st auxiliary turbojets)
Janowski J-1 Don Kichot single-seat ultra-light homebuilt aircraft
Model of the Janowski J-2 Polonez light aircraft
CSIR SARA II (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A engine)
The 1/10th scale model of the Vliom photographed from the front, starboard side and above, respectively
Ekstrom Humlan 2 single-seat light autogyro (90 hp McCulloch four-cylinder engine)
Coates S.A.II Swalesong, showing current rearward-sliding cockpit canopy
WHE Airbuggy single-seat autogyro, developed from the McCandless Mk IV Gyroplane
HPA Toucan Mk 2 extended-span development ot the Mk 1 man-powered aircraft
Prototype Isaacs Spitfire single-seat light sporting aircraft
Levi RL-6 Go-Plane single-seat homebuilt tandem-wing biplane
The former Weybridge man-powered aircraft, in current form as the RAF Cranwell Mercury
Prestwick Dragonfly single-seat man-powered aircraft
Taylor Titch built in Missouri by Mr George Cooper and powered by an 85 hp Continental C85 engine
Whittaker MW2 single-seat ultra-light homebuilt aircraft
Aereon 26 proof-of-concept research vehicle for a lifting-body airship
Aerocar Sooper-Coot Model A lightweight homebuilt amphibian
Aerosport Woody Pusher built in Canada (65 hp Continental engine)
Aerosport Rail prototype, re-engined with Volkswagen modified motor car engine and re-designated Rail Mk II
Aerosport Quail homebuilt lightweight cabin monoplane
AMR XR 200 prototype autogyro
Artist’s impression of five-seat AMR XR 207
Bakeng Double Duce two-seat sporting biplane (220 hp Continental R-670 radial engine)
Bakeng Duce two-seat homebuilt sporting monoplane
J-3M utility version of Barnett gyroplane (65 hp Continental A65 engine)
Barnett J-4B single-seat autogyro (85 hp Continental C85 engine). A fixed fin has since been added forward of the rudder
Artist’s impression of Beaujon Flybike. No photograph of the aircraft had been released for publication by the time this edition closed for press
Beets G/B Special lightweight homebuilt sporting aircraft (70 hp Volkswagen engine)
Prototype of the Bellanca Model 19-25 Skyrocket II six-seat light aircraft (435 hp Continental GTSIO-520-F engine)
Prototype Birdman TL-1, with full-span flaps and T-tail
Modified Bowers Namu II built by Richard Lowe and Tom Godbey of Seattle, Washington, with bubble canopy and 150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine
Brokaw-Jones BJ-520 homebuilt cabin monoplane (285 hp Continental TSIO-520-B engine)
Homebuilt Chris Tena Mini Coupe with bubble cockpit canopy
Davis DA-5A homebuilt lightweight sporting aircraft (65 hp Continental A65 engine)
Poor Man’s Cherokee, an extensively modified Davis DA-2A built by Mr A. J. Gonserkevis
Davis DA-2A built by Mr Herbert Spilker of Dundas, Ontario
DSK Airmotive DSK-1 Hawk homebuilt sporting aircraft (65 hp Lycoming O-145-B2 engine)
EAA Pober P-9 Pixie lightweight sporting aircraft (60 hp Limbach SL 1700 EA engine)
Flaglor Scooter built by Mr Toshimaru Maeda of Fukui, Japan
Flight Dynamics Flightsail VII homebuilt amphibian (90 hp Continental C90 engine)
Garrison OM-1 Melmoth two three-seat homebuilt lightplane 210 hp Continental IO-360-A engine
Halpin and Huf H and H Special two-seat sporting aircraft (125 hp Lycoming O-290-G engine)
First prototype of the Harmon Der Donnerschlag
Hast Wooden Baby homebuilt sporting aircraft (60 hp Franklin 4AC-171 engine)
Hatz CB-1 homebuilt two-seat biplane (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Jameson Gypsy Hawk single-seat homebuilt light aircraft
Javelin Wichawk two-seat homebuilt biplane (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Keleher Lark-1B built by Mr Parker Warren of Pompano Beach, Florida
Prototype Larkin Skylark two-seat light aircraft
MacDonald S-20 homebuilt sporting aircraft (53 hp Volkswagen 1,500 cc modified motor car engine)
Merkel Mark II aerobatic biplane (220 hp Franklin 6A-350-C1 engine)
Prototype WM-2 sport aircraft built by Mr William T. Miller of Allentown, Pennsylvania
Mini-Hawk Tiger-Hawk lightweight homebuilt sporting monoplane (65 hp modified Volkswagen motor car engine)
Monnett Sonerai homebuilt Formula V racer (60 hp Volkswagen modified motor car engine)
Monnett Sonerai II two-seat homebuilt sporting aircraft
Prototype of the Nagler Model 202 two-seat lightweight helicopter
The prototype Parker Teenie Two, which has completed more than 200 flying hours
Pazmany PL-4A prototype (1,600 cc modified Volkswagen motor car engine)
Powell P-70 Acey Deucy two-seat homebuilt lightweight aircraft
Rand Robinson KR-1 single-seat homebuilt aircraft c36 hp Volkswagen 1,200 cc engine)
Prototype of the Rand Robinson KR-2 two-seat homebuilt lightweight aircraft
Breezy Model RLU-1 built by Mr R. Fabian
Scheutzow Bee two-seat light helicopter (180 hp Lycoming IVO-360-A1A engine)
Shober Willie II two-seat homebuilt light aircraft (180 hp Lycoming O-360-A3A engine)
Siegrist RS1 Ilse homebuilt four-seat cabin monoplane (180 hp Lycoming O-360 engine)
Sindlinger HH-1 5/8-scale replica of a Hawker Hurricane IIC (150 hp Lycoming O-320 engine)
Smyth Sidewinder, with retractable landing gear, built by Mr Donald Adams of Columbia City, Indiana
Spencer Amphibian Air Car Model S-12-E (285 hp Continental Tiara 6-285-B engine)
Spratt Model 105 landplane built and owned by Mr Robert Quaintance of Coatsville, Pennsylvania
Spratt Model 107 two-seat homebuilt flying-boat (80 hp Mercury "800" modified outboard marine engine)
Steen Skybolt built by Mr Dick Blair of Vincetown, New Jersey (200 hp Lycoming IO-360 engine)
Stephens Akro built by Mr Douglas Cline of Walnut Creek, California (200 hp Lycoming engine)
Stewart JD2FF Foo Fighter (125 hp Franklin Sport 4 engine)
Stolp SA-500 Starlet built by Mr J. D. Hiller of Montgomery, Ohio
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)
Half-scale replica of Focke-Wulf 190 fighter built to WAR plans
Wendt WH-1 Traveler two-seat homebuilt aircraft (75 hp Continental A75 engine)
White Der Jager D.IX homebuilt biplane (115 hp Lycoming O-235-C1 engine)
Williams Research prototype WASP flying platform (one 700 lb; 317 kg st Williams WR19-9 turbofan engine)
Williams-Cangie WC-1 Sundancer Sport Biplane class racing aircraft
Williams W-17 Stinger Formula One racing aircraft owned by Mr John P. Jones of Granada Hills, California
Wood SL-1 Formula V racing aircraft, designed and built by Stanley Wood of Riverview, Florida
Artist's impression of 10-seat XD 110C STOL delta
Saunders ST-27 twin-turboprop light transport in the insignia of St Andrews Airways of Manitoba, Canada
Saunders ST-27A, prototype for the new ST-28 transport developed by Saunders from the ST-27
Saunders ST-28 twin-turboprop light transport