Kjeller Flyfabrikk (Kjeller Aircraft Factory) a contraction of Kjeller Flyvemaskinsfabrik (Kjeller Flying machine factory), was a Norwegian manufacturer of military aircraft. It was formally established in 1915, but was active from 1912. The factory was owned by the Norwegian Government under the management of the Norwegian Army Air Service. It was also known as the Hærens Flyfabrikk.
It mainly built foreign types of aircraft on license, but also developed several types.
Aircraft produced at Kjeller Flyfabrikk
|Aircraft name||Year produced||Number produced||Type||Remarks|
|F.F. 7 Hauk||1923–1924||14||Fighter||License-built|
|F.F. 8 Make||1923–1924||14||Reconnaissance floatplane||License-built Hansa-Brandenburg W.33|
|Kaje I, Kaje II and Kaje III|
|Fokker C.V||1929–1939||42||Light bomber/
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