List of aircraft (W)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'W'.

W[edit]

Wabash[edit]

(Wabash Aircraft Co, Terre Haute IN.)

WAC[edit]

(Wilmington Aero Club, Wilmington DE.)

Wackett[edit]

(Lawrence J. Wackett)

Waco[edit]

(1920 Weaver Aircraft Co 1923: Advance Aircraft Co. 1928: Waco Aircraft Co.)

  • Early Waco types
  • Waco O series (Variants of Waco 10 - open cockpit biplanes 1927-9)
  • SO series (Straightwing)
  • TO series (Taperwing)
  • BA series
  • CA series
  • LA series
  • DC series
  • EC series
  • IC series
  • JC series
  • KC series
  • KC-S series
  • JC-S series
  • KS series
  • GC series
  • QC series
  • UC series
  • OC series
  • Waco F series tandem 2/3-seat open cockpit biplanes (1930–1937)
  • BF series
  • CF series
  • MF series
  • NF series
  • PF series
  • Waco N series tricycle/nosewheel gear cabin biplanes (1937-1938)
  • Military Aircraft
  • Waco C-62 (Cancelled Transport)
  • Waco C-72 (designation for all Wacos impressed into USAAC/USAAF)
  • Waco CG-4 (troop glider)
  • Waco CG-15 (troop glider)
  • Waco PG-3 (powered glider)
  • Waco XJW (US Navy designation for UBF used for trapeze experiments on flying aircraft carriers)
  • Waco J2W (USCG designation for EGC-7)
  • Waco PT-14 (USAAC designation for primary trainer based on UPF-7)
  • Misc Waco Types

Waco[edit]

(Waco Aircraft Co Inc (fdrs: Rich & Linda Melhoff), Forks WA.)

Wadsworth[edit]

(Patrick Wadsworth)

WAG-Aero[edit]

(WAG-Aero Inc., Lyons WI.)

Wagner[edit]

( Dr. Gerhard Wagner)

Wagner[edit]

(Harold A Wagner, 4539 NE 21 St, Portland OR.)

Wagner[edit]

(Helikopter Technik Munchen - Wagner)

Wagner[edit]

((Fred G) Wagner Aircraft Co Inc, San Diego CA.)

Wagner[edit]

(Marney Wagner)

Wainfan[edit]

(Barnaby Wainfan, Long Beach CA.)

Wainscott[edit]

(Lee Wainscott, Compton CA.)

Waitamo Aircraft[edit]

(Waitamo Aircraft pty. Ltd.)

Walco[edit]

(Weckler-Armstrong-Lillie Co, 2717 Irving Park Blvd, Chicago IL.)

Walden[edit]

( Dr Henry W Walden, Mineola NY. )

Walden[edit]

((Henry?) Walden-(Roscoe) Markey Inc, Strickland & Bassett Aves, Mill Basin NY.)

Waldroop[edit]

(Arthur L Waldroop, Palmyra NB.)

Walker-Greve[edit]

(Fred & Herman Greve, Detroit MI)

Wallace[edit]

( (Stanley) Wallace Aircraft Co, 4710 Irving Park Blvd, Chicago IL)

Wallace Brothers[edit]

(Frank C and Fred M Wallace, Bettendorf IA.)

Wallis[edit]

Wallis[edit]

(Stanley B Wallis, Ypsilanti MI.)

Wallman[edit]

(Fred W Wallman Jr, Minneapolis MN.)

Walraven[edit]

(L.W. Walraven, Bandoeng, Java)

Walsh[edit]

(San Diego Aeroplane Mfg Co (fdr: Charles Francis Walsh), San Diego CA.)

Walter[edit]

(Dale "Red" Walter & Roy Campbell, Severy KS.)

WAR[edit]

(War Aircraft Replicas, Brandon, Florida)

Warbird[edit]

Data from:[9]

Warchalowski[edit]

Warner[edit]

(Arthur P Warner, Beloit WI.)

Warner[edit]

(Warner Aircraft Inc, Tampa FL. / Warner Aerocraft)

Warner-Young[edit]

Warren[edit]

(W H "Glen" Warren, San Luis Obispo CA.)

Warren & Young[edit]

Warrior[edit]

(Warrior Aeronautical Corp, Alliance OH)

Warwick[edit]

(William Warwick, Torrance CA)

Washington[edit]

(Washington Aeroplane Co, College Park MD.)

Washington Aeroprogress[edit]

(Seattle, Washington)

Washington Navy Yard[edit]

Wasp[edit]

(Wasp Airplane Co, 3440 Boston Ave and 1044 51 Ave, Oakland CA.)

Waspair[edit]

Wassmer[edit]

Watanabe[edit]

(KK Watanabe Tekkosho - Watanabe Iron Works Ltd.) (from 1943 - Kyushu Aeroplane Company Ltd. q.v.)

Water-based Aircraft Design & Research Institute[edit]

Waterhouse[edit]

( (William J) Waterhouse & (Lloyd) Royer Aircraft, Glendale CA.)

Waterman[edit]

(Waterman Aircraft Mfg Co, 3rd & Sunset, Venice CA.{Waldo Dean Waterman})

Watkins[edit]

(Watkins Aircraft Co (pres: Everett Watkins), Wichita KS.)

Watkinson[edit]

(Taylor Watkinson Aircraft Company, UK)

Watson[edit]

(Watson Windwagon Company / Gary Watson, Newcastle TX.)

WDFL[edit]

(WD Flugzeug Leichtbau / Wolfgang Dallach)

Weatherley[edit]

((John C) Weatherly Aviation Co Inc, Hollister CA.)

Weatherly-Campbell[edit]

(Ray Weatherly & Bill Campbell, Dallas TX.)

Weaver-Wellet[edit]

(Goodwin K Weaver & Oliver Wellet, aka Weaver Air Service, 353 S Audubon Rd, Indianapolis IN.)

Webber[edit]

(Marshal D Webber, Jefferson OH.)

Weber[edit]

(Ernst Weber)

Weber[edit]

(Wilibald Weber)

Wedell-Williams[edit]

( (James R) Wedell-(Harry P) Williams Air Service Corp, Patterson LA.)

Weeks[edit]

(Kermit Weeks, Miami FL.)

Weeks-Riggs[edit]

(Elling O Weeks and E A "Gus" Riggs, Terre Haute IN.)

Weick[edit]

(Fred E Weick, 130 Cherokee Rd, Hampton VA.)

Weidmann[edit]

((George) Weidmann Body & Trailer Co, North Tonawanda NY.)

Weil[edit]

(Lehman Weil, 225 West 71 St, New York NY.)

Weinberg[edit]

(William Weinberg)

Weir[edit]

(G & J Weir Ltd.)

Welch[edit]

((Orin) Welch Aircraft Co, Anderson IN. / Welch Aviation Co.)

Weller Flugzeugbau[edit]

(Bibersfeld, Germany)

Weller-Lusk[edit]

(R C Lusk & R M Weller, Burbank CA.)

Wellington[edit]

(Harry Wellington, Ontario CA.)

Wells[edit]

(Harry Wells, Cicero IL.)

Wells[edit]

(Eugene W Wells, HI.)

Welsh[edit]

(George T Welsh, Long Beach CA.)

Welsher[edit]

(Burdette Star Welsher, 519 High St, San Luis Obispo CA.)

Wendt[edit]

((Robert) Wendt Aircraft Corp, 825 Main St, N Tonawanda NY.)

Wendt[edit]

((Harold O) Wendt Aircraft Engr, La Mesa CA.)

Werkheiser & Matson[edit]

(C M Matson & Harlan Werkheiser, Bloomsburg PA.)

Werkspoor[edit]

(Werkspoor NV)

Wesley[edit]

(Joseph K Wesley, Somerset KY.)

Weser[edit]

(Weser Flugzeugbau)

West[edit]

(Russell West, Atlanta (GA?) Packard Co.)

West Coast[edit]

(West Coast Air Service Inc, Portland OR.)

Westbrook[edit]

(Westbrook Aeronautical Corp (fdrs: John Knox McAfee, Neil Westbrook Perdew), Teterboro, NJ)

Westermayer[edit]

(Oskar Westermayer)

Western[edit]

(Western Aircraft Supplies, Calgary Alberta Canada.)

Western[edit]

(Western Airplane & Supply Co, Burbank CA.)

Western[edit]

(Western Airplane Co, 53 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago IL.)

Western[edit]

(Western Aircraft Corp (pres: Georges Hamilton), San Antonio TX.)

Western Aircraft[edit]

(Western Aircraft Corp, 521 Cooper Bldg, Denver CO.)

Western Aircraft Supplies[edit]

(Western Aircraft Supplies)

Westfall[edit]

( Westfall Aircraft Co.)

Westfield[edit]

(Miles Westfall, Oklahoma City OK and New Richmond IN.)

Westfield[edit]

(Westfield Aircraft Co (Summit Aeronautical Corp), Westfield MA.)

Westland[edit]

Weymann[edit]

(Charles Terres Weymann / Société des Avions C.T.Weymann)

Weymann-Lepere[edit]

Weyrauch[edit]

(Ronaldo Weyrauch)

Wezel[edit]

(Martin Wezel Flugzeugtechnik)

Whatley[edit]

(Vascoe Whatley)

WHE[edit]

(W.H. Ekin)

Wheelair[edit]

(Puget-Pacific Airplane Co; Tacoma WA.)

Wheeler[edit]

(Ken Wheeler)

Wheeler Technology[edit]

Wheeling[edit]

(Wheeling Aircraft Co, Pontiac MI.)

Whigham[edit]

(Eugene Whigham)

Whitcraft[edit]

(Whitcraft Corp, Eastford CT.)

White[edit]

(George D White, 117 E 49 St, Los Angeles CA.)

White[edit]

(George White, St Augustine FL.)

White[edit]

((Donald G) White Aircraft Co, Woodward Airport, Leroy NY)

White[edit]

(William T White, Dallas TX.)

White[edit]

(E Marshall White, Huntington Beach CA.)

White[edit]

(Van White, Lubbock TX.)

White & Thompson[edit]

White's[edit]

( (Burdette S & Harold L) White's Aircraft, Ames IA)

White-Kremsreiter[edit]

((Benjamin) White-(Hans) Kremsreiter, Milwaukee WI.)

Whitehead[edit]

(Whitehead Aircraft Company)

Whitehead[edit]

(Gustave Whitehead (Gustav Weisskopf), Bridgeport CT.)

Whiteman[edit]

(Lawrence Henry Whiteman, Wichita KS.)

Whitman[edit]

(Earl E Whitman, Point Richmond CA.)

Whittaker[edit]

(Michael Whittaker, Clayton, Yorkshire, United Kingdom)

Whittelsey[edit]

(Whittelsey Mfg Co, 220 Howard St, Bridgeport CT.)

Whittemore-Hamm[edit]

((Harris) Whittemore-(?) Hamm Co, Saugus MA.)

Whittenbeck[edit]

(Clem Whittenbeck, Greenwood MO, Lincoln NB and Miami OK.)

Whittenburg[edit]

(Mickey Whittenburg, CT.)

Wibault[edit]

(Société des Avions Michel Wibault)

Wibault significant projects[edit]

Wib.4 heavy bomber project? Wib.5 single seat parasol wing fighter project,submitted to C.1 1923 Wib.6 two-seat parasol wing fighter derivative of Wib.5 Wib.11 single seat fighter project powered by one 500 hp engine,for C.1 1923 Wib.14 two-seat parasol wing tourist aircraft project Wib.14H a floatplane version of Wib.14 Wib.15 single seat fighter project to C.1 1926 contest Wib.160 Trombe II a more powerful version of Wib.130 Trombe I,also for C.1 1926 Wib.170 single seat lightweight fighter for C.1 1926 Wib.230 three engined transport aircraft project? Wib.270 single seat lightweight fighter project for C.1 1928 Wib.330 transport aircraft (no more details) Wib.340 two seat low-wing tourist aircraft project

Wichita[edit]

(Wichita Airplane Mfg Co (C A Noll, Anson O Rorabaugh), 716 (?>912) W 1st St, Wichita KS.)

Wickham[edit]

(James Wickham, Seattle WA.)

Wickner[edit]

(Geoffrey N. Wikner)

Widerøe[edit]

(Widerøes Flyveselskap)

Wieber[edit]

(John C Wieber, Milwaukee WI.)

Wienberg[edit]

(William Weinberg, Kansas City, Missouri, United States)

Wier[edit]

(Ronald Wier, San Diego, California, United States)

Wigal[edit]

(Fritz Wigal, Jackson TN.)

Wight[edit]

(Confusion may reign here:- Owner:J. Samuel White, Designer Howard T. Wright, Company Name Wight Aircraft Co.)

Wilbur[edit]

(Joe W Wilbur, Exeter NH.)

Wilcox[edit]

Wilcox[edit]

(H F Wilcox Aeronautics Inc, Verdigris OK.)

Wild[edit]

(Alec Wild)S

Wilder[edit]

(Charles A Wilder, Bronson MI.)

Wilden[edit]

(Helmut Wilden)

Wildfire Air Racing[edit]

Wiley Post[edit]

(Wiley Post Aircraft Corp, Oklahoma City OK)

Wilford[edit]

(E Burke Wilford, Paoli PA)

Willard[edit]

(Charles F Willard, Hempstead NY and Los Angeles CA.)

Williams[edit]

(J Newton Williams, Ansonia CT.)

C W Williams[edit]

(C W Williams)

O E Williams[edit]

(O E Williams Aeroplane Co (fdrs: Osbert Edwin & Inez Williams), Scranton PA.)

Williams[edit]

(Beryl J Williams Co, Venice & Pasadena CA.)

Williams[edit]

(Szekely Aircraft & Engine Co, Holland MI.)

Williams[edit]

(Art Williams and Guy Gully, Alliance OH.)

Williams[edit]

(Paul Williams, Dayton OH.)

Williams[edit]

(Walt Williams, Perris CA.)

Williams[edit]

(Robert F Williams, Houston TX.)

Williams[edit]

(Floyd Williams, Eagle Grove IA.)

Williams[edit]

(Bob Williams)

Williams International[edit]

((Sam B) Williams Intl, Walled Lake MI.)

Williams Texas-Temple[edit]

(Texas Aero Mfg Co (fdr: George W Williams), Temple TX. )

Williamson[edit]

(Roger Williamson, San Antonio TX.)

Willoughby[edit]

(Capt Hugh L Willoughby, Newport RI.)

(Willoughby Delta Company)

Wilson[edit]

Wilson[edit]

(John H Wilson, Middlesex PA.)

Wilson[edit]

(Al & Herbert Wilson, Ocean Park CA.)

Wilson[edit]

(Wilson & Co, 529 W Douglas, Wichita KS.)

Wilson[edit]

((Dr Frank M) Wilson Aircraft Company, Los Angeles CA.)

Wilson[edit]

(James Wilson, Los Angeles CA.)

Windecker[edit]

(Windecker Industries Inc.)

Windstar[edit]

(Windstar, Boise ID.)

Windward Performance[edit]

Wing[edit]

((George S) Wing Aircraft Co/Hi-Shear Corp, 2660 Skypark Dr, Torrance CA.)

Wingco[edit]

Wingler[edit]

(Wingler Aeronautical Co, Riverside IA.)

Wings of Freedom[edit]

(Wings of Freedom LLC, Hubbard, Ohio, United States)

Winslow[edit]

(Capt Stewart V Winslow, Lewiston MT.)

Winstead[edit]

( (Carl & Guy) Winstead Brothers Airplane Co, Wichita KS.)

Wiseman[edit]

(Fred Wiseman & M W Peters, San Francisco and Petaluma CA.)

Wisenant[edit]

(Oscar H Wisenant, Colorado Springs CO.)

Wissler[edit]

((Clarence H) Wissler Airplane Co, Bellefontaine OH.)

Wittemann-Lewis[edit]

(Wittemann-Lewis Aircraft Co Inc.)

Wittman[edit]

(Steve J. Wittman)

Witzig-Lioré-Dutilleul[edit]

Wiweko[edit]

(Wiweko Soepono)

W.K.F.[edit]

(Wiener Karosserie und Flugzeugfabrik)

WNF[edit]

(Wiener Neustädter Flugzeugwerke GmbH)

Wogen[edit]

(Orville Wogen, Lake Mills IA.)

Wolf[edit]

(Donald S Wolf, Huntington NY.)

Wolff[edit]

(Albert Wolff, Denver CO.)

Wolford-Wilson[edit]

(Dale Wolford & Elmer Wilson )

Wolverine[edit]

(Wolverine Aeronautic Co, Albion MI.)

Wood[edit]

(Charles A Wood, Clay Center KS.)

Wood[edit]

(Dick Wood, Kansas City MO.)

Wood[edit]

(Callbie Wood, Wilson NC.)

Wood[edit]

(Stanley Wood, Glendale AZ.)

Wood[edit]

(Steven K. Wood)

Wood & English[edit]

(Thomas W Wood & Noel L English, Wiggins MS.)

Woodford[edit]

((Edwin S) Woodford Airplanes Inc., Portland OR.)

Woodson[edit]

(Woodson Aircraft Corp, Bryan OH.)

Woodward (aircraft constructor)[edit]

World[edit]

(World Aircraft Company, Paris, TN)

World Seair Corporation[edit]

(Edgewater, Florida, USA)

World War I Aeroplanes[edit]

(World War I Aeroplanes, Inc, Poughkeepsie, New York, United States)

Worldwide Ultralite[edit]

(Worldwide Ultralite Industries)

Worsell[edit]

(Tom Worsell)

Wouters[edit]

(Jean de Wouters d'Oplinter)

Wren[edit]

Wren[edit]

Wright[edit]

(Wright Aeronautical)

Wright-Bellanca[edit]

Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation[edit]

Wright[edit]

((H W) Wright & Co, Wilmar CA.)

Wright[edit]

(Dr Thomas Edward A Wright, Wichita KS.)

Wright[edit]

(A F Wright, Dubuque IA.)

Wright[edit]

(James R Wright, St Clair Shores MI.)

Wright-Gingerich[edit]

(Harvey C Wright, Iowa City IA.)

Wright-Hughes[edit]

((James) Wright Machine Tool Co, Cottage Grove OR.)

Wright Redux[edit]

(Wright Redux Assn, Glen Ellyn IL.)

Wüst GmbH[edit]

(Aschaffenburg, Germany)

Wyandotte[edit]

(Wyandotte High School, Kansas City KS.)

Wysong[edit]

(Forrest E Wysong, Raleigh NC.)

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  8. ^ Jack Cox (July 1980). "Wittman Big X Restored". Sport Aviation. 
  9. ^ "Planned Aircraft". www.warbirdreplicas.com. Retrieved 16 July 2013. 
  10. ^ Cynk, Jerzy B. (1971). Polish Aircraft 1893–1939. London: Putnam. ISBN 0-370-00085-4. 
  11. ^ "Warner-Young Skycar". Flight International: 215. 9 August 1962. Retrieved 11 May 2013. 
  12. ^ Taylor, John W R (1959). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1959. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. 
  13. ^ Hardy, Michael J. (1982). Gliders & Sailplanes of the World. Shepperton: Ian Allan Publishing Ltd. ISBN 0 7110 1152 4. 
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