List of civil aircraft

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For a listing of civil and military aircraft without descriptions, see List of aircraft.

List of civil aircraft is a list of articles on civilian aircraft with descriptions, which excludes aircraft operated by military organizations in civil markings, warbirds, warbirds used for racing, replica warbirds and research aircraft.

A[edit]

AASI[edit]

ABC Motors[edit]

Abraham[edit]

Abrams[edit]

ACAC[edit]

ACBA (Aéro Club du Bas Armagnac)[edit]

Ace Aircraft[edit]

  • Ace Baby Ace single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt
  • Ace Junior Ace single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt
  • Ace Scooter single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt

Acro Sport[edit]

Adams[edit]

ADI (Aircraft Designs Inc.)[edit]

A.E.G.[edit]

  • AEG J.II 2 passenger biplane modified with passenger cabin from ground attack biplane
  • AEG N.I biplane modified with passenger cabin from bomber

Aero Engineers Australia[edit]

Aermacchi[edit]

(for earlier types see Macchi)

Aerion[edit]

Aero Vodochody[edit]

Aero Boero[edit]

Aero-Cam[edit]

Aero Commander[edit]

Aero Ltd[edit]

Aerokopter[edit]

Aeromarine/Aeromarine-Klemm[edit]

Aeromot[edit]

Aeronca[edit]

Aero Spacelines[edit]

Aérospatiale[edit]

(see also Eurocopter & SOCATA)

Aerostar[edit]

Agusta[edit]

AgustaWestland[edit]

Ahrens[edit]

Air Tractor[edit]

Airbus[edit]

Airco[edit]

(for later designs see de Havilland)

Airspeed[edit]

Air Creation[edit]

Albatros[edit]

Aleksandrov-Kalinin[edit]

Allegro LSA[edit]

Alpha[edit]

  • Alpha 2000 The Robin R2000 now manufactured in New Zealand

American Aviation[edit]

American Champion[edit]

  • American Champion & Bellanca series Series of two-seat utility and aerobatic light aircraft

American Eagle[edit]

American Gyro[edit]

Anderson Greenwood[edit]

ANEC[edit]

  • ANEC I single-seat ultralight monoplane

Angel Aircraft Corporation[edit]

Ansaldo[edit]

Antonov[edit]

Antoinette[edit]

APM[edit]

Arado[edit]

Armstrong Whitworth[edit]

Arrow[edit]

Atlantic Aircraft[edit]

(Fokker America, for Dutch aircraft see Fokker)

ATR[edit]

Auster[edit]

Austin[edit]

Avia[edit]

Aviamilano[edit]

Aviat[edit]

Aviation Traders[edit]

Aviméta[edit]

Avro[edit]

Avro Canada[edit]

Ayres[edit]

B[edit]

BAC (British Aircraft Company)[edit]

BAC (British Aircraft Corporation)[edit]

Bach[edit]

BAe[edit]

Barkley-Grow[edit]

BAT[edit]

Bäumer[edit]

Beagle Aircraft[edit]

Beardmore[edit]

Bede[edit]

Beechcraft[edit]

Bell Helicopter[edit]

Bellanca[edit]

Beneš-Mráz[edit]

Beriev[edit]

Bernard[edit]

BFW[edit]

(for later designs see Messerschmitt)

  • BFW M.17 two-seat ultralight sportsplane
  • BFW M.18 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.19 low-wing single-seat sportsplane
  • BFW M.20 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.23 two-seat sports monoplane
  • BFW M.24 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.27 two-seat sports monoplane
  • BFW M.29 two-seat sports/racing monoplane
  • BFW M.35 two-seat sports monoplane

Blackburn[edit]

Blériot[edit]

Blériot-SPAD[edit]

Bloch[edit]

Blohm + Voss[edit]

Boeing[edit]

Boeing Canada[edit]

Boisavia[edit]

Bombardier[edit]

Bonomi[edit]

Boulton & Paul[edit]

Brantly[edit]

Breese[edit]

Breda[edit]

Breguet[edit]

Bristol[edit]

Brown-Young[edit]

British Aircraft Manufacturing[edit]

Britten-Norman[edit]

Brochet[edit]

Brunner-Winkle[edit]

Buhl[edit]

C[edit]

CAB[edit]

CAMS[edit]

  • CAMS 51 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat
  • CAMS 53 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat
  • CAMS 58 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat

Canadair[edit]

Canadian Vickers[edit]

CAP Aviation (now Apex Aircraft)[edit]

Capelis[edit]

Caproni[edit]

CASA[edit]

Caudron[edit]

Central Aircraft[edit]

Cessna[edit]

Champion[edit]

Chichester-Miles[edit]

Chilton[edit]

Chrislea[edit]

Christen[edit]

Cierva[edit]

Cirrus[edit]

Civilian[edit]

COMAC[edit]

Rockwell[edit]

Commercial[edit]

Commonwealth (US)[edit]

Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (Australia)[edit]

Comper[edit]

Conroy[edit]

Consolidated[edit]

Convair[edit]

Couzinet[edit]

  • Couzinet 70 Arc en Ciel trimotor airliner and mailplane

Cranwell[edit]

Crawford[edit]

  • Crawford CLM all-metal high-wing cabin monoplane using Junkers F.13 parts

C.R.D.A. CANT (Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini)[edit]

  • CANT 6 11-passenger trimotor biplane flying boat airliner
  • CANT 10 4-passenger single-engine biplane flying boat airliner
  • CANT 18 single-engine flying boat trainer
  • CANT 22 8–10-passenger trimotor flying boat airliner
  • CANT Z.506A 12–14-passenger trimotor transport floatplane
  • CANT Z.509 trimotor floatplane mailplane
  • CANT Z.1010 5-passenger single-engine airliner
  • CANT Z.1012 3-passenger trimotor airliner

Culver[edit]

Cunliffe-Owen[edit]

Cunningham-Hall[edit]

Curtiss[edit]

Curtiss Canada[edit]

Curtiss-Reid[edit]

Curtiss-Wright[edit]

(obsorbed Travel Air)

D[edit]

Dassault[edit]

Davis[edit]

  • Davis D-1 light open-cockpit two-seat parasol monoplane

de Havilland[edit]

(see also Airco)

de Havilland Australia[edit]

de Havilland Canada[edit]

Dean-Wilson Aviation[edit]

Denney[edit]

Deperdussin (Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés)[edit]

Desoutter[edit]

  • Desoutter three-seat cabin monoplane air taxi

Dewoitine[edit]

Diamond[edit]

  • Diamond DA20 Two-seat light aircraft and basic trainer
  • Diamond DA40 Four-seat light aircraft/ utility and trainer
  • Diamond DA42 Four-seat twin-engined light aircraft/ utility and trainer
  • Diamond D-Jet Five-seat single-engined light jet aircraft

Dornier[edit]

Douglas[edit]

(for later types see McDonnell Douglas)

Driggs[edit]

Druine[edit]

Dyle et Bacalan[edit]

E[edit]

Eastman[edit]

Eclipse Aerospace[edit]

Edge[edit]

  • Edge 540 aerobatic and racing aircraft

Edgley[edit]

EH Industries[edit]

English Electric[edit]

Embraer[edit]

Emigh[edit]

Enstrom[edit]

  • Enstrom F-28/280/480 three- and five-seat light helicopters

ERCO[edit]

Europa[edit]

Eurocopter[edit]

(see also Aérospatiale)

Extra Aircraft[edit]

F[edit]

Fairchild[edit]

Fairchild Canada[edit]

Fairchild Dornier/Swearingen[edit]

Farman[edit]

FFA[edit]

Fiat[edit]

Fleet[edit]

Focke-Wulf[edit]

Fokker[edit]

(for US aircraft see Atlantic Aircraft)

Foster, Wikner[edit]

Found Brothers[edit]

Fournier[edit]

Ford[edit]

Four Winds[edit]

Friedrichshafen[edit]

Fuji[edit]

G[edit]

Government Aircraft Factories[edit]

General Aircraft (UK)[edit]

General Aviation (US)[edit]

Gippsland Aeronautics[edit]

Gloster[edit]

Granville Brothers[edit]

Grob[edit]

Grumman[edit]

Gulfstream[edit]

H[edit]

Hamburger Flugzeugbau[edit]

Handley Page[edit]

Harbin[edit]

Harmon[edit]

Hawker Siddeley[edit]

Heath[edit]

Heinkel[edit]

Helio[edit]

Heston[edit]

Hiller[edit]

Hindustan[edit]

Hollsmidt[edit]

  • Hollsmidt 222 twin-engine two-seat homebuilt cabin utility monoplane

Honda[edit]

Howard[edit]

Howard[edit]

Hurel-Dubois[edit]

I[edit]

IAI[edit]

IAR[edit]

ICAR[edit]

  • ICAR 36 6-passenger single-engine monoplane airliner

Ilyushin[edit]

Indonesian Aerospace[edit]

  • IPTN N-250 64/68-seat turboprop regional airliner

Irkut[edit]

J[edit]

Junkers[edit]

K[edit]

Kalinin[edit]

Kaman Aircraft[edit]

Kamov[edit]

Kharkov[edit]

Kawasaki[edit]

Kellett[edit]

Kestrel[edit]

Keystone[edit]

Keystone-Loening[edit]

Klemm[edit]

  • Klemm Kl 25 open-cockpit two-seat single-engine ultralight monoplane
  • Klemm Kl 32 enclosed three-seat single-engine touring monoplane
  • Klemm Kl 35 open-cockpit two-seat single-engine sports and training monoplane

Koolhoven[edit]

L[edit]

Laird[edit]

Lake[edit]

  • Lake LA4, Buccaneer amphibious light aircraft
  • Lake Renegade, Renegade & Turbo Renegade amphibious light aircraft

Lancair[edit]

Lasco[edit]

  • Lasco Lascoter 6-passenger airliner and mailplane single-engine monoplane

Latécoère[edit]

Laville[edit]

Lear[edit]

Let Kunovice[edit]

Letov Kbely[edit]

Lincoln-Page[edit]

Lioré et Olivier[edit]

Lisunov[edit]

Lockheed[edit]

Lockspeiser[edit]

Loening[edit]

Luscombe[edit]

Luton Aircraft[edit]

L.V.G.[edit]

  • LVG C.V passenger and mail biplane converted from observation aircraft
  • LVG C.VI passenger and mail biplane converted from observation aircraft

M[edit]

Macchi[edit]

(for later types see Aermacchi)

Malmö[edit]

Mansyu/Manshu[edit]

Martin[edit]

Martin-Baker[edit]

Maule[edit]

  • Maule M-4 to M-7 4–5-seat STOL capable light aircraft

McDonnell Douglas[edit]

(for earlier types see Douglas)

MD Helicopters[edit]

MDM[edit]

Messerschmitt[edit]

(for earlier designs see BFW)

Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm[edit]

Meyers[edit]

Mil[edit]

Miles[edit]

Millicer[edit]

Mitsubishi[edit]

Monocoupe[edit]

Mooney[edit]

Morane-Saulnier[edit]

(see also SOCATA)

Morrisey/Shinn/Varga[edit]

Moss Brothers[edit]

  • Moss M.A.1 tandem two-seat low-winged sporting monoplane
  • Moss M.A.2 side by side two-seat low-winged sporting monoplane

Murphy Aircraft[edit]

N[edit]

Nakajima[edit]

National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)[edit]

Nationale Vliegtuig Industrie (NVI)[edit]

NAMC[edit]

New Standard[edit]

Nieuport & Nieuport-Delage[edit]

Noorduyn[edit]

Norsk Flyindustri[edit]

North American[edit]

Northrop[edit]

O[edit]

Omega Aircraft[edit]

P[edit]

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex[edit]

Pacific Aerospace[edit]

Pander & Son[edit]

Parnall[edit]

Partenavia[edit]

Percival & Hunting Percival[edit]

Pheasant Aircraft Company[edit]

Piaggio[edit]

Pietenpol[edit]

Pilatus[edit]

Piper[edit]

Pitcairn/Pitcairn-Cierva[edit]

Polikarpov[edit]

Porterfield Aircraft Corporation[edit]

Potez[edit]

  • Potez 29 single-engine biplane airliner
  • Potez 43 single-engine light utility/touring monoplane
  • Potez 56 twin-engine low-wing monoplane passenger transport
  • Potez 58 single-engine light utility/touring monoplane
  • Potez 60 two-seat parasol utility/trainer monoplane
  • Potez 62 twin-engine monoplane airliner
  • Potez 840 four-engine turboprop executive transport

Praga[edit]

PWS[edit]

  • PWS-21 single-engine monoplane 4-passenger airliner
  • PWS-24 single-engine monoplane 4-passenger airliner
  • PWS-54 single-engine monoplane 3-passenger airliner

PZL[edit]

  • PZL.4 10-passenger trimotor monoplane airliner
  • PZL.5 two-seat open-cockpit sporting and training biplane
  • PZL.16 5-seat single-engine passenger monoplane
  • PZL.19 three-seat sports monoplane
  • PZL.26 three-seat sports monoplane
  • PZL.27 5-seat trimotor monoplane airliner and mailplane
  • PZL.44 Wicher twin-engine 14-passenger airliner

PZL Mielec[edit]

PZL Świdnik[edit]

PZL Warszawa-Okęcie[edit]

Q[edit]

Quest Aircraft[edit]

Questair[edit]

R[edit]

Rafaelyants/Polikarpov[edit]

Rans[edit]

Rawdon Brothers[edit]

  • Rawdon T-1 tandem two-seat low-wing utility monoplane

Raytheon[edit]

RBVZ (Russo Baltic Wagon Works)[edit]

(for later designs Sikorsky)

Rearwin[edit]

Renard[edit]

  • Renard R.17 four-seat single-engine cabin monoplane intended as a flower deliver aircraft
  • Renard R.30 four-passenger trimotor airliner
  • Renard R.35 20-passenger trimotor airliner

Reims[edit]

(licence built Cessna)

Republic[edit]

RFB[edit]

Robin[edit]

Robinson/Redwing[edit]

Robinson Helicopter[edit]

Rockwell[edit]

Rohrbach[edit]

Rotorway[edit]

Rumpler[edit]

  • Rumpler 5A 2 converted reconnaissance biplane used for mail and passengers

Ruschmeyer[edit]

Rutan[edit]

(see also Scaled Composites)

RWD[edit]

  • RWD 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 two-seat open-cockpit sports monoplanes
  • RWD 5 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 6 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 8 two-seat open-cockpit parasol monoplane trainer
  • RWD 9 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 10 single-seat open-cockpit aerobatics monoplane
  • RWD 11 6-passenger twin-engine monoplane airliner
  • RWD 13 three-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 15 5-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 16 two-seat low-wing sports monoplane
  • RWD 17 two-seat open-cockpit aerobatics and training monoplane
  • RWD-19 two-seat low-wing sports monoplane
  • RWD 21 two-seat low-wing touring and sports monoplane

Ryan[edit]

  • Ryan M-1 & M-2 single-engine monoplane mailplane
  • Ryan Brougham single-engine monoplane airliner
  • Ryan NYP "Spirit of St. Louis" long distance flight record aircraft based on Brougham
  • Ryan Foursome four-seat cabin monoplane, scaled down from Brougham
  • Ryan ST "Sports-Trainer" single-engine two-seat monoplane sports/trainer
  • Ryan S-C "Sports-Coupe" single-engine cabin monoplane
  • Ryan Navion four-seat cabin single-engine monoplane

S[edit]

Saab[edit]

SABCA[edit]

Sablatnig[edit]

Sadler[edit]

Salmson[edit]

Saunders (Canada)[edit]

Saunders-Roe/Saro (UK)[edit]

Savoia-Marchetti[edit]

(see also SIAI-Marchetti)

Scaled Composites[edit]

(see also Rutan)

Scheibe[edit]

Schempp-Hirth[edit]

Schleicher[edit]

Schneider (Australia)[edit]

Schweizer[edit]

Scottish Aviation[edit]

Shanghai/Shaanxi[edit]

Shavrov[edit]

  • Shavrov Sh-2 single-engine utility monoplane amphibious flying boat

Short Brothers[edit]

SIAI-Marchetti[edit]

(for earlier designs see Savoia-Marchetti)

Siebel[edit]

Sikorsky[edit]

(for earlier types see RBVZ)

Sino Swearingen[edit]

SIPA (Société Industrielle Pour l'Aéronautique)[edit]

Skandinavisk Aero Industri (SAI)[edit]

Slingsby[edit]

SNCAC/Aérocentre (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre)[edit]

SNCAN/Nord (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Nord)[edit]

SNCASE/Sud-Est (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud Est)[edit]

SNCASO/Sud-Ouest (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud-Ouest)[edit]

SOCATA[edit]

(for earlier types see Morane-Saulnier)

Sopwith[edit]

SPCA (Société Provençale de Construction Aéronautique)[edit]

Spectrum[edit]

Spartan Aircraft Company(US)[edit]

Spartan Aircraft Ltd (UK)[edit]

St-Just[edit]

St. Louis[edit]

Stampe et Vertongen[edit]

Star[edit]

Stearman Aircraft[edit]

(absorbed by Boeing)

Stinson[edit]

Stits[edit]

Sukhoi[edit]

Supermarine[edit]

Swallow[edit]

Swearingen[edit]

T[edit]

Tachikawa[edit]

Turkish Aviation Industry[edit]

Tatra[edit]

Taylorcraft[edit]

Technoavia[edit]

Tecnam[edit]

The Airplane Factory[edit]

Thruxton[edit]

  • Thruxton Jackaroo four-seat passenger biplane modified from de Havilland Tiger Moth

Thurston[edit]

Tipsy/Avions Fairey[edit]

Toyota[edit]

  • Toyota TA-1 prototype single-engine, 4-place aircraft

Transavia[edit]

Travel Air[edit]

Tupolev[edit]

U[edit]

Udet[edit]

V[edit]

Valmet[edit]

Van's[edit]

  • Van's RV-3 single-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-4 tandem two-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-6 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-7 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-8 tandem two-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-9 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-10 four-seat single-engine low-wing homebuilt
  • Van's RV-11 motorglider project
  • Van's RV-12 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-14 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt

VEB[edit]

VFW-Fokker[edit]

Vickers-Armstrongs[edit]

Victa[edit]

VisionAire[edit]

Volmer[edit]

Vultee[edit]

W[edit]

Waco[edit]

Wassmer[edit]

Weatherly[edit]

Wedell-Williams[edit]

Werkspoor[edit]

Westland[edit]

Wibault[edit]

Widerøe[edit]

X[edit]

Xi'an[edit]

  • Xian MA60 Turboprop regional aircraft, from China
  • Xian MA600 Sixty-seat Turboprop regional aircraft, update from the MA60 from China

Y[edit]

Yakovlev[edit]

Yeoman[edit]

Z[edit]

Zeppelin[edit]

Zivko[edit]

Zlin[edit]

Zenith[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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