Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk - The Navy's Flying Boat Factory - was the Royal Norwegian Navy Air Service' aeroplane producer. It was established in Horten in 1915.
It produced a total of 120 planes from 1915 to 1940.
The types of planes produced may be divided into the following categories.
Bomber planes were not a priority as they were deemed an aggressor's weapon and not fit for a neutral country.
The M.F. 1 - the first aircraft manufactured by Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk
The M.F.11 - the last aircraft in regular production at Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk
- M.F.1, a Maurice Farman floatplane, type 1914, six built.
- M.F.2, could carry two 50 kg mines/bombs, radio and machine gun.
- M.F.3, carried out the first RNoN aircraft test with torpedoes.
- M.F.4, the first purpose-built trainer aircraft.
- M.F.5, the first Norwegian tractor aircraft
- M.F.6. a trainer and the last pusher type built by the factory
- M.F.7, trainer
- 8 M.F.8, trainer
- 10 M.F.9, fighter
- 4 M.F.10, trainer
- 29 M.F.11, reconnaissance
- 1 M.F.12, trainer
Airplanes built under license
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