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Flyer or flier may refer to:



United States[edit]



  • Flyer (automobile), manufactured by the Flyer Motor Car Company in Michigan, United States, from 1913 to 1914
  • BYD Flyer, manufactured by BYD Auto in Shenzhen, China, since 2004
  • Smith Flyer, manufactured by A.O. Smith Company in Milwaukee, United States, from 1915 until about 1919
  • Thomas Flyer, manufactured by Thomas Motor Company


  • Flyer Indústria Aeronáutica, a Brazilian manufacturer of ultralight aircraft.
  • Flyer F600 NG, an ultralight aircraft from the Brazilian manufacturer Flyer Industria Aeronáutica Ltda.
  • FLYER (magazine), a monthly UK aviation publication
  • Abramovich Flyer, a biplane built by Vsevolod Abramovich in 1912
  • Fisher Flyer, a single-engined ultralight biplane built by Michael Fisher in 1980
  • Kolb Flyer, a twin-engined ultralight monoplane produced in kit form by Kolb Aircraft from 1980 to 1982
  • Pfitzner Flyer, a monoplane designed by Alexander Pfitzner in 1909
  • Wright Flyer, world's first powered aircraft, built and flown by the Wright Brothers in 1903


  • Flyer (yacht), yacht of Conny van Rietschoten with which he won the Whitbread Round the World Race
  • Flyer II (yacht), yacht of Conny van Rietschoten with which he won the Whitbread Round the World Race
  • Flyer (steamboat), a passenger ship which operated on Puget Sound from 1891 to 1930
  • USNS Flyer, a cargo ship launched in 1944
  • USS Flier, a submarine launched in 1943



  • Newcastle Flyer, an express passenger service connecting Newcastle and Sydney from 1929 to 1988

New Zealand[edit]

United States[edit]

  • Century Flyer, an historic narrow-gauge train
  • Champlain Flyer, a commuter service connecting Burlington, Shelburne, and Charlotte, in Vermont, from 2000 to 2003
  • Heartland Flyer, a passenger train between Fort Worth, Texas, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, begun in 1999
  • Valley Flyer, a passenger service between Bakersfield and Oakland, in California, from 1939 to 1942


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