List of aircraft (Co–Cz)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'Co' through to 'Cz'.

Contents

Co–Cz[edit]

Co-Z[edit]

(Co-Z Development Co, Mesa, AZ)

Coandă[edit]

(Henri Coandă)

Coates Swalesong[edit]

Coavio[edit]

(Coavio srl, Ferentino, Italy)

Cobalt[edit]

(Cobalt Aircraft industries, Airparc 6C,Avenue de l'Europe, 78117 Toussous le-Noble)

Codock[edit]

(Cockatoo Dockyard & Engineering Co)

Coddington & Webb[edit]

(C C Coddington & Magnum Webb, Charlotte, NC)

Cody[edit]

Coelho[edit]

(Altair Coelho)

Coffyn[edit]

(Frank Coffyn, Knoxville, TN)

Coffman[edit]

((Sam H) Coffman-(C R) Strong Aircraft Co)

Colani[edit]

(Luigi Colani / Colani/Composite Engineering (CCE))

Colden[edit]

(Milton Colden, Clintonville, WI)

Cole (aircraft constructor)[edit]

Cole[edit]

(Cole School of Aviation/Cole Aircraft Corp, 3617 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH)

Cole[edit]

(Ross A Cole, Dallas, TX)

Cole[edit]

(J Raymond Cole, Oklahoma City, OK)

Coleman[edit]

(L J Coleman, Sioux City, IA)

Colgate-Larsen[edit]

(1940: (Gilbert) Colgate-(Victor A) Larsen Aircraft Co, Amityville, NY)

Collard-Souquet-Raniéri[edit]

(Maurice Collard, Jacques Souquet & Jacques Raniéri)

Collier[edit]

((William S) Collier Aircraft Sales, Tulsa, OK)

Collier-Combs[edit]

((William S) Collier & (L A) Combs Aircraft Co, Ponca City, OK)

Collins[edit]

(DeWitt Collins, Winthrop, IA)

Collins[edit]

(Collins Radio Co, Marine Lab, Cedar Rapids, IL)

Collins[edit]

(Collins Aero, Chadds Ford, PA)

Collivier[edit]

Colomban[edit]

(Michel Colomban)

Colonial[edit]

(1946: Colonial Aircraft Corp (Fdr: David B Thurston), Huntington Station, Long Island, NY, 1955: Moved to Sanford, ME (Pres: Herbert Lindblad), 1959: Acquired by Lake Aircraft Corp.)

Columbia[edit]

((Willis C) Brown-(Richard) Young a.k.a. Columbia Aircraft Co.)

Columbia[edit]

Columbia[edit]

(Columbia Air Liners Inc (Fdr: Charles A Levine), Hempstead (Valley Stream), NY. Seen as a division of Grumman during WW2, but if this was fact, substantiation was not found. 1946: Acquired by Commonwealth Aircraft Corp.

Colyaer[edit]

(Colyaer SL, Portonovo, Spain)

COMAC[edit]

Combscraft[edit]

(Combs Aircraft Corp, Combs Field, Denver, CO)

Comco Ikarus[edit]

Command-Aire[edit]

(Command-Aire Inc / Arkansas Aircraft Company, Little Rock, AR)

Commander[edit]

(Commander Aircraft Co)

Commercial[edit]

(Commercial Aircraft Corp, Metropolitan Airport, Van Nuys, CA)

Commonwealth[edit]

Commonwealth[edit]

(1943: Commonwealth Aircraft Co, Kansas City, KS, reorganized from Rearwin Co to build assault gliders, 1949: Valley Stream, NY)

Commuter[edit]

(Commuter Aircraft Corp, Youngstown, OH)

Commuter Craft[edit]

Comp Air[edit]

(Aerocomp Inc, Merritt Island, FL / Comp Air)

Compagnie Française d'Aviation[edit]

(Compagnie Française d'Aviation – C.F.A. – Division of Salmson)

Compcop[edit]

(Compcop Inc (Pres: Stephen Geraghty), Redwood City, CA)

Comper[edit]

(see Fane for Comper Fane, which was started by Nick Comper and finished by Gerard Fane)

Composite[edit]

(Composite Aircraft Corporation)

Compton[edit]

(Rollo L Compton, San Antonio, TX)

Comstock[edit]

(David Comstock, Roundup, MT)

Comte[edit]

(Flugzeugbau A. Comte / Robert Wild)

Con Ellingston[edit]

(Con D Ellingston & Earl E Hansen, Great Falls, MT)

Conair[edit]

Conal[edit]

Concept Aviation[edit]

(Knoxville, TN)

Concept Composites[edit]

(Pouance, France)

Condit[edit]

(Clifford Condit, Partridge, IL)

Condor[edit]

(Condor Aero Inc.)

Condor[edit]

(Condor Aircraft)

Condry & Stephen[edit]

(Condry & (Lawrence) Stephen, San Jose, CA)

Conn One Design[edit]

(Daytona Beach, FL)

Connecticut[edit]

Conquist[edit]

(Clifford Condit & Gus Palmquist, Milwaukee, WI)

Conrad[edit]

(Ronald Conrad, Earl Player, Jack Buttons, Salt Lake City, UT)

Conrad[edit]

(Roland Conrad, Salt Lake, UT)

Conroy[edit]

Consolidated[edit]

(for later types see Convair)

Constantinescu[edit]

(Cristea Constantinescu)

Contender[edit]

(Contender Aircraft Co, Sunnyvale, CA)

Continental[edit]

(Continental Aircraft & Transportation Corp (pres: Fred Leinweber), Phoenix, AZ)

Continental[edit]

(1929: Continental Aircraft Co, 704 E Douglas, Wichita, KS)

Continental[edit]

(1912: Continental Aircraft Corp (pres: Hugh Copeland), Amityville, NY)

Continental[edit]

(Continental Aviation Corp (founders: M W Giddings and E R Willard), Boeing Field, Seattle, WA, 6/26/31: company into receivership)

Continental[edit]

(Continental Motors Company, Muskegon and Detroit, MI)

Continental Copters[edit]

Convair[edit]

Convertawings[edit]

(Convertawings Inc, Long Island, NY)

Cook[edit]

(Leon M Cook, Pampa, TX)

Cook[edit]

((John) Cook Aircraft Corp, Torrance, CA)

Cooke[edit]

(Weldon B Cooke, Pittsburg, CA, 1913: Sandusky, OH)

Cooke[edit]

(G Carlyle Cooke, Winston-Salem, NC)

Cooke[edit]

(Sam Cooke)

Cooley[edit]

(John F Cooley Aerial Navigation Co, Rochester, NY)

Cooley & Stroben[edit]

(Cooley & Stroben, Woodlake, CA)

Cooney[edit]

(Thomas A Cooney, Indianapolis, IN)

Coonley[edit]

(Harold D Coonley, Miami, FL)

Cooper[edit]

(John D Cooper Aeroplane Co, Bridgeport, CT)

Cooper[edit]

(J B Cooper, Bridgeton, MO)

Cooper-Travers[edit]

Copin[edit]

(Georges Copin)

Copland[edit]

(Harry Depew Copland, Detroit, MI)

Corben[edit]

(Corben Sport Plane & Supply Co, Peru, IN and Madison, WI)

Corby[edit]

(John Corby)

Corcoran[edit]

(R Stanley Corcoran Co, New Lenox, IL)

Cord-Vultee[edit]

(Aircraft Development Div, (Erret L) Cord Mfg Co, Glendale, CA)

Cordy[edit]

(Harry Cordy, Los Angeles, CA)

Corivi Aviation[edit]

(Italy)

Corman[edit]

(Corman (Erret L Cord & Lucius B Manning) Aircraft Co, Dayton, OH)

Cornelius[edit]

(1930: (George Wilbur) Cornelius Aircraft Co, Glendale, CA, c.1935: Van Nuys, CA, c.1940: Dayton, OH, 1941: Cornelius-Hoepli Co.)

Cornu[edit]

(Paul Cornu)

Corvus[edit]

(Corvus Hungary LLC)

Coser-Oonk[edit]

(Joseph Coser & John Oonk, St Louis, MO)

Cosmic[edit]

(Cosmic Aircraft Corp, Bridgeport, CT)

Cosmic Wind[edit]

Cosmik Aviation[edit]

(Southam, United Kingdom)

Cosmos ULM[edit]

(Fontaine-lès-Dijon, France)

Coubasch Monoplane[edit]

(L. Coubash)

Cougar[edit]

(Leonard Eaves, Oklahoma City, OK)

Coulaud[edit]

(Coulaud)

Council for Scientific and Industrial Research[edit]

Coupé-Aviation[edit]

(Jacques Coupé)

Courier[edit]

(Courier Monoplane Co)

Courtès[edit]

(Jean-Claude Courtès)

Courtois-Suffit Lescop[edit]

(Société Anonyme d'Applications Industrielles du Bois)

Coutant[edit]

(Société de Constructions Navales du Léman de Thonon-Les Bains)

Coutou[edit]

(Coutou)

Couyaud[edit]

(Germain Couyaud)

Couzinet[edit]

(Société des Avions René Couzinet / René Couzinet)[23]

Cove[edit]

(Cove Biplane Co)

Coventry Ordnance Works[edit]

Coward[edit]

(Ken S. Coward)

Cox[edit]

(Joseph A Cox, 107 S Shield St, Knox, IN, 1928: Starke County Aviation Club.)

Cox-Klemin[edit]

CPA[edit]

(Chantiers de Provence Aviation)

Craft Aerotech[edit]

(Craft Aerotech, Missoula, MT)

Crane[edit]

(James A Crane, Ellsworth ME.)

Cranfield Institute of Technology[edit]

Cranwell[edit]

(Cranwell Light Aeroplane Club, United Kingdom)

Crawford[edit]

((Harvey J) Crawford, Puyallup, WA)

Crawford[edit]

(Crawford All-Metal Airplane Co Inc, Los Angeles, CA)

CRDA CANT[edit]

(see CANT)

Creative Flight[edit]

Cricket Gyroplanes Ltd[edit]

Criquet Aviation[edit]

(Guaymaral, Colombia)

Crocker-Hewitt[edit]

(Francis B Crocker and Peter Cooper-Hewitt)

Croisé[edit]

(Alain Croisé)

Cromley[edit]

(1912: (C D) Cromley Multiplane Co, Reno, NV)

Cromwell[edit]

(Forrest E Cromwell, Wetmore, KS)

Crosby[edit]

(Harry Crosby, Burbank, CA)

Croses[edit]

(Emilien Croses)

Crosley[edit]

(1929: (Powel) Crosley Aircraft Mfg Div, Crosley Radio & Electronics Co, Sharonville, OH)

Cross-Foster[edit]

((Dr Walter M) Cross-(Jack E) Foster Aircraft Corp, Kansas City, MO)

Crossland[edit]

(Aviation Construction Engr Co, Chicago, IL)

Crouch-Bolas[edit]

(1931: (R J Goodman) Crouch-(Harold) Bolas, 21 Campbell St, Pawtucket, RI)

Crouch-Sowers[edit]

Crowder[edit]

(Hugh Crowder)

Crown[edit]

Cruizaire[edit]

((W G) Dunn Mfg Co, Clarinda, IA)

Crumley[edit]

(Crumley Multiplane Co.)

Crump[edit]

(Thomas Charles Crump, Grand Rapids, MI)

Crusader[edit]

(Crusader Aircraft Corporation)

CSA[edit]

(Czech Sport Aircraft formerly CZAW)

CSC[edit]

(CSC Aircraft Company)

CSIR[edit]

(Council for Scientific and Industrial Research)

CSIRO[edit]

(Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation)

CSS[edit]

(Centralne Studium Samolotów – Central Aircraft Studies)

CTA[edit]

(Centro Técnico Aeroespacial)

CUB[edit]

Cub Crafters[edit]

Cukurs[edit]

(Herberts Cukurs) – Latvia

Culp[edit]

(Culp's Specialties, Shreveport, LA)

Culver[edit]

(Charles R Culver, Springfield, MA)

Culver[edit]

(Lagar R Culver, Farmington, UT)

Culver[edit]

(Culver Aircraft Company)

Cunliffe-Owen[edit]

Cunning[edit]

((Grant S) Cunning Aircraft, Clearfield, UT)

Cunningham-Hall[edit]

((Francis E) Cunningham-(Randolph F) Hall Aircraft Corp)

Currie[edit]

(J.R.Currie)

Curti[edit]

(Curti Aerospace)

Curtis Wright[edit]

(Curtis A Wright Aeronautical Corp. (unrelated to Curtiss-Wright Corp. - note spelling))

Curtiss[edit]

(Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company)

Military designations[edit]

Curtiss aircraft by name[edit]

Curtiss number designations[edit]

(assigned retroactively in 1935, with 75 being first contemporary use of system)

Curtiss letter designations[edit]

Curtiss collaborative ventures[edit]

Curtiss-Wright[edit]

(not to be confused with Curtis Wright)

Custer[edit]

(1939: National Aircraft Corp (Fdr: Willard R Custer), Hagerstown, MD, 1951: Construction by Baumann Aircraft Corp, Santa Barbara, CA)

Custom Flight[edit]

(Custom Flight Limited, Midland, Ontario, Canada)

Cuvelier-Lacroix[edit]

(Roland Cuvellier, Léon Lacroix)

Cuthbertson[edit]

(Michigan Steel Boat Co, Detroit, MI)

Cvjetkovic[edit]

CVV[edit]

(Centro Volo a Vela del Politecnico di Milano / Centro Studi ad Ezperienze per il Volo a Vela)

CW[edit]

(CW Helicopter Research)

C.W.[edit]

(C.W. Aircraft Ltd.)

CWL[edit]

(Centralne Warsztaty Lotnicze – Central Aviation Workshops)

Cyclone[edit]

(Cyclone Airsports Ltd)

Cycloplane[edit]

(Cycloplane Co Ltd (founders: H S "Dick" Myhres, Omer L Woodson), 3781 Angeles Mesa Dr, Los Angeles, CA)

Cyclops[edit]

(Zaharoff Aeronautical Corp of America, 55 W 42 St, New York, NY)

CZAL[edit]

(Czechoslovakia, late 40s – early 50s)

CZAW[edit]

Czech Sport Aircraft[edit]

(Czech Sport Aircraft)


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