List of aircraft (J)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order by manufacturer covering names beginning with 'J'.

J[edit]

J & J Ultralights[edit]

(Live Oak, FL)

Jabiru Aircraft[edit]

Jacuzzi[edit]

((Giocondos) Jacuzzi & Bros, 2043 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA (established by seven brothers to build propellers under military contract).)

Jackaroo Aircraft Limited[edit]

Thruxton, England, United Kingdom

Jackson[edit]

(Clifford C Jackson, Birmingham and Marysville, MI)

Jackson[edit]

(Jackson Aircraft Corp (A J McCourtie), Reynolds Field, Jackson, MI)

Jackson[edit]

(Dr Lewis A Jackson, Central State Univ, Wilberforce, OH)

Jacobs[edit]

(Multiplane Ltd (fdr: Henry William Jacobs), Atchison. KS)

Jacobs[edit]

(Jacobs Aircraft Engine Co, Pottstown. PA 1950: Helicopter Div formed.)

Jacobs[edit]

(Eastman N Jacobs, 148 LaSalle Ave, Hampton, VA)

Jacobsen[edit]

(Arthur Jacobsen, Escanaba, MI)

Jacobsen[edit]

(Joe Jacobsen, St Louis, MO)

Jacquet-Pottier[edit]

(Robert Jacquet et Jean Pottier)

Jaffe[edit]

(Jaffe Aircraft Corp, San Antonio, TX)

Jameson[edit]

(Richard J Jameson, Fullerton, CA)

Jamieson[edit]

(William L Jamieson, Evansville, IN and Richmond, VA)

Jamieson[edit]

(Charles M Jamieson, Wichita, KS 19??: Jamieson Corp (pres: D M Lackey), DeLand, FL)

Jamme[edit]

Janney[edit]

(Janney Aircraft Co)

Jannus Aeroplanes[edit]

((Antony and Rodger) Jannus Aeroplanes, Battery Ave and Hamburg St, Baltimore, MD)

Janowski[edit]

(Jarosław Janowski)

Jancsó-Szegedy[edit]

(Endre Jancsó & József Szegedy - built at MSrE)

Japan Aeroplane Manufacturing Works[edit]

(Nippon Hikoki Seisakusho - Japan Aeroplane Manufacturing Works)

Japanese Special Attackers[edit]

Jarvis[edit]

(Jarvis Mfg Co, Glendale, CA)

Jason (Homebuild Aircraft)[edit]

Javelin[edit]

(Pasadena Aircraft Corp, Pasadena, CA)

Javelin[edit]

(Javelin Aircraft Co, Wichita, KS)

Jayhawk[edit]

(Jayhawk Aircraft Mfg Corp (fdrs: W D Egolf, D W Eaton), 915 E Lincoln, Wichita, KS)

JBS[edit]

((Jack B) Stinson School of Aviation, 229 E Baltimore Ave, Detroit, MI)

Jean[edit]

(Jean Flying Machine Co.)

Jean-Montet[edit]

(Phillipe, Pierre & Jean Montet)

Jean St-Germain[edit]

(Centre du Recherches Jean St-Germain)

Jeannin[edit]

Jeanson-Colliex[edit]

Jeanvoine[edit]

(Roland Jeanvoine)

Jeffair[edit]

(Jeffair, Renton WA.)

Jennings[edit]

(Jennings Machine Works, Uniontown, PA)

Jensen[edit]

(Martin Jensen, San Diego CA. 1928: Jensen Aviation Corp, Lehighton, PA 1929: Jensen Aircraft & Marine Corp, Albany, NY 1930: Beckley College, Harrisburg, PA 1936: Jensen Aircraft Corp, James Island Airport, Charleston, SC c.1949: Jensen Helicopter Co Inc (fdrs: M Jensen & Chandler Hovey), Tonasket, WA)

Jeof[edit]

(Jeof srl., Candiana, Italy)

Jero[edit]

(Pierre de Caters and the Bollekens Brothers)

Jet Pocket[edit]

(Chantelle, Allier, France)

JH[edit]

(JH Aircraft )

Jidey[edit]

Jihlavan[edit]

JLB[edit]

(John L Brown, Momence, IL)

Jingmen Aviation[edit]

(Jingmen, China)

Jodel[edit]

(Edouard Joly et Jean Délémontez)

Johansen[edit]

((Walter E) Johansen Aircraft Co, 4556 W 16 Place, Los Angeles, CA)

Johansen[edit]

Johns[edit]

(American Multiplane Co, Bath, NY / Herbert Johns)

Johns[edit]

(Alvis R "Ray" Johns, Orrstown and Chambersburg, PA)

Johnson[edit]

((Clarence, Harry, Julius, Louis) Johnson Brothers Co, Terre Haute, IN 1908: Johnson Aircraft Building Shop.)

Johnson[edit]

( (E A) Johnson Airplane & Supply Co, Dayton, OH c.1924: Driggs-Johnson Airplane & Supply Co.)

Johnson[edit]

(Clarence M Johnson, Detroit, MI)

Johnson[edit]

(Roy Johnson, Seattle, WA)

Johnson[edit]

(Jesse C Johnson, Milwaukee, WI)

Johnson[edit]

(Richard B Johnson, 826 S Wabash Ave, Chicago, IL)

Johnson[edit]

(Bemus Johnson)

Johnson[edit]

(Buford E Johnson, Portland, OR)

Johnson[edit]

(Carroll L Johnson, Madison, WI)

Johnson[edit]

(Laird Aircraft Co & Harold Johnson, Dayton, OH)

Johnson[edit]

(A C Johnson, Long Beach, CA)

Johnson[edit]

(Robert Johnson, Inglewood, CA)

Johnson[edit]

((Rufus S "Pop") Johnson.)

Johnson[edit]

(Luther Johnson, Greenville, NC)

Johnston[edit]

(Stanley Johnston, Wallacetown, Ontario)

Johnston[edit]

(Richard Johnston, Tucson, AZ)

Johnstown[edit]

(Johnstown Monoplane Co, Johnstown, PA)

Jojo Wings[edit]

(Roudnice nad Labem, Czech Republic)

Joly[edit]

Jona[edit]

(Ing. Alberto Jona Studio Di Consulenza Aeronautica)

Jonas[edit]

(Gerald Jonas, San Francisco, CA)

Jones[edit]

(Harry Martin Jones, Providence, RI and Quincy, MA)

Jones[edit]

(George W. Jones, 924 Camp St, Indianapolis, IN)

Jones[edit]

((Ben) Jones Aircraft Co Inc, Schenectady, NY)

Jones[edit]

(Howell "Nick" Jones, Augusta, GA)

Jones[edit]

(Stanley Jones, 621 Wildwood, Mount Zion, IL)

Joplin[edit]

(Joplin Light Aircraft)

Jora[edit]

(Jora Spol s.r.o.)

Jordan[edit]

(Linwood F Jordan/20th Century Aerial Navigation Co, Portland, ME)

Jordanov[edit]

(Asen Jordanov)

Joslin[edit]

(F A Joslin, Beaufort, SC)

Joubert[edit]

(Jean Joubert)

Jovanovich[edit]

(Helicopter Engr Research Corp (pres: D K Jovanovich), Boulevard Airport, Philadelphia, PA (company principals were formerly with Piasecki Co). 1951: Acquired by McCulloch Motors Co. 1957: Jovair Corporation.)

Joy[edit]

((Ervin & Lyle) Joy Aircraft Co, 6359 N Lombard St, Portland, OR)

JPM[edit]

(Le Mesnil-Esnard, France)

Julian[edit]

(Wombat Gyrocopters, St Columb, Cornwall, United Kingdom)

Junglas[edit]

(Vincent J Junglas, Rensselaer, IN)

Junkers[edit]

(Junkers Flugzeug-Werke A.G.)

Junkers wartime projects[edit]

Junkers-Larsen[edit]

(Junkers-(John M) Larsen Aircraft Corp, NY)

Junkers Profly[edit]

(Kulmbach, Bayern, Germany)

Junkers Profly France[edit]

(Haguenau, France)

Junqua[edit]

(Roger and Jean-Claude Junqua)

Jupiter[edit]

(Kenneth Champion, Gobels, MI)

Jurca[edit]

(Marcel Jurca)

Just[edit]


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