List of aircraft (K)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order by manufacturer beginning with K.

Contents

K[edit]

K & S[edit]

(Kate & Stan McLeod)

K & W[edit]

see: EKW

Kaddy[edit]

(Douglas Kaddy, West Groton, CT)

Kadiak[edit]

(Everett E David, Detroit, MI)

Kaess[edit]

(Kaess Aircraft Engr Co, NJ)

Teruo Kago[edit]

(Teruo Kago)[2]

KAI[edit]

(Kazan Aviation Institute)

KAI[edit]

Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd. (commonly referred to as KAI, Korean: 한국항공우주산업, Hanja: 韓國航空宇宙産業)

Kairys[edit]

(Jurgis Kairys)

Kaiser[edit]

(Daniel (or Donald?) Kaiser, Chicago, IL)

Kaiser[edit]

(Daniel Kaiser, Milwaukee, WI) (May be Kiser)

Kaiser-Fleetwings[edit]

Kaiser-Hammond[edit]

(Kaiser-Stearman Aircraft Co, Oakland, CA)

Kalec[edit]

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Kalgoorlie[edit]

Kalinauskas, Rolandas[edit]

(Rolandas Kalinauskas, Prienai, Lithuania)

Kalinin OKB[edit]

Kalkert[edit]

(Albert Kalkert / Ramor Flugzeugbau)

Kam-Craft[edit]

Kaman[edit]

((Charles H) Kaman Aircraft Corp, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT 1953: Bloomfield, CT 1967: Kaman Corp. 1969: Kaman Aerospace division.)

Kamerton-N[edit]

Kaminskas[edit]

(Rim (or Ray) Kaminskas, Chino, CA)

Kamov[edit]

Kansas City[edit]

(Kansas City Aircraft Co (pres: George or Gordon L Bennett), Richards Field, Kansas City, MO)

Kanter-Moissant[edit]

Kapferer[edit]

(Henry Kapferer)

Kappa 77[edit]

Kaproni Bulgarski[edit]

(Caproni Bulgara SA / Samoletna Fabrika Kaproni Bulgarski)

Karhumäki[edit]

(Veljekset Karhumäki O/Y / Karhumäen veljekset)

Kari-Keen[edit]

(Kari-Keen Aircraft Inc (fdrs: Ernest A Arndt, Swen Swanson, W W Wilson, one other unnamed), 509-511 Plymouth St, Sioux City, IA)

Karp[edit]

(Larry Karp, Deer Park, NY)

Kasyaněnko[edit]

(Kasyaněnko / Kievskogo Politiechnicheskogo Instituta - KPI)

Kauffman[edit]

(K K Kauffman, Pittsburgh, PA)

Kaufmann[edit]

(Charles H Kaufmann, 49 Poinier St, Newark, NJ)

Kaufmann[edit]

(Paul Kaufmann)

Kawanishi[edit]

(Kawanishi Kokuki kk - Kawanishi Aircraft Company Ltd.)

Kawasaki[edit]

(Kawasaki Kokuki Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha - Kawasaki Aircraft Engineering Company Limited)

Kay[edit]

(Kay Gyroplanes Ltd.)

Kayaba Industry[edit]

Kazan[edit]

Kazyanenko[edit]

(Yevgeny, Ivan and Andrei Kazyanenko)

KB SAT[edit]

(Sovremyenne Aviatsyonne Tekhnologii - Modern Aircraft Technologies)

KEA[edit]

(Greek: Κρατικό Εργοστάσιο Αεροπλάνων - State Aircraft Factory)

Keane[edit]

((Horace) Keane Aeroplanes, North Beach, Long Island NY. c.1921: Acquired rights to ACE (Aircraft Engr Co, NY). c.1925: Keane Aircraft Corp, Keyport NJ. )

Keen[edit]

(Charles F Keen, Madison, WI)

Keitek[edit]

(Keitek srl, Remanzacco, Italy)

Keleher[edit]

(James Keleher, Fremont, CA)

Keller[edit]

(Henry S "Pop" Keller, Chicago, IL)

Keller[edit]

(Fred Keller, Anchorage, AK)

Kellett[edit]

((W Wallace & Roderick G) Kellett Autogiro Corporation, Philadelphia, PA)

Kellis[edit]

Kellner-Béchereau[edit]

(Avions Kellner-Béchereau)

Kellogg[edit]

(Harold W Kellogg, Ontario, CA)

Kelly[edit]

(John Henry Kelly, El Dorado, AR)

Kelly[edit]

(Dudley R Kelly, Versailles, KY)

Kelly[edit]

(Kevin Kelly )

KFC[edit]

(Kelowna Flightcraft Centre)

Kember[edit]

(Scott Kember, Sacramento, CA)

Kendall[edit]

(George C Distel & Ralph A Kendall, Le Sueur, MN)

Kendall[edit]

(Dr. Ridley Kendall)

Kennedy[edit]

(Kennedy Aeroplanes Limited)

Kensgaila[edit]

(Kensgaila Aircraft Enterprize / Vladas Kensgaila)

Kensinger[edit]

(Ned Kensinger, Fort Worth, TX)

Kentucky[edit]

(Kentucky Aircraft Co, Owensboro, KY)

Kenyon[edit]

(Harold & Kenneth Kenyon, Warren, OH)

Kerestesi[edit]

(Charles A Kerestesi, Elgin, IL)

Kerrison[edit]

(Dr Davenport Kerrison, Jacksonville, FL)

Kersey-Hudgins-Kennedy[edit]

(C C Kersey, James Hudgins, Virgil Kennedy, Ft Worth, TX)

Kestrel[edit]

(Kestrel Aircraft Co (fdr: Donald L Stroud), Norman, OK)

Kestrel Aircraft Company[edit]

Ketner[edit]

(Ketner Air Coach Co )

Keystone[edit]

See also: Huff-Daland

KhAI[edit]

(Kharkovskii Aviatsionny Institut - Kharkov Aviation Institute, a.k.a. Kharkivskii Aviatsionny Institut - Kharkiv Aviation Institute)

KkAZ[edit]

(KkAZ - Kharkov Aviatsionny Zavod - Kharkov State Aviation Plant)

Khioni[edit]

(Vassili Nikolayevich Khioni)

KHP[edit]

(Kazan Helicopters Plant, Kazan, Tatarstan)

Kidd[edit]

(T L Kidd, San Antonio, TX)

Kieger[edit]

(André Kieger)

Kiel[edit]

(Flugzeugbau Kiel G.m.b.H.)

Killingsworth[edit]

(Richard Killingsworth, Ft Walton Beach, FL)

Kimball[edit]

(Kevin Kimball)

Kimball[edit]

((Wilbur R) Kimball Aircraft Corp, Naugatuck, CT)

Kimbell[edit]

(Gene Kimbell, Dimmitt, TX)

Kimberley[edit]

(Gareth J. Kimberley)

Kimbrel[edit]

(Michael J. Kimbrel)

Kimfly[edit]

(Kimfly D.O.O., Vodice, Slovenia)

Kinetic[edit]

(Kinetic Aviation)

King's[edit]

(King's Engineering Fellowship and Angel Aircraft Corp, Orange City IA. )

Kingsford-Smith[edit]

(Kingsford Smith Aviation Services Pty. Ltd.)

Kinman[edit]

(Duane Kinman, Rubidoux, CA)

Kinner[edit]

(Kinner Airplane & Motor Corporation)

Kinney[edit]

(Cleveland, OH)

Kippers[edit]

(Harold M Kippers, Mukwonago, WI)

Kirk[edit]

(Joe Kirk )

Kirkham[edit]

(Kirkham Aeroplane & Motor Co, Bath, NY)

Kirkham-Williams[edit]

((Charles B) Kirkham and (Alford) Williams, Long Island, NY)

Kirsten[edit]

(Prof Frederick K Kirsten, University of WA)

Kitchen-Lee-Richards[edit]

see:Lee-Richards

Kistler[edit]

(James Kistler )

Kjeller[edit]

(Kjeller Flyvemaskinsfabrik)

Kjolseth[edit]

(Lt. Col. Paul Kjolseth RNoAF)

Klampher[edit]

(G F Klampher, Wichita, KS)

Klassen[edit]

(San Francisco, CA)

Klein[edit]

(Štefan Klein)

Klemm[edit]

(Leichtflugzeugbau Klemm GmbH)

Kline[edit]

(Warren Kline, Miami, FL)

Klinedorf[edit]

(Karl D Klinedorf, Gary, IN)

Knabenshue[edit]

(Roy Knabenshue, Los Angeles, CA)

Knapp[edit]

(Frank Knapp, Palmer, AK)

Knepper[edit]

((Paul H) Knepper Aircraft, Lehighton, PA)

Knight Twister[edit]

(Vernon W Payne, Cicero, IL)

Knoll[edit]

((Felix W A) Knoll Aircraft Company, 471 W 1st St, Wichita, KS)

Knoll[edit]

(Richard Knoll, Ogallala, NE)

Knoll-Brayton[edit]

((Felix W A) Knoll-(---) Brayton Aeronautical Corp, Norwich, CT)

Knoller[edit]

(Professor R. Knoller)

Knöpfli[edit]

(Leo Knöpfli)

Knowles[edit]

(Gp. Capt. A.S. Knowles)

Knowlton (aircraft constructor)[edit]

Knowlton[edit]

(Donald Knowlton)

Knox[edit]

(E J Knox, Portland, O.)

Kobe Steel[edit]

Kochyerigin[edit]

Kocjan[edit]

(Antoni Kocjan)

KOD[edit]

(Kara Ostas Darbnica - Latvia)

Koechlin & Pischoff[edit]

Koehl[edit]

(Dr. Hermann Koehl and Ernst Von Loessl)

Koehler[edit]

(Harold Koehler, Akron, OH)

Koenig[edit]

(? Koenig)

Kohl[edit]

(Stefan Kohl, Kattenes, Germany)

Koivu and Toomey[edit]

(Fitchburg, MA)Koivu and Toomey

Kokkola[edit]

(Kalevi & Seppo Kokkola)

Kokusai[edit]

Kolb[edit]

((Homer) Kolb Co Inc, Phoenixville, PA)

New Kolb Aircraft[edit]

Kolitilin-Nikitin[edit]

(Ben Kolitilin and Misha Nikitin)

KOMTA[edit]

(Kommissii po Tyazheloi Aviatsii - Commission for Heavy Aviation)

Kompol[edit]

(Kompol SC, Swiercze, Poland)

Kondor[edit]

(Kondor Flugzeugwerke G.m.b.H.)

Konner[edit]

(Konner Srl)

Konstruktionskontor Nord[edit]

(Konstruktionskontor Nord - Flugzeugbau Nord)

Koolhoven[edit]

(Sytse Frederick Willem Koolhoven; see also Armstrong-Whitworth and B.A.T.)

(manufactured at Maatschappij voor Luchtvaart 1911)

(Manufactured at Nationale Vliegtuig Industrie - NVI 1922-1926)

(manufactured at N.V. Koolhoven Vliegtuigen 1926-1940)

Korchagin[edit]

Korean Air[edit]

Korolyev OKB[edit]

(Sergey P. Korolyov)

Korsa[edit]

(Flugzeugbau Korsa - Hugo G. Schmid)

Kortenbach & Rauh[edit]

Korvin[edit]

(VL Korvin)

Koslowski[edit]

(Charles D Kozlowski, Raritan. NJ)

Kostin-Siekerin-Taciturnov[edit]

(L. Kostin, L. Siekerin & V. Taciturnov)

Kotliński [edit]

(Jerzy Kotliński)

Koun[edit]

(Young Ho Koun, Roosevelt Field, NY)

Kovaks[edit]

(Joseph Kovaks)

Kowalke[edit]

(Levern P Kowalke, Wall Lake, IA)

Kozlov[edit]

(Sergei G. Kozlov)

Kozłowski[edit]

(Władysław Kozłowski)

Kraft[edit]

(Phil Kraft)

KEA[edit]

(KEA: Kratiko Ergostasio Aeroplanon - State Aircraft Factory)

Kraemer[edit]

(L A Kraemer, Rapid City, SD)

Kraft[edit]

(Phil Kraft, Oceanside, CA)

Kramme & Zeuthen[edit]

(see:-Skandinavisk Aero Industri)

Krapish[edit]

((Alexander Peter) Krapish Aircraft Co, Kearny, NJ & Squantum, MA)

Krasniye Kryl'ya[edit]

(Taganrog, Russia)

Krauss[edit]

Kreider-Reisner[edit]

((Ammon "Amos" H) Kreider-(Lewis E) Reisner Flying Service. 1927: Kreider-Reisner Aircraft Co, Hagerstown, MD 1929: Acquired by Fairchild Aircraft Corp.)

Kreit-Lambrickx[edit]

( André Kreit & Lambrickx)

Kremp Yu[edit]

Kress[edit]

Kreutzer[edit]

(Joseph Kreutzer Corp, 1801 S Hope St, Los Angeles, CA)

Krenzer[edit]

(Frank Krenzer, Holcomb, NY)

Krier-Kraft[edit]

(Harold Krier, Wichita, KS)

Aksel Kristiansen[edit]

(Aksel Kristiansen)

Kronfeld[edit]

(Robert Kronfeld)

Krüger[edit]

(Eric Krüger - or Krueger)

Krumsiek[edit]

(Wilhelm Krumsiek)

Kubicek Aircraft[edit]

(Kubicek Aircraft spol s.r.o., Brno, Czech Republic)

Kucher[edit]

(Kucher Airplane Corp, 2206 Valentine Ave, Bronx, NY)

Kuhelj[edit]

(Dr. ing. Anton Kuhelj)

Kuhnert[edit]

(Sam W Kuhnert, Camp Hill, PA)

Kuhlia[edit]

(Mikka Kuhlia)

Kurzenberger[edit]

(Richard Kurzenberger, Horsehead, NY)

Kutnar[edit]

(Virgil Kutnar, San Francisco, CA)

KWD[edit]

(Kaiserlicht Werft (Danzig))

KWK[edit]

(Kaiserlicht Werft (Kiel))

KWW[edit]

(Kaiserlicht Werft (Wilhelmshaven))

Kyushu / Watanabe[edit]

(Kyushu Hikoki K.K.) (some products were manufactured under the Watanabe name)


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