List of aircraft (L)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'L'.

L[edit]

La France[edit]

(Neal La France, Wichita KS. )

La Mouette[edit]

La Porte[edit]

(La Porte Aircraft Co, La Porte IN. )

LAA[edit]

(Laboratorio Artigiano Aeronautico)

Labahan[edit]

LaBiche[edit]

(LaBiche Aerospace)

Labourdette-Halbronn[edit]

LACAB[edit]

(Les Ateliers de Constructions Aeronautiques Belges)

Lacey[edit]

(Joseph L Lacey, Tulsa OK. )

Lachassagne[edit]

(Adolphe Lachassagne)

LACO[edit]

(LACO (fdr: Joe Laven), Desert Hot Springs CA. )

Lacroix[edit]

(Léon Lacroix)

Lacroix-Bourdin[edit]

(Léon Lacroix & Raymond Bourdin)

Lacroix-Nazaris[edit]

(Léon Lacroix & Barret de Nazaris)

Lacroix-Nazaris-Bourdin[edit]

(Léon Lacroix, Barret de Nazaris & Raymond Bourdin)

Lacroix-Trussant[edit]

(Léon Lacroix et Gérard Trussant)

Lada Land[edit]

Ladd[edit]

(Robert Ladd )

Ladougne[edit]

(Emile Ladougne)

Lafay[edit]

(Louis Etienne Lafay)

Lafayette[edit]

(Lafayette Aircraft Works, 230 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles CA. )

Lage[edit]

(Lage (aircraft constructor))

Laird[edit]

(E M Laird Company, 244 South Wichita Street (Wichita) Kansas / E M Laird Airplane Co, 4500 W 83 St (Ashburn Field) Chicago; )

Laird Aircraft Corporation[edit]

(471 W. First St., Wichita, Ks.)

Laird[edit]

(Charles L Laird, Wichita KS. 1930: Aircraft Engineering, Chicago IL. )

Laister[edit]

LAK[edit]

(Lietuviškos aviacinės konstrukcijos)

Lake[edit]

(Dan Lake, Lake City KS. )

Lake[edit]

(Lake Aircraft Corp (pres: Jack Strayer), Sanford ME. )

Lakes[edit]

Lam[edit]

(Larry Lam )

Lambach[edit]

(J.W.H. (Hugo) Lambach) see:DSA

Lambert[edit]

(Lambert Aircraft Engineering BVBA)

Lambert[edit]

(Monocoupe Div, (S L "Casey") Lambert Aircraft Corporation, St Louis MO and Long Island NY. )

Lamco[edit]

(Danex Engineering Kft)

Lammer Geyer Aviation[edit]

Lampich[edit]

(Arpad Lampich)

Lamson[edit]

(Merger of Central Aircraft (crop spraying) & Robert T Lamson Aircraft Co, Yakima WA. )

Lancair[edit]

(Neico Aviation Inc (fdr: Lance A Niebauer), Redmond OR. )

Lancashire Aircraft Company[edit]

Landgraf[edit]

((Fred) Landgraf Helicopter Co, 135 St at Central Ave, Los Angeles CA. )

Landis & Earle[edit]

((George L) Landis & Earle (Blodgett), 4633 Cramer St, Milwaukee WI. )

Landray[edit]

(Etienne-Claude LANDRAY and Gilbert LANDRAY)

Lane Automatous Air-Ship Co Lane[edit]

(Lane Automatous Air-Ship Co, San Francisco CA.)

Lang[edit]

(Frank Lang, Lockport IL. )

Langdon[edit]

(Jesse E Langdon, Bell CA. )

Lange[edit]

Lange-Billard[edit]

Langhurst[edit]

(Louis F Langhurst, Carriere MI. )

Langley[edit]

(Dr Samuel P Langley, Washington DC. )

Langley[edit]

(Langley Aircraft Corp (pres: Caleb S Bragg), Port Washington NY. )

Langlois[edit]

(Jacques Langlois)

Lanier[edit]

(Edward H Lanier and son (Edward M), Miami and Jacksonville FL, Covington KY. 1943: (E M) Lanier Aircraft Corp, Marlton NJ. )

Lanitz Aviation[edit]

(Leipzig, Germany)

Lansing[edit]

(C R Lansing, Warren OH. )

Lansing[edit]

(Orville G Barnum and Lansing (Ed) Ratelle, Portland OR. )

Lantres-Bouffort[edit]

(Gérard Lantres & Bouffort) (see also:Bouffort-Lantres)

Lanzius[edit]

(Lanzius Aircraft Co, New York NY. )

LAPAN[edit]

(Lembaga Penerbangan dan Antariksa Nasional - National Institute of Aeronautics and Space,Indonesia)

Lardin[edit]

(Arthur Lardin, W A McCurdy, E Smith, New Castle DE. )

Lark[edit]

(Lark Aircraft Co (pres: Romer G Weyant), 217 E Lincoln, Wichita KS. )

Larkin[edit]

((W Keith) Larkin Aircraft Corp, Watsonville CA. )

Laron[edit]

(Laron Aviation Tech, Borger, Texas)

Larrieu[edit]

(Jean Larrieu)

Larsen[edit]

(Carl Ludvig Larsen)

Larsen[edit]

(Herman Larsen, Keasbey NJ. )

Larson[edit]

(Merle Larson & Paul Holmes, Larson Aero Development, Concord CA. )

Las Brisas[edit]

(Las Brisas Sales, Ozark, Missouri, United States)

Lasalle[edit]

(LaSalle Aircraft Co (pres: Claude C. Flagg), 111 Maple St, Joliet IL. c. 1928-1933: Ottawa IL.)

Lasco[edit]

Lascurain[edit]

( Ing. Ángel Lascurain)

Laser[edit]

(Laser Aerobatics)

Lasher[edit]

(C W Lasher, Winter Springs FL. )

Lasley[edit]

((John A) Lasley Tool & Machine Co, Beloit MI. )

Latécoère[edit]

(Société Industrielle d'Aviation Latécoère [SIDAL or SILAT] from 1922) (now Groupe Latécoère)

Latham[edit]

(Glen G. Latham)

Latham[edit]

(Société Latham)

Lathrop[edit]

(Lathrop Polytechnical Institute, Kansas City MO. )

Lauér[edit]

Laville[edit]

(André Laville / BNK - Buro Novyikh Konstruktsii)

Lavochkin[edit]

Lavoisier[edit]

(Pierre Lavoisier)

Lavorini[edit]

(Nedo Lavorini)

Lawhorn[edit]

(Jerry L Lawhorn, Anchorage AK. )

Lawrence[edit]

(George Lawrence )

Lawrence[edit]

(Lawrence Institute of Technology, Southfield MI. )

Lawrence-Lewis[edit]

(George R Lawrence, Chicago IL. 1915: Lawrence-(Harry S) Lewis Aeroplane Co, Chicago )

Lawson[edit]

((Alfred William) Lawson Airplane Co, Green Bay and Milwaukee WI. 1925: Lawson Aircraft Co, New York NY. )

Lay Brothers[edit]

(Henry and Jack D Lay, Helena MT. )

Layzell Gyroplanes[edit]

Lazor-Rautenstrauch[edit]

(Jim Blick, Bethany CT. )

Lazarov[edit]

(Zvetan Lazarov / DAR) (Cyrillic:Лазаров)

LCA[edit]

(LCA Srl.)

Leach[edit]

((Ronald) Leach Aero Service, Main & Franklin Sts, Hartford MI. )

Leader[edit]

(Leader Aircraft Co (pres: Karl Bjorkenheim), 4114 East 14th St, Oakland CA. )

LEAF[edit]

(Leading Edge Air Foils, Peyton, Colorado)

Lear[edit]

(1929: (Archie and Claude) Lear Aircraft Corp, Pratt KS. 1954: (William P) Lear Inc, Santa Monica CA. 1959: Established Swiss-Amaerican Aviation Corp, St Gallen, Switzerland. 1962: Lear-Siegler Corp. Jan 1963: Lear Aircraft Co, Wichita KS.)

Learjet[edit]

(Learjet Industries Inc. 1969: Gates Learjet Corp, 6868 S Plumer Ave, Tucson AZ. 1990: Acquired by Bombardier Inc, Canada (q.v.). 1997: Bombardier flight test center moved to Learjet facility, Wichita KS )

Learfan[edit]

(Learfan Ltd.)

Lebed[edit]

Leblanc[edit]

(Albert Leblanc)

Lebouder[edit]

(Robert Lebouder)

Lecoin-Damblanc[edit]

(Louis Lecoin and Louis Damblanc)

Lederlin[edit]

Leduc[edit]

(René Leduc et Fils)

Leduc[edit]

(René Leduc, amateur constructor)

Lee[edit]

(Lee Inman School of Flying, Eugene OR. )

Lee-Richards[edit]

(Cedric Lee and George Tilghman Richards)

Lefebvre[edit]

(Robert Lefebvre)

Legallois[edit]

(Roland Legallois)

Legend Aircraft[edit]

(Performance Aircraft Inc (pres: Jeff Ackland), Olathe KS. 2002: Legend Aircraft Inc. )

Legend Lite[edit]

(Legend Lite Inc, New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada)

Leger[edit]

(Claude Léger)

Leger[edit]

(René Léger)

Leger Aviation[edit]

(Leger Aviation SARL, Archiac, France)

Leglaive[edit]

(Fernand Leglaive)

Léglise[edit]

(see SOSA)

Legrand-Simon[edit]

(Paul Legrand et Michel Simon)

Leighnor[edit]

(William C Leighnor, Hutchinson KS. )

Leins[edit]

(Ballard Leins, Tinsley Park and Auburn IN. )

Leineweber[edit]

(Curtis, William, and Victor H Leineweber, Chicago IL. )

Leka[edit]

(Leka Aeroplane Co (Theodor & Thermistocles M Leka, Naum P Mele), New York NY. )

Lemaire[edit]

(René Lemaire)

Lemberger[edit]

leMire[edit]

(William LeMire )

Lemp[edit]

((First name unrecorded) Lemp, Augusta GA. )

Lenderpergt[edit]

(Patrick Lenderpergt)

Lenert[edit]

(Lenert Aircraft Co, Pentwater MI. c.1940: Lenert Aviation Corp, 1220 Vance St, Toledo OH. )

Leonard[edit]

(George W Leonard, Santa Ana CA. )

Leopoldoff[edit]

Lepicier[edit]

(Evangeliste Lepicier, Brooklyn NY. )

Lerho[edit]

(Lerho Laboratories Inc, Pittsburg PA. )

Leroy[edit]

(G. Leroy)

  • Leroy Motoplaneur - LEROY G., Aéroc-Club de l'Eure, Professeur Technique à l'Ecole Professionelle d'Évreux[52]

Les Mureaux[edit]

see ANF Les Mureaux

Lesher[edit]

(Prof Edgar J Lesher, Univ of Michigan MI. )

Let[edit]

(Letalski Konstrukcijski - Ljubljana)

LET[edit]

(Letecké Zavody, Narodni Podnik)

LET Mraz[edit]

Let-Mont[edit]

(Vikýřovice, Czech Republic)

Leteneur[edit]

(Charles Leteneur)

Letord[edit]

Letord & Niepce[edit]

Letov[edit]

(Vojenska Tovarna na Letadla Letov)

Levasseur[edit]

Levi[edit]

(Renato Levi)

Levy[edit]

(Hydravions Georges Levy)

Levy Besson[edit]

(Georges Levy, Marcel Besson)

Levy-Biche[edit]

(Jean Biche / Constructions Aéronautiques J Levy)

Levy-Lepen[edit]

Lewis[edit]

(Charles H Lewis, Denver CO. )

Lewis & Vought[edit]

(Lewis & Vought Corporation)

Lewis-American[edit]

((Paul) Lewis-American Airways Inc/Gray Goose Airplane Co, Denver CO. )

Leyat[edit]

(Marcel Leyat)

Leyat-Jacquemin[edit]

(Marcel Leyat et André Jacquemin)

LFG[edit]

(Luftfahrzeug Gesellschaft m.b.H. Berlin-Charlottenburg) - (a.k.a. Roland)

LFU[edit]

(Leichtflugtechnik-Union)

LH Aviation[edit]

Liberty[edit]

(Liberty Airship Co (pres: D H Felton), Muskogee OK. )

Liberty[edit]

(Liberty Aircraft Co, Kansas City KS. )

Liberty[edit]

(Liberty Aircraft Sales & Mfg Co, Lambert Field, Robertson MO. )

Liberty[edit]

(O N Lloyd, Mesa AZ; aka Mesa Air Development Assn. )

Liberty[edit]

(Liberty Aerospace, Melbourne FL.)

Liberty Bell[edit]

(1928: Midwest Aircraft Corp, St Cloud MN. 1928: North Star Aircraft Corp (fdr: Willard Hoseas Mohlar). )

LIBIS[edit]

(Letalski Institut Branko Ivanus Slovenija)

Lift Systems[edit]

(Lift Systems Inc. )

Lige[edit]

(Eugene H Lige, Auburn IN. )

Ligeti[edit]

(Ligeti aero-Nautical Pty. Ltd.)

Light[edit]

(Light Aircraft Developers, San Diego CA. )

Light Miniature Aircraft[edit]

(Light Miniature Aircraft, Okeechobee, Florida, United States)

Light Wing[edit]

(Light Wing AG Aircraft, Stans, Switzerland)

Lightning Bug[edit]

(Lightning Bug Aircraft Corp, Sheldon SC. )

Lightsey[edit]

(Mark A Lightsey, aka AeroCraftsman Replicas, Rubidoux CA. )

Lightwing[edit]

(John M. Lee)

Lignel[edit]

(Jean Lignel)(see:SFCA)

Ligreau[edit]

(G. Ligreau)

Likosiak[edit]

(Cazimir Likosiak, 7508 Kenwood Ave, Chicago IL. )

Lilienthal[edit]

Lilienthal Aviation[edit]

(Ukraine)

Likosiak[edit]

((Max T) Lillie School of Aviation, Cicero IL. )

Limbach[edit]

(Gus Limbach)

Linburg[edit]

(Vincent J Linburg, St Louis MO. )

Lincoln-Flagg[edit]

Lincoln-Page[edit]

(1920: Nebraska Aircraft, Lincoln NB. 1923: Lincoln-Standard Aircraft Co. c.1925: Lincoln-(Ray) Page Aircraft Co. 1928: Reorganized as Lincoln Aircraft Co. 1930: Merger of Lincoln and American Eagle operations as (Victor H) Roos Lincoln Aircraft Co, Lincoln. )

Lindsay (aviator)[edit]

Lindsey[edit]

(Ray Lindsey, Portland OR. )

Linke-Hofmann[edit]

Linn[edit]

(Charles C Linn, Lancaster CA. )

Lion[edit]

(Lion Airplane Co, Portland OR. )

Lioré[edit]

(Fernand Lioré)

Lioré et Olivier[edit]

(Fernand Lioré et Henri Olivier)

LIPNUR[edit]

(Lembaga Industri Penerbangan Nurtanio - Nurtanio Aviation Industry Body)

Lippisch[edit]

LISA[edit]

(LISA Airplanes)

Lisch[edit]

(Fred J Lisch, 258 Blackman, Clinton IN. )

Lisunov[edit]

LITECOo[edit]

LiteWing Aircraft[edit]

(Caryville, Tennessee, United States)

Little Wing Autogyros, Inc.[edit]

Littoral[edit]

(Littoral / Abel Triou)

Liuchow[edit]

(Liuchow Mechanical and Aircraft Factory )

Livingston[edit]

(Eugene Livingston, Charlotte NC. )(aka Gene Livingston)

LKOD[edit]

(Liepajas Military Manufacturing) - Latvia

Lloyd[edit]

(Ungarische Lloyd Flugzeug und Motorenfabrik AG) / (Magyar Lloyd Repülőgép és motorgyár Részvény-Társaság)

Note: As with other austro-Hungarian aircraft manufacturers in WWI Lloyd were allocated the 40 series for prototypes and experimental aircraft.

LO[edit]

Load Ranger[edit]

Lobet[edit]

(James Lobet)

Lockheed[edit]

Lockheed Martin[edit]

Lockspeiser[edit]

Lockwood[edit]

Locomotive[edit]

(Locomotive Terminal Improvement Co, Barrington IL )

Loehle[edit]

(Loehle Enterprises, Wartrace TN. Also Loehle Aviation Inc, Loehle Aircraft Corp. )

Loening[edit]

(1913: Grover Loening. 1917: Loening Aeronautical Engineering Co, 31 St at East River, New York NY. 1928: Merged with Keystone Aircraft Corp as Loening Aeronautical Div. 1929: Loening Aeronautical Engineering Co, Garden City NY.)

Lofland[edit]

(W J Lofland Aircraft Co, Detroit, Michigan, United States)

Logistik-Technik[edit]

(Logistik-Technik u.Design GmbH (known as LTD), Baindt, Germany)

Lohner[edit]

(Lohnerwerke GmbH / Jakob Lohner)

Note: The Lohner 10 series is mostly composed of distinct aircraft, with several variants and prototypes of the Pfeilflieger.[101]

Loire[edit]

(Ateliers et Chantiers de la Loire)

Loire-Nieuport[edit]

Lombarda[edit]

(Aeronautica Lombarda S.A.)

Lombardi[edit]

(Francis Lombardi) - (Azionaria Vercellese Industrie Aeronautiche q.v.)

London and Provincial Aviation Company[edit]

Lonek[edit]

(Jaroslav Lonek)

Long[edit]

(Leslie Long, Cornelius and Beaverton OR. )

Long[edit]

(David E Long, Lock Haven PA. )

Long-Ralston[edit]

(Leslie Long & "Swede" Ralston, Cornelius OR. )

Longmire[edit]

(D Lev Longmire, Albuquerque NM. )

Longren[edit]

(1911: (Albin K) Longren. 1920: Longren Aircraft Co, Cessna Airport, Topeka KS. 1924: Filed bankruptcy, sold rights and equipment to Alexander Film Co. 1939: Longren Aircraft Co, Torrance CA. )

Longren[edit]

(Longren Aircraft Co, Torrance CA. )

Lookout Mountain Flight Park[edit]

(Rising Fawn, Georgia, USA)

Looney[edit]

(William E Looney, Detroit MI. )

Loose[edit]

(George H Loose Co, Redwood City CA. )

Loose[edit]

(Chester Loose, Davenport IA. )

LoPresti[edit]

(Curt and Jim LoPresti )[103]

LoPresti[edit]

(LeRoy P LoPresti. LoPresti-Piper Aircraft Engr Co, Vero Beach FL. )

Loral[edit]

Loravia[edit]

Loring[edit]

(Talleres Loring)

Lorraine Hanriot[edit]

Loudenclos[edit]

(Edward Loudenclos, San Francisco CA. )

Loughead[edit]

(Alco (Alco Cab Co, principal investor) Hydroaeroplane Co, San Francisco CA. 1916: (Allan and Malcolm) Loughead Aircraft Mfg Co, Santa Barbara CA. )

Loveland[edit]

(A D Loveland, Milwaukee WI. )

Loving[edit]

(Neal Loving, Wayne University, Detroit MI. )

Lowe[edit]

L.T.G.[edit]

(Luft Torpedo Gesellschaft)

LTV[edit]

(1960: Merger of Ling Electronics and TEMCO as Ling-Temco Electronics Inc. 1961: Merged with Chance Vought Corp as Ling-Temco-Vought Inc. 1965: LTV Aerospace. 1976: Vought Corp. 1986: LTV Aircraft Products Group. 1990: LTV Aerospace and Defense Co. )

Lualdi-Tassotti[edit]

See:Aer Lualdi

Lübeck-Travemünde[edit]

(Flugzeugwerft Lübeck-Travemünde G.m.b.H.)

Lublin (Plage i Laśkiewicz)[edit]

(Zaklady Mechaniczne E.Plage i T. Laśkiewicz - E.Plage & T.Laśkiewicz Engineering Establishment)

Lucas[edit]

(Avions Émile Lucas, Lagny-le-Sec, France)

Ludington[edit]

(1922: Ludington Exhibition Co (fdrs: Charles Townsend Ludington & Wallace Kellett), Pine Valley NJ. 1926: Ludington Philadelphia Flying Service, Philadelphia PA. )

Ludington-Griswold[edit]

((C Townsend) Ludington-(Roger) Griswold Aircraft Co, CT. )

Ludlow[edit]

(Israel Ludlow, Jamestown OH or Norfolk VA. )

Lundgren[edit]

(Earl Lundgren. )

Lundy-Kotula[edit]

(Brian Lundy & Steve Kotula, Salt Lake City/Midwale UT. )

Luscombe[edit]

(Luscombe Airplane Co, Kansas City MO )

Luscombe[edit]

(Luscombe Aircraft (pres: John Daniel), Altus OK )

Lush[edit]

Luton[edit]

(Luton Aircraft)

Luyties[edit]

(Otto Luyties)

LVG[edit]

(Luft-Verkehrs Gesellschaft m.b.H. Johannisthal)

LWD[edit]

(Lotnicze Warsztaty Doświadczalne - experimental aviation workshops)

L-W-F[edit]

(1915: L-W-F Co (Robert G Fowler, Edward Lowe Jr, Charles Willard), Long Island NY, then College Point NY. 1916: Reorganized, after principals had left, by NYC investment company as L-W-F Engineering Co Inc. )

LWS[edit]

(Lubelska Wytwórnia Samolotów - Lublin aircraft factory)


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