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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'Li' through 'Lz'.

Contents

Li–Lz[edit]

Liaoning Ruixiang[edit]

(Liaoning Ruixiang General Aviation Manufacture Company Limited, Shenyang, China)

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, FL)

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, NE, 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, NE)

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 Aeronautics)

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 )

Livesey[edit]

(David Livesey)

Livingston[edit]

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

LKL[edit]

(Lubelski Klub Lotniczy (Lublian Avition Club))

LKOD[edit]

(Liepajas Military Manufacturing) - Latvia

Lloyd[edit]

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

Company designations[edit]

Military designations[edit]

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

Flars series numbers[edit]

LO[edit]

Load Ranger[edit]

Lobet de Rouvray[edit]

(Lobet de Rouvray Aviation Pty. Ltd. / James Lobet & William Lobet)

Lockheed[edit]

(Lockheed Corporation)

Lockheed Martin[edit]

Lockspeiser[edit]

(Lockspeiser Aircraft Ltd. / David Lockspeiser)

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, MI)

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.[32]

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[edit]

(London and Provincial Aviation Company)

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)

Longfellow[edit]

(Longfellow Monoplane Company, Allston, Boston, MA)

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, GA)

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 )[35]

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 New York City investment company as L-W-F Engineering Co Inc.)

LWS[edit]

(Lubelska Wytwórnia Samolotów - Lublin aircraft factory)


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