List of aircraft (P - Ph)

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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'P - Ph'.

Contents

P - Ph[edit]

P&M Aviation[edit]

Paalson[edit]

(Paalson Flygplan)

Päätalo[edit]

(Raimo Päätalo)

PAC[edit]

(Pacific Airmotive Corp (Pres: John W Myers), Burbank, CA)

PAC[edit]

(Pacific Aerospace Corporation)

PAC[edit]

Pacaero[edit]

PACE[edit]

(Pacific Aerospace Engineering Corporation)

Pacer[edit]

(Pacer Aircraft Co, Perth Amboy, NJ, 1928: New Pacer Aircraft Corp, Main & Grant, Fords, NJ)

Pacific[edit]

(Pacific Aeronautical Industries, 3135 Broderick St and 1480 Bush St, San Francisco, CA)

Pacific[edit]

(Pacific Airplane & Supply Co, Venice, CA)

Pack[edit]

(Garland Pack, Nashville, TN / Pack & Associates)

Packard-LePere[edit]

(Packard Motor Car Co, Detroit, MI)

Packard[edit]

(Packard Aircraft Co, Enid, OK)

PADC[edit]

(Philippine Aerospace Development Corporation)

PAF[edit]

(Philippines Air Force Research and Development Centre - PAFRDC)

Pagé-Light[edit]

(Victor W Pagé & Oliver Light, Farmingdale, NY)

Pagotto Carpenterie[edit]

(Pagotto Carpenterie srl, Pianzano, Italy)

Paine[edit]

(Sim Paine, Booker, TX)

PAL-V[edit]

(PAL-V International B.V.)

Paladin Industries[edit]

(Pennsauken, NJ)

Pallavicino[edit]

(Cesare Pallavicino)

Palmer[edit]

((Harry A) Palmer Motor Co, Boston, MA)

Palmer[edit]

(Pan-American Corp (Fdr: Joe Palmer), San Antonio, TX)

Palmgren[edit]

(David Palmgren, Wilmington, NC)

Palomino[edit]

(Palomino Aircraft Associates aka San Antonio Ave, San Antonio, TX)

PAM[edit]

(Performance Aviation Manufacturing Group)

Panavia[edit]

(Panavia Aircraft GmbH)

Panchenko[edit]

(A.N. Panchenko)

Pancoast[edit]

(Lewis M. Pancoast)

Pander[edit]

(Pander & Son) / (Nederlandse Fabriek van Vliegtuigen H. Pander & Zonen - Dutch Aircraft Factory H. Pander & Son).

Panha[edit]

Panzl[edit]

(Bruce H & Chris J Panzl, Livonia, MI)

Papin-Rouilly[edit]

(A. Papin and D. Rouilly)

Papoose[edit]

(Rim Kaminskas)

PAR[edit]

(Parks Alumni Racer Consortium, Ferguson, MO)

Paraavis[edit]

(Moscow, Russia)

Paraborne[edit]

(Kissimee, FL)

Paradelta Parma[edit]

(Paradelta Parma S.r.L., Parma, Italy)

Paradise[edit]

(Paradise Indústria Aeronáutica, Feira de Santana, Brazil)

Paramania[edit]

(Paramania LLC, London, United Kingdom)

Paramotor[edit]

(Oyster Bay, NY)

Paramotor Napedy Paralotniowe[edit]

(Warsaw, Poland)

Paramotor Performance[edit]

(Bandhagen, Sweden)

Paramount[edit]

(Paramount Aircraft Corp, Saginaw, MI)

Parapower[edit]

(Pilchowo, Poland)

Parascender[edit]

(Parascender Technologies Inc, Kissimmee, FL)

Parasport.de[edit]

(Schwanewede, Germany)

Paratech[edit]

(Paratech AG, Appenzell, Switzerland)

Paratour[edit]

(Saint-Chrysostome, Quebec, Canada)

Paratrek[edit]

(Auburn, CA)

Parazoom[edit]

(Rheine, Germany)

Parisano[edit]

(Parisano Aerial Navigation Co, 320 West 42 St, New York, NY)

Parker[edit]

(Wilford Parker, Utah Aviation Co (aka Utah Aviation Assn), Grantsville, UT)

Parker[edit]

(William D "Billy" Parker, Ft Collins, CO and San Diecgo, CA)

Parker[edit]

((Fred) Parker Aircraft Co, Perry, IA)

Parker[edit]

((Willard) Parker Aircraft Corp, Cleveland, OH)

Parker[edit]

(Calvin Y "Cal" Parker, Chicago, IL)

Parks[edit]

((Oliver L) Parks Aircraft Div, Parks Air Lines Inc/Parks Air College, East St Louis, IL)

Parks[edit]

(Robert Parks, Greenville, SC)

Parmelee[edit]

(Philip O Parmelee, Matherson, MI)

Parmentier[edit]

Parnall[edit]

Parquet[edit]

(Parquet)

Parrish Aircraft Xperimental[edit]

(Plantation, FL)

Parseval[edit]

(August von Parseval / LFG)

Parso[edit]

(Harry Parso, San Jose, CA)

Parsons-Jocelyn[edit]

(Rodney Jocelyn & Lindsey Parsons, Ambler, PA)

Partenair[edit]

Partenavia[edit]

Partridge-Keller[edit]

((Elmer) Partridge-(Henry S) "Pop" Keller, P&K Flying School, Cicero, IL)

PAS[edit]

(Pennsylvania Aircraft Syndicate Ltd (Pres: E Burke WIlford), Philadelphia, PA)

Paschke[edit]

(Paul & Ted Paschke, Hancock, MN)

Pashinin[edit]

Pasotti[edit]

Pasped[edit]

(Pasped Aircraft Co (founders: Fred Pastorius, Stanley Pederson), Glendale, CA 1941: Acquired by Skylark Mfg Co, Venice, CA)

PAT[edit]

(Piper Advanced Technology Inc (Fdr: Howard "Pug" Piper, son of William T Piper Sr), Wichita, KS)

Patchen[edit]

(Marvin Patchen, Ramona, CA)

Patterson-Francis[edit]

((Charles) Patterson & (Roy N) Francis Aviation Co, San Francisco, CA)

Pattist[edit]

(M.P. Pattist & Laurens Walraven)

Paul[edit]

(W Luther Paul, Davis, NC)

Paul Schmitt[edit]

(Ateliers de Constructions Mécaniques et Aéronautiques Paul Schmitt)

Paulic[edit]

(Rudy & Louis Paulic, Oakland, Burbank and Gardena, CA)

Paulista[edit]

see CAP

Paulson[edit]

(Albert Paulson, Northwood, ND)

Paumier[edit]

(Maurice Paumier)

Paup[edit]

Pause[edit]

(Flugzeugbau Rudolf Pause)

Pawnee[edit]

(McCook, NE)

Paxman's Northern Aircraft[edit]

(Glenwood, Alberta, Canada)

Payen[edit]

(Nicolas Roland Payen)

Payne[edit]

(Vernon W Payne, Chicago, IL, 1938: Payne Aircraft Corp, Joliet and Cicero, IL)

Pazmany[edit]

((Ladislao) Pazmany Aircraft Corporation, San Diego, CA)

PBN[edit]

PC-Aero[edit]

PC-Flight[edit]

PDQ[edit]

(PDQ Aircraft Products)

Peak Aerospace[edit]

(Neubrandenburg, Germany)

Péan[edit]

(Péan de Saint Gilles)

Pearson-Williams[edit]

((C R "Bud") Pearson-(Leland) Williams, Venice, CA)

Peck[edit]

(Paul Peck, College Park, MD)

Peed[edit]

(Garland Peed Jr & Florence Patrica Kelley Peed, Santa Monica, CA)

Peel[edit]

(Peel Glider Boat Corporation, College Point, Queens, NY / Peel-Zelcer)

Peetermans[edit]

(M. Peetermans)

Pegas 2000[edit]

(Pegas 2000 sro, Prague, Czech Republic)

Pegasus[edit]

(Pegasus Aircraft Mfg Co (Anthony A Guarniere & Jack Harris), Maple Heights, OH)

Pegasus[edit]

(Pegasus Aviation)

Pegasus d.o.o.[edit]

(Branik, Slovenia)

Pegasus[edit]

( Pegasus Universal Aerospace)

Pegna[edit]

(Giovanni Pegna)

Peitz[edit]

(Peitz)

Pelegrin Limited[edit]

(Adazi, Latvia)

Pellarini[edit]

(Luigi Pellarini)

Pemberton-Billing[edit]

Peña[edit]

(Louis Peña, Dax, France)

Pénaud[edit]

(Alphonse Pénaud)

Pennec[edit]

(Serge Pennec, Locmaria-Plouzané, France)

Pensacola[edit]

(Pensacola Metal Aircraft Co, Pensacola, FL)

Pensuti[edit]

(Emilio Pensuti)

Pentecost[edit]

(Horace T. Pentecost)

Per Il Volo[edit]

(Citadella, Italy)

Percheron[edit]

(Maurice Percheron)[36]

  • Percheron 18 (no info except a photograph posted in a forum!!!)

Percival[edit]

Percy[edit]

(Graham J. Percy)

Perdrix[edit]

(Perdrix)

Peregrine[edit]

(Peregrine Flight International, Minden, NV)

Pereira[edit]

(George Pereira, Osprey Aircraft, Sacramento, CA)

Peris[edit]

(Jim Peris, Lancaster, PA)

Performance Aircraft[edit]

(Olathe, KS)

Perry[edit]

(Thomas O Perry, Chicago, IL, Chicago Helicopters Ltd, Chicago, IL)

Perry[edit]

(W Parker Perry, R D No. 6, Trenton, NJ)

Perry Beadle[edit]

(Perry, Beadle & Co.)

Personal Flight[edit]

(Chelan, WA)

Pescara[edit]

(Raúl Pateras Pescara)

Pescara-Guidoni[edit]

(Raúl Pateras Pescara / Lt. Allessandro Guidoni)

Peszke[edit]

(Grzegorz Peszke)

Peters[edit]

((Alva A) Peters Aircraft Co, Salinas, CA)

Peterson[edit]

(Peterson's performance Plus / Todd Peterson)

Peterson[edit]

(David G Peterson, Tulsa, OK)

Peterson[edit]

(Pete Peterson, Davenport, IA)

Peterson & Campbell[edit]

(Lloyd H Peterson and Mark M Campbell, Los Angeles, CA)

Petit[edit]

(George Petit, Harvey, IL)

Petitbon[edit]

Petlyakov[edit]

Petróczy-Kármán-Žurovec[edit]

( Major Stephan Petróczy - Oberleutnant Dr. Theodor von Kármán and Ingenieurleutnant Wilhelm Žurovec)

Petrolini Hermanos[edit]

Peyret[edit]

(Ateliers Peyret / Louis Peyret)http://www.lakesgc.co.uk/mainwebpages/Sailplane%20&%20Glider%201930%20-%201955/volume%204%20No.%206%20Mar%2031%201933.pdf

Peyret-Mauboussin[edit]

(Louis Peyret et Pierre Mauboussin)

Peyronnenc[edit]

(Pierre Peyronnenc)

Pfalz[edit]

(Pfalz Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H.)

Pfeifer[edit]

(Joe Pfeifer, St Louis MO. 19??: Burbank CA.)

Pfitzner[edit]

(Alexander Pfitzner)

Phantom[edit]

(Phantom Aeronautics)

  • Phantom X1
  • Phantom X1E
  • Phantom X2
  • Phantom I
  • Phantom I-E
  • Phantom II
  • Phantom Classic

Phantom Knight[edit]

(Phantom Knight Aircraft Co, Oak Park, IL)

Phase 3 Aircraft[edit]

Pheasant[edit]

(Pheasant Aircraft Co, Fond du Lac, WI)

Phenix Aviation[edit]

Philippine Aerospace Development Corporation[edit]

Phillips[edit]

(Lt D B Phillips, San Antonio, TX)

Phillips[edit]

(Robert J Phillips, Nutley, NJ)

Phillips[edit]

(Howard A Phillips, Newark, OH)

Phillips[edit]

((James A) Phillips Aviation Co, South Pasadena and Van Nuys, CA)

Phillips[edit]

(Peter J. C. Phillips)

Phinn[edit]

(Willard J Phinn, Chicago, IL)

Phönix[edit]

(Phönix Flugzeug-Werke AG)

Phoenix Air[edit]

(Phoenix Air (aircraft manufacturer), Czech Republic)

Phoenix Aircraft[edit]

(Munich, Germany)

Phoenix[edit]

(Phoenix Aircraft Ltd., Cranleigh, Surrey, United Kingdom)

Phoenix[edit]

(Phoenix-Flugzeugwerft GmbH / Oesterreichische Phoenix-Flugzeugwerft GmbH)

Phoenix[edit]

(Phoenix Aircraft Corp (Pres: Joseph Klaus), 601 25th St, Milwaukee, WI)

Phoenix[edit]

(Phoenix Dynamo Manufacturing Company)

Phoenix Gleitschirmantriebe[edit]

(Würselen, Germany)

Phoenix Industries[edit]

(Phoenix Industries, Inc, Southampton, NJ)

Phoenix Rotorcraft[edit]

(Fallston, MD and Louisburg, NC)


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