List of aircraft (V)

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

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V[edit]

V-STOL[edit]

(V-STOL Aircraft Fort Meyers, Florida, United States)

V-TOL Aerospace[edit]

Vagel-Grip[edit]

(Vagel-Grip Flugzeugbau, Johannistal)

Vajic[edit]

(Borislav Vajic)

Vakhmistrov[edit]

(Vladimir Vakhmistrov, Soviet Union)

Valentin[edit]

(Valentin Flugzeugbau GmbH, Hasfurt, Germany)

Valladeau[edit]

Valley Engineering[edit]

(Valley Engr (Gene & Larry Smith), Rolla, Missouri, United States)

Valmet[edit]

(Valmet OY Lentokonetehdas - Valmet Aircraft Factory, Finland)

Valunas[edit]

(Y.Valunas, Prenai, Lithuania)

VAMP[edit]

(VAMP (Van Dersarl Motor Products) Aircraft Co, Denver, Colorado, United States)

Van Anden[edit]

(Frank Van Anden, Islip, New York, United States)

Van Berkel[edit]

(Van Berkel's Patent Company Ltd)

Van Camp-Murray[edit]

(Vernon Van Camp and Durard Murray, Kingman, Kansas, United States)

Van Cleave[edit]

(William Van Cleave, Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States)

Van Dine[edit]

(Peter D Van Dine, Merganser Aircraft Corp, Annapolis, Maryland, United States)

Van Duzer[edit]

(Frank Van Duzer, Waukegan, Illinois, United States)

Van Lith[edit]

(Jean Van Lith)

van Meel[edit]

(Marinus van Meel)

Van Pomer[edit]

(John Van Pomer, Fort Edward, New York, United States)

Van Valkenberg[edit]

(Eber H Van Valkenberg Aircraft Co, McKeesport, Pennsylvania and Toledo, Ohio, United States)

Van's[edit]

(Van's Aircraft Inc, North Plains, Oregon, United States)

Vancil[edit]

(Belton, South Carolina, United States)

VanDellen[edit]

(Lubert VanDellen, Pella, Indiana or Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States)

Vance[edit]

(Vance Aircraft Inc, Fresno and Oakland, California, United States)

Vancil[edit]

(A. Vancil)

Vanderford[edit]

(William Vanderford, Gladbrook, Iowa, United States)

VanGrunsven[edit]

(Richard VanGrunsven)

Vanguard[edit]

(Vanguard Air and Marine Corp (pres: Edward Vanderlip), Radnor, Pennsylvania, United States)

Melvin Vaniman[edit]

(Melvin Vaniman)

Vantuil[edit]

(Ibbs "Dutch" Vantuil)

Varga[edit]

(László Varga / Repülő Muszaki Intézet (RMI)) Data from:[7]

Varga[edit]

((George) Varga, Chandler, Arizona, United States)

Varney[edit]

(Walter T Varney Aeroplanes, 832 Post St, San Francisco, California, United States)

VEB[edit]

(VEB Flugzeugwerke, Dresden, East Germany)

Vecihi Hürkuş[edit]

VEF[edit]

(Valsts Elektrotehniskā Fabrika - State Electrotechnical Factory)

Vega[edit]

(Walter T Varney Aeroplanes / Vega Aircraft Co. Burbank, California, United States)

Vejraska[edit]

(Victor Vejraska, Friend, Nebraska, United States)

Velie[edit]

(Velie Motor Co.)

Velocity[edit]

(Velocity Inc, Sebastian, Florida and Lincoln, California, United States)

Vendôme[edit]

(Raoul Vendôme)

Venga[edit]

(Venga Aircraft Inc.)

Ventura[edit]

(La Frette, Isère, France)

Venture[edit]

Verdaguer[edit]

Verhees Engineering[edit]

(Lommel, Belgium)

Verilite[edit]

(Verilite Aircraft Co, div of De Vore Aviation (pres: Gil De Vore), Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States)

Verrue[edit]

(Maurice Verrue)

Vertak[edit]

(Vertak Corp, Troy, Ohio, United States)

Vertical[edit]

(Vertical Aviation Technologies Inc (pres: Brad Clark), Sanford, Florida, United States/ Vertical Aviation Technology / VAT)

Verticraft[edit]

Vertol[edit]

(Vertol Aircraft Corporation after name change from Piasecki Helicopter Corporation in 1955; United States)

Vervillle[edit]

( (Alfred V) Verville Aircraft Co, Green & Melville Aves, Detroit, Michigan, United States)

Vervoost Leichtflugzeuge[edit]

(Sinzig, Germany)

VFTHB[edit]

(Versuchsflugzeugbau Technische Hochschule Breslau)

VFW-Fokker[edit]

(Germany/Netherlands)

Viberti[edit]

(Ali Verberti SpA)

Vickers/Vickers-Armstrong[edit]

(United Kingdom) (See Also Supermarine)

Vickers[edit]

(Vickers Aircraft Company)

Victa[edit]

(Victa Limited, Australia)

Victor[edit]

(Victor Metal Aircraft Co, Camden, New Jersey, United States)

Victory[edit]

(Victory Aircraft Engr Co (pres: Forrest W Hicks), Victory Airport, North Hollywood, California)

Viel[edit]

(Maurice Viel)

Vidal[edit]

(Jerry Vidal)

Vidervol-Szaraz[edit]

(James Vidervol & Arpad Szaraz, Cleveland, Ohio, United States)

Vidor[edit]

(Giuseppe Vidor, Italy)

Vieweg[edit]

(Otto C Vieweg, Seattle, Washington, United States)

VIH[edit]

(Vliegtuig Industrie Holland, Netherlands)

Viking Aircraft Inc[edit]

(Panama City Beach, Florida, United States)

Viking Aircraft LLC[edit]

(Viking Aircraft LLC, Elkhorn, Wisconsin)

Viking[edit]

(Viking Flying Boat Co, 89 Shelton Ave, New Haven, Connecticut, United States)

Villasana[edit]

(TNCA / Juan Guillermo Villasana)

Villamil[edit]

(Federico Cantero Villamil)

Villars[edit]

(Maurice Villars)

Villiers[edit]

(Ateliers d'Aviation François Villiers, Meudon)

Villish[edit]

Vincent[edit]

(Guy O Vincent, Centerburg and Zanesville, Ohio, United States)

Vine[edit]

(S.W. Vine, Krugersdorp, Traansval)

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Vintage Ultralight[edit]

(Vintage Ultralight and Lightplane Association, Marietta, Georgia, United States)

Vintras-Bouillier[edit]

(Jean Pierre Vintras et Lucien Bouillier)

Viper[edit]

(Viper Aircraft Corporation, Pasco, Washington, United States)

ViS[edit]

(Vyacheslav i Svetlana Shkurenko)

VisionAire Corp[edit]

(VisionAire Corp, Chesterfield, Missouri, United States

VL[edit]

(Valtion Lentokonetehdas)

Vlaicu 1909-1914[edit]

(Aurel Vlaicu)

Vogt[edit]

(Designer: Alfred Voght)

Vogt-Stockhausen[edit]

(Karl Vogt and Johann Stockhausen)

Voisin[edit]

(Société Anonyme des Aéroplanes G. Voisin,France)

Vol Xerpa[edit]

(Barcelona, Spain)

Volaire[edit]

(Volaircraft Inc (fdr: Jack Gilberti), Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, United States)

Volante[edit]

(Volante Aircraft Co (fdr: K P Rice), Santa Ana, California, United States)

Voliamo[edit]

Volland[edit]

Volmer Jensen[edit]

(Volmer Jensen, Burbank, California, United States)

Volpar[edit]

(Volpar Inc (Volitan & Paragon Corps), Van Nuys, California, United States)

Volta Volare[edit]

von Cosel[edit]

(Carl T von Cosel, Key West, Florida, United States)

von Hagen[edit]

(Alex von Hagen, Seattle, Washington, United States)

Von Hoffman[edit]

(Von Hoffman Aircraft Co, St Louis, Missouri, United States)

Vortech[edit]

Vortex[edit]

(Vortex Aircraft Co, San Diego, California, United States)

Vos[edit]

(Marquand Vos / Helicopter Manufacturing Company)

Votaw[edit]

(Vortex Aircraft Co, San Diego, California, United States)

Vought[edit]

(De Witt C Vought )

Vought[edit]

(Vought (Chance Vought), Lewis & Vought, Vought-Sikorsky, Vought Corporation, United States)

VPM[edit]

(VPM Snc - Vittorio Magni)

VSR[edit]

(VanMeter Smith Racing, Wichita, Kansas, United States)

VTOL Aircraft[edit]

Vuia[edit]

(Trajan Vuia)

Vulcanair[edit]

(Italy)

Vultee[edit]

((Gerard Freebairn) Vultee Aircraft Div, Aviation Mfg Corp-AVCO, Downey, California, United States)

VUT[edit]


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