List of aircraft engines

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ABC Dragonfly at the London Science Museum

This is an alphabetical list of aircraft engines by manufacturer.

0–9[edit]

2si[edit]

3W[edit]

3WSource: RMV[1]

A[edit]

Abadal (Francisco Serramalera Abadal)[edit]

[1]

ABC[edit]

Source: Lumsden.[3]

ABECO[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aberg[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

ABLE[edit]

Source: RMV, Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co.[6] (Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co., Altimizer, Hoverhawk (US))

Accurate Automation Corp[edit]

Ace[edit]

(Ace American Engr Corp, Horace Keane Aeroplane Co, North Beach, Long Island NY.)

ACE[edit]

(American Cirrus Engine Inc) Source: RMV[1][7]

ACT[edit]

(Aircraft Cylinder and Turbine Co) Source: RMV[1]

Adams[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Adams-Dorman[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Adams-Farwell[edit]

The Adams Company, Dubuque, Iowa / F.O. Farwell, engines for gyrocopters[1]

ADC[edit]

ADC (from "Aircraft Disposal Company")[3] bought 35,000 war-surplus engines in 1920. Initially produced engines from Renault 70 hp spares.

Adept-Airmotive[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Ader[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Adler[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Adorjan & Dedics[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Advance Engines[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Advanced Engine Design[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

AEADC[edit]

(Aircraft Engine & Accessory Development Corporation) Source: RMV[1]

AEC[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aeolus Flugmotor[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerien CC[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aermacchi[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aero & Marine[edit]

Aero Adventure[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

AeroConversions[edit]

Aero Development[edit]

Source: RMV[1] (See SPEER)

Aero Engines Ltd.[edit]

(formerly William Douglas (Bristol) Ltd.)

Aero Motion[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Motors[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Pixie[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Prag[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Products[edit]

(Aero Products Aeronautical Products Corp, Naugatuck CT.) Source: RMV[1]

Aero Sled[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Sport International[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

AeroTwin Motors Corporation[edit]

Aerojet[edit]

Aerojet produced rocket engines for missiles. It merged with Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

Aeromarine Company[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aeromarine[edit]

Aeromax[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aeromotion[edit]

See: AMI

Aeromotor[edit]

(Detroit Aeromotor. Const. Co) Source: RMV[1]

Aeronamic[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aeronautical Engineering Co.[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aeronca[edit]

Aeroplane Motors Company[edit]

(Aeroplane Motors) Source: RMV[1]

Aeroprotech[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerosila[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerosport[edit]

Aerostar[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech engines[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech-PL[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotechnik[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotek[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

AES[edit]

(See Rev-Air)[1]

Affordable Turbine Power[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

AFR[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Agilis[edit]

(Agilis Engines) Sources: RMV[1][12][13]

Agusta[edit]

Ahrbecker Son and Hankers[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

AIC[edit]

(Aviation Ind. China. See Catic and Carec)[1]

Aichi[edit]

A preserved Aichi Atsuta

Source:Gunston 1989[14] except where noted.

AICTA[edit]

(AICTA Design Work, Prague, Czech Republic)

Aile Volante[edit]

Air Repair Incorporated[edit]

Source: RMV[1] (Jacobs License)

(Jacobs-Page License)

Air Ryder[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Air Technical Arsenal[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Air-Craft Engine Corp[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aircat[edit]

(Detroit Aircraft Eng. Corp.) Source: RMV[1]

Aircooled Motors[edit]

See: Franklin

Aircraft Engine Co[edit]

(Aircraft Engine Co Inc, Oakland, CA)

Aircraft & Ind. Motor Corp[edit]

(See Schubert)

AiResearch[edit]

See: Garrett, Allied Signal and Honeywell

Airex[edit]

Airmotive-Perito[edit]

See: Adept-Airmotive

Airship Aircraft Engine Company[edit]

Airtrike[edit]

(AirTrike GmbH i.L., Berlin, Germany)

AISA[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Aixro[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Ajax[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

Akkerman[edit]

Akron[edit]

Albatross[edit]

(Albatross Co Detroit)

Aldasoro[edit]

Alexander[edit]

Alfa Romeo[edit]

Societa per Azioni Alfa Romeo[17]

Alfaro[edit]

Allen[edit]

Alliance[edit]

(Aubrey W. Hess/Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

Allied[edit]

AlliedSignal[edit]

Allis-Chalmers[edit]

Source: Gunston[14]

Allison[edit]

Almen[edit]

Alvaston[edit]

Alvis[edit]

American Cirrus Engine[edit]

See: ACE

American Engineering Corporation[edit]

Source: RMV[1]

American Helicopter[edit]

American Motor & Aviation Co[edit]

AMCEL[edit]

(AMCEL Propulsion Company)

AMI[edit]

(AeroMotion Inc.)

AMT[edit]

(Aviation Microjet Technology)

A.M.U.A.L[edit]

(Établissement A.M.U.A.L)

Angle[edit]

Ansaldo[edit]

Antoinette[edit]

Source:Gunston[14][18]

Anzani[edit]

For British Anzani products see: British Anzani

Source:[14][18][29]

Anzani 6

Air-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani V-2[30]
  • Anzani 3-cylinder fan engines
    • Anzani 14hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)[30]
    • Anzani 15hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 24.5hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 31.6hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 42.3hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 10-12hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)
    • Anzani 12-15hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)
    • Anzani 25-30hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 30-35hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 40-45hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)
    • Anzani 45-50hp[30]
  • Anzani 30hp 3-cyl radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[30]
  • Anzani 45hp 5-cyl radial[30]
  • Anzani 60hp 5-cyl radial
  • Anzani 6-cylinder
    • Anzani 40-45hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 50-60hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 70hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)
    • Anzani 80hp radial 115 mm × 140 mm (4.5 in × 5.5 in)[31]
  • Anzani 95hp 7-cyl radial
  • Anzani 10-cylinder
    • Anzani 60-70hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 100-110hp radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[30]
    • Anzani 95-100hp radial 105 mm × 145 mm (4.1 in × 5.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 125hp radial 115 mm × 150 mm (4.5 in × 5.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 125hp radial 115 mm × 155 mm (4.5 in × 6.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 200hp radial[30]
  • Anzani 100hp 14-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[30]
  • Anzani 150-160hp 14-cyl radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[31]
  • Anzani 20 200hp 20-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[32]

Water-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani 30-32hp V-4 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[30]
  • Anzani 56-70hp V-4 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[30]
  • Anzani 600-700hp 20-cyl radial 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[30] In-line radial 10 banks of 2 cylinders[33][34]
  • Anzani W-6[30]
  • Anzani 6A3 (6-cyl radial 60 hp)

ARDEM[edit]

(Avions Roger Druine Engines M)

Ares[edit]

(Ares ltd., Finland)

Argus Motoren[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Argylls[edit]

Armstrong Siddeley[edit]

Armstrong Siddeley was formed by purchase of Siddeley-Deasy in 1919.

Armstrong Siddeley Tiger at the London Science Museum

Armstrong Whitworth[edit]

Arrow SNC[edit]

Arsenal[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Asahina[edit]

Ashmusen[edit]

(Ashmusen Manufacturing Company)

Aspin[edit]

(F.M. Aspin & Company)

Aster[edit]

Astrodyne[edit]

(Astrodyne Inc.)

ATAR[edit]

( Atelier Technique Aéronautique de Rickenbach - pre SNECMA take-over)

Atwood[edit]

(Atwood Aeronautic Company, Williamsport, PA / Harry N. Atwood)

Aubier & Dunne[edit]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

Austin[edit]

Austro-Daimler[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Austro Engine[edit]

Auto Diesels[edit]

Ava[edit]

(L'Agence General des Moteurs Ava)

Avco Lycoming[edit]

See:Lycoming

Avia[edit]

Avia Wytwórnia Maszyn Precyzjnych Avia Akciova Spolecnost pro Prumysel Letecky Avia Narodny Podnik

Aviadvigatel[edit]

Aviatik[edit]

Argus engines sold in France under the brand name 'Aviatik' by Automobil und Aviatik AG [47]

A.V. Roe[edit]

Avro[edit]

Avro Canada[edit]

Axelson[edit]

Axial Vector Engine Corporation[edit]

Aztatl[edit]

B[edit]

Bailey[edit]

Bailey Aviation[edit]

Baradat–Esteve[edit]

(Claudio Baradat Guillé & Carlos Esteve)

Basse und Selve[edit]

Bates[edit]

Data from:[18]

Bayerische[edit]

(Bayerische Motoren Gesellschaft)

Beardmore[edit]

Source: Lumsden[3]

Beardmore 120 hp on display at the London Science Museum

Béarn[edit]

Construction Mécanique du Béarn/Société de Construction et d'Exploitation de Matériels et de Moteurs

Beatty[edit]

Beck[edit]

Beecher[edit]

(B.L. Beecher Company, New Haven, Connecticut)

Bell Aerosystems Company[edit]

Bentley[edit]

W. O. Bentley

Benz[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Berliner[edit]

Bertin[edit]

Besler[edit]

See: Doble-Besler

Beaussier[edit]

(Moteurs Beaussier)

Bessonov[edit]

(A. A. Bessonov)

Better Half[edit]

Beardmore Halford Pullinger (B.H.P.)[edit]

  • Atlantic
  • 230 hp - built by Galloway and Siddeley-Deasy developed into Siddeley Puma

Binetti[edit]

Blackburn[edit]

Includes engines of Cirrus Engine Division of Blackburn Source: Lumsden[3]

Blackburne[edit]

Bliss[edit]

(E.W. Bliss Company)

Bloch[edit]

BMW[edit]

Source: Gunston[14] except where noted

BMW 801

Boeing[edit]

Source:Pelletier[57] except where noted

Boitel[edit]

Boland[edit]

Bonner[edit]

(Aero Bonner Ltd.)

Borzecki[edit]

(Jozef Borzecki)

Botali[edit]

Bramo[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Brandner[edit]

Breda[edit]

Breguet-Bugatti[edit]

Breitfeld & Danek[edit]

Breese[edit]

Breuer[edit]

(Breuer Werke G.m.b.H.)

Brewer[edit]

(Captain R.W.A. Brewer)

Briggs & Stratton[edit]

Bristol Engine Company (Bristol)[edit]

Division of Bristol Aeroplane Company formed when Cosmos Engineering was taken over in 1920. Became Bristol Aero Engines in 1956. Merged with Armstrong Siddeley in 1958 to form Bristol Siddeley. Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Ramjets[edit]

Bristol Siddeley[edit]

Bristol Siddeley was formed by Bristol taking over Armstrong Siddeley , rebranding several of the engines. It took over de Havilland engines and, in turn, became a division of Rolls-Royce Limited.

British Anzani[edit]

For French Anzani engines see: Anzani

British Salmson[edit]

British Rotary[edit]

Brooke[edit]

(Brooke, Chicago)

Brott[edit]

(A. Brott, Denver, Colorado)

Brouhot[edit]

Brownback[edit]

(Brownback Motor Laboratories Inc.)

Bucherer[edit]

Buchet[edit]

Bücker[edit]

Budworth[edit]

(David Budworth Limited)

Bugatti[edit]

King Bugatti U-16

Burgess-White[edit]

(W. Starling Burgess, Rollin H. White / Burgess Company of Marblehead, MA and White Company of Cleveland, OH)

Burlat[edit]

Share of the Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat, issued 1. November 1911

(Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat)

Burnelli[edit]

Burt[edit]

(Peter Burt)

C[edit]

CAC[edit]

CAE[edit]

See:Teledyne CAE

Caffort[edit]

(Anciens Etablissements Caffort Frères)

Cal-Aero[edit]

( Cal-aero Institute, California)

Call[edit]

(Henry L. Call)

CAM[edit]

(Canadian Airmotive Inc.)

Canton-Unné[edit]

Cameron[edit]

(Cameron Aero Engine Division / Everett S. Cameron)

Campini[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

CANSA[edit]

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili TorinoCostruzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi S.A.)

Carden Aero Engines[edit]

Source:Ord-Hume.[67]

CAREC[edit]

(China National Aero-Engine Corporation)

Casanova[edit]

(Ramon Casanova)

Cato[edit]

Caunter[edit]

Centrum[edit]

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka[edit]

Data from:[18]

CFM International[edit]

Chaise[edit]

(Societe Anonyme Omnium Metallurgique et Industriel / Etablissements Chaise et Cie)[68]

Chamoy[edit]

(M. Fernand Chamoy)

Chamberlin[edit]

Changzhou[edit]

(Changzhou Lan Xiang Machinery Works)

Charomskiy[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Chelomey[edit]

Chenu[edit]

Chengdu[edit]

Chevrolair[edit]

(The Arthur Chevrolet Aviation Motors Corporation)

Chevrolet[edit]

Chinese aero-engines[edit]

Chotia[edit]

Christoffersen[edit]

(Christoffersen Aircraft Company)

Chrysler[edit]

Church[edit]

(Jim Church)

Cicaré[edit]

Cirrus[edit]

Cisco Motors[edit]

Citroën[edit]

Clapp's Cars[edit]

Clément-Bayard[edit]

Data from:[18]

Cleone[edit]

Clerget[edit]

(Société Clerget-Blin et Cie / Pierre Clerget)

Source:Lumsden[3] except where noted

Clerget 9B on display at the Pima Air & Space Museum

Cleveland[edit]

(Walter C. Willard / Cleveland Aero Engines)

Cleveland[edit]

(Cleveland Engineering Laboratories Company)

C.L.M.[edit]

(Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs S.A)

CMB[edit]

(Construction Mécanique du Béarn) See: Béarn

CNA[edit]

Coatalen[edit]

Source:Brew[78]

Colombo[edit]

Combi[edit]

Comet[edit]

(Comet Engine Corp, Madison WI.)

Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs[edit]

See:C.L.M.

Conrad[edit]

(Deutsche Motorenbau G.m.b.H. / Robert Conrad)

  • Conrad C.III – (licence built by N.A.G. as the C.III N.A.G.)

Continental[edit]

Continental IO-520

Cors-Air[edit]

(Cors-Air srl, Barco di Bibbiano, Italy)

Corvair[edit]

(conversions and derivatives of the Chevrolet Turbo-Air 6 engine)

Cosmos Engineering[edit]

Coventry Victor[edit]

Crankless Engines Company[edit]

(Anthony Michell)

C.R.M.A.[edit]

(Société de construction et de Reparationde Materiel Aéronautique)

Curtiss OX-5 at the Lone Star Flight Museum

Curtiss[edit]

Curtiss-Kirkham[edit]

Curtiss-Wright[edit]

Cuyuna[edit]

See:2si

D[edit]

D-Motor[edit]

D'Hennian[edit]

Daiichi Kosho Company[edit]

Daimler-Benz[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Damblanc-Mutti[edit]

Danek[edit]

(Ceskomorarsk-Kolben-Danek & Co.)

Daniel[edit]

(Daniel Engine Company)

Dansette-Gillet[edit]

Darracq[edit]

Data from:[18]

Dassault[edit]

Day[edit]

(Charles Day)

Dayton[edit]

(Dayton Airplane Engine Co.)

de Dietrich[edit]

De Dion-Bouton[edit]

de Havilland[edit]

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Piston engines[edit]

Gas turbines[edit]

Rockets[edit]

de Laval[edit]

Deicke[edit]

(Arthur Deicke)

Delafontaine[edit]

Delage[edit]

DeltaHawk[edit]

Demont[edit]

(Messrs Demont, Puteaux, France)

Deschamps[edit]

Data from:[18] (D.J.Deschampsdesigner – Lambert Engine & machine Co.,Illinois manufacturer)

Detroit Aero[edit]

DGEN[edit]

Diamond Engines[edit]

Diemech Turbine Solutions[edit]

(DeLand, Florida, United States)

Diesel Air[edit]

DKW[edit]

(A.G.-Werk DKW, Zschopau S.a.)

Doble-Besler[edit]

Dobrotvorskiy[edit]

Dobrynin[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Dongan[edit]

(also known as Harbin Engine Factory)

Dodge[edit]

Dorman[edit]

(W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd)

Douglas[edit]

Mostly developed from Douglas motorcycle engines

Douseler[edit]

Dreher[edit]

(Dreher Engineering Company)

Duesenberg[edit]

Dufaux[edit]

Dushkin[edit]

Dutheil et Chalmers[edit]

Data from:[18] (some sources erroneously as Duthiel-Chambers)

Dux[edit]

Dyna-Cam[edit]

E[edit]

Easton[edit]

Data from:[18]

ECi[edit]

Ecofly[edit]

(Ecofly GmbH, Böhl-Iggelheim, Germany)

Edelweiss[edit]

Eggenfellner Aircraft[edit]

E.J.C.[edit]

Elbridge[edit]

(Elbridge Engine Company)

Electravia[edit]

Electric Aircraft Corporation[edit]

Elektromechanische Werke[edit]

Elizalde[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Ellehammer[edit]

Emerson[edit]

EMG[edit]

(EMG Engineering Company / Eugene M. Gluhareff)

Emrax[edit]

Endicott[edit]

Engine Alliance[edit]

Engineered Propulsion Systems[edit]

(Engineered Propulsion Systems)

Engineering Division[edit]

ENMA[edit]

(Empresea Nacional de motores de Aviacion S.A.)

E.N.V.[edit]

ERCO[edit]

Esselbé[edit]

Etoile[edit]

EuroJet[edit]

Europrop[edit]

F[edit]

F&S[edit]

Fahlin[edit]

Fairchild[edit]

For Ranger and Fairchild Ranger engines see: Ranger

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Fairdiesel[edit]

Fairey[edit]

None of Fairey Aviation Company's own engine designs made it to production.

Falconer[edit]

(Ryan Falconer Racing Engines)

Farcot[edit]

Farina[edit]

(S.A. Stabilimenti Farina)

Farman[edit]

Source:Liron[93][94] Note: Farman engine designations differ from other French manufacturers in using the attributes as the basis of the designation, thus; Farman 7E ( 7-cyl radial E - Etoile / Star / Radial) or Farman 12We ( W-12 fifth type - the e is not a variant or sub-variant it is the type designator). As usual there are exceptions such as the 12Gvi, 12B, 12C and 18T.

Fasey[edit]

Fatava[edit]

Source:[31]

Faure and Crayssac[edit]

Fedden[edit]

Designed post war by Roy Fedden formerly of Cosmos Engineering and Bristol. Roy Fedden Ltd went into liquidation in 1947

Fiat[edit]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

Firewall Forward Aero Engines[edit]

FKFS[edit]

Flader[edit]

Source:Geen and Cross[97]

Fletcher[edit]

FNM[edit]

Ford[edit]

Fox[edit]

(Dean Manufacturing Company, Newport, Kentucky)

Franklin[edit]

Source:Gunston.[14]

Fredrickson[edit]

(World's Motor Company, Bloomington, Illinois)

Frontier[edit]

(Frontier Iron Works, Buffalo, New York)

Fuji[edit]

Fuscaldo[edit]

Funk[edit]

(Akron Aircraft Company / Funk Aircraft Company)

G[edit]

Gaggenau[edit]

Gajęcki[edit]

Galloway[edit]

(Galloway Engineering Company ltd.)

Garrett[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Now under Honeywell management/design/production

Garuff[edit]

GE Honda Aero Engines[edit]

Geiger Engineering[edit]

GEN Corporation[edit]

General Aircraft Limited[edit]

General Electric[edit]

General Electric/Rolls-Royce[edit]

General Motors Research[edit]

General Ordnance[edit]

(General Ordnance Company, Derby, Conn.)

Giannini[edit]

(Pulsejets)

Glushenkov[edit]

Source:Gunston.[14]

Gnome et Rhône[edit]

Gnome et Rhône[14][18] except where noted Im French engine designations —even— sub-series numbers (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-68) rotated anti-clockwise (LH rotation) and were generally fitted on the starboard side, —odd numbers— (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-69) rotated clockwise (RH rotation) and were fitted on the port side.

Gnome Monosoupape rotary engine of 1917

Gnome[edit]

Gnome et Rhône[edit]

Gobe[edit]

Gobrón-Brillié[edit]

(Gustave Gobrón and Eugène Brillié)

Goebel[edit]

(Georg Goebel of Darmstadt) / (ver Gandenbergesche Maschinen Fabrik)

Grade[edit]

Great Plains Aircraft Supply[edit]

Green[edit]

Grégoire-Gyp[edit]

(Pierre Joseph Grégoire / Automobiles Grégoire)

Grey Eagle[edit]

Grizodubov[edit]

(S.V. Grizodubov)

Grob[edit]

Guiberson[edit]

(Guiberson Diesel Engine Company) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Guizhou[edit]

(Guizhou Liming Aircraft Engine Company)

Gyro[edit]

Data from:[106]

H[edit]

Haacke[edit]

(Haacke Flugmotoren)Source: RMV[1]

HAL[edit]

See:Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Hall-Scott[edit]

The cylinder heads of a Hall-Scott A-7

Hallett[edit]

(Hallett Aero Motors Corp, Inglewood CA.)

Hamilton[edit]

Hamilton Sundstrand[edit]

Hansa-Lloyd[edit]

(Hansa-LLoyd Werke AG)

Hansen-Snow[edit]

(W.G. Hansen & L.L. Snow, Pasadena, CA)

Hardy-Padmore[edit]

Harkness[edit]

(Donald (Don) Harkness, built by Harkness & Hillier Ltd)

Harriman[edit]

(Harriman Motors Company, South Glastonbury, Conn.)

Harris-Gassner[edit]

Harroun[edit]

Hart[edit]

Hartland[edit]

H.C.G.[edit]

(Les Établissements lipton)

Heath[edit]

(Heath Aircraft Corp)

Heath[edit]

(Heath Aerial Vehicle Company, Chicago Illinois)

Heath-Henderson[edit]

Heinkel-Hirth[edit]

Source:[14]

Helium[edit]

From Flight[31]

  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 75hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke

Hendee[edit]

Henderson[edit]

Herman[edit]

Hermes Engine Company[edit]

Hess[edit]

(Aubrey W. Hess / Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

Hewland[edit]

Hexatron Engineering[edit]

Hiero[edit]

(Otto Hieronimus – designer – several manufacturers)

Hill Helicopters[edit]

Hiller[edit]

Hiller Aircraft[edit]

Hilz[edit]

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited[edit]

Hiro[edit]

Hirth[edit]

Hirth Motoren GmbH was merged with Heinkel to make "Heinkel-Hirth" in 1941.

Hispano-Suiza[edit]

Hitachi[edit]

Source:Gunston.[14]

HKS 700E on a Flightstar II.

HKS[edit]

Hodge[edit]

Hofer[edit]

(Al Hofer)

Holbrook[edit]

(Holbrook Aero Supply)

Honda[edit]

Honeywell[edit]

Hopkins & de Kilduchevsky[edit]

Howard[edit]

Hudson[edit]

(John W Hudson)

Hummel[edit]

( James Morris (Morry) Hummel of Bryan, Ohio)

HuoSai[edit]

(HuoSai - Piston engine)

Hurricane[edit]

I[edit]

IAE[edit]

I.Ae.[edit]

IAME[edit]

(Ital-American Motor Engineering)

IAR[edit]

ICP[edit]

IHI[edit]

IL[edit]

(Instytut Lotnictwa – Aviation Institute)

ILO[edit]

Imaer[edit]

Imperial[edit]

(Imperial Airplane Society)

In-Tech[edit]

(In-Tech International Inc.)

Indian[edit]

See: Hendee

Innodyn[edit]

(Innodyn L.L.C.)

International[edit]

Data from:[18]

Ion[edit]

(Gabriel Ion)

Irwin[edit]

(Irwin Aircraft Co)

Isaacson[edit]

(Isaacson Engine (Motor Supply Co.) / R.J. Isaacson)

Ishikawajima[edit]

See: IHI

Isotov[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Isotta Fraschini[edit]

[17]

Ivchenko[edit]

Source:Gunston.[14]

IWL[edit]

See:Pirna

J[edit]

Jabiru[edit]

Jack & Heinz[edit]

Jacobs[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Jaenson[edit]

Jalbert-Loire[edit]

Jameson[edit]

(Jameson Aero Engines Ltd.)

Janowski[edit]

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

J.A.P.[edit]

Data from:[18]

Japanese rockets and Pulse-jets[edit]

Javelin[edit]

Jawa[edit]

Jendrassik[edit]

J.E.T[edit]

(James Engineering Turbines Ltd)

JetBeetle[edit]

Jetcat[edit]

Johnson[edit]

JLT Motors[edit]

(Boos, Seine-Maritime, France)

JPX[edit]

Junkers[edit]

Source:Kay[127]

K[edit]

Kalep[edit]

(Fyodor Grigoryevich Kalep)

Kawasaki[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kelly[edit]

Kemp[edit]

Kemp G-2 flat-twin

(a.k.a. Grey Eagle )

Ken Royce[edit]

LeBlond Aircraft Engine Corporation was sold to Rearwin Airplanes in 1937 and renamed Ken-Royce.

Kessler[edit]

KFM[edit]

(KFM (Komet Flight Motor) Aircraft Motors Division of Italian American Motor Engineering)

Khatchaturov[edit]

KHD[edit]

Kiekhaefer[edit]

Kimball[edit]

King[edit]

(Chas. B. King)

King-Bugatti[edit]

Kinner[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Kirkham[edit]

Kishi[edit]

Klimov[edit]

Source:Gunston[14]

Knox[edit]

(Knox Motors Company, Springfield Mass.)

Koerting[edit]

Kosoku[edit]

(Kosokudo Kikan KK)

Kolesov[edit]

Köller[edit]

(Dr. Kröber und Sohn GmbH, Treuenbrietzen)

König[edit]

(Compact Radial Engines)

Konrad[edit]

(Oberbayische Forschungsanhalt Dr. Konrad)

Körting[edit]

Kossov[edit]

Kostovich[edit]

(O.S. Kostovich)

Krautter[edit]

(Dipl. Ing. Willi Krautter)

Kroeber[edit]

(Doktor Kroeber & Sohn G.m.b.H.)

Kruk[edit]

Kuznetsov[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

L[edit]

L'Aisle Volante[edit]

Labor[edit]

Lambert Engine Division[edit]

(Monocoupe Corporation – Lambert Engine Division)

Lamplough[edit]

Lancia[edit]

(Lancia & Company. / Vincenzo Lancia)

Lange[edit]

Laviator[edit]

Lawrance[edit]

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory[edit]

Le Gaucear[edit]

Le Maitre et Gerard[edit]

Le Rhône[edit]

LeBlond[edit]

LeBlond was sold to Rearwin and engines continued under Ken-Royce name.

Lee[edit]

Lefèrve[edit]

(F. Lefèrve)

Lenape[edit]

Lessner[edit]

Levavasseur[edit]

Léon Levavasseur see Antoinette

Levi[edit]

Leyland Motors[edit]

J. G. Parry-Thomas, the chief engineer at Leyland Motors.

  • A single X-8 engine was built in August 1918 but failed during testing and with the end of WWI development was abandoned.[131]

LFW[edit]

LHTEC[edit]

Liberty[edit]

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Ligez[edit]

Light[edit]

Lilloise[edit]

See:C.L.M.

Limbach[edit]

Lincoln[edit]

Lindequist[edit]

(Konsortiert Överingeniör Sven Lindequist's Uppfinninggar – Consortium Senior Engineer Sven Lindqvist Inventions)

Les Long Long Harlequin[edit]

Lockheed[edit]

LOM[edit]

(Letecke Opravny Malesice, Praha)

Loravia[edit]

(Yutz, France)

Lorraine-Dietrich[edit]

(Société Lorraine des Anciens Établissements de Dietrich) Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[43][133][134] except where noted

Lotarev[edit]

(Vladimir Lotarev) (see also Ivchenko-Progress)

Loughead[edit]

LPC[edit]

LSA-Engines[edit]

(LSA-Engines GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

Lucas[edit]

Lutetia[edit]

(Marcel Echard / Moteurs Lutetia)

Lycoming[edit]

Lycoming O-540

Lyulka[edit]

Source:Gunston.[14]

LZ Design[edit]

M[edit]

M&D Flugzeugbau[edit]

MAB[edit]

  • 4-cylinder air-cooled "fan" engine[139]
  • 4-cylinder vertical water cooled in-line engine[139]

MacClatchie[edit]

Macchi[edit]

Macomber Avis[edit]

Macomber Rotary Engine Company with Avis Engine Company

M.A.N.[edit]

Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg (MAN)

MAN Turbo[edit]

Manfred Weiss[edit]

See: Weiss

Manly[edit]

Charles M. Manly redesigned an engine built by Stephen Balzer.

Mantovani[edit]

Marchetti[edit]

(Marchetti Motor Patents)

Mark[edit]

(Stahlwerk Mark Flugzeugbau)

Marcmotor[edit]

(Macerata, Italy)

Marlin-Rockwell[edit]

Marquardt Corporation[edit]

Martin[edit]

Maru[edit]

Masson[edit]

Mathis[edit]

Mawen[edit]

(Mawen S.A.)

Max Ams[edit]

(Max Ams machine Company)

Maxim[edit]

Maximotor Makers[edit]

Maybach[edit]

Mayo[edit]

{Mayo Radiator Co)

McCulloch[edit]

McDonnell[edit]

McDowell[edit]

(Geo. McDowell. Brooklyn NY.)

Mead[edit]

(Mead Engine Co.)

Mekker[edit]

Menasco[edit]

Sources:Gunston and Jane's.[14][152]

Mengin[edit]

(Établissements Pierre Mengin)

Mercedes[edit]

See: Daimler-Benz

Merkulov[edit]

(Ivan A. Merkulov)

Métallurgique[edit]

Data from:[18]

Meteormotor[edit]

Meteor[edit]

(Meteor S.p.A. Constuzioni Aeronautiche)

Metropolitan-Vickers[edit]

Metz[edit]

(Metz Company, Waltham, Mass.)

Michel[edit]

Michigan[edit]

Microturbo[edit]

Mid-west[edit]

( Mid-West Engines Limited / Diamond engines / Austro Engine)

Miese[edit]

Data from:[18]

Mikulin[edit]

Mikulin-Stechkin[edit]

(A.A. Mikulin & B.S. Stechkin)

Milwaukee Tank[edit]

Miller[edit]

Miller[edit]

(Harry A. Miller Manufacturing Company)

Minié[edit]

Data from:[157] (Établissements Minié, Colombes, Seine, France)

Mistral Engines[edit]

Mitsubishi[edit]

Modena Avio Engines[edit]

(Rubiera, Italy)

Monaco[edit]

(Monaco Motor and Engineering Co. Ltd.)

Monnett[edit]

Data from:'[158]

Morehouse[edit]

Mors[edit]

Data from:[18]

Mosler[edit]

(Mosler, Inc. of Hendersonville, North Carolina)

Motor Sich[edit]

Motorav Industria[edit]

Motorlet[edit]

Mozhaiskiy[edit]

MTH[edit]

MTR[edit]

MTU Aero Engines[edit]

Mudry[edit]

(Moteurs Mudry-Buchoux)

Mulag[edit]

Murray-Willat[edit]

MWfly[edit]

(MWfly srl, Passirana di Rho, Italy)

N[edit]

N.A.G.[edit]

Source:Angle.[2]

Nagel[edit]

Nagliati[edit]

Nakajima[edit]

NAMI[edit]

Napier[edit]

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Narkiewicz[edit]

(Wiktor N. Narkiewicz - production at C.Z.P.S.K. (National)}

Naskiewicz[edit]

(Stanislaw Naskiewicz)

National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan[edit]

National[edit]

N.E.C.[edit]

(New Engine Co.)

Nelson[edit]

Nielsen & Winther[edit]

Nieuport[edit]

Nihonnainenki[edit]

Nippon[edit]

(Nippon Jet Engine Company)

Nord[edit]

Normalair Garrett[edit]

Northrop[edit]

Source:Gunston.[14]

Norton[edit]

(Kenneth Norton / Norton-Newby Motorcycle Co.)

Novus[edit]

NPO Saturn[edit]

NPT[edit]

NST-Machinenbau[edit]

(Niedergoersdorf, Germany)

Nuffield[edit]

O[edit]

Oberursel[edit]

Oerlikon[edit]

Oldfield[edit]

Omsk[edit]

Opel[edit]

Orenda Engines[edit]

Orenda Engines, formed by Avro Canada taking over publicly funded jet engine development by Turbo Research.[14] Later became Orenda Aerospace under Magellan.

Orion[edit]

Orlo[edit]

(Orlo Motor Company)

  • Orlo B-4 4IL 50 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Orlo B-6 6IL 75 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]
  • Orlo B-8 V-8 100 hp 4.5 in × 6 in (110 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Orlogsværftet[edit]

OKL[edit]

(Ośrodek Konstrukcji Lotniczych WSK Okęcie)

Otis-Pifre[edit]

Otto A.G.O.[edit]

P[edit]

Packard[edit]

Source:Gunston.[14][166]

Palmer[edit]

(Palmer Motor Company)

Palons & Beuse[edit]

Panhard & Levassor[edit]

Source:[167] (Société Panhard & Levassor)

Inline engines
V8 engines
V12 engines
V12 sleeve valve engines
W16 engines

Parker[edit]

(Aero Parker Motor Sales Company)

Parma Technik[edit]

(Luhačovice, Zlín Region, Moravia, Czech Republic)

Parodi[edit]

(Roland Parodi)

PBS[edit]

(První Brnenská Strojírna Velká Bíteš, a.s.)

Pegasus Aviation[edit]

Per Il Volo[edit]

Peterlot[edit]

Peugeot[edit]

Pheasant Aircraft Company[edit]

Phillips[edit]

(Phillips Aviation Company)

Piaggio[edit]

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17] and Jane's 1938[43]

Pierce[edit]

(Samuel S Pierce Airplane Company)

  • Pierce B 35 hp 3RA 4 in × 6 in (100 mm × 150 mm)[2]

Pieper[edit]

(Pieper Motorenbau GmbH)

Pipistrel[edit]

Pipe[edit]

Data from:[18]

Pirna[edit]

Platzer[edit]

Pobjoy[edit]

Poinsard[edit]

Porsche[edit]