Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk - The Navy's Flying Boat Factory - was the Royal Norwegian Navy Air Service' aeroplane manufacturer. It was established in Horten in 1915 and produced 120 aircraft from then until it ceased to exist in 1940.
The M.F. 1 - the first aircraft manufactured by Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk
The M.F.11 - the last aircraft in regular production at Marinens Flyvebaatfabrikk
- M.F.1, a development of the Maurice Farman MF.7 floatplane, type 1914, six built.
- M.F.2, a development of the Maurice Farman MF.11 floatplane, could carry two 50 kg mines/bombs, radio and machine gun.
- M.F.3, further development of the MF.11, carried out the first RNoN aircraft test with torpedoes.
- M.F.4, the first purpose-built trainer aircraft also developed from the Farman MF.11
- M.F.5, the first Norwegian tractor aircraft
- M.F.6. a trainer and the last Farman pusher built by the factory
- M.F.7, trainer
- 8 M.F.8, trainer
- 10 M.F.9, fighter
- 4 M.F.10, trainer
- 29 M.F.11, reconnaissance
- 1 M.F.12, monoplane trainer
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