Wikipedia:WikiProject Aircraft/Missing articles

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1911 verification: 12.2%
ACF Regionals answers: 64.1%
Hotlist of topics: 88.7%
General topics: 79.6%
Science topics: 92%
Catholic Encyclopedia: 86.2%
Easton's Bible Dictionary: 88%
Encyclopaedia Biblica : 69.5%
Evangelical Dictionary of Theology: 80.6%
Gutenberg authors : 57.1%
Jewish Encyclopedia : 39%
Literary Encyclopedia: 81.9%
List of Poles: 6%
Find-A-Grave: 85.1%
Stanford Archive answers 97.9%
Missing paintings 60.8%
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Overall progress: 65.2%
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The following list comprises aircraft linked to from other articles. Your aim is to remove a red-link entry from one of the lists by making a new article or by redirecting it to an existing article. Please do not "fix" a link by changing it to the correct page, instead create a redirect at the page listed. Please only remove an item from a list when there is either an article or redirect in place.

For further guidelines and tips, please see the Project page.

To create an article, you may want to try the {{WPAVIATION creator}}, which automatically starts your article off in the proper format. If you create an article, please add it to Wikipedia:New_articles_(Aircraft)

Also see Missing Aero-engine articles.


Page From - to Remaining Complete
01 ABC TG-16 - Caproni Ca.355 519
02 Caproni Ca.356 - Friedrichshafen FF.7 575
03 Friedrichshafen FF.71 - LFG Dr.I 609
04 LFG E.I - Saulnier monoplane No.2 429
05 Saunders Aircraft Company - ZSO 523 308
Total 2440

Note that page 5 started with 981 missing rather than 1000.


  • Approximately ~145 of the red linked articles currently listed also appeared on a separate list consisting of aircraft specifically found in Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation.