AD Seaplane Type 1000 The AD Seaplane Type 1000 also known as the Admiralty Type 1000 and the AD.1 was a British seaplane of the First World War designed to attack German warships.
Adam A500 The Adam A500 is a six-seat civil utility aircraft that was produced by Adam Aircraft Industries.
Aero Design DG-1 The Aero Design DG-1 (registered N10E) is an American racing aircraft designed by David Garber in an attempt to break the world airspeed record for a piston-engined aircraft.
Aeronix Airelle The Aeronix Airelle is a tandem wing ultralight with twin engines in push-pull configuration, that was designed and built in France at the start of the millennium.
Anatra DE The Anatra DE was a three-engined prototype Russian medium bomber of World War I. The biplane bomber was designed to hold four people.
Bartini DAR The DAR (Dalnii Arkticheskii Razvyedchik – long range Arctic reconnaissance), was a twin-engined flying boat designed and produced in the USSR from 1934.
Bastianelli P.R.B. The Bastianelli P.R.B was a 1920s Italian flying-boat, the first product of Societá Industriale l'Aviazone.
Bellanca TES The Bellanca TES was an experimental aircraft constructed by Giuseppe Mario Bellanca.
Besson H-5 The Besson H-5 was a French transport quadraplane flying boat designed by the Marcel Besson company of Boulogne.
Blériot 195 The Blériot 195 was a French monoplane mail-carrier designed and built by Blériot Aéronautique, the one aircraft built was modified a number of times but failed to enter production.
Blériot 5190 The Blériot 5190 was a French transatlantic mail plane of the 1930s, a large parasol-wing monoplane flying boat.
Boeing XPB The Boeing XPB (company Model 50) was an American twin-engined biplane long-range patrol flying boat of the 1920s.
Bratu 220 The Bratu-220 was a Franco-Romanian three-engine airliner aircraft of the 1930s, built in France, which remained a prototype.
Bristol Braemar The Bristol Braemar was a British heavy bomber aircraft developed at the end of the First World War for the Royal Air Force.
Bristol Pullman The Bristol Pullman was a British prototype passenger aircraft developed from the Braemar triplane heavy bomber.
Bristol Tramp The Bristol Tramp was a British steam-powered passenger and airmail transport aircraft designed by the Bristol Aeroplane Company.
CAMS 33 The CAMS 33 was a reconnaissance flying boat built in France in the early 1920s.
CAMS 51 The CAMS 51 was a transport flying boat built in France in the mid-1920s.
CAMS 53 The CAMS 53 was a transport flying boat built in France in the late 1920s.
CAMS 55 The CAMS 55 was a reconnaissance flying boat built in France in the late 1920s and which equipped the French Navy throughout the 1930s.
CAMS 58 The CAMS 58 was a transport flying boat built in France in the early 1930s intended as a successor to the highly successful CAMS 53.
Canaero Toucan The Canaero Toucan is a Canadian high-wing, two seats in tandem, twin engine push-pull configuration, twin-boom ultralight kit aircraft that was produced from 1983 to the late 1980s by Canaero D...
Caproni Ca.3 The Caproni Ca.3 was an Italian heavy bomber of World War I and the post-war era.
Caproni Ca.4 The Caproni Ca.4 was an Italian heavy bomber of the World War I era.
Caproni Ca.49 The Caproni Ca.49 was a proposed Italian seaplane airliner of 1919.
Caproni Ca.5 The Caproni Ca.5 was an Italian heavy bomber of the World War I and post-war era.
Caproni Ca.60 The Caproni Ca.60 Noviplano was a nine-wing flying boat intended to be a prototype for a 100-passenger trans-atlantic airliner.
Cessna O-2 Skymaster The O-2 Skymaster (also known as the "Oscar Deuce" or "The Duck") is a military version of the Cessna 337 Super Skymaster utilized as an observation and forward air control (FAC) aircraft.
Cessna Skymaster The Cessna Skymaster is a United States twin-engine civil utility aircraft built in a push-pull configuration.
Comte AC-3 The Comte AC-3 was a 1920s Swiss bomber/transport aircraft produced by Flugzeugbau A. Comte.
Curtiss NC The Curtiss NC (Curtiss Navy Curtiss, nicknamed "Nancy boat" or "Nancy") was a flying boat built by Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company and used by the United States Navy from ...
DFW R.I The DFW R.I was a prototype German bomber aircraft of World War I. Developed as a private venture by DFW, it was a large biplane of conventional configuration with four engines mounted inside th...
DFW R.II The DFW R.II was a German bomber aircraft of World War I. It was developed at a request by the Luftstreitkräfte in spring 1917 after their experience with the R.I had been generally positive.
Donnet-Denhaut flying boat The Donnet-Denhaut flying boat was a maritime patrol and anti-submarine warfare aircraft produced in France during the First World War.
Dornier Do 18 The Dornier Do 18 was a development of the Do 16 flying boat.
Dornier Do 214 The Dornier Do 214 was a proposed large long-range flying boat developed by Dornier in World War II.
Dornier Do 26 The Dornier Do 26 was an all-metal gull winged flying boat produced before and during World War II by Dornier Flugzeugwerke of Germany.
Dornier Do 335 The Dornier Do 335 Pfeil ("Arrow") was a World War II heavy fighter built by the Dornier company.
Dornier Do 635 The Dornier Do 635 was a World War II Long-range reconnaissance aircraft proposed by Dornier Flugzeugwerke, as two Dornier Do 335 fuselages joined by a common centre wing section.
Dornier Do J The Dornier Do J Wal ("whale") was a twin-engine German flying boat of the 1920s designed by Dornier Flugzeugwerke.
Dornier Do K The Dornier Do K was a German commercial passenger and freight monoplane designed by Claudius Dornier and built by Dornier Flugzeugwerke.
Dornier Do R The Dornier Do R Superwal was a German flying boat airliner of the 1920s.
Dornier Do X The Dornier Do X was the largest, heaviest, and most powerful flying boat in the world when it was produced by the Dornier company of Germany in 1929.
Dornier Rs.II The Dornier Rs.II was a large biplane flying boat, designed by Claudius Dornier and built during 1914-15 on the German side of Lake Constance.
Dornier Rs.III The Dornier Rs.III was a large four-engined monoplane flying boat designed by Claudius Dornier and built during 1917 on the German side of Lake Constance at the Zeppelin-Lindau works.
Dornier Seastar The Dornier Seastar is a turboprop-powered amphibious aircraft built largely of composite materials.
Fairey N.4 The Fairey N.4 was a 1920s British five-seat long range reconnaissance flying boat.
Farman F.120 The Farman F.120 and its derivatives were a family of multi-engine airliners and bombers of the 1920s built by the Farman Aviation Works in France.
Felixstowe Fury The Felixstowe Fury, also known as the Porte Super Baby, was a large British, five-engined triplane flying-boat designed by John Cyril Porte of the Seaplane Experimental Station, Felixstow...
Felixstowe Porte Baby The Felixstowe Porte Baby was a British reconnaissance flying boat of the First World War first flying in 1916.
Flylab Tucano The Flylab Tucano (Toucan) is an Italian ultralight, designed and produced by Flylab, of Ischitella.
Fokker D.XXIII The Fokker D.XXIII was a Dutch single-seat fighter designed and built by Fokker.
Fokker F.32 The Fokker F.32 was a passenger aircraft built by the Fokker Aircraft Corporation of America in 1929 in their Teterboro, New Jersey factory.
Gotha WD.22 The Gotha WD.14, WD.20, and WD.22 were a family of torpedo bomber seaplanes developed in Germany during World War I. They were conventional biplanes, essentially enlarged versions of...
Gotha WD.27 The Gotha WD.27 was a patrol seaplanes developed in Germany during World War I. It was a huge, four-engine aircraft with the same general layout as the WD.22; a conventional seaplane with engine...
Grahame-White Ganymede The Grahame-White Ganymede was a prototype British heavy night bomber intended to serve with the Royal Air Force in the First World War.
Hall XP2H The Hall XP2H-1 was an American prototype four-engined biplane flying boat of the 1930s.
Handley Page V/1500 The Handley Page V/1500 was a British night-flying heavy bomber built by Handley Page towards the end of the First World War.
Hydra Technologies Ehécatl The S4 Ehécatl is an unmanned aerial vehicle developed and manufactured by Hydra Technologies of Mexico which, except for its infrared thermal sensor system, is the first of its type to be compl...
IAI RQ-5 Hunter The IAI RQ-5 Hunter unmanned aerial vehicle was originally intended to serve as the United States Army's Short Range UAV system for division and corps commanders.
Kalinin K-7 The Kalinin K-7 (Калинін К-7) was a heavy experimental aircraft designed and tested in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s.
Kawasaki Ka 87 The Dornier N was a bomber aircraft designed in Germany in the 1920s for production in Japan.
Kennedy Giant The Kennedy Giant was a British biplane heavy bomber designed by Kennedy Aeroplanes Ltd. during the First World War.
Latham 47 The Latham 47 was a French twin-engine flying boat designed and built by Société Latham & Cié for the French Navy.
Latécoère 21 The Latécoère 21 was a French flying boat built in 1925 for use by Lignes Aériennes Latécoère as an airliner on routes between France and North Africa.
Latécoère 23 The Latécoère 23 was a development of the Latécoère 21 flying boat, a twin engined parasol winged aircraft.
Latécoère 24 The Latécoère 24 was a French three-engined parasol winged flying boat, built in 1927 to test the longer stretches of the South Atlantic crossing.
Latécoère 300 The Latécoère 300 series of aircraft were a group of civil and military flying boats.
Latécoère 32 The Latécoère 32 was a flying boat built in France in 1928 for use on Aéropostale's mail routes to North Africa.
Latécoère 340 The Latécoère 340 was a three-engined, parasol winged flying boat designed in 1929 in France for middle-distance, overseas routes.
Latécoère 380 The Latécoère 380 was a flying boat airplane built in France in 1928 for use on Aéropostale's mail routes to South America.
Latécoère 500 The Latécoère 500 was a flying boat built in France in 1931 for use on the transatlantic mail route to South America.
Latécoère 521 The Latécoère 521, "Lieutenant de Vaisseau Paris", was a French six-engined flying boat, and one of the first large trans-Atlantic passenger aircraft.
Latécoère 550 The Latécoère 550 was a four-engined French seaplane, designed in the early 1930s as a bomber/torpedo bomber.
Lioré et Olivier LeO H-242 The Lioré et Olivier LeO H.242 was a French-manufactured flying boat that was used for European passenger air services in the 1930s.
Lippisch P.13 The Lippisch P.13 was a 1942 design for a high-speed bomber aircraft by Josef Hubert.
Loire 102 The Loire 102 was a 1930s French flying boat designed as a mail plane by Loire Aviation.
Loire 70 The Loire 70 was a 1930s French long-range maritime reconnaissance flying boat produced by Loire Aviation.
Macchi M.24 The Macchi M.24 was a flying boat produced in Italy during the 1920s.
Moynet Jupiter The Moynet 360 Jupiter was a small executive transport built in France in the 1960s.
Naval Aircraft Factory TF The Naval Aircraft Factory TF was a United States twin-engine flying-boat escort fighter first flown in October 1920.
NVI F.K.33 The NVI F.K.33 was an airliner built in the Netherlands in 1925 for use by KLM for night flying.
Rutan Defiant The Rutan Model 40 Defiant is a four-seat, twin-engine aircraft with the engines in a push-pull configuration.
Savoia-Marchetti S.55 The Savoia-Marchetti S.55 was a double-hulled flying boat produced in Italy beginning in 1924.
Savoia-Marchetti S.65 The Savoia-Marchetti S.65 was an Italian racing seaplane built for the 1929 Schneider Trophy race.
Schweizer RU-38 Twin Condor The Schweizer RU-38 Twin Condor is a two or three-seat, fixed gear, low wing, twin boom covert reconnaissance aircraft.
Short Sarafand The Short S.14 Sarafand was a British biplane flying boat built by Short Brothers.
Short Singapore The Short Singapore was a British multi-engined biplane flying boat built after World War I. The Singapore name first appeared in the mid-1920s, on a one-off, twin-engined, record-breaking aircraft.
SIAI S.22 The SIAI S.22 was an Italian racing flying boat built by SIAI for the 1921 Schneider Trophy race.
Siemens-Schuckert DDr.I The Seimens-Schuckert DDr.I was a World War I German twin engine, push-pull configuration triplane fighter aircraft.
Sikorsky XBLR-3 The Sikorsky XBLR-3 was a four-engine bomber, designed in 1935-1936.
Supermarine Type 179 The Supermarine Type 179 was a British monoplane flying boat developed by Supermarine but cancelled before completion.
TAI Baykuş TAI Baykuş is a radio-controlled tactical unmanned drone designed, developed and built by Turkish Aerospace Industries between 2003-2004.
TAI Pelikan TAI Pelikan, aka IHA-X2, is a radio-controlled reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition drone.
Tarrant Tabor The Tarrant Tabor was a British triplane bomber designed towards the end of the First World War and was briefly the world's largest aircraft.
Thomas-Morse MB-4 The Thomas-Morse MB-4 was a prototype American mailplane of the 1920s.
Tupolev ANT-16 Tupolev ANT-16 (also known as TB-4; Тяжелый Бомбардировщик – Heavy Bomber) was an experimental heavy bomber aircraft designed and tested in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s.
Tupolev ANT-20 The Tupolev ANT-20 Maxim Gorky (Туполев АНТ-20 "Максим Горький") was a Soviet eight-engine aircraft, the largest of the 1930s.
Tupolev ANT-22 The Tupolev ANT-22 (also known as the MK-1) was a large flying boat built in the Soviet Union in 1934.
Tupolev MTB-1 The Tupolev MTB-1 was a patrol flying boat built in the Soviet Union in the mid-1930s.
Voisin Triplane The Voisin Triplane was a large experimental bomber built by Gabriel Voisin in 1915.
Witteman-Lewis XNBL-1 The Wittemann-Lewis NBL-1 "Barling Bomber" was an experimental long-range, heavy bomber built for the United States Army Air Service in the early 1920s.
Zeppelin Staaken R.V The Zeppelin Staaken R.V was one of a series of large bombers called Riesenflugzeugen intended to be less vulnerable than dirigibles in use at the time.
Zeppelin-Staaken R.V The Zeppelin Staaken R.V was one of a series of large bombers called Riesenflugzeugen intended to be less vulnerable than dirigibles in use at the time.