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List of civil aircraft is a list of articles on civilian aircraft with descriptions, which excludes aircraft operated by military organizations in civil markings, warbirds, warbirds used for racing, replica warbirds and research aircraft.

AEdit

ABC MotorsEdit

Abraham (aircraft manufacturer)Edit

Ace Aircraft Manufacturing CompanyEdit

  • Ace Baby Ace single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt
  • Ace Junior Ace single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt
  • Ace Scooter single-seat parasol monoplane ultralight homebuilt

Acro SportEdit

Adam Aircraft IndustriesEdit

Advanced Aerodynamics and Structures Inc.Edit

Aero Engineers AustraliaEdit

AermacchiEdit

(for earlier types see Macchi)

AerionEdit

Aéro Club du Bas ArmagnacEdit

Aero VodochodyEdit

Aero BoeroEdit

Aero CommanderEdit

Aero ATEdit

  • Aero AT1, 2, 3 & 4 single-engine two-seat low-wing ultralight

AerokopterEdit

Aeromarine/Aeromarine-KlemmEdit

AeromotEdit

AeroncaEdit

Aero SpacelinesEdit

AérospatialeEdit

(see also Eurocopter & SOCATA)

AerostarEdit

AgustaEdit

AgustaWestlandEdit

AhrensEdit

Air TractorEdit

AirbusEdit

AircoEdit

(for later designs see de Havilland)

Aircraft DesignsEdit

AirspeedEdit

Air CreationEdit

AlbatrosEdit

Aleksandrov-KalininEdit

Allegro LSAEdit

AlphaEdit

  • Alpha 2000 The Robin R2000 now manufactured in New Zealand

American AviationEdit

American ChampionEdit

  • American Champion & Bellanca series Series of two-seat utility and aerobatic light aircraft

American EagleEdit

American GyroEdit

Anderson GreenwoodEdit

ANECEdit

  • ANEC I single-seat ultralight monoplane

Angel Aircraft CorporationEdit

AnsaldoEdit

AntonovEdit

AntoinetteEdit

APMEdit

AradoEdit

Armstrong WhitworthEdit

ArrowEdit

Atlantic AircraftEdit

(Fokker America, for Dutch aircraft see Fokker)

ATREdit

AusterEdit

AustinEdit

AviaEdit

AviamilanoEdit

AviatEdit

Aviation TradersEdit

AvimétaEdit

AvroEdit

Avro CanadaEdit

AyresEdit

BEdit

BAC (British Aircraft Company)Edit

BAC (British Aircraft Corporation)Edit

BachEdit

BAeEdit

Barkley-GrowEdit

BATEdit

BäumerEdit

Beagle AircraftEdit

BeardmoreEdit

BedeEdit

BeechcraftEdit

Bell HelicopterEdit

BellancaEdit

Beneš-MrázEdit

BerievEdit

BernardEdit

BFWEdit

(for later designs see Messerschmitt)

  • BFW M.17 two-seat ultralight sportsplane
  • BFW M.18 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.19 low-wing single-seat sportsplane
  • BFW M.20 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.23 two-seat sports monoplane
  • BFW M.24 single-engine high-wing monoplane airliner
  • BFW M.27 two-seat sports monoplane
  • BFW M.29 two-seat sports/racing monoplane
  • BFW M.35 two-seat sports monoplane

BlackburnEdit

BlériotEdit

Blériot-SPADEdit

BlochEdit

Blohm + VossEdit

BoeingEdit

Boeing CanadaEdit

BoisaviaEdit

BombardierEdit

BonomiEdit

Boom SupersonicEdit

Boulton & PaulEdit

BrantlyEdit

BreeseEdit

BredaEdit

BreguetEdit

BristolEdit

Brown-YoungEdit

British Aircraft ManufacturingEdit

Britten-NormanEdit

BrochetEdit

Brunner-WinkleEdit

BuhlEdit

CEdit

CABEdit

CAMSEdit

  • CAMS 51 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat
  • CAMS 53 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat
  • CAMS 58 twin-engine airmail and passenger flying boat

CanadairEdit

Canadian VickersEdit

CAP Aviation (now Apex Aircraft)Edit

CapelisEdit

CaproniEdit

CASAEdit

CaudronEdit

Central AircraftEdit

CessnaEdit

ChampionEdit

Chichester-MilesEdit

ChiltonEdit

ChrisleaEdit

ChristenEdit

CiervaEdit

CirrusEdit

CivilianEdit

COMACEdit

CommercialEdit

Commonwealth (US)Edit

Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (Australia)Edit

ComperEdit

ConroyEdit

ConsolidatedEdit

ConvairEdit

CouzinetEdit

  • Couzinet 70 Arc en Ciel trimotor airliner and mailplane

CranwellEdit

CrawfordEdit

  • Crawford CLM all-metal high-wing cabin monoplane using Junkers F.13 parts

C.R.D.A. CANT (Cantieri Aeronautici e Navali Triestini)Edit

  • CANT 6 11-passenger trimotor biplane flying boat airliner
  • CANT 10 4-passenger single-engine biplane flying boat airliner
  • CANT 18 single-engine flying boat trainer
  • CANT 22 8–10-passenger trimotor flying boat airliner
  • CANT Z.506A 12–14-passenger trimotor transport floatplane
  • CANT Z.509 trimotor floatplane mailplane
  • CANT Z.1010 5-passenger single-engine airliner
  • CANT Z.1012 3-passenger trimotor airliner

CulverEdit

Cunliffe-OwenEdit

Cunningham-HallEdit

CurtissEdit

Curtiss CanadaEdit

Curtiss-ReidEdit

Curtiss-WrightEdit

(absorbed Travel Air)

DEdit

DassaultEdit

DavisEdit

  • Davis D-1 light open-cockpit two-seat parasol monoplane

de HavillandEdit

(see also Airco)

de Havilland AustraliaEdit

de Havilland CanadaEdit

Dean-Wilson AviationEdit

DenneyEdit

Deperdussin (Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés)Edit

DesoutterEdit

  • Desoutter three-seat cabin monoplane air taxi

DewoitineEdit

DiamondEdit

DJIEdit

  • All Multirotor Drones manufactured by DJI are classified as civil Aircraft due to their payload capabilities.

DornierEdit

DouglasEdit

(for later types see McDonnell Douglas)

DriggsEdit

DruineEdit

Dyle et BacalanEdit

EEdit

Eagle Aircraft CompanyEdit

Eagle Aircraft Pty LtdEdit

EastmanEdit

Eclipse AerospaceEdit

EdgeEdit

EdgleyEdit

EH IndustriesEdit

English ElectricEdit

EmbraerEdit

EmighEdit

EnstromEdit

ERCOEdit

EuropaEdit

EurocopterEdit

(see also Aérospatiale)

Extra AircraftEdit

FEdit

FairchildEdit

Fairchild CanadaEdit

Fairchild Dornier/SwearingenEdit

FarmanEdit

FFAEdit

FiatEdit

FleetEdit

Focke-WulfEdit

FokkerEdit

(for US aircraft see Atlantic Aircraft)

Foster, WiknerEdit

Found BrothersEdit

FournierEdit

FordEdit

Four WindsEdit

FriedrichshafenEdit

FujiEdit

GEdit

Government Aircraft FactoriesEdit

General Aircraft (UK)Edit

General Aviation (US)Edit

Gippsland AeronauticsEdit

GlosterEdit

Granville BrothersEdit

Great LakesEdit

GrobEdit

GrummanEdit

GulfstreamEdit

HEdit

Hamburger FlugzeugbauEdit

Handley PageEdit

HarbinEdit

HarmonEdit

Hawker SiddeleyEdit

HeathEdit

HeinkelEdit

HelioEdit

HestonEdit

HillerEdit

HindustanEdit

HollsmidtEdit

  • Hollsmidt 222 twin-engine two-seat homebuilt cabin utility monoplane

HondaEdit

HowardEdit

HowardEdit

Hurel-DuboisEdit

IEdit

IAIEdit

IAREdit

ICAREdit

  • ICAR 36 6-passenger single-engine monoplane airliner

IlyushinEdit

Indonesian AerospaceEdit

IrkutEdit

JEdit

JunkersEdit

KEdit

KalininEdit

Kaman AircraftEdit

KamovEdit

KharkovEdit

KawasakiEdit

KellettEdit

KestrelEdit

KeystoneEdit

Keystone-LoeningEdit

KlemmEdit

  • Klemm Kl 25 open-cockpit two-seat single-engine ultralight monoplane
  • Klemm Kl 32 enclosed three-seat single-engine touring monoplane
  • Klemm Kl 35 open-cockpit two-seat single-engine sports and training monoplane

KoolhovenEdit

LEdit

LairdEdit

LakeEdit

  • Lake LA4, Buccaneer amphibious light aircraft
  • Lake Renegade, Renegade & Turbo Renegade amphibious light aircraft

LancairEdit

LascoEdit

  • Lasco Lascoter 6-passenger airliner and mailplane single-engine monoplane

LatécoèreEdit

LavilleEdit

LearEdit

Let KunoviceEdit

Letov KbelyEdit

Lincoln-PageEdit

Lioré et OlivierEdit

LisunovEdit

LockheedEdit

LockspeiserEdit

LockwoodEdit

LoeningEdit

LuscombeEdit

Luton AircraftEdit

L.V.G.Edit

  • LVG C.V passenger and mail biplane converted from observation aircraft
  • LVG C.VI passenger and mail biplane converted from observation aircraft

MEdit

MacchiEdit

(for later types see Aermacchi)

MalmöEdit

Mansyu/ManshuEdit

MartinEdit

Martin-BakerEdit

MauleEdit

  • Maule M-4 to M-7 4–5-seat STOL capable light aircraft

McDonnell DouglasEdit

(for earlier types see Douglas)

MD HelicoptersEdit

MDMEdit

MesserschmittEdit

(for earlier designs see BFW)

Messerschmitt-Bölkow-BlohmEdit

MeyersEdit

MilEdit

MilesEdit

MillicerEdit

MitsubishiEdit

MonocoupeEdit

MooneyEdit

Morane-SaulnierEdit

(see also SOCATA)

Morrisey/Shinn/VargaEdit

Moss BrothersEdit

  • Moss M.A.1 tandem two-seat low-winged sporting monoplane
  • Moss M.A.2 side by side two-seat low-winged sporting monoplane

Murphy AircraftEdit

NEdit

NakajimaEdit

National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)Edit

Nationale Vliegtuig Industrie (NVI)Edit

NAMCEdit

New StandardEdit

Nieuport & Nieuport-DelageEdit

NoorduynEdit

Norsk FlyindustriEdit

North AmericanEdit

NorthropEdit

OEdit

Omega AircraftEdit

PEdit

Pakistan Aeronautical ComplexEdit

Pacific AerospaceEdit

Pander & SonEdit

ParnallEdit

PartenaviaEdit

Percival & Hunting PercivalEdit

Pheasant Aircraft CompanyEdit

PiaggioEdit

PietenpolEdit

PilatusEdit

PiperEdit

Pitcairn/Pitcairn-CiervaEdit

PolikarpovEdit

Porterfield Aircraft CorporationEdit

PotezEdit

  • Potez 29 single-engine biplane airliner
  • Potez 43 single-engine light utility/touring monoplane
  • Potez 56 twin-engine low-wing monoplane passenger transport
  • Potez 58 single-engine light utility/touring monoplane
  • Potez 60 two-seat parasol utility/trainer monoplane
  • Potez 62 twin-engine monoplane airliner
  • Potez 840 four-engine turboprop executive transport

PragaEdit

PWSEdit

  • PWS-21 single-engine monoplane 4-passenger airliner
  • PWS-24 single-engine monoplane 4-passenger airliner
  • PWS-54 single-engine monoplane 3-passenger airliner

PZLEdit

  • PZL.4 10-passenger trimotor monoplane airliner
  • PZL.5 two-seat open-cockpit sporting and training biplane
  • PZL.16 5-seat single-engine passenger monoplane
  • PZL.19 three-seat sports monoplane
  • PZL.26 three-seat sports monoplane
  • PZL.27 5-seat trimotor monoplane airliner and mailplane
  • PZL.44 Wicher twin-engine 14-passenger airliner

PZL MielecEdit

PZL ŚwidnikEdit

PZL Warszawa-OkęcieEdit

QEdit

Quest AircraftEdit

QuestairEdit

REdit

Rafaelyants/PolikarpovEdit

RansEdit

Rawdon BrothersEdit

  • Rawdon T-1 tandem two-seat low-wing utility monoplane

RaytheonEdit

RBVZ (Russo Baltic Wagon Works)Edit

(for later designs Sikorsky)

RearwinEdit

RenardEdit

  • Renard R.17 four-seat single-engine cabin monoplane intended as a flower deliver aircraft
  • Renard R.30 four-passenger trimotor airliner
  • Renard R.35 20-passenger trimotor airliner

ReimsEdit

(licence built Cessna)

RepublicEdit

RFBEdit

RobinEdit

Robinson/RedwingEdit

Robinson HelicopterEdit

RockwellEdit

RohrbachEdit

RotorwayEdit

RumplerEdit

  • Rumpler 5A 2 converted reconnaissance biplane used for mail and passengers

RuschmeyerEdit

RutanEdit

(see also Scaled Composites)

RWDEdit

  • RWD 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 two-seat open-cockpit sports monoplanes
  • RWD 5 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 6 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 8 two-seat open-cockpit parasol monoplane trainer
  • RWD 9 two-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 10 single-seat open-cockpit aerobatics monoplane
  • RWD 11 6-passenger twin-engine monoplane airliner
  • RWD 13 three-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 15 5-seat cabin sports monoplane
  • RWD 16 two-seat low-wing sports monoplane
  • RWD 17 two-seat open-cockpit aerobatics and training monoplane
  • RWD-19 two-seat low-wing sports monoplane
  • RWD 21 two-seat low-wing touring and sports monoplane

RyanEdit

  • Ryan M-1 & M-2 single-engine monoplane mailplane
  • Ryan Brougham single-engine monoplane airliner
  • Ryan NYP "Spirit of St. Louis" long distance flight record aircraft based on Brougham
  • Ryan Foursome four-seat cabin monoplane, scaled down from Brougham
  • Ryan ST "Sports-Trainer" single-engine two-seat monoplane sports/trainer
  • Ryan S-C "Sports-Coupe" single-engine cabin monoplane
  • Ryan Navion four-seat cabin single-engine monoplane

SEdit

SaabEdit

SABCAEdit

SablatnigEdit

SadlerEdit

SalmsonEdit

Saunders (Canada)Edit

Saunders-Roe/Saro (UK)Edit

Savoia-MarchettiEdit

(see also SIAI-Marchetti)

Scaled CompositesEdit

(see also Rutan)

ScheibeEdit

Schempp-HirthEdit

SchleicherEdit

Schneider (Australia)Edit

SchweizerEdit

Scottish AviationEdit

Shanghai/ShaanxiEdit

ShavrovEdit

  • Shavrov Sh-2 single-engine utility monoplane amphibious flying boat

Short BrothersEdit

SIAI-MarchettiEdit

(for earlier designs see Savoia-Marchetti)

SiebelEdit

SikorskyEdit

(for earlier types see RBVZ)

Sino SwearingenEdit

SIPA (Société Industrielle Pour l'Aéronautique)Edit

Skandinavisk Aero Industri (SAI)Edit

Slick Aircraft CompanyEdit

Slick Aircraft Slick 360 single-seat aerobatics aircraft

SlingsbyEdit

SNCAC/Aérocentre (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre)Edit

SNCAN/Nord (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Nord)Edit

SNCASE/Sud-Est (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud Est)Edit

SNCASO/Sud-Ouest (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Sud-Ouest)Edit

SOCATAEdit

(for earlier types see Morane-Saulnier)

SopwithEdit

SPCA (Société Provençale de Construction Aéronautique)Edit

SpectrumEdit

Spartan Aircraft Company(US)Edit

Spartan Aircraft Ltd (UK)Edit

St-JustEdit

St. LouisEdit

Stampe et VertongenEdit

StarEdit

Stearman AircraftEdit

(absorbed by Boeing)

StemmeEdit

StinsonEdit

StitsEdit

SukhoiEdit

SupermarineEdit

SwallowEdit

SwearingenEdit

TEdit

TachikawaEdit

Turkish Aviation IndustryEdit

TatraEdit

TaylorcraftEdit

TechnoaviaEdit


The Airplane FactoryEdit

ThruxtonEdit

ThurstonEdit

Tipsy/Avions FaireyEdit

ToyotaEdit

TransaviaEdit

Travel AirEdit

TupolevEdit

UEdit

UdetEdit

VEdit

ValmetEdit

Van'sEdit

  • Van's RV-3 single-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-4 tandem two-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-6 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-7 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-8 tandem two-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-9 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-10 four-seat single-engine low-wing homebuilt
  • Van's RV-11 motorglider project
  • Van's RV-12 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt
  • Van's RV-14 two-seat side by side single-engine low-wing nosewheel monoplane homebuilt

VEBEdit

VFW-FokkerEdit

Vickers-ArmstrongsEdit

VictaEdit

VisionAireEdit

VolmerEdit

VulteeEdit

WEdit

WacoEdit

WassmerEdit

WeatherlyEdit

Wedell-WilliamsEdit

WerkspoorEdit

WestlandEdit

WibaultEdit

WiderøeEdit

XEdit

Xi'anEdit

  • Xian MA60 Turboprop regional aircraft, from China
  • Xian MA600 Sixty-seat Turboprop regional aircraft, update from the MA60 from China
  • Xian MA700 Turboprop regional aircraft under development

YEdit

YakovlevEdit

YeomanEdit

ZEdit

ZeppelinEdit

ZivkoEdit

ZlinEdit

ZenithEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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