List of gliders (K)

This is a list of gliders/sailplanes of the world, (this reference lists all gliders with references, where available)[1] Note: Any aircraft can glide for a short time, but gliders are designed to glide for longer.

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KAIEdit

(Kazan Aviation Institute – Казанский авиационный институт)

KaiserEdit

(Rudolf Kaiser)

Kalinin OKBEdit

  • Kalinin K-11 – proof of concept glider for K-12 / BS-2 / K-13 tailless airliner / bomber

Kantor-KurklikEdit

(František Kantor & Karel Kurklik)

KarpinskiEdit

KarskiEdit

(Julian Karski)

KarvelisEdit

(Balys Karvelis)

KasperEdit

(Witold Kasper)

KasprzykEdit

KasselEdit

(Segelflugzeugbau Kassel)

KayabaEdit

KegelEdit

(Kegel-Flugzeugbau Kassel / Max Kegel and Fritz Ackermann using logo AK / renamed Segelflugzeugbau Kassel using logo SK)

KeihikokiEdit

KelseyEdit

(Frank Kelsey)

KemenyEdit

(Sándor Kemeny / MÁV Istvántelki Fõmûhely, Sportárutermelõ V. (former Aero Ever Ltd.), Esztergom)

KendallEdit

(Hugh Kendall)

KenilworthEdit

Kennedy-WatsonEdit

(Harold Kennedy and Floyd Watson)

KensgailosEdit

(Vlado Kensgailos)

KesselyàkEdit

(Mihály Kesselyak / Workshop of the Airplane Service of the Hungarian Agricultural Ministry, Nyiregyháza)

KhAIEdit

(Kharkov Aviation Institute)

  • KhAI-3 Харьков ХАИ-3

Keith-WeissEdit

(Alexander Keith & José Weiss)

KimuraEdit

(Dr. Hidemasa Kimura)

Király-BerkoviceEdit

KirchnerEdit

(Wilhelm Kirchner at Kassel / Niederhessischer Verein für Luftfahrt)

KirigamineEdit

(Kirigamine Glider Manufacturing Co.)

Kissinger-CrookesEdit

( Curtiss Kissinger, LeRoy Crookes)

KittelbergerEdit

(Walter & Karl Kittelberger)

KlementyevEdit

(P. Klementyev)

KlobučarEdit

(Viktor Klobučar)

KlotzEdit

K.L.S.Edit

('Start' Aviation Circle)

KnechtelEdit

(Ing. Wilhelm Knechtel)

KocjanEdit

(Antoni Kocjan)

KodytekEdit

(Josef Kodytek)

KöhlEdit

(Hermann Köhl / Koehl)

KohlerEdit

(Spud Kohler)

KokusaiEdit

(Kokusai Koku Aircraft Company)

KolbányiEdit

KolesnikovEdit

(D.N. Kolesnikov)

KomadoriEdit

Königsberg Lüwa IIIEdit

(Ostpreußischer Verein für Luftfahrt, Königsberg)

KorolevEdit

(Sergei P. Korolev)

KonradEdit

(F. Konrad / Konrad Segelflugzeugbau)

KoppEdit

Kortenbach & RauhEdit

(designed by Schultes, Seidel and Putz)

Gilbert Kosellek Edit

(Gilbert Kosellek)

KoserEdit

(KB – Koser-Branko)

Kostenko-RauschenbuschEdit

(Костенко-Раушенбах ЛАК-1/2)

Kourouvakalis-PikrosEdit

(Platon Kourouvakalis & Costas Pikros)

KoutnýEdit

(Ladislav Koutný)

KouzakovEdit

(M.A. Kouzakov)

KovalenkoEdit

KoželuhEdit

(Štkpt. Koželuh / Dílny 3, leteckého pluku v Nitrě)

KráľovičEdit

(Anton Kráľovič)

KrekelEdit

(Paul Krekel- Hans H. Hünebeck, Metall- und Rohrbau, Duisburg)

KristovskogoEdit

(E. Kristovskogo)

KromerEdit

(H. Kromer / Deutscher Fliegerbund, Mähr.-Schönberg)

KronfeldEdit

(Robert Kronfeld)

KrutchkoffEdit

KryšpínEdit

(Jan Kryšpín / Továrně Avia)

KrząkałaEdit

(Wiktor Krząkała)

KsollEdit

(J. Ksoll)

KubickiEdit

(Jan Kubicki)

KućfirEdit

(Konrad Kućfir)

  • Kućfir Pirat (Pirate) – First Polish Glider Contest August 1923

KuffnerEdit

(Werner Kuffner / WK-Flugzeugtechnik, Peenemünde, DE)

KuheljEdit

(Anton Kuhelj)

KüpperEdit

(August Küpper)

Kusbach-Bartoník-KotolánemEdit

(Kusbach Bartoník & Kotolánem)

KuzmickasEdit

(Antanas Kuzmickas)

KyushuEdit

(Hiroshi Sato, Osamu Hiroshi & Naka Maruta / Kyushu University)

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ Taylor, John W.R. FRHistS. ARAeS (1962). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1962-63. London: Sampson, Low, Marston & Co Ltd.
  3. ^ a b c d Taylor, John W. R.. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982–83. Jane's Publishing Company. London. 1983. ISBN 0-7106-0748-2
  4. ^ "J2mcL Planeurs - Fiche planeur n°". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net (in French). Retrieved 4 July 2019.
  5. ^ "J2mcL Planeurs - Fiche planeur n°". www.j2mcl-planeurs.net (in French). Retrieved 4 July 2019.
  6. ^ Lambert, Mark; Munson, Kenneth; Taylor, Michael J.H., eds. (1991). Jane's all the world's aircraft, 1991-92 (82nd ed.). Coulson, Surrey, UK: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 978-0710609656.
  7. ^ "Anemopsaro" (in French). Retrieved 26 May 2014.
  8. ^ Bridgman, Leonard, ed. (1958). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1958-59. London: Jane's All the World's Aircraft Publishing Co. Ltd.
  9. ^ a b Heide Liebhart. "VERFOLGT - VERTRIEBEN - ERMORDET-ZUR MAHNENDEN ERINNERUNG DURCH STRASSENBENENNUNGEN IN WIEN 23" (in German). Retrieved 2008-06-27.

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