List of gliders (M)

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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M&DEdit

(M&D Flugzeugbau, Germany)

MacettiEdit

(A.M. Macetti)

MacPhersonEdit

(Gregg MacPherson)

MacPhersonEdit

(Gregg MacPherson)

MaedaEdit

(Keniti Maeda)

MaggiEdit

MagnanEdit

(Dr. A. Magnan)

MagnardEdit

(Vizille Magnard, Isère)

MAIEdit

(Moscow Aviation Institute)

MainelisEdit

(P. Mainelis)

MalinowskiEdit

(Stefan Malinowski)

Maluquer-GimenoEdit

(Juan J. Maluquer, Wahl & Gimeno)

ManicatideEdit

(Radu Manicatide)

MantelliEdit

(Adriano Mantelli)

ManotskovEdit

(A. Manotskov)

ManuelEdit

(William L. Manuel)

MaraisEdit

(Charles Marais)

Marcho-SilesiaEdit

(T.H. Marcho-Silesia / Akad. Fliegerschaft Marcho-Silesia)

MarianówEdit

(Wladyslaw Gallara / O.O.Marianów Secondary Convent School)

Marinavia FarinaEdit

(Domenico Farina / Marinavia Farina SRL)

MarkmannEdit

MarschEdit

(J. C. Marsch)

MarsdenEdit

Marske AircraftEdit

(Jim Marske, Marion Ohio, United States)

MartensEdit

(A. Martens)

MartinEdit

(William H. Martin)

MasakEdit

(Peter Masak)

Massia-BiotEdit

(E.D. Massia & Gaston Biot)

MassyEdit

(Max Massy)

MatejcekEdit

(Jiri Matejcek / students of the Central Aeronautical Institute, Brno-Medlanky)

MattesonEdit

(Fred H. Matteson)

MaupinEdit

(Jim Maupin)

Maxey-PrueEdit

(Irwin Rue, Lyle Maxey – built by Franck Kearns)

MayerEdit

(Hermann Mayer)

MayerEdit

(Oldřich Mayer / Oskar Mayer / Státní průmyslová škola, Moravská Ostrava-Vítkovice / Letov)

McAllisterEdit

(Charles McAllister)

McQuilkinEdit

(Robert J. McQuilkin)

MDMEdit

(Zaklady Lotnicze Marganski & Myslowski Spolka z o.o. – Margański & Mysłowski Aviation Works) (MDM – Marganski, Dunowska, Makula)

MeadEdit

(T.E. Mead)

MehrEdit

(Franz Xaver Mehr)

MeierEdit

(Michel-Lorenz Meier Hamburger Aero Club)

MeindlEdit

(Ob.-Ing. Erich Meindl / Burgfalke Flugzeugbau)

MelsheimerEdit

(Frank Melsheimer)

MerriamEdit

(Capt F. W. Merriam)

MervilleEdit

MesserschmittEdit

(Wilhelm Emil Messerschmitt / Messerschmitt AG / Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (BFW))

MeteorEdit

(Meteor C.A., Monfalcone)

MeuselEdit

  • Horst Meusel / Verein für Luftfahrt e.V., Zittau)
  • Meusel M-IV

MicikaEdit

(Milose Micika)

Midland Gliding ClubEdit

Midwest SailplaneEdit

Miecyslaw SiegelEdit

MignetEdit

(Henri Mignet)

MikhaïlovgradEdit

MilbertEdit

(Milbert / Hamburger Flugzeugbau (?))

MilesEdit

(F.G. Miles Ltd.)

MilitiEdit

MiliunasEdit

(Miliunas & Oshkinis / Miliunas & Kontrimas)

MillerEdit

(Terry Miller)

MineoEdit

(Michel Minéo)

MIPEdit

(Gustaw Mokrzycki, Ludwig Moczarski, Jan Idzkowski & Jerzy Ploszajski / Warsaw Technical High School)

Mišurec-PučanEdit

(Jindřich Mišurec & Norbert Pučan, Brno)

MitchellEdit

(Don Mitchell (aircraft designer))

MKEKEdit

(Turkish: Makina ve Kimya Endüstrisi Kurumu - Mechanical and Chemical Industry Corporation)

MLLEdit

( )

Mlody LotnikEdit

(Mlody Lotnik - Antoni Uszacki)

Molino O/YEdit

See PIK

MöllerEdit

(Flugzeugbau Möller / Ing. Hans Gunther Möller)

MonaghanEdit

(Richard Monaghan)

MonnettEdit

(John T. Monnett)

Montagne NoireEdit

MontgomeryEdit

(John Joseph Montgomery)

MooneyEdit

(Walt Mooney)

Moore-Gibson-EmslieEdit

(L.P. Moore, J. Gibson & K. Emslie / The Birmingham Guild Ltd.)

MooreEdit

(Arien C. Moore)

MorelliEdit

(Alberto & Piero Morelli / Aeromere / CVT / Avionautica Rio / CARMAM)

MoriEdit

(Angelo Mori, GVV Tommaso Dal Molin, Varese)

MosweyEdit

(Moswey Segelflugzeug-Werke) – (Georg & Heinrich Müller)

MotiekaitisEdit

(P. Motiekaitis - Lithuania)

MouillardEdit

MroczkowskiEdit

(Antoni von Mroczkowski)

MRsZEdit

(MRSz - Magyar Repülési Szövetség Központi Műhelye)

MudryEdit

(Avions Mudry Cie, Port d'attache, Cannes Mandelieu)

MSrEEdit

(Műegyetemi Sportrepülő Egyesület – BME Sportrepülő Association)

  • MSrE M-20 (Rubik R-01) – Ernõ RUBIK and Endre JANCSÓ – MSrE
  • MSrE M-22 – András Szokolay & Endre Jancso – MSrE / Aero Ever Ltd., Aircraft Factory of Transylvania
  • MSrE M-30 Fergeteg
  • EMESE-B – Rubik and Jancsó
  • EMESE-C – re-designed by Tasnádi

MüllerEdit

(K. Müller)

MuramayaEdit

Muraszew & TomaszewskiEdit

MusachevoEdit

(Musachevo glider workshop / L. Panov and D. Panchovsky, R. Radomirov, D. Panchovski & Vlychev )

MusgerEdit

(Edwin Musger)

MuszyńskiEdit

(Zbigniew Muszynski)

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ "THE MAGNAN MONOPLANE GLIDER: A French Machine Designed for Gust-Soaring". Flight: 0043–0044. 24 January 1924. Retrieved 7 January 2017.
  3. ^ a b Taylor, John W.R. FRHistS. ARAeS (1962). Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1962-63. London: Sampson, Low, Marston & Co Ltd.
  4. ^ Taylor, John W. R.. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982–83. Jane's Publishing Company. London. 1983. ISBN 0-7106-0748-2
  5. ^ Brown, Don L. (1970). Miles Aircraft since 1925 (1st ed.). London: Putnam & Company Ltd.
  6. ^ Nowarra, Heinz J. (1993). Die Deutsche Luftruestung 1933-1945 Vol.4 – Flugzeugtypen MIAG-Zeppelin (in German). Koblenz: Bernard & Graefe Verlag. ISBN 3-7637-5468-7.
  7. ^ "14. Rhön-Segelflug-Wettbewerb 1933. Preisgerichts-Entscheidung" (PDF) (in German): 391. Retrieved 14 June 2016. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)

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