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List of aircraft (F)

This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'F'.

F

FAB

(Flugwissenschaftliche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Bremen)

Fabian

Fabre

(Henry Fabre)

Fabrica de Avioanes

see: SET

Fábrica Militar de Aviones

(Abbreviated FMA)

Fachschule für Ultraleicht und Motorflug

(Fachschule für Ultraleicht- und Motorflug GmbH (FUL), Hörselberg-Hainich, Thuringia, Germany)

FAG Chemnitz

(Flugtechnischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Staatlichen Akademie für Technik - Chemnitz)

F.A.G. Hamburg

(Flugtechnische Arbeitgemeinschaft an der H.T.L. Hamburg)

F.A.G. Stettin

(Flugtechnische Arbeitgemeinschaft an der H.T.L. Stettin)

Fairchild

(Walter L Fairchild, Mineola NY.)

Fairchild

(Fairchild, Fairchild-Hiller, Fairchild-Republic, Fairchild-Swearingen, Fairchild-Dornier)

Fairey Aviation Company

Fairtravel

Fajr

(Fajr Aviation & Composites Industry)

Falck

(William Falck, Warwick NY.)

Falcomposite

Falconar

((Chris) Falconar Avia Ltd, Edmonton Canada.)

FAMA

(Fábrica Argentina de Materiales Aerospaciales)

Famà

(Famà Helicopters srl)

Fanaero-Chile

Fane

Fantasy Air

Faria

(Lawrence Faria, Richmond OH.)

Farina

(Farina Aircraft Corp, 690 8 Ave, New York NY.)

Farman Aviation Works

(Société Anonyme des Usines Farman (S.A.U.F.)) (Dick, Maurice and Henry Farman)

Maurice Farman

Henry Farman

Farman

Farman-Standard

(Farman-Standard Corp.)

Farner Werke (F+W)

Farnham

(Lawrence Farnham, Fort Collins CO.)

Farrington

((I D) Farrington Aircraft Corp, Paducah KY.)

Fasig-Turner

(Charles P Fasig & Charles Turner.)

FASTec

(Advanced Technology Products Inc, Worcester MA.)

Faust

(Elmer Faust, dba Cody Aero Services, Cody WY.)

Fauvel

Fawcett

FBA

(Franco British Aviation)

FD-Composites

(FD-Composites, Arbing, Austria)

Federal

(Federal Aircraft & Motor Corp, New York City NY)

Federal

(Federal Aircraft Corp, San Bernardino CA)

Federal

(Federal Aircraft Ltd, Montreal Canada)

Fedorov

(D. D. Fedorov)

Feiro

(Feigl & Lajos Rotter)[44]

Felio

(Harold G Felio, Los Angeles CA.)

Felix

(Charles Felix, Hatfield PA.)

Felixstowe

Fellabaum

(J R Fellabaum, Toledo OH.)

Fellot-Lacour

(Fellot-Lacour)

Ferber

(Ferdinand Ferber)

Féré

(René Féré)

Fernic

((George B) Fernic Aircraft Corp, 3493 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island NY)

Ferrière

(Louis Ferrière)

Fetterman

((Fred O) Fetterman Aircraft Corp, Brooklyn NY.)

Feugray

(Gérard Feugray)

FFA

(Flug- und Fahrzeugwerke Altenrhein)

FFV Aerotech

FFVS

(Kungliga Flygförvaltningens Flygverkstad i Stockholm - Royal Air Administration Aircraft Factory in Stockholm)

FGP

Fiat Aviazione

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino - Italian Automobile Factory of Turin)

FIAT-CMASA

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino - Costruzioni Meccaniche Aeronautiche S.A.)

FIAT-CANSA

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino - Costruzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi S.A.)

Fiberdyne

(Fiberdyne Associates Inc, West Chester PA.)

Fiedor

(Ludwick Fiedor, Cleveland OH.)

Field

(Raymond Field, 208 N Erie St, Wichita KS.)

Field

(K G Field, State Market, Seattle WA.)

Fieseler

(Gerhard Fieseler Werke GmbH)

Fife

(Ray Fife, Coronado CA.)

Fike

(William J Fike, Anchorage AK and Salt Lake City UT.)

Filper

(Filper Research Corp, San Ramon and Livermore CA.)

Finklea

(Finklea Brothers, Leland MS.)

Firestone

(1940: G&A (Gliders & Aircraft) Div, Firestone Tire & Rubber Co, Willow Grove PA. 1946: Firestone Aircraft Div on acquisition of Pitcairn-Larsen Autogiros.)

First Strike

(First Strike Aviation Inc (pres: Bobby Baker), Pigott AR.)

Fisher

(Fisher Aero Corporation)

Fisher

(Fisher Body Works, Cleveland OH.)

Fisher

(Edward Fisher, Kansas City MO.)

Fisher

(Fisher Div, General Motors Corp, Cleveland OH.)

Fisher

((Gene and Darlene Jackson-Hanson) Fisher Flying Products, Edgely ND.)

Fisher-Boretski

Fishercraft

(Ed Fisher, Painesville OH.)

Fisk

(Edwin Fisk)

Fitzsimmons

(Frank Fitzsimmons, Hempstead NY.)[2]

Fizir

FK-Lightplanes

Flaeming Air

(Brandenberg, Germany)

Flagg

(Flaggships Inc, San Diego CA)

Flagg-Snyder

((Claude) Flagg-(Barney) Snyder, San Diego CA.)

Flaglor

(F K "Chuck" Flaglor, Des Plaines IL.)

Flamingo

(Metal Aircraft Corp, Lunken Airport, Cincinnati OH)

Flanders

Flaris

Fleet

Fleetcraft

(Fleet Airplane Corp (fdr: John B Moore), Lincoln NB)

Fleetwings

(c.1930: Fleetwings Inc (pres: Frank or Cecil de Ganahl), Radcliffe St, Bristol PA. 1934: Plant acquired by Hall Aluminum Aircraft Co. 1941: (Henry J) Kaiser-Fleetwings Inc (pres: E E Trefethen Jr).)

Fleming

(J W T and William G Fleming, Memphis TN.)

Jim Flemming

(Jim Flemming)

Fletcher

(Daniel & Richard Fletcher)

Fletcher

((Wendell, Frank, Maurice) Fletcher Aviation Corp, 190 W Colorado St, Pasadena CA)

Fletcher's Ultralights

(Turlock, California, USA)

Flettner

(Flettner Flugzeugbau GmbH / Anton Flettner G.m.b.H.)

Fleury

(Robert Fleury)

Flexible

(Flexible Aeroplane Co.)

Flight Design

Flightsail

(Flight Dynamics (pres: Thomas H Purcell Jr), Raleigh NC.)

Flightstar

(Flightstar Sportplanes)

Flight Team

(Flight Team UG & Company AG, Ippesheim, Germany)

Flightworks

(Flightworks Corp, Austin TX.)

Fliteways

(Fliteways Inc (Ben White), Milwaukee WI.)

Flitzer Sportplanes

(Aberdare, United Kingdom)

Florine

(Nicolas Florine, Belgium)

Florov

Floyd-Bean

(Bob Bean & Tom Floyd, Inglewood CA.)

FLS

F L S Z

(Flight Level Six-Zero Inc, Colorado Springs CO.)

Flugschule Wings

(Spital am Pyhrn, Austria)

Fly Air Co.

(Fly Air Co, Pravec, Bulgaria)

Fly-Fan

(Fly-Fan sro, Trenčín, Slovakia)

FlyLatino

(FlyLatino, Latina, Italy)

FlyNano

(Lahti, Finland)

Fly Products

(Grottammarre, Italy)

Fly Synthesis

Fly Wurm

(Paul Maiwurm, Mission Beach (San Diego) CA.)

Flygfabriken

(Svenska Flygfabriken)

Fly Hard Trikes

(Wildwood, Georgia, United States)

Flying Auto

(Flying Auto Co.)

Flying K

Flying Legend

(Caltagirone, Italy)

Flying Machines s.r.o.

(Rasošky, Czech Republic)

Flying Mercury

(Hibbing MN.)

Flyitalia

(Dovera, Italy)

Flylab

(Flylab Srl, Ischitella, Italy)

Flylight Airsports

(Northampton, United Kingdom)

Flyvetroppernes Værksteder / Orlogsværftet

(Flyvetroppernes Værksteder / Orlogsværftet - Flying Corps’ workshops / Naval dockyard)

FMP s.r.o.

(Prague, Czech Republic)

Focke-Achgelis

(Focke-Achgelis & Co. G.m.b.H.)

Focke-Wulf

(Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau G.m.b.H.)

Fokker

(Fokker Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H.) - Schwerin, Germany (Fokker and Idflieg designation prefixes)

Fokker-Atlantic

Folkerts

(Clayton Folkerts, Moline IL, Robertson MO)

Folland

Follis

(Fred E Follis, Nashville TN.)

Forbes

(David Forbes, Atherton CA.)

Ford

Ford

(Ford Airplane Co, Tulsa OK.)

Ford-Leigh

((Alfred G) Leigh Safety Wing Inc & Brunner-Winkle Co. )

Ford-Van Auken

(Edsel Ford & Charles Van Auken, 1302 Woodward Ave, Detroit MI.)

Forman

(Albert V Forman, Medford OR.)

Fornaire

Fortier

(Amilcar E Fortier, New Orleans LA.)

Foss

(Al Foss, Rosemead CA.)

Foster

(Joe Foster & Floyd Simpson, Anderson SC.)

Foster

(H C Foster, Vanport PA.)

Foster

(Sidney Foster)

Foster, Wikner Aircraft

Fouga

Found

(Found Aircraft Development Inc, Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada.)

Four Winds

Fournier

(René Fournier, Avions Fournier)

Fowler

((Robert G) Fowler Corp, San Francisco CA.)

Fowler

(Harland D Fowler, New Brunswick NJ.)

Fowler

(A C Fowler, Hurricane WV.)

Fowler

(Donald Fowler and Francis Gallant, Boston MA.)

Fox

(Alfred C Fox, Beaverton OR.)

Foxcon Aviation

(Foxcon Aviation & Research Pty, Mackay, Queensland, Australia)

Frakes Aviation

Frame

(Augustus J Frame, Columbus OH.)

Francis

(Royal N "Roy" Francis, Santa Clara area CA.)

Francis-Angell

(Jerry Francis & Harold Angell, Lansing MI.)

Frank

(Otto Frank)

Franklin

(Franklin Aircraft Corp (first as Joy Mfg Co), Franklin PA)

Franklin

(Deward Franklin, Boulder City NV.)

Franklin

(Willy Franklin)

Franklyn

(George Franklyn)

Frati

(aircraft designed by Stelio Frati, but produced by various manufacturers)

Frederick-Ames

(Frederick-Ames Research Corp, Anaheim CA.)

Freebird

(Freebird Airplane Company)

Freedom Aviation

Freedom Lite

(Freedom Lite Inc, Walton, Ontario, Canada)

Freedom Master

(Freedom Master Corp, Merritt Island FL.)

Free Spirit

(Free Spirit Aircraft Co Inc, Huntington Beach CA.)

Freewing

((Hugh) Schmittle Aircraft (with Odile Legeay), Annapolis MD. )

Freeze

(Joseph C Freeze (or Freese?), Kansas City KS.)

Freiberger

(Ronald Freiberger)

Frenard

(Fred N Arnoldi, Columbus OH.)

Fresh Breeze

(Fresh Breeze GmbH & Co Kg, Wedemark, Germany)

Freüller Valls

Friedrichshafen

(Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen G.m.b.H.)

Frier

(John Frier, 5833 Julian St, SDt Louis MO.)

Friesley

(Friesley (Harold Friesleben) Aircraft Corp, Gridley CA.)

Froebe

Froberg

(Froberg Aeroplane Co, Richmond CA.)

Frontier Aircraft Inc

(Vail, Colorado, United States)

FRuBA

(Flugzeug Reparatur und Bau Anstalt - aircraft repair and manufacturing facility / Julius Kolin)

Fry

(Fry Aircraft Design, Wilen bei Wollerau, Switzerland)

FSS

(Gerhard Winkler / Johannes Höntsch / Flugsportgruppe Schönhagen)

FTAG Esslingen

(Flugtechnische Arbeitsgemeinschaft an der Fachhochschule Esslingen -Hochschule für Technik e.V.)

Fuji

(Fuji Jukogyo Kabushiki Kaisha)

Fujinawa

(Eiichi Fujinawa)

Fukudu

(Fukudu Kei Hikoki Seisakusho - Fukudu light Aeroplane Manufacturing Works)

Fukunaga

(Fukunaga Hikoki Seisakusho - Fukunaga Aeroplane Manufacturing Works)

Fuller-Hammond

(Skycraft Industries (fdrs: George B Fuller & Wilbur A Hammond), 350 Washington Blvd, Venice CA.)

Fulton

(Fulton Aircraft Div, Flight Training Research Assn Inc, Continental Corp (military training devices).)

Funk

(R R Funk, Cincinnati OH.)

Funk

(Akron Aircraft Co Inc (fdrs: Joseph & Howard Funk, with a business consortium), 277 Brown St, Akron OH)

Funk

(Otto & Peter Funk)

Funk

(Don D Funk Aviation Co, Broken Arrow OK. )

FVA

(Flugwissenschaftliche Vereinigung Aachen)

FVM

(Flygkompaniets Verkstäder at Malmen)

FWA

(Flugzeugwerke Altenrhein AG)

Fyodorov

(E.S. Fyodorov)


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