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List of aircraft (H)

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

H

Hackel

(Yakov Modestovich Gakkel)

Hackenberger

(A L Hackenberger, San Antonio TX. 1938: Las Vegas NV.)

Hadley & Blood

(C O Hadley, Mineola NY.)

Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk

(Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk - Navy aircraft factory)

Haeco

(Robert Hatfield, Imperial CA.)

Haessler

(Helmut Haessler)

Haessler-Villinger

Häfeli

(August Häfeli)

Hafner

(Raoul Hafner)

Hagness

(Ernest Hagness, Portland TX.)

HAI

(Hellenic Aerospace Industry)

Haig

(Joseph Haig)

Haig

(Larry Haig)

Haig-K

(Haig-K Aircraft Corp, Swedsford Rd, Paoli PA.)

Haigh

(Henry Haigh, Howell MI.)

Haim

(Haim Aviation Inc.)

Haines

(Frank J Haines, Daytona Beach FL and Detroit MI.)

Halberstadt

(Halberstädter Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H.)

Halbronn

(Robert Halbronn & Todd)

Hales

(Hales Aircraft, Oklahoma City OK)

Hall

(Ernest C Hall, SWarren OH.)

Hall

(Robert P Hall, Searchlight NV.)

Hall

(Hall Aeroplane Company (Charles S Hall), 807 North Spring St, Los Angeles CA.)

Hall

(Robert "Bert" Hall & Porter Roberts, Lindsay OK.)

Hall

(Theodore P Hall Engr Corp, Spreckels Bldg, San Diego CA.)

Hall

(Springfield Aircraft Inc (fdr: Robert L Hall), Springfield MA.)

Hall Aluminium

(Charles Ward Hall Inc, Mamaroneck NY. 1927: Hall Aluminum Aircraft Corp, Buffalo NY.)

Halladay

(C L Halladay, Jackson MI.)

Hallas

(Charles Hallas, Northville MN.)

Haller

(Rudolf Haller)

Haller

(Oldřich haller)

Halligan

(Russel and Francis Halligan, Beardstown IL.)

Hallock

(Bruce Hallock, Austin TX.)

Halpin

((Thomas E) Halpin Development Co, Lunken Airport, Cincinnati OH)

Halpin-Huf

(Richard Halpin and Tom Huf,)

Halsmer

(Joseph L Halsmer, Lafayette IN.)

Halsted

{Barry Halsted} (Barry Halsted, Fountain Valley CA.)

Halton

(Halton Aero Club)

Hamble River, Luke & Co Limited

Hamburger

( Hamburger Flugzeugbau)

Hamilton

(Charles K Hamilton, Mineola NY.)

Hamilton

Hamilton

(J W Hamilton, Mineola NY.)

Hamilton

(Hamilton Helicopter Co, Baltimore MD.)

Hamilton

((Gordon B) Hamilton Aircraft Co Inc, Tucson AZ.)

Hamilton

(Hamilton Aerospace. San Antonio TX.)

Hamilton

(Tom Hamilton)

Hammer

(Russell Hammer, Indianapolis IN.)

Hammer-Hunt

(Altitude Unlimited Inc (Bob Hammer & Dick Hunt), Paine Field WA.)

Hammond

((Dean B) Hammond Aircraft Corp, Ann Arbor MI.)

Hampton

(Hampton Engr Co (Arnold & David Biermann, engrs at NACA), 310 Marshall St, Hampton VA.)

Hancock

(Allan Hancock Foundation (College), Santa Maria CA)

Handasyde

(Handasyde Aircraft Company, United Kingdom)

Hand-Hoffman

(Edgar Hand & Jack Hoffman, Susalito CA.)

Handley

(Wayne Handley, Greenfield CA.)

Handley Page

Handley Page (Reading)

Formed from assets of Miles Aircraft

Hanes

(Arnold Hanes, Los Angeles CA.)

Hanken

(William B Hanken, Monticello IA.)

Hannaford

Hannover

(Hannoversche Waggonfabrik A.G.)

Hanriot

Hansa-Brandenburg

(Hansa und Brandenburgische Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H.)

Hanseatische Flugzeug-Werke

Hansen

(Perry D Hansen, Lansing MI.)

Hansen

(Willam Hansen)

Hansen-Loock

(Lorrin L Hansen & Rev Carl H Loock, Rapid City SD.)

Hanson

(Carl L Hanson, Mercer Island WA.)

Hanuschke

HAPI

(HAPI Engines)

Harbin (HAMC)

Hardwick-Whittenbeck

(Dennis Hardwick & Clem Whittenbeck, Joplin MO.)

Harlequin

(Harlequin Flying Club, San Francisco CA..)

Harley-Stromer

(Oregon Aircraft Co (Mayor Harley and Gus Stromer), Astoria OR)

Harlow

(Harlow Aircraft Corp (pres: J B Alexander), Alhambra CA.)

Harmening's High Flyers

(Genoa, Illinois, United States)

Harmon

(Harmon Engineering Company)

Harmon

(C B Harmon)

Harmon

(George Richard Harmon, Richmond VA.)

Harmon

((D and John) Harmon Co Inc, Bakersfield CA..)

Harmon-Spellman

(Ralph Harmon & L L Spellman, Greenwood IN.)

Harper

((Jack L) Harper Aircraft Mfg Co, Bedford and Elyra OH)

Harper Aircraft

(Jacksonville, Florida, United States)

Harriman

(John Emery Harriman, Boston or Brookline MA.)

Harriman

((Frank H) Harriman Motor Works, South Glastonbury CT.)

Harriman

(H E Harriman, Mineola NY.)

Harris

(Richard Hillman Harris, Atlanta GA.)

Harris

(Douglas Harris, Pawtucket RI.)

Harris

(Vernon C Harris, Heyworth IL.)

Harris

(J Warren Harris, Vernal, Utah, United States)

Harrison

(Charles D Harrison)

Harrison

(Bruce Harrison, Redding CA.)

Harth

(George Harth, The Dalles OR.)

Hartman

(Arthur J Hartman, Burlington IA)

Hartmann

(Hartmann Aircraft Corp, Jordan NY.)

Hartwig

(Hartwig Industries, San Antonio TX.)

Hartzell

(Hartzell Walnut Propeller Co, Piqua OH and Detroit MI.)

Harvard

(Harvard Aeronautical Society, Cambridge MA.)

HarvEd

(HarvEd Aircraft Co (Harvey Calbo & Edward F Smithana), 1515 Phillips Ave, Racine WI.)

Hash

(Jack Hash, Crosbyton TX.)

Hast

(George Hast)

Hastings

((Reed) Hastings Aeronautics Co, Hastings NB.)

HAT

(Hellenic Aeronautical Technologies)

Hatfield

(Bob & Cliff Hatfield, Imperial CA.)

Hatfield

(Milton Hatfield, Elkhart IN.)

Hatz

(John D Hatz, Schofield and Merril WI. c.1980: Dudley R Kelly, Versailles KY.)

Hatzenbuhler

(Howard F Hatzenbuhler, Mt Clemens MI.)

Haufe

(Walter H Haufe, Neenah WI.)

Hauptner

(Edward Hauptner, L:ong Island NY.)

Havertz

(Hermann Havertz)

Hawk

((Ernie) Hawk Industries Inc, Yucca Valley CA.)

Hawke

(Hawke Dusters (fdrs: Edwin R Hawke, John Cuneo), Modesto CA)

Hawker

(Hawker Aircraft ltd.)

Hawker-Siddeley

(Hawker Siddeley Aircraft (1935–1948) Hawker Siddeley Aviation (1948–1977) Parent company of Armstrong Whitworth, Avro, Hawker, and Gloster companies)

Hawks

((Frank) Hawks Aircraft Co, Springfield MA.)

Hayden-Clark-O'Day

(E E Hayden & Jess Clark, Visalia CA.)

Hayden-Payne-Kinney

Hayes

(O R Hayes, Charleston VA.)

Haynes

(Robin Haynes)

Haynes Aero

HB-Flugtechnik

(HB-Flugtechnik GmbH)

Headberg

(Headberg Aviation Inc.)

Heath

(Heath Aircraft Co Inc, 1721 Sedgwick St, Chicago)

Heath

(Malcolm R Heath, Warren OH.)

HECC

(Helicopter Engineering and Construction Corp, RI.)

Heckerson

(Harold Heckerson (Hickerson?), Stoner Rd, Fostoria OH.)

Hege

(Paul Peter Hege, Sedgwick, KS.)

Hegy

(Ray C Hegy, Marfa TX.)

Hegy-Zunker

(Raymond C Hegy and Norman W Zunker, Hartford WI.)

Heimann-Beachey

((M A) Heimann-(Hillery) Beachey Aeroplane Mfg Co, St Louis MO.)

Heimbächer

(Fritz Heimbächer)

Heinemann

(George (Gernot W) Heinemann, Bellingham WA.)

Heinkel

(Ernst Heinkel A.G.)

(HD - Heinkel Doppeldecker)

(HE - Heinkel Eindecker)

(He - Heinkel (RLM designator))

Heinonen

Heinrich

((Albert S and Arthur) Heinrich Aeroplane Co, Baldwin NY, and Victor Aircraft Corp, Freeport NY.)

Heintz

see Zenith or Zenair

Heinz (aircraft constructor)

Heiserman

(Charles Heiserman, Iron Mountain MI.)

Heldeberg Designs

(Altamont, New York, United States)

Heli-Sport

(Heli-Sport, Turin, Italy)

Helibras

(Helicopteros do Brasil S/A)

Helicom

(Helicom Inc, Long Beach CA)

Helicop-Air

Helicop-Jet

Helicopters Inc

(Reformed and renamed from Bendix Helicopters Inc, Stratford CT.)

Helicópteros

(Helicópteros de Bolivia SRL / Helicóptero nacional / Helicóptero Boliviano)

Helio

(1956: Helio Corp & Aeronca Aircraft Corp, Pittsburg KS. c.1959: Helio Aircraft Corp, Pittsburg KS. Helio Aircraft Corp, Norwood MA. 1969: Helio Aircraft Co div of General Aircraft Corp. 1984: Acquired by Aerospace Technology Industries. 1989: Acquired by Aircraft Acquisition Corp and revived as Helio Aircraft Corp, Morgantown WV. 1992: Helio Enterprises Inc)

Heliopolis

(Heliopolis Aircraft Works)

Helios

Helite

(A brand of La Mouette, Messigny, France)

Helle-Franklin

Helmerichs

(Henry Helmerichs, Ryegate MT.)

Helowerks

(Helowerks, Hampton Virginia)

Helwan Aircraft Factory

(Helwan / Egyptian General Aero Organisation / Factory No.36)

Hemstreet

(S Hemstreet, Chattanooga TN.)

Hendershott

(Ward & Bruce Hendershott, Sioux City IA.)

Henderson Aero Specialties

(Felton, Delaware, United States)

Henderson-Glenny

Hendrick

(C J Hendrick, Middletown NJ.)

Hendrickson

(O J Hendrickson, Middletown NJ.)

Hendy

Hennessey

(James R Hennessey)

Hennesy

(Gerald Hennesy, Washington DC.)

Hennion

(Emile Hennion)

Henri Farman

Hensley

(Edward F Hensley, Oklahoma City OK.)

Henschel

(Henschel Flugzeugwerke A.G.)

Herbst

(Frank Herbst, Wilmington NC.)

HERC

(Helicopter Engineering and Research Corporation)

Hereter

(Talleres Hereter - Barcelona)

Herff

(Adolph P Herff & Orval H Snyder, San Antonio and Boeme TX.)

Hergt

Hermann

(Ateliers Fred Herrmann)

Hernandez

(Frank Hernandez, San Diego CA.)

Herr

(Harold D Herr, Millersville PA.)

Herren

((Wilson) Herren Aeronautical Corp, Barrington IL.)

Herrick

(Gerald & Myron Herrick, Philadelphia PA)

Hershfield

(Harry A Hershfield Jr, Santa Rosa NM.)

Hervey

(George H Hervey, San Fernando CA.)

Herzog

(R D Herzog (Herzog Bros), Harvard NE.)

HESA

(a.k.a.Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industries Corporation (IAMI))

Hesley

(Bob Hesley, Houston TX.)

Hess

((Adrian T & Aubrey W) Hess Aircraft Co Inc, Van Alstyne Blvd, Wyandotte MI.)

Heston

Heuberger

(Lawrence K Heuberger, El Paso TX and Los Alamitos CA.)

Hewa Technics

HFB

(Hamburger Flugzeugbau GmbH)

HFL-Flugzeugbau

Hickman

(Orville H Hickman, Minneapolis MN.)

Hidde

(Leo A Hidde, Milwaukee WI.)

Higgins

((Andrew J & Frank O) Higgins Industries Inc, New Orleans LA.)

Higgins

(J H Higgins, Bunkburnett TX.)

Higley

(Clarence Higley, Cummings KS.)

Higher Class Aviation

Hild-Marshonet

((Frederick C) Hild-(Edward F) Marshonet, Hempstead NY. )

Hill

Hill

(Topeka, KS)

Hill

(John Hill, Enid OK.)

Hill-Kemman

(Keith Hill and Roger Kemman)

Hiller

(Stanley Hiller (Sr), Alameda CA.)

Hiller

(1942: (Stanley) Hiller Industries, Berkeley CA. 1944: United Helicopters Inc (Hiller & Henry J Kaiser), 625 El Camino Real, Palo Alto CA. c.1952: Hiller Helicopters. 1961: Acquisition by Eltra Corp, a holding company. 1964: Fairchild-Hiller Corp. 1973: Hiller Aviation. 1984: Fairchild-Hiller assets sold to Rogerson Aircraft Corp as Rogerson-Hiller, Port Angeles WA. 1994: Hiller Aircraft Corp, Newark CA, established when Jeffrey Hiller (son of Stanley) led an investment consortium to repurchase the assets from Rogerson-Hiller Corp.)

Hillman

(Hillman Helicopters, Paso Robles, California and Stellar Airpark, Chandler, Arizona.)

Hillson

(F.H. Hills & Sons)

Hilton

(Hilton Aircraft Co, 621 W Douglas, Wichita.)

Hinchman

(Hinchman Aircraft Company)

Hindustan

(Hindustan Aeronautics Limited or HAL, India)

Hinkler

Hino

(Kumazo Hino)

Hinz

(L and B Hinz, Filderstadt, Germany)

Hipp's Superbirds

Hippsich

Hirosho

(Hiro Kaigun Kosho - Hiro Naval Arsenal)

Hirsch

(Rene Hirsch - M.Aé.R.C. Moyens Aérodynamiques de Régulation et de Controle)

Hirt

(Hirt Aircraft Corp, Hemet CA.)

Hirtenberg

Hirth

Hirth

Hise

((Fred H) Hise Aircraft Co, Gratiot Ave Airport, Detroit MI.)

Hispano

(Hispano Aviación)

Historical

(Historical Aircraft Corporation, Nucla, Colorado, United States)[57]

Hitachi

Hatfield Man Powered Aircraft Club (HMPAC)

Hobbycopter

(Adams-Wilson Helicopters Inc, Lakewood CA.)

Hockaday

((Noel R) Hockaday Aircraft Corp, Burbank CA. )

Hocke

Hocker-Denien

(A Hocker, Evansville IN. 1961: Ralph R Denien, Indianopolis IN.)

Hodek

Hodgdon

(L M (and T A?) Hodgdon, Detroit MI.)

Hodgson

(Edward R Hodgson IV, 125 S Millodge, Athens GA.)

Hodkinson

(Valley Mfg Div, (W W) Hodkinson Aircraft Corp, Glendale CA.)

Hoefelman

(Charles D Hoefelman, Mineral Wells TX.)

Hoff

(Joseph Hoff, CA.)

Hoff

(C D Hoff, Chicago IL.)

Hoffman

(Raoul J Hoffman, St Petersburg FL.)

Hoffman

(Edward C Hoffman, St Petersburg FL.)

Hoffmann

(Wolf Hoffmann)

Hogan-Moyer

((Robert J) Hogan-(Jarrett G) Moyer Aircraft Corp, 226 Wolf St, Syracuse NY.)

Hogdon

(L M & T A Hogdon, Detroit MI.)

Hogue

(Alton H Hogue, Boulder CO.)

Holbrook

((Arthur Erritt) Holbrook Helicopter Aeroplane Co (pres: L B Durnil), Joplin MO)

Holcomb

(Jerry Holcomb, Vancouver WA.)

Holeka

(W J Holeka, Sacramento CA.)

Holl

(Fred T Hollman, Parkesburg PA.)

Hollandair

Hollandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek

Holleville

(Roger Holleville)

Hollman

(Winther-Hollman Aircraft Inc, Cupertino CA.)

Holloway & Wallace

(H H Holloway & A J Wallace, Los Angeles CA.)

Hollsmidt

Holman

(C B and Clarence T Holman, Rawlins WY.)

Honda

(Honda Motor Co, Greensboro NC.)

Honey

(Ray Honey, Bourbonnais IL.)

Hongdu

Hongxing

Hønningstad

Honroth

(Edward Honroth)

Hönsch

(Gerhard Winkler / Johannes Höntsch / Flugsportgruppe Schönhagen)

Hooten

((Orval M) Hooten Aircraft Co, Springfield IL.)

Hopfner

(Flugzeugbau Hopfner GmbH)

Hopkins

(Robert S Hopkins, Reidsville NC.)

Hopkins & Meade

(W F Hopkins & T A Meade, San Diego CA.)

Hopper

(Bruce Hopper, Dallas TX.)

Hoppi-copter

(1945: Hoppi-copters Inc (fdr: Horace T Pentecost), Boeing Field, Seattle WA. 1954: Capital Helicopter Corp.)

Hordern-Richmond

(Hordern-Richmond aircraft Ltd.)

Horn

(Mark V Horn, West Palm Beach FL.)

Horten

Horton

(William E Horton, Santa Ana CA.)

Hoshino

(Yonezo Hoshino)

Hosler

(Russell A "Curly" Hosler, Huntington IN.)

Houde

(Patrice Houde, Reichshoffen, France)

Houstee

(Richard & Katherine Houstee, Memphis TN.)

Hovey

(Robert W. Hovey)

Howard

(Howard aircraft Corporation)

Howard

((D U) Howard Aero Inc, San Antonio TX. 1963: Acquired by Alamo Aero Service as Howard Aero Mfg Co, Div of Business Aircraft Corp.)

Howard Wright

Howell

(Tyler Howell, Jonesville MI.)

Howell

(Phil Howell, Christiansburg VA.)

Howell-Lutzky

(W T Howell & Victor Lutzky, Detroit MI.)

Howland

(Howland Aero Design, DeBary FL.)

Hoyle

Hoynik

(Steve W Hoynik, Milwaukee WI.)

HPK

(HPK Aircraft Associates (Harold Hayden, Art Payne, and Robert Kinney of Engle Flying Service), Delaware Valley PA.)

Hruby

(J Hruby, Riverwoods IL.)

HTM

(Helikopter Technik München)

Huabei

(Huabei Machinery Factory)

Hubertec

(Aach, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)

Huc-Raynaud-Guiraud

(Alfred Huc - André Raynaud - Charles Guiraud)

Hudson

(Sandy Hudson Jr, Black Mountain NC.)

Hudson

(Sanders V Hudson & William B Harris, Black Mountain NC)

Hudson & O'Brien

(John Hudson & Clifton O'Brien, San Francisco CA.)

Huey-Bulmer

(R V Huey and John W Bulmer, Valley Center KS.)

Huff-Daland

(Huff-Daland Airplane Co, Bristol PA.)

Hüffer

(Flugzeugbau Julius Hüffer)

Huffman

(Glen Huffman Aircraft Co, Detroit MI.)

Hughes

(C A Hughes Jr, Elon College NC.)

Hughes

(George Andrew Hughes, 1507 Garfield St (dba King of Flight Aircraft Co, 3830 Touzalin Ave), Lincoln NB.)

Hughes Hughes Aircraft, Hughes Helicopters

(1934: (Howard R) Hughes Development Co, Glendale CA; 1936: Hughes Aircraft Div, Hughes Tool Co, Culver City, Burbank CA. 1948: Aircraft Div, Hughes Tool Co. 1972: Hughes Helicopters Div, Summa Corp. 1984: Helicopter Div acquired by McDonnell-Douglas.)

Hughes

Hugo

(Adolph B Hugo, Tulsa OK.)

Hulbert

(Dane Hulbert)

Humber

(designed by Hubert Le Blon)

Humbert

(Jean-Jacques Humbert)

Hummel

((J Morry) Hummel Aircraft, Bryan OH.)

Hunt

(A E Hunt, Jetmore KS.)

Hunt

(Bill Hunt, Moneta (Los Angeles) CA.)

Hunt

((Henry) Hunt Aircraft Mfg Co, Fiskeville RI.)

Hunt-Rettig

(Ralph V Hunt & William Rettig, Kansas City MO.)

Hunter

(Charles Hunter, Chicago IL.)

Hunting Aircraft

Hunting-Percival

Huntington

((Howard) Huntington Aircraft Co Inc, New York NY.)

Huntington

(Huntington Airplane Co, Huntington WV.)

Hurd

(E P Hurd Co, Aeronautic Div, 5820 Fischer Ave, Detroit MI.)

Hurel-Dubois

(Avions Hurel-Dubois)

Hürkus

(Vecihi Hürkus)

Hurlburt

(Mildred Caldwell, Margaret Hurlburt, Anna Logan, Cleveland OH.)

Hurry

(LeRoy Hurry)

Hurst

((J W) Hurst Aeroplane & Motor Co (pres: I J O'Malley), Terre Haute IN.)

Husk

(Bill Husk, Dublin GA.)

Husky

(Caribbean Traders Inc, Miami FL.)

Hutchinson

(Hutchinson Aircraft Co, Bay St Louis MS.)

Hütter

(Ulrich Hütter and Wolfgang Hütter)

Hy-Tek Hurricane


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