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List of aircraft (T)

This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'T'.

T

Tachihi

(New Tachikawa Aircraft Company Ltd (新立川飛行機株式会社 Shin Tachikawa Kōkūki Kabushiki Kaisha)

Tachikawa

(Tachikawa Aircraft Company Limited (立川飛行機株式会社, Tachikawa Kōkūki K.K.?))

Taft

((Philip E) Taft Airplane Corp, Elizabeth City NC. 1930: Acquired by Whittlesey Ltd.)

Taggart

(United States)

Ta-Ho-Ma

(Ta-Ho-Ma Airplane & Motor Co (pres: B H Vanderveld), 64 W Randolph St, Chicago IL.)

TAI

(Turkish Aerospace Industries)

Taina

(Beau and Ryan Berkley, Paradise CA.)

Tairov

(Designer: Vsevolod Konstantinovich Tairov)

Taiwan Dancer Aviation

(Taiwan Dancer Technology Co., Ltd, Nan Gang Village, Da Yuan Township, Tao Yuan County, Taiwan)

Takasou

(Takayuki Takasou)

Take Off GmbH

(Hamm, Germany)

Tallmantz

(Tallmantz Aviation Inc (merger: Paul Mantz, Frank Tallman), Orange Co Airport, Santa Ana CA.)

Tamai

(Seitaro Tamai & Terutaka Tamai)

Tampier

(René Tampier)

Tandem Aircraft KG

(Saulgau, Germany)

Tangent

(Tangent Aircraft)

Tapanee

(Tapanee Aviation, Inc.)

TAT

(Tunisia Aero Technologies)

Tatin

(Victor Tatin)

Tatra

(Ringhoffer-Tatra Works ltd.)

Taubman

( S Taubman Aircraft Co, 40 South Howard St, Akron OH. )

Taylor

(John Taylor)

Taylor

(Fred taylor)

Taylor

((H B) Taylor Automobile Works, 1119 11th St, Las Vegas NM.)

Taylor

(Truman F Taylor, Honolulu HI.)

Taylor

(Thomas Taylor)

Taylor

(Moulton B "Molt" Taylor, Chehalis and Longview WA.)

Taylor

(L A Taylor, Longview TX.)

Taylor

(Merton Taylor, Whitewater WI.)

Taylor

(Ralph Taylor)

Taylor

(Donald E Taylor, Evansville IN.)

Taylor

(Taylor Aero Industries, Westminster CA.)

Taylor Brothers Aircraft Company

( Taylor Bros Aircraft Co, Emery Field, Bradford PA.)

Taylorcraft

(Taylorcraft Aviation Corporation, Alliance, 27 D St, Bradford.)

Taylorcraft

(Taylorcraft Aviation Corp (Charles & Dorothy Feris), Alliance OH.)

Taylorcraft Aeroplanes (England) Limited

TC's Trikes

(Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee, USA)

Team Mini-Max

Team Rocket

(Team Rocket of Texas, United States)

Team Tango

(Williston, Florida, United States)

Tech Aero

(Glisolles, France)

TechHaus

(Lady GaGa art house)

Technoavia

Technoflug

TechProAviation

(Olomouc, Czech Republic)

Tecnam

(Construzione Aeronautiche Tecnam)

Tefft

(Leon Tefft, Chicago IL.)

Tellier Brothers

(Société Alphonse Tellier et Cie à Neuilly)

Teman Aircraft

Temco

( Texas Engineering & Mfg Co Inc (fdr: Robert McCulloch, H L Howard), Dallas TX. )

Tennessee Propellers

(Normandy, Tennessee, United States)

Teradako-ken

Teratorn

Tereshchyenko

(Fedor Fedorovich Tereshchyenko)

Terle

(Joseph Terle, Long Island NY.)

Termite

(Termite Aircraft (fdr: Wilbur L Smith), Bloomington IL)

Terrafugia

(Terrafugia (pres: Carl Dietrich), Woburn MA.)

Terrell & Larson

(E E Terrell & B Larsen, 3145 Cuthbert St, Oakland CA.)

Terrier

(Airworthy Airplane Co, Chicago IL.)

Terril

(Howard L Terril, Torrance CA.)

Tervamäki

(Jukka Tervamäki)

Terzi Aerodyne

Tesori

(Robert Tesori)

Tessier

(Rene Tessier)

TeST

(TeST sro (Division of Comp-Let sro), Velké Meziříĉi)

Teston

(Georgia)

Texas

(Texas A&M College Aircraft Research Center. / Fred E. Weick)

Texas

Texas Helicopter

(Texas Helicopter Corporation )

TGA

(Talleres Generales de Aviación)

Thaden

( (Herbert von) Thaden Metal Aircraft Co, Oakland Airport and San Francisco CA)

Thalman

(Harry J Thalman, Salt Lake City UT.)

Thatcher

Thalerhof

The Butterfly

(The Butterfly Aircraft LLC)

Theiss Aviation

(Salem, Ohio, United States)

THK

(Türk Hava Kurumu - Turkish Air League)

  • THK-01 - WĘDRYCHOWSKI, J. & DULĘBA, Leszka & ROGALSKI, Stanisław & TEISSEYRE, Jerzy - Türk Hava Kurumu
  • THK-2[16]
  • THK-03 - JACOBS, Hans & DFS - (DFS Habicht)
  • THK-04 - SSCB - Türk Hava Kurumu (АНТОНОВ УС-4 (Antonov US-4))
  • THK-5[16]
  • THK-5A[16]
  • THK-07 - Antonov, Oleg Konstantinovich & SSBC - Türk Hava Kurumu (Antonov PS-2)
  • THK-09 - SCHAWROW, W. B. & SSCB - Türk Hava Kurumu
  • THK-10
  • THK-13
  • THK-14[16]
  • THK-15
  • THK-16 Mehmetçik (Turkish: "Little Mehmet"[1])
  • THK-TAYSU (Tarimsal Havacilik ve Yangin Söndürme Uçagi)

Thomas-Morse

(Thomas-(Frank L) Morse (Morse Chain Co) Aircraft Corp, Ithaca NY.)

Thomas

(Walter J Thomas, Chicago IL.)

Thomas

(M A Thomas, Pasadena CA.)

Thompson

(De Lloyd Thompson, Cicero IL. Built by Charles H Day at Griffith Park, Los Angeles CA.)

Thompson

(Milford H Thompson, Eagle Grove IA)

Thompson

((R Lavin) Thompson Aircraft Co, Los Angeles CA.)

Thompson

(Paul R Thompson, Independence MO.)

Thompson

(Earl O Thompson, Marshalltown IA.)

Thompson

(B B Thompson, Belle WV.)

Thompson

(Carl Thompson, Wakefield MA.)

Thompson

(W Z Thompson, Harrodsburg KY.)

Thompson

((Richard) Thompson Aircraft Co, Philadelphia PA.)

Thompson-Balbone

(Ralph & Harry Thompson.)

Thor

Thorp

(Thorp Aircraft Co, Pacoima CA.) Data from:[18]

  • Thorp T-1 - 1931 Design study of a two place light plane.[2]
  • Thorp T-2 - 1932 Design study.[2]
  • Thorp T-3 - 1933 Two/four-place, all-metal, retractable, built by Rudy Paulic.[2]
  • Thorp T-4 - 1934 Design study.[2]
  • Thorp T-5 - 1935 Tandem two-place trainer, built by Boeing School.[2]
  • Thorp T-6 - 1936 Modified T-5 with tricycle landing gear, built by Boeing School.[2]
  • Thorp T-7 - 1939 Design study of an all-wood airplane.
  • Thorp T-8 - 1940 Design study.
  • Thorp T-9 - 1941 Design study.
  • Mod 33 1942 Lockheed Little Dipper single-place for flying infantryman.
  • Mod 34 1943 Lockheed Big Dipper two-place single-engine pusher.
  • Thorp T-10 - 1944 Series "I" Sky Skooter - Taildragger - proposed engine Franklin 2AC-99 50 hp.
  • Thorp T-11 - 1945 Sky Skooter, 65 hp (48 kW) Lycoming O-145. FAR Part 23 certification.
  • Thorp TL-1 - 1948 Design study - Liaison Aircraft.
  • Thorp T-111 - 1953 Sky Skooter, 75 hp (56 kW) Lycoming O-145. FAR Part 23 certification.
  • Thorp T-211 - 1963 Sky Skooter, 100 hp (75 kW) Continental O-200. FAR Part 23 certification.
  • Thorp T-12 - 1945-50 Design study.
  • Thorp T-13 - 1950 FL-23, high wing observation prototype built by Fletcher Aviation.
  • Thorp T-14 - 1951 FD-25, "Defender" armed light plane, 225 hp (168 kW) Continental, by Fletcher Aviation.
  • Thorp T-15 - 1952 FU-24, agricultural aircraft for Aerial Topdressing market, prototype built by Fletcher Aviation, large scale production in New Zealand.
  • Thorp T-16 - 1956-58 180 hp, Piper Cherokee preliminary design. PA-28 first built with 150 hp (110 kW).
  • Thorp T-17 - 1958 Wing Derringer original design. Began as twin engine Skooter.
  • Thorp T-18 Tiger - 1960 All-metal two-place, high-performance homebuilt.
    • Don Taylor's T-18 was first homebuilt to fly around the world.
    • Clive Canning flew his T-18 from Australia to England and return.
  • Thorp T-19 - 1962 Design study - Four-place, twinjet aircraft using Williams Research engine.
  • Thorp T-20 - 1971 Design study - Single-place, open-cockpit sport plane
  • Thorp T-21 - 1971 Design study - Utility airplane.
  • Thorp T-22 - 1972 Design study - Sport plane.
  • Thorp T-23 - 1972 Design study - Single-place high-performance sport plane.
  • Thorp SE5-F replica - Prototype built.
  • Thorp T-28 - 1974 Design study - Two-place, twin-engine airplane based on the T-18.

Thornton

(Kenneth Montee, Santa Monica CA.)

Thrush Aircraft

Thruster Air Services

(Langworth, Lincoln, England, United Kingdom)

Thunder Wing

(Kenneth Montee, Santa Monica CA.)

Thunderbird

(Kenneth Montee, Santa Monica CA.)

Thulinverken

Thurston

( Thurston Aircraft Corp, Sanford ME. )

THvK (KIBM)

(Turk Hava Kuvvetleri, Kayseri Hava Ikmal Bakim Merkezi Komutanligi - Turkish Air Force, Kayseri Air Supply and Maintenance Centre Command)

Tiffany

(Sarter Tiffany)

Tiger

(Tiger Aircraft LLC, Martinsburg WV)

Tiger Club Development

Tijuana

(Tijuana Aircraft Co. / Waterhouse / BAJA California / Compañía Aérea de Construcción y Transportes)

Tikhonravov

Tilbury

(Owen R Tilbury, Normal IL. Tilbury & (Clarence) Fundy, Bloomington IL or IN.)

Time Warp Aircraft

(Lakeland, Florida, United States)

Timm

(O W (Otto William) Timm Aircraft Corp, 901 N San Fernando Rd, Glendale CA.)

Timofeyev

(Viktor Timofeyev)

Tipsy

(Avions Tipsy) See also List of aircraft (0-A)#Avions Fairey

Tipton

(George W "Billy" Tipton, Old Richards Airport, Kansas City MO)

Tisserand

(Designer: Claude Tisserand)

Tissot-Charbonnier

Titan

(Titan Aircraft, Austinburg Ohio)

TL Ultralight

(TL Ultralight, Hradec Králové)

TM

(TM Aircraft (W Terry Miller), Furlong PA.)

TMM Avia

TNCA

(Talleres Nacionales de Construcciones Aeronáuticas - national aviation workshops) see also Azcárate

Todd

(Edgar B Todd, Douglas WY. 1929: Pueblo CO.)

Todd

(Edward Todd, Madison WI.)

Tokorozawa

(Tokorozawa Aviation School)

Tokyo

(Tokyo Koku KK - Tokyo Aviation Company Ltd.)

Tokyo Gasu Denki

Tokyo University

(Tokyo Teikoku Deigaku - Tokyo Imperial University)

Tomalesky

((Peter) Tomalesky Aviation, Umatilla FL.)

Tomark

(Tomark s.l.o., Presov)

Tomashevich

(Dmitri L. Tomashevich)

To-Mi Aviation

(Labem, Czech Republic)

Topliff

(Oliver Topliff, Springfield IL.)

Torigai

(Shigesaburo Torigai)

Towle

(Towle Aircraft Co., Detroit MI.)

Townsend

(Gid Townsend, Ocala FL.)

Townsend

(K R Townsend, Tulsa OK.)

Toyo

(Toyo Aircraft Manufacturing Co. (Toyo Koku Kabushiki Kaisha))

Toyota

Toys 4 Boys

Trago Mills

(Trago Mills Ltd (Aircraft Division))

Trainair

(Trainair Mfg Co, 1610 Sutter St, San Francisco CA.)

Trans-Florida

(Trans-Florida Aviation Inc (pres: David Lindsay), Sarasota FL. )

Transall

(International - Transport Allianz)

Transavia Corporation

Transcendental

(Transcendental Aircraft Corp (fdrs: Mario A Guerrieri, Robert Lichten, former Piaseski personnel), Glen Riddle PA and New Castle DE.)

Transland

(Transland Co, Torrance CA.)

Trautman

(Herbert Trautman)

Travel Air

(Travel Air Mfg Co (fdrs: Walter Beech, Clyde Cessna, Lloyd Stearman, pres: Walter P Innes Jr), 471 W First St, Wichita KS;)

Treadwell

(Walter L Treadwell, Walnut Creek CA.)

Trébucien

(Jean Trébucien)

Trecker

(Trecker Aircraft Corp (pres: F J Trecker), Milwaukee WI.)

Trefethen

(Alfred Trefethen, Lomita CA.)

Treffinger

(Edward Y Treffinger, Santa Monica CA.)

Trek Aerospace

(Trek Aerospace Inc, Folsom, CA, USA)

Trella

( (Frank, Fred, George, Henry & Joe) Trella Aircraft, 1269 E Grand Blvd, Detroit MI.)

Tremaine

(Pacific Aircraft Co (fdr: William D Tremaine), Brea CA.)

Trésy

Tri-R

(Tri-R Technologies, Oxnard CA.)

Tridair

(Tridair Helicopters Inc.)

Trident

(Trident Aircraft Corp (fdrs: Chuck Herbst, Percy Spencer) Vancouver BC.)

TrikeBuggy

(TrikeBuggy Inc, Santa Barbara, California, United States)

Trike Icaros

(Trike Icaros Industria Aeronautica Ltda, São Paulo, Brazil)

Trimmer

(Gilbert Trimmer, New York NY.)

Trimouille

(Jean-Pierre Trimouille, France)

Triton

(Triton Aircraft Co, Sausalito CA.)

Trixy

(Trixy Aviation Products GmbH, Dornbirn, Austria)

Trotter

(Larry G Trotter, Auburn WA.)

Troy

(Troy Air Service (George B Cluett II, Guy A Ham, Edward Pattison), Falmouth Airport, Hatchville MA )

Troyer

(Kermit R Troyer, Comstock MI.)

True

(Roy True, Monroe WI.)

Truman

(John R Truman, Bandon OR.)

Trump

(Frederick L Trump, Newcastle DE.)

TRW

(Thompson Ramo Wooldridge Inc)

TsAGI

(Tsentrahl'nyy Aerodinamicheskiy i Ghidrodinamicheskiy Institoot- central aerodynamics and hydrodynamics institute) - Also written as CAHI or ZAGI.

TsKB

(Tsentrahl'noye konstrooktorskoye byuro - central construction bureau)

Tsuzuku

(Tetsusaburo Tsuzuku)

Tsybin

(Designer. P. V. Tsybin)

TU-Braunschweig, Institut für Luftfahrtmeßtechnik und Flugmeteorologie

see: Braunschweig

Tuareg

(Tuareg Aerobatics)

Tucker

(Tucker Aviation Co, Detroit MI.)

Tucker

(Tucker Aviation Co, Detroit MI.)

Tucker

(L G Tucker, Pittsburgh PA. c.1980: Greeneville TN.)

Tunison

((M C) Tunison Aircraft, Santa Ana CA.)

Tupolev

Turbay

(Sfreddo & Paolini S.A., Turbay S.A. / Alfredo Turbay)

Turner

(Bill Turner)

Turner

((Lawrence) Brown Aircraft Co, Montebello CA.)

Turner

( M L Turner, Oklahoma City OK. 1961: (Eugene L) Turner Aircraft, Fort Worth TX.)

Tuscar

(Management & Research Inc, New York NY.)

Tuxhorn

( Blaine M) Tuxhorn Flying School, Mid-Continent Air Transport (origin of Ozark Airlines), Kansas City KS.)

Twining

(H la V Twining, Los Angeles CA.)

Tyler

(William B Tyler, Detroit MI.)

Tyndall

(Joseph E Tyndall, Richmond VA.)


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