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#1 Advanced Landing Ground

Advanced Landing Grounds ( ALGs ) were temporary advance airfields constructed by the Allies during World War II during the liberation of Europe. They were built in the UK prior to the invasion and thereafter in northwest Europe from 6 June 1944 to V-E Day , 7 May 1945. It has been suggested that th

#2 Colombey-les-Belles Aerodrome

Colombey-les-Belles Aerodrome , was a temporary World War I airfield in France used by the Air Service of the American Expeditionary Force . It was located near Colombey-les-Belles , in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department in north-eastern France . Colombey-les-Belles Aerodrome 1st Air Depot Part of Am

#3 Fort Worth Meacham International Airport

Fort Worth Meacham International Airport ( Meacham Field ) ( IATA : FTW , ICAO : KFTW , FAA LID : FTW ) is a general aviation airport located near the intersection of Interstate 820 and Business U.S. Highway 287 in Fort Worth, Texas , United States. It is named after former Fort Worth Mayor Henry C.

#4 Burgos Airport

Burgos Airport [3] ( Spanish : Aeropuerto de Burgos [4] ) ( IATA : RGS , ICAO : LEBG ) , also known as Villafría , is an airport located 4 kilometres (2.5   mi) east of the historic center of Burgos , a city in Spain . The company Aeronova has its maintenance headquarters in Villafría. [5] Airport B

#5 Melitopol Air Base

Melitopol ( ICAO : UKDM ) is an air base of the Ukrainian Air Force located near Melitopol , Zaporizhzhia Oblast , Ukraine . Ukrainian Air Force base Melitopol Melitopol , Zaporizhzhia Oblast in   Ukraine Melitopol Shown within Zaporizhzhia Oblast Show map of Zaporizhzhia Oblast Melitopol Melitopol

#6 March Air Reserve Base

March Air Reserve Base ( IATA : RIV , ICAO : KRIV , FAA LID : RIV ) ( March ARB ), previously known as March Air Force Base ( March AFB ) is located in Riverside County , California between the cities of Riverside , Moreno Valley , and Perris . It is the home to the Air Force Reserve Command 's Four

#7 Tulsa Riverside Airport

Tulsa Riverside Airport ( IATA : RVS [2] , ICAO : KRVS , FAA LID : RVS ) is a city-owned, public-use airport located five   nautical miles (6   mi , 9   km ) south of the central business district of Tulsa , a city in Tulsa County, Oklahoma , United States. [1] The facility was known as Richard Lloy

#8 Naval Air Station Pensacola

Naval Air Station Pensacola or NAS Pensacola ( IATA : NPA , ICAO : KNPA , FAA LID : NPA ) (formerly NAS/KNAS until changed circa 1970 to allow Nassau International Airport, now Lynden Pindling International Airport , to have IATA code NAS), "The Cradle of Naval Aviation", is a United States Navy bas

#9 Montgomery County Airport (North Carolina)

Montgomery County Airport ( FAA LID : 43A ) is a public use airport located in Star , a city in Montgomery County , North Carolina , United States . It is owned and operated by Montgomery County. [1] Airport in Star, North Carolina Montgomery County Airport IATA : none ICAO : none FAA LID : 43A Summ

#10 RAF Newton

Royal Air Force station Newton or more simply RAF Newton ( ICAO : EGXN ) is a former Royal Air Force station located 7 miles (11   km) east of Nottingham , Nottinghamshire and 10.7 miles (17.2   km) south west of Newark-on-Trent , Nottinghamshire, England. It was used briefly as a bomber base for sq

#11 Hunsdon Airfield

Hunsdon Airfield is an airfield near Hunsdon , Hertfordshire and 2.8 miles (4.5   km) north of Harlow , Essex , England . As of 2021, it is used by a local microlight club. Airport in Near Ware, Hertfordshire Hunsdon Airfield RAF Hunsdon Air Ministry Map of RAF Hunsdon IATA : none ICAO : none Summar

#12 List of Breeze Airways destinations

This is a list of destinations that Breeze Airways has operated to as of August   2022 [update] . [1] Originally established in July 2018, the American low-cost airline launched operations in May 2021. It operates a fleet of Airbus A220 and Embraer E-Jet aircraft on routes within the United States.

#13 RCAF Station Aylmer

RCAF Station Aylmer was a Royal Canadian Air Force airfield that was built between late 1940 and June 1941 northeast of Aylmer, Ontario . [1] [2] [3] It was one of many built across Canada under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan during World War II . RCAF Station Aylmer Malahide, Ontario Ne

#14 Tri-City Airport (Kansas)

Tri-City Airport ( IATA : PPF , ICAO : KPPF , FAA LID : PPF ) is a public-use airport 12 miles west of Parsons , a city in Labette County, Kansas , United States. [1] It serves Coffeyville, Independence, and Parsons, Kansas. Airport in Kansas, United States of America For airports named Tri-Cities A

#15 Muara Bungo Airport

Muara Bungo Airport ( IATA : BUU , ICAO : WIJB ) is an airport in Muara Bungo , Jambi , Indonesia. The airport started operating on November 25, 2012. [1] [2] Airport in Jambi, Indonesia Muara Bungo Airport Bandar Udara Muara Bungo IATA : BUU ICAO : WIJB Summary Airport type Civil Operator Governmen

#16 RAF New Romney

Royal Air Force New Romney or more simply RAF New Romney is a former Royal Air Force Advanced Landing Ground located 3.9 miles (6.3   km) north east of Lydd , Kent , England . RAF New Romney RAF Honeychild [1] New Romney , Kent in   England RAF New Romney airfield, 1943 RAF New Romney Shown within K

#17 Redstone Arsenal

Redstone Arsenal ( RSA ) is a United States Army post and a census-designated place (CDP) adjacent to Huntsville in Madison County, Alabama , United States and is part of the Huntsville-Decatur Combined Statistical Area . The Arsenal is a garrison for various tenants across the Department of Defense

#18 RAF Lossiemouth

Royal Air Force Lossiemouth or more commonly RAF Lossiemouth or Lossie ( IATA : LMO , ICAO : EGQS ) is a military airfield located on the western edge of the town of Lossiemouth in Moray , north-east Scotland . Royal Air Force main operating base in Moray, Scotland RAF Lossiemouth Near Lossiemouth ,

#19 Alghero–Fertilia Airport

Alghero - Riviera del Corallo Airport ( Italian : Aeroporto di Alghero - Riviera del Corallo ; Catalan : L'Aeroport de l'Alguer-Fertília ) [1] ( IATA : AHO , ICAO : LIEA ) is an international airport situated 4.3   NM (8.0   km; 4.9   mi) north-northwest of the city of Alghero , in northern Sardinia

#20 Barwick–LaFayette Airport

Barwick–LaFayette Airport [2] ( FAA LID : 9A5 ) is a city-owned, public-use airport located one   nautical mile (2   km ) south of the central business district of LaFayette , a city in Walker County, Georgia , United States. [1] It is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for


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#1 Canadair CL-415

The Canadair CL-415 ( Super Scooper , [2] later Bombardier 415 ) and the De Havilland Canada DHC-515 are a series of amphibious aircraft built originally by Canadair and subsequently by Bombardier and Viking Air , and De Havilland Canada . The CL-415 is based on the Canadair CL-215 and is designed s

#2 Yakovlev Yak-25 (1947)

The Yakovlev Yak-25 was a Soviet military aircraft, an early turbojet-powered fighter aircraft designed by the Yakovlev OKB . The designation was later reused for a different interceptor design . Tasked by the Council of Ministers in a directive issued on 11 March 1947, with producing a straight win

#3 Airspeed Ambassador

The Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador is a British twin piston-engined airliner that was designed and produced by the British aircraft manufacturer Airspeed Ltd. It was one of the first postwar airliners to be produced. AS.57 Ambassador Dan-Air Ambassador at Bristol Airport in 1965 Role Airliner Type of air

#4 Avro Vulcan

The Avro Vulcan (later Hawker Siddeley Vulcan [1] from July 1963) [2] is a jet-powered , tailless , delta-wing , high-altitude, strategic bomber , which was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1956 until 1984. Aircraft manufacturer A.V. Roe and Company ( Avro ) designed the Vulcan in response

#5 Hawker Hunter

The Hawker Hunter is a transonic British jet-powered fighter aircraft that was developed by Hawker Aircraft for the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the late 1940s and early 1950s. It was designed to take advantage of the newly developed Rolls-Royce Avon turbojet engine and the swept wing , and was the

#6 Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II

The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is an American family of single-seat, single-engine, all-weather stealth multirole combat aircraft that is intended to perform both air superiority and strike missions. It is also able to provide electronic warfare and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissa

#7 Enola Gay

The Enola Gay ( / ə ˈ n oʊ l ə / ) is a Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber , named after Enola Gay Tibbets, the mother of the pilot, Colonel Paul Tibbets . On 6 August 1945, piloted by Tibbets and Robert A. Lewis during the final stages of World War II , it became the first aircraft to drop an atomic

#8 Hawker Siddeley Trident

The Hawker Siddeley HS-121 Trident (originally the de Havilland DH.121 and briefly the Airco DH.121 ) is a British airliner produced by Hawker Siddeley . In 1957, de Havilland proposed its DH.121 trijet design to a British European Airways (BEA) request. By 1960, de Havilland had been acquired by Ha

#9 Savoia-Marchetti SM.82

The Savoia-Marchetti SM.82 Marsupiale [2] was an Italian bomber and transport aircraft of World War II . It was a cantilever , mid-wing monoplane trimotor with a retractable, tailwheel undercarriage . There were 875 [3] (plus one prototype) built, the first entering service in 1940. Although able to

#10 Antonov An-26

The Antonov An-26 ( NATO reporting name : Curl ) is a twin-engined turboprop civilian and military transport aircraft , designed and produced in the Soviet Union from 1969 to 1986. [2] Soviet military transport aircraft An-26 An-26 of the Serbian Air Force Role Transport aircraft Type of aircraft Na

#11 Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk

The Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk is a retired American single-seat, twin-engine stealth attack aircraft developed by Lockheed 's secretive Skunk Works division and operated by the United States Air Force (USAF). It was the first operational aircraft to be designed with stealth technology . Single-seat,

#12 Emergency Fighter Program

The Emergency Fighter Program ( German : Jägernotprogramm ) was the program that resulted from a decision taken on July 3, 1944 by the Luftwaffe regarding the German aircraft manufacturing companies during the last year of the Third Reich . Fighter aircraft design competition in Germany during WW2.

#13 Caudron C.61

The Caudron C.61 was a French three-engined civil transport biplane aircraft built by the French aeroplane manufacturer Caudron . It was constructed of wood and covered in fabric. C.61 Role transport Type of aircraft Manufacturer Caudron First flight 1921 Status Retired

#14 Bristol S.S.A.

The Bristol S.S.A. , (Single-Seat Armoured), was an armoured scout built at Bristol in 1914 to fulfill a French government order. [1] S.S.A. Role Armoured scout Type of aircraft National origin England Manufacturer Bristol Designer Henri Coanda [1] First flight 8 May 1914 [1] Number built 1

#15 Sawyer Skyjacker II

The Sawyer Skyjacker II is an American homebuilt aircraft that was designed and produced by Ralph V. Sawyer of Lancaster, California , in 1974. It first flew on 3 July 1975. [1] The aircraft was intended as a research project and as such only one was built. [2] American homebuilt research aircraft S

#16 Nakajima Ki-44

The Nakajima Ki-44 Shoki (鍾馗, " Devil Queller ") [2] was a single-seat fighter - interceptor which was developed by the Nakajima Aircraft Company and operated by the Imperial Japanese Army from 1942 to 1945 during World War II . Its official designation was Army Type 2 Single-Seat Fighter (二式単座戦闘機)

#17 Airbus A300

The Airbus A300 is a wide-body airliner developed and manufactured by Airbus . In September 1967, aircraft manufacturers in the United Kingdom , France , and West Germany signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a large airliner. West Germany and France reached an agreement on 29 May 1969 aft

#18 Butler Blackhawk

The Butler Blackhawk and the Skyway from which it was developed were American three-seat open-cockpit single engine biplanes of the late 1920s that were built in small numbers immediately prior to having their intended production run interrupted by the onset of the Great Depression . American 1929 3

#19 ATOL 495

Atol is a two-seat kit amphibious aircraft with a wood composite structure. It is available in ultralight and light-sport aircraft (LSA) versions. Atol aircraft are produced by the Finnish company Atol Avion . ATOL 495 Role Sport amphibian Type of aircraft National origin Finland Manufacturer Atol A

#20 Lambach HL.I

The Lambach HL.1 was a one-off, simple tandem two seat trainer designed and built by members and ex-members of the Delft Student Aeroclub (DSA) in the Netherlands in the mid-1930s. HL.I Role Two seat sports and trainer aircraft Type of aircraft National origin Netherlands Manufacturer Delft Student


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#1 USS Corregidor

USS Corregidor (AVG/ACV/CVE/CVU-58) was the fourth of fifty Casablanca -class escort carriers built to serve the United States Navy during World War II . Launched in May 1943, and commissioned the following August, she was originally named for Anguilla Bay, in Maurelle Island , in the Alexander Arch

#2 List of aircraft carriers of the United States Navy

Aircraft carriers are warships that act as airbases for carrier-based aircraft . In the United States Navy , these consist of ships commissioned with hull classification symbols CV (aircraft carrier), CVA (attack aircraft carrier), CVB (large aircraft carrier), CVL (light aircraft carrier), CVN (air

#3 USS Williamson (DD-244)

USS Williamson (DD-244/AVP-15/AVD-2/APD-27) was a Clemson -class destroyer in the United States Navy during World War II . She was named for Commander William Price Williamson . Tender of the United States Navy History United States Namesake William Price Williamson Builder New York Shipbuilding Lai

#4 French seaplane carrier Commandant Teste

Commandant Teste was a large seaplane tender of the French Navy ( French : Marine Nationale ) built before World War II . She was designed to be as large as possible without counting against the Washington Treaty limits. During the Spanish Civil War , she protected neutral merchant shipping and play

#5 HMS Atheling

HMS Atheling (D51) was a Royal Navy Ruler-class escort carrier of the Second World War. She was a US built ship provided under lend lease and returned to the US at the end of hostilities. For other ships with the same name, see USS Glacier . HMS Atheling (D51) underway on 22 December 1943 History Un

#6 HMS Triumph (R16)

HMS Triumph was a Royal Navy Colossus -class light fleet aircraft carrier . She served in the Korean War and later, after reconstruction, as a support ship. 1946 Colossus-class light aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy For other ships with the same name, see HMS Triumph . This article has multiple is

#7 French submarine Surcouf

Surcouf was a large French gun-armed cruiser submarine of the mid 20th century. She carried two 8" guns as well as anti-aircraft guns and (for most of her career) a floatplane. Surcouf served in the French Navy and, later, the Free French Naval Forces during the Second World War . French submarine F

#8 USS Steamer Bay

USS Steamer Bay (CVE-87) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . She was named after Steamer Bay, located within Etolin Island , Alaska . Launched in February 1944, and commissioned in April, she served in support of the Invasion of Lingayen Gulf , the Invasion of Iwo Jima

#9 USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63)

USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) , formerly CVA-63 , is a decommissioned United States Navy supercarrier . She was the second naval ship named after Kitty Hawk, North Carolina , the site of the Wright brothers ' first powered airplane flight. Kitty Hawk was the first of the three Kitty Hawk -class aircraft ca

#10 HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08)

HMS Queen Elizabeth is the lead ship of the Queen Elizabeth class of aircraft carriers and the Fleet Flagship of the Royal Navy . Capable of carrying 60 aircraft including fixed wing, rotary wing and autonomous vehicles, [18] she is named in honour of the first HMS   Queen Elizabeth , a World War I

#11 List of aircraft carriers in service

This is a list of aircraft carriers which are currently in service, under maintenance or refit, in reserve, under construction, or being updated. An aircraft carrier is a warship with a full-length flight deck , hangar and facilities for arming, deploying, and recovering aircraft. [1] The list only

#12 HMS Implacable (R86)

HMS Implacable was the name ship of her class of two aircraft carriers built for the Royal Navy during World War II . Upon completion in 1944, she was initially assigned to the Home Fleet and attacked targets in Norway for the rest of the year. She was subsequently assigned to the British Pacific Fl

#13 Timeline for aircraft carrier service

Aircraft carriers have their origins during the days of World War I . The earliest experiments consisted of fitting temporary "flying off" platforms to the gun turrets of the warships of several nations, notably the United States and the United Kingdom. The first ship to be modified with a permanent

#14 Commencement Bay-class escort carrier

The Commencement Bay -class escort aircraft carriers were the last class of escort carriers built for the US Navy in World War II . Aircraft carrier class of the US Navy This article needs additional citations for verification . ( July 2008 ) USS Commencement Bay Class overview Builders Seattle-Taco

#15 1942 Design Light Fleet Carrier

The 1942 Design Light Fleet Carrier , commonly referred to as the British Light Fleet Carrier , was a light aircraft carrier design created by the Royal Navy during the Second World War , and used by eight naval forces between 1944 and 2001. They were designed and constructed by civilian shipyards t

#16 Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier

The Queen Elizabeth class is a class of two aircraft carriers of the United Kingdom's Royal Navy which are the central components of the UK Carrier Strike Group . [13] The lead ship, HMS   Queen Elizabeth , was named on 4 July 2014, [14] in honour of Elizabeth I . [15] She was commissioned on 7 Dece

#17 List of aircraft carrier operations during World War II

Naval historians such as Evan Mawdsley , Richard Overy , and Craig Symonds concluded that World War II's decisive victories on land could not have been won without decisive victories at sea. [1] [2] [3] Naval battles to keep shipping lanes open for combatant's movement of troops, guns, ammunition, t

#18 HMS Archer (D78)

HMS Archer was a Long Island -class escort carrier built by the United States in 1939–1940 and operated by the Royal Navy during World War II . She was built as the cargo ship Mormacland , but was converted to an escort carrier and renamed HMS Archer . Her transmission was a constant cause of proble

#19 USS Wake Island

USS Wake Island (CVE-65) was a Casablanca -class escort carrier of the United States Navy . Casablanca-class escort carrier of the US Navy History United States Name USS Wake Island Namesake Battle of Wake Island Builder Kaiser Shipyards Laid down 6 February 1943 Launched 15 September 1943 Commissio

#20 USS Hancock (CV-19)

USS Hancock (CV/CVA-19) was one of 24 Essex -class aircraft carriers built during World War II for the United States Navy . The ship was the fourth US Navy ship to bear the name and was named for Founding Father John Hancock , president of the Second Continental Congress and first governor of the Co


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#1 Afriqiyah Airways

Afriqiyah Airways ( Arabic : الخطوط الجوية الأفريقية Al-Khuṭūṭ al-Jawwiyyah al-Afrīqiyyah ) is a state-owned airline based in Tripoli , Libya . [1] Before the 17 February 2011 revolution , it operated domestic services between Tripoli and Benghazi , and international scheduled services to over 25 co

#2 Ravn Alaska

Northern Pacific Airways, Inc. , d.b.a. Ravn Alaska , is an Alaskan airline that specializes in serving the small communities in the US state of Alaska . The airline is headquartered in Anchorage , [2] which is also home to its primary hub, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport . American regi

#3 Straight Corporation

The Straight Corporation Ltd was a significant operator of British airlines, airports and flying clubs from 1935 until the mid 1970s. Its major unit, Western Airways, expanded to become an important parts manufacturer, a maintenance, repair and upgrade organisation, and a builder of transport aircra

#4 Aeropostal Alas de Venezuela

Aeropostal Alas de Venezuela C.A. is a state-owned airline of Venezuela based in Torre Polar Oeste in Caracas , Venezuela . [2] It operates domestic services and international services in the Caribbean . Its main base is Simón Bolívar International Airport . [3] The airline ceased operations on Sept

#5 Marquette Airlines

Marquette Airlines was an airline that operated regional flights in the midwestern United States from 1938 to 1940. Marquette Airlines IATA ICAO Callsign - - - Commenced operations May 4, 1938 Ceased operations August 15, 1940 Destinations 5 Headquarters St. Louis, Missouri Marquette was founded in

#6 SAETA

SAETA (legally Sociedad Anónima Ecuatoriana de Transportes Aéreos S.A. ) was a privately held airline of Ecuador , which was founded in 1960. During its heyday in the 1990s, it flew to numerous destinations in North and South America from its base in Guayaquil . The collapse of Ecuador's economy in

#7 Delta Connection

Delta Connection is a regional airline brand name for Delta Air Lines , under which a number of individually owned regional airlines primarily operate short- and medium-haul routes. Mainline major air carriers often use regional airlines to operate services via code sharing agreements in order to in

#8 Air Florida

Air Florida was an American low-cost carrier that operated from 1971 to 1984. In 1975 it was headquartered in the Dadeland Towers in what is now Kendall, Florida in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida . [1] [2] American airline (1971–1984) Air Florida IATA ICAO Callsign QH FLA PALM Founded Sep

#9 Railway Air Services

Railway Air Services ( RAS ) was a British airline formed in March 1934 by the big four railway companies ( Great Western Railway , London Midland & Scottish , London & North Eastern and Southern Railway ) and Imperial Airways . The airline was a domestic airline operating routes within the United K

#10 British Caledonian in the 1970s

British Caledonian (BCal) came into being in November 1970 when the Scottish charter airline Caledonian Airways , at the time Britain's second-largest, wholly privately owned, independent [nb 1] airline , took over British United Airways (BUA), then the largest British independent airline as well as

#11 Japan Air System

Japan Air System Co., Ltd. ( JAS ) ( 日本エアシステム , Nihon Ea Shisutemu ) was the smallest of the big three Japanese airlines . In contrast to the other two, JAL and ANA , JAS' international route network was very small, but its domestic network incorporated many smaller airports that were not served by

#12 Star Alliance

Star Alliance is the world's largest global airline alliance . [2] Founded on 14 May 1997, its CEO is Jeffrey Goh [4] [6] and its headquarters is located in Frankfurt am Main , Germany . [3] As of April   2018 [update] , Star Alliance is the largest of the three global alliances by passenger count w

#13 List of Airbus A350 operators

The following is a list of current commercial operators of the Airbus A350 .

#14 Highland Airways Limited

Highland Airways Limited was established in Inverness , Scotland , by Ted Fresson in 1933 to provide passenger and freight air services between the Scottish mainland and the Northern Isles of Orkney and Shetland , and between their islands. The airline was taken over by Scottish Airways , absorbed b

#15 Fly Arna

Armenian National Airlines CJSC dba Fly Arna , styled as Fly Arna , is an Armenian low-cost airline based in Yerevan , Armenia. It is a joint-venture between low-cost carrier Air Arabia and the Armenian government -owned Armenia National Interests Fund (ANIF). [1] The airline commenced operations wi

#16 DBA (airline)

DBA Luftfahrtgesellschaft mbH , founded as Delta Air and formerly branded as Deutsche BA , was a low-cost airline headquartered on the grounds of Munich Airport in a building within the municipality of Hallbergmoos , Germany . [1] [2] It operated scheduled domestic and international services and als

#17 Itapemirim Transportes Aéreos (2020–2022)

Itapemirim Transportes Aéreos Ltda. (also known as ITA or Itapemirim ) was a Brazilian airline established in 2020 and belonged to Itapemirim Group . On 17 December 2021, the airline suspended all operations for internal restructuring. [1] [2] In March 2022, it was announced that the Baufaker Consul

#18 Air Alpes

Société Air Alpes was a French airline company headquartered in Chambéry Airport and in Viviers-du-Lac , Savoie , near Chambéry . [1] Established in 1961 by Michel Ziegler, the airline's history began in the French Alps. Not to be confused with Air Alps . This article possibly contains original rese

#19 Ethiopian Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines (commonly referred to as Ethiopian ; Amharic : የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ , romanized :   Ye-Ītyōṗṗyā āyer menged ), formerly Ethiopian Air Lines ( EAL ), is the flag carrier of Ethiopia , [12] [13] and is wholly owned by the country's government . EAL was founded on 21 December 1945 and com

#20 Helicol

Helicol S.A. ( Spanish acronym : Helicopteros Nacionales de Colombia ) is a helicopter operator based at El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá , Colombia . It is a subsidiary airline of Avianca . This article needs additional citations for verification . ( June 2007 ) Helicol (Helicópteros Nacio


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#1 History of ballooning

The history of ballooning , both with hot air and gas , spans many centuries. It includes many firsts, including the first human flight, first flight across the English Channel , first flight in North America, and first aircraft related disaster. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve

#2 Hot air balloon

A hot air balloon is a lighter-than-air aircraft consisting of a bag, called an envelope, which contains heated air. Suspended beneath is a gondola or wicker basket (in some long-distance or high-altitude balloons, a capsule), which carries passengers and a source of heat, in most cases an open flam

#3 Spirit of Freedom (balloon)

Spirit of Freedom balloon was a Rozière balloon designed and built by Donald Cameron and Tim Cole . In 2002 solo pilot Steve Fossett flew the Spirit of Freedom to become the first successful around-the-world nonstop solo flight in any kind of aircraft. On June 19, 2002, the 10-story-high balloon Spi

#4 R101

R101 was one of a pair of British rigid airships completed in 1929 as part of a British government programme to develop civil airships capable of service on long-distance routes within the British Empire . It was designed and built by an Air Ministry –appointed team and was effectively in competitio

#5 Zeppelin

A Zeppelin is a type of rigid airship named after the German inventor Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin ( German pronunciation: [ˈt͡sɛpəliːn] ) who pioneered rigid airship development at the beginning of the 20th century. Zeppelin's notions were first formulated in 1874 [1] and developed in detail in 189

#6 Night Crossing

Night Crossing is a 1982 British-American drama film starring John Hurt , Jane Alexander and Beau Bridges . The film is based on the true story of the Strelzyk and Wetzel families, who on September 16, 1979, attempted to escape from East Germany to West Germany in a homemade hot air balloon , during

#7 East German balloon escape

In the East German balloon escape in 1979, two families, with eight members in total, escaped the Eastern Bloc country of East Germany by crossing the border to West Germany in a homemade hot air balloon . The escape happened at approximately 2:00   a.m. on 16 September 1979. The plot to accomplish


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#1 122nd Fighter Wing

The 122nd Fighter Wing ( 122 FW sometimes 122nd) is a unit of the Indiana Air National Guard , stationed at Fort Wayne Air National Guard Station , Fort Wayne, Indiana. If activated to federal service, the wing is gained by the United States Air Force Air Combat Command . Unit of the Indiana Air Nat

#2 No. 213 Squadron RAF

No. 213 Squadron was a squadron of the Royal Air Force . The squadron was formed on 1 April 1918 from No. 13 (Naval) Squadron of the Royal Naval Air Service . [4] This RNAS squadron was itself formed on 15 January 1918 from the Seaplane Defence Flight which, since its creation in June 1917, had had

#3 No. 102 Squadron RAF

No. 102 Squadron was a Royal Air Force night bomber squadron in the First World War and a heavy bomber squadron in the Second World War . After the war it flew briefly as a transport squadron before being reformed a light bomber unit with the Second Tactical Air Force within RAF Germany . Its last e

#4 VA-55 (U.S. Navy)

VA-55 was an Attack Squadron of the U.S. Navy . It was established as Torpedo Squadron VT-5 on 15 February 1943, redesignated VA-6A on 15 November 1946, and finally designated VA-55 on 16 August 1948. The squadron was disestablished on 12 December 1975. It was the first squadron to be designated VA-

#5 No. 74 Squadron RAF

Number 74 Squadron , also known as "Tiger Squadron" from its tiger-head motif, was a squadron of the Royal Air Force . It operated fighter aircraft from 1917 to the 1990s, and then trainers until its disbandment in 2000. It was the Royal Air Force's member of the NATO Tiger Association from 1961 unt

#6 Second VA-54 (U.S. Navy)

Attack Squadron 54 (VA-54) was an attack squadron of the U.S. Navy . Originally established as Bomber Fighter Squadron VBF-153 on 26 March 1945, redesignated Fighter Squadron VF-61A (VF-16A) on 15 November 1946, redesignated VF-152 on 15 July 1948, and VF-54 on 15 February 1950. It was finally redes

#7 94th Fighter Squadron

The 94th Fighter Squadron is a unit of the United States Air Force 1st Operations Group located at Joint Base Langley–Eustis , Virginia. The 94th is equipped with the F-22 Raptor . [1] Unit of the US Air Force Air Combat Command 94th Fighter Squadron SPAD XIII at the United States Air Force Museum s

#8 List of wings of the Royal Air Force

Wings within the Royal Air Force have both administrative and tactical applications. Over the years, the structure and role of wings has changed to meet the demands placed on the RAF. Many of the RAF's numbered wings were originally Royal Flying Corps (RFC) or Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) units. W

#9 354th Fighter Squadron

The 354th Fighter Squadron ( 354 FS ) is part of the 355th Fighter Wing at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base , Arizona . It operates A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft conducting close air support missions. US Air Force unit 354th Fighter Squadron An A-10 Thunderbolt from the 354th Fighter Squadron [1] Active

#10 No. 139 Squadron RAF

No. 139 (Jamaica) Squadron RAF was a Royal Air Force Squadron that was fighter unit in World War I and a bomber unit from World War II until the 1960s. Defunct flying squadron of the Royal Air Force No. 139 (Jamaica) Squadron RAF Active 3 July 1918 – 7 Mar 1919 3 Sept 1936 – 31 Dec 1959 1 Jan 1962 –

#11 Blue Angels

The Blue Angels is a flight demonstration squadron of the United States Navy . [1] Formed in 1946, the unit is the second oldest formal aerobatic team in the world, after the French Patrouille de France formed in 1931. The team, composed of five Navy and one Marine Corps demonstration pilot, fly Boe

#12 No. 500 Squadron RAF

No. 500 (County of Kent) Squadron AAF was a Royal Air Force flying squadron. It was initially formed in 1931 as a Special Reserve squadron and in 1936 became part of the Auxiliary Air Force , at this time based at Manston and Detling . Royal Air Force flying squadron No. 500 (County of Kent) Squadro

#13 101st Intelligence Squadron

The United States Air Force 's 101st Intelligence Squadron ( 101 IS ), Massachusetts Air National Guard , is an intelligence unit assigned to the 102nd Intelligence Wing and located at Otis Air National Guard Base , Massachusetts . From its creation in 1921 to its mission change in 2008, the 101st w

#14 355th Wing

The 355th Wing ( 355 WG ) is a United States Air Force unit assigned to the Air Combat Command 's Fifteenth Air Force . It is stationed at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson , Arizona , where it operates the A-10 Thunderbolt II . The wing's mission is to provide close air support (CAS), air inte

#15 No. 616 Squadron RAF

No. 616 (South Yorkshire) Squadron is an active Reserve unit of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force (RAuxAF) assigned to the RAF ISTAR Force at RAF Waddington. It was originally formed as a unit of the British Auxiliary Air Force in 1938, active throughout World War 2 as a fighter unit, becoming the 1st o

#16 Jagdgeschwader 2

Jagdgeschwader 2 (JG   2) "Richthofen" was a German fighter wing during World War II . JG   2 operated the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and Focke-Wulf Fw 190 single-seat, single-engine Interceptor aircraft . This article is about the Second World War military unit. For the First World War military unit, see

#17 81st Fighter Squadron

The 81st Fighter Squadron (81 FS) is a training squadron of the United States Air Force 's Air Education and Training Command (AETC), stationed at Moody Air Force Base , Georgia. It is a Geographically Separate Unit of the 14th Operations Group , 14th Flying Training Wing at Columbus Air Force Base

#18 355th Fighter Squadron

The 355th Fighter Squadron , nicknamed the Fightin' Falcons , is a United States Air Force unit stationed at Eielson Air Force Base , Alaska. It is an active-duty unit assigned to the 354th Fighter Wing and operates the Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II . The squadron is tasked with the Suppression

#19 474th Tactical Fighter Wing

The 474th Tactical Fighter Wing is an inactive United States Air Force unit. Its last assignment was at Nellis Air Force Base (IATA code LSV), Nevada, where it trained combat-ready aircrews and maintained a rapid-reaction capability to execute fighter attacks against enemy forces and facilities worl

#20 116th Air Control Wing

The 116th Air Control Wing is a Wing of the Georgia Air National Guard / United States Air Force , stationed at Robins Air Force Base , Georgia. If activated for federal service, the wing is gained by Air Combat Command . 116th Air Control Wing 116th Air Control Wing E-8C Joint STARS, AF Ser. No. 96


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Design / Design


#1 Helicopter

A helicopter is a type of rotorcraft in which lift and thrust are supplied by horizontally spinning rotors . This allows the helicopter to take off and land vertically , to hover , and to fly forward, backward and laterally. These attributes allow helicopters to be used in congested or isolated area

#2 Transponder (aeronautics)

A transponder (short for trans mitter-res ponder [1] and sometimes abbreviated to XPDR, [2] XPNDR, [3] TPDR [4] or TP [5] ) is an electronic device that produces a response when it receives a radio-frequency interrogation. Aircraft have transponders to assist in identifying them on air traffic contr

#3 Arseny Mironov

Arseny Dmitrievich Mironov (25 December 1917 – 3 July 2019) was a Russian scientist, aerospace engineer, and aviator. He was one of the oldest researchers in aircraft aerodynamics and flight testing, a Gromov Flight Research Institute (GFRI) director from 1981 to 1985, a recipient of the Stalin Priz

#4 Stockbridge damper

A Stockbridge damper is a tuned mass damper used to suppress wind-induced vibrations on slender structures such as overhead power lines , [1] long cantilevered signs [2] and cable-stayed bridges . The dumbbell -shaped device consists of two masses at the ends of a short length of cable or flexible r

#5 Gerald Bull

Gerald Vincent Bull (March 9, 1928 – March 22, 1990 [1] ) was a Canadian engineer who developed long-range artillery . He moved from project to project in his quest to economically launch a satellite using a huge artillery piece , to which end he designed the Project Babylon " supergun " for Saddam

#6 George Cayley

Sir George Cayley, [1] 6th Baronet (27 December 1773 – 15 December 1857) [2] was an English engineer , inventor, and aviator. He is one of the most important people in the history of aeronautics . Many consider him to be the first true scientific aerial investigator and the first person to understan

#7 Hendrik Tennekes

Hendrik (Henk) Tennekes (born December 13, 1936, Kampen died July 3, 2021, Arnhem ) was the director of research at the Royal Dutch Meteorological Institute ( Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut , or KNMI), and was a Professor of Aeronautical Engineering at Pennsylvania State University a

#8 Saul Kaplun

Saul Kaplun (July 3, 1924 [1] Lwów, [2] Poland now Lviv , Ukraine – February 13, 1964, [1] Pasadena, California , U.S.A.) was a Polish-American aerodynamicist [2] at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech). Polish-American aerodynamicist

#9 List of UAV-related incidents

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, have frequently been involved in military operations. Non-military UAVs have often been reported as causing hazards to aircraft, or to people or property on the ground. Safety concerns have been raised due to the potential for an ingested drone to rapidly

#10 H2S (radar)

H2S was the first airborne , ground scanning radar system . It was developed for the Royal Air Force 's Bomber Command during World War II to identify targets on the ground for night and all-weather bombing. This allowed attacks outside the range of the various radio navigation aids like Gee or Oboe


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Designer / Designer


#1 J. W. Dunne

John William Dunne FRAeS (2 December 1875 – 24 August 1949) was a British soldier, aeronautical engineer and philosopher. As a young man he fought in the Second Boer War , before becoming a pioneering aeroplane designer in the early years of the 20th century. Dunne worked on automatically stable air

#2 Francis Stewart Briggs

Francis Stewart Briggs (18 September 1897 – 21 July 1966) was a pioneering Australian aviator. Frank Briggs learnt to fly with the Royal Flying Corps in the First World War . During the Peace Conference in 1919 he flew delegates between London and Paris and was the personal pilot of Australia's Prim

#3 Don Cameron (balloonist)

Don Cameron MBE BSc MA MIEE D.Eng FRSGS (born 1939) is a Scottish balloonist , and later founder of Cameron Balloons , the world's largest hot air balloon manufacturer. Don Cameron is one of the few aeronauts to be awarded the Harmon Trophy , as the 'World's Outstanding Aviator' in 1999. Scottish av

#4 List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Royal Aero Club in 1913

The Royal Aero Club issued Aviators Certificates from 1910. These were internationally recognised under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale .

#5 Amelia Earhart

Amelia Mary Earhart ( / ˈ ɛər h ɑːr t / AIR -hart , born July 24, 1897; disappeared July 2, 1937; declared dead January 5, 1939) was an American aviation pioneer and writer. [2] [Note 1] Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean . [4] She set many other records, [3]

#6 Klapmeier brothers

The Klapmeier brothers , Alan Lee Klapmeier (born October 6, 1958) [1] and Dale Edward Klapmeier (born July 2, 1961), [1] are retired American aircraft designers and aviation entrepreneurs who together founded the Cirrus Design Corporation in 1984. Under the leadership of the Klapmeiers, Cirrus was

#7 John F. Leeming

John Fishwick Leeming (8 January 1895   – 3 July 1965) was an English entrepreneur, businessman, early aviator, co-founder of the Lancashire Aero Club , gardener and author.

#8 Vecihi Hürkuş

Vecihi Hürkuş (6 January 1896 – 16 July 1969) was a Turkish aviation engineer and aviation pioneer. He built Turkey's first aircraft, the Vecihi K-VI . Turkish aviator (1896–1969) Vecihi Hürkuş Hürkuş in the 1930s Born ( 1896-01-06 ) 6 January 1896 Arnavutköy , Istanbul Died 16 July 1969 (1969-07-16

#9 Farnum Fish

Farnum Thayer Fish (5 October 1896 – 30 July 1978) was an early American airplane pilot known as the "Boy Aviator". [1] [2] He was, at the age of 15, the "youngest licensed aviator in the world". [1] [3] [4] Farnum Thayer Fish Born ( 1896-10-05 ) October 5, 1896 Los Angeles, California Died July 3,

#10 Franz-Zeno Diemer

Franz Zeno Diemer (3 July 1889, in Oberammergau – 27 April 1954, in Friedrichshafen ) was a flight pioneer in Bavaria, setting a number of world records, and Flight Officer for Bavarian Lifeguard Regiment. Franz-Zeno Diemer Born 1889 Oberammergau , Bavaria , German Empire Died 1954 (aged   64 – 65)

#11 Steve Fossett

James Stephen Fossett (April 22, 1944 – September 3, 2007) was an American businessman and a record-setting aviator, sailor, and adventurer. He was the first person to fly solo nonstop around the world in a balloon and in a fixed-wing aircraft. He made his fortune in the financial services industry

#12 James E. Plew

James E. Plew (July 3, 1862 [1] – April 16, 1938) [2] was a successful Chicago businessman whose early interest in the development of aviation eventually led him to acquire the initial leasehold in 1934 on the Valparaiso, Florida property that would evolve into Eglin Air Force Base . [3] Chicago bus

#13 Hans von Ohain

Hans Joachim Pabst von Ohain (14 December 1911   – 13 March 1998) was a German physicist, engineer, and the designer of the first operational jet engine . [1] His first test unit ran on hydrogen in March 1937, and it was a later development that powered the world's first flyable all- jet aircraft ,

#14 Arthur Gouge

Sir Arthur Gouge (3 July 1890 – 14 October 1962) was a British engineer and aircraft designer from Kent , who worked notably for Short Brothers where he designed the "C-class" Empire and Sunderland flying boats. Aircraft engineer

#15 Preston Watson

Preston Albert Watson (17 October 1880 – 30 June 1915) was a Scottish aviation pioneer, who conceived his own original method of controlling an aeroplane in flight. This was his rocking wing method of lateral control, which consisted of a secondary smaller wing mounted above the main wing on an A-fr

#16 Byron Lavoy Cockrell

Byron Lavoy Cockrell (1935–2007) was an American rocket scientist and engineer who conducted research and development of micro-motors for solid propellant rockets [1] and was later involved in the Minuteman ICBM program. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issue

#17 Gustave Whitehead

Gustave Albin Whitehead (born Gustav Albin Weisskopf ; 1 January 1874 – 10 October 1927) was an aviation pioneer who emigrated from Germany to the United States where he designed and built gliders, flying machines, and engines between 1897 and 1915. Controversy surrounds published accounts and White

#18 List of pilots awarded an Aviator's Certificate by the Aéro-Club de France in 1910

The Aéro-Club de France issued Aviators Certificates from 1909. These were internationally recognised under the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale .

#19 Norman Malmuth

Norman David Malmuth (22 January 1931 – 3 July 2007) was an American aeronautical engineer. American aeronautical engineer Norman Malmuth Born Norman David Malmuth ( 1931-01-22 ) 22 January 1931 Brooklyn , New York Died 3 July 2007 (2007-07-03) (aged   76) Newbury Park, California Nationality Americ

#20 Charles Herbert Colvin

Charles Herbert Colvin (March 4, 1893 – July 3, 1985) was an aeronautical engineer who was the co-founder of the Pioneer Instrument Company in Brooklyn , with Brice Herbert Goldsborough and Morris M. Titterington .


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Engine / Engine


#1 Rolls-Royce R

The Rolls-Royce R is a British aero engine that was designed and built specifically for air racing purposes by Rolls-Royce Limited . Nineteen R engines were assembled in a limited production run between 1929 and 1931. Developed from the Rolls-Royce Buzzard , it was a 37-litre (2,240   cu in) capacit

#2 General Electric GEnx

The General Electric GEnx ("General Electric Next-generation") is an advanced dual rotor, axial flow , high-bypass turbofan jet engine in production by GE Aviation for the Boeing 787 and 747-8 . The GEnx is intended to succeed the CF6 in GE's product line. Turbofan jet engine Not to be confused with


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Event / Event


#1 1969 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1969: Years in aviation : 1966   1967   1968   1969   1970   1971   1972 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1930s   1940s   1950s   1960s   1970s   1980s   1990s Years : 1966   1967   1968   1969   1970   1971   19

#2 List of Iranian aviation accidents and incidents

This is a list of major aviation accidents and incidents that took place in Iran, or involved aircraft traveling to and from Iran. Date Airline Aircraft Location Casualties December 25, 1952 Iran Air Douglas DC-3 Tehran , Iran 27 fatalities January 21, 1980 Iran Air Boeing 727-86 Alborz Mountains 12

#3 Hainan Island incident

The Hainan Island incident occurred on April 1, 2001, when a United States Navy EP-3E ARIES II signals intelligence aircraft and a People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) J-8II interceptor fighter jet collided in mid-air, resulting in an international dispute between the United States and the People's

#4 1948 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1948: Years in aviation : 1945   1946   1947   1948   1949   1950   1951 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1910s   1920s   1930s   1940s   1950s   1960s   1970s Years : 1945   1946   1947   1948   1949   1950   19

#5 Aeroflot accidents and incidents in the 1970s

Aeroflot , the Soviet Union 's national carrier , experienced a number of serious accidents and incidents during the 1970s. The airline's worst accident during the decade took place in August   1979   ( 1979-08 ) , when two Tupolev Tu-134s were involved in a mid-air collision over the Ukrainian city

#6 List of Soviet aircraft losses during the Soviet–Afghan War

The following is a partial and unofficial list of helicopter and airplane crashes, accidents and shotdowns that occurred during the Soviet–Afghan War of 1979–89. In total, at least 333 helicopters and 118 Soviet jets were reported lost during the war. [1] This transport-related list is incomplete ;

#7 1929 Imperial Airways Handley Page W.10 crash

The 1929 Imperial Airways Handley Page W.10 crash happened on 17 June 1929 when Handley Page W.10 G-EBMT suffered an engine failure and subsequently ditched in the English Channel off Dungeness with the loss of seven lives. The aircraft was operating an international scheduled flight from Croydon to

#8 Accidents and incidents involving the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

This is a partial list of accidents and incidents involving the Boeing-designed B-17 Flying Fortress . Combat losses are not included except for a very few cases denoted by singular circumstances. A few documented drone attrition cases are also included. Main article: Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress Air

#9 List of accidents and incidents involving the Douglas DC-4

The Douglas DC-4 is a piston-engine airliner and transport aircraft built by the Douglas Aircraft Company from 1942 to 1947. The type was originally designed as a commercial airliner, but until the end of World War II , all were built as military transports . After the war, many of these military ai

#10 List of accidents and incidents involving airliners by airline (A–C)

This list of accidents and incidents involving airliners by airline summarizes airline accidents and all kinds of minor incidents by airline company with flight number, location, date, aircraft type, and cause. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( June 2012 ) JetBlue Flight 2

#11 Atlas Air Flight 3591

Atlas Air Flight 3591 was a scheduled domestic cargo flight under the Amazon Air banner between Miami International Airport and George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston . On February 23, 2019, the Boeing 767-375ER(BCF) used for this flight crashed into Trinity Bay during approach into Houston

#12 Vladivostok Air Flight 352

Vladivostok Air Flight 352 was a scheduled passenger flight from Yekaterinburg, Russia to Vladivostok via Irkutsk . On 4 July 2001, the aircraft operating the flight, a Tupolev Tu-154M with tail number RA-85845, lost control, stalled , and crashed while approaching Irkutsk Airport . All 136 passenge

#13 Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 710

Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 710 was a Boeing 737-200 flight between the California cities of Sacramento and Burbank , with a stop in San Francisco , that was hijacked by two Bulgarian nationals on July 5, 1972, shortly after take-off from Sacramento Airport . The hijackers demanded $800,000, t

#14 List of mid-air collisions and incidents in the United Kingdom

A number of mid-air collisions and incidents have taken place in the United Kingdom. This article needs additional citations for verification . ( July 2013 )

#15 1920 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1920: Years in aviation : 1917   1918   1919   1920   1921   1922   1923 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1890s   1900s   1910s   1920s   1930s   1940s   1950s Years : 1917   1918   1919   1920   1921   1922   19

#16 2005 in aviation

This is a list of aviation-related events from 2005: List of aviation-related events in 2005 Years in aviation : 2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007   2008 Centuries : 20th century   ·   21st century   ·   22nd century Decades : 1970s   1980s   1990s   2000s   2010s   2020s   2030s Years : 2002

#17 Transatlantic flight of Alcock and Brown

British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919. [1] They flew a modified First World War Vickers Vimy [2] bomber from St. John's , Newfoundland , to Clifden , County Galway , Ireland. [3] The Secretary of State for Air , Winston Churchill , pr

#18 List of accidents and incidents involving helicopters

This article is a list of accidents and incidents involving helicopters and which are notable enough to have an article on Wikipedia. It is grouped by the years in which the accidents and incidents occurred.

#19 1952 in aviation

This is a list of aviation -related events from 1952: Years in aviation : 1949   1950   1951   1952   1953   1954   1955 Centuries : 19th century   ·   20th century   ·   21st century Decades : 1920s   1930s   1940s   1950s   1960s   1970s   1980s Years : 1949   1950   1951   1952   1953   1954   19

#20 2012 Turkish F-4 Phantom shootdown

On 22 June 2012, a Turkish McDonnell Douglas RF-4E Phantom II reconnaissance jet was intercepted and shot down by the Syrian Army in international airspace, after having violated Syrian airspace. [2] [3] The jet's pilots were killed; both Turkish and Syrian forces searched for them before recovering


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Glider / Glider


#1 Schweizer SGS 2-32

The Schweizer SGS 2-32 is an American two-seat, mid-wing, two or three-place glider built by Schweizer Aircraft of Elmira, New York . [3] American glider SGS 2-32 Role Open-class sailplane Type of aircraft National origin United States Manufacturer Schweizer Aircraft Corporation Designer Ernest Schw

#2 Stanley Nomad

The Stanley Nomad is an American mid-wing , V-tailed , single seat glider that was designed and constructed by Robert M. Stanley in 1938. [1] [2] American glider Nomad Role Glider National origin United States Designer Robert M. Stanley First flight 1938 Introduction 1938 Status sole example in the

#3 ASSET (spacecraft)

ASSET , or Aerothermodynamic Elastic Structural Systems Environmental Tests was an experimental US space project involving the testing of an uncrewed sub-scale reentry vehicle . ASSET ( Aerothermodynamic Elastic Structural Systems Environmental Tests ) Preserved ASSET vehicle at USAF Museum, Dayton,


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Helicopter / Helicopter


#1 Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight

The Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight is a medium-lift tandem-rotor transport helicopter powered by twin turboshaft engines . It was designed by Vertol and manufactured by Boeing Vertol following Vertol's acquisition by Boeing . Tandem transport helicopter designed by Vertol "Sea Knight" redirects here

#2 Lockheed Martin VH-71 Kestrel

The Lockheed Martin VH-71 Kestrel was a variant of the AgustaWestland AW101 (formerly the EH101) that was being manufactured to replace the United States Marine Corps ' Marine One U.S. Presidential transport fleet. Originally marketed for various competitions as the US101 , it was developed and manu

#3 Yakovlev Yak-24

The Yakovlev Yak-24 ( NATO reporting name " Horse ") is a Soviet twin-engine, tandem rotor , transport helicopter developed by Yakovlev in the 1950s. The Yak-24 saw limited use in the Soviet Air Force , and the exact number produced and duration of service are unknown due to inconsistencies in data.

#4 Aérospatiale Alouette II

The Aérospatiale Alouette II ( French pronunciation:   ​ [alwɛt] , " lark "; company designations SE 313 and SA 318 ) is a French light helicopter originally manufactured by Sud Aviation and later Aérospatiale . It was the first production helicopter powered by a gas turbine engine instead of the he

#5 Bell 47

The Bell 47 is a single-rotor single-engine light helicopter manufactured by Bell Helicopter . It was based on the third Bell 30 prototype, which was the company's first helicopter designed by Arthur M. Young . The 47 became the first helicopter certified for civilian use on 8   March 1946. [1] [2]


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Manufacturer / Manufacturer


#1 General Electric

General Electric Company ( GE ) is an American multinational conglomerate founded in 1892, and incorporated in New York state and headquartered in Boston . American multinational conglomerate "GE" redirects here. For other uses, see GE (disambiguation) . Not to be confused with the former British Ge

#2 Honeywell

Honeywell International Inc. is an American publicly traded , multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina . It primarily operates in four areas of business: aerospace , building technologies , performance materials and technologies (PMT), and safety and producti

#3 Argon ST

Argon ST is a subsidiary of The Boeing Company headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia , United States , that specializes in systems engineering and provides C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) products. Argon ST's efforts include developing

#4 Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin Corporation is an American aerospace , arms, defense , information security , and technology corporation with worldwide interests. It was formed by the merger of Lockheed Corporation with Martin Marietta in March 1995. It is headquartered in North Bethesda, Maryland , in the Washingt

#5 British Aircraft Company

The British Aircraft Company was a British aircraft manufacturer based in Maidstone . It was founded by C H Lowe-Wylde and produced gliders and light aircraft during the 1930s. Not to be confused with British Aircraft Corporation . B.A.C. Ltd was registered as a Limited Company on 4 March 1931; dire

#6 Cirrus Aircraft

The Cirrus Design Corporation , doing business as Cirrus Aircraft (formally Cirrus Design ), is an aircraft manufacturer that was founded in 1984 by Alan and Dale Klapmeier to produce the VK-30 kit aircraft. The company is owned by a subsidiary of the Chinese government-owned AVIC , and is headquart

#7 De Havilland

The de Havilland Aircraft Company Limited ( / d ə ˈ h æ v ɪ l ən d / ) was a British aviation manufacturer established in late 1920 by Geoffrey de Havilland at Stag Lane Aerodrome Edgware on the outskirts of north London. Operations were later moved to Hatfield in Hertfordshire. 1920–1963 aircraft m


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Museum / Museum


#1 RAF Skellingthorpe

Royal Air Force Skellingthorpe or more simply RAF Skellingthorpe is a former Royal Air Force station which was operational during the Second World War . It was located just west of the city of Lincoln , England about 2.5 miles (4   km) south-east of the village of Skellingthorpe on a field previousl


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Weapon / Weapon


#1 RIM-66 Standard

The RIM-66 Standard MR (SM-1MR/SM-2MR) is a medium-range surface-to-air missile (SAM), with a secondary role as an anti-ship missile , originally developed for the United States Navy (USN). A member of the Standard Missile family of weapons, the SM-1 was developed as a replacement for the RIM-2 Terr

#2 AIM-120 AMRAAM

The AIM-120 [lower-alpha 1] Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile , or AMRAAM (pronounced AM -ram ), is an American beyond-visual-range air-to-air missile (BVRAAM) capable of all-weather day-and-night operations. It is 7 inches (18   cm) in diameter, and employs active transmit-receive radar guid

#3 RIM-161 Standard Missile 3

The RIM-161 Standard Missile 3 ( SM-3 ) is a ship-based surface-to-air missile system used by the United States Navy to intercept short- and intermediate-range ballistic missiles as a part of Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System . [5] Although primarily designed as an anti-ballistic missile , the

#4 QRSAM

Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile ( QRSAM ) is a missile developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Bharat Electronics Limited and Bharat Dynamics Limited for the Indian Army , [10] meant for protecting moving armoured columns from aerial attacks. [5] Indian surface-t

#5 FAB-5000

The FAB 5000NG ( Russian : ФАБ-5000НГ , where NG stands for its inventor, Nison Gelperin) was a 5,000 kilograms (11,000   lb) large air-dropped, thin cased, high explosive demolition bomb used by the Soviet Air Forces during World War II . The device was the most powerful aerial bomb in the wartime

#6 GAM-63 RASCAL

The GAM-63 RASCAL was a supersonic air-to-surface missile that was developed by the Bell Aircraft Company . The RASCAL was the United States Air Force 's first nuclear armed standoff missile . The RASCAL was initially designated the ASM-A-2, then re-designated the B-63 in 1951 and finally re-designa


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