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List of Aircraft (D)
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This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'D'.

aircraft

1. D

D'Apuzzo

see also: de Knight, Parsons-Jocelyn

  • D'Apuzzo D-200 Freshman
  • D'Apuzzo D-200 Junior Aero Sport
  • D'Apuzzo D-260 Senior Aero Sport
  • D'Apuzzo D-295 Senior Aero Sport
  • D'Apuzzo D-201 Sportwing

D'Ascanio

(Corradino D'Ascanio, Italy)

  • D'Ascanio Helicopter (1930)

Dabos

(Jean Dabos)

  • Dabos Roitelet[1]
  • Dabos JD.24P D'Artagnan[1]

Dabos-Cholot

(Jean Dabos & Jacques Cholot)

  • DC.01 Rapace[2][3]

Dabos-Masclet

(Jean Dabos et Masclet) see Avions JDM

Dąbrowski

  • Dąbrowski D.1 Cykacz
  • Dąbrowski D.2[4]

DAC

(Dutch Aeroplane Company, Dordrecht, Netherlands)

  • DAC RangeR

Daedalus

(Daedalus Research Group, Petersburg, VA)

  • GTP-350[5]

Daewoo

  • Daewoo SHI KTX-1

Daher

  • Daher TBM 910

Daiichi Kosho

  • Daiichi Kosho Beat
  • Daiichi Kosho Whisper

Daily

(H M Daily, Chicago, IL)

  • Daily Old glory[5]

Daimler

(Daimler Motorengesellschaft Werke)

  • Daimler Cl.I[6]
  • Daimler D.I
  • Daimler D.II
  • Daimler G.I (Daimler R.I)
  • Daimler G.II (Daimler R.II)
  • Daimler L6
  • Daimler L8[7]
  • Daimler L9[7]
  • Daimler L11
  • Daimler L14
  • Daimler L15
  • Daimler L20
  • Daimler L21
  • Daimler Lutskoy No. 1 monoplane

Dakota Cub

  • Dakota Cub Super 18-180 EXP
  • Dakota Cub Super 18-160 EXP
  • Dakota Cub Super 18-LT-EXP

Dal

(Wayne Dalrymple & Charles Pheiffer, Wichita, KS)

  • Dal Sport[5] a.k.a. Dal Special

Dalby

(Daniel Dalby)

  • Dalby Pouchel

Dale

(Glendale, MA)

  • Dale Air-Dale[5]

Dale

(Harold Dale)

  • Dale Weejet 800

Dallach

(WD Flugzeug Leichtbau / Wolfgang Dallach)

  • Dallach D.2 Sunrise
  • Dallach Sunrise IIA
  • Dallach Sunrise IIB
  • Dallach Sunrise IIC
  • Dallach Sunrise (Verner)
  • Dallach D.3 Sunwheel
  • Dallach D.4 Fascination
  • Dallach D.4 BK Fascination
  • Dallach D.5 Evolution

Dallair Aeronautica

  • Dallair Aeronautica FR-100 Snap!

Dalotel

  • Dalotel DM-165
  • Dalotel DM-125 Club
  • Dalotel DM-160 Club
  • Dalotel DM-160 Professional
  • Dalotel DM.165 Viking[3]

Damblanc-Lacoin

  • Damblanc–Lacoin Alérion helicopter

Damoure-Fabre-Lacroix

(Damoure, Jean Fabre and Léon Lacroix)

  • Damoure-Fabre DF.5[1]
  • Damoure-Fabre-Lacroix DFL.6 Saphir[1][8]

Danex Engineering

(Hungary)

  • Lamco Eurocub

Dansair

(Faircraft Corp (consortium), Dansville, NY, 1946: Dansair Corp.)

  • Dansair Coupe[5]

Danton-Denhaut

  • Danton-Denhaut 1910 biplane

Danville

(Danville Aircraft Co (T D Ketchpaw), Danville, VA)

  • Danville Sport Plane[5]

DAR

(D'rzhavna Aeroplanata Rabotilnica in Cyrillic ДАР - Държавната аеропланна работилница)

  • DAR Uzunov-1 (DAR U-1) - DFW C.Va
  • DAR 1 Peperuda ('Butterfly')
  • DAR 2 - Albatros C.III
  • DAR 3 Garvan ('Raven' or Laz-3)[9]
    • DAR 3(I) prototype[9]
    • DAR 3(I.bis)[9]
    • DAR Garvan-I[9]
    • DAR Garvan-II[9]
    • DAR Garvan-III[9]
  • DAR 4
  • DAR 5 Brambar ('Beetle')[9]
  • DAR 6
  • DAR 7[9]
  • DAR 7 SS.1[9]
  • DAR 8 Slavei (or Slavey, 'Nightingale')[9]
    • DAR 8A[9]
  • DAR 9 Siniger ('Titmouse' or 'Tomtit')
  • DAR 10 Bekas ('Snipe')
  • DAR 11 Lyastovitsa ('Swallow') - 50 planned licensed Czech Avia B.135s [unbuilt]
  • DAR 13

DAR

(Аероплани ДАР ЕООД - DAR aeroplanes EOOD)

  • DAR 21 Vector[10]
  • DAR 21S
  • DAR-23[11]
  • DAR 25 Impuls
  • DAR Solo[10]
  • DAR Speedster

DARA

(Dayton Air Race Associates, Dayton, OH, constructed by WBB Associates, Dayton, OH)

  • DARA Special[5]

Dare

((Melvin E) Dare Aircraft Corp, 6003 14 St, Detroit, MI)

  • Dare Safety Airplane[5]

Darcissac-Grinvalds

(Jaques Darcissac - Jean Grinvalds)

  • Darcissac-Grinvalds DG-87 Goéland

DARPA

(Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)

  • Boeing X-37
  • Boeing X-45
  • FALCON Hypersonic Weapon System/Hypersonic Cruise Vehicle
  • General Atomics MQ-1 Predator unmanned drone
  • Hypersonic Research Program
  • Integrated Sensor is Structure unmanned airship
  • Northrop Grumman Switchblade unmanned oblique-wing aircraft
  • System F6 Fractionated Spacecraft distributed satellite demonstrator

Dart

(Dart Aircraft, United States)

  • Dart Skycycle[5]

Dart

(Dart Aircraft Ltd)

  • Dart Cambridge
  • Dart Totternhoe
  • Dart Flittermouse
  • Dart Pup
  • Dart Kitten
  • Dart Grunau Baby
  • Dart Zögling
  • Dart replica Lilienthal glider
  • Dart replica Cayley glider
  • Dart replica Wright glider
  • Dart Weasel[12]

Dart

(Dart Mfg Corporation)

  • Dart G[5]
  • Dart GC[5]
  • Dart GK[5]
  • Dart GW[5]
  • Dart GW Special[5]

Dashatou

See: Xianyi

Daspect

  • Daspect III[13]

Dassault Aviation

  • Dassault Balzac V[1]
  • Dassault Barougan
  • Dassault Étendard II[1]
  • Dassault Étendard IV
  • Dassault Étendard VI[1]
  • Dassault Falcon 5X
  • Dassault Falcon 7X
  • Dassault Falcon 10
  • Dassault Falcon 20
  • Dassault Falcon 50
  • Dassault Falcon 100
  • Dassault Falcon 200
  • Dassault Falcon 900
  • Dassault Falcon 2000
  • Dassault Falcon Cargo Jet
  • Dassault Falcon Guardian
  • Dassault LOGIDUC
  • Dassault Mercure
  • Dassault Milan
  • Dassault Mirage III
  • Dassault Mirage IIIV
  • Dassault Mirage 5
  • Dassault Mirage 50
  • Dassault Mirage IV
  • Dassault Mirage 2000
  • Dassault Mirage 4000
  • Dassault Mirage F1
  • Dassault Mirage F2
  • Dassault Mirage F3
  • Dassault Mirage G
  • Dassault Mirage G-8
  • Dassault Mystère 20
  • Dassault nEUROn
  • Dassault Rafale
  • Dassault Super Étendard
  • Dassault Super Mystère
  • Dassault MD 80 ABC[1]
  • Dassault MD 303[1][14]
  • Dassault MD 311
  • Dassault MD 312
  • Dassault MD 315 Flamant
  • Dassault MD 316T[1][15]
  • Dassault MD 320 Hirondelle[16]
  • Dassault MD 410 Spirale[1]
  • Dassault MD 415 Communauté[1]
  • Dassault MD 415M Diplomate[1]
  • Dassault MD 450 Ouragan
  • Dassault MD 452 Mystère II
  • Dassault MD 453 Mystère IIIN
  • Dassault MD 454 Mystère IV
  • Dassault MD 455 Spirale III
  • Dassault MD 550 Mirage[17]

Dassault-Breguet

  • Dassault-Breguet Atlantique
  • Dassault Breguet CC-117 Falcon Canadian Armed Forces
  • Dassault Breguet Dornier Alpha Jet

Dassy

  • Dassy Da.1[18]
  • Dassy DA.2[19]

Dätwyler

  • Dätwyler 1038 MDC Trailer
  • Dätwyler Lerche[20]
  • Dätwyler MD-3 Swiss Trainer

Dauby

(Dauby Equipment Co, 2100 Hyde Park Blvd, Los Angeles, CA)

  • Dauby Twin Navion[5]

Daugherty

(Earl Daugherty, Long Beach, CA)

  • Daugherty 1915 Biplane[5]

Daurelle

(Paul Daurelle)

  • Daurelle AD.01[3]

Davenport

(Bradley Davenport, Colorado Aero Tech.)

  • Davenport BD-2 Nuggit[5]

Davidson

(George L O Davidson, Denver, CO)

  • Davidson Air-Car[5]

Davis

((Walter C) Davis Aircraft Corp, Richmond, IN)

  • Davis D-1[5]
  • Davis Racer[5]
  • Davis V-3[5]

Davis

(Arthur J Davis, E Lansing, MI)

  • Davis Racer[5]

Davis

(H R Davis, Hobart, IN)

  • Davis Challis B[5]

Davis

(Charles M Davis, Pauls Valley, OK)

  • Davis Special[5]
  • Davis Sport[5]

Davis

((Leon) D Davis Aircraft Corp, Lake Village, IN, 1976: Stanton, TX)

  • Davis DA-1
  • Davis DA-2
  • Davis DA-2A
  • Davis DA-3
  • Davis DA-5
  • Davis DA-5A
  • Davis DA-6
  • Davis DA-7[5]
  • Davis DA-8[5]
  • Davis DA-9 Super Pocket Rocket[5]
  • Davis DA-10[5]
  • Davis DA-11[5]

Davis

(Gilbert Davis, Nampa ID. 19??: Davis Wing Ltd, Boise, ID)

  • Davis Starship Alpha[5]

Davis-Douglas Company

(see #Douglas)

  • Douglas Cloudster
  • Davis-Douglas DT
  • Davis-Douglas DTB

Dawson

(C R Dawson, Glenn W Johnson & Clay Henley, Coeur d'Alene, ID)

  • Dawson Pistol Ball[5]
  • Dawson Pistol Ball II[5]

Day

(Charles Healy Day, Paterson, NJ)

  • Day 1910 Tractor[5]
  • Day A a.k.a. Special[5]

Days

(Robert R Days, Wadsworth, OH)

  • Days Comet Sport[5]

Dayton-Wright

  • Dayton-Wright XO-3
  • Dayton-Wright XPS-1
  • Dayton-Wright TA-3
  • Dayton-Wright TA-5
  • Dayton-Wright TW-3
  • Dayton-Wright Aerial Coupe
  • Dayton-Wright Bug[21]
  • Dayton-Wright Bull Head[21]
  • Dayton-Wright Cabin Cruiser
  • Dayton-Wright Chummy
  • Dayton-Wright DH-4
  • Dayton-Wright DWH-4 Blue Bird
  • Dayton-Wright FP.2
  • Dayton-Wright FS[21]
  • Dayton-Wright KT
  • Dayton-Wright Limousine
  • Dayton-Wright M-1[21]
  • Dayton-Wright Messenger
  • Dayton-Wright OW-1
  • Dayton-Wright Racer
  • Dayton-Wright RB-1
  • Dayton-Wright SDW
  • Dayton-Wright T-4
  • Dayton-Wright USXB
  • Dayton-Wright WA[21]
  • Dayton-Wright WD[21]
  • Dayton-Wright WS[21]
  • Dayton-Wright Nine-Hour Cruiser

Daytona

(Daytona Aircraft Construction Inc, Deland, FL)

  • Daytona D-120
  • Daytona D-160
  • Daytona D-180
  • Daytona D-200
  • Daytona D-250
  • Daytona D-270
  • Daytona D-300

de Bernardi

(Mario de Bernardi)

  • de Bernardi M.d.B. 02 Aeroscooter

de Berry

(E P de Berry, Pacific Aero Club, Los Angeles, CA)

  • de Berry 1911 Biplane[5]

de Bolotoff

(de Bolotoff Aeroplane Works, Sevenoaks, Kent, United Kingdom)

  • de Bolotoff 1913 triplane[22][23]
  • de Bolotoff SDEB 14

de Bothezat

(George de Bothezat)

  • de Bothezat 1922 helicopter
  • de Bothezat GB-5 (1940)[24]

de Boysson

  • de Boysson A-3

de Brageas

  • de Brageas Type E[25]

de Bruyère

  • de Bruyère C1[6]

de Bruyne

(Aero Research Limited)

  • de Bruyne Snark
  • de Bruyne Ladybird

de Busschere

(Donald de Busschere)

  • de Busschere Skylark I
  • de Busschere Skylark II

de Chenne

(DeChenne (or Monett) Motor & Aeroplane Co (Pres: L B Durnil), Monett, MO)

  • de Cheenne 1911 Biplane[5] a.k.a. 'Monett Biplane' and 'Dechene-Sowers' (sic)

de Glymes

(Raoul de Glymes de Hollebecque)

  • de Glymes DG-X (DG-10)[26]
  • De Glymes Colanhan[27]

de Havens & Watkins

(Claude de Haven & A C Watkins, San Francisco, CA)

  • de Havens & Watkins 1909 Monoplane[5]

de Havilland

(for Geoffrey de Havilland's "DH" designs before the DH.14, see Airco)

  • de Havilland DH.14 Okapi
  • de Havilland DH.16
  • de Havilland DH.18
  • de Havilland DH.27 Derby
  • de Havilland DH.29 Doncaster
  • de Havilland DH.32
  • de Havilland DH.34
  • de Havilland DH.37
  • de Havilland DH.42 Dormouse
  • de Havilland DH.50
  • de Havilland DH.51
  • de Havilland DH.53 Humming Bird
  • de Havilland DH.54 Highclere
  • de Havilland DH.56 Hyena
  • de Havilland DH.60 Moth
    • de Havilland DH.60X Moth
    • de Havilland DH.60M Moth
    • de Havilland DH.60G Gipsy Moth
    • de Havilland DH.60 Genet Moth
    • de Havilland DH.60T Moth Trainer
    • de Havilland DH.60GIII Moth Major
  • de Havilland DH.61 Giant Moth
  • de Havilland DH.65 Hound
  • de Havilland DH.66 Hercules
  • de Havilland DH.71 Tiger Moth
  • de Havilland DH.72
  • de Havilland DH.75 Hawk Moth
  • de Havilland DH.77
  • de Havilland DH.80 Puss Moth
  • de Havilland DH.81 Swallow Moth
  • de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth
    • de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth
    • de Havilland DH.82C Tiger Moth
    • de Havilland DH.82C Menasco Moth
    • de Havilland PT-24
  • de Havilland DH.83 Fox Moth
  • de Havilland DH.84 Dragon
  • de Havilland DH.85 Leopard Moth
  • de Havilland DH.86 Express
  • de Havilland DH.87 Hornet Moth
  • de Havilland DH.88 Comet
  • de Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide
  • de Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly
  • de Havilland DH.91 Albatross
  • de Havilland DH.92 Dolphin
  • de Havilland DH.93 Don
  • de Havilland DH.94 Moth Minor
  • de Havilland DH.95 Flamingo
  • de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito
  • de Havilland DH.99 Mosquito
  • de Havilland DH.100 Vampire
  • de Havilland DH.101 Mosquito
  • de Havilland DH.102 Mosquito
  • de Havilland DH.103 Hornet
  • de Havilland DH.104 Dove
  • de Havilland DH.106 Comet
  • de Havilland DH.108 Swallow
  • de Havilland DH.110 Sea Vixen
  • de Havilland DH.113 Vampire
  • de Havilland DH.112 Venom
  • de Havilland DH.112 Sea Venom
  • de Havilland DH.114 Heron
  • de Havilland DH.115 Vampire Trainer
  • de Havilland DH.121 Trident
  • de Havilland DH.125 Jet Dragon

de Havilland Aeronautical Technical School

  • de Havilland T.K.1
  • de Havilland T.K.2
  • de Havilland T.K.3
  • de Havilland T.K.4
  • de Havilland T.K.5

de Havilland Australia

  • de Havilland Australia DHA-G1
  • de Havilland Australia DHA-G2
  • de Havilland Australia DHA-3 Drover

de Havilland Canada

  • de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk
  • de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver
  • de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter
  • de Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou
  • de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo
  • de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter
  • de Havilland Canada Dash 7
  • de Havilland Canada Dash 8
  • de Havilland Canada CC-108
  • de Havilland Canada CC-115
  • de Havilland Canada CT-120
  • de Havilland Canada C-127
  • de Havilland Canada CSR-123
  • de Havilland Canada CC-132
  • de Havilland Canada CC-138
  • de Havilland Canada CC-142
  • de Havilland Canada CT-142
  • de Havilland Canada AC-1
  • de Havilland Canada AC-2
  • de Havilland Canada C-7
  • de Havilland Canada C-8
  • de Havilland Canada CV-2
  • de Havilland Canada CV-7
  • de Havilland Canada E-9
  • de Havilland Canada L-20
  • de Havilland Canada O-5
  • de Havilland Canada U-1
  • de Havilland Canada U-6
  • de Havilland Canada UV-18

de Kalbermatten

(Laurent de Kalbermatten, Villars-sur-Glâne, Switzerland)

  • de Kalbermatten Woopy

de Kallis

((---) DeKallis, California)

  • de Kallis Air Truck[5]

de Knight

(William "Bart" de Knight, Levittown, PA)

  • de Knight Special[5]

de Lackner

((Donald) de Lackner Helicopters Inc., Mt Vernon, NY)

  • de Lackner DH-4 Heli-Vector[5]
  • de Lackner HO-2[5]
  • de Lackner HZ-1 Aerocycle[5]
  • de Lackner Model 125 Cloud Buster[28]

de Laurier

(Dr James de Laurier, Canada)

  • de Laurier 2001 Ornithopter[5]

de Lesseps

(Paul de Lesseps)

  • Monoplan de Lesseps

de Lloyd Thompson

  • de Lloyd Thompson Looper

de Lotty

((Henri) DeLotty Flying School: de Lotty Aircraftsmen Co, San Francisco, CA)

  • de Lotty 1929 Monoplane[5]

de Marçay

(Société Anonyme d'Etudes et de Construction Aéronautique Edmond de Marçay - SAECA Edmond de Marçay)

de Marçay-Kluijtmans

(Edmond de Marçay & J. Kluijtmans)

  • de Marçay-Kluijtmans 1907 Dirigeable
  • de Marçay-Kluijtmans 1908 Dirigeable

de Marçay-Moonen

(Edmond de Marçay & Emile Moonen)

  • de Marçay-Moonen 1911 monoplane
  • de Marçay-Moonen 1912 monoplane [29]
  • de Marçay-Moonen L'Abeille
  • de Marçay-Moonen 1912 2-seat monoplane
  • de Marçay-Moonen 1913 floatplane racer
  • de Marçay-Moonen 1914 double-biplane canard

de Marçay

(SAECA Edmond de Marçay or Anonyme d'Etudes et de Construction Aéronautique Edmond de Marçay)

  • de Marçay 1
  • de Marçay 2
  • de Marçay 3
  • de Marçay 4
  • de Marçay 5
  • de Marçay T-2
  • de Marçay Limousine
  • de Marçay Passe-Partout
  • de Marçay single-seat tourer

de Monge

(Louis de Monge)

  • De Monge DMP-1 (twin boom glider)
  • de Monge 1914 monoplane
  • Lumière-de Monge racer
  • Buscaylet-de Monge 5/2
  • Buscaylet-de Monge 7/3
  • Buscaylet-de Monge 7-4
  • Buscaylet-de Monge 7-5
  • Buscaylet-de Monge 8/1 CN.2
  • Buscaylet-de Monge 9/1
  • Buscaylet-de Monge 10/1 C.2
  • de Monge 120 RN.3
  • de Monge 140 BN.4
  • de Monge 5/1 (racer - Lumière-de Monge racer?)
  • de Monge 6/1 (amphibian project)
  • de Monge M-101
  • de Monge M-160
  • de Monge Live Wing monoplane

de Pischof

(Alfred de Pischof)

  • de Pischoff 1907 biplane
  • de Pischof 1911 Autoplan[30]
  • de Pischof Avionnette 1920[31]
  • de Pischof Estafette 1922[32]

de Schelde

(NV Koninklijke Maatschappij de Schelde)

  • de Schelde Scheldemusch
  • de Schelde Scheldemeeuw
  • de Schelde S.12[33][34]
  • de Schelde S.20[34]
  • de Schelde S.21[34][35]

de Vastey

(Georges de Vastey)

  • Georges de Vastey G-1 Papillon
  • Georges de Vastey G-2

de Viscaya

(Pierre de Viscaya)

  • de Viscaya PV-102[36]

de Witt

(Albert H de Witt, Gary, IN)

  • de Witt T-1[5]

Dean

(Herbert F Dean, Flint, MI)

  • Dean Delt-Air 250[5]

Dean

(Carlyle W Dean, VA)

  • Dean Parasol[5]

Debreyer

(Jean-Claude Debreyer)

  • Debreyer JCD-02 Pélican
  • Debreyer JCD-03 Pélican

Decazes

(Viscount Decazes and G. Besancon)

  • Decazes Helicoplane

Dechaux

(Dechaux)

  • Dechaux Helicop-jet[3]

Dedalus

  • Dedalus Poppy

Deekay

(Deekay Aircraft Corporation Ltd.)

  • Deekay Knight[33]

Deicke

(Arthur Deicke)

  • Deicke ADM 1[37]
  • Deicke ADM 2[37]
  • Deicke ADM 3[37]
  • Deicke ADM 4[37]
  • Deicke ADM 5[37]
  • Deicke ADM 6[37]
  • Deicke ADM 8[37]
  • Deicke ADM 9[37]
  • Deicke ADM 10[37]
  • Deicke ADM-11[38][39]
  • Deicke 1931 biplane (tricycle and tail-skid u/c)

Dejouy

(Jacques Dejouy)

  • Dejouy 4 BA[40]

Del Mar

  • Del Mar DH-2 Whirlymite[35]
  • Del Mar DH-2A Whirlymite Scout[35]
  • Del Mar DH-2C Target Drone[35]

Deland

(Orlando Helicopter Airways, Deland, FL)

  • Deland Travel Air 2000

Delanne

(Maurice Delanne, France)

  • Delanne DL-10[41]
  • Delanne 11[41]
  • Delanne DL-20T[42]
  • Delanne 30 P2[43]
  • Delanne 60 E1[44]
  • Delanne DL-70
  • Delanne DL-150
  • Delanne DL-160
  • Delanne DL-190

Delannoy

(Guy Delannoy)

  • Delannoy helicopter[1]

Delasalle-Lesage

(Gérard Feugray and Christian Lesage)

  • Delasalle-Lesage DL.260[3]
  • Delasalle-Lesage DL.340[3]

Delattre

(Jacques Delattre)

  • Delattre Potez 6[3]

Délémontez-Cauchy

(Jean Délémontez et Alain Cauchy)

  • Délémontez-Cauchy DC.1[3][45]

Délémontez-Desjardins

(Jean Délémontez et Jacques Desjardins)

  • Délémontez-Desjardins D.01 Ibis[3][46]

Délémontez-Miettaux

(Jean Délémontez &t Lucien Miettaux)

  • Délémontez-Miettaux DM.01 Bébé Spécial[3]

Deleray

(Deleray Aircraft Works, Freeport, NY)

  • Deleray D-5 Sport Plane[5]

Delgado

(Delgado Trades School, New Orleans, LA (now Delgado Community College))

  • Delgado Flash[5]
  • Delgado Maid[5]
  • Higgins Rotorplane[5]

Delta Helicopters

(Delta Helicopters, Tanah Merah, Queensland, Australia)

  • Delta D2

Delta Sailplane Corporation

  • Delta Sailplane Honcho
  • Delta Sailplane Nomad

Delta System Air

  • Delta Pegass

Delvion

(Jean DELmontez - Jacques VION)

  • Delvion DR 100 Diésel[47]
  • Delvion D 111 Diésel[47]
  • Delvion DVD (diésel)[47]
  • Delvion Zéphir[47]

Dementyev

  • Dementyev Mercury 6

Deming

(Gurnie A Deming, Lake Worth, FL)

  • Deming Mid-wing[5]

Demonty-Poncelet

  • Demonty-Poncelet D.P.I[48]
  • Demonty-Poncelet Cambgul II
  • Demonty-Poncelet Cyrano (Sabca)[49]

Dempsey

(Tom Dempsey, Odessa, TX)

  • Dempsey TD-2[5]
  • Dempsey TD-3 Beta Lightning[5]

Denel

  • Denel Rooivalk
  • Denel Aerospace Systems Bateleur
  • Denel SARA

Denhaut

(François Denhaut)

  • Denhaut Type A (1911)[50]
  • Denhaut Type B (1912)[50]
  • Denhaut Hy.749 (1926/27 Denhaut design built by France-Aviation)

Denize

(Robert Denize)

  • Denize RD.105 Raid Driver[1]
  • Denize RD.20 Raid Driver[3]
  • Denize RD.125 Raid Driver[51]
  • Denize RD.135 Raid Driver[51]

Denney

(Denney Aerocraft)

  • Denney Kitfox[5]
  • Denney Kitfox II[5]
  • Denney Kitfox III[5]
  • Denney Kitfox IV[5] (XL)

Denoix

(Élie Denoix)

  • Denoix ED.5 Demoiselle[1]

Deperdussin

(Société Pour les Appareils Deperdussin) (Note: there is much confusion over Deperdussin's aircraft so the listed aircraft here may refer to the same item, hopefully all will be revealed later)

  • Deperdussin Type A[52]
  • Deperdussin Type B Sports
  • Deperdussin Type C
  • Deperdussin Type D Monocoque
  • Deperdussin T[53]
  • Deperdussin TT
  • Deperdussin Coupe Schneider[54]
  • Deperdussin Type B concours militaire 1911[55]
  • Deperdussin 1912 Racing Monoplane
  • Deperdussin Monocoque
  • De Feure-Deperdussin No.2 Monoplane
  • British Deperdussin Seagull

Descamps

(Elisée Alfred Descamps)

  • Descamps 16
  • Descamps 17
  • Descamps 27[56]
  • Descamps-Brunet DB-16

Descatoire

(Christian Descatoire)

  • Descatoire CD.01 Astuss[3]

Desjardin

  • Desjardin Beaver des Pauvres

Desoutter

  • Desoutter Mk.I
  • Desoutter Mk.II

Detemple

(Detemple Helicopter Inc, Venice, CA)

  • Detemple DH-28[5]

Detroit Cleveland

  • Detroit Cleveland Airship

Dewald Leichtflugzeugbau Gmbh

(Bad Schönborn, Germany)

  • Dewald Sunny

Dewey

(Jim Dewey, Santa Paula, CA)

  • Dewey 1966 Monoplane[5]
  • Dewey Bird

Dewoitine

(Emile Dewoitine - Société Aéronautique Française, formerly Constructions Aéronautiques E. Dewoitine, nationalized in 1936 as Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Midi (SNCAM))

  • Dewoitine AXD
  • Dewoitine P-1
  • Dewoitine P-2[57]
  • Dewoitine P-3[58]
  • Dewoitine P-4[59]
  • Dewoitine D.1
  • Dewoitine D.2
  • Dewoitine D.3
  • Dewoitine D.4
  • Dewoitine D.5
  • Dewoitine D.6
  • Dewoitine D.7
  • Dewoitine D.8
  • Dewoitine D.9
  • Dewoitine D.10
  • Dewoitine D.12
  • Dewoitine D.13
  • Dewoitine D.14[60]
  • Dewoitine D.15
  • Dewoitine D.17
  • Dewoitine D.18
  • Dewoitine D.19
  • Dewoitine D.21
  • Dewoitine D.22
  • Dewoitine D.23
  • Dewoitine D.24
  • Dewoitine D.25
  • Dewoitine D.26
  • Dewoitine D.27
  • Dewoitine D.28[61]
  • Dewoitine D.30
  • Dewoitine D.31
  • Dewoitine D.33 Trait d'Union
  • Dewoitine D.332 Emeraude
  • Dewoitine D.333
  • Dewoitine D.337
  • Dewoitine D.338
  • Dewoitine D.342
  • Dewoitine D.35
  • Dewoitine D.37
  • Dewoitine D.371
  • Dewoitine D.373
  • Dewoitine D.40
  • Dewoitine HD.41
  • Dewoitine HD.411
  • Dewoitine HD-412[62]
  • Dewoitine D.420
  • Dewoitine D.430[63]
  • Dewoitine D.440
  • Dewoitine D.450
  • Dewoitine HD.460
  • Dewoitine D.470
  • Dewoitine D.480[64]
  • Dewoitine D.481[65]
  • Dewoitine D.490
  • Dewoitine D.500
  • Dewoitine D.501
  • Dewoitine D.503
  • Dewoitine D.510
  • Dewoitine D.511
  • Dewoitine D.513
  • Dewoitine D.520
  • Dewoitine D.521
  • Dewoitine D.530
  • Dewoitine D.531
  • Dewoitine D.532
  • Dewoitine D.535
  • Dewoitine D.550
  • Dewoitine D.551
  • Dewoitine D.560
  • Dewoitine D.570
  • Dewoitine D.580
  • Dewoitine D.590
  • Dewoitine D.600[66]
  • Dewoitine D.620
  • Dewoitine D.640
  • Dewoitine D.650
  • Dewoitine D.660
  • Dewoitine D.680
  • Dewoitine D.700
  • Dewoitine D.710
  • Dewoitine D.720[67]
  • Dewoitine HD.730
  • Dewoitine HD.731
  • Dewoitine D.750
  • Dewoitine D.760
  • Dewoitine D.770[68]
  • Dewoitine HD.780[69]
  • Dewoitine D.790
  • Dewoitine D.800
  • Dewoitine D.810
  • Dewoitine D.820
  • Dewoitine D.860
  • Dewoitine D.900
  • Dewoitine Navy Type D Carrier Fighter

DF Helicopters

  • DF Helicopters DF333
  • DF Helicopters DF334

DFS

(Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Segelflug) see also: RRG

  • DFS 39
  • DFS 40
  • DFS 54
  • DFS 193
  • DFS 194
  • DFS 203
  • DFS 228[39]
  • DFS 230
  • DFS 230F (despite designation it was a totally new aircraft)
  • DFS 331
  • DFS 332
  • DFS 346
  • DFS B6
  • DFS Condor
  • DFS E 32
  • DFS Einheitsschulflugzeug
  • DFS Fliege IIa
  • DFS Ha III
  • DFS Habicht
  • DFS Hangwind
  • DFS Hol's der Teufel
  • DFS Jacht 71
  • DFS Kranich
  • DFS Maikäfer
  • DFS Mo 6
  • DFS Mo 12
  • DFS Moazag'otl
  • DFS Olympia Meise
  • DFS Präsident
  • DFS Professor
  • DFS Reiher
  • DFS Rhönbussard
  • DFS Rhönadler
  • DFS Rhönsperber
  • DFS São Paulo
  • DFS Seeadler
  • DFS SG 38
  • DFS Stanavo
  • DFS Weihe

DFW

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

  • DFW B.I
  • DFW B.II
  • DFW C-type
  • DFW C.I
  • DFW C.II
  • DFW C.III
  • DFW C.IV
  • DFW C.V
  • DFW C.VI
  • DFW D.I
  • DFW D.II
  • DFW Dr.I
  • DFW T.28 Floh
  • DFW T.34-I
  • DFW T.34-II
  • DFW Mars
  • DFW P.1
  • DFW Pfiel
  • DFW R.I
  • DFW R.II
  • DFW R.III
  • DFW Stahl-Taube
  • DFW F 34
  • DFW F 37
  • D.F.W. Pusher Biplane
  • DFW MD 14[70]

DG

(DG Flugzeugbau GmbHpreviously Gläser-Dirks)

  • Rolladen-Schneider LS8
  • LS10
  • DG Flugzeugbau DG-800
  • DG Flugzeugbau DG-808
  • DG Flugzeugbau DG-1000 S

Diablo

(Diablo Aircraft Co, Stockton, CA)

  • Diablo 1929 Biplane[5]

Diamond Aircraft

  • Diamond DA20
  • Diamond DV20
  • Diamond DA40 Star
  • Diamond DA42 TwinStar
  • Diamond DA50
  • Diamond HK36 Super Dimona
  • Diamond D-Jet
  • Diamond Dart 280
  • Diamond Dart 450

Díaz

(Amalio Díaz)

  • Díaz type C

Dickey

(Shirl Dickey Enterprises, Phoenix, AZ)

  • Dickey E-Racer Mark 1
  • Dickey E-Racer Mark 2
  • Dickey King Racer

Didier ULM

(Francheval, France)

  • Didier Pti'tAvion

Diehl

(Diehl Aero-Nautical, Jenks, OK)

  • Diehl XTC Hydrolight[5]

Diemert

(Bob Diemert)

  • Diemert Defender

Dietrich

(Dietrich-Gobiet Flugzeugwerke AG - 1922, Richard-Dietrich-Flugzeugbau-GmbH, Dietrich Flugzeugwerke AG, Mannheim)

  • Dietrich DP I Sperber - 1922 2-seat sports biplane, 70 hp/51 kW Gnome rotary[71]
  • Dietrich DP II Bussard - sports biplane prototype, 63 hp/47 kW 5-cyl Siemens Sh 4, (x 1), no interplane struts
  • Dietrich DP IIa - production sports biplane, 83 hp/62 kW 7-cyl Siemens Sh 5, (x 53). DP IIa had N-type struts[72]
  • Dietrich DP III - 2+6 high-wing monoplane airliner, 1 x Benz Bz.IV or Rolls-Royce Falcon, abandoned[73]
  • Dietrich DP IV - [Project] 2-seat trainer (4-seat tourer?), 63 hp/47 kW 5-cyl Siemens Sh 4[74]
  • Dietrich DP V - [Project] 1+2 touring aircraft, Mercedes engine[75]
  • Dietrich DP VI - 1924 low-wing sports monoplane prototype, 49 hp/37 kW 3-cyl Haacke radial[76]
  • Dietrich-Gobiet DP.VII
  • Dietrich-Gobiet DP.VIIA
  • Dietrich DP IX - 2-seat, parasol-wing monoplane trainer, 62 kW (83 hp) 7-cyl Siemens Sh 5 - based on DP VIIa but with more powerful engine (x 8) D-806, D-807
  • Dietrich DP XI - 2-seat biplane, 71 kW (95 hp) 7-cyl Siemens Sh 11 - based on the DP IIa, with V-type interplane struts, rebuilt as RaKa RK 1 in 1926
  • Dietrich DS I

Dietz

((Conrad G) Dietz Laboratories, Cincinnati, OH, 1925: Dietz Aeroplane Co, 815 Herman Ave/33 Hess St, Dayton, OH)

  • Dietz C-4
  • Dietz 1927 Biplane[5]
  • Dietz 1928 Biplane[5]
  • Dietz Nighthawk[5]
  • Dietz Paraplane[5]
  • Dietz Special[5] a.k.a. 'The Comet'

Dietz-Schreiber

  • Dietz-Schreiber Skylark[5]

DiFoGa

(Frits Diepens Ford Garage)

  • DiFoGa 421[77][78]

DINFIA

(Dirección Nacional de Fabricación e Investigación Aeronáutica - Spanish language for "National Directorate of Aeronautical Manufacturing and Research").

  • DINFIA IA 24
  • DINFIA IA 25 Mañque: assault glider
  • DINFIA IA 28: twin-engined fighter based on IA-24 with Rolls-Royce Merlin engines
  • DINFIA IA 31
  • DINFIA IA 32 Chingolo: two-seat trainer aircraft
  • DINFIA IA 35 Huanquero
    • DINFIA IA 35 Type 1A
    • DINFIA IA 35 Type 1U
    • DINFIA IA 35 Type II
    • DINFIA IA 35 Type III
    • DINFIA IA 35 Type IV
    • DINFIA Constancia II
    • DINFIA Pandora
    • DINFIA IA 35 Guaraní I
  • DINFIA IA 38 Naranjero
  • DINFIA IA 45 Querandi
  • FMA IA 50 Guaraní II

DirectFly

(DirectFly sro, Hluk, Czech Republic)

  • DirectFly Alto
  • DirectFly ArGO

Discovery Aviation

  • Discovery Aviation Model 201

Distar

(Distar Air)

  • Distar UFM-13 Lambada
  • Distar Samba XXL

Dittmar

  • Dittmar HD 153 Motor-Move

Dixie

(Charles W Lay, Cincinnati, OH)

  • Dixie 1924 Monoplane[5]

Dixon

(Jess Dixon, Andalusia, AL)

  • Dixon 1936 Helicopter[5]

Dixon

(Tom Dixon, Burlington, NC)

  • Dixon Special[5]

DJB

(DJB Aeroplane Co (Harry Deuther, Junkin & Brukner), the basis for Weaver Aircraft Co. )

  • DJB Flying Boat[5]
  • DJB Scout[5]

D.K.D.

see:Działowskich

DLR

(Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR) - German Aerospace Center)

  • DLR HY4[79]

D.N.F.

(Dupperon, Niepce & Fetterer)

  • D.N.F. 1916 bomber

Doak

(Doak Aircraft Co Inc, Torrance, CA )

  • Doak DRD-1[5]
  • Doak VZ-4[5] Vertical takeoff/landing research aircraft

Doak & Deeds

((Edward) Doak & (Woody) Deeds Aircraft Co, Culver City, CA)

  • Doak & Deeds Sportsman[5]

Dobi

(Jurgis Dobkevičius - Lithuania)

  • Dobi-I
  • Dobi-II
  • Dobi-III

Doblhoff

(Friedrich Baron von Doblhoff)

  • Doblhoff WNF 342

Dockery-Barneko

(Leland Dockery and Ralph Barnecko, Valparaiso, IN)

  • Dockery-Barneko S-1[5]

Doerflein

(Howard Doerflein, Milwaukee WI.)

  • Doerflein Sportsman[5]

Dokuchayev

(Aleksnadr Yakovlevich Dokuchayev)

  • Dokuchayev 1910 biplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev No.2 biplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev No.3 biplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev No.4 biplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev No.5 monoplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev No.6 biplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev 1910 biplane (Aleksnadr Yakovlevich Dokuchayev)[80]
  • Dokuchayev 1912 sesquiplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev 1914 biplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev 1915 sesquiplane trainer[80]
  • Dokuchayev 1916 monoplane[80]
  • Dokuchayev 1916 biplane[80]

Doflug

(Dornier-Werke AG)

  • Doflug D-3800
  • Doflug D-3801
  • Doflug D-3802
  • Doflug D-3802A
  • Doflug D-3803

Doman

(1945: (Glidden S) Doman-(Clinton W) Frasier Helicopters Inc, New York, NY and Stamford, CT, 1949: Doman Helicopters Inc, Danbury, CT 195?: Berlin Doman Helicopters Inc (Europe).)

  • Doman D-10B[5]
  • Doman D-11[5]
  • Doman LZ-1[5]
  • Doman LZ-1A[5]
  • Doman LZ-2[5]
  • Doman LZ-2A Pelican[5]
  • Doman LZ-4[5]
  • Doman LZ-5[5]
  • Doman H-31[5]
  • Doman HC-1[5][81]

Dominion

(Dominion Aircraft Corporation Ltd, Renton, WA)

  • Dominion Skytrader 800[5]

Donnet-Denhaut

  • Donnet-Denhaut flying boat
  • Donnet-Denhaut Hispano-Suiza 140/150 hp[82]
  • Donnet-Denhaut Lorraine 160 hp[83]
  • Donnet-Denhaut Canton-Unné 160 hp[84]
  • Donnet-Denhaut Hispano-Suiza 200 hp RR[85]
  • Donnet-Denhaut Hispano-Suiza 275 hp[86]
  • Donnet-Denhaut Bimoteur[87]
  • Donnet-Denhaut DD-2
  • Donnet-Denhaut DD-3
  • Donnet-Denhaut DD-9
  • Donnet-Denhaut DD-10
  • Donnet H.B.3

Donnet-Lévêque

  • Donnet-Leveque Type A[88]
  • Donnet-Leveque Type B
  • Donnet-Leveque Type C

Dopourdois

(Georges Dopourdois)

  • Dopourdois DV.219[3]

Dorand

(Colonel Dorand, director of the Section Technique de l'Aéronautique (STAé) at Chalais-Meudon / Société d`Études des Giravions Dorand)

  • Dorand AR.1
  • Dorand AR.2
  • Dorand DO.1[89]

Dorand

(Réne Dorand / Société d'Etudes des Giravions Dorand / Société Francaise Du Gyroplane)

  • Dorand DH.011[1][90]
  • Dorand G.II Gyroplane[91]
  • Dorand G.20 Gyroplane[91]

Dorland

(L S Dorland, San Francisco, CA)

  • Dorland Helicopter

Dormoy

(Etienne Dormoy, Detroit, MI and Dayton, OH)

  • Dormoy 1919 Biplane
  • Dormoy 1920 Biplane
  • Dormoy Bathtub

Dorna

(H F Dorna Company)

  • Dorna Parandeh Abi
  • Dorna Parandeh Sefid
  • Dorna Free Bird

Dornier

(Dornier Werke GmbH) (During World War 1, Dornier designed for Zeppelin-Lindau)

  • Dornier Cs.I
  • Dornier Gs I[92]
  • Dornier Gs II[7][92][93]
  • Dornier Do A Libelle and Libelle II
  • Dornier Do B Merkur[92]
  • Dornier Do B Bal Merkur II[92]
  • Dornier Do C
  • Dornier C III Komet I[92]
  • Dornier Do C2[92]
  • Dornier Do C3
  • Dornier Do C4
  • Dornier Do D
  • Dornier Do E
  • Dornier Do F
  • Dornier G I Greif[92]
  • Dornier Do H Falke
  • Dornier Do H Seefalke
  • Dornier Do J Wal
  • Dornier Do J B
  • Dornier Do J G
  • Dornier Do J K
  • Dornier Do J II
  • Dornier Do K1
  • Dornier Do K2
  • Dornier Do K3
  • Dornier L1 Delphin I[92]
  • Dornier L2 Delphin II[92]
  • Dornier L3 Delphin III[92]
  • Dornier Do N
  • Dornier Do O
  • Dornier Do P
  • Dornier Do Q
  • Dornier Do R2 Superwal
  • Dornier Do R4 Superwal
  • Dornier Do S[92]
  • Dornier Do T
  • Dornier Do U
  • Dornier Do V
  • Dornier Do X
  • Dornier Do Y
  • Dornier Do 10
  • Dornier Do 11
  • Dornier Do 12 Libelle III
  • Dornier Do 13
  • Dornier Do 14
  • Dornier Do 15
  • Dornier Do 16 Wal
  • Dornier Do 17
  • Dornier Do 18
  • Dornier Do 19
  • Dornier Do 20[92]
  • Dornier Do 22
  • Dornier Do 23
  • Dornier Do 24
  • Dornier Do 25
  • Dornier Do 26
  • Dornier Do 27
  • Dornier Do 28
  • Dornier Do 29
  • Dornier Do 31
  • Dornier Do 32
  • Dornier Do 34
  • Dornier Do 128
  • Dornier Do 200
  • Dornier Do 212
  • Dornier Do 214
  • Dornier Do 215
  • Dornier Do 216[92]
  • Dornier Do 217
  • Dornier Do 228
  • Dornier Do 317
  • Dornier Do 318[39]
  • Dornier Do 328
  • Dornier Do 335 Pfeil
  • Dornier Do 435
  • Dornier Do 535
  • Dornier Do 635
  • Dornier Do 417[39]
  • Dornier Do 728
  • Dornier Alpha Jet
  • Dornier Spatz
  • Dornier Libelle (1921) 3-seater flying boat[94]
  • Dornier Libelle II
  • Dornier Libelle III
  • Dornier Delphin I
  • Dornier Delphin II
  • Dornier Delphin III
  • Dornier Falke
  • Dornier Greif[92]
  • Dornier Merkur[92]
  • Dornier Merkur II[92]
  • Dornier Komet I[92]
  • Dornier Komet II
  • Dornier Komet III
  • Dornier Seefalke
  • Dornier Superwal
  • Dornier Wal
  • Dornier Pfeil
  • Dornier Schneider trophy projects[92]
  • Dornier LTA

Dornier Seawings

  • Dornier Seawings Seastar

Dornier (Altenrhein)

see FFA

Douglas

(Charles M Ford, Al M Williams, and members of the Douglas Flying Club, Douglas, AZ)

  • Douglas 1909 Biplane[5]

Douglas

see also: Davis-Douglas, McDonnell-Douglas

  • Douglas A-1 Skyraider
  • Douglas A-2
  • Douglas A-3 Skywarrior
  • Douglas A-4 (target drone)
  • Douglas A-4 Skyhawk
  • Douglas A-6
  • Douglas A-20 Havoc
  • Douglas A-24 Banshee
  • Douglas A-26 Invader
  • Douglas A-33
  • Douglas A-42
  • Douglas AC-47 Spooky
  • Douglas AD Skyraider
  • Douglas A2D Skyshark
  • Douglas A3D Skywarrior
  • Douglas A4D Skyhawk
  • Douglas B-7
  • Douglas B-11
  • Douglas B-18 Bolo
  • Douglas B-19
  • Douglas B-22
  • Douglas B-23 Dragon
  • Douglas B-26 Invader
  • Douglas B-31
  • Douglas B-42 Mixmaster
  • Douglas B-43 Jetmaster
  • Douglas B-66 Destroyer
  • Douglas BD
  • Douglas BLR-2
  • Douglas BT-1
  • Douglas BT-2
  • Douglas BT-30[95]
  • Douglas BTD Destroyer
  • Douglas BT2D
  • Douglas C-1 Milirole
  • Douglas C-9 Skytrain II
  • Douglas C-21 Dolphin
  • Douglas C-24
  • Douglas C-26 Dolphin
  • Douglas C-29 Dolphin
  • Douglas C-32
  • Douglas C-33
  • Douglas C-34
  • Douglas C-38
  • Douglas C-39
  • Douglas C-41 (modified Douglas C-33)
  • Douglas C-41A (modified Douglas DC-3A)
  • Douglas C-42
  • Douglas C-47 Skytrain
  • Douglas C-48
  • Douglas C-49
  • Douglas C-50
  • Douglas C-51
  • Douglas C-52
  • Douglas C-53 Skytrooper
  • Douglas C-54 Skymaster
  • Douglas C-58
  • Douglas C-67 Dragon
  • Douglas C-68
  • Douglas C-74 Globemaster
  • Douglas C-84
  • Douglas C-110
  • Douglas C-112 Liftmaster
  • Douglas C-114 Skymaster
  • Douglas C-115 Skymaster
  • Douglas C-116 Skymaster
  • Douglas C-117 Super Dakota
  • Douglas C-118 Liftmaster
  • Douglas C-124 Globemaster II
  • Douglas C-129 Super Dakota
  • Douglas C-132
  • Douglas C-133 Cargomaster
  • Douglas CG-17
  • Douglas F-3
  • Douglas F-6 Skyray
  • Douglas F-10 Skyknight
  • Douglas F-24
  • Douglas F3D Skyknight
  • Douglas F4D Skyray
  • Douglas F5D Skylancer
  • Douglas F6D Missileer
  • Douglas FD
  • Douglas JD
  • Douglas O-2
  • Douglas O-5
  • Douglas O-7
  • Douglas O-8
  • Douglas O-9
  • Douglas O-14
  • Douglas O-22
  • Douglas O-25
  • Douglas O-29
  • Douglas O-31
  • Douglas O-32
  • Douglas O-34
  • Douglas O-35
  • Douglas O-36
  • Douglas O-38
  • Douglas O-43
  • Douglas O-44
  • Douglas O-46
  • Douglas O-48
  • Douglas O-53
  • Douglas OA-3
  • Douglas OA-4
  • Douglas OA-5
  • Douglas OD
  • Douglas O2D
  • Douglas P-48
  • Douglas P-70 Nighthawk
  • Douglas PD
  • Douglas P2D
  • Douglas P3D
  • Douglas RD
  • Douglas R2D
  • Douglas R3D
  • Douglas R4D
  • Douglas R5D
  • Douglas R6D
  • Douglas SBD Dauntless
  • Douglas SB2D
  • Douglas T2D
  • Douglas T3D[96]
  • Douglas TBD Devastator
  • Douglas TB2D Skypirate
  • Douglas X-3 Stiletto
  • Douglas XP-472
  • Douglas XS-3
  • Douglas 1-X
  • Douglas 1 Special[96]
  • Douglas 7
  • Douglas 8
  • Douglas 640
  • Douglas Boston
  • Douglas Cloudster II
  • Douglas Commuter[96]
  • Douglas D558-I Skystreak
  • Douglas D558-II Skyrocket
  • Douglas DA-1 Ambassador
  • Douglas Dakota
  • Douglas DAM-1
  • Douglas DB.1
  • Douglas DB.7
  • Douglas DB.19
  • Douglas DC-1
  • Douglas DC-2
  • Douglas DC-3
  • Douglas DC-4
  • Douglas DC-4E no relation to DC-4/C-54
  • Douglas DC-5
  • Douglas DC-6
  • Douglas DC-7
  • Douglas DC-8
  • Douglas DC-9
  • Douglas DF
  • Douglas DF-151
  • Douglas DF-195
  • Douglas Digby
  • Douglas Dolphin
  • Douglas DOS
  • Douglas DST
  • Douglas DT
  • Douglas DT-202
  • Douglas DWC
  • Douglas DXD
  • Douglas FP-1
  • Douglas FP-2
  • Douglas Havoc
  • Douglas HXD
  • Douglas L2D
  • Douglas LXD1
  • Douglas M-1
  • Douglas M-2
  • Douglas M-3
  • Douglas M-4
  • Douglas MO-2B[97]
  • Douglas Navy Experimental Type D Flying Boat
  • Douglas Navy Experimental Type D Transport
  • Douglas Navy Type D Transport
  • Douglas Navy Type 0 Transport
  • Douglas SDW[96]
  • Douglas Sinbad
  • Douglas Weilandcraft[96]
  • Douglas CC-129 Dakota Canadian Armed Forces

Douglas-Northrop

(see #Douglas)

Douheret

  • Douhéret Hélicoplane[98][99][100]

Dova Aircraft

(Paskov, Czech Republic)

  • Dova DV-1 Skylark
  • Dova DV-2 Infinity

Dow

(Robert W Dow, Flint, MI)

  • Dow A-1[5]

Downer

(C L Downer, Salt Lake City, UT)

  • Downer 1910 Quintuplane[5]

Downer

(Downer Aircraft Industries Inc, Alexandria, MN)

  • Downer 260[5]

Doyle

(Doyle Aero Corp, 3104 Elm Ave, Baltimore, MD)

  • Doyle O-2 Oriole[5]
  • Doyle O-3 Oriole[5] a.k.a. O-2 Special

Doyle

(Richard H Doyle, Franklin Park, IL)

  • Doyle gyroplane[5]
  • Doyle Moon Maid[5]

Doyle

( (Herbert Charles) Doyle, Rochester, NY)

  • Doyle 1911 Biplane[5]

Doyle-Brown

(Doyle-(R M) Brown Motorplane Co, New York, NY)

  • Doyle-Brown Motorplane[5]

Doyn

(Doyn Aircraft, Wichita, KS)

  • Doyn Dart I[5] (Cessna 170,172 and 175 conversions)
  • Doyn Dart II[5] (Piper apache conversions)

Drachen Studio Kecur

(Drachen Studio Kecur GmbH, Mettmann, Germany)

  • Drachen Studio Kecur Royal 912

Dragon

  • Dragon 150
  • Dragon 200

Dragon Fly

(Dragon fly Aircraft Corporation)

  • Dragon Fly monoplane[97]

Dreifke

(Ramon Dreifke, St Louis, MO)

  • Dreifke D-2[5]

Drezet

(Maurice Drezet)

  • Drezet 01[3]
  • Drezet-Mirouze 02 Drezair[3] (Maurice Drezet and Alain Mirouze)

Driggers

(Willard A Driggers, 1530 Olive St, Washington, DC, and Willow Grove, PA)

  • Driggers D1-A[5]
  • Driggers D2-A[5]

Driggs

(Driggs Aircraft Corp/Michigan Screw Co, Lansing, MI)

  • Driggs Dart 1[5] a.k.a. DJ-1
  • Driggs Dart 2[5]
  • Driggs Skylark 3[5]

Driggs-Johnson

( (Ivan) Driggs-(E A) Johnson Airplane & Supply Co, Dayton, OH)

  • Driggs-Johnson DJ-1 Bumblebee[5]
  • Driggs-Johnson Canary[5] a.k.a. DJ-1

DRS Technologies

  • DRS Technologies Neptune
  • DRS Sentry HP

Druiff-Neate

  • Druiff-Neate Cycloplane

Druine

  • Druine RD.1[1][101]
  • Druine RD.30
  • Druine Aigle 777[1][102]
  • Druine D.3 Turbulent
  • Druine D.31 Turbulent
  • Druine D.4 Turbulent
  • Druine D.5 Turbi
  • Druine D.60 Condor
  • Druine D.61 Condor
  • Druine D.62 Condor

DS

(Lebanon)

  • DS-1 Papillon

DSA

(Delft Student Aeroclub (DSA))

  • Lambach HL.I
  • Lambach HL.II

D.S.

  • D.S. No.1 Papillon[103]

DSK

(Duster Sailplane Kits)

  • DSK Duster[5]

DSK Airmotive

(DSK Airmotive, Ft Walton Beach, FL)

  • DSK Airmotive DSK-1 Hawk[5]
  • DSK Airmotive DSK-2 Golden Hawk[5]

DTA sarl

(Montélimar, France)

  • DTA Alizés
  • DTA Combo
  • DTA Diva
  • DTA Dynamic
  • DTA Evolution
  • DTA Feeling
  • DTA J-RO
  • DTA Magic
  • DTA Voyageur

Duane's Hangar

(Patrick Duane, Liberty, SC)

  • Duane's Hangar Ultrababy

du Temple

  • du Temple Monoplane

Dube

(Aviation Normand Dube, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec, Canada)

  • Norman Dube Aerocruiser
  • Norman Dube Aerocruiser Plus
  • Norman Dube Aerocruiser 450 Turbo

Duben

  • Duben helicopter[104]

Dubna

(Dubna Machine-Building Plant Production Technical Complex Co. Ltd,)

  • Dubna-2 OSA[105]
  • Dubna 4[105]

Ducournau

(Jean-Marc Ducournau)

  • Ducournau HLM.01[3]

Ducrot

(Vittorio Ducrot)

  • Ducrot SLD[6]

Dudakov-Konstantinov

  • Dudakov-Konstantinov U-1
  • Dudakov-Konstantinov MU-1

Dudek

(Stan Dudek, Somerville, NJ)

  • Dudek V-1 Sportplane[5]

Dudek

(Albert Dudek, Cleveland, OH)

  • Dudek-Beachey Pusher[5] (replica Beachey-Eaton 1914 Biplane)

Dudek Paragliders

(Bydgoszcz, Poland)

  • Dudek Action
  • Dudek Air-Light
  • Dudek Alt
  • Dudek Atak
  • Dudek Bi-Light
  • Dudek Coden
  • Dudek Colt
  • Dudek Condor
  • Dudek Elf
  • Dudek Freeway
  • Dudek Guliwer
  • Dudek Hadron
  • Dudek Jumbo
  • Dudek Lux
  • Dudek Mach 1.1
  • Dudek Manta
  • Dudek Marlin
  • Dudek Max
  • Dudek Nemo
  • Dudek Nucleon
  • Dudek Optic
  • Dudek Orca
  • Dudek Patrol
  • Dudek Plasma
  • Dudek Plus
  • Dudek Reaction
  • Dudek Rex
  • Dudek Shark
  • Dudek Snake
  • Dudek Synthesis
  • Dudek Top
  • Dudek Traper
  • Dudek Twix
  • Dudek Universal
  • Dudek Vip
  • Dudek Vox
  • Dudek Wezyr
  • Dudek Zagzig
  • Dudek Zak Speed

Dudley

  • Dudley Glass Slipper[106]

Dudley Watt

  • Dudley Watt D.W.2

Dufaux

(Dufaux, Armand and Henri, Switzerland)

  • Dufaux helicopter
  • Dufaux triplane
  • Dufaux 4
  • Dufaux 5
  • Dufaux fighter
  • Dufaux Avion-Canon[6]
  • Dufaux C.2 Fighter

Dufour

  • Dufour No.1[107]

Duigan

  • Duigan glider
  • Duigan pusher biplane
  • Duigan tractor biplane

Dudley Watt

  • Dudley Watt D.W.2

Duks

  • Dooks Meller I (a.k.a. Duks)[80]
  • Dooks Meller II[80]
  • Dooks Meller III[80]
  • Dooks No.2 pusher monoplane[80]
  • Dooks 1917 twin pusher[80]

Dumbravă

(Ioan Dumbravă)

  • Dumbravă Iaşi-1

Dumod

(Dumod Corp, Opa-Locka, FL)

  • Dumod Infinité I[5]
  • Dumod Infinité II[5]

Duncan (aircraft constructor)

  • Duncan Special a.k.a. DX-1 Sport

Dunham

(Erwin J Dunham, Hamburg, NY)

  • Dunham 1927 Monoplane[5]

Dunn

((William G) Dunn Mfg Co, Clarinda, IA)

  • Dunn K-5 Cruzaire[5]

Dunn-Tate

(Harry & Frank Dunn, Anderson, IN)

  • Dunn-Tate 1910 Biplane[5]

Dunne

(J. W. Dunne) see also: Burgess-Dunne

  • Dunne D.1
  • Dunne D.2
  • Dunne D.3
  • Dunne D.4
  • Dunne D.5
  • Dunne D.6
  • Dunne D.7 (Dunne-Capper monoplane)
  • Dunne D.8
  • Dunne D.9
  • Dunne D.10

Dupau

(Marcel Dupau)

  • Dupau 12 Papy-on[3]

DuPont

(Dupont Aerospace)

  • Dupont Aerospace DP-2

Dupperon-Niepce-Fetterer

  • Dupperon-Niepce-Fetterer 1916 bomber[108][109]

Dupuy

(Roger Dupuy)

  • Dupuy 40[110]

Durand

(William H Durand, 84 St & McKinley Ave)

  • Durand A-45[5]
  • Durand Mk V[5]
  • Durand XD-85[5]

Duranton

  • Duranton DE.01 Junior[3]

Durand et Delaville

(Claude Durand and Delaville)

  • Durand et Delaville RB.01 Beauregard[1][111]

Durandeaux

(Durandeaux)

  • Durandeaux D.510[1]

Durant

( (Rex C "Cliff") Durant Aircraft Corp, Durant Field, 82 Ave at E 14 St, Oakland, CA)

  • Durant Tour Plane[5] (Standard J-1 Conversions)

Durban

(Durban Aircraft, South Africa)

  • Durban Aeriel II - formerly "Genair Aeriel 2", a Piel Emeraude built under licence[112]

Durenleau

(René Durenleau, Franklin, VT)

  • Durenleau A-1 Biddy Buddy[5]

Durley

(Bill Durley)

  • Durl-E-Aire[113]- parasol wing amateur built aircraft, one built

Duruble

(Roland Duruble)

  • Duruble RD-02 Edelweiss
  • Duruble RD-03 Edelweiss

DUS

(Jerzy Dabrowski and Antoni Uszacki)

  • DUS III Ptapta

Duverne-Saran

(Duverne & Saran)

Dvorak

(George J. Dvorak, Redding, CA)

  • Dvorak MiniOne[5]

Dwight-Lund

  • Dwight-Lund 1911 Aeroplane

Dycer

((Charles F & Edward A) Dycer Airport Corp, 136 St & Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA)

  • Dycer Sportplane[5]

Dye

(Elmer F Dye, Encanto, CA)

  • Dye Dart Sport[5]

Dye-Morrow

(Elmer F Dye & Ed Morrow, Encanto and San Diego, CA)

  • Dye-Morrow LW[5]

Dyer

(Stephen E Dyer, Aurora, CO)

  • Dycer Dycercraft[5]

Dyke

((John W) Dyke Aircraft, Fairborn, OH)

  • Dyke JD-1 Delta[5]
  • Dyke JD-2 Manta Delta[3][5]
  • Dyke Stingray[5]

Dyle et Bacalan

(Société Dyle et Bacalan à Bordeaux / Société Anonyme de Travaux Dyle et Bacalan)

  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-10
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-20[116]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-30[117]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-40[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-50[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-60[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-70[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-80[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-81[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan DB-90[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan AB-20[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan AB-21[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan AB-22[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan AB-80[118]
  • Dyle et Bacalan LH-70[118]

Dyn'Aéro

  • Dyn'Aéro CR.100
  • Dyn'Aéro CR.120
  • Dyn'Aéro MCR01 VLA Sportster
  • Dyn'Aéro MCR01 Club
  • Dyn'Aéro MCR01 ULC
  • Dyn'Aéro MCR4S
  • Dyn'Aéro Twin-R
  • Dyn'Aéro ELA-1
  • Dyn'Aéro MCR2S Ibis
  • Dyn'Aéro Pickup
  • Dyn'Aéro Three seat
  • Dyn'Aéro Four seat
  • Dyn'Aéro Four seat Performance
  • Dyn'Aéro CITEC
  • Dyn'Aéro MCR R180
  • Dyn'Aéro MCR R180 Limousine

Dynali

(Dynali Helicopter Company)

  • Dynali H2
  • Dynali H2S
  • Dynali H3 Easyflyer

Dynalifter

  • Dynalifter DL-100[119]

Dynamic OK

  • Dynamic OK WT-9

Dynamic Sport

(Kielce, Poland)

  • Dynamic Sport Climber
  • Dynamic Sport Enigma
  • Dynamic Sport Gravis
  • Dynamic Sport Magnum
  • Dynamic Sport Raven
  • Dynamic Sport Rocket
  • Dynamic Sport Viper

Dyott

(G.M. Dyott)

  • Dyott 1913 monoplane
  • Dyott Bomber

D'Yves Air Pub

(La Chapelle-en-Vexin, France)

  • D'Yves Yvasion 2000
  • D'Yves Mikalight
  • D'Yves Titanox
  • D'Yves Single-Seater Trike
  • D'Yves Airmax Double-Seater Trike
  • D'Yves Double-Seater Trike

Działowskich

(Stanislav Działowskich)

  • Działowski D.K.D.1[4]
  • Działowski D.K.D.3[4]
  • Działowski D.K.D.4[4]
  • Działowski D.K.D.5[4]
  • Działowski D.K.D.6[4]
  • Działowski D.K.D.7[4]
  • Działowski D.K.D.8[4]
  • Działowski D.K.D.10 Aeromobil[4]

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