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

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    1. H

    Hackel

    (Yakov Modestovich Gakkel)

    • Hackel I 1909[1]
    • Hackel I[1]
    • Hackel II[1]
    • Hackel III[1]
    • Hackel IV[1]
    • Hackel V[1]
    • Hackel VI[1]
    • Hackel VII[1]
    • Hackel VIII[1]
    • Hackel IX[1]

    Hackenberger

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

    • Hackenberger 1A[2]
    • Hackenberger H[2]

    Hadley & Blood

    (C O Hadley, Mineola, NY)

    • Hadley & Blood 1911 Biplane[2]

    Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk

    (Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk - Navy aircraft factory)

    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.1 (based on Farman biplanes seen by Einar Sem-Jacobsen)
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.2 (Based on FF.1)
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.3 Hydro Based on Farman F.40
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.4
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.5 (T.1)
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.6 (T.2)
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.7 Hauk Hannoversche Waggonfabrik's CL.V built under licence
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.8 Måke Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 built under licence
    • Hærens Flyvemaskinfabrikk FF.9 Kaje

    Haeco

    (Robert Hatfield, Imperial, CA)

    • Haeco Hornet[2]

    Haessler

    (Helmut Haessler / Haessler-Villinger)

    • Haessler-Villinger H.V.1[3]
    • Haessler H3[3]

    Häfeli

    (August Häfeli)

    • Häfeli DH-1
    • Häfeli DH-2
    • Häfeli DH-3
    • Häfeli DH-4
    • Häfeli DH-5
    • Häfeli MA-7[4]

    Hafner

    (Raoul Hafner)

    • Hafner-Rath HR-1 Gelse (with Josef Rath)
    • Hafner R.I
    • Hafner R.II
    • Hafner A.R.III Gyroplane
    • Hafner A.R.IV Gyroplane
    • Hafner A.R.V Gyroplane
    • Hafner PD.6
    • Hafner H.8 Rotachute
    • Hafner Rotabuggy

    Hagiwara

    (Hisao Hagiwara / Jiyu Koku Kenkyusho (Liberty Aeronautical Research Institute))

    • Hagiwara JHX-1[5]
    • Hagiwara JHX-2[5]
    • Hagiwara JHX-3[5]
    • Hagiwara JHX-4[5]

    Hagness

    (Ernest Hagness, Portland, TX)

    • Hagness Hokey Pokey#1[2]

    HAI

    (Hellenic Aerospace Industry)

    • HAI Pegasus

    Haig

    (Joseph Haig)

    • Haig 1986 Monoplane[2]

    Haig

    (Larry Haig)

    • Haig Minibat

    Haig-K

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

    • Haig-K HK-1[2]

    Haigh

    (Henry Haigh, Howell, MI)

    • Haigh Super Star[2]

    Haim

    (Haim Aviation Inc.)

    • Haim Sam LS

    Haines

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

    • Haines H-2[2]
    • Haines H-3 Firefly[2]
    • Haines Low-Wing[2]

    Halberstadt

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

    • Halberstadt B.I[6]
    • Halberstadt B.II[6]
    • Halberstadt B.III[6]
    • Halberstadt C.I[6]
    • Halberstadt C.III[6]
    • Halberstadt C.V
    • Halberstadt C.VII[6]
    • Halberstadt C.VIII[6]
    • Halberstadt C.IX[6]
    • Halberstadt CL.II
    • Halberstadt CL.IV
    • Halberstadt CLS.I[6]
    • Halberstadt D.I
    • Halberstadt D.II
    • Halberstadt D.III
    • Halberstadt D.IV
    • Halberstadt D.V
    • Halberstadt G.I[6]
    • Halberstadt A15
    • Halberstadt B15

    Halbronn

    (Robert Halbronn & Todd)

    • Halbronn H.T.1 a.k.a. Labourdette-Halbron
    • Halbronn H.T.2

    Hales

    (Hales Aircraft, Oklahoma City, OK)

    • Hales 1932 Monoplane[2]
    • Hales 1933 Monoplane[2]
    • Hales 102[2]

    Hall

    (Ernest C Hall, Warren, OH)

    • Hall 1911 Monoplane[2]

    Hall

    (Robert P Hall, Searchlight, NV)

    • Hall 1911 Monoplane[2]

    Hall

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

    • Hall Helicopter Aeroplane[2]

    Hall

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

    • Hall A[2]

    Hall

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

    • Hall 118 flying Auto
    • Hall XCP-1[2]

    Hall/Hall-Springfield

    (Springfield Aircraft Inc (Fdr: Robert L Hall), Springfield, MA)

    • Hall Bulldog[2]
    • Hall Cicada[2]

    Hall Aluminium

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

    • Hall Aluminium Air Yacht[2]
    • Hall Aluminium Monoped[2]
    • Hall XFH[2]
    • Hall PH[2]
    • Hall XP2H[2]
    • Hall XPTBH

    Halladay

    (C L Halladay, Jackson, MI)

    • Halladay 1911 pusher[2]
    • Halladay 1911 Racer[2]
    • Halladay 1915 Flying Boar[2]

    Hallas

    (Charles Hallas, Northville, MN)

    • Hallas 1929 Monoplane[2]

    Haller

    (Rudolf Haller)

    • Haller Ha 6
    • Haller Ha 22[3]
    • Haller Ha 23[3]

    Haller

    (Oldřich haller)

    • Haller H-8[7]
    • Haller H-9[7]
    • Haller H-11

    Halligan

    (Russel and Francis Halligan, Beardstown, IL)

    • Halligan 1923 Helicopter[2]

    Hallock

    (Bruce Hallock, Austin, TX)

    • Hallock Road Wing (a.k.a. HT-1)[2]
    • Hallock Pterodactyl[2]

    Halpin

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

    • Halpin Flamingo

    Halpin-Huf

    (Richard Halpin and Tom Huf)

    • H&H Fun Special[2]

    Halsmer

    (Joseph L Halsmer, Lafayette, IN)

    • Halsmer Aero Car 3[2]
    • Halsmer Safety Twin[2]

    Halsted

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

    • Halsted BH-1 Saffire[2]

    Halton

    (Halton Aero Club)

    • Halton HAC.1 Mayfly
    • Halton HAC.2 Minus
    • Halton HAC.3 Meteor[8][9]

    Hamao

    (T Hamao)

    • Hamao Siakara Tombo[10]

    Hamble River, Luke & Co Limited

    • Hamble River H.L.1 Seaplane

    Hamburger Flugzeugbau

    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 135[11]
    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 136[11]
    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 137
    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 138
    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 139
    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 140
    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 141
    • Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 142

    Hamilton

    (Charles K Hamilton, Mineola, NY)

    • Hamilton Hamiltonian[2]

    Hamilton

    • Hamilton 1910 Aeroplane[2]
    • Hamilton 1911 Aeroplane[2]
    • Hamilton 1912 Tractor Biplane[2]
    • Hamilton 1913 Biplane[2]
    • Hamilton 1915 Flying Boat[2]
    • Hamilton 1915 Aeroplane (Curtiss copy)[2]
    • Hamilton 1916 Tractor Biplane[2]
    • Hamilton H-18[2]
    • Hamilton H-19 Silver Eagle[12]
    • Hamilton H-20 Silver Swan[12]
    • Hamilton H-21[2][12]
    • Hamilton H-22 Silver Sea-dan[2][12]
    • Hamilton H-23[2]
    • Hamilton H-43[2]
    • Hamilton H-45
    • Hamilton H-47 (a.k.a. Special)
    • Hamilton C-89

    Hamilton

    (J W Hamilton, Mineola, NY)

    • Hamilton 1911 Monoplane[2]

    Hamilton

    (Hamilton Helicopter Co, Baltimore, MD)

    • Hamilton 1949 Helicopter[2]

    Hamilton

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

    • Hamilton HA-1 (conv. of TC-45J N28471)[2]
    • Hamilton Little Liner (Beech18/C-45 Conv.s)[2]
    • Hamilton T-28R Nomair (T-28 conversions)[2]
    • Hamilton Westwind (Beech 18 turboprop conversions)[2]

    Hamilton

    (Hamilton Aerospace. San Antonio, TX)

    • Hamilton H-1[2][13]
    • Hamilton HX-321[2]
    • Hamilton HXT-2[2]

    Hamilton

    (Tom Hamilton)

    • Hamilton Glasair

    Hammer

    (Russell Hammer, Indianapolis, IN)

    • Hammer ANZ-3[2]

    Hammer-Hunt

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

    • Hammer-Hunt HH-1 Zipper[2]

    Hammond

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

    • Hammond 100[2]
    • Hammond Y[2]
    • Stearman-Hammond Y-125[2]

    Hampton

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

    • Hampton 1930 Monoplane[2]

    Hancock

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

    • Hancock Cadet[2]

    Handasyde

    (Handasyde Aircraft Company, United Kingdom)

    • Handasyde H.2[14]
    • Handasyde Monoplane
    • Handasyde glider

    H&E Paramotores

    (Madrid, Spain)

    • H&E Paramotores Corsario
    • H&E Paramotores Simonini
    • H&E Paramotores Solo
    • H&E Paramotores Ziklon

    Hand-Hoffman

    (Edgar Hand & Jack Hoffman, Susalito, CA)

    • Hand-Hoffman 1908 Monoplane[2]

    Handley

    (Wayne Handley, Greenfield, CA)

    • Handley Raven T[2]

    Handley Page

    • Handley Page Type A - monoplane (1910) (HP.1)
    • Handley Page Type B - biplane (HP.2)
    • Handley Page Type D - monoplane (1911) (HP.4)
    • Handley Page Type E - monoplane (HP.5)
    • Handley Page Type F - monoplane (HP.6)
    • Handley Page Type G - biplane (HP.7)
    • Handley Page Type L - biplane - never flew (HP.8)
    • Handley Page HP.14 -
    • Handley Page Type O - twin-engined bomber (HP.16)
      • Handley Page O/7 bomber
      • Handley Page O/10 airliner
      • Handley Page O/11 airliner
      • Handley Page O/100
      • Handley Page O/400
    • Handley Page Type S
    • Handley Page Type T
    • Handley Page Type Ta
    • Handley Page V/1500
    • Handley Page Type W airliner
      • Handley Page W.8
      • Handley Page W.9
      • Handley Page W/400 airliner
    • Handley Page HP.18
    • Handley Page HP.19 Hanley
    • Handley Page HP.22
    • Handley Page HP.23
    • Handley Page HP.24 Hyderabad
    • Handley Page HP.25 Hendon
    • Handley Page HP.26 Hamilton
    • Handley Page HP.27 Hampstead
    • Handley Page HP.28 Handcross
    • Handley Page HP.30
    • Handley Page HP.31 Harrow
    • Handley Page HP.32 Hamlet
    • Handley Page HP.33 Hinaidi I
    • Handley Page HP.34 Hare
    • Handley Page HP.35 Clive
    • Handley Page HP.36 Hinaidi II
    • Handley Page HP.38 Heyford prototype
    • Handley Page HP.39 Gugnunc
    • Handley Page HP.42 ("HP.42E" - Eastern)
    • Handley Page HP.43
    • Handley Page HP.45 ("HP.42W" - Western)
    • Handley Page HP.50 Heyford production
    • Handley Page HP.51
    • Handley Page HP.52 Hampden
    • Handley Page HP.53 Hereford
    • Handley Page HP.54 Harrow
    • Handley Page HP.57 Halifax
      • Handley Page HP.57 Halifax B Mk.I
      • Handley Page HP.59 Halifax B Mk.II
      • Handley Page HP.61 Halifax B Mk.III
      • Handley Page HP.63 Halifax B Mk.V
      • Handley Page HP.70 Halifax C Mk.VIII
      • Handley Page HP.71 Halifax A Mk.IX
    • Handley Page HP.67 Hastings C Mk.1
      • Handley Page HP.94 Hastings C Mk.4
      • Handley Page HP.95 Hastings C Mk.3
    • Handley Page HP.68 Hermes 1
      • Handley Page HP.74 Hermes 2
      • Handley Page HP.81 Hermes 4
      • Handley Page HP.82 Hermes 5
    • Handley Page HP.70 Halton
    • Handley Page HP.75 Manx
    • Handley Page HP.80 Victor
    • Handley Page HP.87
    • Handley Page HP.88
    • Handley Page HP.100
    • Handley Page HP.113[15]
    • Handley Page HP.115
    • Handley Page HP.137 Jetstream

    Handley Page (Reading)

    Formed from assets of Miles Aircraft

    • Handley Page HPR.1 Marathon - airliner developed by Miles
    • Handley Page HPR.2 Basic Trainer - basic trainer
    • Handley Page HPR.3 Herald - prototype for Dart Herald airliner
    • Handley Page HPR.5 Marathon - Miles M.69 Marathon II used engine test bed
    • Handley Page HPR.7 Dart Herald - airliner

    Hanes

    (Arnold Hanes, Los Angeles, CA)

    • Hanes H-1 Hornet[2]

    Hanken

    (William B Hanken, Monticello, IA)

    • Hanken HDT-681[2]

    Hannaford

    • Hannaford Bee[2]

    Hannover

    (Hannoversche Waggonfabrik A.G.)

    • Hannover C.I
    • Hannover CL.II
    • Hannover CL.III
    • Hannover CL.IV
    • Hannover CL.V
    • Hannover F.3
    • Hannover F.10

    Hanriot

    • Hanriot 1907 Monoplane[16]
    • Hanriot 1909 monoplane[16]
    • Hanriot 1910 Type-1 Monoplane[16]
    • Hanriot 1910 Type-II Monoplane"Libellule" ("Dragonfly")[16]
    • Hanriot 1910 Type-III Monoplane[16]
    • Hanriot 1911 Type-IV Monoplane[16]
    • Hanriot 1912 Monoplane[16]
    • Hanriot HD.1
    • Hanriot HD.2
    • Hanriot HD.3
    • Hanriot HD 3bis
    • Hanriot HD.4
    • Hanriot HD.5
    • Hanriot HD.6
    • Hanriot HD.7
    • Hanriot HD.8
    • Hanriot HD.9
    • Hanriot HD.12
    • Hanriot LH.10
    • Hanriot LH.11
    • Hanriot LH 11bis
    • Hanriot LH.12
    • Hanriot LH.13
    • Hanriot HD.14
    • Hanriot H 14CR
    • Hanriot HD.14S
    • Hanriot HD.15
    • Hanriot LH.16
    • Hanriot H.16
    • Hanriot HD.17
    • Hanriot HD.18[17]
    • Hanriot HD.19
    • Hanriot H 19 Et2
    • Hanriot HD.20
    • Hanriot LH 21S
    • Hanriot HD.22[18]
    • Hanriot HD.24[19]
    • Hanriot H.25T[20]
    • Hanriot H.26
    • Hanriot HD.27
    • Hanriot HD.28
    • Hanriot HD.29
    • Hanriot LH.30[21]
    • Hanriot H.31
    • Hanriot HD.32
    • Hanriot H.33[22]
    • Hanriot H.34[23]
    • Hanriot H.35
    • Hanriot H.36
    • Hanriot H.38[24]
    • Hanriot HD.40S
    • Hanriot H.41
    • Hanriot HD.41H
    • Hanriot H.43
    • Hanriot H.46 Styx[25]
    • Hanriot LH 60[26]
    • Hanriot LH 61[27]
    • Hanriot LH.70
    • Hanriot H.110
    • Hanriot-Biche H 110 (LH 110)[28]
    • Hanriot H.115
    • Hanriot H.131-01[29]
    • Hanriot H.131-02
    • Hanriot HD.141
    • Hanriot H.161
    • Hanriot H.170
    • Hanriot H 170M
    • Hanriot H 171
    • Hanriot H 172B
    • Hanriot H 172N
    • Hanriot H 173
    • Hanriot H 174
    • Hanriot H 175
    • Hanriot H.180
    • Hanriot H 180T
    • Hanriot H 181
    • Hanriot H 182
    • Hanriot H 183
    • Hanriot H 184
    • Hanriot H 185
    • Hanriot H.190M
    • Hanriot H.191
    • Hanriot H.192B
    • Hanriot H.192N
    • Hanriot H.195
    • Hanriot H.220
    • Hanriot H.230
    • Hanriot H.231
    • Hanriot H.232
    • Hanriot HD.320
    • Hanriot HD.321
    • Hanriot H.410
    • Hanriot H.411
    • Hanriot LH.412
    • Hanriot LH.431
    • Hanriot LH.432
    • Hanriot LH.433
    • Hanriot H.436
    • Hanriot LH.437
    • Hanriot H.438
    • Hanriot H.439
    • Hanriot H.461[30]
    • Hanriot H.462[31]
    • Hanriot H.463[32]
    • Hanriot H.464[33]
    • Hanriot H.465[34]
    • Hanriot H.510[35]

    Hansa-Brandenburg

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

    • Hansa-Brandenburg B.I
    • Hansa-Brandenburg C.I
    • Hansa-Brandenburg C.II[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg D.I
    • Hansa-Brandenburg CC
    • Hansa-Brandenburg D
    • Hansa-Brandenburg FB
    • Hansa-Brandenburg FD
    • Hansa-Brandenburg G.I
    • Hansa-Brandenburg GDW[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg GF
    • Hansa-Brandenburg GNW
    • Hansa-Brandenburg GW
    • Hansa-Brandenburg KD
    • Hansa-Brandenburg K
    • Hansa-Brandenburg KDD[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg KDW
    • Hansa-Brandenburg L.14
    • Hansa-Brandenburg L.16
    • Hansa-Brandenburg LDD
    • Hansa-Brandenburg NW
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.11
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.12
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.13
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.16[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.17[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.18[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.19
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.20
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.23[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.25[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.27
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.29
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.32
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.33
    • Hansa-Brandenburg W.34[6]
    • Hansa-Brandenburg ZM

    Hanseatische Flugzeug-Werke

    • Caspar D.I[6]

    Hansen

    (Perry D Hansen, Lansing, MI)

    • Hansen Special[2]

    Hansen

    (Willam Hansen)

    • Hansen WH-1 Thunderchicken[2]

    Hansen-Loock

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

    • Hansen-Loock 1930 Dirigible[2]

    Hanson

    (Carl L Hanson, Mercer Island, WA)

    • Hanson Woodwind[2][36]

    Hants & Sussex

    (Hants and Sussex Aviation Ltd.)

    • Hants & Sussex Herald

    Hanuschke

    • Hanuschke Monoplane[6]

    HAPI

    (HAPI Engines)

    • HAPI SF2A Cygnet[37]

    Harbin (HAMC)

    • Dongfeng-113[38]
    • Song Hua Jiang-1[38]
    • Heilongjiang-1 (Harbin Aviation Polytechnic School)[38]
    • Harbin model 701[38]
    • Harbin B-5
    • Harbin H-5
    • Harbin SH-5
    • Harbin Y-11
    • Harbin Y-12
    • Harbin Z-5
    • Harbin/CHDRI Z-6
    • Harbin Z-9
    • Harbin Z-15
    • Harbin Z-19
    • Harbin Z-20

    Hardwick-Whittenbeck

    (Dennis Hardwick & Clem Whittenbeck, Joplin, MO)

    • Hardwick-Whittenbeck HW Special[2]

    Harlequin

    (Harlequin Flying Club, San Francisco, CA)

    • Harlequin 1931 Monoplane[2]

    Harley-Stromer

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

    • Harley-Stromer 'Oregon Maid'[2]

    Harlow

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

    • Harlow C-80
    • Harlow PJC-1
    • Harlow PJC-2
    • Harlow PJC-4
    • Harlow PJC-5
    • Harlow PC-5
    • Harlow PC-5A
    • Harlow PC-6

    Harmening's High Flyers

    (Genoa, IL)

    • Harmening High Flyer

    Harmon

    (Harmon Engineering Company)

    • Harmon Der Donnerschlag[2]
    • Harmon Mister America

    Harmon

    (C B Harmon)

    • Harmon 1911 Biplane[2]

    Harmon

    (George Richard Harmon, Richmond, VA)

    • Harmon 1935 Biplane[2]

    Harmon

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

    • Harmon Rocket 1 (Van's RV-3 Conv.)[2]
    • Harmon Rocket 11 (Van's RV-4 Conv.)[2]
    • Harmon Rocket 111 (Van's RV-5 Conv.)[2]

    Harmon-Spellman

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

    • Harmon-Spellman Sport[2]

    Harper

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

    • Harper 1-A[2]
    • Harper B-2[2]
    • Harper Roberts Special[2]

    Harper Aircraft

    (Jacksonville, FL)

    • Harper Lil Breezy

    Harriman

    (John Emery Harriman, Boston or Brookline, MA)

    • Harriman 1904 Flying Machine[2]
    • Harriman 1910 Aerocar[2]
    • Harriman 1910 Aeromobile[2]

    Harriman

    ((Frank H/Frank M) Harriman Motor Works, South Glastonbury, CT) (Flew in the 1913 Great Lakes Reliability Cruise)[39]

    • Harriman 1912 Biplane[2]
    • Harriman 1913 Hydro[2]
    • Harriman 1915 Triplane[2]

    Harriman

    (H E Harriman, Mineola, NY)

    • Harriman 1919 Multi-Wing[2]

    Harris

    (Richard Hillman Harris, Atlanta, GA)

    • Harris parasol[2]

    Harris

    (Douglas Harris, Pawtucket, RI)

    • Harris 1930 Monoplane[2]

    Harris

    (Vernon C Harris, Heyworth, IL)

    • Harris Little Jewel[2]

    Harris

    (J Warren Harris, Vernal, UT)

    • Harris Geodetic#1[2]
    • Harris Geodetic#2[2]
    • Harris Geodetic LW 108

    Harrison

    (Charles D Harrison)

    • Harrison K1S-1[2]

    Harrison

    (Bruce Harrison, Redding, CA)

    • Harrison Saunders Jethawk[2]

    Harth

    (George Harth, The Dalles, OR)

    • Harth Sport[2]

    Hartman

    (Arthur J Hartman, Burlington, IA)

    • Hartman 1910 Monoplane[2]
    • Burlington Biplane[2]
    • Burlington 1938 Monoplane[2]
    • Burlington H-1[2]

    Hartmann

    (Hartmann Aircraft Corp, Jordan, NY)

    • Hartmann OW-5M[2]

    Hartwig

    (Hartwig Industries, San Antonio, TX)

    • Hartwig Little 'Copter[2]

    Hartzell

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

    • Johnson-Hartzell FC-1[2]
    • Johnson-Hartzell FC-2[2]
    • Hartzell MR-1[2]
    • Hartzell XX[2]

    Harvard

    (Harvard Aeronautical Society, Cambridge, MA)

    • Harvard Number 1[2]

    HarvEd

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

    • HarvEd 1928 Monoplane[2]
    • HarvEd 1929 Monoplane[2]

    Hash

    (Jack Hash, Crosbyton, TX)

    • Hash Special[2]

    Hast

    (George Hast)

    • Hast Wooden Baby[2]

    Hastings

    ((Reed) Hastings Aeronautics Co, Hastings, NE)

    • Hastings JCH-1[2]

    HAT

    (Hellenic Aeronautical Technologies)

    • HAT LS2

    Hatfield

    (Bob & Cliff Hatfield, Imperial, CA)

    • Hatfield Haeco Hornet[2]
    • Hatfiel Racer[2]

    Hatfield

    (Milton Hatfield, Elkhart, IN)

    • Hatfield Prototype
    • Hatfield Prototype 2
    • Hatfield Little Bird
    • Hatfield Little Bird
    • Hatfield Little Bird

    Hatz

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

    • Hatz CB-1[2]

    Hatzenbuhler

    (Howard F Hatzenbuhler, Mt Clemens, MI)

    • Hatzenbuhler Packard A[2]

    Haufe

    (Walter H Haufe, Neenah, WI)

    • Haufe Dale Hawk 2[2]
    • Haufe HA-G-1 Buggie
    • Haufe HA-S-2 Hobby
    • Haufe HA-S-3 Hawk
    • Haufe Buzzer 2 Query Buzzard 2?
    • Haufe Buzzard 2 Query Buzzer 2?

    Hauptner

    (Edward Hauptner, Long Island, NY)

    • Hauptner 1932 Biplane[2]

    Havertz

    (Hermann Havertz)

    • Havertz HZ-5

    Hawk

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

    • Hawk GAFhawk 125
    • Hawk Minihawk[2]
    • Hawk GAFHawk 950 - enlarged version (not built)
    • Hawk TurboHawk 85

    Hawke

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

    • Hawke Duster[2]
    • Hawke SJ[2]

    Hawker

    (Hawker Aircraft ltd.)

    • Hawker Audax
    • Hawker Cygnet
    • Hawker Danecock
    • Hawker Demon
    • Hawker Duiker
    • Hawker F.20/27
    • Hawker Fury
    • Hawker Hardy
    • Hawker Harrier
    • Hawker Hart
    • Hawker Hartebeeste
    • Hawker Hawfinch
    • Hawker Hector
    • Hawker Hedgehog
    • Hawker Henley
    • Hawker Heron
    • Hawker Hind
    • Hawker Hoopoe
    • Hawker Hornbill
    • Hawker Hornet
    • Hawker Horsley
    • Hawker Hotspur
    • Hawker Hunter
    • Hawker Hurricane
    • Hawker Nimrod
    • Hawker Osprey
    • Hawker P.1052
    • Hawker P.1081
    • Hawker P.1121
    • Hawker P.V.3
    • Hawker P.V.4
    • Hawker Sea Fury
    • Hawker Sea Hawk
    • Hawker Sea Hurricane
    • Hawker Tempest
    • Hawker Tomtit
    • Hawker Tornado
    • Hawker Typhoon
    • Hawker Woodcock
    • Hawker AXH (Hawker Navy Experimental Type H Carrier Fighter)

    Hawker-Siddeley

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

    • Hawker Siddeley Andover
    • Hawker Siddeley Dominie
    • Hawker Siddeley Harrier
    • Hawker Siddeley Hawk
    • Hawker Siddeley HS.125
    • Hawker Siddeley HS.146
    • Hawker Siddeley HS.141
    • Hawker Siddeley HS.681
    • Hawker Siddeley HS.748
    • Hawker Siddeley HS.803
    • Hawker Siddeley P.1127
    • Hawker Siddeley P.1127 Kestrel
    • Hawker Siddeley P.1127RAF
    • Hawker-Siddeley P.1154
    • Hawker Siddeley Nimrod
    • Hawker Siddeley Trident

    Hawks

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

    • Hawks Miller HM-1[2]

    Hayden-Clark-O'Day

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

    • Hayden-Clark-O'Day W-6[2]

    Hayden-Payne-Kinney

    • Hayden-Payne-Kinney SPK-1

    Hayes

    (O R Hayes, Charleston, VA)

    • Hayes Sport NA-1[2]

    Haynes

    (Robin Haynes)

    • Haynes Pintail

    Haynes Aero

    • Haynes Aero Skyblazer

    HB-Flugtechnik

    (HB-Flugtechnik GmbH / HB Aircraft Industries Luftfahrzeug AG)

    • HB-Flugtechnik HB-202[40]
    • HB Flugtechnik HB-204 Tornado[41][42]
    • HB-Flugtechnik HB-207 Alfa
    • HB-Flugtechnik HB-208 Amigo
    • HB-Flugtechnik HB-400
    • HB-Flugtechnik Cubby
    • HB-Flugtechnik Dandy
    • HB-Flugtechnik HB 21
    • HB-23/2400 Hobbyliner[40]
    • HB-23/2400 Scanliner[40]

    Headberg

    (Headberg Aviation Inc.)

    • Flaglor Sky Scooter[43]

    Heath

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

    • Heath 1909 Aeroplane[44]
    • Heath 1919 Aeroplane[44]
    • Heath V Parasol[44]
    • Heath Tomboy[44]
    • Heath LNB-4 Parasol[44]
    • Heath LN[44]
    • Heath Humming Bird[44]
    • Heath Feather[44]
    • Heath Favorite[44]
    • Heath Cannon Ball[44]
    • Heath CA-1 Parasol[44]
    • Heath Baby Bullet[44]
    • Heath 2-B[44]
    • International 115 Special[44]
    • International 700[44]
    • International CNA-40 Centre-Wing[44]
    • International HV-2A[44]
    • International LNA-40 Parasol[44]
    • International LNM-5[44]
    • International TN[44]
    • International SNA-40 Special[44]

    Heath

    (Malcolm R Heath, Warren, OH)

    • Heath PH-1[2]

    HECC

    (Helicopter Engineering and Construction Corp, RI)

    • HECC 100[2]

    Heckerson

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

    • Heckerson A-1[2]

    Hege

    (Paul Peter Hege, Sedgwick, KS)

    • Hege Pup[2]

    Hegy

    (Ray C Hegy, Marfa, TX)

    • Hegy R.C.H.I. El Chuparosa
    • Hegy June Bug[2]

    Hegy-Zunker

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

    • Hegy-Zunker Special[2]

    Heimann-Beachey

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

    • Heimann-Beachey 1911 Biplane[2]

    Heimbächer

    (Fritz Heimbächer)

    • Heimbächer No 4

    Heinemann

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

    • Heinemann GH Parasol[2]
    • Heinemann Mosquito[2]

    Heinkel

    (Ernst Heinkel A.G.) (note early Heinkel designation did NOT use the RLM He designation but HE-Heinkel Eindecker or HD-Heinkel Doppel-decker)

    • Heinkel HE 1 low-wing floatplane (monoplane)
    • Heinkel HE 2 improvement on the HE 1
    • Heinkel HE 3[3]
    • Heinkel HE 4 reconnaissance (monoplane)
    • Heinkel HE 5 reconnaissance (monoplane)[3][12]
    • Heinkel HE 8 reconnaissance (monoplane)
    • Heinkel HE 9[3]
    • Heinkel HE 10[12]
    • Heinkel HE 12
    • Heinkel HD 14[3]
    • Heinkel HD 15[45]
    • Heinkel HD 16[46]
    • Heinkel HD 17
    • Heinkel HE 18
    • Heinkel HD 19[47]
    • Heinkel HD 20[45]
    • Heinkel HD 21
    • Heinkel HD 22
    • Heinkel HD 23
    • Heinkel HD 24 seaplane trainer (1926)[3]
    • Heinkel HD 25[3]
    • Heinkel HD 26
    • Heinkel HD 27[45]
    • Heinkel HD 28[3]
    • Heinkel HD 29
    • Heinkel HD 30[3]
    • Heinkel HE 31
    • Heinkel HD 32
    • Heinkel HD 33[48]
    • Heinkel HD 35
    • Heinkel HD 36
    • Heinkel HD 37 fighter (biplane)
    • Heinkel HD 38 fighter (biplane)
    • Heinkel HD 39
    • Heinkel HD 40
    • Heinkel HD 41[45]
    • Heinkel HD 42 seaplane trainer[3]
    • Heinkel HD 43 fighter (biplane)
    • Heinkel HD 44[45]
    • Heinkel HD 55
    • Heinkel HD 56

    (He - Heinkel (RLM designator))

    • Heinkel He 45 bomber + trainer
    • Heinkel He 46 reconnaissance
    • Heinkel He 49 fighter (biplane)
    • Heinkel He 50 reconnaissance + dive bomber (biplane)
    • Heinkel He 51 fighter + close-support (biplane)
    • Heinkel He 52[3]
    • Heinkel He 57 Heron
    • Heinkel He 58
    • Heinkel He 59 reconnaissance (biplane seaplane)
    • Heinkel He 60 ship-borne reconnaissance (biplane seaplane)
    • Heinkel He 61[3]
    • Heinkel He 62[3]
    • Heinkel He 63[3]
    • Heinkel He 64
    • Heinkel He 65[3]
    • Heinkel He 66[3]
    • Heinkel He 70 Blitz (Lightning), single-engine transport + mailplane, 1932
    • Heinkel He 71
    • Heinkel He 72 Kadett (Cadet), trainer
    • Heinkel He 74 fighter + advanced trainer (prototype)
    • Heinkel He 100 fighter
    • Heinkel He 111 bomber
    • Heinkel He 112 fighter
    • Heinkel He 113 (fictitious alternative designation for He 100)
    • Heinkel He 114 reconnaissance seaplane
    • Heinkel He 115 general-purpose seaplane
    • Heinkel He 116 transport + reconnaissance
    • Heinkel He 118
    • Heinkel He 119 single-engine high-speed bomber(prototypes), reconnaissance aircraft, 1937
    • Heinkel He 120 four-engine long-range passenger flying-boat(project), 1938[3]
    • Heinkel He 162 "Salamander" Volksjäger (People's Fighter), fighter (jet-engined)
    • Heinkel He 170
    • Heinkel He 172 trainer (prototype)
    • Heinkel He 176 pioneering liquid-fueled rocket-powered experimental aircraft (prototype)
    • Heinkel He 177 Greif (Griffon), the Third Reich's only long-range heavy bomber
    • Heinkel He 178 world's pioneering jet-engined experimental aircraft
    • Heinkel He 219 Uhu (Owl), night-fighter
    • Heinkel He 220
    • Heinkel He 270
    • Heinkel He 274 high-altitude bomber, He 177 development, two prototypes completed post-war in France
    • Heinkel He 277 heavy bomber, paper-only He 177 development with four single engines, never built
    • Heinkel He 280 fighter (jet-engined)
    • Heinkel He 319
    • Heinkel He 343 four-engined bomber (jet-engined) (project), 1944
    • Heinkel He 419
    • Heinkel He 519 high-speed bomber (He 119 derivative)(project only), 1944
    • Heinkel KR-1
    • Heinkel Army Type 98 Medium Bomber
    • Heinkel Navy Type He Air Defence Fighter
    • Heinkel Navy Type He Interceptor Fighter
    • Heinkel Navy Experimental Type He Attack Plane
    • Heinkel Navy Experimental Type He Trainer
    • Heinkel Navy Experimental Type He Transport
    • Heinkel A7He
    • Heinkel AXHe
    • Heinkel DXHe
    • Heinkel KXHe
    • Heinkel LXHe
    • Heinkel-Aichi AM-17[3]

    Heinonen

    (Juhani Heinonen)

    • Heinonen HK-1 Keltiainen[49]
    • Heinonen HK-2[50]

    Heinrich

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

    • Heinrich 1910 Monoplane[2]
    • Heinrich 1911 Monoplane#2[2]
    • Heinrich 15[2]
    • Heinrich Model B Monoplane[2]
    • Heinrich Model C Monoplane[2]
    • Heinrich Model D Monoplane[51]
    • Heinrich Model E Military Tractor Biplane[2]
    • Heinrich Model E-2 Military Tractor Biplane[2]
    • Victor 1917 Trainer[2]
    • Victor Pursuit[2]
    • Victor Advanced Trainer[2]
    • Victor D.8[2]

    Heintz

    see Zenith or Zenair

    Heinz (aircraft constructor)

    • Heinz Floatplane[2]
    • Heinz 1939 Monoplane[2]

    Heiserman

    (Charles Heiserman, Iron Mountain, MI)

    • Heiserman 1933 Monoplane[2]
    • Heiserman 1937 Monoplane[2]

    Heldeberg Designs

    (Altamont, NY)

    • Heldeberg Spirit 103
    • Heldeberg Marathon
    • Heldeberg Convertible

    Heli-Sport

    (Heli-Sport, Turin, Italy)

    • Heli-Sport CH-7 Angel
    • Heli-Sport CH-7 Kompress
    • Heli-Sport CH-7 Kompress Charlie
    • Heli-Sport CH-7 Kompress Charlie 2
    • Heli-Sport CH-7 Mariner
    • Heli-Sport CH77 Ranabot

    Helibras

    (Helicopteros do Brasil S/A)

    • Helibras HB315B Gavião
    • Helibras HB350 Esquilo
    • Helibras HB355 Esquilo

    Helicom

    (Helicom Inc, Long Beach, CA)

    • Helicom H-1 Commuter Jr
    • Helicom Commuter II[2]
    • Helicom Commuter IIA[2]
    • Helicom Commuter IIB[2]

    Helicop-Air

    • Helicop-Air L-50 Girhel[52][53]

    Helicop-Jet

    • Helicop-Jet[43]

    Helicopters Inc

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

    • Helicopters Inc Model J[2]
    • Helicopters Inc Model K[2]

    Helicópteros

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

    • Helicópteros Bolivia I[54]
    • Helicópteros AB-32 Sirionó (Sirionó - Jaguar)[55]

    Helio

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

    • Koppen-Bollinger Helioplane
    • Helioplane Two
    • Helioplane Four
    • Helio Courier
    • Helio Rat'ler
    • Helio Super courier
    • Helio Stallion
    • Helio H-250
    • Helio H-291
    • Helio H-295
    • Helio HT-295 Trigear Courier
    • Helio H-391 Courier
    • Helio H-392 Strato Courier
    • Helio H-395 Super Courier
    • Helio H-500 Twin Courier
    • Helio H-550 Stallion
    • Helio H-634 Twin Stallion
    • Helio H-700 Courier
    • Helio H-800 Courier
    • Helio H-1201T Twin Stallion
    • Helio L-24 Courier
    • Helio L-28 Courier
    • Helio U-5 Twin Courier
    • Helio U-10 Courier
    • Helio AU-24 Stallion

    Heliopolis

    (Heliopolis Aircraft Works)

    • Heliopolis Gomhouria

    Helios

    • Helios Prototype

    Helite

    (A brand of La Mouette, Messigny, France)

    • Helite Skydancer
    • Helite Tsunami

    Helle-Franklin

    • Helle-Franklin 1927 Biplane[2]

    Hellesen-Kahn

    • Hellesen-Kahn HK-1

    Helmerichs

    (Henry Helmerichs, Ryegate, MT)

    • Helmerichs 1932 monoplane[2]

    Helmy

    (Saleh Helmy)

    • Helmy Aerogypt

    Helowerks

    (Helowerks, Hampton, VA)

    • Helowerks HX-1 Wasp

    Helwan Aircraft Factory

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

    • Helwan HA-300

    Hempearth

    • Hempearth Hemp Plane

    Hemstreet

    (S Hemstreet, Chattanooga, TN)

    • Hemstreet Jessie[2]

    Hendershott

    (Ward & Bruce Hendershott, Sioux City, IA)

    • Hendershott 1929 Biplane[2]

    Henderson Aero Specialties

    (Felton, DE)

    • Henderson Little Bear

    Henderson School of Flying

    (Brooklands, England)

    • Henderson H.S.F.1

    Henderson-Glenny

    • Henderson-Glenny Gadfly

    Hendrick

    (C J Hendrick, Middletown, NJ)

    • Hendrick 1910 Monoplane[2]

    Hendrickson

    (O J Hendrickson, Middletown, NJ)

    • Hendrickson 1910 Biplane[2]

    Hendy

    • Hendy 302
    • Hendy Heck
    • Hendy Hobo

    Hennessey

    (James R Hennessey)

    • Hennessey 1926 Monoplane[2]

    Hennesy

    (Gerald Hennesy, Washington, DC)

    • Henesy Monoplane[2]

    Hennion

    (Emile Hennion)

    • Hennion I
    • Hennion II[56]

    Henri Farman

    • See: Farman Aviation Works

    Hensley

    (Edward F Hensley, Oklahoma City, OK)

    • Hensley 1936 Biplane[2]

    Hensley

    (Hensley Aircraft)

    • Hensley H1 Wolf[57]

    Henschel

    (Henschel Flugzeugwerke A.G.)

    • Henschel Hs 121
    • Henschel Hs 122[58]
    • Henschel Hs 123
    • Henschel Hs 124
    • Henschel Hs 125
    • Henschel Hs 126
    • Henschel Hs 127
    • Henschel Hs 128[58]
    • Henschel Hs 129
    • Henschel Hs 130
    • Henschel Hs 132

    Herbst

    (Frank Herbst, Wilmington, NC)

    • Herbst 1911 Aeroplane[2]

    HERC

    (Helicopter Engineering and Research Corporation)

    • HERC JOV-3

    Hereter

    (Talleres Hereter - Barcelona)

    • Hereter T.H.[4] (Alfaro 8)

    Herff

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

    • Herff 1909 Aeroplane[2]
    • Herff 1926 Aeroplane[2]

    Hergt

    (F.D. Hergt / Fliegerersatz-Abteilung 1- F.E.A. 1 - pilot reserve section 1)

    • Hergt Monoplane[59]

    Hermann

    (Ateliers Fred Herrmann)

    • de Glymes DG X (DG-10)[60]

    Hernandez

    (Frank Hernandez, San Diego, CA)

    • Hernandez Rapier 65[2]

    Herr

    (Harold D Herr, Millersville, PA)

    • Herr Eaglet[2]

    Herren

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

    • Herren CL-32[2]

    Herrick

    (Gerald & Myron Herrick, Philadelphia, PA)

    • Herrick HV-1[2]
    • Herrick HV-2 Vertaplane[2]
    • Herrick HV-3 Vertaplane[2]

    Hershfield

    (Harry A Hershfield Jr, Santa Rosa, NM)

    • Hershfield VJA Special[2]

    Hervey

    (George H Hervey, San Fernando, CA)

    • Hervey Travelplane[2]

    Herzog

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

    • Herzog Meteor[2]
    • Herzog Model 2[2]

    HESA

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

    • HESA Azarakhsh
    • HESA Saeqeh
    • HESA IrAn-140
    • HESA IrAn-148
    • HESA Shahed 278
    • HESA Shahed 285
    • HESA Dorna

    Hesley

    (Bob Hesley, Houston, TX)

    • Hesley Pussy Cat[2]

    Hess

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

    • Hess H-1 Bluebird[2]
    • Hess H-2 Bluebird[2]

    Heston

    • Heston Type 1 Phoenix
    • Heston Type 5 Racer
    • Heston T.1/37
    • Heston A.2/45

    Heuberger

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

    • Heuberger Doodle Bug
    • Heuberger Sizzler[2]
    • Heuberger Stinger[2]

    Hewa Technics

    • Hewa Technics J-5 Marco[61]

    HFB

    (Hamburger Flugzeugbau GmbH)

    • HFB 209[62]
    • HFB 314
    • HFB 320 Hansa Jet

    HFL-Flugzeugbau

    • HFL Stratos 300

    Hickman

    (Orville H Hickman, Minneapolis, MN)

    • Hickman H-16[2]
    • Hickman H-20[2]
    • Hickman H-22[2]
    • Packmag Midget Seaplane[2]

    Hidde

    (Leo A Hidde, Milwaukee, WI)

    • Hidde LH-1[2]

    Higgins

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

    • Higgins EB-1 Rotorplane[2]

    Higgins

    (J H Higgins, Bunkburnett, TX)

    • Higgins H-2[2]

    Higley

    (Clarence Higley, Cummings, KS)

    • Higley Parasol[2]

    Higher Class Aviation

    • Higher Class Aviation Sport Hornet[2]

    Hild-Marshonet

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

    • Hild-Marshonet 1911 Monoplane[2]
    • Hild-Marshonet 1912 Trainer[2]
    • Hild-Marshonet 1919 Biplane[2]
    • Hild-Marshonet 1920 Biplane[2]

    Hill

    • Hummer

    Hill

    (Topeka, KS)

    • Hill Tomcat[2]

    Hill

    (John Hill, Enid, OK)

    • Hill Tiny Hawk[2]

    Hill-Kemman

    (Keith Hill and Roger Kemman)

    • Hill-Kemman HK-1[2]

    Hillberg

    (Hillberg Helicopters, Fountain Valley, CA)

    • Hillberg Turbine Exec
    • Hillberg EH1-01 RotorMouse
    • Hillberg EH1-02 TandemMouse

    Hiller

    (Stanley Hiller (Sr), Alameda, CA)

    • Hiller 1911 monoplane[2]

    Hiller

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

    • Hiller H-5[63]
    • Hiller OH-23 Raven
    • Hiller YH-32 Hornet
    • Hiller XH-44[63]
    • Hiller HO-1
    • Hiller HO-5
    • Hiller VJ-100 two man VTOL jet-rocket aircraft [63][64]
    • Hiller HOE
    • Hiller HTE
    • Hiller ROE Rotocycle
    • Hiller VZ-1 Pawnee "Flying Platform"
    • Hiller X-18
    • Hiller 206[63]
    • Hiller Model 360 (UH-12)
    • Hiller 360 (1981)
    • Hiller autogyro[63]
    • Fairchild Hiller FH-227
    • Fairchild Hiller FH-1100
    • Hiller HJ-1 Hornet
    • Hiller J-5[63]
    • Hiller HH-120 Hornet[63]
    • Hiller Ten99[63]
    • Hiller UH-4 Commuter[63]
    • Hiller UH-5B Rotormatic[63]
    • Hiller UH-12
    • Hiller VXT-8
    • Hiller X-2-235[63]
    • Hiller CH-112 Nomad RCAF

    Hillman

    (Hillman Helicopters, Paso Robles, CA and Stellar Airpark, Chandler, AZ)

    • Hillman Model 360[2]
    • Hillman Busy Bee[2]
    • Hillman Hornet[2]
    • Hillman Turbo Hornet[2]
    • Hillman Wankelbee[2]

    Hillson

    (F.H. Hills & Sons)

    • Hillson Praga
    • Hillson Pennine
    • Hillson Helvellyn
    • Hillson Bi-mono
    • Hillson F.H.40 'Slip-wing Hurricane

    Hilton

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

    • Hilton & Brown 1000 (a.k.a. Hilton Super)[2]

    Hinchman

    (Hinchman Aircraft Company)

    • Hinchman H-1 Racer

    Hindustan

    (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited or HAL, India)

    • HAL G-1
    • HAL HT-2
    • HAL HJT-16 Kiran
    • HAL HJT-16 Kiran Mk II
    • HAL HF-24 Marut
    • HAL HUL-26 Pushpak
    • HAL HAOP-27 Krishak[65]
    • HAL HAL-31 Basant
    • HAL HA-31 Mk II Basant
    • HAL HPT-32 Deepak
    • HAL HTT-34[40]
    • HAL HJT-36 Sitara
    • HAL HTT-40
    • HAL Ardhra
    • HAL Dhruv (ALH)
    • HAL Tejas (LCA)
    • HAL Ajeet
    • HAL Ajeet Trainer
    • HAL Lancer
    • HAL Rudra
    • HAL ALH-WSI
    • HAL Light Utility Helicopter

    Hinkler

    • Hinkler Ibis

    Hino

    (Kumazo Hino)

    • Hino No.1[66]
    • Hino No.2[66]
    • Hino No.3 Kai[66]
    • Hino No.4 Kamikaze-go[66]

    Hinz

    (L and B Hinz, Filderstadt, Germany)

    • Hinz BLT-ARA
    • Hinz BL-1 Kea

    Hipp's Superbirds

    • Hipp's Superbirds J-3 Kitten
    • Hipp's Superbirds J-4 Sportster
    • Hipp's Superbirds J-5 Super Kitten
    • Hipp's Superbirds Super Sportster
    • Hipp's Superbirds Reliant
    • Hipp's Superbirds Reliant SX

    Hippsich

    • Hippsich Monoplane[67]

    Hirosho

    (Hiro Kaigun Kosho - Hiro Naval Arsenal)

    • Hiro G2H
    • Hiro H1H
    • Hiro H2H
    • Hiro H3H
    • Hiro H4H
    • Hiro H10H[68]
    • Hiro Navy Experimental 7-Shi Attack Bomber
    • Hiro Navy Experimental 14-Shi Medium Flying-Boat[68]
    • Hiro Navy Type 15 Flying-Boat
    • Hiro Navy Type 89 Flying-Boat
    • Hiro Navy Type 90-1 Flying-Boat[66]
    • Hiro Navy Type 91 Flying-Boat
    • Hiro Navy Type 91 Night Reconnaissance Flying Boat
    • Hiro Navy Type 95 Twin-engined Land-based Attacker
    • Hiro Navy F.5 Flying Boat[66]
    • Hiro Experimental R-3 Flying Boat[66]

    Hirsch

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

    • Hirsch H-100[69]

    Hirt

    (Hirt Aircraft Corp, Hemet, CA)

    • Hirt MK-7[2]
    • Hirt Trio[2]

    Hirtenberg

    • Hirtenberg HS.9
    • Hirtenberg HS.10
    • Hirtenberg HA.11
    • Hirtenberg HAM.11
    • Hirtenberg HV.12
    • Hirtenberg HM.13
    • Hirtenberg HH.15
    • Hirtenberg HV.15
    • Hirtenberg HS.16

    Hirth

    • Hirth Hi-20 MoSe
    • Hirth Hi 27 Acrostar[70]

    Hise

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

    • Hise Model A
    • Hise Air Rambler C-2[2]

    Hispano

    (Hispano Aviación)

    • Hispano-Barrón[4]
    • Hispano E-30
    • Hispano E-34
    • Hispano HS-34
    • Hispano HS-42
    • Hispano HA-43
    • Hispano HA-100-E1 Triana
    • Hispano HA-110-C1
    • Hispano HA-200 Saeta
    • Hispano HA-220 Super Saeta
    • Hispano HA-300
    • Hispano HA-1109-J1L
    • Hispano HA-1109-K1L Tripala
    • Hispano HA-1109-M1L
    • Hispano HA-1110-K1L
    • Hispano HA-1110-M1L
    • Hispano HA-1111-K1L
    • Hispano HA-1112-M1L Buchon
    • Hispano HA-1112-M4L

    Historical

    (Historical Aircraft Corporation, Nucla, CO)[71]

    • Historical P-51 Mustang[2]
    • Historical F4U Corsair[2]
    • Historical P-40C Tomahawk[2]
    • Historical PZL P.11c[71]
    • Historical Ryan STA[2]

    Hitachi

    • Hitachi TR.1
    • Hitachi T.2

    Hatfield Man Powered Aircraft Club (HMPAC)

    • Hatfield Puffin[2]
    • Hatfield Puffin II[2]

    Hobbycopter

    (Adams-Wilson Helicopters Inc, Lakewood, CA)

    • Hobbycopter 101 (a.k.a. XH-1)[2]
    • Hobbycopter 102[2]

    Hockaday

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

    • Hockaday Noelcraft[2]
    • Hockaday CF-130 Comet[2]

    Hocke

    • Hocke experimental biplane[72]

    Hocker-Denien

    (A Hocker, Evansville, IN; 1961: Ralph R Denien, Indianapolis, IN)

    • Hocker-Denien Sparrow Hawk[2]

    Hodek

    • Hodek HK-101[73]

    Hodgdon

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

    • Hodgdon Ascender[2]
    • Hodgdon Chummy[2]

    Hodgson

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

    • Hodgson Red Star[2]

    Hodkinson

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

    • Hodkinson HT-1[2]

    Hoefelman

    (Charles D Hoefelman, Mineral Wells, TX)

    • Hoefelman CH-1 Schatzie[2]

    Hoff

    (Joseph Hoff, CA)

    • Hoff 1921 Biplane[2]

    Hoff

    (C D Hoff, Chicago, IL)

    • Hoff Cabin[2]

    Hoffman

    (Raoul J Hoffman, St Petersburg, FL)

    • Hoffman Flying Wing[2]

    Hoffman

    (Edward C Hoffman, St Petersburg, FL)

    • Hoffman Orphan Annie[2]
    • Hoffman Sweet Patootie[2]

    Hoffmann

    (Wolf Hoffmann)

    • Hoffmann H36 Dimona
    • Hoffmann H38 Observer
    • Hoffmann H40
    • Hoffmann Visionar

    Hogan-Moyer

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

    • Hogan-Moyer Homer[2]

    Hogdon

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

    • Hogdon Ascender[2]
    • Hogdon Chummy[2]

    Hogue

    (Alton H Hogue, Boulder, CO)

    • Hogue H-100[2]

    Holbrook

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

    • Holbrook 1910 Helicopter[2]

    Holcomb

    (Jerry Holcomb, Vancouver, WA)

    • Holcomb Perigee

    Holeka

    (W J Holeka, Sacramento, CA)

    • Holeka Type Z[2]

    Holl

    (Fred T Hollman, Parkesburg, PA)

    • Holl 1920 Biplane[2]

    Hollaender

    (Arne Hollaender, Aare, Jutland)

    • Hollaender A.H.1[49]

    Hollandair

    • Hollandair HA-001 Libel

    Hollandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek

    • Hollandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek Avia

    Holle

    (A.A. Holle)

    • Holle Varioplane[74]

    Holleville

    (Roger Holleville)

    • Holleville RH.1 Bambi

    Hollman

    (Winther-Hollman Aircraft Inc, Cupertino, CA)

    • Hollman Condor[2]
    • Hollman HA-2M Sportster[2]

    Holloway & Wallace

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

    • Holloway & Wallace HB-2[2]

    Hollsmidt

    • Hollsmidt 222
    • Hollsmidt HT-1

    Holman

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

    • Holman 1930 Monoplane[2]

    Honda

    (Honda Motor Co, Greensboro, NC)

    • Honda MH01
    • Honda MH02
    • Honda HA-420 HondaJet

    Honey

    (Ray Honey, Bourbonnais, IL)

    • Honey Li'L Honey[2]

    Hongdu

    • Hongdu JL-8
    • Hongdu JL-10
    • Hongdu L-15
    • Hongdu N-5
    • Hongdu Yakovlev CJ-7

    Hongxing

    Hønningstad

    • Hønningstad Norge A (1938)
    • Hønningstad Norge B (1946)
    • Hønningstad Norge C (1960)
    • Hønningstad C.5 Polar (a.k.a. Norge)[75]
    • Norsk Flyindustri C.5 Polar (1948)
    • Norsk Flyindustri Finnmark 5A (1949)
    • Hønningstad 5A Finnmark[76]

    Honroth

    (Edward Honroth)

    • Honroth Special[2]

    Höntsch

    (Gerhard Winkler / Johannes Höntsch / Flugsportgruppe Schönhagen)

    • Höntsch FSS 100 Tourist[77][78]

    Hooten

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

    • Hooten HT-1[2]

    Hopfner

    (Flugzeugbau Hopfner GmbH)

    • Hopfner S.1[14]
    • Hopfner HV-2
    • Hopfner HV-3/27
    • Hopfner HV-4/28
    • Hopfner HS-5/28
    • Hopfner HV-6/28
    • Hopfner HS-8/28
    • Hopfner HS-8/29
    • Hopfner HS-9/32
    • Hopfner HS-9/35
    • Hopfner HS-10/32
    • Hopfner HS-10/33
    • Hopfner HS-10/35
    • Hopfner HA-11/33
    • Hopfner HV-12/34
    • Hopfner-Hirtenberger HM.13/34
    • Hopfner HR-14/34
    • Hopfner HV 15

    Hopkins

    (Robert S Hopkins, Reidsville, NC)

    • Hopkins Falcon 1[2]

    Hopkins & Meade

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

    • Hopkins & Meade Sport[2]

    Hopper

    (Bruce Hopper, Dallas, TX)

    • Hopper Grasshopper[2]

    Hoppi-copter

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

    • Hoppi-copter 101[2]
    • Hoppi-copter 102[2]
    • Hoppi-copter Firefly[2]

    Hordern-Richmond

    (Hordern-Richmond aircraft Ltd.)

    • Hordern-Richmond Autoplane

    Horn

    (Mark V Horn, West Palm Beach, FL)

    • Horn Li'L Trouble

    Horten

    • Horten H.I[79]
    • Horten H.Ib[79]
    • Horten H.II[79]
    • Horten H.III
    • Horten H.IV
    • Horten H.V[79]
    • Horten H.VI[79]
    • Horten H.VII[79]
    • Horten H.VIII[79]
    • Horten H.IX
    • Horten H.X[79]
    • Horten H.XI[79]
    • Horten H.XIII[79]
    • Horten H.XIV[79]
    • Horten H.XV[79]
    • Horten H.XVa
    • Horten H.XVb
    • Horten H.XVc[79]
    • Horten H.XVI[79]
    • Horten H.XVIII
    • Horten Parabola[79]
    • Horten Ho 229

    Horton

    (William E Horton, Santa Ana, CA)

    • Horton Wingless[2]

    Horváth

    (Ernő Horváth)

    • Horváth III 1911 monoplane

    Hoshino

    (Yonezo Hoshino)

    • Hoshino 1914 Aeroplane[66]

    Hosler

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

    • Hosler C&G Special
    • Hosler Fury[2]

    Houde

    (Patrice Houde, Reichshoffen, France)

    • Houde Bimax
    • Houde Speedmax

    Houstee

    (Richard & Katherine Houstee, Memphis, TN)

    • Houstee Blackhawk[2]

    Hovey

    (Robert W. Hovey)

    • Hovey Whing Ding[43]
    • Hovey Whing Ding II
    • Hovey Beta Bird[43]
    • Hovey Delta Bird
    • Hovey Delta Hawk
    • Hovey Super Delta Hawk

    Howard

    (Howard aircraft Corporation)

    • Howard C-70 Nightingale[80]
    • Howard DGA-1[80]
    • Howard DGA-2[80]
    • Howard DGA-3 Pete
    • Howard DGA-4 Mike, Ike and "Miss Chevrolet"
    • Howard DGA-5 orig. Lincoln Playboy later Mike
    • Howard DGA-6 Mr. Mulligan
    • Howard DGA-7[80]
    • Howard DGA-8
    • Howard DGA-9
    • Howard DGA-11
    • Howard DGA-12
    • Howard DGA-15
    • Howard DGA-18
    • Howard Flyabout[80]
    • Howard GH
    • Howard NH

    Howard

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

    • Howard 250
    • Howard 350
    • Howard 500
    • Howard Eldorado 700
    • Howard Super Ventura
    • Howard Tri-motor Travel Air (Tri-motor Travel Air conv.)[2]

    Howard Wright

    • Howard Wright 1909 Monoplane
    • Howard Wright 1910 Monoplane

    Howell

    (Tyler Howell, Jonesville, MI)

    • Howell S[2]

    Howell

    (Phil Howell, Christiansburg, VA)

    • Howell-Mignet HM-293 Himmelslaus[2]

    Howell-Lutzky

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

    • Howell-Lutzky 1936 Monoplane[2]

    Howland

    (Howland Aero Design, DeBary, FL)

    • Howland H-2 Honey Bee[2]
    • Howland H-3 Pegasus[2]
    • Howland HP-40 Warhawk[2]

    Hoyle

    • Hoyle Skyraider[81]

    Hoynik

    (Steve W Hoynik, Milwaukee, WI)

    • Hoynik Butch BA-11[2]

    HPK

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

    • HPK SP-1[2]

    Hruby

    (J Hruby, Riverwoods, IL)

    • Hruby Cayuse[2]

    HTM

    (Helikopter Technik München)

    • HTM Skytrac
    • HTM Skyrider

    Huabei

    (Huabei Machinery Factory)

    • Qingting-5[38]
    • Qingting-6[38]

    Hubertec

    (Aach, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)

    • Hubertec Thermik

    Hübner

    ( Dr. Hugo Hübner)

    • Hübner Mücke[82]
    • Hübner 1911 biplane[82]
    • Hübner 1911 monoplane[82]
    • Hübner 1912 floatplane[82]
    • Hübner Eindecker IV 1912[82]

    Huc-Raynaud-Guiraud

    (Alfred Huc - André Raynaud - Charles Guiraud)

    • Huc-Raynaud-Guiraud Lou Riatou[56]

    Hudson

    (Sandy Hudson Jr, Black Mountain, NC)

    • Hudson 2-2-E Thing[2]
    • Hudson Trimotor[2]

    Hudson

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

    • Hudson 32 (a.k.a. Harris & Hudson Longster)[2]

    Hudson & O'Brien

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

    • Hudson & O'Brien 1909 Monoplane[2]
    • Hudson & O'Brien 1910 Biplane[2]

    Huey-Bulmer

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

    • Huey-BulmerBuluey Sport H-2[2]

    Huff-Daland

    (Huff-Daland Airplane Co, Bristol, PA)

    • Huff-Daland AT-1
    • Huff-Daland AT-2
    • Huff-Daland B-1
    • Huff-Daland HB-1
    • Huff-Daland HN
    • Huff-Daland HO
    • Huff-Daland LB-1
    • Huff-Daland LB-3[83]
    • Huff-Daland LB-5[83]
    • Huff-Daland TA-2
    • Huff-Daland TA-6
    • Huff-Daland TW-5
    • Huff-Daland D-49[83]
    • Huff-Daland Duster[83]
    • Huff-Daland HD-1 Early Bird[83]
    • Huff-Daland HD-4 Bridget[83][84]
    • Huff-Daland HD-5 Petrel[83]
    • Huff-Daland HD-7 Dizzy Dog[83]
    • Huff-Daland HD-8 Plover[83][84]
    • Huff-Daland HD-8A Petrel 1[83][84]
    • Huff-Daland HD-8A Petrel 4[83][84]
    • Huff-Daland HD-8A Petrel 5[83][84]
    • Huff-Daland HD-9A[83][84]
    • Huff-Daland HD-9L[83][84]
    • Huff-Daland HD-22[83]
    • Huff-Daland Pelican[83]
    • Huff-Daland Petrel 31[83]
    • Huff-Daland TW-8[83] (Company designation)

    Hüffer

    (Flugzeugbau Julius Hüffer)

    • Hüffer Hb 28b[58]
    • Hüffer HK 39[58]
    • DLFW-B.I
    • DLFW-B
    • DLFW-W.I
    • Hüffer HE 1
    • Hüffer HS 3
    • Hüffer H 9

    Huffman

    (Glen Huffman Aircraft Co, Detroit, MI)

    • Huffman 1928 Biplane[2]

    Hughes

    (C A Hughes Jr, Elon College, NC)

    • Hughes Dixie special[2]

    Hughes

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

    • Hughes 1893[2]

    Hughes Hughes Aircraft, Hughes Helicopters

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

    • Hughes A-37
    • Hughes F-11
    • Hughes OH-6 Cayuse
    • Hughes H-17 Sky Crane
    • Hughes H-28
    • Hughes TH-55 Osage
    • Hughes AH-64 Apache
    • Hughes HO-6
    • Hughes P-73
    • Hughes R-11
    • Hughes V-9
    • Hughes 77 Apache
    • Hughes 200
    • Hughes 300
    • Hughes 500
    • Hughes 530F
    • Hughes D-2
    • Hughes H-1 Special
    • Hughes H-4 Hercules
    • Hughes Model 269
    • Hughes Model 369
    • Hughes Model 385

    Hughes

    • Australian Lightwing GR 532
    • Australian Lightwing GR 582
    • Australian Lightwing GR 912
    • Australian Lightwing SP-2000 Speed
    • Australian Lightwing SP-4000 Speed
    • Australian Lightwing SP-6000
    • Hughes Lightwing R55[85]
    • Hughes Lightwing Aeropower 28[85]

    Hugo

    (Adolph B Hugo, Tulsa, OK)

    • Hugo Hu-Go Craft[2]

    Hulbert

    (Dane Hulbert)

    • Hulbert 1910 Biplane[2]

    Humber

    (designed by Hubert Le Blon)

    • Humber monoplane

    Humbert Aviation

    (Jean-Jacques Humbert)

    • Humbert Tetras[86]
    • Humbert La Moto Du Ciel

    Hummel

    ((J Morry) Hummel Aviation, Bryan, OH)

    • Hummel Bird
    • Hummel H5
    • Hummel Ultracruiser
    • Hummel Ultracruiser Plus

    Hungaro Copter

    (Hungaro Copter Limited)

    • Hungaro Copter

    Hunt

    (A E Hunt, Jetmore, KS)

    • Hunt 1910 Helicopter[2]

    Hunt

    (Bill Hunt, Moneta, Los Angeles, CA)

    • Hunt Racer[2]
    • Hunt Special[2]

    Hunt

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

    • Hunt Chummy[2]
    • Hunt Special[2]

    Hunt

    (John Hunt, Govilon, United Kingdom)

    • Huntwing

    Hunt-Rettig

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

    • Hunt-Rettig Special[2]

    Hunter

    (Charles Hunter, Chicago, IL)

    • Hunter SA-3[2]

    Hunting Aircraft

    • Hunting H.126

    Hunting-Percival

    • Hunting-Percival P.56 Provost
    • Hunting-Percival P.66 Pembroke
    • Hunting-Percival P.66 President
    • Hunting-Percival P.66 Sea Prince
    • Hunting-Percival P.66 Prince
    • Hunting Percival P.74
    • Hunting-Percival P.84 Jet Provost

    Huntington

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

    • Huntington 1914 Multiplane[2]
    • Huntington 1915 Biplane[2]
    • Huntington 1917 Biplane[2]
    • Huntington HD-11 (a.k.a. H-11, H-11K Governor)[2]
    • Huntington HD-12 Chum (a.k.a. H-12)[2]

    Huntington

    (Huntington Airplane Co, Huntington, WV)

    • Huntington 1920 Biplane[2]

    Hunt

    (John Hunt)

    • Huntwing

    Hurd

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

    • Hurd 1928 Monoplane[2]
    • Hurd HM-1[2][12]

    Hurel-Dubois

    (Avions Hurel-Dubois)

    • Hurel-Dubois HD.10
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.31
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.32
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.321
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.324
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.33
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.331
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.34
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.35
    • Hurel-Dubois HD.37

    Hürkus

    (Vecihi Hürkus)

    • Vecihi K-VI[87]
    • Vecihi XIV[87]
    • Vecihi XV[87]
    • Vecihi XIVD[87]
    • Vecihi XVI[87]
    • Vecihi XVID[87]
    • Vecihi K-XVII[87]

    Hurlburt

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

    • Hurlburt Hurricane (a.k.a. Camburt Special)[2]

    Hurry

    (LeRoy Hurry)

    • Hurry J-1 Sport[2]

    Hurst

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

    • Hurst Papillon[2]

    Husk

    (Bill Husk, Dublin, GA)

    • Husk The Clip[2]

    Husky

    (Caribbean Traders Inc, Miami, FL)

    • Husky I[2]
    • Husky II[2]
    • Husky III[2]

    Hussey

    (J.G.H. Hussey, Calgary Alberta, Canada)

    • Hussey Skyhawk 101[88]

    Hutchinson

    (Hutchinson Aircraft Co, Bay St Louis, MS)

    • Hutchinson AGMaster[2]

    Hütter

    (Ulrich Hütter and Wolfgang Hütter)

    • Hütter Hü 17
    • Hütter Hü 28
    • Hütter Hü 136
    • Hütter Hu 211

    Hy-Tek Hurricane

    • Hy-Tek Hurricane 103

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