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Cessna 120

                                               

Cessna 172RG Cutlass

                                               

Cessna 320 Skyknight

                                               

Cessna 327

                                               

Cessna 336 Skymaster

                                               

Cessna 401

                                               

Cessna 500

                                               

Cessna 550

                                               

Cessna 560

                                               

Cessna 560XL

                                               

Cessna 650

                                               

Cessna 680

                                               

Cessna 680A

                                               

Cessna 750

                                               

Cessna 408 SkyCourier

The Model 408 was launched on 28 November 2017 by Textron Aviation, with an introduction planned for 2020. The 408s design was developed to match FedEx Express requirements, like the earlier Cessna 208 Caravan. FedEx Express will be the launch cu ...

                                               

Chase XCG-18

                                               

Chengdu X-7 Jian Fan

The Chengdu X-7 Jian Fan is a Chinese basic trainer glider. First flying in 1966, at least 130 were built.

                                               

Chrislea Ace

                                               

Chrislea Skyjeep

                                               

Chyeranovskii BICh-5

After the relative success of Chyeranovskiis first tail-less gliders and powered aircraft, the BICh-1 and BICh-2 and BICh-3, he continued the tail-less theme with the BICh-5 bomber. The BICh-5 was to have been a twin-engined tail-less aircraft wi ...

                                               

Chyeranovskii BICh-11

The BICh-11 was the first purpose-designed rocket-powered aircraft in the world. It was planned to power the BICh-11 with two Tsander OR-2 liquid fuelled rocket engines, however it was never flown with the rocket engines as they had not been prov ...

                                               

Chyeranovskii BICh-26

After the close of World War II, Boris Cheranovsky was running a de facto design bureau working on jet fighter aircraft. Not only was Cheranovsky involved with jet propulsion, he also studied variable geometry with the BICh-24 and BICh-25, which ...

                                               

Cicare 4C2T

The Cicare 4CT2 is an Argentine air-cooled, four-cylinder, horizontally opposed, two-stroke, piston engine designed and built by Cicare Aeronautica as a light, low cost engine.

                                               

Cicare CK.1

The Cicare CK.1 was a light helicopter developed in Argentina in the 1970s. It was a small, single-rotor aircraft of pod-and-boom configuration with a fully enclosed bubble canopy that could seat three people side-by-side. Cicares previous helico ...

                                               

Cierva C.29

The Cierva C.29 was a five-seat British cabin autogyro built in 1934 as a joint venture between Westland Aircraft and Cierva. The rotor system and rotors were designed by Cierva and the fuselage by Westland. It was powered by a 600 hp Armstrong S ...

                                               

Columbia 350

                                               

Columbia 400

                                               

CAC CA-23

In 1949, the Royal Australian Air Force RAAF began assessing replacements for its locally-built Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation CAC Mustangs, Gloster Meteors and De Havilland Australia DHA Vampires. A series of designs were considered, includin ...

                                               

Comte AC-11-V

The Comte AC-11-V was a 1930s Swiss three-seat cabin monoplane produced by Flugzeugbau A. Comte for aerial photography and mapping. The AC-11-V was a high-wing monoplane with a taikskid-conventional landing gear and powered by a 220 hp 164 kW Arm ...

                                               

Conroy Turbo Albatross

                                               

Consolidated NY

The Consolidated Model 2 was a PT-1 biplane trainer diverted to the United States Navy for a trainer competition in 1925. It beat out 14 other designs, and was ordered into production as the NY-1.

                                               

Consolidated XPB3Y

The Consolidated XPB3Y was a proposed extra-long-range flying boat for patrol and bombardment missions, developed from the earlier PB2Y Coronado. The United States Navy ordered the construction of a prototype on April 2, 1942. On November 4 of th ...

                                               

Convair CV-340

                                               

Cooke 1913 Tractor Biplane

Weldon B. Cooke designed and built this aircraft in the winter of 1912-1913. Cooke, who was a well known exhibition pilot, designed this aircraft with racing and exhibition flying in mind. Cook developed the aircraft, with 75 mph 121 km / h maxim ...

                                               

Couzinet 10

The Couzinet 10 Arc-en-Ciel was built as a first example of the three-engined, aerodynamically refined, cantilever low wing monoplane designer Rene Couzinet thought offered the safest long range passenger transport, for example on the South Atlan ...

                                               

Culver PQ-10

The Culver PQ-10 was an American target drone, designed by the Culver Aircraft Company for use by the United States Army Air Forces. Designed in 1941, the project was cancelled before any aircraft flew.

                                               

Culver PQ-8

                                               

Culver TD4C

                                               

Cunliffe-Owen Concordia

The Concordia was 12-seat medium range transport aircraft. A separate luggage compartment could accommodate 45 lbs of luggage per passenger. Designed by W. Garrow-Fisher and built at Eastleigh, Hampshire in 1947. The prototype aircraft Y-0222 was ...

                                               

Curtiss BFC Goshawk

                                               

Curtiss Model 30

                                               

Curtiss XO-30

The Curtiss XO-30 was a projected 1920s American twin-engined observation monoplane designed by the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company for the United States Army Air Service, a prototype was cancelled and not built.

                                               

Curtiss P-40 Warhawk variants

The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk was a WWII fighter aircraft that was developed from the P-36 Hawk, via the P-37. Many variants were built, some in large numbers, under names including the Hawk, Tomahawk and Kittyhawk.

                                               

Curtiss-Wright SNC Falcon

                                               

Curtiss TS-1

                                               

DAR 4

The DAR 4 was a conventional biplane design, with unstaggered wings of unequal span braced with Warren trusses. The fuselage offered fully enclosed accommodation for the two pilots and four passengers. A curious feature of the design was that the ...

                                               

Dassault Falcon Epicure

The Dassault Falcon Epicure is a project of Dassault Aviation and Thales for a surveillance, reconnaissance, and electronic warfare aircraft. This will replace by 2025 the two Transall Gabriel currently used by the French Air Force for strategic ...

                                               

Dassault Hirondelle

The Dassault M.D.320 Hirondelle was a French 14-seat utility transport aircraft of the 1960s, designed and built by Dassault Aviation, in prototype form only.

                                               

Dassault Mirage

Mirage is a name given to several types of jet aircraft designed by the French company Dassault Aviation, some of which were produced in different variants. Most were supersonic fighters with delta wings. The most successful was the Mirage III in ...

                                               

Dayton-Wright FS

The Dayton-Wright FS was a two-seat trainer that first flew in 1917. This was the first aircraft manufactured by the Dayton-Wright Company. The FS was originally known as the first shot since it was the companys first shot at making an aircraft. ...