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Hanriot H.46 Styx

The Hanriot H.46 Styx was a French, single-engined, parasol wing aircraft which could equally be configured for training, liaison or ambulance roles, in the latter form it was able to accept a patient on a stretcher. Several different engines wer ...

                                               

Hanriot HD.3

Similar in appearance to a scaled-up HD.1, the Hanriot HD.3 was a conventional, single-bay biplane with staggered wings of equal span. The pilot and gunner sat in tandem, open cockpits and the main units of the fixed tailskid undercarriage were l ...

                                               

Hanriot HD.7

The HD.7 was based largely on the Hanriot HD.3, using the wings and tail surfaces from the earlier model. A single-seat fighter, it first flew in 1918

                                               

Lorraine-Hanriot LH.21S

The Lorraine-Hanriot LH.21S was designed and built in 1930 to meet a French government requirement for a small air ambulance capable of operating in the colonies. It did not reach production.

                                               

Hansa-Brandenburg G.I

The Hansa-Brandenburg G.I was a bomber aircraft used to equip the Austro-Hungarian aviation corps in World War I. It was a mostly conventional large, three-bay biplane with staggered wings of slightly unequal span. The pilot and bombardier sat in ...

                                               

Hansa-Brandenburg GDW

Although similar to the Hansa-Brandenburg GW, it was larger and used Benz Bz.IV engines. Although a prototype was built in the second half of 1916, the German Navy lost interest in the slow-moving torpedo bomber idea, so the GDW did not enter pro ...

                                               

Hansa-Brandenburg L.16

Data from General characteristics Lower wingspan: 9 m 29 ft 6 in. Height: 2.82 m 9 ft 3 in. Powerplant: 1 × Austro-Daimler 185hp 6-cylinder water-cooled in-line piston engine, 138 kW 185 hp. Length: 7.17 m 23 ft 6 in. Upper wingspan: 9 m 29 ft 6 ...

                                               

Harbin/CHDRI Z-6

The Harbin/CHDRI Z-6, is a Chinese helicopter development based on the Harbin Z-5, itself a licence-built / reverse engineered Mil Mi-4. A limited production run was terminated after performance was found to be inferior to its Z-5 progenitor.

                                               

Hawker P.1103

The Hawker P.1103 was a design by Hawker Aircraft to meet the British Operational Requirement F.155, it did not progress further than the drawing board.

                                               

Hawker P.1121

The Hawker P.1121 was a British supersonic fighter aircraft designed, but never built, by Hawker Siddeley during the mid-1950s. It was designed by a team headed by Sir Sydney Camm. P. 1121 was originally funded as a private venture by Hawker Sidd ...

                                               

Stout Bushmaster 2000

The Bushmaster 2000 was a small commuter airliner built in the United States in an attempt to revive the Ford Trimotor design. Work began in 1953 by testing a vintage Trimotor and in 1954 Bill Stout purchased the design rights to the original Tri ...

                                               

Heinkel HD 21

The Heinkel HD 21 was a trainer built in Germany during the 1920s. It was a conventional single-bay biplane with staggered wings braced with N-type interplane struts. The main units of the fixed, tailskid undercarriage were linked by a cross-axle ...

                                               

Heinkel HD 22

The Heinkel HD 22 was a trainer designed in Germany during the 1920s. It was a conventional single-bay biplane with staggered wings braced with N-type interplane struts. The pilot and instructor sat in tandem, open cockpits, and the main units of ...

                                               

Heinkel HD 32

The Heinkel HD 32 was a trainer developed in Germany in the 1920s, a derivative of the HD 21. Like that aircraft, it was a conventional, single-bay biplane, but had only two cockpits rather than the three that the HD 21 had. The other significant ...

                                               

Heinkel HD 35

The Heinkel HD 35 was a trainer developed in Germany in the 1920s. It was a conventional single-bay biplane with staggered wings of equal span. The design was based on that of the HD 21, and like that aircraft, it had three open cockpits in tande ...

                                               

Heinkel HD 36

The Heinkel HD 36 was a trainer developed in Germany in the 1920s at the request of the Swedish Air Force, which was in search of a new trainer aircraft. The newly formed air force had previously evaluated the HD 35, found it to be underpowered, ...

                                               

Heinkel HD 43

The Heinkel Doppeldecker 43 was a prototype German fighter aircraft of the 1930s. A single-engined, single-seat biplane, the HD 43 was designed to meet a secret German Reichswehr requirement for a single-seat fighter. It had two-bay wooden wings ...

                                               

Heinkel He 49

The Heinkel He 49 was a German single-bay, single-seat biplane of mixed construction armed with two machine guns. Four variants were made, the He 49a, He 49b, He 49c.

                                               

Heinkel He 63

The Heinkel He 63 was a trainer biplane built in Germany in the early 1930s. It was a largely conventional design with single-bay wings, fixed tailskid undercarriage, and two open cockpits in tandem. An unusual feature of the design was the highl ...

                                               

Heinkel He 111 operational history

The Heinkel He 111 was one of the most numerous German bombers of the Second World War. Designed in the mid-1930s, the type persevered until 1945. In Spain, variants of the design saw service until 1973.

                                               

Heinkel He 277

The Heinkel He 277 was a four-engine, long-range heavy bomber design, originating as a derivative of the He 177, intended for production and use by the German Luftwaffe during World War II. The main difference was in its engines. The He 177 used ...

                                               

Heinkel He 343

The Heinkel He 343 was a quadjet bomber project developed by Ernst Heinkel Flugzeugwerke in Nazi Germany during the final two years of World War II. Plans recovered by the Soviet Union were studied and used in the development of the Ilyushin Il-22.

                                               

Heinkel HD 20

The Heinkel HD 20 was one of the early products of post-World War I aircraft companies after the Allies aviation ban was lifted. HD stood for German: Heinkel Doppeldecker or Heinkel biplane. On HD.20 was astralene wing of mixed construction with ...

                                               

Heinkel He 57

The sole He 57 {factory designation HE.57) was built by the Ernst-Heinkel-Flugzeugwerken at Warnemunde in 1929. It was displayed at the Paris Aero Show in December 1930 and at the Stockholm International Aero Show in May 1931. It was purchased by ...

                                               

Heinkel P.1073

The Heinkel P.1073, known also as Strahljager, was a fighter project developed for the Luftwaffe by Heinkel aircraft manufacturing company during the last years of World War II.

                                               

Heinkel P.1077

The Heinkel P.1077 was a single seat interceptor design developed for the Luftwaffe by Heinkel under the Emergency Fighter Program during the last year of the Third Reich. This rocket-powered project was originally known as He P.1068, but that na ...

                                               

Heinkel P.1078

The Heinkel P.1078 was a single seat interceptor developed for the Luftwaffe by Heinkel aircraft manufacturing company under the Emergency Fighter Program during the last years of the Third Reich.

                                               

Heinkel P.1079

The Heinkel He P.1079 was a projected German V-tail all weather jet fighter designed by Heinkel Flugzeugwerke in the closing stages of World War II. The aircraft was only a design, it was not produced.

                                               

Henschel Hs 130

The Henschel Hs 130 was a German high-altitude reconnaissance and bomber aircraft developed in World War II. It suffered from various mechanical faults and was never used operationally, only existing as prototype airframes.

                                               

Henschel Hs 121

The Henschel Hs 121 was the first aircraft built by the German Henschel company. It was a high-wing monoplane with an inline engine, fixed undercarriage and single, open cockpit, designed as an advanced trainer. Only one aircraft was produced, in ...

                                               

Heston T.1/37

The Heston T.1/37 was a 1930s British single-engined monoplane military trainer aircraft with two open cockpits, designed and developed by Heston Aircraft Company Ltd. It was not accepted for service.

                                               

Hise Model A

The Hise Model A was a trimotor aircraft built by the Hise Aircraft Corporation, founded by Detroit, Michigan industrialist Fred Hise. The Vice President of the company, E.L. Inlow, announced that a manufacturing facility was planned for Pontiac, ...

                                               

Hispano-Suiza E-30

The Hispano Suiza E-30, later renamed Hispano E-30, was designed in Spain in 1930 as a multi-purpose intermediate trainer. It was a single engine, parasol wing monoplane. About 25 served with the Spanish armed forces until 1945.

                                               

Hispano HA-100

The Hispano HA-100 Triana was a military trainer aircraft developed in Spain in the 1950s. The first aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt after World War II, it was a conventional, low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable tricycle under ...

                                               

Hispano HS-42

The Hispano HS-42 and its derivative, the HA-43, were advanced military trainer aircraft produced in Spain in the 1940s. The basic design was that of a conventional, low-wing, cantilever monoplane with seating for the pilot and instructor in tand ...

                                               

Hispano-Suiza E-34

The Hispano-Suiza E-34, later renamed Hispano HS-34, was a Spanish single engine, tandem seat biplane, designed as a basic trainer. Twenty five were ordered by the Aeronautica Naval, but only five had been completed when the Spanish Civil War int ...

                                               

Hoffmann H38 Observer

At ILA 1984 in Hanover Wolf Hoffmann presented a mock-up for a new project based on the Hoffmann Dimona motor-glider, called Hoffmann Visonar, before being renamed. The Observers design aim was long endurance with minimal fuel burn, combined with ...

                                               

Hongdu Yakovlev CJ-7

The Hongdu Yakovlev CJ-7 is a two-seat piston engined trainer aircraft jointly developed by the Hongdu Aviation Industry Group and the Yak Aircraft Corporation, primarily for the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army Air Force.

                                               

Hopfner HA-11/33

The Hopfner HA-11/33 was an amphibious flying boat built in Austria in 1933 to a specification by the Dr. Oetker company. The result was a conventional, high-wing cantilever monoplane with a stepped flying boat hull and pontoons on struts under t ...

                                               

Hirtenberg HS.9

A derivative of the Hopfner HS-5/28 via the Hopfner HS-8/29, the HS.9 was a parasol wing monoplane with a fixed tailskid landing gear and room for two occupants in tandem open cockpits, and first flew as the Hopfner HS-9/32 in 1932, powered by a ...

                                               

Hopfner HS-5/28

The Hopfner HS-5/28 was a utility aircraft built in Austria in the late 1920s. It was a conventional, parasol-wing monoplane with seating for two occupants in tandem, open cockpits. The landing gear was of fixed, tailskid type with divided main u ...

                                               

Hopfner HS-8/29

The Hopfner HS-8/29 was a utility aircraft built in Austria in the late 1920s based on the Hopfner HS-5/28. It used a modernised version of its predecessors airframe, being a conventional, parasol-wing monoplane with seating for two occupants in ...

                                               

Hopfner HS-10/32

The Hopfner HS-10/32 was a utility aircraft built in Austria in the early 1930s. It was a conventional, high-wing, strut-braced cabin monoplane derived from Hopfners series of parasol-wing light aircraft that began with the HS-5/28. Three example ...

                                               

Hopfner HV-3/27

The Hopfner HV-3/27 was a small airliner built in Austria in the late 1920s. A development of the HV-2, it was a conventional, high-wing cantilever monoplane with a fully enclosed cabin and a strong resemblance to the contemporary Fokker F.II. A ...

                                               

Hopfner HV-4/28

The Hopfner HV-4/28 was a small airliner built in Austria in the late 1920s. An enlarged version of the HV-3/27, it was a conventional, high-wing cantilever monoplane with a fully enclosed cabin. A single example was built in 1928 and saw heavy u ...

                                               

Hopfner HV-6/28

The Hopfner HV-6/28 was a small airliner built in Austria in the late 1920s for Swiss use. Unrelated to Hopfners other airliners of the period, the HV-6/28 was a conventional, high-wing, strut-braced monoplane with a fully enclosed cabin. The mai ...

                                               

Horten H.I

The first aircraft of the Horten brothers was created with considerable effort in 1933 in their parents apartment in Bonn. Reimar Horten designed and built the machine and learned to fly it. Flight testing started in July 1933 at the Bonn-Hangela ...

                                               

Huff-Daland XHB-3

The Huff-Daland XHB-3 was a proposed heavy bomber envisaged by Huff-Daland in the late 1920s. The leadership of the United States Army Air Corps found the XHB-3 design too radical to be a real proposition, so the design remained a paper project only.

                                               

Adams CA-2

The Adams CA-2 is a single seat, low-wing, American ultralight aircraft that was designed by Frank Griffith of Corning Aircraft around 1992 and was available as plans for amateur construction until 1999. In 1999, Hummel Aviation of Bryan, Ohio be ...

                                               

Hutter Hu 28

The Hutter brothers designed the Hu-28 as a companion aircraft to the Hutter Hu 17, intending students to fly the Hu 28 once basic skills had been mastered on the Hu 17. The design was made available as plans for amateur construction and about se ...