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Muniz M-7

The Muniz M-7 was a two-seat primary training biplane with tandem open cockpit and powered by a 130 hp 197 kW de Havilland Gipsy Major engine. Designed by Lieutenant-Colonel Antonio Muniz, a serving officer in the Brazilian Air Force, as a primar ...


Nakajima G10N

The Nakajima G10N Fugaku, was a planned Japanese ultra-long-range heavy bomber designed during World War II. It was conceived as a method for mounting aerial attacks from Japan against industrial targets along the west coast and in the Midwest an ...


Nakajima Ki-62

The Nakajima Ki-62 was a Japanese World War II fighter aircraft proposed by the Nakajima Aircraft Company for use by the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force. Neither the Ki-62 project or its Ki-63 variant proceeded beyond the design stage.


Nakajima Ki-116

The Nakajima Ki-116 was a late-World War II aircraft developed for the Imperial Japanese Army Air Force. It was essentially a Ki-84 Hayate with the Nakajima Ha-45 engine replaced with a Mitsubishi Ha-112. The design was handled by Mansyū Aircraft ...


Nakajima Ki-201

The Nakajima Ki-201 Karyu/Karyū 中島 キ-201 火龍 was a Japanese jet fighter project designed during the final stages of World War II but which was never completed.


NAL Hansa

The Hansa Sanskrit: हंस swan) was designed by the National Aerospace Laboratories of India under the NAL-Light Aircraft Project. Three designs were produced and the second-design Hansa-2 was built as a prototype which first flew on 23 November 19 ...



NM5 or C-NM5 was a multi-role, multi-mission aircraft being jointly developed by National Aerospace Laboratories and Mahindra Aerospace. It is a 5-seater civil aircraft and an extension of the Hansa project. The NM5 was entirely designed and deve ...


Nanchang J-12

The NAMC J-12 was a lightweight supersonic fighter built by the Peoples Republic of China, intended for use by the Peoples Liberation Army Air Force. It was one of the first serious attempts by Chinese aircraft manufacturers to develop an indigen ...


Nanchang Q-6

The Nanchang Q-6 is a cancelled ground attack aircraft of the Peoples Republic of China, with the Nanchang Aircraft Factory as the prime contractor. The project never went beyond the prototype stage, despite a prolonged development.



In 1930 the LIIPS - Leningrad institute for sail and communications engineers formed a UK GVF - training centre for civil air fleet, in turn the UK GVF formed the NIAI Naoochno-Issledovatelskiy Aero-Institoot - scientific test aero-institute whic ...


Nieuport London

The Nieuport London was a British night bomber aircraft designed in the First World War. A twin-engined triplane, the London was dogged by the unavailability and unreliability of its engines, and did not fly until 1920. Only two were built.


Nieuport-Delage NiD 39

The Nieuport-Delage NiD 39 was an airliner produced in France in the late 1920s, developed from the NiD 38. The airline Compagnie Aerienne Française had purchased four examples of the previous aircraft and ordered an improved version with greater ...


Nieuport-Delage NiD 42

The Nieuport-Delage NiD 42 was a fighter aircraft built in France in the early 1920s, the first in a family of designs that would form the backbone of the French fighter force over the next decade.


Nieuport-Delage NiD 52

The Nieuport-Delage NiD 52 was a French fighter aircraft of the 1920s. A single-engined sesquiplane, it served with the Spanish Air Force, being operated by both sides of the Spanish Civil War.


Nieuport-Delage NiD 62

The Nieuport-Delage NiD.62 was a French sesquiplane fighter from the early 1930s. This machine was a descendant of a long line of Nieuport-Delage fighters that were designed and built during the years immediately after World War I. The NiD.62 was ...


Nieuport-Delage NiD 590

The Nieuport-Delage NiD 590 was a three engine, high wing monoplane designed for policing and other roles in Frances colonies, which did not go into production or enter service.


Nieuport-Delage NiD 690

The Neiuport-Delage NiD 690 was a French all-metal, single-engined colonial policing aircraft, built for a competitive government contract. Its unusual rear fuselage gave a wide field of downward machine gun fire. Only two examples were built.


Nieuport-Delage NiD-120

The Nieuport-Delage NiD 120 series was a series of French single-seat parasol monoplane fighter aircraft of the 1930s. It was built in a number of versions, fitted with various types of engines, with six aircraft designated NiD 123 being sold to ...


Nieuport Triplane

In 1915, Gustave Delage modified a Nieuport 10 with a set of triplane wings in an unusual fore-aft-fore stagger for testing, this design was later patented in 1916. Another Triplane, of modified Nieuport 17 bis, was also tested and allotted to No ...


Niki Kallithea

The Niki Kallithea is a Bulgarian autogyro designed and produced by Niki Rotor Aviation of Pravets, introduced in 2011. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.


Niki Lightning

The Niki Lightning is a fully enclosed two-seater tricycle autogyro of composite construction, designed and built by Niki Rotor Aviation in Bulgaria. It was introduced in 2009


Nikitin NV-1

Whilst working under Grigorovich and Polikarpov, as well as at the TsKB Central Construction Bureau and OKB-30, Nikitin designed and built aircraft that carried his name despite not having an OKB. Inspired by racing aircraft in the US, Nikitin de ...


Nord 1500 Noreclair

The Nord 1500 Noreclair was a prototype French twin-engined dive bomber and anti-submarine warfare aircraft built at the end of the Second World War. It would have carried both torpedoes, missiles, and bombs. The aircraft was built in response to ...


Norsk Flyindustri Finnmark 5A

The Norsk Flyindustri Finnmark 5A was an amphibious flying-boat airliner built in Norway in the late 1940s. The single prototype was operated by the VLS airline, but no orders for additional aircraft were received, and a refined version designate ...


List of F-100 units of the United States Air Force

This is a List of F-100 Units of the United States Air Force by wing, squadron, location, tailcode, features, variant, and service dates. During the 1960s, squadrons were transferred regularly to different wings and bases temporarily, and sometim ...


SM-62 Snark

The Northrop SM-62 Snark was an early-model intercontinental range ground-launched cruise missile that could carry a W39 thermonuclear warhead. The Snark was deployed by the United States Air Forces Strategic Air Command from 1958 through 1961. I ...


Northrop N-204

In fall 1957, Northrop submitted a proposal to the United States Air Force for a subsonic high-altitude reconnaissance aircraft, having capitalized on their earlier N-165 design study. The concerns by CIA pilots that the Lockheed U-2 was being tr ...


Nova Coden

The Nova Coden is a Polish autogyro under development by Nova Sp. z.o.o. of Gdynia. Intended to be type certified, it is planned that the aircraft will be supplied complete and ready-to-fly.


Nuri Demirağ Nu D.38

The Nuri Demirağ Nu.D.38 was a Turkish light civil transport, with twin engines and seating for four passengers, built in the early 1940s. Only one was constructed and flown.


Phoenix Skyblazer

The Phoenix Skyblazer is an American helicopter that was designed by the Nolan brothers and produced by Phoenix Rotorcraft of Fallston, Maryland and more recently Louisburg, North Carolina. When it was available the aircraft was supplied as a com ...


Piel Onyx

The Piel CP-150 Onyx is a single-seat, low-cost and low-power ultralight aircraft. The aircraft was designed by French aeronautical engineer Claude Piel. The aircraft is an all-wood single seat microlight based on Mignet principles with fixed tri ...


Lehtovaara PIK-16 Vasama

The Lehtovaara PIK-16 Vasama is a Finnish mid-wing, single-seat, FAI Standard Class glider that was designed by Tuomo Tervo, Jorma Jalkanen and Kurt Hedstrom, who were students at the Polyteknikkojen Ilmailukerho and produced by Lehtovaara.


Pilatus PC-10

The Pilatus PC-10 was the common name of different designs for a twin-engine aircraft manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft, but none of them reached the production stage.


Pitcairn PAA-1

The Pitcairn PAA-1 was an autogyro developed in the United States in the early 1930s. Of similar configuration to Pitcairns earlier machines, the PAA-1 had an airplane-like fuselage with two open cockpits in tandem and a tractor-mounted engine in ...


Borovkov-Florov I-207

In 1935, two designers from GAZ-21 Gosoodarstvenny Aviatsiya Zavod – state aviation plant/factory, at Gorky began work on a new high-speed biplane fighter design. Borovkov and Florov drew heavily on their experience working in the Polikarpov I-16 ...


Polikarpov DI-1

Polikarpov DI-1, also known as 2I-N1, Russian: Поликарпов ДИ-1, was a prototype Soviet two-seat fighter designed during the 1920s. The sole prototype built crashed on its ninth flight, due to manufacturing defects, and the program was cancelled.


Polikarpov I-1

The Polikarpov I-1 was the first indigenous Soviet monoplane fighter. It had to be redesigned after the crash of the first prototype, and was eventually ordered into production in small numbers, but it was never accepted for service with the Sovi ...


Polikarpov I-3

The Polikarpov I-3 was a Soviet fighter designed during the late 1920s. It entered service in 1929, but was retired in 1935 with the advent of fighters with higher performance.


Polikarpov I-17

The I-17 was a lightweight single-seat low-wing cantilever monoplane. Developed under the design bureau designation TsKB-15 it first flew on 1 September 1934 powered by a 567 kW 760 hp Hispano-Suiza 12 Ybrs engine. The second prototype designated ...


Polikarpov Ivanov

The Polikarpov Ivanov was a 1930s prototype Soviet ground attack monoplane designed by Polikarpov for a soviet government procurement competition codenamed Ivanov.


Polikarpov P-2

The Polikarpov P-2 was a 1920s Soviet two-seat intermediate training biplane. It was a single-bay biplane powered by a 300 hp M-6 water-cooled V-8 engine with a retractable radiator. The prototype first flew in 1927 and entered production with an ...


Polikarpov TB-2

The Polikarpov TB-2 was a Soviet heavy bomber prototype designed and tested in the 1920s. It was a sesquiplane of wooden construction, with engines mounted on the bottom wing. Work on the sole prototype began in 1927 and it was tested in 1930. Al ...


Polikarpov VIT-1

The Polikarpov VIT-1 was a Soviet twin-engined multi-purpose aircraft developed before World War II. One prototype was built in 1937, with an extremely heavy armament for ground attack duties. That was the only example built as it was decided to ...


Polikarpov VIT-2

The Polikarpov VIT-2 was a Soviet twin-engined ground attack aircraft developed before World War II. A single prototype was built in 1938 for evaluation purposes. Although a promising design it was recommended that it be introduced into productio ...


Potez 26

The Potez 26 was a lighter, smaller span, single-seat fighter version of the two-seat biplane Potez 25 reconnaissance aircraft. Both types were sesquiplanes with markedly smaller lower wings. Both upper and lower wings were rectangular in plan, w ...


Potez 28

The Potez 28 was a French aircraft designed in the 1920s to set distance records, built in both sesquiplane and monoplane versions. Only two were completed but both set several long distance records.


Potez 31

The Potez 31 was a prototype French two-seat night fighter, flown in about 1928, intended to fill the Cn.2 specification for the Armee de lAir. Only one was built.


Potez 34

The Potez 34 was built by Aeroplanes Henry Potez and was derived from the Potez 28M and used the Ryan NYPs blind flying / periscope configuration. Had intended to win the distance record in a closed circle, and then in a straight line, the first ...


Potez 35

The Potez 35 was designed as a medium bomber and could be equipped for night as well as day attacks. The official classification was Multiplace Grande Reconnaissance, Combat et Bombardment Multi-seat Large Reconnaissance, Combat and Bombing). It ...


Potez 37

The Potez 37 was a two-seat, long range reconnaissance aircraft built to compete for a French government contract. It flew in mid-1930 but did not win the competition, so only two were completed.