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Sud-Ouest Ariel

The Sud-Ouest Ariel is a French two-seat light helicopter designed and built by Sud-Ouest later Sud Aviation. The helicopter rotors were driven by compressed-air jets at the end of each blade.


SNCASO SO.7010 Pegase

The SNCASO SO.7010 Pegase was a six-passenger light transport aircraft developed in France immediately after World War II. It was powered by a pair of tandem-coupled V-8 engines but this power plant proved to be too troublesome for development to ...



The SNCASO SO.4000 was an experimental French twin-engine jet-bomber aircraft of the 1950s. It was the first French jet bomber to be developed, despite the type never entering operational service. So.4000 developed from the ambition to develop an ...


Sukhoi Su-8

While Sukhoi was perfecting the light Sukhoi Su-6 attack aircraft, the OKB also developed the massive, heavily armed and armored Su-8. In May 1942, the Soviet military commanders had realized the need for an aircraft to support ground offensives ...


Sukhoi Su-10

On 26 February 1946 OKB-134 was tasked with developing and building a bomber powered by four Lyulka TR-1A or six RD-10 turbojet engines. Work began on 24 April 1946, with many different configurations studied before the design was frozen. Alterna ...


Sukhoi Su-17 (1949)

The Su-17 was designed to closely match the theoretical TsAGI calculations for supersonic performance. The aircraft had a 50° swept wing fitted with air brakes and boosted controls. A unique feature was that in addition to an ejection seat, the e ...


Sukhoi S-54

The Sukhoi S-54 was a series of three closely related aircraft proposals, the S-54 trainer aircraft, S-55 light fighter designed for export, and the S-56 carrier-capable light fighter. All members of the family resemble the Sukhoi Su-27 in genera ...


Supermarine 545

The Supermarine 545 was a development of the Swift for intended operation as a naval fighter to meet Air Ministry specification F.105D2. It had a crescent shaped wing and was intended to fly at supersonic speeds. It was powered by a single afterb ...


Supermarine Type 316

The Supermarine B.12/36 was a British prototype four-engine heavy bomber design that was destroyed by enemy action before completion during the Second World War.


Supermarine Nighthawk

The P.B.31E Nighthawk, the first project of the Pemberton-Billing operation after it became Supermarine Aviation Works Ltd., was a prototype anti-Zeppelin fighter with a crew of three to five and an intended endurance of 9–18 hours. It was first ...


Supermarine Scylla

The Scylla was designed by R. J. Mitchell, chief designer at Supermarine as an experimental wooden twin-engined biplane amphibian aircraft, in parallel with the Supermarine Swan design for a replacement for the Royal Air Forces Felixstowe F5s.


Supermarine 525

The Type 525 was a late development of the Type 508 of which three examples had been ordered from Supermarine in November 1947 to Air Ministry specification N.9/47. The Type 508s were to be development aircraft for a carrier-borne interceptor, re ...


Supermarine Type 316


Supermarine Type 324

The Supermarine Type 324 and Type 325 were British two-engined fighter designs proposed as the replacement for the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. Neither of them nor a revised design - the Type 327 - to carry cannon was accepted for d ...


Supermarine Type 553

The complexity of mach 2 flight was realised during the 545 development. Vickers-Supermarine proposed the 553 with a swept wing that would make the plane more aerodynamic than a straight wing design. It would be produced of aluminium alloy. The d ...


Svenska Aero Falken

The Falken trainer, closely related to the Jaktfalken fighter, was derived from the earlier Piraten. It was a single bay biplane with unswept, constant chord, thin section wings. Both wings were built around rectangular section steel spars and we ...


Jaffe/Swearingen SA-32T Turbo Trainer

The Jaffe/Swearingen SA-32T is a prototype American turboprop- powered training aircraft with side-by-side seating. A single example was built in the late 1980s, but no production followed.


SZD-9 Bocian

The SZD-9 Bocian is a multi-purpose two-seat sailplane that was designed and built in Poland at Szybowcowy Zaklad Doswiadczalny in Bielsko-Biala, beginning in 1952. It was designed to be capable of fulfilling the needs of every area from training ...


SZD-12 Mucha 100

The SZD-12 Mucha 100 was a single-seat glider aircraft that was designed and built in Poland from 1953.


SZD-14x Jaskolka M

The SZD-14X Jaskolka M was a single-seat glider designed and built in Poland at Szybowcowy Zaklad Doswiadczalny - Glider Experimental Works in Bielsko-Biala in 1954. This was an experimental prototype, and only one unit was constructed.


SZD-15 Sroka

The SZD-15 Sroka Magpie was designed as a replacement for the IS-B Komar in the single-seat trainer role, at the request of the LPZ Soldiers Friends League from 1955. Of typical wooden construction with plywood or fabric covering, the SZD-15 Srok ...


SZD-17X Jaskolka L

The SZD-17X Jaskolka L was a single-seat high-performance competition glider designed and built in Poland at Szybowcowy Zaklad Doswiadczalny in Bielsko-Biala in 1955.


SZD-18 Czajka

The last attempt by the LPZ Liga Przyjaciol Zolnierza – Soldiers Friends League paramilitary organization to design a single-seat training glider, after SZD-15 and SZD-16 designs, was the SZD-18 Czajka lapwing, which appeared in 1956. It had a si ...


SZD-22 Mucha Standard

The SZD-22 Mucha Standard was a single-seat aerobatic glider designed and built in Poland from 1957.


SZD-24 Foka

The SZD-24 Foka was a single-seat high performance aerobatic glider designed and built in Poland in 1960.


SZD-25A Lis

The SZD-25A Lis was a single-seat glider aircraft that was designed and built in Poland from 1955, derived from the SZD-16 Gil and SZD-25 Nov.


SZD-38 Jantar 1

After SZDs success in designing high performance all wood gliders, the design groups first product using fibreglass emerged as a very competitive glider. Two prototypes of the SZD-37x installation outdoor Observatory was built SP-2636 and SP-2637 ...


SZD-41 Jantar Standard

Development of the SZD-41 Jantar Standard was relatively quick due to using the fuselage and tail unit of the SZD-38 Jantar 1 and fitting 15 m span wings complying with the Standard class specification. The prototype SZD-41, limited to 235 km/h, ...


SZD-49 Jantar K

After the FAI Standard class rules had been created and then modified in the early 1970s the FAI decided to add a new 15m class, for gliders with a maximum span of 15m but no other restrictions other than airbrakes limiting the speed to V ne or l ...


SZD-C Zuraw

The SZD-C Zuraw, also designated as IS-C is a two-seat training and aerobatic glider aircraft, built in Poland from 1952, a copy of the German DFS Kranich II.


Tachikawa Ki-94

The Tachikawa Ki-94 was a single-seat fighter-Interceptor aircraft project undertaken by the Tachikawa Aircraft Company and to be operated by the Imperial Japanese Army. The project refers to two aircraft designs: the Ki-94-I and the Ki-94-II, bo ...


Tachikawa T.S. 1

The low-cost all wood construction aircraft was unique in having a complex retractable landing gear. The aircraft was not put into production because of the limited market and high cost of production.


Tecnam P-Jet

The P-Jet, under development to be used as a light military trainer or reconnaissance aircraft, is a side-by-side single engine turbofan aircraft with retractable tricycle landing gear and a twin rudder arrangement.


Thomas-Morse MB-1

The MB-1 was designed by B. Douglas Thomas as a high wing parasol monoplane. Powered by a Liberty 12 engine, the MB-1 flew only once, and the weight of the Liberty 12 proved so heavy for the aircraft that the landing gear collapsed while the MB-1 ...


Thomas-Morse MB-2

The MB-2 was designed by B. Douglas Thomas at the same time he was building the MB-1. Powered by a Liberty 12 engine, the first of two two-seat biplanes flew in November 1918. The Army was unimpressed by the performance and did not order any for ...


Thomas-Morse MB-3

The Thomas-Morse MB-3 was an open-cockpit biplane fighter primarily manufactured by the Boeing Company for the U.S. Army Air Service in 1922. The MB-3A was the mainstay fighter for the Air Service between 1922 and 1925.


Thomas-Morse MB-9

The Thomas Morse MB-9 was an experimental American fighter aircraft of the 1920s. It was a single-engined, single-seat parasol winged monoplane, but was unsuccessful, being quickly abandoned.


Timm Aerocraft 2AS

Timm formed the Wally Timm Company in Glendale, California. He purchased the rights to the Kinner Sportwing, a side-by-side monoplane training aircraft and modified it as a tandem-seat trainer to compete for the Civilian Pilot Training Program bu ...


Timm AG-2

The Timm AG-2 was a proposed Second World War American assault glider part of a United States Army assault glider project, none were built and the programme was cancelled in September 1943.


Timm Aircoach

The Timm Aircoach, also called the Timm Coach and the Golden Shell Special, was a custom-built, high-capacity, high altitude aircraft for charter flights.


Timm T-840

The Timm T-840 was a twin engine, high wing passenger aircraft designed and flown in the United States in 1938. Equipped with a tricycle undercarriage and low speed aerodynamic devices, it could be configured to carry between six and ten passenge ...


Titanium Explorer

The Titanium Explorer is an Australian autogyro designed by Neil Sheather and Andrew Pepper and produced by Titanium Auto Gyro of Attunga, New South Wales. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly, although development of a kit for amat ...


TL Ultralight TL-32 Typhoon

The TL Ultralight TL-32 Typhoon is a wing and boom, high wing ultralight with its engine mounted above and ahead of the wing, seating two in side-by-side configuration. It was designed and built in the Czech Republic in the 1990s.


TL Ultralight TL-96 Star

The TL Ultralight TL-96 Star is a single-engine, side-by-side configuration two seat ultralight, designed in the Czech Republic in the 1990s. More than 150 have been registered.


TL Ultralight Condor

The TL Ultralight TL-132 Condor and TL-232 Condor Plus are single engine, highwing ultralight aircraft designed and built in the Czech Republic in the mid-1990s. They remain in production in 2010.


Trendak Tercel

The Trendak Tercel is a Polish autogyro designed and produced by Aviation Artur Trendak of Jaktorow-Kolonia, Poland, introduced at the AERO Friedrichshafen show in 2014. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.


Trixy Liberty

The Trixy Liberty is an Austrian autogyro designed and produced by Trixy Aviation Products of Dornbirn. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.


Trixy Princess

The Trixy Princess is an Austrian autogyro designed and produced by Trixy Aviation Products of Dornbirn. The aircraft is supplied complete and ready-to-fly.


Tupolev ANT-30

In 1933-1934, the VVS announced a requirement for a 2-engine multirole aircraft of the air cruiser class, building upon the concepts incorporated in the R-6 and MI-3. According to the draft, the ANT-30 was to be carried out according to the schem ...


Tupolev I-12

The Tupolev I-12 was a prototype Soviet fighter aircraft that never reached production. The I-12 was of unconventional design with twin booms made of water pipes containing recoilless rifles and two engines in a push-pull configuration. The aircr ...