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List of aircraft (B)

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

B

B&F

(B&F Technik Vertriebs gmbh, Germany)

Baade

(Dr. Brunholf Baade, East Germany, see: OKB-1 and VEB)

BAaer

(BA-Aeroplanos, Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Babcock

Baby Ace

(Ace Aircraft Mfg Co (Edwin T Jacobs),)

BAC

(British Aircraft Company, United Kingdom)

BAC

(British Aircraft Corporation, United Kingdom)

Bach

(Bach Aircraft Co, Clover Field, Santa Monica CA / Morton L. Bach)

Bachem

(Bachem-Werke)

  • Bachem Ba 349 Natter[2]
  • Ba BP 20 - (Manned Flak Rocket) First versions of Ba-349, some Non-VTO fitted with fixed landing gear and solid nose for flight testing

Backcountry Super Cubs

(Backcountry Super Cubs, LLC, Douglas, Wyoming, United States)

Backstrom

(Al Backstrom, Fort Worth TX.)

Badez-Giraud-Mercier

BAe

(British Aerospace, United Kingdom)

BAE Systems

Baco

(Bethlehem Aircraft Corp, Bethlehem PA.)

Bagg

(Roy Raymond Bagg, Mooreton ND.)

Bagalini

(Marino Bagalini)

Bahl

((Brooks B) Harding, (A D) Zook & (Errold G) Bahl, Lincoln NB.)

Bailey

(Charles Bailey, Madison NC.)

Bailey

(Dick Bailey)

Bailey & Gray

(John & Ross Bailey and Marsh Gray, Kinston NC.)

Baja California

(designer - Lascurain Y Osio)

Bakeng

(Gerald Bakeng, Edmonds WA.)

Baker

(Al and Ray Baker, Kansas City MO.)

Baker

(Bobby Baker)

Baker

(Gil Baker)

Baker

(Baker Air Research, Huron OH.)

Baker

(Art Baker, Kansas City MO.)

Baker-Scott

(Clyde Baker & Tommy Scott, Bartlett TN.)

Bal-Aire

(Ballard Leins, Tinley Park IL.)

Baldwin

(Baldwin Aeroplanes)

Baldwin

((Gary) Baldwin Aircraft Intl,)

Ball

(Clifford Ball, Bettis Field, McKeesport PA.)

Ballard Sport Aircraft

(Ballard Sport Aircraft, Limited, Sherbrooke, Quebec)

Ball-Bartoe

(Ball-Bartoe Aircraft Corp, Boulder CO.)

Ballou-Whitehair

((W J) Ballou-(Walter L) Whitehair Aeroplane Co, Portland OR.)

Bally

(Jack Bally & Don Smith)

Baltrun

((Joseph) Baltrun Flying Service, Springfield MA.)

Bancroft

((Basil or Louis) Bancroft Airplane Co, E Hartford CT.)

Bánhidi

(Antal Bánhidi)

Bánhidi-Lampich

(Antal Bánhidi and Arpad Lampich)

Bannick

((Lester) Bannick Copter Co, Phoenix AZ.)

Barbaro

(Renè Barbaro) Data from:'[8]

Barbette

(Roland Barbette & Jacky Dessendre)

Barcala-Cierva-Diaz

(Sociedad Industrial de Construcciones Aeronauticas Llamada Barcala-Cierva-Diaz)-(Jose Barcala - Juan de la Cierva - Pablo Diaz)

Barclay

(Irwin R Barclay, Bloomington IL.)

Barillon

(Pierre Barillon)

Baritsky

Barker

(Art Barker, Kansas City MO.)

Barker-Bowser

(Gailard Barker & Kenneth Bowser, Phoenix AZ.)

Barkhoff

Barkley-Grow

Barkley-Warwick

((Archibald S) Barkley & Warwick Aircraft Corp, 7490 Melville St, Detroit MI.)

Barlatier

(Henri Blanc et Emile Barlatier)

Barling

(Barling Aircraft Co, 526 North 2nd St, St Joseph MO.)

Barnard

(Barnard Aircraft Corp, Syracuse NY.)

Barnes

(S H Barnes, Escalon CA. 19??: 110 N Cypress St, Burbank CA.)

Barnett

( (K J) Barnett Rotorcraft Co, Olivehurst CA.)

Barney

(Barney Snyder, 3706 49 St, San Diego CA.)

Barnhart

((G Edward) Barnhart, San Diego CA. 1922: Barnhart Aircraft Inc, 44 W Green St, Pasadena CA.)

Barr

(Jim Barr / Barr Aircraft, Williamsport, Pennsylvania)

Barrett

(Barrett Aircraft Corp, Anoka MN.)

Barrett

(Barrett Aircraft, 2442 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica CA.)

Barritault

(Jean Barritault)

Barritt

(John E Barritt, Riverside CA, later Berkeley CA.)

Barrón

(Eduardo Barrón)

Barrows

(Robert Barrows, Frankfort, NY.)

Barry

(Howard S Barry, Birmingham AL.)

Bartel

Bartini

Bartlett Aircraft

Bartok

(Frank Bartok, Dillonvale OH.)

Barton

(Wayne F Barton, Northglenn Colorado)

Basler

Bassou

(André Bassou) (see also Societe de Constructions et d'Aviation Legere - SCAL)

Bastet

(Raymond Bastet)

Bastianelli

(Bastianelli brothers see also Societá Industriale l'Aviazone)

Bastier

B.A.T.

(British Aerial Transport Company Limited)

Bat

(Noran Aircraft Co Ltd (fdrs: Robert E McGill & L M Finch), 157 10th St, San Francisco CA.)

Bates

((Carl) Bates Aeroplane Co, Chicago IL. 1912: Acquired by Heath Aircraft Co, Chicago IL.)

Batson

(Matthew Arlington Batson, Union County IL. 1912: Batson Air Navigation Co, Savannah GA.)

Battaille

Batwing

(Batwing Aircraft Co. (fdr: Walter F McGinty), Alameda CA.)

Bauer Avion

(Prague, Czech Republic)

Bauer-Hueber

(J Carl Bauer & Lewis Hueber)

Baumann

(Jack B) Baumann Aircraft Corp, Knoxville TN.

Bäumer

(Bäumer Aero GmbH)

Baumgärtl

(Paul Baumgärtl)

Baumhauer

(Albert Gilles von Baumhauer)

Bay

(Bay Aviation)

BDC Aero

(BDC Aero Industrie (aka Puma Aircraft), Lachute, Quebec Canada)

BDM

Beach

(Irl Simeon Beach, 241 E Douglas Ave, Wichita KS)

Beach-Whitehead

(Stanley Y Beach & Gustave Whitehead, Bridgeport CT; Scientific Aeroplane Co, 125 E 23rd St, New York NY.)

Beach-Willard

(Stanley Y Beach & Charles F Willard, NY.)

Beachey

(Lincoln Beachey)

Beachner

(Chris Beachner, Tucson AZ. Mizell Enterprises (after Beachner's death), Brighton CO.)[1]

Beagle

Beal

(Ralph Beal, Kansas City MO.)

Bealine

(Bealine Flying Service (pres: Thomas W Beal), Humble TX.)

Beard

(Otis & Louis Beard, St Petersburg FL.)

Beardmore

Beattie-Fellers

(Ronald Beattie & Walter Fellers)

Beatty

(George W Beatty)

Beaujon

(Beaujon Aircraft, Ardmore, OK, USA)

Beaumont

(Roland W Beaumont, Buffalo NY.)

Beauregard

Béchereau

(Louis Béchereau / Societe et Ateliers Béchereau)

Becker

(Arthur H Becker, Brocton NY.)

Beckner

(F W Beckner, Victoria TX.)

Beco

((Harvey) Beilgard Co, Beverly Hills CA.)

Bede

(Bede Aviation Inc, Chesterfield MO.)

Bedek

(Bedek Aviation)

Bee Line

(Harry T Booth & Arthur L "Mike" Thurston)

Beebe

(Beebe Aircraft Service Inc.)

Beebe

(Henry J Beebe, Scienceville OH.)

Beechcraft

Beecraft

(Bee Aviation Associates)

Beese-Boutard

(Melli Beese and Charles Boutard)

Beets

(Glenn Beets, Riverside CA.)

Beidenmeister

(Karl A Beidenmeister, Indianapolis IN.)

Beijing Aviation Institute

Beijing Aviation Polytechnic School

Beijing Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Belcher

((Osmond Theron) Belcher Aerial Mfg Co, Los Angeles CA.)

Bel Geddes

(Norman Bel Geddes, New York NY.)

Bélin

(Henri Bélin)

Belite

(Belite Aircraft)

Bell

(Fred Bell)

Bell

(Oscar Perry Bell, Atchison KS.)

Bell

(John Robert Bell, Belle Vernon PA.)

Bell

Bell-Agusta

Bell-Boeing Vertol

Bellamy-Hillbourne

Bellanca

(AviaBellanca Aircraft Corporation / Giuseppe Mario Bellanca)

Bellanca

(Bellanca Aircraft Engineering Inc.)

Bellanger

Bellotti

(Anthony Bellotti, New Bedford MA.)

Belohlavek

(John (or Joe) Belohlavek Jr, Sierra Madre CA.)

Beltrame

(Quinto Beltrame)

Beltran

(Christian Beltran)

Belworthy

Belyayev

Ben Showers

Bendix

((Vincent) Bendix Products Corp, 401 Bendix Dr, South Bend IN. 1944: Bendix Personal Airplane Div, Detroit MI.)

Bendix

(Bendix Helicopters Inc.)

Beneš-Mráz

(Beneš & Mráz Továrna na Letadla)

Bengston

Benner

(Reno Benner, Leavittwon PA.)

Bennett

(Bennett Aviation / Bennett Aircraft Co)

Bennett

((Frank) Bennett Aircraft Co, Fort Worth TX. 1942: Reorganized as Globe Aircraft Co., a.k.a. Breese-Bennett)

Bennett

(George Bennett, Kansas City MO.)

Bennett

(Grover Bennett & Son, Keosauqua IA.)

Bennett

(S C Bennett, Bridgewater NC.)

Bennett-Christofferson

( (Fred A) Bennett-(Silas) Christofferson Airship Co, Portland OR.)

Benoist

(Benoist Aircraft Co,)

Bensen

((Dr Igor B) Bensen Aircraft Corp. Raleigh NC.)

Benson

(George C Benson, San Bernardino CA.)

Bentley

(J Frank Bentley, Phoenix AZ.)

Bentzen

(William Bentzen, IL.)

Berca

(Jorge Berca)

Bereznyak-Isayev

Berckmans

((Maurice & Emile) Berckmans Airplane Co, New York.)

Bergamaschi

(Cantieri Aeronuatici Bergamaschi)

Berger

Bergier

(Henri Bergier)

Beriev

Berk

(Glenn W Berk, Blissfield MI.)

Berkeley

(Berkeley Aviation Services Ltd (fdr: O A Houfe), Berkeley CA.)

Berkmans

Berkshire

(Berkshire Aircraft Co, 91 Brown St, Pittsfield MA.)

Berkut

(Berkut Engineering)

Berliner-Joyce

Berliner-Joyce

Berliner Helicopters

Bernard

Etablissements Adolphe Bernard

Société Industrielle des Métaux et du Bois (S.I.M.B.)

Société des Avions Bernard (S.A.B.)

Berry

(Harold O Berry, Anderson IN.)

Bert

(Floyd S Bert, Carnegie PA.)

Bertin

(Léonce Bertin)

Besasie

(Ray Besasie, Milwaukee WI.)

Besson

(Société de construction aéronautiques et Navales Marcel Besson, 5 rue Saint-Denis, Boulogne-sur-Seine, France)

Best Off

Bestetti

(Bestetti-Nardi)

Bessard-Millevoye

Betts

(Mike Betts)

Beville

(Steve Beville, Hammond IN.)

Bezobrasov

(Aleksander A. Bezobrazov & F.E. Moska)

Bezzola

(Gion Bezzola)

BFW

(Bayerische Flugzeugwerke)

Bharat

Biddy-Buddy

(Rene Durenleau, Rantoul IL.)

Bidwell

((William Burgess) Bidwell-(Shirley) Yale Aviation Co, Gardiner Airport, Portland OR.)

Biemond

(C Biemond)

Biggs

(Floyd Biggs, OK.)

Billman

Bing

(George J. Bing)

Biplanes Of Yesteryear

(Ontario, Oregon, United States)

Bircham

Bird

(Bird Aircraft Co. / (Joe & Harry) Brunner-(William E) Winkle Aircraft Corp, 17 Haverkamp St, Glendale NY.)

Bird

((W W) Bird Aircraft Co, 1905 Atlantic, San Diego CA.)

Bird

(Bird Corporation, Palm Springs CA.)

Bird

(Cory Bird, Mojave CA.)

Birdman

Birdman

Bird Wing

(Bird Wing Commercial Aircraft Co.)

Bishop

Bisnovat

Bittner

(Raymond Bittner, Chicago IL.)

BK Fliers

(BK Fliers / Bruce King)

Bksut

Blackburn

(deForest Blackburn, St Louis MO.)

Blackburn

Black Diamond

(Diamond Airplane Co, Black Diamond CA.)

Blackshape

(Blackshape srl, Monopoli, Italy)

Blanc

(Maurice Blanc)

Blanchard

(Société des Avions Blanchard)

Blanchet

(Jean Blanchet)

Blavier

(Gérard Blavier)

Blenet

(Roger Blenet)

Blériot

Blessing

(Gerhard Blessing)

Blinderman-Mayorov

(И. А. Блиндерман & В. В. Майоров)

Bloch

(Avions Marcel Bloch)

Blohm & Voss

(Blohm & Voss also Hamburger Flugzeugbau) (For WWII projects with no RLM designation see: List of German aircraft projects, 1939-1945)

Blue Max Ulralight

Blue Yonder

(Blue Yonder Aviation)

Blume

Bob Anderson Sport Aircraft

Bock

(John W. Bock, Los Lunas NM.)

Bode

(John Bode, Augusta KS.)

Bodiansky

(Michel Bodiansky)

Boeing

Boeing-Stearman

Boeing-Vertol

Boeing Aircraft of Canada

Boeing Canada

Boeing School of Aeronautics

Boeing-Sikorsky

Bogardus

(George Bogardus, Troutdale OR, and Eyerly Aircraft Corp, Salem OR.)

Bogut

(Ed L. Bogut, Havre MT.)

Bohannon

(Bruce Bohannon)

Bohemia

Boillon

(Jean Boillon)

Boisavia

(Société Boisavia)

BOK

(Byuro Osovikh Konstruktskii - experimental aircraft design bureau)

Bokor

(Maurice Bokor (also seen as Morris Boker), Bronx NY.)

Boland

((Frank E & Joseph) Boland Aeroplane & Motor Co, Rahway NJ and Mineola NY. 1928: Boland Aeroplane Co, Newark NJ)

Bolkhovitinov

Bölkow

Bollinger-Koppen

(Lynn L Bollinger-Otto C Koppen, MIT, Cambridge MA.)

Bolte

(Bolte Aircraft Co, Des Moines IA.)

Bolz

(William H Bolz Jr, Palmyra NB.)

Bombardier

Bomhoff

(Bomhoff, Canada County OK.)

Bonbrake

(L. Dewey Bonbrake, Kansas City KS.)

Boncourt-Audenis-Jacob

Bond

(John Bond, Cupertino CA.)

Bone

(R.O. Bone Co., 415 E Industrial Ave, Inglewood CA.)

Bonnel

(André Bonnel)

Bonnet-Labranche

(Albert et Emile Bonnet-Labranche)

Bonney

(Leonard Warden Bonney, Wellington, Ohio)

Bonomi

See: Aeronautica Bonomi

Booker

(Carr E. Booker, Raleigh NC.)

Booth

(H.T. Booth. Freeport NY.)

Bopp

(Cecil W Bopp, Waterloo IA.)

Borchers

(Lowell J. Borchers, Mt Vernon OH.)

Borel

(see: List of aircraft (S)#SGCIM) (Etablissements Borel / Gabriel borel)

Borgward

Borodics

Borovkov-Florov

Bosshardt

(Harry Bosshardt, 1850 Sacramento St, San Francisco CA.)

BOT Aircraft

(Oerlinghausen, Germany)

Botali-du-Riveau

Botali-Mandelli

Bottoms

(Leonard L. Bottoms Jr., Quinton VA.)

Borzecki

(Jozef Borzecki)

Bouchard

(André Bouchard)

Boudeau

Bourgois-Sénémaud

(Paul Bourgois with Sénémaud as engineer and Deckert as test pilot at a workshop in Levallois-Perret)

Bouffort-Lantres

(Bouffort & Gérard Lantres) (see also:Lantres-Bouffort)

Boulton Paul

(Boulton & Paul Ltd, Boulton Paul Aircraft)[159][160]

Bounsall

((Edward & Curtis) Bounsall Aircraft, Mesquite NV.)

Bourdon

((Allen P) Bourdon Aircraft Corp, E Greenwich RI. 1930: Merged with Viking Flying Boat Co.)

Bourgois-Sénemaud

(Paul Bourgois, engineer Sénemaud and pilot Deckert)

Bourn

(Clarence H. Bourn, Dallas TX.)

Bouvet-de Rougé

(Marcel Bouvet and Charles de Rougé)

Bowers

(Peter M Bowers, Seattle WA.)

Bowlby

((Richard "Dick") Bowlby Airplane Company, 1510 N Fairview and 413 S Market St, Wichita KS.)

Bowlus

Bowman

(Elmer Bowman, Owatonna MN.)

Bowyer

(Jack B. Bowyer, Wichita KS.)

Boyd

(Chester M & W Hunter Boyd, Logan Field, Baltimore MD.)

Boyer

(Francois Boyer)

Boyd

(Gary Boyd)

Bradley

Bradley

(Curtiss Bradley, Tulsa OK.)

Bradley

(Ben R. Bradley, Fort Lauderdale FL.)

Brædstrup

Brain

(Jacob T & Jacob J Brain, Paterson NJ.)

Braley Beezle Bug

((Thomas) Braley Aircraft Co, 211 E Douglas Ave and 6400 E Franklin Rd, Wichita KS)

Brandenburg

Brändli

(Max Brändli)

Brantly

(Brantly Helicopter Corp)

Bratu

(Romulus Bratu)

Bratukhin

Braunschweig

(TU-Braunschweig, Institut für Luftfahrtmeßtechnik und Flugmeteorologie)

Brazil Lion

((Lion Aircraft Co, Chicago IL. / Brazil Aircraft Corp., Brazil IN.]]

Brditschka

see also HB-Flugtechnik

Breda

(Società Italiana Ernesto Breda)

Bredelet-Gros

Breecher

(Ray N. Breecher)

Breese

(Breese Aircraft Corp, Portland OR.)

Breezer Aircraft gmbh

Breezy

(Robert Liposky, Charles Roloff, Carl Unger, Oak Lawn IL.)

Breguet

(Société Anonyme des Ateliers d’Aviation Louis BREGUET)

Brewster

(Claude Brewster, Toledo OH.)

Brewster

(Brewster and Co, Aircraft Div, Long Island City NY.)

Briegleb

see also:' Sailplane Corporation of America

Briffaud

(Georges Briffaud)

Briggs

(Harold H Briggs, Beaverton OR.)

Brinn

(Daniel J Brinn, Garden City KS.)

Bristol

(designations for aircraft built prior to 1923 were applied retroactively)[198]

Bristol

(Uriel Bristol, Sunny Isle, St Croix Virgin Islands.)

British Aircraft Manufacturing

British Army Aeroplane

(see Cody)

British Gyroplanes Ltd.

British Klemm

(British Klemm Aeroplane Company)

British Taylorcraft

(see Taylorcraft Aeroplanes (England) Limited)

Britten-Norman

BRM Aero

BRM Costruções Aeronáuticas

BRM Costruções Aeronáuticas

(Pero Pinheiro, Portugal)

Brochet

(Avions Maurice Brochet / Constructions Aéronautiques Maurice Brochet)

Brock

( also Brock-Stinson - Walter L. Brock, Chicago IL.]]

Brock

(Ken Brock Manufacturing Co. Santa ana CA.)

Brodeau

(André Brodeau)

Brodhead

(Arthur L. Brodhead, Miami FL.)

Brokaw-Jones

(Brokaw Aviation Inc (Dr Burgon F Brokaw & Ernest R Jones), Leesburg FL.)

Brooklands Aerospace

Broughton-Blaney

Brown

(Louis H. Brown, Toledo OH.)

Brown

((Thoburn C. & William R.) Brown Metalplane Co, S 168 Post St, Spokane WA.)

Brown

(aka Ben Brown - Benjamin Brown, Lawrence KS.)

Brown

(C.L. Brown, Rushville MO.)

Brown

(H.F. Brown, Wichita KS.)

Brown

(William Brown Jr., Fall Creek WI.)

Brown

(Alden Brown, San Francisco CA.)

Brown

(Benjamin Brown, Lawrence, Kansas)

Brown

(Lawrence W Brown, Clover Field, Santa Monica CA. 1931: Brown Aircraft Co, Montebello CA)

Brown-Mercury

((Lawrence W) Brown-Mercury Aircraft Corp (with R T Leonard), 1172 E Slauson Ave, Los Angeles CA.)

Brown-Young

((Willis C) Brown-(Richard) Young; aka Columbia Aircraft Co, Tulsa OK.)

Browning

(J.B. Browning and Ben E. Cayler, Oceanside and Encinitas CA.)

Brubaker

(Wayne Chester Brubaker, Terre Hill PA.)

Bruggeman

(Clarence W Bruggeman, Norfolk NE.)

Brügger

Brumby Aircraft

Brunner-Winkle

((Joe & Harry) Brunner-(William E) Winkle Aircraft Corp, 17 Haverkamp St, Glendale NY.)

Brush

(Joseph Brush, Riverdale NJ.)

Brutsche Aircraft Corporation

(Salt Lake City, Utah, United States)

Bryan

(Leland D. Bryan)

Bryan-Laird

(J C Bryan & Charles Laird, Greer College, Greer Airways, 2024 S Wabash Ave, Chicago IL.)

Bryant

((Leland A) Bryant Aircraft Syndicate, Vail Field, Bell Gardens CA.)

Brysacz

BSAS

(Braddick Specialised Air Services International(pty.) ltd. P.O.Box 2189 M.E.C.C KZN 4301 South Africa)

Bucciero

(Renato Bucciero)

Buchanan

(Buchanan Aircraft Corporation, Queensland, Australia)

Buchanan

(William O. Buchanan, Long Beach CA.)

Buckenberg

(Clarence Rudolph Buckenberg, Larchwood IA.)

Bücker

(Bücker Flugzeugbau)

Buckeye

(Buckeye Industries Inc of Argos, Indiana)

Buckley Aircraft Co

(Buckley Aircraft Co.)

Budd

(Edward G Budd Mfg Co, Philadelphia PA.)

Buecker

(Carl Buecker, Ft Wayne IN.)

Buethe

(W.B. Buethe Enterprise Inc)

Buffington

Paul W. Buffington, Springfield OH.

Bugatti

Buhl

Bullock

(Walter Bullock)

Bulté

(Avions Bulté & Cie SA / René Bulté)

Bultzing-Slöwen

Bunting

(John F. Bunting, Bothell WA.)

Bunyard

(Kenneth L Bunyard, Westchester NY. c.1946 Bunyard Airplanes, Flushing NY.) 1931 = 1pOBF; 15 hp Johnson outboard motor; span: 16'0".

Burgess

Burgoyne-Stirling

Burke

(Burke Aircraft Co, 704 Townsend St, Chicago IL.)

Burkholdt

(Fred & Sanford Burkholdt, Minneapolis MN.)

Burleson

Burlingame

(Elmer A. Burlingame, Boston MA.)

Burnelli

(also see CCF & Continental)

Burns

(Art Burns & J E "Brig" Young (Jung), Los Angeles CA.)

Burns

(Burns Aircraft Co., Starkville MS.)

Burrell

(Leslie K. Burrell, Garden Grove CA.)

Burrows

(Riley Burrows, Gardena and Glendale CA.)

Burt

(Robert F. Burt, Pomona CA.)

Buscaylet-Béchereau

Buscaylet-de Monge

Bush

((C J) Bush Welding Works, 117 Greene St, Piqua OH.)

Bushby

(Bushby Aircraft Inc. - Robert W. Bushby)

Bushcaddy

(Bushcaddy Aircraft Canada, Lachute, Quebec, Canada)

Bushey-McGrew

(Ralph Bushey & C F McGrew, Los Angeles CA.)

Bushmaster

(Bushmaster Aircraft Corp.)

Bussen

(Eugene A. Bussen, Jefferson Barracks MO.)

Butler

(C. Arthur Butler)

Butler

(Butler Co, 325 S Broadway St, Butler IN.)

Butler

Butterfly

(Butterfly Aero, Oakville, Washington, United States)

The Butterfly LLC

Butters

(William A. Butters & Associates, Johnstown PA.)

Butterworth

(G.N. Butterworth, West Kingston RI.)

Butz

Buxton

(Jay Buxton, Hawthorne CA.)

Buzzard

SEE Snyder

Buzzman

(Buzzman ARVS / L'il Hustler Ultralight Aviation)

Byron

(Charles Byron, East Brunswick NJ.)


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