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List of aircraft (C)

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

C

C-E

(C-E Aeroplane Works, (office) New York NY (plant) Anderson IN.)

CAARP

(Cooperative des Ateliers Aeronautiques de la Region Parisienne – Parisian aeronautic factory co-operative)

CAB

(Constructions Aéronautiques du Béarn – Béarn aeronautic manufacturers)

Cabane-Saissac

(Henri Saissac)

Cabin-Aire

(also displayed and registered as "Snyder OHS-III", "deLloyd Monoplane" and "Aire-Craft Cabin-Aire/deLloyd"[1]

CAC

For the Commonwealth Aircraft Co. see: Commonwealth

CAC

(Chengdu Aircraft Corporation)

CAC

(Commuter Aircraft Corporation)

CACT

(Compañía Aérea de Construcción y Transportes / Waterhouse / BAJA California / Tijuana)

Cadet

(Cadet Aircraft Co, Pomona CA.)

CAG

(Construcciones Aeronauticas de Galicia, Spain)

CAHI

(anglicised version of TsAGI Центра́льный аэрогидродинами́ческий институ́т (ЦАГИ) or Tsentralniy Aerogidrodinamicheskiy Institut, the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute) see:TsAGI

CAIC

(Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation)

CAIG

(China Aviation Industry General)

Cain

(Cain Aircraft Corp, 10527 Gratiot Ave, Detroit MI.)

Cairns

((Edmund B) Cairns Aircraft Corp, 62 Rubber Ave, Naugatuck CT.)

California

(John J Montijo & Lloyd Royer, Glendale CA)

California Aero

(California Aero Mfg & Supply Co (fdr: Cleve F Shaffer), San Francisco CA.)

California Cub

(California Aircraft Corp, 5866 South San Pedro St, Los Angeles CA.)

Call

((a.k.a.Girard)Aerial Navigation Co of America Inc (fdr: Henry Laurens Call), Girard KS.)[1]

CallAir

((Ivan, Ruell T, Spencer) Call Aircraft Co, Afton WY)

Calvel

(Jacques Calvel)

Calumet

(Calumet Motorsports)

Camair

Camco

(Chicago Aircraft Mfg Corp, 6116 St Lawrence Ave, Chicago IL.)

CAMCO

(Central Aircraft Manufacturing Company Inc.)

Cameron & Sons Aircraft

Campbell

(Corwin B Campbell, Evanston IL)

Campbell

(John M Campbell, Tacoma WA.)

Campbell

((Hayden S) Campbell Aircraft Co)

Campbell

(Campbell Aircraft)

Campbell & Bone

(Mark M Campbell and R O Bone, Los Angeles CA.)

Campini

Data from:[6][7][8][9]

CAMS

(Chantiers Aéro-Maritimes de la Seine – Seine aero-maritime shipbuilders)

Canada Air RV

(Canada Air RV Inc, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Canadair

Canadian Aerodrome Company

Canadian Car and Foundry

Canadian Home Rotors

Canadian Powered Parachutes

(Vegreville, Alberta, Canada)

Canadian Vickers

Canaero Dynamics

CanAmerican

(CanAmerican Inc)

Canard Aviation

see Aviafiber

Cañete

(Captain of Engineers Antonio Cañete Heredia)

  • Cañete Pirata (aka HACR for Hidro Antonio Cañete de Reconocimiento)[21][22]

Canova

CANSA

(Construzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi SA – Fiat)

CANT

Cantinieau

(Jean Cantinieau)

Canton et Unné

(Georges Canton et Georges Unné)

Canton-Melcher

(Allen Canton & J Melcher, Bronx NY)

Canu

(Lucien Canu)

CAO

(see SNCAO))

CAP

(Companhia Aeronáutica Paulista)

CAP Aviation

Capelis

(Safety Airplane Corp, Oakland Airport and El Cerrito CA.)

Capella

(Capella Aircraft Corporation, Austin, Texas, United States)

Capen

((Ernest J) Capen Aircraft Corp, Lincoln NB.)

Capital

(Capital Machinery Factory)

Capital Air

(Capital Aircraft Co Inc, Lansing MI. 1929: Relocated and renamed Royal Aircraft Corp, Royal Oak MI (qv))

Capital

(Capital Helicopter Corporation)

CAPRA

( Compagnie Anonyme de Productions et Réalisations Aéronautiques (CAPRA)) – (Roger Aimé Robert, designer – Marcel Chassagny, manager)

Caproni

(Societa Italiana Caproni)

Caproni Bergamaschi

(Cantieri Aeronautici Bergamaschi)

CaproniCampini

Caproni-Predappio

Caproni Trento

(Aeroplane Caproni Trento)

Caproni Vizzola

(Caproni-Vizzola S.A. – originally Scuola Aviazioni Caproni)

Carden-Baynes

Caretti

(D. Caretti)

Cariou

(Louis Cariou)

Carley

(Joop D. Carley)

Carlson

(Goodwin Carlson, Slayton MN.)

Carlson

((Ernest W) Carlson Aircraft Inc, E Palestine OH.)

Carma

(Carma Manufacturing Co, Tucson AZ.)

CARMAM

(Coopérative d'Approvisionnement et de Réparation de Matériel Aéronautique de Moulins)

Carmier

(Pierre Carmier)

Carmier-Arnoux

(Pierre Carmier et René Arnoux)

Carnes

(Joseph R Carnes, Hillsboro IN.)

Carothers

(Dr C E 'Chuck' Carothers, Lincoln NE.)

Carpenter

(Merrell L Carpenter, Joplin MO and New Orleans LA.)

Carr

(Walter J Carr, Saginaw MI; 1924: CSC Aircraft Co (Carr, John Coryell, Edward & Walter Savage), Saginaw.)

Carroll

  • Carroll A2 – info required – French World War I observation aircraft competition loser[33]

Carroll

(Raymond Carroll)

Carson

((Franklin) Carson Helicopters Inc, Perkasie PA.)

Carstedt

(Carstedt Inc., Long Beach, California)

CarterCopter

(1994: CarterCopters LLC (pres: Jay Carter Jr), Wichita Falls TX.)

Carter-Maxwell

((Don J) Carter-(Arnold B) Maxwell Co, RFD 4, N Kansas City MO.)

CASA

(Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA)

Cascade

(Cascade Ultralites)

Casey Jones

(JVW Corp, Newark NJ.)

Caspar

(Caspar-Werke)

Cassutt

(Designer: Tom Cassutt)

Castaibert

(Paul (Pablo) Castaibert)

Castel

(Robert Castello)

Castel-Mauboussin

Castiglioni

(Angelo and Alfredo Castiglioni)

CAT

(Construzioni Aeronautiche Taliedo)

CATA

(Construction Aeronautique de Technologie Avancee)

Cato

(Cato Aircraft and Engine Corp)

Catron & Fisk

(1917: (J W) Catron & (Edwin) Fisk, 732 Marine St, Venice CA. 1925: Reorganized as International Aircraft Corp.)

Catt

(Carlos E Catt, Petersburg IN.)

Castaibert

Caudron

(Gaston et René Caudron)

Cavalier

(Cavalier Aircraft Corp., Sarasota FL.)

Cavarroc

(Raymond Cavarroc)

Cavasino

(Victor Cavasino, Bismarck, North Dakota)

Cavassilas

(Pierre Cavassilas)

Cavenaugh

(Cavenaugh Aviation Inc.)

Caviezel

CD

(Rogers Construction Co, Gloucester NJ.)

CEA

(Centre-Est Aéronautique)

CEI

(Auburn, California, United States)

Celier Aviation

(Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland)

Centrair

Central

(Central Aircraft Company, Mahaska KS.)

Central

(Central Aircraft Company Limited)

Central States

(1926:Central States Aero Co Inc, Wallace Field, Bettendorf IA, 1927:Renamed Central States Aircraft Co. 1928:Reorganized as Mono Aircraft Co, Moline IL.)

Central Washington

(Central Washington Air Service, Wenatchee WA.)

Century

(Century Aircraft Co, Kansas City MO.)

Century

(Century Aerospace Corporation, Albuquerque, New Mexico)

Century

(Century Aircraft Corp, 715 W 22 St, Chicago IL.)

CERVA

(Consortium Europeén de Réalisation et de Ventes d'Avions)

Cessna

(1933: Cessna Aircraft Co.)

CGS Aviation

(CGS Aviation, Inc., Grand Bay, Alabama, United States)

Compagnie Française d'Aviation

(Compagnie Française d'Aviation – C.F.A. – Division of Salmson)

Chaboud

(Claude Chaboud)

Chadwick

Chagnès

(Léo Chagnès)

Chaika

(Chaika (Seagull Experimental Design Bureau), Samara)

Chalard

(Jacques Chalard)

Challis

(Hosea James Challis, Rensselaer IN.)

Chamberlin

(1929: (Clarence D) Chamberlin Aeronautical Corp, Jersey City NJ. 1930: Crescent Aircraft Corp Aircraft Corp (pres: C D Chamberlin), 372 Lembeck Ave, Jersey City. 1930: Bankruptcy. 1939: Reorganization.)

Chambers

(A A Chambers, Hornell NY.)

Chambers

(Russell Chambers, Pomona CA.)

Chambon Koenig

Champion

(Champion Airplane Co (Lester F Bishop), Chicago IL.)

Champion

(Champion Aircraft Corp.)

Champion

(Champion Aircraft Co (unrelated to the previous))

Chance Vought

(see List of aircraft (U-Z)#Vought)

Chandelle

(Chandelle Aircraft)

Changhe

(Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation)

Chanute

(Octave Chanute, USA)

Chanonhouse

(Fred C Chanonhouse, Squantum MA.)

Chapparal

(Chaparral Motors, Polmar Lake CO.)

Chapeau & Blanchet

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