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List of aircraft (N)

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

N

NA

(NA Design formerly UNIS)

NAC

(National Aeroplane Co, Chicago IL and Galveston TX.)

NAC

(National Aircraft Corp)

NAC

(Norman Aeroplane Company Ltd.)

Nagler

(Nagler Helicopter Company Inc, White Plains NY.)

Nagler-Rolz

(Bruno Nagler & Franz Rolz)

Naglo

(Naglo Bootswerft / Fritz Naglo)

Nagy

(Hugó Nagy)

Nagy-Bansagi

(Hugó Nagy & Bansagi)

Nagy-Cserkuti

(Hugó Nagy & János Cserkuti)

Nakajima

(Japanese:中島飛行機株式会社 - Nakajima Hikōki Kabushiki Gaisha - Nakajima Aircraft Company) / (Nakajima Hikoki KK - Nakajima Aeroplane Company Ltd.)

NAL

(Japanese National Aerospace Laboratory)

NAMC

(Nihon Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation)

Nanchang

(Nanchang Aircraft Manufacturing co.) (changed name to Hongdu)

Nanchang/Hongdu

Nanjing Institute of Aeronautics

Nanjing Light Aircraft Co.

Narahara

(Sanji Narahara / Tokyo Hikoki Sesakusho - Tokyo Aeroplane Manufacturing Woks)

Nardi

(Fratelli Nardi)

NARP

(Nikolaev Aircraft Repair Plant)

NAS

(National Airways System Inc (fdrs: Glenn J Romkey & Shukri F Tannus), Lomax IL)

NASA

Nash

((Paul) Nash Aircraft Co, Chapin IL.)

Nash

(Nash Aircraft Ltd.)

Nash-Kelvinator

(Kelvinator Div, Nash-Kelvinator Corp, Detroit MI.)

National

(National Aircraft Corp, Watts Airport, Beaverton OR.)

National

(National Airplane & Motor Co, 2810 E 11 St, Los Angeles CA.)

National

(National Aircraft Corp, 3411 Tulare Ave, Burbank CA.)

National

(National Motors Corp, Stout Field, Indianapolis IN.)

National Wingless

(National Wingless Aircraft Inc, 410 Donner Ave, Monessen PA.)

Nationale Vliegtuig Industrie

see NVI

Naugle

((Harry C & Richard G) Naugle Aircraft Corp, Latrobe PA.)

Naval Air Establishment

(Imperial Chinese Navy)

Naval Aircraft Factory

Navarro

(Navarro Safety Aircraft / Joseph Navarro)

Navion

(Navion Aircraft Corp, Seguin TX. )

NAVO

(Nederlandse Automobiel en-Vleegtuig Onderneming - Dutch Motorcar and Aircraft Co.)

NDN

(NDN Aircraft Ltd.)

Neau

(Robert Neau)

Nederlands Automobile and Aeroplane Co

see: Spijker

Neilsen

((Thomas S & Duncan S) Neilsen Steel Aircraft Co, Berkeley CA.)

Neiva

(Sociedade Aeronáutica Neiva S/A) (Indústria Aeronáutica Neiva S/A)

Nelsch

(William Nelsch, St Louis MO.)

Nelson

(Norman Nelson, Cloquet MN.)

Nelson

(Nelson Aircraft Corp, San Fernando CA. )

Nelson

(Raymond Nelson, Tacoma WA. 19??: Deer Park NY.)

Nelson

(Bob Nelson, Pendleton OR)

Nelson

(Robert Nelson)

Nelson-Driscoll

(Nels J Nelson & Benjamin B Driscoll, 176 E Main St, New Britain CT, and Wallingford Airport CT)

Nemeth

(Steven Paul Nemeth, Chicago IL.)

Nennig

Nesmith

(Robert E Nesmith, Houston TX.)

Neubert

(Wil Neubert, Long Beach CA; San Luis Obispo CA.)

Neukom

(Albert Neukom Segelflugzeugbau / Werner Pfenniger & Albert Markwalder)

Neumann

(Everett Neumann, Ham Lake MB.)

Neunteufel

(Al Neunteufel)

New Avio

New England

(New England Air Transport Co (aka NEAT Co) (pres: George H Armitage), Jefferson Ave, Hillsgrove RI.)

New Era

(New Era Aircraft Corp, Butler PA)

New Kolb

New PowerChutes

(Alberton, Gauteng, South Africa)

New Standard

(Standard Aircraft Corp, Paterson NJ)

New York

(New York Aero Construction Co, Newark NJ.)

Newbauer

((Valentine) Newbauer Vertical Airplane Co, Monterey Park CA.)

Newhouse

((Richard A and Werner A) Newhouse Flying Service, Rocky Hill-Princeton NJ.)

Newland

(K C "Casey" Newland, Harvey IL.)

Newman

(William L Newman, Carlsbad CA.)

Newman

(Harley Newman, Carlsbad CA.)

Nexaer

(Peyton, Colorado, United States)

Nexus

(Richard Eaves)

Neybar

(Neyeloff and Barandeguy)

NFS

(Nippon Hiko Gakko - Nippon Flying School)

N.F.W.

(National Flugzeug-Werke G.m.b.H.)

NHI

(Nederlandse Helikopter Industrie)

NHI

NIAI

(Nauchno-Issledovatelskii Aero-Institut - scientific research aero-institute)

Nicholas-Beazley

(Nicholas-Beazley Airplane Co., Marshall MO.)

Nichols

(A H Nichols, Rochester NY.)

Nichols

(A H Nichols, Rochester NY.)

Nicholson

(Hugh G Nicholson Jr, NY.)

Nickel & Foucard

(Rudy nickel & Joseph Foucard)

Nicolas-Claude

Nicollier

Nielsen & von Lübcke

(Nielsen & von Lübcke G.m.b.H.)

Nielsen & Winther

(A/S Nielsen & Winther)

Nieman

(Hilbert (Burton) Nieman, MN.)

Nieuport

(Société Générale d'Aéro-locomotion / Société Anonyme des Établissements Nieuport)

Nieuport & General Aircraft

Nieuport-Delage

Data from:[29]

Nihon University

Niki Rotor Aviation

(Pravets, Bulgaria)

Nippi

(a.k.a. Nippi, Nihon Aeroplane Co Ltd. - Nihon Hikoki KK)[6]

Nippon

Nikitin

(Vasilii Vasilyevich Nikitin)

Niles

(Niles Aircraft Corporation / Joe Niles, Ephrata WA.)

Nimmo

(Rod Nimmo, Albuquerque NM)

Nishida

(Matsuzo Nishida)

Nix

(Tommy H Nix, Guin AL)

Nixon

(John F Nixon, Philadelphia PA.)

Noel

(Cecil Noel)

Noin

Noorduyn

(Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd)

Nord Aviation

see SNCAN

Norman Aviation

Norman Thompson

Norris

((Rolla V) Norris Aircraft Manufacturer, San Francisco CA.)

Norsk Flyindustri

See:Hønningstad

Norske Hæren Flyfabrikk

North

(Fred North)

North American Aviation

North American Rotorwerks

North Wing Design

Northeast

(Northeast Airways Inc (Conrad C Blom), 18 Elder St, Schenectady NY; 1931: Amsterdam NY.)

Northern Aviatik Company

Northern

(Northern Aircraft Co, Alexandria MN.)

Northrop Corporation

Northrup

(Russell Northrup/Northrop and James R Williams, Rochester NY.)

Northwest

(Northwest Aircraft & Motor Co (pres: L F Duval), aka Clifford Aircraft Corp (gliders), 27 West & Commodore Way, Seattle WA.)

Northwest Industries

(Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Northwest Polytechnic University

Northwood

(Dr R C Northwood, Nassau Blvd Aerodrome, Long Island NY.)

Notteghem

(Louis-Henri Notteghem)

Nourse

(Wallace L Nourse & Victor Leighton, Kansas City MO)

Novaer Craft

Novitchi

Nozawa

(NozawaKoku Kenkyusho - Nozawa Aviation Research Institute)

NPO Molniya

NSA

(National Sport Aircraft Inc, Burbank CA.)

NUAA

(Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics)

Nuri Demirağ

(Nuri Demirağ Aircraft Works), Turkey

Nurov-Elibekian

(N.K.Nurov and S.A.Elibekian)

Nurtanio

see: Indonesian Aerospace

Nuvoli

(Prospero Nuvoli, Turin, Italy)

NuWaco

(NuWaco Aircraft Co Inc, Calhan CO)

NWT Co

(Charleston, Maine, United States)

Nyge Aero

NZAI


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