List of aircraft (N)

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

N[edit]

NA[edit]

(NA Design formerly UNIS)

NAC[edit]

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

NAC[edit]

(National Aircraft Corp)

NAC[edit]

(Norman Aeroplane Company Ltd.)

NAGL System[edit]

(Weißkirchen in Steiermark, Austria)

Nagler[edit]

(Nagler Helicopter Company Inc, White Plains, NY)

Nagler-Rolz[edit]

(Bruno Nagler & Franz Rolz)

Naglo[edit]

(Naglo Bootswerft / Fritz Naglo)

Nagy[edit]

(Hugó Nagy)

Nagy-Bansagi[edit]

(Hugó Nagy & Bansagi)

Nagy-Cserkuti[edit]

(Hugó Nagy & János Cserkuti)

Nakajima[edit]

(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[edit]

(National Aerospace Laboratories of India / Taneja Aerospace and Aviation Limited)

NAL[edit]

(Japanese National Aerospace Laboratory)

NAMC[edit]

(Nihon Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation)

Nanchang[edit]

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

Nanchang/Hongdu[edit]

Nanjing Institute of Aeronautics[edit]

Nanjing Light Aircraft Co.[edit]

Narahara[edit]

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

Nardi[edit]

(Fratelli Nardi)

NARP[edit]

(Nikolaev Aircraft Repair Plant)

Narushevich[edit]

NAS[edit]

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

NASA[edit]

Nash[edit]

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

Nash[edit]

(Nash Aircraft Ltd.)

Nash-Kelvinator[edit]

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

National[edit]

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

National[edit]

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

National[edit]

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

National[edit]

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

National Wingless[edit]

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

Nationale Vliegtuig Industrie[edit]

see NVI

NAU[edit]

(Nanchang Aviation University)

Naugle[edit]

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

NAV[edit]

(Nederlandsche Automobiel en Vliegteuig Ondernemin)

Naval Air Establishment[edit]

(Imperial Chinese Navy)

Naval Aircraft Factory[edit]

Navarro[edit]

(Navarro Safety Aircraft / Joseph Navarro)

Navion[edit]

(Navion Aircraft Corp, Seguin, TX)

NAVO[edit]

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

NDN[edit]

(NDN Aircraft Ltd.)

Neau[edit]

(Robert Neau)

Nederlands Automobile and Aeroplane Co[edit]

see: Spijker

Neilsen[edit]

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

Neiva[edit]

(Sociedade Aeronáutica Neiva SA / Indústria Aeronáutica Neiva SA / Sociedade Constructora Aeronáutica Neiva SA)

Nelsch[edit]

(William Nelsch, St Louis, MO)

Nelson[edit]

(Norman Nelson, Cloquet, MN)

Nelson[edit]

(Nelson Aircraft Corp, San Fernando, CA)

Nelson[edit]

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

Nelson[edit]

(Bob Nelson, Pendleton, OR)

Nelson[edit]

(Robert Nelson)

Nelson-Driscoll[edit]

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

Nemeth[edit]

(Steven Paul Nemeth, Chicago, IL)

Nennig[edit]

Nervures[edit]

(Soulom, France)

Nesmith[edit]

(Robert E Nesmith, Houston, TX)

Neubert[edit]

(Wil Neubert, Long Beach and San Luis Obispo, CA)

Neukom[edit]

(Albert Neukom Segelflugzeugbau / Werner Pfenniger & Albert Markwalder)

Neumann[edit]

(Everett Neumann, Ham Lake, MN)

Neunteufel[edit]

(Al Neunteufel)

NeuraJet[edit]

(Senftenbach, Austria)

Neuschloss-Lichtig[edit]

New Avio[edit]

New England[edit]

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

New Era[edit]

(New Era Aircraft Corp, Butler, PA)

New Kolb[edit]

New PowerChutes[edit]

(Alberton, Gauteng, South Africa)

New Standard[edit]

(Standard Aircraft Corp, Paterson, NJ)

New York[edit]

(New York Aero Construction Co, Newark, NJ)

Newbauer[edit]

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

Newhouse[edit]

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

Newland[edit]

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

Newman[edit]

(William L Newman, Carlsbad, CA)

Newman[edit]

(Harley Newman, Carlsbad, CA)

Nexaer[edit]

(Peyton, CO)

Nexus[edit]

(Richard Eaves)

Neybar[edit]

(Neyeloff and Barandeguy)

NFS[edit]

(Nippon Hiko Gakko - Nippon Flying School)

N.F.W.[edit]

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

N.F.W.[edit]

(Nordwestdeutsche Flugzeugwerke / Heinrich Evers & Co., Bremervörde)

NHI[edit]

(Nederlandse Helikopter Industrie)

NHI[edit]

NIAI[edit]

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

Nicholas-Beazley[edit]

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

Nichols[edit]

(A H Nichols, Rochester, NY)

Nichols[edit]

(A H Nichols, Rochester, NY)

Nicholson[edit]

(Hugh G Nicholson Jr, NY)

Nickel & Foucard[edit]

(Rudy nickel & Joseph Foucard)

Nicolas-Claude[edit]

Nicollier[edit]

Nielsen & von Lübcke[edit]

(Nielsen & von Lübcke G.m.b.H.)

Nielsen & Winther[edit]

(A/S Nielsen & Winther)

Nieman[edit]

(Hilbert (Burton) Nieman, MN)

Niess[edit]

(William Niess)

Nieuport[edit]

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

Nieuport & General Aircraft[edit]

Nieuport-Delage[edit]

Data from:[38]

Nihon University[edit]

Data from:[39][circular reference]

Niki Rotor Aviation[edit]

(Pravets, Bulgaria)

Nippon[edit]

(Nippon Kogata Hikoki KK - Japan Small Aeroplane Co Ltd.)

Nikitin[edit]

(Vasilii Vasilyevich Nikitin)

Niles[edit]

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

Nilsson[edit]

(Erland Nilsson)

Nimmo[edit]

(Rod Nimmo, Albuquerque, NM)

Nippi[edit]

(a.k.a. Nippi, Nihon Aeroplane Co Ltd. - Nihon Hikoki KK)[7]

Nishida[edit]

(Matsuzo Nishida)

Nix[edit]

(Tommy H Nix, Guin, AL)

Nixon[edit]

(John F Nixon, Philadelphia, PA)

Noel[edit]

(Cecil Noel, Guernsey)

Noel[edit]

(Noel - WWI France)

Noin[edit]

Noorduyn[edit]

(Noorduyn Aircraft Ltd)

Nord Aviation[edit]

see SNCAN

Nordflug[edit]

(Norddeutschen Flugzeugewerken Teltow, Berlin)

Nordic Aircraft[edit]

(Nordic Aircraft AS, Kinsarvik, Norway)

Norman Aviation[edit]

Norman Thompson[edit]

Normand Dube[edit]

(Aviation Normand Dube)

Normande[edit]

(Société Aéronautique Normande - SAN)

Norris[edit]

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

Norsk Flyindustri[edit]

See:Hønningstad

Norske Hæren Flyfabrikk[edit]

North[edit]

(Fred North)

North American Aviation[edit]

North American Rotorwerks[edit]

North Wing Design[edit]

Northeast[edit]

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

Northern Aviatik Company[edit]

Northern[edit]

(Northern Aircraft Co, Alexandria, MN)

Northrop[edit]

(Northrop Corporation / Jack Northrop)

Northrup[edit]

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

Northwest[edit]

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

Northwest Industries[edit]

(Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Northwest Polytechnic University[edit]

Northwood[edit]

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

Notteghem[edit]

(Louis-Henri Notteghem)

Nourse[edit]

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

Noury[edit]

(Noury Aircraft Ltd. / J.O.Noury)

Nova[edit]

(Nova Sp. z.o.o.)

Nova Performance Paragliders[edit]

(Innsbruck and later Terfens, Austria)

Novaer[edit]

Novitchi[edit]

Nowotny[edit]

(Adam Nowotny)

Nozawa[edit]

(NozawaKoku Kenkyusho - Nozawa Aviation Research Institute)

NPO Molniya[edit]

NSA[edit]

(National Sport Aircraft Inc, Burbank, CA)

NST-Machinenbau[edit]

(Werther, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)

NUAA[edit]

(Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics)

Nungesser[edit]

(Charles Nungesser)

Nuri Demirağ[edit]

(Nuri Demirağ Aircraft Works), Turkey

Nurov-Elibekian[edit]

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

Nurtanio[edit]

see: Nurtanio

Nuvoli[edit]

(Prospero Nuvoli, Turin, Italy - Laboratorio Artigianale Aeronautico)

NuWaco[edit]

(NuWaco Aircraft Co Inc, Calhan CO)

NVI[edit]

(Nationale Vliegtuig Industrie)

NWT Co[edit]

(Charleston, ME)

Nyge Aero[edit]

NZAI[edit]


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