Biplane
A biplane is a fixed-wing aircraft with two main wings stacked one above the other. The first aircraft to fly, the Wright Flyer, used a biplane design, as did most aircraft in the early years of aviat...
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Bristol Tourer
The Bristol Tourer was a British civil utility biplane produced in the years following the First World War, using as much as possible from the design of the Bristol Fighter aircraft. Bristol Tourers w...
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Sopwith Bat Boat
The Sopwith Bat Boats were British flying boats designed and built from 1912 to 1914. A single-engined pusher biplane, the Bat Boat was the first successful flying boat and amphibious aircraft built i...
Bristol Primary Trainer
The Bristol Taxiplane and Bristol Primary Trainer were British single-engine biplane light aircraft built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company in the early 1920s. A total of 28 were built, being mainly us...
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Ansaldo A.300
The Ansaldo A.300 was an Italian general-purpose biplane aircraft built by the Ansaldo company (now part of FIAT) of Turin from 1920 to 1929. It also served as a light bomber, transport, fighter and ...
Albatros L 77v
The Albatros L 77v was a German tandem two-seat reconnaissance fighter biplane, four examples of which were built under license for Albatros Flugzeugwerke by Ernst Heinkel Flugzeugwerke in 1928. Based...
Nakajima A4N
The Nakajima A4N was a carrier-based fighter used by the Imperial Japanese Navy, and the last biplane designed by Nakajima. The first prototype was completed in 1934, but due to engine trouble the air...
Nakajima A4N - Wikipedia
Airco DH.10
The Airco DH.10 Amiens was a British twin-engined medium bomber designed and built towards the end of the First World War. It served briefly with the RAF postwar.
The DH.10 was designed by Geoffre...
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Aeromarine AS
The Aeromarine AS was a seaplane fighter aircraft evaluated by the US Navy in the early 1920s.
Other than the vertical stabilizer, it was configured as a conventional two-bay biplane on twin ponto...
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Arado Ar 67
The Arado Ar 67 was the single-seat biplane fighter successor to the Ar 65.The Ar 67 appeared in 1933 and was developed alongside the Ar 68. The Ar 67 was considerably smaller and lighter than the Ar ...
CANT 7
The CANT 7 was a flying boat training aircraft produced in Italy in the 1920s. It was a conventional biplane design with single-bay, unstaggered wings of equal span. The single engine was mounted belo...
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Breda A.4
The Breda A.4 was a biplane trainer produced in Italy in the mid-1920s. It was of conventional configuration with a two-bay unstaggered wing cellule and seating for the pilot and instructor in tandem ...
Siemens-Schuckert L.I
The Siemens-Schuckert L.I was a large, three engined biplane bomber aircraft, built in Germany towards the end of World War I. It was a twin boom design, strongly influenced by the successful Caproni...
Salmson-Moineau
The Salmson-Moineau S.M.1 A3, (later re-designated Salmson Sal. 1 A3), was a French armed three-seat biplane long range reconnaissance aircraft of the First World War designed by René Moineau for the ...
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Aero A.25
The Aero A.25 was a biplane military trainer aircraft developed in Czechoslovakia from the Aero A.11 reconnaissance-bomber and generally similar to the Aero A.21 night trainer. Some A.25s were powered...
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Blackburn Bluebird IV
The Blackburn Bluebird IV was a single-engine biplane light trainer/tourer biplane with side-by-side seating designed by Blackburn Aircraft. It was an all-metal development of the wooden Blackburn Blu...
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Siemens-Schuckert R.V
The Siemens-Schuckert R.V was a bomber aircraft built in Germany during World War I. It was one of six aircraft based on the Siemens-Schuckert R.I that were originally intended to be identical, but wh...
Friedrichshafen FF.48
The Friedrichshafen FF.48 was a German two-seat floatplane fighter of the 1910s produced by Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen.
The FF.48, along with the smaller single-seat FF.43, was designed for defen...
Curtiss C-1 Canada
The Curtiss C-1 Canada was a twin-engined bomber aircraft of the First World War which was designed by Curtiss of America to be built by their Canadian subsidiary for the British Royal Naval Air Servi...
Curtiss C-1 Canada - Wikipedia
Avia B-34
The Avia B-34 was a biplane fighter aircraft built in Czechoslovakia in the early 1930s. It was the first design of František Novotný for the Avia company and although built in only small numbers, it ...
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Boulton & Paul Bolton
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Heinkel He 42
The Heinkel HD 42 50, later designated the Heinkel He 42 was a German two-seat biplane seaplane originally designed for the Deutsche Verkehrsfliegerschule, and later built for the German Luftwaffe. Th...
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Avro 528
The Avro 528 was an unsuccessful large span single-engined biplane built to an Admiralty contract in 1916. It carried a crew of two; only one was built.
Very little is known about the Avro 528 apa...
Grigorovich M-15
Grigorovich M-15 (alternative designation ShCh M-15 (Russian: Щ М-15), sometimes also Shchetinin M-15) was a successful Russian World War I-era biplane flying boat, developed from the M-9 by Grigo...
Grigorovich M-15 - Wikipedia
Wright F2W
The Wright F2W was an American racing aircraft built by Wright Aeronautical Corporation for the US Navy.
The F2W was ordered by the US Navy to enter in the 1923 Pulitzer Trophy. Wright built the a...
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Grigorovich I-1
The Grigorovich I-1 was a Soviet fighter prototype of the 1920s. It was the first land-based fighter developed by the Grigorovich Design Bureau, who had previously concentrated on water-borne aircraft...
Loehle Spad XIII
The Loehle SPAD XIII is a family of American single-seat, biplane, conventional landing gear, single engine, ultralight aircraft produced in kit form by Loehle Aircraft for amateur construction. The a...