Vickers VIM
The VIM or Vickers Instructional Machine was a trainer biplane aircraft built for the Republic of China by Vickers from war-surplus stocks of Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2d parts, powered by a surplus ...
Felixstowe F.5
The Felixstowe F.5 was a British First World War flying boat designed by Lieutenant Commander John Cyril Porte RN of the Seaplane Experimental Station, Felixstowe.
Porte had designed a better hull...
Avro Pike
The Avro 523 Pike (the first Avro aircraft to receive a name) was a British multi-role combat aircraft of the First World War that did not progress past the prototype stage. It was intended to provide...
Felixstowe F.1
The Felixstowe F.1 was an experimental British flying boat designed and developed by Lieutenant Commander John Cyril Porte RN at the naval air station, Felixstowe based on the Curtiss H-4 with a new h...
Westland N.1B
The Westland N.1B was a prototype British single-engined floatplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. The first aircraft to be designed by Westland Aircraft, it was a single-engined tractor bip...
Sopwith Baby
The Sopwith Baby was a British single-seat tractor seaplane used by the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) from 1915.
The Baby (also known as the Admiralty 8200 Type) was a development of the two-seat...
Vickers F.B.24
The Vickers F.B.24 was a British two-seat fighter aircraft of the First World War. Only a few prototypes were built, as although it had good performance, the Bristol F.2 Fighter was preferred.
In ...
Vickers F.B.19
The Vickers F.B.19 was a British single-seat fighting scout of the First World War, developed from the Barnwell Bullet prototype, and sometimes known as the Vickers Bullet. It served with the Royal Fl...
Bristol M.R.1
The Bristol M.R.1 was an experimental biplane with an aluminium monocoque fuselage and metal wings produced by Bristol during the First World War. Two were built to government order.
Quite soon in...
Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8
The Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8 was a British two-seat general-purpose biplane built by Armstrong Whitworth during the First World War. The type served alongside the better known R.E.8 until the end of ...
Vickers Vampire
The Vickers F.B.26 Vampire was a British single-seat pusher biplane fighter built by Vickers during the First World War.Four were built by Vickers at Bexleyheath, one of these was subsequently modifie...
Westland Wagtail
The Westland Wagtail was a prototype British Fighter aircraft of the First World War. A single-engined tractor biplane, the Wagtail was a failure owing to the unreliability of its engine, only five be...
Westland Weasel
The Westland Weasel was a prototype British two-seat fighter/reconnaissance aircraft of the First World War. Designed to replace the Bristol Fighter, the Weasel was a single engined tractor biplane. F...
Bristol Hydro no.120
The Hydro no.120 was a two-seat, single-engine biplane configured as a single-float seaplane. Built by Bristol in 1913, it was lost on its first flight.
The French-educated Romanian aircraft desig...
Armstrong Whitworth F.K.3
The Armstrong Whitworth F.K.3 was a British two-seat general-purpose biplane built by Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft during the First World War. By the end of the war it was considered obsolete for comb...
Grahame-White Type VI
The Grahame-White Type VI was an early British fighter aircraft manufactured by the Grahame-White Aviation Company. Only one was built and it is not known whether it was ever flown.
Designed by J....
Short Improved S.27
The Short S.27 and its derivative, the Short Improved S.27 (sometimes called the Short-Sommer biplane), were a series of early British aircraft built by Short Brothers. They were used by the Royal Nav...
Sopwith Special torpedo seaplane Type C
The Sopwith Special torpedo seaplane Type C was the first British aircraft designed to drop torpedos. A single-engine biplane seaplane, it flew in July 1914 but proved unable to lift the design load...
Avro 511
The Avro 511 was designed as a fast scouting aircraft just before the First World War. Modified, it became the Avro 514. Though it had innovative features, development did not continue after the start...
Sopwith Admiralty Type 137
The Sopwith Admiralty Types 137 and 138 were a pair of single-engine, two-seat naval biplane floatplanes, built to a British Admiralty order in 1914. They were similar in design, but having a more po...
Vickers F.B.25
The Vickers F.B.25 was a British two-seat night fighter prototype of World War I designed to attack enemy airships. Completed in 1917, it failed in its official flight tests that year and no order for...
Sopwith Sociable
The Sopwith Sociable (or sometimes Churchill or Tweenie) was a British single-engined two-seat tractor configuration biplane designed and built by Sopwith for the Royal Naval Air Service.
The Soci...
Short S.38
The Short S.38 was an early British aircraft built by Short Brothers.
The Short S.38 was originally a Short S.27 with the manufacturer's number S.38. After an accident when hoisting this aircraft ...
Fairey Campania
The Fairey Campania was a British ship-borne, patrol and reconnaissance aircraft of the First World War and Russian Civil War. It was a single-engine, two-seat biplane with twin main floats and backwa...