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Airplane Archive Photos Sorted by Manufacturer


Zacco (Belgium) — See Zeebrugge (1923)

Zalewski (Poland/Russia) — W. Zalewski and V.F. Savalyey; 2nd Aircraft Park (1916)

Zander & Weyl (UK) — Dart Aircraft

Zaparka (Austria) — Eduard Zaparka

Zari (Italy) — Zari Brothers (1917)

Zavody (Czechoslovakia) — Skodyovy Zavody

Zborowski (France) — Count von Zborowski; BTZ (Bureau Technique Zborowski)

Zeebrugge (Belgium) — Ateliers de Construction Aéronautique de Zeebruges, also known as ACAZ, Zeebrugge Aeronautical Construction Company, and Zacco was a Belgian aircraft manufacturer of the 1920's, based in Zeebrugge. The company built a number of innovative prototypes, but due largely to indifference by the Belgian government, the company folded without having put a single design into mass production. Aircraft include: ACAZ T.1 (20's) Single-engine monoplane; ACAZ T.2 (1924) Single-engine monoplane. One of world's first all-metal monoplane. One built.; and ACAZ C.2 (1926) Single-engine two-seat fighter/reconnaissance all-metal biplane. One built.

Zenair (Canada) — Zenair Aircraft Ltd, Midland, Ontario (1974)

Zenith (USA) — Zenith Aircraft Corporation, Santa Ana, California (1927)

Zenith (USA) — Zenith Aircraft Company, Mexico, Missouri (1992)

Zentral-Aviatik (Austria) — Zentral-Aviatik und Automobil GmbH (1914)

Zentralgesellschaft (West Germany) — Zentralgesellschaft VFW-Fokker mbH (1969)

Zephyr (USA) — Renaming of Lenart (1933)

Zeppelin (Germany) — Zeppelin, Lindau, Bodensee (Lake Constance) near parent Zeppelin-Werke at Friedrichshafen (1914)

Zeppelin (Germany) — Count (Graf) von Zeppelin; VGO (Versuchsbau Gotha-Ost GmbH) (East Gotha Experimental Works, 1914); Flugzeugwergt GmbH (1916); Zeppelin-Werke Staaken (1918)

Zherebtsov (USSR) — B.Ya. Zherebtsov (1950)

ZIG (USSR) — ZIG (1933)

Zilina (Czechoslovakia) — Zilina Transport Research Institute (1986)

Zinno (USA) — Joseph A. Zinno & Associates (1977)

Zivko (USA) — Zivko Aeronautics, Guthrie, Oklahoma (1987)

Zlatoust (USSR) — Zlatoust Young Pioneers (1964)

Zlin (Czechoslovakia) — Zlinaká Letecká Akciová Spolecnost (1935); Moravan Národní Podnik (1960)

Zlokazov (USSR) — Aleksandr Ivanovich Zlokazov (1935)

Zmaj (Jugoslavia) — Fabrica Aeroplana I Hydroplana (1927)

Zodiac (France) — Zodiac (1896)

ZOK (USSR) — Factory for Special Construction division of CAHI (1936)

ZPL (Poland) — Zjednoczenie Przemyslu Lotniczego, United Aircraft Industry (1948-1950)

Zrzeszenie (Poland) — see ZWSLS (1981)

Zurakowski (Poland) — Gil Institute (1950)

ZWSLS (Poland) — Zrzeszenie Wytwórców Sprzetu Lotniczego Silnikowego PZL(1981)


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