Aero Commander was an aircraft manufacturer, a subsidiary of Rockwell International formed in October 1960 when that company purchased the Aero Design and Engineering Company of Oklahoma. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aero Commander (aircraft manufacturer)"
Aero Composite Technologies was a kitplane manufacturer based in Somerset, Pennsylvania. It purchased the rights to the Sea Hawker amphibious aircraft from Aero Composites in 1988 and marketed them for a short time before being forced into receivership amidst bad publicity that the design had developed. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aero Composite Technologies"
Aero Composites was a kitplane manufacturer based in Fulton, Illinois. It marketed the Sea Hawker amphibious aircraft between 1986 and 1988. It sold all rights to the design to Aero Composite Technologies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aero Composites"
The Aero Design and Engineering Company was formed in Oklahoma in 1950 as the successor to Aero. It was purchased by Rockwell International in October 1960. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aero Design and Engineering Company"
Aero Gare was a kitplane manufacturer founded by Gary LeGare in Mojave, California to marketed the Sea Hawker amphibious aircraft. It sold all rights to the design to Aero Composites in 1986. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aero Gare"
Aero Spacelines, Inc. was an aircraft manufacturer that made a name ...more on Wikipedia about "Aero Spacelines, Inc."
Aerocar is a firm founded by Ed Sweeney in Black Forest, Colorado to produce a roadable aircraft named the Aerocar 2000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aerocar (Colorado)"
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Aerocar International was a US firm established in Longview, Washington by Moulton Taylor to manufacture a roadable aircraft. Work continued until the late 1960s when changing legislation made Taylor's designs impractical. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aerocar International"
Aerocomp Inc is a US aircraft manufacturer based in Merritt Island, Florida, owned by Stephen Young and Ron Lueck. The firm originally manufactured floats for seaplanes, using composite materials. It later branched out into aircraft, marketing them in kit form for home-building. It now offers 3-10 place kit aircraft, with the latest developments being in the experimental Jet market. In 2004, the company test-flew its most ambitious project, a homebuilt jet aircraft, the Aerocomp Comp Air Jet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aerocomp"
The Aeronca Aircraft Corporation was founded November 11, 1928 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The company was the first to sell a profitable general aviation aircraft, and by the time production ended in 1951, Aeronca had sold 17,408 aircraft in 55 models. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aeronca Aircraft Corporation"
AeroVironment is a California technology company that is primarily involved in energy systems, electric vehicle systems, and unmanned aerial vehicle(UAV)s. Paul B. MacCready, Jr., a famous designer of human powered aircraft, founded the company in 1971. The company is probably most well known for developing the solar cell & fuel cell powered UAV, Helios Prototype, under an agreement with NASA. ...more on Wikipedia about "AeroVironment"
ACME (Air Craft Marine Engineering) was a short-lived US aircraft manufacturer based in Van Nuys, California. It was established in 1954 to develop an amphibious fighter aircraft for the USAF, the ACME Anser. ...more on Wikipedia about "Air Craft Marine Engineering"
Aircraft Designs Inc is a US aircraft design and manufacturing firm founded in Monterey, California by Martin Hollmann in 1986. Apart from working on its own designs, the firm provides design and engineering analysis to other aerospace ventures. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aircraft Designs Inc"
The Aircraft Engineering Corp (Ace) was founded in New York in 1919. It was sold to Horace Keane of Long Island, New York in 1921 and ten years later was operating in Oakland, California. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aircraft Engineering Corp"
AirScooter is a Nevada-based corporation that designs, manufactures, and markets a range of ultralight helicopters of co-axial rotor configuration. ...more on Wikipedia about "AirScooter"
American Affordable Aircraft is a US firm based in Port Orange, Florida that markets plans for a home-built aircraft, the AAA Vision. ...more on Wikipedia about "American Affordable Aircraft"
American Aviation Corporation was a US firm based in Cleveland, Ohio. It was established by Jim Bede of Bede Aircraft in 1968 to manufacture and market the Bede BD-1 as the AA-1 Yankee. ...more on Wikipedia about "American Aviation"
American Champion is a United States aircraft manufacturer. Founded in 1988, since 1990 it has produced the Citabria, Decathlon and Scout aircraft, whose designs it obtained from Bellanca, which in turn acquired them from the defunct Champion Aircraft company. ...more on Wikipedia about "American Champion"
American General Aviation Corporation, also known as AGAC, was an aircraft manufacturer, based in Greenville, Mississippi, USA between the late 1980s and 1993. ...more on Wikipedia about "American General Aviation Corporation"
AvCraft Aviation was a manufacturing, completion and product support company for the 328 turboprop and 328JET. This US aviation company purchased production of the Dornier 328JET from the receivers of Fairchild Dornier GmbH in December 2002 following the European company's demise. The final transfers of the type and production certificates were completed in the third quarter of 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Avcraft"
AviaBellanca Aircraft Corporation is an American aircraft design and manufacturing company. ...more on Wikipedia about "AviaBellanca Aircraft Corporation"
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Ayres Corporation was a US aircraft manufacturer founded by Fred Ayres. Originally the firm carried out turboprop conversions to Rockwell Thrush Commander agricultural aircraft, but in 1977 acquired the production rights and facilities for this design from Rockwell International. In 2001, the company was forced into bankruptcy when creditors foreclosed on it. Ayres had been placed in this situation due to $US 60 million which had been spent on developing the Ayres Loadmaster cargo plane, which never actually reached flying stage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ayres Corporation"
Bede Aircraft was founded by controversial aeronautical engineer Jim Bede in 1961 to produce the BD-1 kit aircraft. The company also created and produced a number of advanced kit planes including the famous Bede BD-5 ( pusher propeller driven) and BD-5J (micro jet driven). The BD-5J is still the world's smallest jet aircraft. Versions of it saw use in various Budweiser commercials (the BudLight Jet) and a James Bond movie. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bede Aircraft"
The Beech Aircraft Corporation, purchased by Raytheon Aircraft on February 8, 1980, and often called Beechcraft after the name they give their aircraft, is a manufacturer of general aviation and military aircraft, ranging from light single engine aircraft to business jets and light military transports. It was founded in 1932 by Walter H. and Olive Ann Beech. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beechcraft"
Bee Aviation Associates, Inc. (Beecraft) built three prototype aircraft, designed by William Chana, at Montgomery Field in San Diego, California. None of the aircraft went into production. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beecraft"
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