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ARBEITSGRUPPE FUR LUFT-
Attempted to design series of single-seat lightweight combat aircraft of low cost from 1977, under the name Piranha, with single or twin turbojet engines
Markets Brandli BX-2 Cherry two-seat monoplane (first flown 1982)
Flugzeugbau A. Comte built in early/middle 1920s a few German types (e.g. Sablatnig) under license at Hargen, near Zurich. First own-design was AC-1 fighter prototype of 1927; followed by AC-3 twin-engined bomber. Best known for series of small high-wing cabin monoplanes such as three-seat AC-4 Gentleman, built 1928-1930
By 1926 the German Dornier works at Manzel had become too small, and the main factory was transferred to Altenrhein, in Switzerland. Here, for the next three years, Aktien Gesellschaft far Dornier Flugzeug was occupied in building three Do X flying-boats, the largest aircraft of their time, powered by 12 engines. Two were sold to Italy. Bomber designs followed, the Do N, P, and Y being built 1929-1931. These led to the Do F which, like the Do 11, began in 1933 to reequip the German Air Force. However, in 1932 production was resumed in Germany. The Swiss factory subsequently became the Eidgenossisches Flugzeugwerk (q.v.)
See Eidgenossiches Flugzeugwerke and F + W.
N-20 ARBALETE Многоцелевой истребитель-бомбардировщик N-20 ARBALETE chasseur-bombardier polyvalent
Formed at Thun early in First World War. Made aircraft to designs of A. Haefeli, who was earlier with Farman and Ago. First was DH-1 pusher (six built in 1916) showing Ago influence; DH-2 was tractor which went into production as developed DH-3 (110 of these two-seaters built). DH-4 was fighter prototype of 1918; DH-5 (1919; 60 built) a DH-3 replacement; DH-5A a higher-powered version of 1928, with steel-tube fuselage (22 built). To a government specification of 1934 it built the C-35 multipurpose two-seat biplane as a replacement for the Fokker C.V-E, which it resembled, and which the company had produced jointly with Dornier since 1932. C-35 first flown in 1935; 80 delivered from 1937. (See also EIDGENÖSSICHES FLUGZEUGWERKE EMMEN .)
FLUGZEUGWERKE EMMEN 2 C-3603 C-3605
F + W
See above Eidgenössiches Flugzeugwerke (Federal Aircraft Factory) for early history. Adopted F + W title in 1972 from former EFW and two other used names. Subsequent work has included assembly of Hawk trainers, Hornet fighters, component production for Airbus and McDonnell Douglas airliners, manufacture of missiles, and more.
SF. Schweizerische Unternehmung fur Flugzeuge und Systeme Entreprise Suisse d'Aeronautique et de Systemes Impresa Svizzera d'Aeronautica e Sistemi (Swiss Aircraft and System Company), founded 1996 from amalgamation of former F + W and industrial division of Swiss Air Force Logistics Command and various departments of Federal Ordnance Office. Continues work on Hornet and Airbus programs, plus Boeing 717 and MD-80, Rafale auxiliary tanks, Ariane rocket nose fairings, and more
|EKW (Suisse) licence Fokker CV-d|
|C-35 Легкий разведчик-бомбардировщик C-35-bombardier léger scout|
|FFA (Suisse) . Flug-und Fahrzeugwerke|
|AS.202 BRAVO Учебно-тренировочный
AS.202 formation avion
P-16 Штурмовик P-16 d'attaque avion
Founded 1948, the reorganized Swiss Domier-Werke Alntenrhein, Flug- und Fahrzeugwerke AG. discontinued development of Morane-Saulnier piston-engined fighters after completing prototype D-3803. Awarded development contract July 1952 for P-16.04 interceptor/ground-attack aircraft with Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire, first flown April 25,1955. Program canceled by Swiss Government but continued as private venture until June 1960; five aircraft built. Participated in license-production programs for de Havilland Vampire and Venom, Pilatus P-3, Mirage IIIRS, and HIS. Designed and manufactured Diamant glassfiber sailplane. Currently named FFA Flugzeugwerke Altenrhein AG., continues to produce (under original agreement with SIAI-Marchetti signed in 1967) the AS-202 Bravo two-seat trainer/aerobatic aircraft (first flown 1969). FFA-2000 programme was transferred to FFT (q.v.)
C-3605 Буксировщик мишеней C-3605 Buksirovschik objectifs
FABRIQUE FEDERALE D'AVIONS, EMMEN
FARNER AG. FLUGZEUGBAU
Farner AG. was an overhaul and repair organization which produced a two-seat biplane in 1934, and in 1935 a fourseat WF.21/C4 monoplane based on the three-seat Compte AC-4 Gentleman. Prototype WF.12 two-seater built 1943, powered by Cirrus Minor located behind cabin and driving via shafts a tractor propeller mounted at wing level. W.11 WF.12
FEDERAL AIRCRAFT FACTORY
See above Eidgenossisches Flugzeugwerk
A small-scale builder of the WF.21/C4 four-seat monoplane designed and also built by Farner AG (q.v.)
|GM-17 VIPER Многоцелевой легкий самолет GM-17 VIPER Multi-avions légers|
MDC MAX DÄTWYLER AG.
Max Dätwyler & Co, based at Bleinbach-Leupenthal, produced in 1960 a glider-tug based on the Piper Super Cub, designated MDC-Trailer. Produced subsequently a modernised version of the Bucher Bu 131 Jungmann, known as the Lerche. First flew in 1983 the prototype MD-3 Swiss Trainer. See above MDB Flugtechnik AG
|PILATUS (Suisse) Formed as Pilatus Flugzeugwerke AG in 1939...|
|P-2 Учебно-тренировочный самолет
avions de formation
P-3 Учебно-тренировочный самолет P-3 Avions
P-4 Легкий многоцелевой самолет P-4 Multi-avions légers
PC-6 (TURBO) PORTER Легкий многоцелевой самолет PC-6 (TURBO) PORTER avion léger polyvalent
PC-6/B2-H4 TURBO PORTER Легкий многоцелевой самолет PC-6/B2-H4 Turbo Porter avion léger polyvalent
PC-7 TURBO TRAINER Учебно-тренировочный самолет PC-7 Turbo Trainer avion
PC-7 Mk.II (M) ТURBO TRAINER Учебно-тренировочный самолет PC-7 Mk.II (M) TURBO TRAINER formation avion
РC-9(M) ADVANCED TURBO TRAINER Тренер вооружения и легкий ударный самолет RC-9 (M) ADVANCED TURBO TRAINER Trainer armes et les avions légers de frappe
PC-12 Легкий многоцелевой самолет PC-12 des avions légers polyvalents
P-12M EAGLE Многоцелевой разведывательный самолет P-12M Multi EAGLE avion de reconnaissance
PILATUS AIRCRAFT LTD.
"Porter", "Turbo-Porter" PC-7
Formed as Pilatus Flugzeugwerke AG in 1939, as a subsidiary of the Oerlikon armaments company. First aircraft was SB-2 Pelican six-seat light transport of 1944, but prototype only built. Followed by P-2 advanced trainer, produced in quantity for the Swiss Air Force in late 1940s, and the P-3 advanced trainer from 1953. Series production of the P-3 followed for the Swiss Air Force, and six went to the Brazilian Navy. In May 1959 Pilatus flew the first PC-6 Porter STOL monoplane with a Lycoming piston engine; this type has been in continuous production ever since, later developments using Astazou, Garrett, and most recently Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A turboprop engine as the PC-6/B2-H4 Turbo Porter. Pilatus also signed a license agreement for production of Turbo Porters by Fairchild-Hiller (q.v.) in U.S.A. Also undertook Mirage production and maintenance work for the Swiss Air Force. Now known as Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. Company's current product range encompasses the PC-7 Turbo Trainer (first flown August 1978 in production form), PC-7 Mk II (M) Turbo Trainer (first flown September 1992) with new features including stepped cockpits for improved vision, advanced electronic cockpit displays and more powerful engine, the PC-9 (M) Advanced Turbo Trainer (first flown May 1984) with the highest engine power of the range and also selected in 1995 for U.S. military service as the Raytheon/Beech (q.v.) T-6A Texan II, and the PC-12 utility and business turboprop transport (first flown May 1991 and also available in military form). Also, in 1979 Pilatus took control of the LJ.K.'s Britten-Norman Ltd (q.v.) company, becoming Pilatus Britten-Norman, but sold this company in July 1998.
Swiss-American Aviation Corporation.
Formed 1960 by Mr William P. Lear, former chairman of Lear Inc of U.S.A., to make fast executive aircraft known as Lear Jet (Lear Jet Model 23=SAAC 23). By 1964 all work had been transferred to U.S.A..
|THUN (Suisse) designer suisse Häfeli|
Разведывательный самолет Haefeli DH-1 avion de
HAEFELI DH-2 Разведывательный самолет Haefeli DH-2 avions de reconnaissance 1916
HAEFELI DH-3 Разведывательный самолет Haefeli DH-3 avions de reconnaissance
HAEFELI DH-5 Разведывательный самолет Haefeli DH-5 avions
This company developed an improved version of the French Jodel D119 two-seat lightplane known as the Uetz U2V, first flown 1962. Series production began in 1964. In that year a redesigned four-seater, the U4M Pelikan, also went into production.
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