Founded 1927 and built Dornier flying-boats and Curtiss Hawk fighters under licence. Major participant in production of Meteor, Hunter, F-104G and NF-5, before merged into Fokker-VFW 1970.
J.D. (Joop) Carley established Carley's Aircraft Manufactory at Ede, Gelderland, 1921. C.III tandem trainer flew September 1922. S.1 single-seater with 20-hp Anzani flew 29 November 1923. Followed with C.II (100-hp…
DUTCH AEROPLANE COMPANY VOF DAC was established in 1999 to produce what is now known as the RangeR.
Koninklijke Maatschappij De Schelde, famed dockyard at Vlissingen (Flushing), took on most staff of Pander & Zonen 1935, including designer T.E. Slot. Produced S.12 4-seat monoplane, Scheldemusch and Scheldemeeuw light…
Designed and part-built during German occupation, Difoga 421 flown May 1946, pusher 2-seater with Ford V-8 engine.
This company set up by brothers who often appear as Dijkman; in 1931 produced Bravo high-wing cabin single-seater with 750-cc DAF engine.
Original company restructured 1945, factory rebuilt and F.25 Promoter completed (November 1946) at Ypenburg factory of Frits Diepen; 20 built. S.11 Instructor also built at Ypenburg (18 December 1947) -…
NV Koninklijke Nederlandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek (Fokker), office in Amsterdam and new and growing factory at Veere, Zeeland. Here aggressive global marketing—started amidst skulduggery and riots at 1920 Paris airshow, Fokker still…
Vliegtuigen Goedecker, Amsterdam, employed A.H.G. Fokker as designer-pilot until 1 December 1911; then transferred to Niederwallauf-am-Rhin, built small number of aircraft 1912-18 including steel-tube Taube.
Hollandair TB, Katwijk, designed HA.001 Libel ag-aircraft, flown 1957.
Frederick Koolhoven, also called Frits and known to his friends as Cully, built first aircraft 1910 and then designed for British Deperdussin, Armstrong Whitworth and British Aerial Transport (BAT), latter…
Hugh Lambach built HL I 1935 at Delft, formed company at Voorburg and built HL II aerobatic biplane 1937.
Formed 1920 at s’Gravenhage (The Hague) to produce Koolhoven designs, FK.23A, 29 and 31 in particular. Closed when Koolhoven left 1926.
Nederlandse Automobil en Vliegtuig Onderneming formed 1920 at Enykaaude, Maas. Only known product 4-seat Limousine, pilot in open rear cockpit, parasol wing, 220-hp Benz.
Nederlandse Helicopter Industrie RV formed 1955 at Papendrecht to continue work on SOBEH H-3 Kolibrie. Taken over by Aviolanda 15 May 1959.
Furniture-maker Henk Pander took over defunct factory August 1924. Formed Nederlandse Fabriek van Vliegtuigen H. Pander & Zonen (H. Pander and Son) and developed Holland H.2 light monoplane into Pander…
Helicopter foundation set up 1952 to produce light ramjet tip-drive helicopter, designated SOBEH H-2 (12 May 1955). Later in 1955 programme taken over by NHI.
Nederlandse Auto u. Vliegtuig Fabrik, Trompenburg, built Spyker school biplane, 1-seat scout and 2-seat scout 1919-22, all related biplane designs.
STICHTING STUDENTEN VLIEGTUIGONTWIKKELING -BOUW EN -BEHEER (Foundation for Student Aircraft Development, Manufacturing and Operation) SSVOBB was formed in 1990 by The Society of Aerospace Students 'Leonardo da Vinci' of the…