Szekeley Aircraft Engine Co., needing work in Depression, produced Llying Dutchman low-wing single-seater 1930 to take their SR-3 engine.
C. Gilbert Taylor and his brother Gordon founded Taylor Brothers Aircraft Corp., 1929 at Rochester, NY, to market Chummy side-by-side monoplane (originally 62-hp Siemens u. Halske). At Bradford, PA, oilman…
Piper bought assets for $761 and started again as Taylor Aircraft Co., still with C.G. Taylor as president and chief engineer and Piper as secretary and treasurer. It was entirely…
Donald E. Taylor built light sporting aircraft 1976.
C. Gilbert Taylor, founder of original Taylor firm 1929, produced Bird 2-seater, 65-hp pusher watercooled Subaru (17 July 1979), outstanding aircraft. See also Taylor Aero.
Farmer M. Taylor produced Topper sport aircraft October 1956 and Tater Bug single-seater February 1963.
Ralph Taylor produced light aircraft 1972.
Ron Taylor produced light aircraft 1982.
Taylor Aero Inc., Tipp City, OH 45371, managed by Col. Robert H. Taylor (a son of C.G.) who with brother Bruce updated Bird and markets it with nose-or tailwheel or…
Formed February 1990 at Morgantown by Aircraft Acquisition to market kits of T-Craft, a variant of F21B, similar to factory-built; light twin was due to fly 1992. The company later…
TAYLORCRAFT AVIATION INC Present Taylorcraft Aviation inherits traditions of Taylor-Young Airplane Company, formed 1935 on C.G. Taylor's departure from Piper. Taylor produced A, BC, BF, DC, 15, 16, 18, 19…
THUNDER BUILDERS' GROUP LLC Scale replica of the classic P-51 Mustang fighter was originally produced by Papa 51 company which ceased trading on 1 December 2000. Group of 25 kitbuilders…
Teledyne Continental Motors is increasingly marketing conversions to liquid-cooled Voyager engines, first A36 Bonanza.
Teal Aircraft Corp. formed 1976 (also in Canada), but failed to produce Thurston Teal for which rights had been bought from Schweizer.
Team Rocket was formed in 1998. Its F1 kitbuilt was developed by Inrenational High Performance Aircraft of Lobecek 732, CZ-728 01 Kralupy nad Vlatava, Czech Republic, and Venice, Florida. A…
TEAM TANGO INC The former DFL was purchased by a consortium of constructors of its projects in June 2002 and now a subsidiary of Revolution Aviation. A new 557 m²…
Successor to original Ryan, Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical are world leaders in drones, UAVs, RPVs, etc.; Model 410 for 24-hour surveillance was flown in manned form (27 May 1988) and is…
In 1947 Texas Engineering & Manufacturing Co. Inc., Dallas, bought rights to GC-1B Swift, having previously made 329 for Globe Aircraft under subcontract. TE&M then formed Temco Aircraft Corp., developing…
Termite Aircraft, Bloomington, IL, marketed large numbers of kits/plans of Termite sport parasol (10 February 1957).
Howard L. Terrill, Torrance, CA, produced HLT-100 sport single-seater (September 1957) and HLT-101 racer (July 1962).
Jay Ingram formed Texas Aeroplane Co 1914, built Ingram Foster (Curtiss type) pusher biplanes.
Texas Aero Corp. incorporated 1927 at Temple, TX, to continue building Temple Monoplane, high-wing mail carrier (220-hp Whirlwind J-5). See Williams.
Texas Agricultural & Mechanical College (Texas A&M) produced Ag-1 experimental ag-monoplane (1 December 1950) designed by Fred Weick with 21% thick wing and other unusual features. Ag-2 passed to Transland,…
Texas Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Tyler, TX, built Bullet (ex-Johnson): see Aircraft Manufacturing.
Texas Airplane Manufacturing Co., Addison airport, Dallas, acquired assets of Carstedt in 1974 and briefly continued marketing CJ600 stretched turboprop Dove.
Thaden Metal Aircraft Co. established San Francisco 1927 to build Thaden Monoplane with 6/8 passengers (425-hp Wasp). Further versions appeared 1929, but later that year takeover made firm into Pittsburgh…
Harry J. Thalman formed Thalman Aircraft Inc. at Salt Lake City in 1949, producing T-3B mid-wing 2-seater with geodetic construction and tailwheel landing gear, followed by T-4 mid-wing cabin 2-seater…
English engineer William Thomas Thomas joined Herring-Curtiss 1909, realized he could design and build on own account and with brother Oliver built first aircraft (10 June 1910). Went into production…
Thomas Bros, had first real aircraft assembly line in N. America, but more rapid expansion was needed. Asked neighbour Morse Chain to take control; Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corp. formed January 1917,…
Thompson Aircraft, Philadelphia, built strange tandem boxkite-like Boxmoth (November 1975).
John A. Thompson built light aircraft 1979.
Dr Norman Thompson built light aircraft 1979.
John W. Thorp began developing T-111 Sky Scooter 2-seater 1946, based on Lockheed Little Dipper. Formed Thorp Aircraft Co. 1949, Pacoima, CA, this design passed to Tubular Aircraft. In 1956…
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