BLENNTEC (formerly UPship Corporation) Company renamed BlennTEC in 2003, although UPship retained as airship trademark type name. First to be built will be a two-seat, 32 m (105 ft) example,…
Bob Anderson Sport Aircraft formed 1981 to market light homebuilt.
John Bock marketed Bock II ultralight 1971.
Edward Boden built 15ft-span biplane 1946.
William E. Boeing, Yale graduate and Seattle timber merchant, flew in Curtiss seaplane 1914 and said to Cdr. G. Conrad Westervelt USN, 'I think we could build a better machine'.…
BOEING COMPANY and SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT Boeing and Sikorsky began collaboration on what later became the RAH-66 in June 1985 and received a contract for the demonstration/validation programme in 1991 In…
Little Gee Bee built by George Bogardus said to be first homebuilt to fly across USA, August 1947.
Ralph Bolen built light aircraft 1981.
John Bond built Sky Dancer light autogyro, flown 1973.
Bonney Gull (180-hp Kirkham) experimental monoplane built to test concept of wings which quickly rotated to 90° when wheels touched on landing; flew 4 May 1928, crashed on landing.
Lowell J. Borchers built light aircraft 1981.
Richard R. Borg built light aircraft 1981.
L.L. Bottoms built light aircraft 1966-7.
Eddie and son Curtiss Bounsall built Prospector light aircraft 1982 and Super Prospector 1989.
Bourdon Aircraft Corporation, Hillsgrove, Rhode Island, built 6 Kitty Hawk 2-seaters powered by Ryan-built Siemens (5 May 1928).
Pete Bowers, well-known Boeing engineer, historian and writer, built Fly Baby monoplane 1960; now called Fly Baby 1-A, 4,900 plans sold, over 500 aircraft flown. In 1969 built Fly Baby…
Major glider manufacturer, built CG-7 and CG-8 troopcarrier prototypes 1942.
Kenneth Bowser and Gailard Barker built light aircraft 1958.
Gary Boyd built light aircraft 1982.
Ernie Boyette built light aircraft 1982.
Branson Aircraft, Denver, major modification centre.
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