This is a list of aircraft in alphabetical order beginning with 'V'.

V

V-STOL

(V-STOL Aircraft Fort Myers, Florida, United States)

V-TOL Aerospace

Vagel-Grip

(Vagel-Grip Flugzeugbau, Johannistal)

Vajic

(Borislav Vajic)

Vakhmistrov

(Vladimir Vakhmistrov, Soviet Union)

Valentin

(Valentin Flugzeugbau GmbH, Hasfurt, Germany)

Valladeau

Valley Engineering

(Valley Engr (Gene & Larry Smith), Rolla, Missouri, United States)

Valmet

(Valmet OY Lentokonetehdas - Valmet Aircraft Factory, Finland)

Valunas

(Y.Valunas, Prenai, Lithuania)

VAMP

(VAMP (Van Dersarl Motor Products) Aircraft Co, Denver, Colorado, United States)

Van Anden

(Frank Van Anden, Islip, New York, United States)

Van Berkel

(Van Berkel's Patent Company Ltd)

Van Camp-Murray

(Vernon Van Camp and Durard Murray, Kingman, Kansas, United States)

Van Cleave

(William Van Cleave, Love Field, Dallas, Texas, United States)

Van Dine

(Peter D Van Dine, Merganser Aircraft Corp, Annapolis, Maryland, United States)

Van Duzer

(Frank Van Duzer, Waukegan, Illinois, United States)

Van Lith

(Jean Van Lith)

van Meel

(Marinus van Meel)

Van Pomer

(John Van Pomer, Fort Edward, New York, United States)

Van Valkenberg

(Eber H Van Valkenberg Aircraft Co, McKeesport, Pennsylvania and Toledo, Ohio, United States)(Van Valkenberg Aircraft Limited, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)

Van's

(Van's Aircraft Inc, North Plains, Oregon, United States)

Vancil

(Belton, South Carolina, United States)

VanDellen

(Lubert VanDellen, Pella, Indiana or Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States)

Vance

(Vance Aircraft Inc, Fresno and Oakland, California, United States)

Vancil

(A. Vancil)

Vanderford

(William Vanderford, Gladbrook, Iowa, United States)

VanGrunsven

(Richard VanGrunsven)

Vanguard

(Vanguard Air and Marine Corp (pres: Edward Vanderlip), Radnor, Pennsylvania, United States)

Melvin Vaniman

(Melvin Vaniman)

Vantuil

(Ibbs "Dutch" Vantuil)

Varga

(László Varga / Repülő Muszaki Intézet (RMI)) Data from:[10]

Varga

((George) Varga, Chandler, Arizona, United States)

Varney

(Walter T Varney Aeroplanes, 832 Post St, San Francisco, California, United States)

Vashon Aircraft

(Woodinville, Washington, United States)

VBS

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VEB

(VEB Flugzeugwerke, Dresden, East Germany)

Vecihi Hürkuş

VEF

(Valsts Elektrotehniskā Fabrika - State Electrotechnical Factory)

Vega

(Walter T Varney Aeroplanes / Vega Aircraft Co. Burbank, California, United States)

Vejraska

(Victor Vejraska, Friend, Nebraska, United States)

Veleria Dedalo

(Gradara, Italy)

Velie

(Velie Motor Co.)

Velocity

(Velocity Inc, Sebastian, Florida and Lincoln, California, United States)

Vendôme

(Raoul Vendôme)

Venga

(Venga Aircraft Inc.)

Ventura

(La Frette, Isère, France)

Venture

Verdaguer

Verhees Engineering

(Lommel, Belgium)

Verilite

(Verilite Aircraft Co, div of De Vore Aviation (pres: Gil De Vore), Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States)

Verner

Verrue

(Maurice Verrue)

Vertak

(Vertak Corp, Troy, Ohio, United States)

Vertaplane

see Herrick

Vertical

(Vertical Aviation Technologies Inc (pres: Brad Clark), Sanford, Florida, United States/ Vertical Aviation Technology / VAT)

Verticraft

Vertol

(Vertol Aircraft Corporation after name change from Piasecki Helicopter Corporation in 1955; United States)

Vervillle

( (Alfred V) Verville Aircraft Co, Green & Melville Aves, Detroit, Michigan, United States)

Vervoost Leichtflugzeuge

(Sinzig, Germany)

VFTHB

(Versuchsflugzeugbau Technische Hochschule Breslau)

VFW-Fokker

(Germany/Netherlands)

VGO

(Versuchsbau G.m.b.H. Gotha-Ost)

Viberti

(Ali Verberti SpA)

Vickers/Vickers-Armstrong

(United Kingdom) (See Also Supermarine)

Vickers

(Vickers Aircraft Company)

Victa

(Victa Limited, Australia)

Victor

(Victor Metal Aircraft Co, Camden, New Jersey, United States)

Victory

(Victory Aircraft Engr Co (pres: Forrest W Hicks), Victory Airport, North Hollywood, California)

Vidal

(Jerry Vidal)

Vidervol-Szaraz

(James Vidervol & Arpad Szaraz, Cleveland, Ohio, United States)

Vidor

(Giuseppe Vidor, Italy)

Viel

(Maurice Viel)

Vieweg

(Otto C Vieweg, Seattle, Washington, United States)

VIH

(Vliegtuig Industrie Holland, Netherlands)

Viking Aircraft Inc

(Panama City Beach, Florida, United States)

Viking Aircraft LLC

(Viking Aircraft LLC, Elkhorn, Wisconsin)

Viking

(Viking Flying Boat Co, 89 Shelton Ave, New Haven, Connecticut, United States)

Villasana

(TNCA / Juan Guillermo Villasana)

Villamil

(Federico Cantero Villamil)

Villars

(Maurice Villars)

Villiers

(Ateliers d'Aviation François Villiers, Meudon)

Villish

Vincent

(Guy O Vincent, Centerburg and Zanesville, Ohio, United States)

Vine

(S.W. Vine, Krugersdorp, Traansval)

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Vintage Ultralight

(Vintage Ultralight and Lightplane Association, Marietta, Georgia, United States)

Vintras-Bouillier

(Jean Pierre Vintras et Lucien Bouillier)

Viper

(Viper Aircraft Corporation, Pasco, Washington, United States)

Virmoux

(M Virmoux)

ViS

(Vyacheslav i Svetlana Shkurenko)

VisionAire Corp

(VisionAire Corp, Chesterfield, Missouri, United States

VL

(Valtion Lentokonetehdas)

Vlaicu 1909-1914

(Aurel Vlaicu)

Vogt

(Designer: Alfred Voght)

Vogt-Stockhausen

(Karl Vogt and Johann Stockhausen)

Voisin

(Société Anonyme des Aéroplanes G. Voisin,France)

Vol Xerpa

(Barcelona, Spain)

Volaire

(Volaircraft Inc (fdr: Jack Gilberti), Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, United States)

Volante

(Volante Aircraft Co (fdr: K P Rice), Santa Ana, California, United States)

Voliamo

Volland

Volmer Jensen

(Volmer Jensen, Burbank, California, United States)

Volocopter

Volpar

(Volpar Inc (Volitan & Paragon Corps), Van Nuys, California, United States)

Volta Volare

VoltAero

von Cosel

(Carl T von Cosel, Key West, Florida, United States)

von Hagen

(Alex von Hagen, Seattle, Washington, United States)

Von Hoffman

(Von Hoffman Aircraft Co, St Louis, Missouri, United States)

Vortech

Vortex

(Vortex Aircraft Co, San Diego, California, United States)

Vos

(Marquand Vos / Helicopter Manufacturing Company)

Votaw

(Vortex Aircraft Co, San Diego, California, United States)

Vought

(De Witt C Vought )

Vought

(Vought (Chance Vought), Lewis & Vought, Vought-Sikorsky, Vought Corporation, United States)

VPM

(VPM Snc - Vittorio Magni)

VSR

(VanMeter Smith Racing, Wichita, Kansas, United States)

VTOL Aircraft

Vuia

(Trajan Vuia)

Vulcanair

(Italy)

Vultee

((Gerard Freebairn) Vultee Aircraft Div, Aviation Mfg Corp-AVCO, Downey, California, United States)

VUT

VZLU



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