Welcome to British Aviation - Projects to Production.

The objective of this web site is to attempt to identify and catalogue all aircraft designs that have emanated from the United Kingdom, whether design projects that never left the drawing board, one off prototypes or production types. Whilst attempting to be as complete as possible, this list can never hope to be definitive. All types that resulted in hardware should eventually be able to be tracked down, but evidence of many unbuilt projects has been lost over time, either accidentally or by deliberate destruction of material.


This is now Version 1.2.0 of this web site and has moved on to cover some 60% of the letter B.
A significant addition to the site is the inclusion of the "British Aviation - A Timeline" section, charting the progress of the aviation industry in the United Kingdom over the years.
For fuller details on changes at this version, see the version history.
It has been a long road getting this far but hopefully the passage through the rest of the alphabet will run smoothly.

First Time Here?

A visit to the
Beginners Guide will show you what this website is all about.
Otherwise, just select the letter of your choice and view on!

Once upon a time.........


The author would appreciate any additions and corrections to this site, preferably giving a source of published or publicly accessible data.

The author of this web site does not claim any of the content to be the result of original research, rather, it is the result of compiling data from all the listed sources. Any information given on this site has been extracted from those sources and credit is due to the original authors.

Many thanks to Peter Allen (aka 'Flitzer') for permission to use his excellent images as background to this site.
Thanks to Geoff Sinclair for addition Australian information and occasionally 'keeping me honest'!

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V1.2.0 Created by Roger Moss. Last updated November, 2014