List of aircraft engines

This is an alphabetical list of aircraft engines by manufacturer.

ABC Dragonfly at the London Science Museum

0–9Edit

2siEdit

3WEdit

3WSource: RMV[1]

AEdit

Abadal (Francisco Serramalera Abadal)Edit

[1]

ABCEdit

Source: Lumsden.[3]

ABECOEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AbergEdit

Source: RMV[1]

ABLEEdit

Source: RMV, Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co.[6] (Able Experimental Aircraft Engine Co., Altimizer, Hoverhawk (US))

Accurate Automation CorpEdit

AceEdit

(Ace American Engr Corp, Horace Keane Aeroplane Co, North Beach, Long Island NY.)

ACEEdit

(American Cirrus Engine Inc) Source: RMV[1][7]

ACTEdit

(Aircraft Cylinder and Turbine Co) Source: RMV[1]

AdamsEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Adams-DormanEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Adams-FarwellEdit

The Adams Company, Dubuque, Iowa / F.O. Farwell, engines for gyrocopters[1]

ADCEdit

ADC (from "Aircraft Disposal Company")[3] bought 35,000 war-surplus engines in 1920. Initially produced engines from Renault 70 hp spares.

Adept-AirmotiveEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AderEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AdlerEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Adorjan & DedicsEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Advance EnginesEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Advanced Engine DesignEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AEADCEdit

(Aircraft Engine & Accessory Development Corporation) Source: RMV[1]

AECEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aeolus FlugmotorEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aerien CCEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AermacchiEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aero & MarineEdit

Aero AdventureEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AeroConversionsEdit

Aero DevelopmentEdit

Source: RMV[1] (See SPEER)

Aero Engines Ltd.Edit

(formerly William Douglas (Bristol) Ltd.)

Aero MotionEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aero MotorsEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aero PixieEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aero PragEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aero ProductsEdit

(Aero Products Aeronautical Products Corp, Naugatuck CT.) Source: RMV[1]

Aero SledEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aero Sport InternationalEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AeroTwin Motors CorporationEdit

AerojetEdit

Aerojet produced rocket engines for missiles. It merged with Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

Aeromarine CompanyEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AeromarineEdit

AeromaxEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AeromotionEdit

See: AMI

AeromotorEdit

(Detroit Aeromotor. Const. Co) Source: RMV[1]

AeronamicEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aeronautical Engineering Co.Edit

Source: RMV[1]

AeroncaEdit

Aeroplane Motors CompanyEdit

(Aeroplane Motors) Source: RMV[1]

AeroprotechEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AerosilaEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AerosportEdit

AerostarEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech enginesEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Aerotech-PLEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AerotechnikEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AerotekEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AESEdit

(See Rev-Air)[1]

Affordable Turbine PowerEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AFREdit

Source: RMV[1]

AgilisEdit

(Agilis Engines) Sources: RMV[1][12][13]

AgustaEdit

Ahrbecker Son and HankersEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AICEdit

(Aviation Ind. China. See Catic and Carec)[1]

AichiEdit

 
A preserved Aichi Atsuta

Source:Gunston 1989[14] except where noted.

AICTAEdit

(AICTA Design Work, Prague, Czech Republic)

Aile VolanteEdit

Air Repair IncorporatedEdit

Source: RMV[1] (Jacobs License)

(Jacobs-Page License)

Air RyderEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Air Technical ArsenalEdit

Source: RMV[1]

Air-Craft Engine CorpEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AircatEdit

(Detroit Aircraft Eng. Corp.) Source: RMV[1]

Aircooled MotorsEdit

See: Franklin

Aircraft Engine CoEdit

(Aircraft Engine Co Inc, Oakland, CA)

Aircraft & Ind. Motor CorpEdit

(See Schubert)

AiResearchEdit

See: Garrett, Allied Signal and Honeywell

AirexEdit

Airmotive-PeritoEdit

See: Adept-Airmotive

Airship Aircraft Engine CompanyEdit

AirtrikeEdit

(AirTrike GmbH i.L., Berlin, Germany)

AISAEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AixroEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AjaxEdit

Source: RMV[1]

AkkermanEdit

AkronEdit

AlbatrossEdit

(Albatross Co Detroit)

AldasoroEdit

AlexanderEdit

Alfa RomeoEdit

Societa per Azioni Alfa Romeo[17]

AlfaroEdit

AllenEdit

AllianceEdit

(Aubrey W. Hess/Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

AlliedEdit

AlliedSignalEdit

Allis-ChalmersEdit

Source: Gunston[14]

AllisonEdit

AlmenEdit

AlvastonEdit

AlvisEdit

American Cirrus EngineEdit

See: ACE

American Engineering CorporationEdit

Source: RMV[1]

American HelicopterEdit

American Motor & Aviation CoEdit

AMCELEdit

(AMCEL Propulsion Company)

AMIEdit

(AeroMotion Inc.)

AMTEdit

(Aviation Microjet Technology)

A.M.U.A.LEdit

(Établissement A.M.U.A.L)

AngleEdit

AnsaldoEdit

AntoinetteEdit

Source:Gunston[14][18]

AnzaniEdit

For British Anzani products see: British Anzani

Source:[14][18][29]

 
Anzani 6

Air-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani V-2[30]
  • Anzani 3-cylinder fan engines
    • Anzani 14hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)[30]
    • Anzani 15hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 24.5hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 31.6hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 42.3hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 10-12hp 85 mm × 85 mm (3.3 in × 3.3 in)
    • Anzani 12-15hp 85 mm × 100 mm (3.3 in × 3.9 in)
    • Anzani 25-30hp 105 mm × 130 mm (4.1 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 30-35hp 120 mm × 130 mm (4.7 in × 5.1 in)
    • Anzani 40-45hp 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)
    • Anzani 45-50hp [30]
  • Anzani 30hp 3-cyl radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[30]
  • Anzani 45hp 5-cyl radial[30]
  • Anzani 60hp 5-cyl radial
  • Anzani 6-cylinder
    • Anzani 40-45hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 50-60hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 70hp radial 105 mm × 120 mm (4.1 in × 4.7 in)
    • Anzani 80hp radial 115 mm × 140 mm (4.5 in × 5.5 in)[31]
  • Anzani 95hp 7-cyl radial
  • Anzani 10-cylinder
    • Anzani 60-70hp radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 100-110hp radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[30]
    • Anzani 95-100hp radial 105 mm × 145 mm (4.1 in × 5.7 in)[30]
    • Anzani 125hp radial 115 mm × 150 mm (4.5 in × 5.9 in)[30]
    • Anzani 125hp radial 115 mm × 155 mm (4.5 in × 6.1 in)[30]
    • Anzani 200hp radial[30]
  • Anzani 100hp 14-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[30]
  • Anzani 150-160hp 14-cyl radial 90 mm × 120 mm (3.5 in × 4.7 in)[31]
  • Anzani 20 200hp 20-cyl radial 105 mm × 140 mm (4.1 in × 5.5 in)[32]

Water-cooled Anzani engines

  • Anzani 30-32hp V-4 100 mm × 120 mm (3.9 in × 4.7 in)[30]
  • Anzani 56-70hp V-4 135 mm × 150 mm (5.3 in × 5.9 in)[30]
  • Anzani 600-700hp 20-cyl radial 140 mm × 150 mm (5.5 in × 5.9 in)[30] In-line radial 10 banks of 2 cylinders[33][34]
  • Anzani W-6[30]
  • Anzani 6A3 (6-cyl radial 60 hp)

ARDEMEdit

(Avions Roger Druine Engines M)

AresEdit

(Ares ltd., Finland)

Argus MotorenEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

ArgyllsEdit

Armstrong SiddeleyEdit

Armstrong Siddeley was formed by purchase of Siddeley-Deasy in 1919.

 
Armstrong Siddeley Tiger at the London Science Museum

Armstrong WhitworthEdit

Arrow SNCEdit

ArsenalEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

AsahinaEdit

AshmusenEdit

(Ashmusen Manufacturing Company)

AspinEdit

(F.M. Aspin & Company)

AsterEdit

AstrodyneEdit

(Astrodyne Inc.)

ATAREdit

( Atelier Technique Aéronautique de Rickenbach - pre SNECMA take-over)

AtwoodEdit

(Atwood Aeronautic Company, Williamsport, PA / Harry N. Atwood)

Aubier & DunneEdit

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

AustinEdit

Austro-DaimlerEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

Austro EngineEdit

Auto DieselsEdit

AvaEdit

(L'Agence General des Moteurs Ava)

Avco LycomingEdit

See:Lycoming

AviaEdit

Avia Wytwórnia Maszyn Precyzjnych Avia Akciova Spolecnost pro Prumysel Letecky Avia Narodny Podnik

AviadvigatelEdit

AviatikEdit

Argus engines sold in France under the brand name 'Aviatik' by Automobil und Aviatik AG [47]

A.V. RoeEdit

AvroEdit

Avro CanadaEdit

AxelsonEdit

Axial Vector Engine CorporationEdit

AztatlEdit

BEdit

BaileyEdit

Bailey AviationEdit

Baradat–EsteveEdit

(Claudio Baradat Guillé & Carlos Esteve)

Basse und SelveEdit

BatesEdit

Data from:[18]

BayerischeEdit

(Bayerische Motoren Gesellschaft)

BeardmoreEdit

Source: Lumsden[3]

 
Beardmore 120 hp on display at the London Science Museum

BéarnEdit

Construction Mécanique du Béarn/Société de Construction et d'Exploitation de Matériels et de Moteurs

BeattyEdit

BeckEdit

BeecherEdit

(B.L. Beecher Company, New Haven, Connecticut)

Bell Aerosystems CompanyEdit

BentleyEdit

W. O. Bentley

BenzEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

BerlinerEdit

BertinEdit

BeslerEdit

See: Doble-Besler

BeaussierEdit

(Moteurs Beaussier)

BessonovEdit

(A. A. Bessonov)

Better HalfEdit

Beardmore Halford Pullinger (B.H.P.)Edit

  • Atlantic
  • 230 hp - built by Galloway and Siddeley-Deasy developed into Siddeley Puma

BinettiEdit

BlackburnEdit

Includes engines of Cirrus Engine Division of Blackburn Source: Lumsden[3]

BlackburneEdit

BlissEdit

(E.W. Bliss Company)

BlochEdit

BMWEdit

Source: Gunston[14] except where noted

 
BMW 801

BoeingEdit

Source:Pelletier[57] except where noted

BoitelEdit

BolandEdit

BonnerEdit

(Aero Bonner Ltd.)

BorzeckiEdit

(Jozef Borzecki)

BotaliEdit

BramoEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

BrandnerEdit

BredaEdit

Breguet-BugattiEdit

Breitfeld & DanekEdit

BreeseEdit

BreuerEdit

(Breuer Werke G.m.b.H.)

BrewerEdit

(Captain R.W.A. Brewer)

Briggs & StrattonEdit

Bristol Engine Company (Bristol)Edit

Division of Bristol Aeroplane Company formed when Cosmos Engineering was taken over in 1920. Became Bristol Aero Engines in 1956. Merged with Armstrong Siddeley in 1958 to form Bristol Siddeley. Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

RamjetsEdit

Bristol SiddeleyEdit

Bristol Siddeley was formed by Bristol taking over Armstrong Siddeley , rebranding several of the engines. It took over de Havilland engines and, in turn, became a division of Rolls-Royce Limited.

British AnzaniEdit

For French Anzani engines see: Anzani

British SalmsonEdit

British RotaryEdit

BrookeEdit

(Brooke, Chicago)

BrottEdit

(A. Brott, Denver, Colorado)

BrouhotEdit

BrownbackEdit

(Brownback Motor Laboratories Inc.)

BuchererEdit

BuchetEdit

BückerEdit

BudworthEdit

(David Budworth Limited)

BugattiEdit

 
King Bugatti U-16

Burgess-WhiteEdit

(W. Starling Burgess, Rollin H. White / Burgess Company of Marblehead, MA and White Company of Cleveland, OH)

BurlatEdit

 
Share of the Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat, issued 1. November 1911

(Société des Moteurs Rotatifs Burlat)

BurnelliEdit

BurtEdit

(Peter Burt)

CEdit

CACEdit

CAEEdit

See:Teledyne CAE

CaffortEdit

(Anciens Etablissements Caffort Frères)

Cal-AeroEdit

( Cal-aero Institute, California)

CallEdit

(Henry L. Call)

CAMEdit

(Canadian Airmotive Inc.)

Canton-UnnéEdit

CameronEdit

(Cameron Aero Engine Division / Everett S. Cameron)

CampiniEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

CANSAEdit

(Fabbrica Italiana Automobili TorinoCostruzioni Aeronautiche Novaresi S.A.)

Carden Aero EnginesEdit

Source:Ord-Hume.[67]

CARECEdit

(China National Aero-Engine Corporation)

CasanovaEdit

(Ramon Casanova)

CatoEdit

CaunterEdit

CentrumEdit

Ceskoslovenska ZbrojovkaEdit

Data from:[18]

CFM InternationalEdit

ChaiseEdit

(Societe Anonyme Omnium Metallurgique et Industriel / Etablissements Chaise et Cie)[68]

ChamoyEdit

(M. Fernand Chamoy)

ChamberlinEdit

ChangzhouEdit

(Changzhou Lan Xiang Machinery Works)

CharomskiyEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

ChelomeyEdit

ChenuEdit

ChengduEdit

ChevrolairEdit

(The Arthur Chevrolet Aviation Motors Corporation)

ChevroletEdit

Chinese aero-enginesEdit

ChotiaEdit

ChristoffersenEdit

(Christoffersen Aircraft Company)

ChryslerEdit

ChurchEdit

(Jim Church)

CicaréEdit

CirrusEdit

Cisco MotorsEdit

CitroënEdit

Clapp's CarsEdit

Clément-BayardEdit

Data from:[18]

CleoneEdit

ClergetEdit

(Société Clerget-Blin et Cie / Pierre Clerget)

Source:Lumsden[3] except where noted

 
Clerget 9B on display at the Pima Air & Space Museum

ClevelandEdit

(Walter C. Willard / Cleveland Aero Engines)

ClevelandEdit

(Cleveland Engineering Laboratories Company)

C.L.M.Edit

(Compagnie Lilloise de Moteurs S.A)

CMBEdit

(Construction Mécanique du Béarn) See: Béarn

CNAEdit

CoatalenEdit

Source:Brew[78]

ColomboEdit

CombiEdit

CometEdit

(Comet Engine Corp, Madison WI.)

Compagnie Lilloise de MoteursEdit

See:C.L.M.

ConradEdit

(Deutsche Motorenbau G.m.b.H. / Robert Conrad)

  • Conrad C.III – (licence built by N.A.G. as the C.III N.A.G.)

ContinentalEdit

 
Continental IO-520

Cors-AirEdit

(Cors-Air srl, Barco di Bibbiano, Italy)

CorvairEdit

(conversions and derivatives of the Chevrolet Turbo-Air 6 engine)

Cosmos EngineeringEdit

Coventry VictorEdit

Crankless Engines CompanyEdit

(Anthony Michell)

C.R.M.A.Edit

(Société de construction et de Reparationde Materiel Aéronautique)

 
Curtiss OX-5 at the Lone Star Flight Museum

CurtissEdit

Curtiss-KirkhamEdit

Curtiss-WrightEdit

CuyunaEdit

See:2si

DEdit

D-MotorEdit

D'HennianEdit

Daiichi Kosho CompanyEdit

Daimler-BenzEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Damblanc-MuttiEdit

DanekEdit

(Ceskomorarsk-Kolben-Danek & Co.)

DanielEdit

(Daniel Engine Company)

Dansette-GilletEdit

DarracqEdit

Data from:[18]

DassaultEdit

DayEdit

(Charles Day)

DaytonEdit

(Dayton Airplane Engine Co.)

de DietrichEdit

De Dion-BoutonEdit

de HavillandEdit

Sources: Piston engines, Lumsden,[3] gas turbine and rocket engines, Gunston.[14]

Piston enginesEdit

Gas turbinesEdit

RocketsEdit

de LavalEdit

DeickeEdit

(Arthur Deicke)

DelafontaineEdit

DelageEdit

DeltaHawkEdit

DemontEdit

(Messrs Demont, Puteaux, France)

DeschampsEdit

Data from:[18] (D.J.Deschampsdesigner – Lambert Engine & machine Co.,Illinois manufacturer)

Detroit AeroEdit

DGENEdit

Diamond EnginesEdit

Diemech Turbine SolutionsEdit

(DeLand, Florida, United States)

Diesel AirEdit

DKWEdit

(A.G.-Werk DKW, Zschopau S.a.)

Doble-BeslerEdit

DobrotvorskiyEdit

DobryninEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

DonganEdit

(also known as Harbin Engine Factory)

DodgeEdit

DormanEdit

(W. H. Dorman and Co., Ltd)

DouglasEdit

Mostly developed from Douglas motorcycle engines

DouselerEdit

DreherEdit

(Dreher Engineering Company)

DuesenbergEdit

DufauxEdit

DushkinEdit

Dutheil et ChalmersEdit

Data from:[18] (some sources erroneously as Duthiel-Chambers)

DuxEdit

Dyna-CamEdit

EEdit

EastonEdit

Data from:[18]

ECiEdit

EcoflyEdit

(Ecofly GmbH, Böhl-Iggelheim, Germany)

EdelweissEdit

Eggenfellner AircraftEdit

E.J.C.Edit

ElbridgeEdit

(Elbridge Engine Company)

ElectraviaEdit

Electric Aircraft CorporationEdit

Elektromechanische WerkeEdit

ElizaldeEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

EllehammerEdit

EmersonEdit

EMGEdit

(EMG Engineering Company / Eugene M. Gluhareff)

EmraxEdit

EndicottEdit

Engine AllianceEdit

Engineered Propulsion SystemsEdit

(Engineered Propulsion Systems)

Engineering DivisionEdit

ENMAEdit

(Empresea Nacional de motores de Aviacion S.A.)

E.N.V.Edit

ERCOEdit

EsselbéEdit

EtoileEdit

EuroJetEdit

EuropropEdit

FEdit

F&SEdit

FahlinEdit

FairchildEdit

For Ranger and Fairchild Ranger engines see: Ranger

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

FairdieselEdit

FaireyEdit

None of Fairey Aviation Company's own engine designs made it to production.

FalconerEdit

(Ryan Falconer Racing Engines)

FarcotEdit

FarinaEdit

(S.A. Stabilimenti Farina)

FarmanEdit

Source:Liron[93][94]Note: Farman engine designations differ from other French manufacturers in using the attributes as the basis of the designation, thus; Farman 7E ( 7-cyl radial E - Etoile / Star / Radial) or Farman 12We ( W-12 fifth type - the e is not a variant or sub-variant it is the type designator). As usual there are exceptions such as the 12Gvi, 12B, 12C and 18T.

FaseyEdit

FatavaEdit

Source:[31]

Faure and CrayssacEdit

FeddenEdit

Designed post war by Roy Fedden formerly of Cosmos Engineering and Bristol. Roy Fedden Ltd went into liquidation in 1947

FiatEdit

Data from:Italian Civil & Military Aircraft 1930–1945[17]

Firewall Forward Aero EnginesEdit

FKFSEdit

FladerEdit

Source:Geen and Cross[97]

FletcherEdit

FNMEdit

FordEdit

FoxEdit

(Dean Manufacturing Company, Newport, Kentucky)

FranklinEdit

Source:Gunston.[14]

FredricksonEdit

(World's Motor Company, Bloomington, Illinois)

FrontierEdit

(Frontier Iron Works, Buffalo, New York)

FujiEdit

FuscaldoEdit

FunkEdit

(Akron Aircraft Company / Funk Aircraft Company)

GEdit

GaggenauEdit

GajęckiEdit

GallowayEdit

(Galloway Engineering Company ltd.)

GarrettEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

Now under Honeywell management/design/production

GaruffEdit

GE Honda Aero EnginesEdit

Geiger EngineeringEdit

GEN CorporationEdit

General Aircraft LimitedEdit

General ElectricEdit

General Electric/Rolls-RoyceEdit

General Motors ResearchEdit

General OrdnanceEdit

(General Ordnance Company, Derby, Conn.)

GianniniEdit

(Pulsejets)

GlushenkovEdit

Source:Gunston.[14]

Gnome et RhôneEdit

Gnome et Rhône[14][18] except where noted Im French engine designations —even— sub-series numbers (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-68) rotated anti-clockwise (LH rotation) and were generally fitted on the starboard side, —odd numbers— (for example Gnome-Rhône 14N-69) rotated clockwise (RH rotation) and were fitted on the port side.

 
Gnome Monosoupape rotary engine of 1917

GnomeEdit

Gnome et RhôneEdit

GobeEdit

Gobrón-BrilliéEdit

(Gustave Gobrón and Eugène Brillié)

GoebelEdit

(Georg Goebel of Darmstadt) / (ver Gandenbergesche Maschinen Fabrik)

GradeEdit

Great Plains Aircraft SupplyEdit

GreenEdit

Grégoire-GypEdit

(Pierre Joseph Grégoire / Automobiles Grégoire)

Grey EagleEdit

GrizodubovEdit

(S.V. Grizodubov)

GrobEdit

GuibersonEdit

(Guiberson Diesel Engine Company) Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

GuizhouEdit

(Guizhou Liming Aircraft Engine Company)

GyroEdit

Data from:[106]

HEdit

HaackeEdit

(Haacke Flugmotoren)Source: RMV[1]

HALEdit

See:Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Hall-ScottEdit

 
The cylinder heads of a Hall-Scott A-7

HallettEdit

(Hallett Aero Motors Corp, Inglewood CA.)

HamiltonEdit

Hamilton SundstrandEdit

Hansa-LloydEdit

(Hansa-LLoyd Werke AG)

Hansen-SnowEdit

(W.G. Hansen & L.L. Snow, Pasadena, CA)

Hardy-PadmoreEdit

HarknessEdit

(Donald (Don) Harkness, built by Harkness & Hillier Ltd)

HarrimanEdit

(Harriman Motors Company, South Glastonbury, Conn.)

Harris-GassnerEdit

HarrounEdit

HartEdit

HartlandEdit

H.C.G.Edit

(Les Établissements lipton)

HeathEdit

(Heath Aircraft Corp)

HeathEdit

(Heath Aerial Vehicle Company, Chicago Illinois)

Heath-HendersonEdit

Heinkel-HirthEdit

Source:[14]

HeliumEdit

From Flight[31]

  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl radial
  • Helium 75hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl radial
  • Helium 45hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 60hp 3-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 100hp 5-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 120hp 6-cyl rotary 2-stroke
  • Helium 200hp 10-cyl rotary 2-stroke

HendeeEdit

HendersonEdit

HermanEdit

Hermes Engine CompanyEdit

HessEdit

(Aubrey W. Hess / Alliance Aircraft Corporation)

HewlandEdit

Hexatron EngineeringEdit

HieroEdit

(Otto Hieronimus – designer – several manufacturers)

Hill HelicoptersEdit

HillerEdit

Hiller AircraftEdit

HilzEdit

Hindustan Aeronautics LimitedEdit

HiroEdit

HirthEdit

Hirth Motoren GmbH was merged with Heinkel to make "Heinkel-Hirth" in 1941.

Hispano-SuizaEdit

HitachiEdit

Source:Gunston.[14]

 
HKS 700E on a Flightstar II.

HKSEdit

HodgeEdit

HoferEdit

(Al Hofer)

HolbrookEdit

(Holbrook Aero Supply)

HondaEdit

HoneywellEdit

Hopkins & de KilduchevskyEdit

HowardEdit

HudsonEdit

(John W Hudson)

HummelEdit

( James Morris (Morry) Hummel of Bryan, Ohio)

HuoSaiEdit

(HuoSai - Piston engine)

HurricaneEdit


IEdit

IAEEdit

I.Ae.Edit

IAMEEdit

(Ital-American Motor Engineering)

IAREdit

ICPEdit

IHIEdit

ILEdit

(Instytut Lotnictwa – Aviation Institute)

ILOEdit

ImaerEdit

ImperialEdit

(Imperial Airplane Society)

In-TechEdit

(In-Tech International Inc.)

IndianEdit

See: Hendee

InnodynEdit

(Innodyn L.L.C.)

InternationalEdit

Data from:[18]

IonEdit

(Gabriel Ion)

IrwinEdit

(Irwin Aircraft Co)

IsaacsonEdit

(Isaacson Engine (Motor Supply Co.) / R.J. Isaacson)

IshikawajimaEdit

See: IHI

IsotovEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

Isotta FraschiniEdit

[17]

IvchenkoEdit

Source:Gunston.[14]

IWLEdit

See:Pirna

JEdit

JabiruEdit

Jack & HeinzEdit

JacobsEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

JaensonEdit

Jalbert-LoireEdit

JamesonEdit

(Jameson Aero Engines Ltd.)

JanowskiEdit

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

J.A.P.Edit

Data from:[18]

Japanese rockets and Pulse-jetsEdit

JavelinEdit

JawaEdit

JendrassikEdit

J.E.TEdit

(James Engineering Turbines Ltd)

JetBeetleEdit

JetcatEdit

JohnsonEdit

JLT MotorsEdit

(Boos, Seine-Maritime, France)

JPXEdit

JunkersEdit

Source:Kay[127]

KEdit

KalepEdit

(Fyodor Grigoryevich Kalep)

KawasakiEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

KellyEdit

KempEdit

 
Kemp G-2 flat-twin

(a.k.a. Grey Eagle )

Ken RoyceEdit

LeBlond Aircraft Engine Corporation was sold to Rearwin Airplanes in 1937 and renamed Ken-Royce.

KesslerEdit

KFMEdit

(KFM (Komet Flight Motor) Aircraft Motors Division of Italian American Motor Engineering)

KhatchaturovEdit

KHDEdit

KiekhaeferEdit

KimballEdit

KingEdit

(Chas. B. King)

King-BugattiEdit

KinnerEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

KirkhamEdit

KishiEdit

KlimovEdit

Source:Gunston[14]

KnoxEdit

(Knox Motors Company, Springfield Mass.)

KoertingEdit

KosokuEdit

(Kosokudo Kikan KK)

KolesovEdit

KöllerEdit

(Dr. Kröber und Sohn GmbH, Treuenbrietzen)

KönigEdit

(Compact Radial Engines)

KonradEdit

(Oberbayische Forschungsanhalt Dr. Konrad)

KörtingEdit

KossovEdit

KostovichEdit

(O.S. Kostovich)

KrautterEdit

(Dipl. Ing. Willi Krautter)

KroeberEdit

(Doktor Kroeber & Sohn G.m.b.H.)

KrukEdit

KuznetsovEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted


LEdit

L'Aisle VolanteEdit

LaborEdit

Lambert Engine DivisionEdit

(Monocoupe Corporation – Lambert Engine Division)

LamploughEdit

LanciaEdit

(Lancia & Company. / Vincenzo Lancia)

LangeEdit

LaviatorEdit

LawranceEdit

Lawrence Radiation LaboratoryEdit

Le GaucearEdit

Le Maitre et GerardEdit

Le RhôneEdit

LeBlondEdit

LeBlond was sold to Rearwin and engines continued under Ken-Royce name.

LeeEdit

LefèrveEdit

(F. Lefèrve)

LenapeEdit

LessnerEdit

LevavasseurEdit

Léon Levavasseur see Antoinette

LeviEdit

Leyland MotorsEdit

J. G. Parry-Thomas, the chief engineer at Leyland Motors.

  • A single X-8 engine was built in August 1918 but failed during testing and with the end of WWI development was abandoned.[131]

LFWEdit

LHTECEdit

LibertyEdit

Source:Gunston[14] except where noted

LigezEdit

LightEdit

LilloiseEdit

See:C.L.M.

LimbachEdit

LincolnEdit

LindequistEdit

(Konsortiert Överingeniör Sven Lindequist's Uppfinninggar – Consortium Senior Engineer Sven Lindqvist Inventions)

Les Long Long HarlequinEdit

LockheedEdit

LOMEdit

(Letecke Opravny Malesice, Praha)

LoraviaEdit

(Yutz, France)

Lorraine-DietrichEdit

(Société Lorraine des Anciens Établissements de Dietrich) Source:Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938[43][133][134] except where noted

LotarevEdit

(Vladimir Lotarev) (see also Ivchenko-Progress)

LougheadEdit

LPCEdit

LSA-EnginesEdit

(LSA-Engines GmbH, Berlin, Germany)

LucasEdit

LutetiaEdit

(Marcel Echard / Moteurs Lutetia)

LycomingEdit

 
Lycoming O-540

LyulkaEdit

Source:Gunston.[14]

LZ DesignEdit

MEdit

M&D FlugzeugbauEdit

MABEdit

  • 4-cylinder air-cooled "fan" engine[139]
  • 4-cylinder vertical water cooled in-line engine[139]

MacClatchieEdit

MacchiEdit

Macomber AvisEdit

Macomber Rotary Engine Company with Avis Engine Company

M.A.N.Edit

Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg (MAN)

MAN TurboEdit

Manfred WeissEdit

See: Weiss

ManlyEdit

Charles M. Manly redesigned an engine built by Stephen Balzer.

MantovaniEdit

MarchettiEdit

(Marchetti Motor Patents)

MarkEdit

(Stahlwerk Mark Flugzeugbau)

MarcmotorEdit

(Macerata, Italy)

Marlin-RockwellEdit

Marquardt CorporationEdit

MartinEdit

MaruEdit

MassonEdit

MathisEdit

MawenEdit

(Mawen S.A.)

Max AmsEdit

(Max Ams machine Company)

MaximEdit

Maximotor MakersEdit

MaybachEdit

Mayo