Aircraft Home Page provides a comprehensive overview of naval aircraft
1939-1945, including an A-Z Aircraft Directory, Preserved aircraft, Aircraft
wrecks and Museum Restorations, Flying and Airworthy Historic FAA Aircraft
and Warbirds, Manufacturers, Scale Models, Virtual
Aircraft, Biobliographies, and Links to other
Naval Aircraft Database: Aircraft
The most complete internet Directory and
Database in the world of each and every one of the 105 Aircraft used by the
Fleet Air Arm in WWII. The directory includes profiles for each of the FAA
aircraft, with details of technical specifications, history, battle honours,
preservation details, clubs and associations and photographs.
Prototype Aircraft 1939-1945
Information about the aircraft designed for
the FAA but which had not seen operational service by 1945.
Fleet Air Arm Air Sea
Information about the FAA aircrew rescued by
land, air and sea 1939-1945.
Captured Fleet Air Arm Aircraft
Information about the aircraft of the FAA
captured by the Luftwaffe and Italian forces during 1939-1945.
FAA Aircraft Gallery of Photographs
A gallery of aircraft photographs and aircraft
profiles around the world.
FAA Aviation Art Gallery
A gallery of paintings, aircraft profiles and
other illustrations. Galleries around the world, including Fairey Swordfish pictures for sale.
Aviation art prints from the Fleet Air Arm by
aviation and naval artists Ivan Berryman and Randall Wilson, published by Cranston Fine Arts.
Aircraft Gallery of Wartime Colour Photographs
Preserved Naval Aircraft
A complete list of known aircraft types which
served with the Fleet Air Arm. The directory includes the aircraft serial
numbers, location in museums, status of staic or airworthy condition. Also see the FAA Aircraft
database profiles for further details and photographs of individual aircraft
Focuses on the location of the surviving
FAA aircraft as well as on aviation archaeology and aircraft wrecks. The FAA Preserved aircraft page
lists aircraft types which were used by the FAA as well as listing Museums
where they may be found today. Also in particular look at the:
FAA & Naval Aviation Aircraft of the world - Aircraft, Recovery and
Restoration Projects : Highlighting activities around the world on Historic
Flights, airworthy FAA historic aircraft, and also news of recovery and
restoration activities concering Fleet Air Arm
aircraft. Includes information about the operators and restorers of historic
aircraft and warbirds. Look at the Fleet Air Arm Historic Flight site,
the RAF Memorial Flight sites, the Australian Memorial Flight, Canadian
Historic Flight, the New Zealand Historic Flight, and South African Historic
Historic Aircraft and Warbird Operators
Ride in a Vintage
Aircraft in the UK, Commonwealth and around the world
Manufacturers and Civilian Contractors
Who built the aircraft? Locations, types and
contracts. Index of Manufacturers and Civilian Contractors assembling or
repairing Naval aircraft.
Navy and Fleet Air Arm Air Stations
By the end of the World War 2 the strength of the Fleet Air Arm included 56
air stations all over the world. This page lists those Stations used by the
Fleet Air Arm 1939-1945 with information about each location.
The Model FAA
An introduction to the world of the model
maker, focusing on FAA models and reviews about them, and where to buy
them, as well as links to modeller societies and
SIGs. Includes online purchases (coming soon).
FAA Aircraft and Flight Simulation
Fly your own FAA aircraft. Introducing the
world of the Flight Simulator, with links to main websites with over 30000
files. Free downloads of Microsoft Flight Simulator wartime FAA and other
Fleet Air Arm
Information about the FAA aircraft of today,
and links to naval aircraft of the Commonweath .
Information about Aircraft museums.
Radio, Film, Television and other Media Resources
Aircraft web rings
Highlighted aircraft web
rings around the world.
Aircraft in the News: Airshows
Highlighted news and events
including airshows with FAA aircraft.
Website Aircraft Directories and
with Fleet Air Arm aircraft information
Heritage Trust information about their FAA aircraft, including aircraft
history, technical details and photographs.
Watson's World War II
Aircraft Museum. Information is listed by category and country.
Categories include bombers and attackers, fighters, carrier-borne aircraft
and naval planes, and include information about FAA aircraft. Technical
details include profile image, photographs, Aircraft, Year, Engine, Wingspan,
Length, Weight, Max. speed, Ceiling, Range, Crew,
Includes information for Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Holland, Poland, romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USSR, USA, Yugoslavia. Includes a useful search tool by which most FAA
aircraft can be found. Details include colour
photographs, aircraft plan, technical data, production information, links.
site sur l'aviation de la Seconde guerre mondiale. Ce
site contient des images et des informations
sur les avions, célèbres ou moins
par les différents protagonistes
de la Seconde guerre mondiale. Ces appareils sont classés selon le théâtre d'opérations auquel ils étaient
affectés, soit en Europe, soit dans le Pacifique. http://le-village.ifrance.com/olivierwarbirds/default.htm
[The complete Encyclopedia of World Aircraft
from A to Z]. Includes extensive historical, operational and production
details, as well as technical data including for many FAA aircraft.
Apparently the Internet's most comprehensive all-American aviation historical
reference and research site, presently listing more than 10,000 types of US
aircraft with their specifications and data, and informative text as found.
Site contains information about American built FAA aircraft.
WWW.Military.cz. A Czech
site with information about different military equipment, in both English and
Czech. Information includes about British weapons (Czech only)
aircraft carriers British WWII´s aircraft.
The Royal Navy. Official website of the Royal Navy.
Information on the current Aircraft of the Fleet.
Royal Navy Page on Aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm since 1945. Includes colour photographs, and technical details.
This site has been created to fill a void on
the internet, a web site dedicated solely to the remembrance of the Canada's light fleet aircraft carriers and their aircraft.
Information includes Aircraft histories and specifications, Photo galleries,
Links and Sources and Acknowledgements. Click on the small aircraft images
for the detailed information and photographs.
Aircraft Index by British Forces.com
U. S. Naval Aircraft
Designations 1939-1945 by Randy Wilson (Randy Wilson's Aviation History
U.S. Navy Aircraft
Squadron Designations in WWII (Randy Wilson's Aviation History site)
Created: 3-11-2000, Last Modified 02-06-2005