List of all Avro airplanes and aircraft types, with images, specs, and other information. These active and retired Avro planes are listed in alphabetical order, but if you're looking for a particular aircraft you can look for it using the "search" bar. The Avro aircrafts on this list include all planes, jets, helicopters, and other flying vehicles ever made by Avro. Unless you're an aviation expert you probably can't think of every aircraft made by Avro, so use this list to find a few popular Avro planes and helicopters that have been used a lot in the course of history.
Examples of aircraft on this list include Avro Lancaster and Avro Vulcan.This list answers the question, "What aircrafts are made by Avro?
The Avro Type E, Type 500, and Type 502 made up a family of early British military aircraft, regarded by Alliott Verdon Roe as his firm's first truly successful design. It was a forerunner of the Avro 504, one of the outstanding aircraft of the First World War. ...more on Wikipedia
Maiden Flight: Mar 03 1912
The Avro Type H, Type 501, and Type 503 were a family of early British military seaplanes. They were a development of the Avro 500 design and were originally conceived of as amphibious; the prototype being fitted with a single large main float under the fuselage, and two outrigger floats under the wings. Tests were conducted on Windermere in January 1913. It was later converted to twin-float configuration and bought by the British Admiralty. It now, however, proved too heavy and was converted again - this time to a landplane. An improved version, designated the 503 was demonstrated for the Inspector of Naval Aircraft, who placed an order for three machines. The prototype itself was ...more on Wikipedia
Maiden Flight: Jan 01 1913
The Avro 510 was a two-seat racing seaplane designed by Avro to compete in the 1914 Circuit of Britain Race. It was a conventional two-bay biplane of greatly uneven span equipped with two large central floats and two outriggers. The race was called off at the outbreak of the First World War, but the British Admiralty was aware of the type and ordered five examples, with modified floats and tail. In service, these proved completely unsuitable, and it was discovered that with a second person aboard the aircraft could barely fly. In October 1915, the 510s in service were sent to Supermarine for modification and improvement, but by March the following year all were removed from service. ...more on Wikipedia
Length (m): 11.6
Wingspan (m): 19.21see more on Avro 510
The Avro 519 was a British bomber aircraft of the First World War, a development of the Avro 510 seaplane. They were two-bay biplanes of conventional configuration with greatly uneven span. Two single-seat examples, powered by a single 150 hp Sunbeam water-cooled engine, were ordered by the RNAS in early 1916. This was followed soon by orders for two modified aircraft for the Royal Flying Corps. These were fitted with seats for a crew of two and had more powerful Sunbeam engines The first of the two-seaters was designated 519A to reflect its modifications. The second two-seater, however, was so different that it received a completely new number from Avro - 522 - and featured new wings with ...more on Wikipedia
Maiden Flight: Jan 01 1916