Vickers Airplanes and Aircrafts

List of all Vickers airplanes and aircraft types, with images, specs, and other information. These active and retired Vickers 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 Vickers aircrafts on this list include all planes, jets, helicopters, and other flying vehicles ever made by Vickers. Unless you're an aviation expert you probably can't think of every aircraft made by Vickers, so use this list to find a few popular Vickers planes and helicopters that have been used a lot in the course of history.

Aircraft here include everything from Vickers Wellington to Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2.

This list answers the question, "What aircrafts are made by Vickers?

  • No. 9r

    HMA No. 9r was a rigid airship designed and built by Vickers at Walney Island just off Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. The first British rigid airship to fly, it was ordered in 1913 but did not fly until 27 November 1916. It was dismantled in June 1918, after being flown for around 165 hours, mainly for experimental purposes.
    • Manufacturer: Vickers
    • Designer: Barnes Wallis
  • Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2
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    The Royal Aircraft Factory B.E.2 was a British single-engine tractor two-seat biplane which was in service with the Royal Flying Corps from 1912 until the end of World War I. About 3,500 were built. Initially used as front-line reconnaissance aircraft and light bombers; variants of the type were also used as night fighters. Like many warplanes since, the B.E.2 was retained in front line service after it had become obsolete, for want of a suitable replacement. After its belated withdrawal it finally served as a trainer, communications aircraft and on anti-submarine coastal patrol duties. While the type was designed and developed by the Royal Aircraft Factory, the majority of production ...more
    • Type: Reconnaissance aircraft
    • Manufacturer: Royal Aircraft Establishment, Vickers, Bristol Aeroplane Company
    • Introduced: Aug 01 1914
    • Length (m): 8.31
    • Wingspan (m): 11.28
    • Maiden Flight: Feb 01 1912
  • Vickers F.B.19

    The Vickers F.B.19 was a British single-seat fighting scout of the First World War, developed from the Barnwell Bullet prototype, and sometimes known as the Vickers Bullet. It served with the Royal Flying Corps and the Imperial Russian Air Service, and was subsequently adopted by the Red Air Force during the Russian Civil War.
    • Type: Fighter aircraft
    • Manufacturer: Vickers
    • Length (m): 5.54
    • Wingspan (m): 7.32
    • Maiden Flight: Aug 01 1916
  • Vickers Type 143

    The Vickers Type 143 or Bolivian Scout was a British single-seat fighter biplane designed and built by Vickers in 1929-1930. Six were built for Bolivia in 1930, which used the survivors in the Chaco War against Paraguay.
    • Type: Fighter aircraft
    • Manufacturer: Vickers
    • Length (m): 8.5
    • Wingspan (m): 10.36
    • Maiden Flight: Jan 01 1929
  • Vickers Type 163

    The Vickers Type 163 was a prototype British biplane bomber design of the 1930s built by Vickers-Armstrong. It was based on the Vickers Vanox scaled up to take four engines in paired mountings. It was submitted both as a bomber and as a troop carrier to Air Ministry specifications B.19/27 and C.16/28 respectively first flying on 12 January 1931. Only one was produced.
    • Type: Bomber
    • Manufacturer: Vickers
    • Length (m): 20.35
    • Wingspan (m): 27.44
    • Maiden Flight: Jan 12 1931
  • Vickers Type 264 Valentia

    The Valentia was a British biplane cargo aircraft built by Vickers for the Royal Air Force. The majority built were conversions of the earlier Vickers Victoria.
    • Manufacturer: Vickers
    • Length (m): 18.14
    • Wingspan (m): 26.63