The Focke-Wulf Fw 44 is a German two-seat biplane known as the Stieglitz ("Goldfinch"). It was produced by the Focke-Wulf company as a pilot training and sport flying aircraft. It was also eventually built under license in several other countries.
Royal Aircraft Factory - two seat corps reconnaissance biplane. Pilot sitting in cockpit.
Q Royal Aircraft Factory reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC with "L" Type camera at Sainte-Marie-Cappel France.
: colorized photo At an airbase: German pilot in the cockpit of his aircraft speaking to officers of the German Air Force, circa 1915 akg-imag.
German Fokker D VII colour schemes
Also known as a Cabin. (This photo was taken at Wynkoop in Mount Vernon, Ohio, at the National Waco Club Reunion)
A Friday morning practice session ahead of La Ferte-Alais 2010 for this Stieglitz. - Photo taken at La Ferte-Alais (LFFQ) in France on May
WWll era piston-engined aircraft for your viewing pleasure
North American Mitchell that my dad flew in WW II
Aviones de la primer guerra mundial Pioneros de los combates
The Nieuport 11 is a single-engine single-seat fighter biplane aircraft produced by the French manufacturer Nieuport S. The Nieuport 11 was also licence-built in Italy by Aeronautica Macchi as the Nieuport