Polish Aviation Industry - Part 09Last change: May 2020
Polish Aviation Industry.
Polish Aviation Works PZL in Warsaw.
PZL aircraft (without PZL P.11 class fighters).
PZL Spad S-61 - 1928, fighter, license.
PZL Wibault 7 / Wibault 70 - April 1929, fighter aircraft, license.
PZL Ł-2 - December 1929, liaison officer.
PZL-3 - design, bomber driven by four engines, designed under the direction of Władysław Zalewski. The program has not been implemented.
PZL-5 - May 1930, school and sports.
PZL-8 - 1930, design of a school seaplane and liaison-patrol aircraft. school seaplane project, 1-engine biplane.
PZL-9 - 1930, design of the observation and connecting seaplane.
PZL-10 - 1931, project of a bomber plane.
PZL-12 / PZL-H - 1931, sport, school, observation and patrol amphibian. A prototype was built.
PZL-13 - 1931, design of a 6-passenger passenger plane.
PZL-14 - 1931, sport and tourist aircraft design.
PZL-15 - 1931, observation and patrol seaplane design.
PZL-17 - 1931, design of a passenger plane.
PZL-18 - 1931, project of a bomber and torpedo seaplane.
PZL-4 (T-600) - first flight on January 8, 1932, passenger aircraft, developed from the T-200. 3-engine high wing aircraft.
PZL-16 - the first flight, early 1932, a passenger aircraft, single engine, high-wing aircraft.
PZL-19 - the first flight in May 1932, tourist, professional, sport aircraft, 1-engine low wing aircraft. The second version of PZL-19/2 flown in January 1933, and the version PZL-19/3 in August 1933.
PZL-20 - 1932, design of the school-fighter aircraft.
PZL-22 - 1933, experimental tailless, prototype built was not flown.
PZL P-23 Karaś - 1934, reconnaissance and bomber aircraft. light bomber, 1-engine low wing aircraft.
PZL-26 - 1934, tourist and professional aircraft. sporty, 1-engine low wing aircraft.
PZL-27 - the first flight in September 1934, airliner, mail. Passenger, prototype, 3-engine high wing aircraft.
PZL P-28 - fighter plane design.
PZL Żbik - 1935, reconnaissance aircraft design reaching a high ceiling. Then the design of maritime distant recognition.
PZL-33 - 1935, design of fighter and training-fighter aircraft.
PZL-30 Żubr / LWS-4 / LWS-6 - 1936, design of a passenger plane, followed by a bomber plane.
PZL-37 Łoś - 1936, an excellent bomber plane.
PZL-39 / LWS-1 / LWS-4 - 1936, fighter plane design.
PZL-42 - 1936, reconnaissance and bomber aircraft. A prototype was built.
PZL inż. Kazimierz Korsak - 1936, project, two-beam fighter aircraft.
PZL-43 Czajka - 1937, is a Karaś plane for Bulgaria.
PZL-38 Wilk - 1938, fighter and attack aircraft, first the variety was flown with Ranger engines (April 1938), and then with Polish seal engines (February 1939).
PZL-40 / LWS-3 Mewa - 1938, observation and reconnaissance aircraft.
PZL-44 Wicher - first flight on 13/03/1938, passenger, prototype tested, 2-engine low wing aircraft.
PZL-46 Sum - 1938, reconnaissance and bomber aircraft. light bomber, 1-engine low wing aircraft.
PZL Wyżeł - 1938, training.
PZL-45 Sokół - 1939, design of the fighter aircraft.
PZL-48 Lampart - 1939, design of a fighter and bomber aircraft, 2-engine.
PZL-49 Miś - 1939, bomber plane design, 2 engine.
PZL-50 Jastrząb - 1939, prototype of a fighter aircraft.
PZL-53 Jastrząb II - 1939, fighter design.
PZL-54 Ryś - 1939, design of fighter and bomber aircraft.
PZL-55 / PZL-62 - 1939, design of a fighter aircraft.
PZL-56 Kania - 1939, design of the fighter aircraft.
PZL-63 - 1939, design of a fighter aircraft.
PZL Łosoś - 1939, design of a diving bomber plane.
Written by Karol Placha Hetman