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This is a list of fixed-wing aircraft capable of vertical take-off and landing arranged under manufacturer. The list excludes helicopters because they are assumed to have this capability.

A

  • AeroVironment SkyTote
  • Aeryon Scout
  • Aeryon SkyRanger
  • AirBuoyant VertiPod[1]
  • AgustaWestland AW609
  • Avro Avrocar (ducted fan)

B

C

D

U.S. Army Doak 16/VZ-4DA

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E

F

  • Fairey Gyrodyne -
  • Fairey Jet Gyrodyne (compound autogyro with powered rotor)
  • Fairey Rotodyne (compound autogyro with powered rotor)
  • Focke-Wulf Triebfluegeljaeger (tailsitter, not built)

G

  • Garrett STAMP (vectored thrust)
  • Grumman Nutcracker[2]

H

J

L

M

  • Martin Jetpack
  • McDonnell Douglas DC-X
  • Moller Skycar

P

R

S

  • Sikorsky Cypher
  • Sikorsky Cypher II
  • Sikorsky X-Wing
  • Short SC.1 (liftjet and vectored thrust)
  • SNCASO Farfadet
  • SNECMA Coléoptère (tailsitter)
  • SoloTrek XFV
  • Springtail Exoskeleton Flying Vehicle
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T

  • Trek Aerospace Dragonfly

V

  • VFW VAK 191B (vectored thrust plus vertical lift)
  • VFW-Fokker H3 (compound helicopter)

W

  • Williams X-Jet

X

  • VTOL X-Plane[6]

Y

Z

  • Zhuchenko Vertoplan

See also

  • Helicopter manufacturers
  • Coleopter
  • Tiltrotor
  • Tiltjet
  • Tiltwing
  • Tailsitter

References

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