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List of aircraft of the RAF
Many types have served in the Royal Air Force since it was formed in 1918 by the merger of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service. Here can be found a list of RAF aircraft, those types that have served and been retired by the RAF, and also those types that are currently in service. The aircraft are listed in alphabetic order of their RAF type name, and then in mark order within that type.


Regular service with the RAF

Bell Airacobra I - USA - single engine, piston - interceptor
Fairey Albacore - UK
Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle I, II, V, VI - UK
Avro Aldershot III - UK
Hawker Siddeley Andover C1, CC2, E3 - UK
Avro Anson I, X, C11, XII, C19, T21 - UK
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Fairchild Argus -UK
Armstrong Whitworth Atlas - UK
Hawker Audax - UK
British Taylorcraft Auster I, III, IV, V, AOP 6, AOP 9 - UK
Avro 504 - UK
Avro 504K(NF) - UK
Avro 504N -UK
BAe 146 CC2 - UK
Boulton Paul Balliol T2 - UK
Martin Baltimore I, II, III, IV, V - UK
Beagle Basset CC 1 UK
Fairey Battle I -UK
BE2e
BE2f
BE2g
BE3
BE4
BE8
BE8a
BE12
BE12a
BE12b
Bristol Beaufighter I,II,VI,X,XI
Bristol Beaufort I,II
Be 17 - Beechcraft 17 Travelaire - USA - Twin engine, piston - light transport
Short Belfast C1 - UK
Westland Belvedere - UK
Blackburn Beverley - UK
Avro Bison - UK
Bristol Blenheim I, IV,V - UK
Handley Page Bombay - UK
Douglas Boston I, II, III, III (Turbinlite), IV, V
Blackburn Botha I
Bristol Brigand B1, Met 3
Bristol F2b Fighter
Bristol Scout
Bristol Britannia C1, S2
Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S2
Brewster Buffalo I
Scottish Aviation Bulldog II (modern trainer)
Bristol Bulldog (pre-WW2 fighter)
Boeing C-17 Globemaster III
Sopwith Camel
Fairey Campania
English Electric Canberra B2, PR3, T4, B6 ,PR7 ,B(I)8, PR9, T11 ,B15 ,E15 ,B16, T17, TT18, T19
Consolidated Catalina I,II,III,IV - USA - Twin engine, piston - amphibious scout
Caproni Ca 42 (served for 1 month) - IT
Caudron G II,III,IV
Boeing-Vertol Chinook HC1, HC2, HC2A, HC3 - twin rotor heavy lift helicopter
De Havilland Chipmunk T10
Saro Cloud
Handley Page Clive
Cody V
De Havilland Comet (transport) C2, C2(RC), C4
Consolidated PB2Y Coronado I - USA
Sopwith Cuckoo
Curtiss JN 3, 4
Curtiss H12, H16
General Aircraft GA42 Cygnet
Douglas Dakota - USA Twin engine, piston - transport
Douglas DC2
Boulton Paul Defiant I, II, III
Hawker Demon
De Havilland Devon C1, C2
DH 4
DH 5
DH 6
DH 9
DH 9A
DH 10
DH 10A
Sopwith Dolphin
De Havilland Dominie (DH 125)
De Havilland Don
De Havilland Dragon (DH 84)
Westland Dragonfly HC2
De Havilland Dragon Rapide (DH 89)
Lockheed Electra - USA - Four engine, turbine - transport
Martinsyde Elephant
Armstrong Whitworth AW27 Ensign
Airspeed Envoy
Beech Expediter I - USA
De Havilland Express (DH 86)
Fairey III A, B, C, D, F
Fairey Fawn
FE2a
FE2b
FE2d
FE8
Felixstowe F2A, F3, F5
De Havilland Flamingo (DH 95)
Ford 5AT-D Trimotor - USA - Three engine, piston - transport
Boeing Fortress I, II - USA -Boeing- Four engine, piston - bomber
Fairey Fox
Fox Moth (DH 83)
Fairey Fulmar II
Hawker Fury I, II
Gloster Gamecock I
Westland/Aerospatiale Gazelle HCC4
Gloster Gauntlet I, II
De Havilland Genet Moth
De Havilland Gipsy Moth (DH 60)
Gloster Gladiator I, II
Folland Gnat T1
Grumman Goose - USA - single engine, piston - Amphibious rescue
Fairey Gordon I, II
Gloster Grebe II
Bell Griffin HT1, HAR2 - USA
Vega Gull
Handley Page Hadrian
Handley Page Halifax I, II, III, V, VI, VII, A7, VIII, A9
Hamble Baby
Hamble Baby Convert
Handley Page Hampden
Hawker Hardy
Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR1, GR3 UK - Single engine, jet, vertical take off and landing
Harrier GR5, GR7, GR7A, GR9, GR9A, T10 - Single engine, jet vertical take off and landing
Handley Page Harrow I, II
Hawker Hart
North American Harvard T2 - USA - Singel engine, piston - Trainer
Handley Page Hastings C1, C2, C4, Met 1
Douglas (A 20) Havoc I, I(Turbinlite), II, II (Turbinlite) - USA - Twin engine, piston - Attack
British Aerospace Hawk T1, T1A, T1W
Heck III
Hawker Hector
Handley Page Hendon II, III
Lockheed Hercules C1, C3, C4, C5 - US - Lockheed - Four engine, turbine, transport
Handley Page Hereford
De Havilland Heron C4
Handley Page Heyford I, II, III
Hiller HTE-2 - USA - Helicopter
Handley Page Hinaidi
Hawker Hind
De Havilland Hornet F1, F3
De Havilland Hornet Moth (DH 87)
Hawker Horsley
Sikorsky Hoverfly I,II
Hawker Siddley HS 125 CC1, CC2, CC3
Lockheed Hudson I, II, III, IV, V, VI - USA - Twin engine, piston - transport
Hawker Hunter F1, F2, F4, F5,F6, FGA9, FR9
Hawker Hurricane I, II, IV
Handley Page Hyderabad
De Havilland Hummingbird
Blackburn Iris III,V
SEPECAT Jaguar GR1, GR1A, GR1B, GR3, GR3A, T4
Gloster Javelin FAW1, FAW2, FAW3, FAW5, FAW6, FAW7, FAW8, FAW9
BAC Jet Provost
BAe Jetstream
Blackburn Kangaroo
Curtiss Kittyhawk I, II, III, IV - USA - Single engine pursuit -[ USAA Desig. P-40]
Avro Lancaster I, PR1, II, III, GR, ASR3, VI, VII, B7, X
Avro Lancastrian C2
Saro Lerwick I
De Havilland Leopard Moth (DH 85)
Consolidated Liberator I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX - USA - Consolidated Vultee -four engine, piston - bomber
English Electric Lightning F1, F1A, F2, F2A, F3, F6
Avro Lincoln B2
Lockheed 12
Lockheed 14
Lockheed Lodestar (usually known as Ventura in service) - USA - Twin engine, piston - transport
Saro London I, II
Westland Lysander I, II, III
Miles Magister I
Avro Manchester I
Handley Page Marathan
Martin Marauder I, II, III - USA - Twin engine, piston - light attack/bomber
Martin Mariner I
Miles Martinet I
Martinsyde S1
Martinsyde G100
Martinsyde G102
Martin Maryland
Miles Master III
Miles (M 16) Mentor
Miles Messenger
European Helicopter Industries Merlin HC3
Gloster Meteor I, III, F3, F4, F8, FR9, PR10, NF11, NF12, NF13, NF14
North American Mitchell II, III - USA - Twin engine, piston - bomber
Curtiss Mohawk III, IV - USA - Single engine, piston - pursuit (see Curtis Kittyhawk)
Morane BB
Morane H
Morane I
Morane L
Morane LA
Morane N
Morane P
Morane V
De Havilland Mosquito II, IV, VI, VII, IX, XII, XIII, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX, XX, B20, XXV, B25, FB26, XXX, NF30, XXXII, XXXIV, PR34, XXXV, B35, PR35, XXXVI, NF36 - UK - Twin engine, piston - attack, recon -
De Havilland Moth (DH 60)
De Havilland Moth Major (DH 60)
North American Mustang I, II, III, IV - USA - North American Aviation - Single engine, piston - pursuit
Lockheed Neptune MR1
Nieuport Nighthawk (trial only)
Miles Nighthawk
Nieuport Nightjar
BAe Nimrod MR1, MR2, R1, AEW3 - four engine jet maritime patrol aircraft and failed British AWACS design
Northrop N3P-B - USA - Four engine, turbine, patrol, recon
Boulton Paul Overstrand
Airspeed Oxford
Parnall Panther
Hunting Percival Pembroke C1, C(PR)1
Percival Q6
Blackburn Perth
McDonnel Douglas Phantom FG1, FGR2, F-4J[UK] - USA - Lockheed - Twin engine, jet, fighter
Phoenix
Scottish Aviation Pioneer CC1
Percival Prentice T1
Percival Proctor I, II, III, IV
Percival Provost
Westland/Aerospatiale Puma HC1
Sopwith Pup
De Havilland Puss Moth (DH 80)
Short Rangoon
RE8
Vultee-Stinson Reliant (known as AT-19) - USA - Single engine, piston - trainer
Blackburn Roc
Avro Rota I, II
North American F-86 Sabre F4 - USA - Single engine, jet, fighter/interceptor
Salamandar
Saro A7
Supermarine Scapa
Scion Senior
Neiuport Scout
SE5a
Short Seaford (trials only)
Gloster Sea Gladiator
Westland Sea King HAR3, HAR3A
Fairey Seal
Supermarine Sea Otter
Vultee-Stinson Sentinel - USA
Sentry AEW1 - USA - Boeing - Four engine, jet - Patrol/Recon - aka AWACS
Avro Shackleton MR1, MR2, AEW2, MR3
Boulton Paul Sidestrand
Short Singapore II, III
Armstrong Whitworth Siskin III, IIIA
Bell Sioux
Saro Skeeter
Douglas Skymaster I - USA
SM 73P
SM 79K
Sopwith Snipe - UK
Supermarine Southampton - UK
SPAD S.VII - FR
SPAD S.XIII - FR
Supermarine Spitfire C, D, I, II, IV, V, VI, PR VII, VII, VIII, IX X, XI, XII, XIV, 14, XVI, 16, XVIII, 18, XIX, PR19, F21, F22 - UK - Single engine, piston - pursuit
Stampe SV 4B
Shorts Stirling I, III, IV, V
Supermarine Stranraer
Shorts Sunderland I, II, III, V, GR5
Supermarine Swift F1, F2, FR5
Fairey Swordfish I, III
Bristol Sycamore HC11, HC12, HC13, HC14
Taylorcraft Plus C, C1, D
Hawker Tempest II, F2, V, VI, F6
Republic Thunderbolt I, II - USA - Republic Aviation - Single engine, piston - pursuit
De Havilland Tiger Moth
Curtiss Tomahawk I, II - USA - Single engine, piston - pursuit (see Curtiss Mohawk, Kitthawk)
Hawker Tomtit
Panavia Tornado GR1, GR1A, GR1B, GR4, GR4A, F2, F3
Lockheed Tristar C1, KC1, C2, C2A - USA - Three engine, jet, transport/refueling
Shorts Tucano
Avro Tutor
Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer CC1, CC2
Twin Squirrel HCC1
Hawker Typhoon I
Eurofighter Typhoon T1
Vickers Valentia
Vickers Valetta C1
Vickers Valiant B1, B1(K), B(PR)1, B(PR)K1
De Havilland Vampire F1, F3, FB5, FB9, NF 10
Vickers Varsity T1
Vickers VC-10 C1, C1(K), K2, K3, K4 - UK - four engine, jet transport
Vega Gull - USA
Vultee Vengeance I, II, III, IV - USA
de Havilland Venom FB1, NF2, NF3, FB4
Lockheed Ventura I, II, V (Lodestar in civilian service) - USA - Twin engine, piston - transport
Vickers Vernon
Handley Page Victor B1, B1A, K1, K1A, B2, B2R, B2(SR), K2
Vickers Victoria
Vultee-Stinson Vigilant - USA
Vickers Vildebeest I, II, III, IV
Vickers Vimy
Vickers Viking
Vickers Vincent
Vickers Virginia II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X
Avro Vulcan B1, B1A, B2, B2A, B2(MAA), B2(K)
Westland Wallace
Westland Walrus
Supermarine Walrus
Westland Wapiti
Vickers Warwick I, III, V
Boeing Washington B1 - USA - Four engine, piston - Strategic bomber
Vickers Wellesley
Vickers Wellington I, II, III, IV, VI, VIII, X, XI, XIII, XIV, XVI
Westland Wessex HC2, HAR2, HCC4, HU5C
Westland Whirlwind (fixed wing) I
Westland Whirlwind (rotary wing) HAR2, HAR4, HAR10, HCC12
Armstrong Whitworth Whitley I, II, III, IV, V, VII
Whitney Straight
Foster Wikner Warferry (Foster Wikner Wicko)
Hawker Woodcock II
Avro York C1


Captured or Interned
Captured or interned examples of the following aircraft were at one time flown by the RAF.

Dornier Do22 - DE
Fokker F.XXII - DE
Fokker T.VIIIw/G - DE
Junkers Ju52 - DE
Junkers Ju53m - DE
Koolhoven FK43 - DE
Messerschmitt Bf108 - DE
Messerschmitt Bf 109 F - DE
Messerschmitt Bf 110C - DE


Pre-RAF
The following types were flown by the RFC or RNAS but phased out before the creation of the RAF:
Avro Type E
Avro Type Es
BE1
BE2
BE2a
BE2b
BE2c
BE2d
Bl?riot XI
Bl?riot XXI
Bl?riot Parasol
Breguet Biplane
Bristol Boxkite
Bristol Coanda Monoplane
Bristol M1B
Bristol M1C
Bristol Prier Monoplane
Deperdussin Monoplane - FR
DH 1A
DH 2
Farman F40
Farman
Henry Farman III
Henry Farman Biplane
Henry Farman F20
Henry Farman F27
Armstrong Whitworth FK3
Armstrong Whitworth FK8
HP O/100
HP O/400
HP V/1500
HP 42
Farman MF 7 Longhorn
Nieuport Monoplane
Nieuport 11
Nieuport 12
Nieuport 16
Nieuport 17
Nieuport 20
Nieuport 23
Nieuport 24
Nieuport 27
RE1
RE5
RE7
SE2
SE2a
SE5
Short 184
Short 320
Short Bomber
Short R.24
Short R.31
Short S.23M
Short S.26M
Shorthorn
Sopwith 1-1/2 Strutter
Sopwith 3-Seater
Sopwith Baby
Sopwith Tabloid
Sopwith Triplane
Vickers Boxkite
Vickers FB 'Gun Carrier'
Vickers FB 5
Vickers FB 9
Vickers ES 1
Vickers FB19 MkII
Voisin LA
Voisin LA.S
Wright Converted

Training gliders


Kirby Cadet
Grasshopper Primary Glider
Slingsby T21 Sedburgh
Grob Tutor T1

 

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