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Saenger Raumgleiter, Germany 

 

 
 

Breguet 111 Gyroplane, France, 1946 , Helicopter 

 

 
 

Leduc 010, France, 1946 , Experimental high speed aircraft 

 

 
 

Sud-Ouest SO 6000 Triton, France, 1946 , Experimental Jet Aircraft 

 

 
 

Alekseev I 211, Russia, 1947 , Experimental fighter aircraft 

 

 
 

Douglas D 558 I Skystreak, USA, 1947 , Experimental Airplane 

 

 
 

Northrop B 35 Flying Wing, USA, 1947 , Experimental bomber 

 

 
 

Alekseev I 215 D, Russia, 1948 , Experimental fighter aircraft 

 

 
 

Bell X 1, USA, 1948 , High speed experimental airplane 

 

 
 

Hurel Dubois HD 10, France, 1948 , Experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

Northrop X-4, USA, 1948 , Experimental Aircraft 

 

 
 

Aérocentre NC 1090, France, 1949 , Carrier based fighter aircraft (Prototype) 

 

 
 

Avro 707 C, United Kingdom, 1949 , Exprimental for high-speed delta wings 

 

 
 

Bristol B 188, United Kingdom, 1950 , High speed experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

F+W N 20 Aiguillon, Switzerland, 1951 , Fighter Bomber Prototype 

 

 
 

F+W N 20 . 2 Arbalète, Switzerland, 1951 , Fighter prototype 

 

 
 

De Havilland Dh 108 Swallow, United Kingdom, 1952 , Experimental supersonic aircraft 

 

 
 

Northrop B 49 Flying Wing, USA, 1952 , Experimental bomber 

 

 
 

Sud-Ouest SO 9000 Trident, France, 1953 , Hybrid propulsion experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

Bell X 3 Stiletto, USA, 1954 , High speed experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

FMA IA 37 - 02, Argentina, 1954 , experimental fighter aircraft 

 

This supersonic delta fighter interceptor was designed with the assistance of Dr. Reimar Horten. First, a glider was designed was a proof of concept and flew in 1954. Then, a second prototype was built to check the general concept and design details. Later on, a third prototype is built for the achieving supersonic flight.

 
 

Hirsch H. 100, France, 1954 , Experimental Aircraft 

 

 
 

Maerc Sarl H-00, France, 1954 

 

 
 

Payen PA 49, France, 1954 , Experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

Flug- und Fahrzeugwerke P 1604, Switzerland, 1955 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

Ryan X-13 Vertijet, USA, 1955 , VTOL Experimental AIrcraft 

 

 
 

Grumman Goblin, USA, 1956 , Experimental fighter 

 

 
 

Leduc 022, France, 1956 , Highspeed Experimental 

 

 
 

Tupolev Tu 91, Russia, 1956 , Battle Aircraft Prototype 

 

 
 

Nord 1500 Griffon, France, 1957 , Experimental high speed aircraft 

 

 
 

SNECMA C 400 P2 Atar Volant, France, 1957 , Experimental aircraft for vertical take off 

 

 
 

Focke Borgward BFK 1 Kolibri, Germany, 1958 , Experimental Helicopter 

 

The automobile manufaturer Borgward in Bremen tried to expand its program by helicopters. So the Kolibri was designed together with Prof. Heinrich Focke. The project was shut down because of economical problems of the Borgward factories.

 
 

Bölkow BO FJ Flying Jeep, Germany, 1960 , Experimental Helicopter 

 

Experimental device for the development of a flying platform. Designed by Dr. Heidelberg. Lift and pro pulsion were supplied by several propellers. The props were driven by compressed air supplied by a compressor on the ground.

 
 

Bell 47 B-3, USA, 1961 , Experimental helicopter 

 

 
 

Hawker Siddeley P 1127, United Kingdom, 1961 , VTOL Experimental 

 

 
 

Dornier DO 32 E/U Kiebitz, Germany, 1962 , transportable ultralight single seat helicopter 

 

 
 

North American X 15, USA, 1962 , High speed experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

British Aircraft Corp. TSR 2, United Kingdom, 1964 , Tactical bomber and reconnaisance aircraft 

 

Originally designed to follow the Canberra, the TSR 2s development was delayed by problems with its complex avionics very much. After the maiden flight in 1964, the TSR 2 project was shut down.

 
 

Bölkow BO 46, Germany, 1964 , Experimental high speed helicopter 

 

The Bo46 was designed around the Derschmidt rotor sys- tem to perform highspeed trials. The rotorblades are moved individually to suppress negative backflow effects during highspeed flight. Technical problems couldn't be solved so the project was shut down.

 
 

North American B 70 Valkyrie, USA, 1964 , Prototype strategic supersonic bomber 

 

 
 

Avro CF 105 Arrow, Canada, 1965 , Prototype fighter 

 

 
 

Dassault Mirage III V, France, 1965 , VTOL Fighter Aircraft 

 

 
 

Georges G 1 Papillon, Germany, 1965 , Ultralight single seat helicopter 

 

 
 

Georges G 2, Germany, 1965 , Single seat experimental helicopter 

 

 
 

Hawker P 1121, United Kingdom, 1965 , VTOL / STOL Experimental aircraft 

 

 
 

VFW/Fokker Schwebegestell, Germany, 1966 , VTOL Experimental 

 

 
 

VFW/Fokker Schwebegestell, Germany, 1966 , VTOL Experimental 

 

 
 

Dornier DO 31 E, Germany, 1967 , Tactical Transport VTOL Aircraft 

 

The Do 31 was designed as a tactical transport aircraft with VTOL capabilities. The construction did work, but the project was grounded later.

 
 

Dornier DO 33, Germany, 1968 , Experimental transport for STOL / VTOL 

 

       

 

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