Airliner - Manufacturers

Manufacturers

These include:

  • Asia
    • China
      • COMAC (includes Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Factory)
      • Shenyang Aircraft Corporation
      • Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation
    • Japan
      • Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation
  • Europe
      • Airbus S.A.S. (formerly a multinational conglomeration of the largest European aerospace companies of France, Germany, Spain and the UK)
    • Czech Republic
      • Let Kunovice
    • France/Italy
      • ATR
    • Netherlands
      • Fokker (now defunct)
    • Russian companies (formerly Soviet-controlled)
      • Ilyushin
      • Sukhoi
      • Tupolev
      • Yakovlev
    • Sweden
      • Saab AB (no longer manufactures civilian aircraft)
    • Ukraine (formerly Soviet-controlled)
      • Antonov
    • United Kingdom
      • BAE Systems (formerly British Aerospace, no longer manufactures civilian aircraft)
      • Britten-Norman
  • North America
    • Canada
      • Bombardier (includes the former De Havilland Canada and Canadair)
    • United States
      • Boeing (includes the former McDonnell Douglas company which itself included the Douglas Aircraft Company)
      • Lockheed Corporation (now part of Lockheed Martin, and no longer involved in civil aviation)
  • South America
    • Brazil
      • Embraer

The international market for middle-sized and large-sized airliners is now divided between Airbus and Boeing, although Russian/former Soviet manufacturers still sell significant numbers of airliners to their traditional markets. Smaller-sized aircraft manufacturers include, in addition to these two, ATR, Embraer and Bombardier.

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