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What other finnish aircraft's there are?

This is not an official listing, but following aircraft types are known to exist. They are listed using the order of the date of the first flight.

IVL or I.V.L. is Ilmailuvoimien Lentokonetehdas= Aircraft factory of Air forces. VL stands for "Valtion Lentokonetehdas" = "State's Aircraft Factory". This factory was later renamed as Valmet.

Date of first flight Type designator Number produced notes
1915 Wrede 1 One place aircraft. link to story
16.4.1924 I.V.L. C.24 1 High wing wooden single place fighter. Picture link
17.04.1924 Adaridi AD3 1 One place aircraft with 12 hp engine. Picture link
11.07.1925 I.V.L. C.VI.25 1
10.04.1925 Karhu 2 Wooden two place aircraft. 32 hp British Anzani engine. Wiki (in finnish).
1926 Lindström L.1 Pixie 1?
17.03.1927 I.V.L. D.26 Haukka I 1 Fighter. 450 hp Gnome & Rhone Jupiter IV radial engine. Picture link
20.03.1927 IVL K.1 Kurki 1 Military trainer. 120 hp Siemens Halske Sh12 engine. Picture link
26.04.1927 Karhu 1 1? brothers Karhumäki made this monoplane Harleyd-Davidson HD24FE engine
1927 Blomqvist+Nyberg 1?
01.03.1928 VL D.27 Haukka II 2
19.03.1928 Sääski I 1 Prototype of Sääski II
13.04.1928 Karhu 3
20.12.1928 Kulhia Mk.1A 1?
22.02.1929 VL Sääski II 32 First finnish aircraft in series production. Wooden trainer. Picture link
11.7.1929 Tiira 2 First finnish hobby built aircraft. Picture link
20.02.1930 Kulhia Mk.1B 1?
30.09.1930 VL E.30 Kotka 6 Sea reconnaisance aircraft. Wright Cyclone R-1820E radial engine. Picture link
03.1930 Lindström nro2 1 Wiki articlei here., Docplayer here. (in finnish) Johan Lindström
20.03.1931 VL Paarma 1 Two seat trainer, Siemens-Halske 12 120 hp engine
1931 Kulhia Mk.2
10.01.1935 VL Tuisku 31 Trainer for air forces. 215 hp Armstrong Siddeley Lynx IVC radial engine. Picture link
03.03.1935 Vaapsahainen-liitokone 2 Basic glider. Picture link
11.01.1936 VL Viima I 1 Picture link
15.09.1936 Viri Single place aerobatic aircraft. 37 hp Szekely SR-3-0 engine
1936 VL Viima II 23 Picture link
29.03.1939 VL Pyry 42 Picture link
23.12.1941 VL Myrsky 47 Picture link
maybe 1943 Pilven Pentti (OHPPA) 1 made using parts from Karhu 3
08.08. 1944 VL Humu 1 A finnish version of Brewster F2A "Buffalo", made of wood. Today on display in The Aviation Museum of Central Finland. Picture link
21.11. 1945 VL Pyörremyrsky 1 A finnish figher made of wood. Resembles Messerschmitt Bf 109 and using its engine. Today on display in The Aviation Museum of Central Finland. Picture link.
08.09. 1946 PIK-5a/b/c 37 Picture link
1947 PIK-7 Harakka >57 Basic glider. Picture link
20.07.1948 Karhu 48 2 Four-place high wing powerplance. Picture link
26.09. 1948 Valmet Tuuli II 1 Trainer. 150 hp Siemens Sh 14 A engine. Picture link
1948 HRH (OH-BAY/HRH) 1 Glider, wings covered with paper
24.02.1949 Eklund TE-1 1 Single place amphibian aircraft. Continental A40-5 engine. Link
27.03.1949 PIK-10 Moottoribaby 1 A motorglider based on Grunau Baby glider.
1949 or 1950 Kyrölä "Koekone" 1 Single seat low wing monoplane. No official permit to fly. Initially with Harley-Davidson engine, later Continental. See article by Jukka Raunio. Featured in film Finlandia Survey No 105 (1949), time 1:14 - 2:53. Will be moved to Finnish Aviation Museum (Vantaa).
1950 Sisilisko (OH-PSB, OH-SAB) 1 Based on polish Salamandra glider.
1950 PIK-3a/b 4
06.02.1951 Valmet Vihuri 51 Links
15.03.1953 PIK-11 Tumppu 5 Single place motorplane. Picture link
29.06.1954 PIK-13 1 Open class wooden sailplane.
25.08.1954 Heinonen HK-1 Keltiäinen 1 One seat powerplane. 65 hp Walter Minor engine. Distance world record. Picture link
27.05.1956 PIK-12 4 Two seater wooden sailplane. Picture link
31.07.1957 Valmet Tuuli TL-III 1 Trainer. 225 hp Continental I0-470 engine. Picture link
18.05.1958 PIK-3c Kajava Initially known as PIK-14. Picture link
09.02.1961 Kokkola KO-03 ("Nousukas") OH-XYZ 1 Single place autogiro.
01.06.1961 PIK-16c Vasama >52 Wooden 15 m sailplane. Won OSTIV price of best standard class sailplane in 1963. Link
29.3.1963 Heinonen HK-2 Valkuainen 1 Two place wooden aircraft. Picture link
14.08.1964 Fibera KK-1 Utu 30 Glass fibre composite standard class sailplane. Link
29.08.1964 PIK-15 Hinu 5 Two seat wooden powerplane. Intended for glider towing. 150/160/180 Lycoming engine. Link to newest building site, lot of pictures taken during building.
1964 Kokkola KO-04 Super Upstart OH-XYY 1 Autogiro
09.03.1965 Havukka Standard (OH-HAX/317) 1 Standard class sailplane.
18.05.1966 PIK-17a Tumppi, 17b Tintti 2 Attempt to create a cheap sailplane. PIK-17a 13m span, PIK-17b 15m span.
24 or 25.06.1966 IKV-3 Kotka 1 Open class wooden sailplane.
1967 Hietanen HEA-23B ressu (OH-XEA) 1
1968 ATE-3 3 Single place autogiro. Pictures and story
26.03.1972 PIK-19 Muhinu 1 Two seat glider towplane. 160/180 hp Lycoming. All composite structure. Picture link
1972 Tiira 1 Illegally built single place aircraft. Today on display in The Aviation Museum of Central Finland.
7.1.1973 JT-5 3 Single place autogiro. Sold, along with productionrights, to Sr. Vittorio Magni in Italy. Pictures and story
10.10.1973 PIK-20 (A, B, D, E), JT-6 425 A 15 m sailplane. Types A and B had trailing edge flaps as brakes. D and E -model had Schempp-Hirth type brakes. E- model was a self lauching sailplane powered with Rotax 501/505 engine. JT-6 was protye for E-model, a modified D-model. Sold to Issoire Aviation in 1980, which built about 20 units. Picture link
01.07.1975 Valmet L-70 Miltrainer, Leko-70, Vinka 32 Basic trainer of Finnish Air Forces. Leko-70 was the prototype, Vinka is the FAF trainer (30) and L-70 is a civilian type certified aircraft (OH-VAA). Picture link
09.07. 1976 PIK-18 Sytky 1 Single place high wing aircraft, VW engine. Picture link
16.05. 1981 PIK-21 Super-Sytky 3 A single place wooden aircraft. VW engine.Specifications in finnish and pictures.
22.03. 1982 Valmet PIK-23 Towmaster 2 Two seat glider towplane. 180 hp Lycoming. All composite structure. picture link
1982 Tiira II / RP-82 1 Illegally built single place aircraft. Photo
07.08.1983 Kyllönen JK-1 Iimu 1 Link to picture
12.02.1985 Valmet L-80TP Military Trainer 1 Prototype was distroyed during test flights. Valmet L-90TP Redigo (1989) is developed from this aircraft.
1987 EJ-canard 1 Two seater canard biplane pusher ultralight.
23.08.1988 Martekno Atol 5 Amphibian ultralight. Wood composite structure. Picture. Reborn in 2015 as ATOL LSA. First flight of LSA 9.4.2015. Picture
1988 Keltto Ahma (U302) 1
1989 Valmet L-90TP Redigo about 40 Picture link Sold to Aermacchi, which marketed is as M290TP.
1992 Tiira III / UV-92 1 Illegally built single place aircraft.
10.08.1996 PIK-26 Mini-Sytky 4 Single place ultralight. Pictures and specifications.
16.10. 2000 U376 "AMFI-10" 1 Two seat amphibian. 80 hp Jabiru engine. Picture
21.12.2006 PIK-27 1 flying, 1 in progress Single seat low wing. Designed only for glider towing. Rotax 914.
20.6.2007 PIK-25 1 Two seat low wing ac. Diesel engine. Picture
10.8.2009 Marlin 1 Two seat midwing amphibio. Picture
12.6.2012 FlyNano 2 Single seat very light seaplane. Electrical engine.

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