This website is all about numbers. Construction-numbers, line-numbers and registration-numbers.
Please do not expect to find any names for airlines and leasing companies (except for tracking new orders), or dates of delivery, lease etcetera. This site is only meant to provide a quick reference to the former, present or possible future ID of an aircraft.
There are only two exceptions which have all dates etc.: the Airbus A350 and the A380, my favourite aircraft.
In the menu on the left you can select the Airbus productionlist (all aircraft).
Next is Boeing, starting at number 1. This section has almost every aircraft ever built and also included are licensebuilt World War II and Cold War aircraft.
All Convairliners are next, including their numerous conversions.
Douglas, later McDonnell-Douglas is next in line. This contains a separate section for the aircraft built in the El Segundo plant.
Regional Jets includes all jetliners from Canadair and Embraer, as well as a few new types from other manufacturers.
Listed are construction-number (c/n) also known as manufacturers serial number (msn), type of aircraft including subtype, line-number where applicable, plus all registrations applied to the aircraft. Re-designations and conversions are also included, where known.
You can use the search button in the top right of every page. Type registration or serial as complete as possible, click the link that comes up on Google SiteSearch and refine search with [CRTL-F] when the new page opens.
The photo-section has over 3300 pictures.
If you use Explorer, this site works best with IE10 and IE11. Also tested on Google Chrome, Maxthon Cloud, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Orion Lunascape6 (all rendering engines).