Aeroplanes DAR Ltd ("Аероплани ДАР" ЕООД - DAR aeroplanes EOOD) is a privately owned Bulgarian aircraft manufacturer based in Sofia, established in 1995.
The Albatros C.III was a German two-seat general-purpose biplane of World War I, built by Albatros Flugzeugwerke.
The Avia B.135 (RLM designation Av-135) was a Czechoslovak cantilever monoplane fighter aircraft.
Bozhurishte (Божурище) is a town in western Bulgaria.
The DAR 1 Peperuda (butterfly) was a 1920s Bulgarian two-seat touring or trainer biplane, designed by Hermann Winter and built by the DAR - Drjavna Aeroplane Robotilnitsa - State Aircraft Workshops.
The DAR 10 (ДАР 10) was a Bulgarian light bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.
The DAR 4 was a prototype airliner built in Bulgaria in 1930.
The DAR 6 was a 1930s Bulgarian two-seat basic or advanced biplane training aircraft.
The DAR-9 Siniger, was a trainer produced in Bulgaria during World War II.
The DFW C.IV, DFW C.V, DFW C.VI, and DFW F37 were a family of German reconnaissance aircraft first used in 1916 in World War I. They were conventionally configured biplanes with unequal-span unstaggered wings and seating for the pilot and observer in tandem, open cockpits.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 44 is a 1930s German two-seat biplane known as the Stieglitz ("Goldfinch").
Lovech (Ловеч,, international transliteration Loveč, Lovcea) is a city in north-central Bulgaria.
Sofia (Со́фия, tr.) is the capital and largest city of Bulgaria.