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The One Aviation K-350 was originally developed as Farnborough F1 and it looks very similar to the Epic LT and E1000. Most distinctive difference is the absence of nose gear doors and larger distance between the cockpit window and first cabin window.

Fiat G.46

This Fiat trainer has a rectractable gear (main gear retracting inward) and an inline piston engine in the nose. Under the spinner is a large intake for cooling air. The canopy is long, as the aircraft normally seats two persons, but the back part is covered on the single seat version shown here. 

Fieseler Fi156 Storch

The Fieseler Storch and license built versions almost look like an insect with their long, narrow main landing gear legs and especially the multi-faceted cockpit and cabin windows. It also has fixed slats along the wing leading edge.

Fleet 2

The Fleet 2 is like many other biplanes of its time. It has staggered wings with equal span. Perhaps typical is the elevated top of the fuselage behind the rear cockpit. 

FMA IA-63 Pampa

The design of the Pampa is clearly influenced by that of the Alpha Jet, probably because Dassault helped FMA in the development. The Pampa is smaller though and has only one engine. (photo Chris Lofting/WikiMedia)

Focke-Wulf Fw190

The Fw190 has a radial engine in the nose and a long main landing gear that retracts inward in the wings. The gear's wheels are in front of the wings, giving the Fw190 a typical appearance. The canopy only slightly pops out above the top of the fuselage.

Focke-Wulf Fw44 Stieglitz

Conventional German biplane with no outstanding recognition points. It has non-tapered wings with ailerons on both. The wings have single N-shape braces in between them. Most have a radial engine, some an inline engine.

The Fokker F27 family is especially characterised by the long nose, trapezium shaped vertical stabiliser and long engine nacelles under the wings. The latter are round at the top and flat at the bottom, when seen from the side. The long main landing gear legs rectract backward in the nacelles.

The most apparent feature of the Fokker F28 and derivatives is the tail cone that can be opened for use as an air brake. Furthermore these aircraft have oval cabin windows, a D-shaped cockpit side window and a rather large dorsal fin.

Fokker S.11

Fokker's primary trainer has a side-by-side cockpit that is long enough to seat a third person in the back, hence the long canopy with four frames. Typical are the bent main landing gears attached to the wing's leading edge.