T-Wing appears in 60 issues.
Military aircraft made by Bell Aircraft Corporation. The All-Star Squadron was given a modified version for use during World War II.
Green Arrow's old plane, which was stored in the Arrowcave. It was used on many of Green Arrow's adventures.
The Batplane is Batman's primary means of aerial transportation, frequently used when he must travel outside of Gotham City. Sometimes referred to as the Batwing, there have been many incarnations of the Batplane over the years.
Hawkman and Hawkwoman used this Thanagarian starship to travel the stars.
JLA's air/space transport
The mode of transportation for the Justice League International team members.
The Legion Cruiser is the primary mode of transportation for the Legion of Super-Heroes. There have been many different models over the years.
A large spherical machine that allows Rip Hunter and his team to travel through time.
The Robinplane was a flying vehicle created by Dick Grayson and Jimmy Olsen when they were possessed and rebelled against their mentors. The Robinplane was created at the same time as the Olsenmobile.
The United States' reusable spaceship from the 1980s to the 2000s.
Superman's super powered vehicle which was made almost entirely out of Supermanium. A metal superman formed himself in the heart of a giant star. Said to be near indestructible. It is capable of duplicating all of his abilities in situations where he finds himself powerless.
Blue Beetle's (Ted Kord) bug shaped aircraft that has had two different versions used by Ted Kord.
A time bubble can carry a small group of people through time and space. In pre-crisis continuity, the time bubble was given to the Legion of Super-Heroes by R.J. Brande. A Time bubble is also commonly used by Rip Hunter.
The helicopter that the Teen Titans used in their early adventures. It was later replaced by the T-Wing in the year 2003.
The Invisible Plane was a form of early transport for Wonder Woman. It was later redesigned as an alien object that could take any form the owner desired. In 2011, DC Comics rebooted their universe. Apparently, in this new continuity, the Invisible Plane never belonged to Wonder Woman at all. It was designed by A.R.G.U.S. and is the main means of transportation for Steve Trevor's Justice League of America.
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