The initial production S.90 was a low-wing aircraft with fixed tailwheel undercarriage and side-by-side seating for two.
The aircraft was a low-wing two-seat aircraft with an enclosed cabin.
The Bohannon B-1 is a all-metal single place, low-wing aircraft with conventional landing gear.
The Playboy is a single-place, strut-braced, low-wing aircraft with conventional landing gear.
Pilot and passengers enter the DA40 via the leading edge of the wing, an unusual feature among low-wing aircraft.
It was a low-wing aircraft, with the wing featuring a swept leading edge and a straight trailing edge, and folding at the middle.
This resulted in a low-wing aircraft with six seats including the pilot's.
It is an ultra-light single-seat low-wing aircraft with a fixed tailskid undercarriage.
It is a low-wing aircraft, with one door located above each wing, respectively.
It is a low-wing all-metal aircraft, fitted with a fixed nosewheel undercarriage and a sliding canopy.