There are aircraft carriers all over the world. America has about 16 of various types. Many other countries also have aircraft carriers.
Answer6 Aircraft Carriers
Aircraft carriers normally carry LESS than 100 aircraft. This includes WW2 aircraft carriers.
No. The first aircraft carriers they constructed were laid down in 1965. They were late in getting into carrier production, and still have none of the US class carriers.
I know the United States has 9 aircraft carriers. Rest of the world??
Four fleet carriers
All aircraft carriers are different. There is no "norm".
chinese have to aircraft carriers, to date. But building them!
Fail. its 11.
No, but on many occasions they carried aircraft armed with torpedoes.
None, there were no aircraft carriers in port.
Click on the link to your right for the history of aircraft carriers.
No, but planes launch off of aircraft carriers.
On April 27, 2012 China launched its first aircraft carrier the Liaoning. The Chinese Navy said that this is the first of many aircraft carriers. The next carrier is planned to be larger.
The United Kingdom (which includes England), currently has no active aircraft carriers but two are under construction. The first of these will be operational in 2020.
Japan had a total of 25 Aircraft Carriers and Light Carriers in WWII of which 20 were sunk.
By the start of the war with the US in 1941, Japan had 9 carriers. Interestingly, Japan pioneered in the building of aircraft carriers. Today, the U.S. has 12 carriers, the Royal Naval has 3, and there are a total of 9 countries that have aircraft carriers. The US and Great Britain are the only countries relying heavily on carriers.