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Ranking of Countries with the Most Active Aircraft Carriers
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Ranking of Countries with the Most Active Aircraft Carriers (2010) »

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The first aircraft carriers were large battleships. When needed, their armament was removed and a flight deck was added. In the 1930s, prior to World War II, the United States, Japan and Great Britain started to build even larger aircraft carriers. The U.S. and Japan were convinced that aircraft carriers would be at the center of a new naval war and Great Britain believed that they would serve to complement battleships and cruise ships and would continue to be the navy's main ships. During World War II there were up to 200 aircraft carriers in the world. Nowadays, however, there are only 20 active aircraft carriers. This ranking lists the countries that have the greatest number of aircraft carriers (we recommend that you use the personalized view so that you can check out the aircraft carriers that have been removed and/or are in construction).

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Countrycolumns columns Aircraft Carriers
1United StatesUnited States11
2ItalyItaly2
3United KingdomUnited Kingdom2
4BrazilBrazil1
5FranceFrance1
6SpainSpain1
7IndiaIndia1
8RussiaRussia1
9ThailandThailand1
10ArgentinaArgentina0
11GermanyGermany0
12AustraliaAustralia0
13CanadaCanada0
14JapanJapan0
15NetherlandsNetherlands0
16ChinaChina0
17UkraineUkraine0
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