Aerodyne may refer to:
*Heavier-than-air aircraft, deriving lift from dynamic motion through the air.
*K-100 Aerodyne – a Kenworth truck.
*Aerodyne dropship – a fictional vehicle in the "BattleTech" game.
*"The Aerodyne" – a 1986 short film directed by Stan Brakhage.
*In the war game "Ground Control" by Massive Entertainment, all aircraft except Drop Ships are referred to as various types of aerodynes (Attack Aerodyne, Bomber Aerodyne, and so on).
*The Fender Aerodyne Telecaster, a contemporary model of the classic Fender Telecaster Electric guitar.

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