Aviation Association 'Ilyushin' formed 1992 by AKI S.V. Ilyushin and VAPO to act as single customer interface for Il aircraft. Partners with KAL, V.P. Chkalov and other groups.
Private company formed 1991 at former GAZ at Gorkii (city now once again named Nizhni-Novgorod), expected 1993 to fly prototype Dingo multipurpose amphibian with air-cushion landing gear. Single pusher 850-hp…
AERO-VOLGA OOO NPO Two prototypes of this company's twin-engined L-6 amphibian have been flown. In 2003, Aero-Volga announced the similar LA-8 Flagman.
AEROPRAKT OOO (Aeropract JSC) Formed in 1974 to design and build gliders, small flying boats and amphibians, OKB Aeroprakt established a second centre at Kiev in 1986, only to be…
Known initially as ROS-Aeroprogress, this organisation was founded in 1990 to design and manufacture utility, commuter, amphibian, aerobatic, agricultural, firefighting, training and attack aircraft, WIG (wing-in-ground-effect) vehicles, replicas and other…
AEROSTATIKA NAUCHNO-PROIZVODSTVENNAYA FIRMA (Aerostatica Scientific-Production Company) Aerostatica is the English transliteration of Aerostatika, and is used for marketing. The company's first two airships, the 01 and 02, were built in…
AGOS, Department of Aviation, Hydro (Gidro) aviation and Experimental Construction, the design and manufacturing brigade within CAHI formed 1922 by Zhukovsky and headed with distinction by Tupolev.
All early Yakovlev designs were designated in honour of A.I. Rykov, numbered AIR-1 to AIR-18.
Aviatsionnaya Ispitatelnaya Stantsiya, Morskaya Vedomstva, naval air test station, founded late 1916 at Petrograd Poly Inst., with seaplane base at Krestovsky Island. Engineers P.A. Shishkov and Sushenkov planned many aircraft,…
Alexandrov and Kalinin designed Soviet Union's first transport, AK-1, flown March 1924.
TSENTR NAUCHNO-TEKHNICHESKOGO TVORCHESTVA ALBATROSS (Albatross Scientific-Technical Works) Original Aviacomplex company established in 1990 to build prototypes of the AS-2 two-seat lightplane. Renamed Albatros on 16 June 1991. Testing of the…
Semyon Mikhailovich Alexeyev (also written Alekseyev) was a chief designer for S.A. Lavochkin before setting up his own OKB (experimental construction bureau) in 1946. Produced series of twin-jet fighters and…
Organization formed to manage licensed US products, handled design and production of GST based on Consolidated 28 (PBY) 1936-43.
Formed 1913 at Odessa by A.A. Anatra, initially to produce and modify Farman, Voisin, Nieuport and Morane aircraft. French designer E.A. Déscamps assisted design of Anatra D or Anadé; flown…
Designation of all early designs by A.N. Tupolev, last being ANT-69 (Tu-8) of 1946.
A.A. Arkhangyelski led design of many early ANT (Tupolev) aircraft. When his chief was arrested he became de facto head of Tupolev OKB, and 1937-42 managed several major programmes, one…
ARSENYEVSKOYE AVIATSIONNOYE PROIZVODSTVENNOYE PREDPRIYATIE IMENI N.I.SAZYKINA (Arsenyev Aviation Production Enterprise 'Progress' named for N.I.Sazykin) Arsenyev plant previously built the Mil Mi-24/25/35 series of combat helicopters, in parallel with Rostvertol, and…
Mikhail Artyumov, usually partnered by Viktor Timofeyev, produced series of ultralights 1971-82.
AVGUR VOZDUKHOPLAVATELNYI TSENTR (Augur Aeronautical Centre) Formed 29 October 1991 by the Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI) and a group of private shareholders, this company is successor to AIG Kovanko, established…
NAUCHNO-PROIZVODSTVENNOYE OBEDINENIE AVIA LTD (Avia Scientific-Production Association JSC) The Avia company was established on 20 February 1995 to design, manufacture and support light aircraft. Its associated design bureau (itself part…
AVIAKOR AVIATSIONNOYE ZAVOD OAO (Aviacor Aviation Depot JSC) Founded in Voronezh during the 1930s and evacuated to Kuybishev (Samara) during Second World War, Aviacor (formerly GAZ-18; KuAPA) previously built the…
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