Torolf Ecklund built TE-1 single-seat amphibian 1949.
Juhani Heinonen, who designed at Valmet and then Finnair, produced HK-1 single-seater 1954 (flown non-stop from Madrid in 17 hr) and HK-2 2-seater 1963.
Ilmailuvoimien Lentokonetehdas (aviation forces aircraft factory) established 1921 at Sveaborg, Helsinki. First product A-22 seaplane (Heinkel’s Hansa-Brandenburg W.33), followed by Korka bomber-recon biplane, D.26 Haukka fighter (17 March 1927) followed…
Veljekset Karhumäki O/Y established 1924 to build light aircraft under licence, adding Viri (Finnish club of aero engineers design) 1935. In 1941 moved into new factory at Halli to build…
Dipl.-Ings. Kalevi and Seppo Kokkola collaborated on light aircraft 1970.
PATRIA AVIATION OY (Subsidiary of Patria Industries Oy) Patria Aviation (formerly Patria Finavitec) and its Valmet predecessors have built 30 types of aircraft, including 19 of Finnish design, since 1922;…
Polyteknikkojen Ilmailukerho (Helsinki University flying club), famous for sailplanes, also produced powered aircraft starting 1953 with PIK-11 single-seater; PIK-15 tug 1964, PIK-19 tug/trainer 1972, PIK-21 Formula racer 1982.
Osakeyhtiö Sääski formed company at Tampere 1928 to build biplane for training, touring, ambulance or ag duties, later with cabin and wheel/ski/floats.