In immediate post-war years, to 1951, this factory at Esztergom produced several types of light aircraft and gliders, mostly (numbered up to R.22) designed by Ernö Rubik.
Principal 1950-60 glider works, full title Alagi Központi Kisérleti Üzem Dunakeszi, built 1 ultralight.
Allgemeine Maschinen Aktiengesellschaft, Budapest, built Fokker fighters and various engines 1917-19.
Avis I, II and III were actually designations of fighter prototypes built 1933-6 by army Central Repair Workshops, Székesfehévár-Sóstó.
Corvus (Crow), formed in spring 2004, showed the first production Corvus Corone at Aero'05 in Friedrichshafen.
Dunai Repülőgépgyár Rt (Danube aircraft factory) established by Germans at Horthyliget to mass-produce Me 210C, 267 delivered 1943-4.
Budapest company which in 1920 built first post-war aircraft in Hungary (Feiro I 4-seater), followed by improved Feiro Daru and smaller Feiro Dongo 2-seater.
Budapest company developing GA-K-22 Dino 2-seat multirole biplane.
Name of all early designs by MSE, even though designer was Banhidy. All were sporting aircraft.
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Builder of light aircraft, post-1920.
Magyar Általános Gépgyár built Fokker D. VII with 210-hp MAG-Daimler engine 1918-24, 2 on civil register until 1932.
A major state aircraft manufacturer during Second World War, MAVAG built under licence 192 Caproni-Reggiane Re 2000 fighters as Héja II, and 43 WM-21 recon biplanes.
Mechanikai Laboratorium Dunakeszi, producer of sailplanes, also developed motor-glider and ultralights.
The Gerle series of 29 types of sporting and training aircraft were produced by Müegyetemi Sportrepülő Egyesület, sport-flying association of technical university, at Budapest 1928-39.
State (railway) Wagon Works, at Győr, built about 100 aircraft in Second World War including 60 WM-21.
Only known to have produced 2 different monoplane trainers 1923, designed by Bela Oravecz and Georg Szebeny.
Pestlőrinci Ipartelepek Rt, at Pest, produced Ju 52/3m 1943-44.
Repülő Műszaki Intézet (technical institute for aviation) designed world’s first turboprop aircraft, RMI-1 (also called X/H) fighter-bomber (2 x Jendrassik Cs-1), aircraft complete 1942 but bombed before first flight.
Designers in nationalized industry responsible for SG-2 Kék Madár (blue bird) side-by-side low-wing tourer (June 1954).