Advanced Amphibious Aircraft was defined by Dornier and Alenia 1988; today* participants are these plus HAI (Greece), Per Udsen (Denmark) and SDPR/SOKO (Serbia). * As of 1993
Aero Dynamics Ltd, based in Seattle (USA) area, is subsidiary of North American Aero Dynamics of Vancouver (Canada). Produces Sparrow Hawk 2-seater in kit form.
MoU covering joint merger of helicopter divisions signed by Finmeccanica and GKN on 16 April 1998; heads of agreement 18 March 1999; details finalised (subject to regulatory approval) and name…
AIRBUS SAS (an EADS joint company with BAE Systems) Airbus Industrie set up 18 December 1970 as Groupement d'lnteret Economique (GIE: a company which makes no profits or losses in…
AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES Airtech was formed by CASA (now part of EADS) and IPTN (now known as Dirgantara) to devepop the CN-235 twin-turboprop transport; design and production was shared equally.…
General name for programme of study for future SST, more correctly SCTICSG (Supersonic Commercial Transport International Co-operation Study Group). Members (1992): Aerospatiale, Alenia, Boeing, British Aerospace, Deutsche Airbus, McDonnell Douglas…
AIRBUS MILITARY SAS Airbus Military was legally established in January 1999 as a 'Société par Actions Simplifiées' as the prospective manufacturer of the Airbus A400M, formerly known as the Future…
AMX INTERNATIONAL AMX production for the Italian and Brazilian air forces is now complete, but an order from Venezuela has still to be fulfilled. PARTICIPATING COMPANIES: Alenia (Italy) Aermacchi (Italy)…
AVIONS DE TRANSPORT REGIONAL INTEGRATED First Aerospatiale/Aeritalia (later Alenia) agreement July 1980; ATR programme started 4 November 1981; Groupement d'Intéret Economique (50:50 joint management company) formally established 5 February 1982…
Name of company formed 50/50 by British Aerospace and Taiwan Aerospace Corp. January 1993 to design, produce, market and support BAe Regional Jet family.
BELL/AGUSTA AEROSPACE COMPANY Bell and Agusta announced on 8 September 1998 that they had agreed to establish a joint venture to manage development of two new aircraft: the BA609 tiltrotor,…
Loose association between Beech and Hawker to market 'BH-125' executive jet in N. America 1969-75.
Original McDonnell Douglas Corporation (MDC) and Hawker Siddeley companies initially associated in 1969 through US procurement of BAe Harrier; relationship developed with US Navy selection of BAE Systems Hawk; both…
Formed jointly by British and Russian interests to co-ordinate design, manufacture and marketing of Tu-204-220.
Formerly part of British Aerospace, Corporate Jets Inc. and Arkansas Aerospace bought by Raytheon May 1993; 125 and 1000 marketing moving from Hatfield to Little Rock.
DASA and ANTKI Tupolev are leading this German/Russian group which also includes Dornier, Lufthansa, Max-Planck Institut, MBB and MTU, plus KKBM (engine bureau) and NIAT research institute in Russia on…
German-registered joint-programme company, 1991, owned 50% by DASA and 25% each by Aerospatiale and Alenia. Became Regioliner.
Explorer habitable aircraft funded by Bail Aviation, Lyon, commissioned by Hubert de Chevigny and designed Dean Wilson, flew April 1991.
Daewoo-Sikorsky Aerospace Ltd formed 1988 to produce S-76 and H-76 at new plant at Chang-Won.
EUROPEAN AERONAUTIC, DEFENCE AND SPACE COMPANY NV Decision to merge Aérospatiale-Matra of France and DASA of Germany was announced on 14 October 1999; previously mooted amalgamation of Spain's CASA with…
Team comprising E-Systems (USA), Burkhart Grob (Germany) and Garrett (USA) produced Egrett-1 proof-of-concept aircraft 1987 and D-500 surveillance aircraft 1989. Egrett II for service with Luftwaffe.
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