ZAKŁADY LOTNICZE 3XTRIM Sp. z o.o. (3Xtrim Aircraft Factory) Company was formed in 1996 as WNKL A Kurbiel (former President, who died in July 2000), changing to its present title…
AERO Sp. z o.o. Company formed in 1994. Three P.220 Panda kits were ordered from Aerotechnik of Czech Republick that year, being given Polish designation suffix AT-2 (AT-1 having been…
FUNDACJA AGROLOT (Agrolot Foundation) This foundation (established 1990) is responsible for the PZL-126P Mrówka programme previously managed by PZL Warszawa-Okecie. The prototype made its maiden flight in October 2000, some…
Aircraft branch of Marko-Elektronic formed to build Jaroslav Janowski's fifth design, glassfibre J-5, marketed in kit form; US distributor Alpha/USA Aviation.
Major between-wars company, established Poznan 11 August 1923 as Wielkopolska Wytwórnia Samolotów Sp Akc. Chief designer Ryszard Bartel produced succession of sound Hanriot-derived biplane trainers (BM.2-BM.6) and one monoplane fighter…
Jozef Borzecki of Wroclaw built ultralight 1968.
PZL-Warszawa works at Okecie was prefixed 1976-82 by Centrum Naukowo-Produkcyjne Samolotow Lekkich = light aircraft science and production centre.
Centralne Studium Samolotów, aeroplane research centre, established 1946 to develop primary trainer, aerobatic trainer and light transport. First, CSS.10A, flown 3 September 1948; 2nd, CSS.10C, flown 25 April 1949; followed…
Central Warsztatach Lotniczych, central workshops of air force, built WZXN.1 2-seat fighter/recon biplane 1926.
Not normally abbreviated, aeronautical experimental works at Warsaw Okęcie was put at disposal of Warsaw tech high school 1933 to produce school's designs.
EADS PZL Warszawa-Okęcie S.A. Okęcie factory founded in 1928; currently occupies 279,373 m² (3,007,140 sq ft) site with 88,691 m² (954,660 sq ft) covered area. Responsible for light aircraft development…
Ekolot's product range includes the JK-02 Fafik sailplane and the JK-03 Junior, JK-04 RS Albatros and JK-05 Beetle ultralights.
Gabriel Brothers produced several light aircraft 1924-30, notably P.5 parasol single-seater.
First 3 Polish aircraft were monoplanes of general Blériot type constructed 1911-13.
INSTYTUT LOTNICTWA (Aviation Institute) Founded 1926; recognised as main design, research and development centre for Polish government organisations and aviation industry; conducts scientific research, including investigation of problems associated with…
Jaroslaw Janowski, Lodz, built J-1 Don Quixote 1970 and J-2 Polonez 1976 single-seat ultralights, both powered by Saturn 2-stroke flat-twin of his design.
Kazimierz Jarzab built light aircraft 1981.
Licence-MiG designation of MiG-15 and -17 versions produced at Mielec.
After Second World War Polish aircraft industry state-controlled, assigning production to PZL factories but permitting design and development to be undertaken by Lotnicze Warsztaty Doswiadczaine (LWD), or aircraft experimental workshops,…
Lubelska Wytwórnia Samolotów Sp Akc established Lublin 1935, taking over offices and factory of Plage i Laśkiewicz. First product actually built was LWS.2, high-wing ambulance designed by Zbyslaw Ciolkosz, prototype…
Marian Maj built light aircraft 1969-70.
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