Produced V.55 tandem-seat high-wing aircraft, flown 1959.
Boris Cijan won 1946 air force contest for design of light trainer. C-3 Trojka flown October 1947.
This company at Erdevik attempting to develop PPA-1 and -2 ag-aircraft with respectively 1 and 2 ducted propellers; thwarted by civil war in former Yugoslavia.
Croatian Rudolf Fizir produced AF.2 2-seat amphibian, 2 pusher 100-hp Walter radial, January 1931.
First aircraft manufacturer in unified country, Ikarus Tvornica Aero i Hydroplana inaugurated 1924 at Novi Sad by German industrialist Hugo Stinnes, making SM 2-seat flying-boat designed by Josef Mickl. Produced…
Originally known as Letov works, this Ljubljana factory built sailplanes (notably Orao series), LK-1 Auster-like 4-seater (5 January 1955) and Debonair-like KB-11 Branko 1959. Merged into LIBIS 1960.
Formed 1947 at Ljubljana as Letalski Konstrokcijski Biro at Higher Technical School. Several prototypes and sailplanes plus KB-6 Matajur tourer/trainer. Merged 1960 with Institut 'Branko Ivanus' to form Letalski Institut…
Initials from Letalski Institut 'Branko Ivanus' Slovenija: see Letalski.
M. Mitrovich was one of most famous designers in Yugoslavia 1928-40, one type built in modest numbers being MMS.3 light transport with tail carried on booms behind 2 x 130-hp…
Pipistrel originated in mid-1980s when partners Ivo Boscarol and Bojan Sajovic began building flex-wing trikes. First major design was Ajdovščina, of which 32 built between 1989 and December 1992, including…
Prva Srpska Fabrika Aeroplana Zivojin Rogojarsky was established 1925 in Belgrade, first Serbian aircraft factory. Built for Yugoslav air force Brandenburg biplane trainer, RWD.8, and indigenous Rogojarsky types. First was…
Destroyed in Second World War, Yugoslav industry slowly recovered under nationalized control. Preduzece SOKO formed 1951, building Westland Whirlwind and later Gazelle helicopters under licence. In 1957 began design of…
UTVA formed at Zemun, 5 June 1937; to Pančevo 1939. The first company title was UTVA Fabrika Aviona. First major product UTVA-56 4-seat monoplane (22 April 1959). Over 20 derived…
Vazduhoplovno Tehnicki Institut, Zarkovo, near Belgrade, provided about half design engineers for Jurom Orao/IAR-93: see SOKO/Avioane.
Among several government projects of 1930s, most important aircraft to fly was Pionir monoplane for prone-pilot research, with 2 x 55-hp Mikron III, designed by Major Dragoljub at Beslin 1940.…
Fabrica Aeroplana I Hydroplana Zmaj (Zmaj = dragon) founded Zemun near Belgrade 1927 by Jovan Petrovic to produce Dewoitine D 27 parasol fighter, Hanriot 41 trainer biplane and possibly LGL…