Aeronáutica Industrial S.A.
Aeronáutica Industrial S.A. is a Spanish aeronautical company specialising in the maintenance and upgrading of helicopters. It was established in Madrid in 1923 and through the course of the 20th century manufactured a number of light aircraft designs including Cierva autogyros. In 1954, AISA purchased the Spanish manufacturer Iberavia and took over the I-11 light plane project, eventually building around 400 examples. In 1982 it attempted, unsuccessfully, to market an autogyro design of its own, the GN.
List of Aircraft
- González Gil-Pazó No. 1 (1931), two-seat trainer resembling in shape the Miles M.2 Hawk Trainer
- González Gil-Pazó GP-1 (1934), two-seat trainer, No. 1 with improved fuselage and wing. The Spanish Republican Air Force ordered 100 units, but they were not all delivered owing to the Spanish Civil War. A total of 40 units were built.
- González Gil-Pazó GP-2 (1935) GP-1 with closed cockpit and a slightly modified fuselage.
- González Gil-Pazó GP-4
- INTA HM.1 (1943),
- Iberavia I-11 (1951) - One-piston-engine two-seat trainer/touring aircraft with fixed tricycle undercarriage and side-by-side seating configuration. Two prototypes built
- AISA I-11B (1952) AISA production version of I-11, with smaller canopy and tailwheel undercarriage. Used by civil aviation clubs and the Spanish Air Force.
- AISA I-115 "E-6" (1950s) Variant of I-11B with revised fuselage incorporating tandem seating. Used by the Spanish Air Force
- AISA GN (1982) One-piston-engine four-seat autogyro prototype. One built; not produced
- Gunston, Bill (1993). World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. p. 20.
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