Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company

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Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Industrial Company (HESA), (Persian: (شرکت صنایع هواپیماسازی ایران (هسا‎) , is an Iranian aircraft production company. Established in 1976, it belongs to the Iran Aviation Industries Organization (IAIO) and is located at Shahinshahr, Isfahan. The company has thousands of square meters of available grounds and 250,000 square meters of shops and hangars are allocated to A/C part manufacturing, assembling, laboratories, flight test facilities and shops of preparation for production.[1]

The original factory, built by Textron, was to produce Bell 214s of different configurations in Iran with a deal that involved several hundred helicopters and technology transfers. Reportedly the contract was so huge that a new Textron division had to be founded to meet Iranian demands and handle the program with Major General Delk M. Oden as president. The work ended due to the Iranian Revolution and subsequent sanctions against Iran.

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  • Manufacturing IrAn-140 passenger plane with Ukrainian cooperation.
  • Designing and manufacturing parachute recovery system for Ababil drone.[2]
  • Manufacturing Shahed-278 helicopter
  • Manufacturing Zafar-300 helicopter[3][4]
  • Manufacturing Shahed-274 helicopter
  • Manufacturing Shahed-285 helicopter
  • Manufacturing Dorna training aircraft
  • Manufacturing Karrar UCAV
  • Manufacturing propeller with composite materials
  • Hovercraft repairs
  • Manufacturing parts
  • Manufacturing Azarakhsh fighter jet
  • Manufacturing Saeqeh fighter jet
  • Developing Shafaq Light Trainer/Light Attack/Light Fighter
  • Developing Sofreh Mahi
  • Simorgh: The Simorgh (هواپيماي سيمرغ) is a HESA-built two-seat Northrop F-5A to F-5B conversion. It was first flown in Iran Kish Air Show 2005, and two have been built.[5]

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