Aeronáutica Industrial S.A.
|Founder||Jorge Loring Martinez|
The predecessor company was founded by Jorge Loring Martinez in Cuatro Vientos near Madrid in 1924. Aeronáutica Industrial S.A. was established in 1934 and through the course of the 20th century manufactured a number of light aircraft designs including Cierva autogyros.
In 1954, AISA purchased Spanish manufacturer Iberavia and took over the I-11 light plane project, eventually building around 400 examples. For a time it specialised in the maintenance and upgrading of helicopters. 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), also known as Huarte Mendicoa HM-1 after its designer.
- 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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