Cicaré Helicópteros

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Cicaré S.A.
Sociedade Anônima
Industry Aerospace
Founded 1972
Headquarters Argentina
Key people
Fernando Cicaré
Products Helicopters, aircraft components

Cicaré Helicópteros S.A. (originally Cicaré Aeronáutica S.A.) is an Argentine helicopter manufacturer founded by Augusto Cicaré in Buenos Aires in the 1970s to develop aircraft of his own design. A number of prototypes were constructed, including one under contract from the Argentine Air Force, but no great successes were achieved until the CH-7 light sporting helicopter in the 1990s. In March 2007 the first prototype of Cicaré CH-14 a light helicopter for the Argentine army was ready.

On March 18, 2010 they presented the CH-7B and CH-12[1] during the EAA Argentina Annual Meeting.[2]


Former Products:

Cicare CK.1/CH-3 Colibri
  • CH-1 (1961)
  • CH-2 (1964)
  • CH-3 Colibri (1976)
  • CH-4 (1982)
  • CH-5 AG (1986)
  • CH-6 (1987)
  • CH-7 (1991)
  • CH-7 ANGEL (1991)
  • CH-8 UL (1993)
  • CH-9 (1995)
  • CH-6T (1999)

Commercial Products

Cicaré CH-7B

Military Products in Development

Cicare CH-14 Aguilucho at the "Day of the Army Aviation 2007", Campo de Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

See also[edit]


  • Gunston, Bill (1993). World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. p. 78. 

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