The Talleres Nacionales de Construcciones Aeronáuticas (TNCA) (national aviation workshops) was an aircraft manufacturer established outside Mexico City in 1915. TNCA closed in 1930, it was briefly revived in 1941 under the name Talleres Generales de Aeronáutica (TGA) and again in 1947.
The main designers were General Brigadier and engineer Juan Francisco Azcárate, and Italian engineer Francisco Santarini, who manufactured a variety of domestically-designed military aircraft, propellers and engines.
- TNCA Serie A - biplane.
- TNCA Serie C- biplane, powered by a Hispano-Suiza engine. Also called Microplano Veloz and Microbio.
- TNCA Serie D derived from the Bleriot and Morane-Saulnier aircraft.
- TNCA Serie E - biplane.
- TNCA Serie F derived from the Bleriot and Morane-Saulnier aircraft.
- TNCA Serie G derived from the Bleriot and Morane-Saulnier aircraft.
- TNCA Serie H - bomber, monoplane, high wing, double control.
- TNCA MWT-1
- TNCA TTS-5
- 3-E-130 - monoplane nicknamed Tololoche.
- TNCA 4-E-131 Quetzalcoatl
- TNCA O-E-1 Azcárate
- Avro 504 - built under license and called Avro Anáhuac.
- Corsair O2U-4A - built under license and named Corsario Azcárate.
- The first aircraft engine manufactured in Mexico starting on 1917. The engine was an air-cooled radial and was built in versions of three, six (80 hp) and ten cylinders.
- SS México
- National design and manufacture.
- A three-cylinder, 45 hp engine.
- Anzani, Gnome and Hispano-Suiza
- Built by TNCA in Mexico under licence.
- Microplano Veloz
- TNCA Salinas: El primer tanque mexicano
- Esfecificaciones precisas: Airplane Engine Encyclopedia: An Alphabetically Arranged Glenn Dale Angle. Published 1921 by The Otterbein press. Original from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA.
- Motores Trébol y Aztatl
- Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional - Material Aéreo Histórico I
- Gunston, Bill (1993). World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. p. 301.
- Mexican aviation Aztec Anachronism