Utva

Utva (English wild duck) is an aircraft factory (Serbo-Croatian fabrika aviona) located in Pančevo, near Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro (ex Yugoslavia), first founded in 1937 in Zemun, known of its light sporting and training aircraft. The whole number of produced aircrafts is over 900. In 1996 factory immerged with a Lola factory from Železnik and it is today known as Lola-Utva.

During the NATO air strikes against Yugoslavia in 1999 factory was severely damaged.

Types of produced planes:

  • 212
  • 213 'Vihor' ('Storm')
  • Aero-3
  • Trojka
  • 56
  • 60
    • 60-AT1
    • 60-AT2
    • 60-AG (agricultural versions)
    • 60-AM (air ambulance)
    • 60H (float plane)
    • 60 V-51
  • 65
    • 65 'Privrednik' ('Agriculturalist')
    • 65 'Privrednik'-IO
    • 65 'SuperPrivrednik'-350
  • 66
    • 66-AM (air ambulance)
    • 66H
    • 66V
    • 66 Super STOL
  • 75
    • 75A21
    • 75A41
    • 75AG11
    • 75 V-53
  • 'Lasta' ('Swallow')
  • Utva 96
  • Mini UAV Raven
  • Medium UAV

Link:
http://www.utvaaviation.co.yu



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