Utva Aviation Industry

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Lola-Utva Pančevo
TypePublic
IndustryLight military aircraft
FoundedZemun (1937)
HeadquartersPančevo, Serbia
Area servedWorldwide
Key peopleTomislav Bjelogrlić (Director)[1], Aleksandar Vučić (Serbian Minister of Defense)
ProductsLight military aircraft
Employees330 (2012)[2]
 
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Lola-Utva Pančevo
TypePublic
IndustryLight military aircraft
FoundedZemun (1937)
HeadquartersPančevo, Serbia
Area servedWorldwide
Key peopleTomislav Bjelogrlić (Director)[1], Aleksandar Vučić (Serbian Minister of Defense)
ProductsLight military aircraft
Employees330 (2012)[2]
Utva manufacturing plant

UTVA (also UTVA AIRCRAFT FACTORY) is a producer of general aviation aircraft propelled by piston engines and turboprops, including small personal or training aircraft, located in Pančevo, Serbia, founded in 1937. During the NATO air strikes against Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999 the factory was severely damaged. Utva in Serbian is the Ruddy Shelduck.

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Currently manufactured models

Lasta 95

The Lasta 95 (Swallow 95) series is a profile designed as a primary training aircraft.[3] The Iraqi Air Force became the first non-Serbian operator of the aircraft in 2010 and received 20 Lasta-95 aircraft.[4] The Serbian Air Force currently operates a total of 3 units and has another 12 on order.

Kobac

The Kobac ("Sparrow-Hawk" in Serbian)[5] is a light military aircraft currently in development whose first flight will take place in 2013.[6]

Types of produced planes

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