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Smolensk aircraft plant

Smolensk aircraft plant

 

 

SmAZ (Open Joint Stock Company "Smolensk Aircraft Plant") - aircraft construction enterprises, located in Smolensk.

Along with the Saratov Aviation Plant in the Soviet era it was one of the foci of the serial production development of Yakovlev Design Bureau (passenger Yak-42sports Yak-18T). Engaged in 1990-s own development, but the main occupation of the plant at the moment is the maintenance and repair of previously manufactured liners, supply for other aviation enterprises of aviation components. He is a member of the Tactical Missile Weapons Association. The number of employees as of December 2012 1690 has reached people.

Smolensk aircraft plant

 

Key dates in the history of the plant

 

  • Aircraft repair plant number 3 1926 - 1928);
  • Plant number 35 NKAP USSR (1928 - 1941);
  • Work under the leadership of plant number 1, the city of Kuibyshev (1941 - 1944);
  • On the site of the evacuated plant number 35 in Smolensk, an aircraft plant number 475 MAP (NKAP) of the USSR was created (1944 - 1966);
  • Smolensk MAP USSR Machine-Building Plant (1967 - 1974);
  • Smolensk Aircraft Plant MAP USSR (1974 - 1993);
  • The company was renamed to JSC "Smolensk Aircraft Plant» (01.07.1993)
  • The company was renamed to OAO "Smolensk Aircraft Plant» (1996)
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At the plant in 1956-1985 he worked Anatoly Romanov, Hero of Socialist Labor.

 

Smolensk aircraft plant

 

activity

 

  • On 08.11.1926/3/XNUMX, the grand opening of the Smolensk aircraft repair plant number XNUMX took place.
  • In 1927 the plant mastered the repair of the I-2, R-1, R-5, I-3, TB-1, R-6 aircraft, and the M-11, M-5, M-34 and M-17 aircraft engines.
  • According to order No. 28/182 on the Main Aviation Administration of the People's Commissariat of Heavy Industry on 28.05.1934/39/35, the BOC (Bureau of Special Designs) was transferred from plant number XNUMX named after Menzhinsky to plant number XNUMX, the main task of which was the design and implementation of aircraft for ultra-long-range and stratospheric flights. Chizhevsky V.A. was appointed the chief designer of the plant. 
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Smolensk aircraft plant

 

  • In 1935 - 1936 the plant took part in the production of the USSR-1bis (stratospheric balloon), BOK-1 (stratoplane with a pressurized cabin), BOK-5 (a flying wing aircraft, BOK-7 (high-altitude experimental aircraft) BOK-15 ( record aircraft for a round-the-world flight), USSR-2 and USSR-3 (stratospheric balloon gondolas).
  • BOC in February 1938 Podlipki was transferred to the Moscow region of Smolensk and was incorporated into the design bureau number 29.
  • In 1938-1939, the plant established repairs for I-15, SB, I-16 aircraft, M-25, M-100 engines. 

 

Smolensk aircraft plant

 

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