Intreprinderea de Constructii Aeronautice was the Brasov unit of the Centrala Industrial Aeronautica Romana (q.v.), formed by reorganization of the national aircraft industry in 1968. Undertook repair and overhaul of light aircraft; built aircraft of its own design, such as the IAR-824 sixseat general-purpose light aircraft and IS-28/IS-29 sailplanes, manufactured Aerospatiale SA 316B Alouette III helicopters under license, participated in license-construction of the Britten-Norman BN-2A Islander and carried out series production of nationally designed aircraft. Name changed to IAR-SA Brasov (q.v.) in 1991.

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