Until 1982 a subsidiary of the Philippines Aerospace Development Corporation (q.v.), which began assembly and license-manufacture of MBB (q.v.) BO 105 helicopters in 1974. Later that year a contract was signed with Britten- Norman (q.v.) for the assembly and eventual manufacture of the BN-2A Islander, and for the development and marketing of an amphibious version. Assembly of Islanders began in 1976 from sets of parts from the U.K.. In 1978 a four-seat utility aircraft was developed in conjunction with the Philippine Government's National Sciences Development Board. 1982 closure.

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