Shenyang Aircraft Corporation
Shenyang Aircraft Corporation or Shenyang Aerospace Corporation (Chinese: 沈阳飞机公司; pinyin: Shěnyáng fēijī gōngsī) is a Chinese civilian and military aircraft manufacturer located in Shenyang, a subsidiary of AVIC. Founded in 1951 as the classified 112 Factory, it is the oldest aircraft manufacturer in the People's Republic of China. Many aircraft manufacturers in China such as Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group or Guizhou Aircraft Industry Co. were founded with help from Shenyang. The company mainly focuses on designing and manufacturing civilian and military aircraft, as well as their related components including jet engines. It is also involved in the development of UAVs and drones.
|Headquarters||Shenyang, Liaoning, China|
Number of employees
|Parent||Aviation Industry Corporation of China|
Shenyang Aerospace has been cited for its success in developing China's second fifth-generation aircraft and stealth fighter jet, after Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group, and the first line of Chinese fighter jet engines. Its achievements, together with Chengdu Aircraft, led China to become the second country in the world (first in Asia) to possess fifth-generation and stealth technology, as well as the production of its own domestic engines.
Partnership with CessnaEdit
On 27 November 2007, Cessna announced that the Cessna 162 Light Sport Aircraft would be produced by the Shenyang Aircraft Corporation. The first production Cessna 162 took flight at Shenyang on 17 September 2009. The aircraft was not a success and production ended in January 2014 after 192 were sold.
- J-2, Chinese variant of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15.
- Shenyang J-5, Chinese variant of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17.
- Shenyang J-6, Chinese variant of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19.
- Chengdu J-7, Chinese variant of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21. Production was moved to Chengdu in the 1970s.
- Shenyang J-8, Indigenously developed 3rd generation fighter aircraft. NATO reporting name Finback.
- Shenyang J-11, Chinese variant of the Russian Sukhoi Su-27.
- Shenyang J-13, Cancelled air superiority fighter project.
- Shenyang J-15, Carrier-borne naval multirole fighter
- Shenyang J-16, Strike fighter aircraft
- Xian H-6 bomber: Chinese variant of the Soviet Tupolev Tu-16 Badger. Collaboration with Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation.
- Nanchang Q-5 fighter bomber. Designed in Shenyang and later moved to Nanchang Aircraft for production.
General aviation aircraftEdit
- Shenyang type 5: Chinese production version of the Russian Yakovlev Yak-12 utility aircraft.
- Cessna 162
- Associated Lyulka AL-31 turbofan engine
- Whole tail sections and cargo doors for Boeing
- Parts for Bombardier Aerospace (CSeries fuselage) and McDonnell Douglas
UAVs and DronesEdit
- Shenyang J-13: a cancelled 1971 Chinese light fighter aircraft
- ACAC consortium
- Aviation Industry Corporation of China
- Changhe Aircraft Industries Corporation
- Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group
- China Nanchang Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation
- Guizhou Aircraft Industry Co.
- Harbin Aircraft Industry Group
- Hongdu Aviation Industry Corporation
- People's Liberation Army Air Force
- Shaanxi Aircraft Company
- Shanghai Aviation Industrial Company
- Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation
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