"Aviacor" - Aviation Plant, located in Samara. Included in the machine-building association "Russian Machines", controlled by industrial and financial group "Basic Element" Oleg Deripaska. Full name - Open Joint Stock Company "Aviacor - Aviation Plant".
Aircraft factory number 18 before the Great Patriotic War located in the city of Voronezh. The plant produced from March 1941 years IL-2 (storm troopers) and until July 1941 300 year produced about instances of this type of aircraft. 28.08.1941 by order number 922cs NCAP for the execution of the order number GKO GKO-594 from 27.08.1941 plan was normalized by the number of daily release 18 aircraft IL-2: fifteen in September, in October, sixteen, seventeen and eighteen in November and in December.
10.08.1941 issued an order number 1056ss NCAP to move the plant number 18 in the area under construction at the time of an aircraft factory number 295 near the city of Kuibyshev three kilometers from the station Bezymyanka (the construction was carried out by the Office of Special Construction of the People's Commissariat of Internal Affairs of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the forces of prisoners of labor Bezymyanka camp). Plant in October - November 1941 year was moved to a new location. Number and number 295 18 18 associate plant received number.
At the factory during the war (as well as many other enterprises of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) widely exploited labor of children, women, the disabled and pensioners. However, at the beginning of the plant did not have time for the necessary pace of release of aircraft, and Directors at Kuibyshev Aviation Plant number and number 18 1 telegram from Stalin IV:
You brought our Red Army and our country and pt
Until now, you do not happen to produce IL-2 pt Now IL-2 airplanes needed by our Red Army as bread as air pt one IL-2 day gives Shankman and MIG-3 gives Tretyakov one or two thing pt This is a mockery of the Red army of the country pt We need IL-2 instead of MIGs pt If otbrehnutsya thinks 18 plant on the country giving the day one of IL-2 he is mistaken and this punishment will incur pt I ask you not to withdraw s patience to the government and demand the release of more " IL 's pt pt Last warning
In a short time the necessary pace of aircraft production has been achieved. Samara plant during the war produced more than 15 thousand IL-2 (-attack aircraft airplanes), of 36 thousand built in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, thereby IL-2 and currently remains the most massive in the history of military aircraft. During the war, the factory activity has become the story line of the film "Particularly important task", released in the year 1979 "Mosfilm".
The plant in 1944-1949 years produced IL-10 (storm troopers).
The plant in 1957-1958 years 50 built in T-95M Tu-95 and (bombers, some of them 95MA Tu-Tu-95A - options for carriers of nuclear weapons), and then retrained to produce modified missile Tu-95K. Issue Tu-95K 1960 in mid-ies was discontinued.
The plant according to 1961 1965 years produced long-haul passenger aircraft Tu-114, built on the basis of Tu-95 (strategic bomber).
Plant from mid-1960's began to produce civilian aircraft Tu-154 (with 1968 year standard). Most of these aircraft (over a thousand planes), which with 1970-ies through early 2000-ies form the basis of Civil Aviation of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Russian Federation, it was produced at the plant.
JSC "Aviacor - Aviation Plant"
443052, Russia, Samara, ul. Zemetsa, 32
Tel. + 7 (846) 372-09-66,
Fax + 7 (846) 977-76-66
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