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  1. Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing ( TAM ), also known as JSC Tbilaviamsheni (formerly known as 31st aviation factory), is a Georgian aerospace development and manufacturing company, which also partially manufactures APCs and IFVs. Su-25KM Scorpion Contents 1 History 2 Current capabilities 3 Customers 4 References 5 External links History [ edit]

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  2. Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing ( TAM ), also known as JSC Tbilaviamsheni (formerly known as 31st aviation factory), is a Georgian aerospace development and manufacturing company, which also partially manufactures APCs and IFVs. Su-25KM Scorpion Contents 1 History 2 Current capabilities 3 Customers 4 References 5 External links History [ edit]

    • December 12, 1941
    • 191, Monk Gabriel Salosi Ave., 0144, Tbilisi, Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia
  3. Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing , also known as JSC Tbilaviamsheni , is a Georgian aerospace development and manufacturing company, which also partially manufactures APCs and IFVs. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing .

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    Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing (TAM), also known as JSC Tbilaviamsheni, is a Georgian aerospace development and manufacturing company, which also partially handles the construction of domestic weapons, armoured vehicles and artillery systems. TAM has trained a number of their production supervision, employees and engineers in long-term training pro...

    Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing (former Tbilisi Aircraft State Association) was established on December 15, 1941. In the early days of World War II the aircraft factories of Taganrog and Sevastopol (Ukraine) were moved to Tbilisi, Georgia. Soon after the move, Tbilisi Aircraft State Association (TAM) launched the production of its first fighter airc...

    TAM has been upgraded and added several additional plants to fulfill the needs of the military, which took complete directorate over the company in 2009. That however does not prevent the factory to continue the production of civilian aircraft. This is the current line of production: Civilian Aircraft Tam Jet -(four seated private jet) Elit Jet -(s...

  5. Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing (former Tbilisi Aircraft State Association) was established on December 15, 1941. In the early days of World War II the aircraft factories of Taganrog and Sevastopol were moved to Tbilisi, Georgia. Soon after the move, Tbilisi Aircraft State Association (TAM) launched the production of its first fighter aircraft ...

  6. JSC “TAM” - Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing was established on December 15, 1941. At the start of the World War II, Taganrog (Russia) and Sevastopol (Ukraine) aviation plants were evacuated in Tbilisi. Soon after the evacuation TAM began production of its first fighter aircraft LaGG-3.

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