The aerospace Company, located in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi and in Handa City, Aichi, has been involved in the development and production of various aircrafts. In the area of commercial airplanes businesses, the Aerospace Company has been participating the international joint development of Boeing 767 and 777. With the achievements of two programs, the Aerospace Company takes part in the development and production of the center wing of Boeing 787 and integration of the center wing and main landing gearwheel well structure. Utilizing the technologies and experiences accumulated in many years, the Aerospace Company plays a key role in development and production of unmanned utility vehicles (UAVs) in Japan. The Aerospace Company has developed the Flying Forward Observation System (FFOS) and the unmanned aircraft research system for the Japan Ministry of Defense (MOD). The Aerospace Company also takes part in the research of unmanned supersonic aircrafts conducted by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). The Aerospace Company delivers many fixed-wing aircrafts to MOD as the prime contractor. The delivers of these aircrafts stated with the T-1 trainer, the Japan first postwar domestically produced jet trainer and cumulative deliveries continues with the deliveries of the T-5 (primary trainer of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force), the T-7 (primary trainer of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force), and the U-125/U-125A (search and rescue aircraft of Japan Air Self-Defense Force). In the field of helicopters business, the Aerospace Company currently manufactures UH-1J utility helicopters and the AH-64D (production license from Boeing) as the only attack helicopter manufacturer in Japan. In addition the Aerospace Company performs operational supports for helicopters operated by the Japan Coast Guard, local governments and police. With accumulated innovative and advanced technologies, the Aerospace Company challenges in new fields, and to enhance its presence in worldwide.
AH-64D attack helicopter/UH-1J utility helicopter/T-5 primary trainer/The unmanned utility vehicle/The center wing of Boeing 777/The center wing of Boeing 787