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In 1997 Aviatika withdrew from the Design Bureau of Moscow Aviation Institute (Aviatikas) program, after which the manufacturer of Aviatika lightplanes became known as KB MAI.

Aircraft include Aviatika-MAI-890 single-seat very-light multipurpose pusher monoplane (first flown in 1990 as MAI-89 prototype), also available in autogyro and training glider forms, Aviatika-MAI-900 Acrobat single-seat aerobatic competition monoplane (first flown 1993), and Aviatika-MAI 910 two-seat recreational and utility cabin Iightplane (first flown 1995), with 960 development having a thicker tailboom.


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