Voenno-Promyshlennyi Komplex Moscow Aviation Production Organization can trace its lineage to 1893 and the original factory in Moscow. Constructed French Nieuports and Farmans during First World War, and in 1918 was named State Aircraft Works No. 1. Retitled MAPO in 1991 and in 1996 became MIG "MAPO" (Military Industrial Group 'MAPO') as state-owned concern comprising MAPO "MiG" (see Mikoyan and Gurevich), Kamov and several other important Russian aviation-related companies and organizations.
In 1997 Myasishchev Design Bureau was added, giving rise to MIG "MAPO-M" title. In addition to combat aircraft production and development of transports, also manufactures smaller civil aircraft such as Aviatika-890, T-101 Grach, I-1L, and IL-103 for others, plus maintenance and servicing.