Advanced Amphibious Aircraft was established as international program to develop a twin-turboprop amphibian for various civil and military roles, including fire-fighting, surveillance, pollution control, search and rescue and transportation. Original concept by Alenia of Italy and Dornier of Germany, with Alenia undertaking initial research from 1990 to 1992; Germany withdrew 1992 but program joined by Hellenic Aerospace Industry, Yugoslav Directorate of Supply and Procurement, and Per Udsen of Denmark, with SOKO of Yugoslavia and OGMA of Portugal as associate members of the program. Program put on hold in 1994.

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