Zmaj producedunder license in 1935, one Cruiser II.
Hawker Fury Series II
Zmaj, built 16 Fury aircraft for the Royal Yugoslav Air Force.
The updated single-seat fighter designed for Yugoslavia is equipped with a Kestrel XVI piston engine, boasting a power output of 745 horsepower (556 kW).
It is also outfitted with a low drag radiator and a Dowty cantilever undercarriage, featuring internally sprung wheels.
Additionally, there is provision for two machine guns to be mounted under the wings.
Zmaj built under license 20 Hurricanes.
Following the cessation of hostilities, many of these aircraft were subsequently utilized by the SFR Yugoslav Air Force.
Zmaj built one two-seat low-wing monoplane version with mixed metal-wooden construction for the Royal Yugoslav Navy.
Zmaj license built 20 GL.2’s during 1929/30, and another 6 in 1933 for the Royal Yugoslav Air Force.
Zmaj license built 3 D.27 fighter aircraft for the Royal Yugoslav Air Force.
Hanriot HD.41H Hydro
Zmaj built 10 HD.41H Hydro’s for the Royal Yugoslav Navy.
Zmaj built 45 HD.320’s with 3 different engines, the choices being: Salmson 9Ac, Siemens Sh12 or Walter NZ-120 for the Yugoslav Air Force.
Sources One Hundred Years of the Serbian Air Force, 1912-2012-Miroslav Jandrić. Short History of Aviation in Serbia-Čedomir Janić & Ognjan Petrović. Yugoslav Fighter Colours, 1918-1941, Vol 1-Ognjan Petrovic & Djordie Nikolic. Yugoslav Fighter Colours, 1918-1941, Vol 2-Ognjan Petrovic & Djordie Nikolic. Serbian Aviation, 1912 – 1918 – Srpska Avijatika.