The first Czechoslovak aircraft to fly over the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of the most successfully exported airplanes.
Jet trainer aircraft manufactured by Aero Vodochody between 1963 and 1974. It became the first standard aircraft of its type in the air forces of the Warsaw Pact countries.
Jet trainer developed by Aero Vodochody between 1971 and 1996. Even 50 years after its introduction, it is the most widely used jet trainer in the world and a symbol of success of Czechoslovak aircraft engineering.
The most commonly used agricultural aircraft in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s. It was exported to virtually every continent in the world and it also served in the army as ambulance aircraft.
Fighter monoplane manufactured by Avia between 1938 and 1942. It was the most advanced Czechoslovak aircraft, mass produced before the end of the Second World War.
Fighter biplane manufactured by Avia between 1933 and 1939. It was the most numerous and well-known airplane of the Czechoslovak Air Force between the two world wars.
The best interwar acrobatic aircraft. During the Second World War, it was used by Germany and by the Soviet Union.
Passenger aircraft used for international flights by Czechoslovak State Airlines between the two world wars.
Post-war version of the legendary German fighter aircraft Messerschmitt Bf 109 produced between 1947 and 1949 by Avia. For several years, it was the backbone of Czechoslovak Air Force’s fighter fleet and it played an important role in Israel’s struggle for independence.
Interwar aircraft that was successful in many different races. A new unit was produced in Mladá Boleslav after almost 80 years from the beginning of the production of the original.
Aircraft from Kunovice that is popular around the world. Hundreds of units fly on almost all continents.
Modern aircraft intended for aero clubs and flight schools. Evektor aircraft are a combination of excellent flight characteristics, low operating costs, modern design and affordable price.
Czech glider, the most common and frequently used glider in the world. It is still in service, half a century since its introduction.
Czechoslovak twin-motor light airplane produced between 1957 and 1964. It was exported to almost every continent and in 2008 it reached the North Pole.
Twin-engine high-wing short-range transport aircraft, often used for passenger transport. It has been produced without interruptions since the early 1970s. More than 1,200 aircraft have been produced and they are in service in more than 50 countries.
Aircraft manufacturer with headquarters in Letňany, Prague. The company was founded in 1918 by the Ministry of Defence of the Czechoslovak Republic and is one of the oldest aircraft manufacturers in Central Europe. It currently produces components for the most famous aircraft manufacturers in the world, such as Airbus and Boeing.
Simple, light and economic sports four-seat aircraft. It holds several Czechoslovak and world records.
Czechoslovak single-engine aircraft manufactured by ČKD Praga in the 1930s in Great Britain.
The first mass-produced aircraft manufactured in Czechoslovakia. Its successful development significantly influenced the future of the domestic aircraft industry.
Czechoslovak single-engine aircraft of mixed construction with a fixed landing gear. It is one of the best acrobatic aircraft in the world.
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