The most popular Czech pre-war veteran, which got the nickname “Czech Jaguar” due to its appearance.
The smallest car produced in interwar Czechoslovakia.
Car that was compared to Ferrari because of its high maximum speed. It was still on Czechoslovak roads a quarter of a century after its production had finished.
The first airplane owned by Czechoslovak Airlines and also the first Czechoslovak airplane designed exclusively for civilian transport.
A small Czechoslovak aircraft intended for flying over the Atlantic Ocean.
The first Czechoslovak aircraft to fly over the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of the most successfully exported airplanes.
The first Czechoslovak helicopter, manufactured by Aero Vodochody in the 1950s. It was one of the lightest helicopters in the world at the time.
Jet aircraft serving in the armed forces of the Czech Republic. The first aircraft in its category to fight the Islamic State.
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.
A small Czechoslovak post-war car, a star of European rallies.
The largest aircraft manufacturer in the Czech Republic. It currently manufactures parts for Airbus and Boeing airplanes.
Czech aircraft manufacturer from Kunovice in the Zlín Region. The company’s most successful aircraft is L-410 Turbolet, with more than 1,200 aircraft produced, the most in the history of Czechoslovak and Czech industry.
World-famous Czech company developing antivirus software. In 2017, every fifth device in the world used their antivirus software.
Internationally acclaimed software company producing the world famous antivirus software AVG, commonly used on mobile devices around the world.
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.
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