Legend
Continues

Czech Sport Aircraft is focused on the research, design, development and production of Light Sport Aircraft for basic and advanced flight training, pilot training, general recreational use and air tourism.

KEEPING TRADITIONS

Czech Sport Aircraft formally entered the market in 2009. We have built on almost 80 years of aviation experience provided by the historical design, development and production that took place in the city of Kunovice.

INNOVATION

Czech Sport Aircraft is dedicated to innovation and technological excellence in its production processes. The Dynon Skyview HDX features improved displays, beautiful design and unrivaled control ergonomics.

HIGH COMFORT

Boasting the most spacious and ergonomic cockpit in the Light Sport Aircraft category and a level of comfort that is second to none, together with ease of control and endurance, the aircraft is widely appreciated as the perfect platform for both flight training and recreational use.

PROMOTING SAFETY

Our vision is to develop, design and produce state-of-the-art Light Sport Aircraft whilst also providing the highest possible level of safety and reliability.

SIAF 2017 OFFICIALY STARTED


Cruiser Aircraft EU is very excited to be able to introduce to you our Cruiser Academy together with our special red PS-28 Cruiser at the Slovak International Air Fest SIAF 2017.

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2nd place at the Fliegermagazin Awards


The Fliegermagazin Award bronze trophies - in the form of paper-based aircraft - were awarded for the best products in up to ten categories for the sixth time this year.

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The Sport Cruiser is used extensively for flight training around the world.

The SportCruiser is certified in the USA LSA category and can be operated in countries recognising this LSA category e.g. the USA, South Africa, Australia and some parts of South America. Current statistics show that around 70% of aircraft delivered by Czech Sport Aircraft are used by flight schools in a basic and advanced training role as well as for time building.

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The PS-28 Cruiser is used extensively for flight training in Europe.

The PS-28 Cruiser is Type Certified for VFR Day operations according to EASA LSA regulations and can be fully commercially operated in all EASA countries or in countries where the PS-28 Cruiser obtained local CAA Type Certification. In April 2012, the PS-28 Cruiser was the very first aircraft to receive certification in the brand new category of Light Sport Aircraft with European General Aviation.

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Low operational costs

Life cycle costs represent one of the key factors in the decision making process in any new aircraft acquisition.

The new generation SportCruiser has the lowest opera- tional costs in its class and can provide considerable benefits to flight school operations when compared to older or different categories of aircraft. Our ongoing modernization process, integration of up-to-date technologies and highly competitive acquisition cost the SportCruiser a very attractive option for all user groups.

Easy maintenance

Due to the intelligent construction of the aircraft coupled with smart design elements and applied technologies, the SportCruiser is perceived by the operators as a very easy maintainable aircraft. The simplified maintenance procedures make the SportCruiser an ideal solution specifically for flight schools and operators of large fleets.

Solid and reliable structure

Czech Sport Aircraft currently holds both Production Organisation Approval (Part 21) and Design Organisation Approval (Part 21) issued by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The company‘s technological excellence, long term experience and dedication to innovation make Czech Sport Aircraft a leader in the Light Sport Aircraft segment of the present General Aviation market. Thanks to the all-metal structure, selected materials and modern processes involved in the production of the SportCruiser, the aircraft is a very solid and reliable air vehicle perfectly suited to highly frequent exploitation in the flight training role.

Most spacious & refined cockpit in its class

The SportCruiser boasts by far the most spacious and ergonomic cockpit in its class and a level of comfort and refinement that is second to none. The first-class choice of fabric and leather upholstery, advanced on-board climate control and defogging systems together with the easy control and high endurance of the aircraft provide for the SportCruiser being widely recognized as also a true cross-country aircraft.

Flexibility of luggage space guaranteed

The SportCruiser boasts by far the most spacious and ergonomic cockpit in its class and a level of comfort and refinement that is second to none. The first-class choice of fabric and leather upholstery, advanced on-board climate control and defogging systems together with the easy control and high endurance of the aircraft provide for the SportCruiser being widely recognized as also a true cross-country aircraft.

Legend
Continues

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about us

Czech Sport Aircraft is focused on the research, design, development and production of Light Sport Aircraft for basic and advanced flight training, basic military pilot training, general recreational use and air tourism.

Czech Sport Aircraft is located in the city of Kunovice in the heart of the Moravian aviation valley where, from 1954 up to the present day, several aircraft have been designed, developed and manufactured. The company was formed in 2009 adding to almost 80 years of aviation pedigree and history in the city of Kunovice.

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History

Czech Sport Aircraft’s headquarters and main production facility is located in the city of Kunovice in the heart of the Moravian aviation valley.

The dawn of the aviation industry in Kunovice came in 1934 when a group of aviation enthusiasts opened a small workshop and started to build gliders. In 1936 the famous Czech aviation company AVIA opened its factory in the city of Kunovice. During WWII the factory operated as a repair facility for Junkers and Arado aircraft and after the war also Spitfires and Lavochkins.

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