Czech Sport Aircraft has dispatched another two new aircraft last week. Both SportCruisers are equiped with Dynon SkyView Avionic touch screens and slate-grey leather interior. Aircraft are already on their way to USA where they will further improve our excellent...read more
We cordially invite all SportCruiser pilots to participate at VFR FLIGHT to...read more
This week we dispatched another two new SportCruiser aircraft. Both aircraft are equiped with SkyView touch screen digital avionics, ballistic recovery system and slate-grey leather interior and will serve the clients in the United States of...read more
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.
The SportCruiser 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.
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.