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 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.
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 30% 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.
We would like to invite you to join us at Farnborough Air Show, which takes place in Farnborough, UK, from 11th to 17th. You will find us in Czech National stand...read more
We would like to proudly present our new Corporate Identity design comprising face-lifted company logo and brand new aircraft logos. We have switched black & yellow to new, fresh, attractive colors – white with a dash of vibrant red with the objective to...read more
Another brand new aircraft had left our company gates on 23rd June. Two SportCruisers painted in yellow and light blue, equiped with Dynon avionic are heading to USA.read more