Aerotecknik CZ Sro
On January 1, 1970 the company Aerotechnik was established. The main scope of business was development and manufacturing of small aircraft. Single-seat and two-seat versions of A-70 gyroplane belonged among the first designs.
Since 1972 Aerotechnik has extended its scope of business on overhauling, maintenance and rebuilding of small GA aircraft (Zlín aircraft series, L-60 Brygadýr). Service activities of Zlin aircraft was terminated in mid 90´s.
After Aerotechnik merged with Evektor - an aircraft and automotive design company in Czech Republic, Aerotechnik was transformed into the share holding company Evektor-Aerotechnik in 1999. Evektor-Aerotechnik is based in Kunovice airport in the Czech Republic.
Production of light sport aircraft and advanced UL aircraft was launched in 1996, starting with P220UL Koala aircraft and followed by EV-97 Eurostar (introcuced in 1997) and SportStar aircraft programes. Evektor SportStar became the very first light sport aircraft in the world approved by FAA in USA in 2004.
Also offers the P 220 UL sports two-seater in kit form in light and ultralight versions, and is marketing the braced high-wing two-seat Fox (a variant of the German Ikarusflug Eurofox, with Evektor of the Czech Republic having undertaken important design work, and Aeropro of Slovakia building airframes for Fox and Eurofox).
In 1997–2004 Evektor-Aerotechnik was participating in subdeliveries of airframe parts in program of single engine turboprop Aero 270 of Aero Vodochody. In 2004 the company introduced single engine four-seater VUT100 Cobra and in 2010 new modern twin engine turboprop Evektor EV-55 Outback made roll-out followed by first flight in 2011., and Aeropro of Slovakia building airframes for Fox and Eurofox).