CCAI history

Tradition of the Czech aviation industry

  • 32,000 aircraft delivered
  • 37,000 aero engines delivered

The Czech Republic has long been focused on aircraft and aero engine design, development and production since its foundation in 1920s.

More than 6,500 military jet aircraft (L-29, L-39, L-59, L-159, MiG), 1,100
transport aircraft and thousands of agricultural and sport planes and gliders
were manufactured and delivered to customers.

 Military aircraft
  • 3,600  light training jets – L29 Dolphin aircraft
  • 3,000 advanced training jets – L39 Albatros aircraft
  • 3,700   MiG 15/17 (licensed production)
Civil aircraft
  • 1,100  commuter aircraft – L410 aircraft
General aviation aircraft
  • 8,000 aircraft with MTOM < 450 kg
  • 6,000 aircraft with MTOM > 450 kg
Others
  • 6,600 aircraft

 

L-29 Dolphin

 

The Confederation of the Czech Aviation Industry CCAI

reflects long history of Czech aviation and its specific culture.

  • Was established in 9th June 2011.
  • As a network of companies strengthening values for their customers, stakeholders, employees and society.

CCAI includes members, which are at the forefront of aerospace industry in the Czech Republic and which decided to work together to extract mutual benefits from joint collaboration, reinforce their expertise and state-of-the-art specialized activities, improve competitiveness and aviation qualifications across the local industry.

The CCAI foundation was a result of their members’ decision to be more responsive together to worldwide changes in the aviation industry, flexible to its customers with the widest product portfolio supporting business of their customers. By determining new priorities and challenges through action plans, members in CCAI have become more effective on the worldwide markets.

Please see attached a list of members and year of being a member of CCAI.