Based in Prague, commenced its pilgrimage in Přerov at the end of 2014 with a clear goal, to put the timeless Blaník training glider back into the sky.
Its modern production facilities in Letňany, Prague and dozens of reconstructed Blaník L-13 gliders, which serve the next generations of glider pilots and are used for pilot training on several continents, are proof that it is succeeding in this goal.
Due to the positive developments of aviation manufacturers in the Czech Republic, technological development has again been revived. At present, the development of new fuel pumps is being completed, and work on new electro-hydraulic switchboards is continuing. In the production of gearboxes, participation in the project for the modernization of vehicles for important foreign customers is under preparation. In addition to these, the production of small parts for the automotive industry was launched as well.
From 20.07.2021 for a whole week, Blanik Aircraft, Aviation Technologies Holdings and Technometra Cesky Brod will be presenting gliders and components for light aircraft at MAKS-2021.
Projects of interest to potential customers include the new L-23NG airframes, as well as the upgraded L-13 airframes.
Aviation Technologies Holdings will also demonstrate competence in the development and testing of light aircraft chassis.
In turn, Technometra Český Brod, a manufacturer of aircraft components, will present a line of aircraft units, gearboxes, hydraulic and fuel components and filters. The company supplies units for the L-410 and L-39 aircraft.
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