The Zlin Z-50 series of high-performance aerobatic monoplanes was introduced to the Moravan Narodni Podnik of Otrokovice range of light Zlin aircraft in 1976 and was successful for some years in unlimited aerobatic competition.
The Trener / Trener Master series of light aircraft was designed to meet a specification calling for a standard basic training aircraft that would meet the needs of both military and civil flying schools.
The Zenair CH-650, also known as the Zodiac CH-650, is a second generation light sport aircraft designed to meet US LSA regulations developed specifically for sport pilots and was made available to the market in 2013 and at that time was the latest aircraft from the Zodiac line of aircraft
One of a series of designs developed by Zenair Ltd in Canada, the CH701, which was first flown in 1986, can be obtained in kit form and more than 500 have been completed around the world. Normally fitted a tricycle undercarriage, the CH701 can also be fitted with floats,
Morava Zlin Aero Service was set up late in 2000 to market an ultra-light aircraft known as the Savage. The prototype was first flown in 1997 and initial development took place in Italy, parts being manufactured in the Czech Republic, type approval being obtained in late 2003.
One of a line of aircraft developed in Canada for the ultra-light / homebuilt market, the CH-750 was introduced to the Zenair range of aircraft in 2010 following the introduction of the sport aircraft category.
The Shock Cub is a development of the Savage Cub produced by Zlin Aviation in the Czech Republic, the new design receiving the name “Shock Cub” as it was expected to shock the aficionados of the Cub type of aircraft.
Introduced into the Zenith range of light aircraft in 1998, the CH-801 was designed to expand the utility of the STOL CH-701 series by increasing the useful load to over 454 kg (1,000 lb) whilst retaining the original designs short and rough field capability.
The CH2000, also known as the Alarus CH-2000 in its certified form, is a light, low-wing, tricycle undercarriage two-seat side-by-side aircraft of all-metal construction marketed by the Zenith Aircraft Co in Canada.
The CH-100 series of light single-engine aircraft was designed by German born, Canadian domiciled, designer Christopher Heintz and was designed for amateur construction, being basically a smaller variant of the CH-200 two-seater.
TheCri Cri was designed and developed by Michael Colomban in France, the prototype, known as the MC-10, being flown for the first time on 19 July 1973 powered by two 136-cc Rowena 6507J single-cylinder two-stroke engines, and was claimed to be the “smallest twin-engine aeroplane flying” and “the only aircraft
The CH-200 is one of a series of light aircraft designed by Christopher Heintz, who for a period worked for Avions Pierre Robin in France, it being a two-seat all-metal aircraft designed to meet the requirements of the amateur construction market, the prototype being designed in France and making its
One of many designs by Christopher Heintz in the 1970s, the CH-300 was a developed of the CH-200 series aimed at producing a low-wing monoplane with an ability to carry a third person, or two children, on a bench seat behind the two main seats.
Following the outbreak of World War I Graf Zeppelin and Robert Bosch, assisted by Gustav Klein, Helmut Hirth and Professor Baumann commenced the construction of a series of large bomber aircraft, a facility for the construction of the aircraft being at Gothaero Waggonfabrik at the Gotha airfield being erected.
The Zenith Aircraft Co was formed in 1992 in Mexico, Missouri to design, develop and build small light kit aircraft for the amateur constructor and set up a production facility at the Mexico Memorial Airport.
The Gemini was designed in Canada by Christopher Heintz of Zenair Ltd as a twin-engine light sporting aircraft with twin-engine performance and reliability to be made available to interested parties in kit form that was affordable and easy to build.
The Zenair CH-640 was designed by Christopher Heintz and placed in production by his company, Zenair, in Canada in kit form. It was developed from the two-seat Zenair CH-2000 and had increased span of the wings and stabilator and was redesigned to take engines in the 112-kw to 179-kw (150-hp