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History of Aeropro company


Aero­pro, the man­u­fac­tur­er of the Euro­FOX, was formed in the late 80’s fol­low­ing the “peace­ful” rev­o­lu­tion and the divi­sion of Czech and Slo­va­kia. With no more influ­ence from the Sovi­et Union, 4 uni­ver­si­ty grad­u­ates were able to turn their pas­sion for aero mod­el­ing into full size air­craft design and pro­duc­tion. This same lean man­age­ment struc­ture exists today, with suc­ces­sion plan­ning in place as the next gen­er­a­tion start to enter the busi­ness. Dur­ing it’s 30-year exis­tence, the com­pa­ny main­tains the sta­tus of a small fam­i­ly com­pa­ny with 25 employ­ees.

tradition since 1990

We place great empha­sis on the exper­tise and man­u­al skill of all employ­ees. At present time, the com­pa­ny pro­duces 25–30 Euro­FOX aero­planes per year. In total, Aero­pro has pro­duced more than 600 Euro­FOX aero­planes fly­ing around the world.

The Euro­FOX qual­i­ty and atten­tion to detail is sec­ond to none. With many great design and engi­neer­ing fea­tures these remark­able air­craft are pro­duced to a con­sis­tent­ly high qual­i­ty from our pur­pose built air­craft fac­to­ry.

Devel­op­ment of the “Fox” start­ed back in 1990. The con­cept of the Fox was based on the design of the Avid Fly­er. A num­ber of refine­ments of the design result­ed in the first Fox, a two-seat (side-by-side) high-wing micro­light home­build plane with tail wheel. In 1992 Aero­pro z.p. was found­ed to build the Fox. After Aero­pro received in 1995 the approvals for pro­duc­tion and air­craft repairs from the Civ­il Avi­a­tion Author­i­ty of the Slo­vak Repub­lic the Fox was renamed Euro­fox for export and mar­ket­ing. In 1996, the ven­ture Aero­pro z.p. was changed into Aero­pro s.r.o. From the begin­ning in 1990 the engi­neer­ing team of Aero­pro is work­ing on the fur­ther devel­op­ment of the Fox.