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Moravian Aerospace Cluster, z.s.
Moravský letecký klastr,z.s.

Czechia: Central Moravia
Petr Tomasek

Overview

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About us

Vision

Association of companies from the area of the aircraft industry and creation of a comprehensive offer of research and development activities as well as production capabilities (airframe design, avionics, composite materials)

Ensurance of a stronger position of individual companies at gaining orders and enhancement of  the cooperation with foreign partners

Strategic pillars

Innovations – the extension of existing know-how in new areas – e.g. composites, UAV

Education – in cooperation with universities it is needed to educate more specialists for local aircraft companies

Finances – getting sources from European and Czech governmental programs and also from  private sources to secure financial means for research and development programs

Marketing – joint gaining key partners

Current activities

Development and production of the aircraft family for 2-4, 8-14 and 14-20 passengers in commuter, normal, LSA, UL and UAV categories, including all accessories, systems and avionics.

Our companies are using resource efficiency at their workplace. What actually means they keep an eye on process efficiency and have set environmental standards for their suppliers, their products and services. Our companies also keep the standards of health and safety management. 
Formalised strategy
Strategy focus on internationalisation
Support services for upskilling and reskilling of companies workforce
  • Vocational training
  • Hiring of specialists
  • Mentoring

Cluster composition

  • 53
    Cluster Members
  • 41
    SME's
  • 6
    Large Companies
  • 3
    Research Organisations, Universities, Technology Centers
  • 0
    Other Ecosystem Actors

Achievements

The member organizations of the Moravian Aircraft Cluster are involved in a number of research and development projects. Many of these projects are financed from the European Union funds for science and research (BEAWARE project) or from the funds of the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade for development support (MOSTA project). 

Management team

Petr Tomasek
Cluster Manager
Zdenek Ancik
Cluster Manager

Sectorial and industrial focus

Sectoral Industries
Manufacturing:C30 Manufacture of other transport equipment
Technology fields
B\: Performing operations; transporting:Aircraft; aviation; cosmonautics
S3 EU priority areas
Aeronautics & space:Aeronautics
Cross-sectoral industries
Creative Industries

Key members

Profile name Location
Kovokon

Czech Republic

SAZ Aerospace

Czech Republic

Aircraft Industries

Czech Republic

EVEKTOR

Czech Republic

Airmobis

Czech Republic

5M

Czech Republic

RayService

Czech Republic

MESIT holding

Czech Republic

Moravian Aerospace Cluster, z.s.

Czech Republic

Services

Support services provided

Communication
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Further information

The characteristic feature of the cluster is harmonic, productive environment resulting from a long-term cooperation of local people who grew up in aircraft companies (Moravan and LET) and had a possibility to work with excellent aircraft designers. The cluster enable these professionals better to transfer and share the gained experience and jointly to innovate production

Support services for upskilling and reskilling of companies workforce

Vocational training - Hiring of specialists - Mentoring

Support programmes

EU Programmes

European Programmes
FP7 H2020 CIP/COSME INTERREG

Name & description

Project name

BEAWARE

Bridging East West for Aerospace Research

The BEAWARE consortium connects leading aerospace clusters and support organisations in Western Europe (France, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain and Italy) with quickly evolving aerospace clusters and strongholds in Eastern Europe (Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Baltic States). Thus, the BEAWARE project creates the necessary conditions for utilizing the existing and emerging potential in the field of Aeronautics and Air Transport for a continuous and sustainable contribution in European aerospace programmes and projects.

To achieve maximum results and extend the duration of expected impacts, the BEAWARE project strives towards an ideal state, where an evolvement of new partnerships between aerospace actors from Eastern and Western European countries will not depend on additional EU financing as a main prerequisite to start their collaborative projects in the field of Aeronautics and Air Transport.

Cooperation activities

International cooperation

Targeted countries

Brazil
Canada
China
India
Mexico

Transnational cooperation

Targeted countries

France
Germany
Poland
Spain

Transnational support activites

Promotional Activities

International support activites

Participation at missions/events/study visits/fairs

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