Located in central Europe, Slovakia was part of the former Czechoslavkia until 1993. Slovakia’s neighbours are the Czech Republic to the north west, Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east, Hungary to the south and Austria to the west. The north and east of the country is dominated by the Carpathian mountain range, which continues to the Polish border. Lowlands to the south and south east of the country are where the main urban areas are situated. The total land area is 49,036 sq km (18,933 sq miles).
The Population of 5.4 million (2000 figure) comprises 86% of Slovakian origin, 10% Hungarian, 2% Roma, 1% Ruthenian/Ukrainian and 1% other ethnic groups. 60% are Roman Catholics, 8% Protestant, 4% Orthodox Christian, 10% Atheist and 18% other faiths. The capital city is Bratislava.
Further National Information
Text to be added on the development of aviation in Slovakia.
Civil Aircraft Registrations
Slovakian civil aircraft are registered in the series OM-xxx.
An incomplete all-time Slovakian civil aircraft register listing is here.
Military Air Arms
Current military air arms-
Air Force (Letectva a Protivzdu Obrany-Snej Slovenskej)
Historical military air arms-
Air Force (Slovenské vzdušné zbrane) [1939-1944]
Insurgent Air Force (Slovenské povstalecké letectvo) 
Central Government Agencies
Public Service Aviation
To be added
Aircraft Maintenance/Repair Depots
Civil Airports & Airfields
Military Air Bases & Airfields
Military Air Bases Listing – to be added.
Magazines Guide for Slovakia
Slovakian Aviation Bibliography – to be added