After more than 25 years, aircraft are returning to Písek-Krašovice Airport. From 1965 the airport was used by the army. Initially an Mi-1 and Mi-4 helicopter squadron were based there and later it was the base of the state air defence  using the Tupolev Tu-143 unmanned aircraft. The army shut down the airport in 1995. Since March 1, 2019, Primoco UAV SE, a manufacturer of civilian unmanned aircraft, has owned and operated Písek-Krašovice airport.

The private civilian airport of Písek-Krašovice, ICAO code LKPISK, is today a general aviation airport with a 580 meters long 16/34 runway.

The Czech company Primoco UAV develops and produces the One 100/150 civilian unmanned aircraft, capable of flying completely independently according to programmed flight plans. The key features of the aircraft are its size, maximum take-off weight of 100/150 kg, 10 hours endurance, 1,500 km range, cruising speed 100-150 km/h, payload of up to 30 kg and fully automatic take-off and landing.  The company focuses on civilian applications for the aircraft especially in energy, border and coastal protection, fire monitoring and search and rescue operations. Primoco UAV is a publicly traded company on the Prague Stock Exchange in the PX START market.