Welcome

to the international gyrocopter training school.

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ased in Sweden we deliver excellent flight training, tailored to your needs. All around the world.

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he pilots are trained using the English syllabus and we use the english book, "How to fly a new generation gyrocopter" by Phil Harwood.

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o matter in which country, no matter on which continent - we are there for you.

gyrocopter

Gyrocopter

Amazing machines. Not an airplane, not a helicopter...
It´s a Gyrocopter!

gyro training

Training

Gyro flight training using Phil Harwords books, "How to fly a new generation gyrocopter".

international

Worldwide

Not further away than a phone call or email. We offer training at your nearest airport.

Gyrocopter Training

We offer training from absolute beginner or if you already have a pilot license we do conversions for three axis or flex wing pilots.

If you are thinking of buying a gyrocopter we offer a wide range of machines open or closed cockpit, tandem or side by side. The choice is yours!

Please do not hesitate to contact us to find out more on how we can help you become a gyrocopter pilot with your own aircraft.

Gyrocopter Talk

  • I am looking for someone to take over our aircraft assembly department. I need a full time person in good health and qualified experience that can take charge and train our assembly employees how to properly assemble our helicopter UAVs, and well as our multirotor UAVs. My goal is that we will use...

  • I was contacted by one of my American friends working here in China. He builds LIDAR 3D air to ground terrain scanners, and they have some big jobs to do ASAP. The company owner that my friend is working with purchased a new Calidus gyroplane and installed the LIDAR. The German factory pilot...

  • Just remembering my Dad today, who was in the 82nd Airborne in WW II. He did a tandem jump for his 95th birthday. After he recovered (pretty stiff and sore for awhile) he started saying, "You know, if I make it to 100, I think I'd like to do that again!" Well, just after his 98th he made his...

  • Just a quick question for all you seasoned flyers, recent trainees and CFIs. I'm hoping to make it to ROTR, jump into the thick of it, and get in some training time. Got some tail-dragger instruction up to just short of solo decades ago, but had to stop due to mechanical issues with the...

  • As I approach my first anniversary as a member of the PRA, I just want to say thanks to Mike Grosshans. In the May issue of Southwest Rotorcraft, he refers to the various brands of European gyros generically as Eurogyros. It is refreshing to see this in print. As a recent convert to the...

  • I am going to be doing some rotor balancing with my Dynavibe starting in a couple weeks. Here is my plan: Accelerometer on the side of the mast close to the rotor head. Optical pickup on the side of the rotor head with reflective tape on the blade straps (Dragon Wings). In flight testing...

  • Went and dug out my old trusty Garmin pilot III out of the cabinet last saturday to use for my flight to the carolina barnstormers event and noticed some corrosion on the outside of the unit. It wouldn't power up either. So I take the battery cover off and notice one or more of the batteries...

  • Hello to everyone,thanks for having me,I would like to build and fly my own gyrocopter, I have been looking at a few versions,eg bensen b8m and the kb3,could I ask for advice on what road to go down or if anyone can recommend any others,thanks. Can anyone advise me on where to get all the plans I...

  • Hello everyone, I have one single place Air Command (see pictures). I wish to know if this HE and tail configuration is safe!. Engine is Rotax 532. I need if it´is possible the manual of this gyroplane because I don´t have any manufacter´s documentation. The distance from the mast to the...

  • Silverlight Aviation has already begun building their AR-1 model gyroplane, based on the Apollo design, here in the U.S. Silverlight has moved into a much larger facility, and two gyroplanes are currently under construction there. How do I know this, you might ask? A couple of days ago, I...

  • I bought the is engine recently and I noticed that it doesn't have the raised aluminum plate with an ID tag on it. Do I have the first engine ever built? just kidding. Maybe an early version. I'v scoured the internet and they ALL have a raised aluminum plate with an ID tag. Would anyone know...

  • I have spent the last 8 years (on and off) looking for the source of these cable stops (or a nice equivalent). These are used to hold the end of a prerotator control cable housing at the engine / redrive end. Adel cushion clamps work, but these look and work better. I am open to suggestions.

  • I have a really nice 1978 Enstrom280C that l might sell if someone interested. Machine has been basically overhauled and flys well. If interested reply back.

  • I understand the very basic principle of mass in motion and forces mass places on load and bearings and the gyroscopic principle of rotation. But I don't understand this formula, something about cubic centimeters squared. 1,800 kg/cm2 I Googled this but don't understand what it is trying to...

  • Greetings, I have had more than a few person asking me for copies of the RHCI News Letters. Unfortunately, I lave lost the book containing copies in the Corona Airport flood back in 2010. If anyone has PDF of JPG copies of any of those news letters, I would very much appreciate if you could...