to the international gyrocopter training school.


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


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


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



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

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



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

  • Hello everyone, I am considering a nice little Bensen (no prerotator, hand prop Subaru) and was wanting to hear from the veterans whether or not this would a good "first" gyro. (I do plan to get training from a CFI) This is not a centerline thrust layout - how important ? I was told it...

  • I wanted to thank the Chapter 62 of the PRA at Anahuac, Tx. for their warm welcome and hospitality they showed Gary and I this last weekend. I can't tell you guys how much it meant to us to be able to hang with you guys, talk gyros and gain so much knowledge. I want to personally thank Mike,...

  • Have seen several posts which relate around .. 'wouldn't fly without HS' 'you need HS' etc. What is HS ? If I were to guess I'd assume Heading Stabilizer ... but rather ask those who know.

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  • Hello, Do you think there is difference between the two aircraft with respect to the behavior of bumpy/turbulent weather? Some pilots claim that because(Magni's)blades are heavier, they are more stable in turbulent weather. Your opinion about it? Thanks, Amit.

  • Looks like Carter has finally made the full commitment to build EAA approved versions of their PAV. Previously they made noises of bringing customers down to Texas to build-with-assistance (seeking to stay within the 51% rule) their latest generation of the Carter Copter. While there has been...

  • If you see grease coming out of a sealed bearing it might be worth a second look. On preflight I saw grease between the head and the ring gear. When I removed the blade and spun the head it did not sound good. I only got 40 hours out of this bearing, it is a 5206CZZ, no blade strikes or hard...

  • Dear all, Amazing News! Gens ace/Tattu USA is holding the most exciting promotion starting from 23rd June. Following are the details: 1. Up to *50%* off with remarkable performance GensAce Lipo battery 2. Lowest price *25.99USD* for your GensAce battery 3. Promotion time: *Starting from 23rd...

  • what a fascinating world the gyro world is In the UK every 24 months we have to take 1 hour flight instruction (with a flight examiner) to revalidate our licences. I fly a single seat bensen merlin, I have no choice but to take 1 hour flight instruction in a 2 seat Orion. Not a test, just...

  • Seen this on Barnstormers and was wondering if Anyone has flown something like this ? If so was it a hand full ?

  • Dear all, Gens ace/Tattu USA is holding the most exciting promotion in the history this Friday. Following are the details: 1. Everyone can buy max 5pcs gens ace 2200mAh 25C 3S1P lipo with only $8.99 each. 2. 15% off on all RC batteries. 3. 10% off on all FPV batteries. 4. Promotion time:...

  • I seen in a post today someone said Air Command is closed down. I also read some time ago that someone in China purchased them. Anyone know the real facts and status of Air Command? I'm just curious.

  • What is the safe Rotor RPM range? I have a 25ft set of sport copter blades and fly at higher DA. I had a warm day today, and saw 390 rrpm, the usual speed is around 380. I know flying closer to sea level & with less load will slow the blades down , but what is a safe range? If I go to a lowe Alt....

  • What a week. Thought I would share my keezer/kegerator with you all. Here are a few videos. I'll host any that show up this weekend. We are having a small fly-in out at the airfield. Swimming, flying, night-cap after all the birds are put to sleep. Cheers! Enjoy the videos. Original...

  • AKA Boots. Hope you have a great day buddy! Thanks for all your help!!