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

  • was doing a little surfing and found this web site http://www.libertypultrusions.com/ would be interesting if it was cheaper but stronger than alum.

  • Today, during Marion Springers Birthday Party, we were informed by Moe Rascon that Chapter 1 member Darryl Saleeby passed away. He had been battling an illness and passed about 3 weeks ago. Moe was informed by Darryl’s wife of his passing. Our condolences go out to his family.

  • Greetings, It's been so long since I have done so, but I have forgot how to embed a YouTube video on the forum (not just post the link). For the life of me I can't find instructions or figure it out. I would very much appreciate some instruction. Thank you.

  • Who all is around the middle Ga. area. I live in Lizella and would like to come out and look at your gyros. Ken

  • Hello, here it is again, last year's statistics: Again for the non regular reader: In Europe we have a deregulated class called Ultralights or Microlights which has to have an MTOW of less than 450 kg (992 lbs). Apparently we have a gyro-nut mole in the ESA who, let an exception slip into the...

  • I think I have mad up my mind to build the Taggart Gyro-Bee, but I have a question on my engine of choice. The Gyro-Bee calls for a 40hp 2 stroke which will give me only about 1 hour of flight time. I am not concerned about keeping it 103 as I will register anyway. My engine of choice is Valley...

  • Ok, here's the deal and if someone has answered some of this before, I apologize. Just want to get the whole picture in one thread. I am going back and forth now between helicopter (which I have a line on) and gyro/fixed wing. I really think I may be sorry if I get a one seater and don't want...

  • I spoke to a guy who is in USA and has had several ultra lights with fixed wings,not gyros, he says you dont need a license to fly ultralites in USA, and a gyro is an ultra lite. As far as I know here in Canada you must have a license and attend ground school plus flight training.. Is it mandatory...

  • has anyone heard of Joe Souza - Bandit line of Gyros?? not to bad looking aircraft-- looks like a pod could easily be made to fit

  • sorry for the stupid question here, but besides Daniel Kocyba designs I haven´t seen any pusher tail dragger? all gyros appears to be. tricycle = pusher tricycle = tractor. tail dragger = tractor. as I understand the pusher configuration fly cleaner than the tractor and are more compact;...

  • Group, Please. Anyone have any numbers on mounting to keel measurement? Hopefully a sketch? I am looking for primary dimensions only; not looking to re-engineer. Nice stab. Now accepting all offers! Chris B.

  • Looking for a self powered rpm sending unit that is mounted few inches next to rotor shaft and is driven with a small oring with pullys on both rotor shaft and sending unit. The sender looks just like a small floressent light starter. It goes directly to the tach & poweres the tach. the tach...

  • :confused:As we all know that we used NACA airfoils at first (before 70's of last century, typical foils include NACA0012, NACA23012 and so on). Then, special design for airfoil is conducted since 70's of last century ( OA2 , VR7, VR9 and so on). Then, the maximum lift, lift-to-drag ratio and drag...

  • Does any one have a 3D cad model of either the Gyrobee or the Hornet??? I have the plans for both but I am trying to save time and not model either if someone else has already done so. Thanks in advance, Nick

  • I have no other information. It is 'pretty'...too bad re: its reputation. *UFO Gyroplane Kit* The UFO gyro is a beautiful looking two seat cabin class high speed gyrocopter. My back is crook so I can no longer build this beautiful high speed cabin class gyro. Attached is a photo of a...