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till vår flygskola och flygbutik.
Lär dig flyga gyrokopter och helikopter!

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aserad på Köpings flygfält är vi den flygskola för gyrokopter som ligger närmast Stockholm.

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i är återförsäljare för ELA gyrokopter som tillverkas i Spanien - gyrokopterns hemland och den Belgiska ultralätta Dynali Helikoptern.

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veka inta att kontakta oss om du har frågor eller önskar att beställa en offert för gyrokopter eller helikopter.
- vi finns här för dig.

gyrokopter

Gyrokopter

Otroligt manövrerbara maskiner. Inte ett flygplan, inte en helikopter...
Det är en Gyrokopter!

helikopter ultralätt

Helikopter

Vi är återförsäljare för den ultralätta helikoptern Dynali som just nu sätter standarden bland UL helikoptrar.

gyro training

FlygUtbildning

Gyrokopterutbildning enligt den officiella handboken från KSAB. Välkommen till oss för en provlektion i gyrokopter.

Gyrokopter

 Eclipse ELA gyrokopter
Den här gyrokoptern kan bli din till sommaren!

NYA ELA ECLIPSE Den bästa gyrokoptern på marknaden. Nu med sommarkit som standard!

Vi erbjuder utbildning för dig som är absolut nybörjare eller för dig som redan flyger men vill prova något annat. Vi genomför inflygning och licenskonvertering. Några tidigare elever flyger faktiskt Boeing 737 som yrke.

PROVFLYG Gyrokopter hos oss. Ring eller maila för mer information. Priset är 1500 kr.

Om du funderar på att köpa en gyrokopter eller helikopter kan vi erbjuda dig flera alternativ. De gyrokoptrar som vi förordar är den spanska gyron ELA. ELA finns i fyra olika modeller allt från den enkla Juniormodellen till den fullutrustade ELA 07S med Turbomotor.

Helikopter Ultralätt Dynali H3 från Belgien
Vi är stolta över att kunna presentera Dynali helikopter. En ultralätt helikopter som finns i två versioner. En med max totalvikt på 450 kg och en med max totalvikt på 700 kg. Både otroligt läckra, välbyggda och beprövade. Priset är en tredjedel av vad en Robinson R22 kostar. Valet är ditt!

Tveka inte att kontakta oss för att ta reda på mer om hur du blir en pilot med en egen gyrokopter eller helikopter.

Gyrokopterforum

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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