Gyroplane flights

A gyroplan is a hybrid of an airplane and a helicopter (also called a gyroscope, gyroplan, helicopter, gyrocopter). The first gyroplan was invented in the early 20th century in Spain, but since then the gyroplan has undergone many improvements and today it is one of the most reliable and safest aircraft with modern equipment. The rotor holds it in the air (similar to a helicopter), but the rotor is not connected to the engine and rotates continuously due to the autorotation, which ensures take-off and landing in all conditions.

The gyroplan moves in a horizontal plane with the help of a propeller (like an airplane). The gyroplan can land safely even when the engine is switched off. A gyroplan take-off requires a minimum runway length and has virtually no mileage during landing. Therefore, it is permissible to use AutoGyro gyroplanes outside the aerodrome, which significantly increases the availability of these unique aircraft and significantly reduces the cost of using the gyroplan.

Autogyro MOTO Sport2017 gyroplan is the most popular and affordable AutoGyro model. More than 1,100 aircraft fly worldwide. The manufacturer gave new life to an almost forgotten idea, which resulted in the opening of the cockpit, as well as the layout of the pilot-passenger tandem (one after the other). As expected, AutoGyro gained fame in aviation. Unique and simple aircraft, simple connection type, reliability, safety and functionality - this is MTO Sport 2017 from AutoGyro.