Flying - the eternal human dream

Human gazing at the sky always wanted to fly into the air. For thousands of years dreamed to fly like a bird.

This is one of the greatest desires. Soar like a bird, to be free, to rise high to see everything,

move in three dimensions ... in reality, not just a dream.

 

Flying is not just being in the air, but how we live, what we do and what makes us fly ...

Leonardo da Vinci was one of the pioneers spent a lot of time to construct a flying machine.

 

Although the dream of flying free like a bird today is not realized, but human constructed a machine that allows at least some part of it to compensate.

Machinery much safer than a car, by which dreams become reality and are within easy reach everyone.

"When a man once rises into the air, he will always be looking at the sky. Because there have been and there continue follow. "

Leonardo da Vinci

Gyrocopter - Your own flying machine for the price of a car

Gyrocopter looks like a small helicopter but the main difference is there is no engine turning the main rotor. The rotor simply self-propel (which we call "autorotate") due to the way that the air flows through them.

It also does not have a tail rotor. As the engine is not connected to the rotors, this means that a Gyrocopter is not seriously affected if the engine should stop in flight. This, together with a very short landing roll (we can land in a very small open space, about the size of a putting green), means that a Gyrocopter is one of the safest methods of flying.

Today, Gyrocopters are one or two-three seat aeroplanes whose maximum take-off weight does not exceed 560 kg. Modern Gyrocopters offer superb performance, comfort and above all have a safety record second to none in aviation. Flying Gyrocopters is challenging, exhilarating and brilliant fun

 

The ease of flying Xenon 4

 

Gyrocopter Flying is a great adventure, exciting and safe giving incomparable to anything else sensations and pleasure. It is with this easy to learn because after 20 hours in the air and 20 hours of theory, we can get the power and self-piloting our machine.

Landing and take-offs may take place from other places takeoffs and landings ie for example with our meadows behind the house.

Read more about the training and equipment Xenon FAQs

Gyrocopter looks like a small helicopter but the main difference is there is no engine turning the main rotor. The rotor simply self-propel (which we call "autorotate") due to the way that the air flows through them.

It also does not have a tail rotor. As the engine is not connected to the rotors, this means that a Gyrocopter is not seriously affected if the engine should stop in flight. This, together with a very short landing roll (we can land in a very small open space, about the size of a putting green), means that a Gyrocopter is one of the safest methods of flying.

Today, Gyrocopters are one or two-three seat aeroplanes whose maximum take-off weight does not exceed 560 kg. Modern Gyrocopters offer superb performance, comfort and above all have a safety record second to none in aviation. Flying Gyrocopters is challenging, exhilarating and brilliant fun

 

The ease of flying Xenon 4

 

Gyrocopter Flying is a great adventure, exciting and safe giving incomparable to anything else sensations and pleasure. It is with this easy to learn because after 20 hours in the air and 20 hours of theory, we can get the power and self-piloting our machine.

Landing and take-offs may take place from other places takeoffs and landings ie for example with our meadows behind the house.

Read more about machine safety Xenon

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