Whether you call it a gyrocopter, a gyroplane, an autogyro or even an autogiro, these agile flying machines are a great way to get airborne. Yes, they might look a tad fragile, but actually these rugged and very stable aircraft are easy to fly and very agile, enabling you take control on your very first flight.
We've got gyrocopter lessons at locations dotted around the country, at some great clubs and training schools. This form of flight is becoming increasingly popular, especially given how cost-effective gyrocopters are compared to other aviation experiences. So if you've tried the rest, isn't it time you took to the skies in a funky little autogyro? Read more...
North Weald Airfield, Essex
Chiltern Air Park, Wallingford
Clench Common Airfield, near Marlborough
Halfpenny Green Airport, Wolverhampton
Melbourne Airfield, East Yorkshire