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A Flight up to the Matterhorn at 12,000 feet

by Philip Goldsmith
Qualified Pilot

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Discover the most exciting development in private aviation

Gyroplanes (or Gyrocopters) represent a silent revolution in personal aviation that has taken off in the last 10 years: like microlights they are small two-seater flying machines but UNLIKE microlights they fly as stable as a Jumbo Jet even in gusty conditions, cannot stall and can land in spaces as small as a tennis court.

Travelling with a gyroplane

Some Journeys we have been on

Gyroplanes are the ONLY way to visit the countryside, and because of their versatility, you can land in a back garden of a pub or in an international airport. Head to our interactive map to see a sample of our journeys

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Become a gyroplane pilot

Depending on the country, to fly a modern gyroplane you will probably need to gain a nationally recognised Pilot License.
For example in the UK it is the Private Pilot License (PPL-G). Gyroplane Schools can now be found in all parts of the UK. Chances are that there is one not far from where you live!