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A gyrocopter, also called an autogyro or gyroplane, belongs to the class of rotary wing aircraft. These include aircraft that receive their lift from at least one rotor rotating about a vertical axis. The best-known representative of this group is a helicopter, so a gyroplane works like a helicopter.
In contrast to a helicopter, the main rotor of a gyrocopter is not driven by an engine, but by the airstream. This effect is known as autorotation. Thus the main rotor of the gyrocopter functionally replaces the rigid wing of a fixed wing aircraft. An engine takes care of the propulsion and a tail rotor is not necessary due to the passive drive of the main rotor.
The perspective from the gyrocopter will inspire you with the unique panorama in the border triangle between Lower Austria, Styria and Burgenland. Sightseeing flights are always welcome as gifts.
Choose a suggested route or choose your own route.
You can easily book in the contact form and tell me your wishes.
On request, I will be happy to send you a gift voucher for a sightseeing flight.
(This sightseeing flight is not a commercial offer according to Section 20 of the Aviation Act. It is a cost flight according to Section 102, Paragraph 4 of the LFG.
The prices given are guide prices, billing is per flight minute)
The sightseeing flights only take place in good weather. If the weather is bad, an alternative date will be agreed.
NEW: Sightseeing flights by plane can be booked via wingly.io .
Have to be brought along
When flying with the cabin open, clothing appropriate to the weather is recommended.
When flying with the cabin closed, you shouldn't be too warm in summer.
Photo or video camera
You get from us
Headset (speech connection with the pilot or radio connection with the tower)
Detailed instruction in safety and technology
Demands on you
max.weight: 100 kg
Minimum age: 12 years
max.size: 2 m
2700 Wiener Neustadt