WWW.gyroplanepassion.com is dedicated to all things relating to gyroplanes, autogiro, autogyro, gyrocopter, autogir, autogyre, autozyro, ect. To help in translation, the button located below will translate the site into the language of your choice by clicking on the appropriate flag.
No matter the name, the gyroplane and the people who build, fly, maintain and design them enter into a great life journey in the world of rotorcraft. The information, links and data on this site are general in nature and intended for reference, recreational and entertainment purposes. The data and information presented is not official. Links to official resources can be found on the government organizations page. In addition any material presented in regards to amatuer experimental gyroplanes is for reference only and the kit manufacturer or governmental aviation authority for your country should be consulted for proper application, restrictions and safety matters.
About our logo. The intention of our logo is to remember our roots. The gyroplane is a vintage aircraft from the early days of rotorcraft development, honoring those who laid the foundation of our sport. The nose art pin-up girl in the logo is to honor those individuals who kept the gyroplane in existance following World War II. It was the effort of these people that the modern sport gyroplane was developed. Nose art was commonly found on World War II aircraft and this art was usually painted by the ground crew. A good reminder that without the untiring efforts of the maintenance and support personnel, the pilots beautiful girl (the aircraft) doesn't fly. It is hoped that by remembering the commitment, effort and passion of those before us will live on in your own gyroplane passion and further develop and research this incredible aircraft. Take pride in your symbol for it is a symbol of the courageous adventurer.
WWW.gyroplane passion.com provides the gyroplane enthusiast with the resources and supplies for safe rotorcraft flight. If what you are looking for cannot be found please use the contact page and let us know how we can improve the site. This site is for the gyroplane community so you help build it and improve it. Thank you for finding this site and it is hoped you will find this site very user friendly to navigate. You will not be hit with pop-up adds or redirections that you don't ask for- so feel free to click around as some of the hidden treasures of this site are found by exploring. The following video provides a great look into the sport gyroplane.
Many great thanks to my friend/s at giroclubpamplona for the use of the great video.