That red can is a secret devise I am working on that allows the gyro to remain in the air longer than without the help of the device.I believe once the device is released to the gyro community every gyro pilot will either have one or want one.(he he he.)It carries converted hydrocarbons.
Thanks for all the positive post on this Forum. I have confidence the gyroplane will continue to provide some of the most exciting flying ever experienced. I want to thank each and every one of my students for providing me some great flying experiences, and allowing me to help them become flyers of one of the worlds most unique aircraft, from the past, today, and into the future.
Some gyroplanes don't look so elegant, but amazingly, can fly reasonably well.
We're in our RAF 2000 GTXSE, tracking south down the New South Wales coast about 45 nm from Sydney, and with summer approaching the air is getting a bit thinner.
Very few aircraft around at the moment even though the weather is perfect for flying with not a cloud in the sky.
Maybe it's the fact that a national election is looming in 5 weeks time, who knows.
Do things get quiet in the US when election time is closing in?
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