Company: Roger Savage
E-mail: gyroplanes (at)
Phone & Fax: 017684 83859(United Kingdom)
Country: United Kingdom
Gyro Types: Magni/MT03/Sport/ELA/RAF/XENON/most singe seat gyroplanes
Offering PPL(G) courses right through to Advanced courses from our own base in the middle of the English Lake District& other airfields in Lancs and Yorks. Instructor since 1993 and have around 6.000hrs of gyroplane flight time alone. Also heli/aeroplane and glider. Come and have a flight or train with one of the most experienced flight instructors around. Overseas flight training by arrangement.
Accommodation available..


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