Low-Altitude Cargo Flights Could Drive Autogyro’s Renaissance

Credit: German Aerospace Center
While popular in general aviation as a low-cost and fun form of flight, the autogyro has never really made it big in the commercial world. Thousands of home- and factory-built machines are in private use, and a handful have even found their way into the hands of law-enforcement agencies. Qatar even...

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