Gyroplane developer Skyworks Global has struck a deal with the government of Serbia to produce a five-seat aircraft, targeted at developing nations, that can operate without requiring runways. The Hawk 5 will be produced by UTVA Aircraft Industry, a subsidiary of state-owned defense import/export company Yugoimport. The aircraft is a five-seat version of the Hawk 4 autogyro first flown in the U.S. in the late 1990s by Groen Brothers Aviation. The company was acquired by its longtime ...


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