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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT GYROS
Submitted By:  Dan Leslie, Executive Producer of RotorWing Sports TV

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HOW MUCH DO GYROS COST?
It depends on the design of the machine and the manufacturer. Single place gyros cost from $5,000 to $12,000. A two-place gyro can cost from $14,000 to around $25,000.

IS A LICENSE REQUIRED?
There is no license required if the aircraft weighs under 254 pounds. If it weighs more than that a student pilot's license is required.

HOW MUCH DOES TRAINING COST?
A potential student should budget about $1500 to $2500 for training.

HOW CAN I GET A TEST RIDE?
Both the Popular Rotorcraft Association and this site (above) maintain a list of Certified Flight Instructors near you. They will be happy to arrange for a ride.



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