Dyn'Aéro

Dyn'Aéro was a light aircraft manufacturing company based in Pau, France.

Dyn'Aéro
IndustryAerospace
FateOut of business
Founded1992
HeadquartersPau, France
ProductsFixed-wing aircraft
ParentGroupe AK
Websitedynaero.com

HistoryEdit

 
Historic logo (from 1992 to 2012)

Dyn'Aéro was founded in October 1992 at Darois, France by the team of three who built the first CR100, with CEO Christophe Robin.[1]

The company was notable for its MCR series of factory built and homebuilt aircraft such as the two seat Dyn'Aéro MCR01. Dyn'Aéro aircraft are all-composite, carbon fibre, light aircraft based on the aluminum Colomban MC-100 original design of Michel Colomban. The aircraft were supplied either as an amateur-built kit or, optionally, ready-built, where local regulations allowed.

The company went bankrupt in January 2012 and was sold to Groupe AK on 1 March 2012.[1][2]

The company relocated from Darois to Pau in August 2013 but ceased its activities in 2017.[3]

AircraftEdit

 
Dyn'Aéro CR100
 
Dyn'Aéro MCR01 'CLUB'

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Roy, Gil (14 January 2012). "Course contre la montre pour Dyn'Aéro (French language)". AeroBuzz. Archived from the original on 1 February 2012. Retrieved 21 January 2012.
  2. ^ Light Aircraft Association (January 2012). "High profile kit manufacture Dyn Aero, goes into Bankruptcy". Retrieved 21 January 2012.
  3. ^ DynAero website, retrieved 10 October 2017

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