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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 relocated from Darois to Pau in August 2013 but ceased its activities in 2017.
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- DynAero website, retrieved 10 October 2017