Fifty Easyfly­ers de­liv­ered

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Bel­gian man­u­fac­turer Dy­nali has re­cently de­liv­ered its fifti­eth H3 Easyflyer ul­tra­light he­li­copter to Amiens, France­based Air Flash Flight School. The com­pany also de­liv­ered the first H3 for a US cus­tomer in May. Dy­nali claims the H3 has the low­est op­er­at­ing costs of any he­li­copter in its mar­ket seg­ment, and that its ‘easy han­dling and for­giv­ing na­ture make it well suited to week­end pi­lots’. Apart from fly­ing clubs and train­ing or­ga­ni­za­tions, the H3 is also be­ing used for crop spray­ing in the Far East and is at­tract­ing in­ter­est for an­ti­mosquito spray­ing in North Africa. En­quiries are also com­ing from or­gan­i­sa­tions that see its po­ten­tial as a pri­mary trainer for mil­i­tary, po­lice and other pub­lic au­thor­i­ties.

The H3 is claimed to have the low­est op­er­at­ing costs in its mar­ket seg­ment

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