Air Command International is a producer of gyroplanes. The company produces nine different models of gyroplanes that will fit needs for recreation, observation or just overall flying. The company s kits are complete, bolt-together components that are simple to assemble and require no special tools. A gyroplane can be put together in an average of 50 to 135 hours depending on the model. Each engine provides the power necessary for that model application and are cockpit started. Gyroplanes are available with variable reduction drive ratios and 60-inch or 68-inch propellers. In the hands of a trained pilot, the aircraft is stable in winds up to 40 miles per hour while other aircrafts are grounded. The gyro flies forward, backwards, sideways, vertical decent and will does not stall Once assembled, the preflight set-up time is 10 to 15 minutes. The gyro can be tailored to a remote site and doesn't require any more space than an automobile.