Training should be carried out by CAA approved Gyroplane Flight Schools and Instructors.
The RAASA (Recreational Aircraft Association South Africa) requirements for a NPL (National Pilots License – Gyroplane Rating) are a minimum of 30 hours training, 15 hours of which must be flown solo.
To fly solo a student must first obtain a Student Pilot License by undergoing a flight medical examination by accredited medical practitioners and complete an online theoretical exam. (Information on accredited practitioners is available in the national flight magazines).
More information and training on AutoGyro aircraft can be obtained from the following well known and accredited Gyro Pilot Instructors in either Gauteng, Western Cape, KZN or the Free State.