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Harold Smith sold Air Command International, one of the oldest gyroplane kit manufacturers, to Joe Covelli. According to Joe, “We look forward to continuing Air Command's great traditional and strong reputation in manufacturing production gyroplane kits and parts to customers worldwide”. The company's headquarters will remain in the United States, but moved from Texas to Wisconsin.
Never attempt to fly any type of rotorcraft without proper instruction from a qualified, certified gyroplane flight instructor. Doing so could lead to a significant personal injury event or even death.
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM central time. Other times by appointment. Closed on US observed holidays.
Mail Address Air Command International, LLC Skywheels, LLC N8685 1020th Street River Falls, WI 54022-4623 US
Manufacturing Facility Address New Richmond Regional Airport 111 Airport Road, Hangar 2-6 New Richmond, WI 54017 US > Map Location / Directions Meetings by appointment.
Air Command International started in 1979 and has been manufacturing build-to-fly gyroplane kits ever since. The company's first flight was in 1984. The rotorcraft kit is a recreational vehicle.
With over 2,500 of its production rotorcraft operating worldwide, the company is one of the oldest gyroplane kit manufacturers in business today.
Air Command has an excellent, longstanding reputation in the world of gyroplanes for aeronautical design, safety and performance. Plus, the DIY kits offer a fun experience at the right price point. Contact us today to get started.
Skywheels quickly became the leading rotor system for kit-built and experimental gyroplanes, and was perfectly paired with Air Command gyroplanes. Nearly 6,000 rotor blades were delivered from 1984 until 2001.
In 2018, Air Command affiliated company, Skywheels, LLC, acquired the original tooling, test equipment and intellectual property to again manufacturer 23 to 29-foot blade systems to benefit sport flying.
The proven composite rotor system is designed to exceed requirements of FAA Regulation Part 27 for normal category rotorcraft. Click for more information.