|Welcome to RAF 2000|
An autogyro (from Spanish autogiro), also known as gyroplane, gyrocopter, or rotaplane, is a type of rotorcraft which uses an unpowered rotor in autorotation to develop lift, and an engine-powered propeller, similar to that of a fixed-wing aircraft, to provide thrust. While similar to a helicopter rotor in appearance, the autogyro's rotor must have air flowing through the rotor disc in order to generate rotation.
The RAF 2000 Gyroplane
A sleek, well-designed, two place RAF 2000 boasts sought-after standard features such as side by side seating, in-cabin heat, removable doors, full electronic trim, patented rotor stabilator and four cylinder, four cycle power plant. The patented mast to keel engagement forms a robust framework for unequalled structural integrity, while maintaining a very simplistic design well within the intellectual understanding of the aviation enthusiast. Make your quest to fly a reality with the RAF 2000.
Top of the Line Performance
The smooth contours and curves of the RAF 2000 are design features built into the RAF 2000 to enhance the performance of this industry leading aircraft. The reliable four-cylinder opposed Subaru engine gives the RAF 2000 smooth acceleration through the full range of speed, accelerating to 100 MPH with ease.
Innovation in design of the RAF rotor system coupled with the power of the Subaru engine gives the RAF 2000 the largest payload of any gyroplane in the industry. This uniquely designed industry leader boasts payloads up to 700lbs with the room and the power to get the job done.
Performance to out climb, outrun and outlast any competition, the RAF 2000 will meet and exceed your performance expectations.