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I see a lot of people on the website from all over the US ,Canada, & Alaska. If you have questions please do not hesitate to call, don't think you're too far away, we have a good plan for anyone who wants to fly DYNALI& we will bend over backwards to make it happen. 1-513-541-4744 or 1-800-716-2560

We would like to thank Youtube & the people that sent in these 

videos that stress the importance of training.


Our training will start with class room study. 



The in air training will be done if possible in the H3.



Dynali H3

We are still developing our training program so,

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​          One more thing, if you think you can get away with the minimum training

      & still think you can maneuver like a trained PILOT well...

      Yea watch this.

          At Hangar 36 we stress training, safety rules, & professional build practices.

      When you leave here you should have a good working knowledge of your equipment

​      & solid PILOT skills.

      

                                             

                                                                         Then I saw this video, and thought to myself, this would be me after

                                                                      spending 30 to 40 thousand dollars on a mosquito & forever times 2 on                                                                                                                           build-time, doing it by myself and well ... 

                                                                      Just watch for yourself.

                                                                                    Maybe it's not so easy peezy & maybe I should step back and take a look                                                                                                                             at the skills it took a "trained PILOT " in the first video I watched to maneuver

                                                                        his helicopter .

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        So when I first saw this video, I thought " not only is it cool, it looks so easy ".

     Watch for yourself.

        What do ya think easy peezy , surely this could be mastered in the backyard .

     With a little time, trial & error  "I too" could be whizzing over my garage.



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