Here are some things you might be interested in:

  • Info on what the State of Ohio requires for a heliport it might not be your state but it will give you & idea of how it works.​


  • ​FAA heliport design info

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  • FAA notice of construction info

  • ​FAA Notice of landing any type i.e. temporary

  This is the location for our future landing pad & training pad.

Since this is commercial property a permit is required.

  Our heliport will be operated as a private heliport & not for commercial use. Which means very limited use as far as landings & departures.

   For all our Helicopter builds, they will be trailered back & forth to the local airfield for the 40 hour testing.

  You will be able to land here but it must be scheduled, for a few reasons.

1) it's a private heliport 

​2) there is a county sheriff's heliport right next door with 2 helicopters that are used everyday

​3) FAA rules on private heliports

As long as you have

  • The correct space requirements for landing
  • The correct permissions
  • A clear & safe landing approach & departure

Then you are OK to land there!


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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