MTOsport 2017

The MTOsport continues to embody that feeling of boundless freedom and incomparable excitement with its open cockpit configuration.

The latest edition of the MTOsport, the 2017 is a result of AutoGyro evolving to meet market demands but still embodies that feeling of boundless freedom and incomparable excitement that you have come to know and love. We have reset the benchmark and raised the standard to a whole new level. The entire aircraft is new from the ground up. The MTOsport Model 2017, brings together innovation and excellence in design, and it combines functionality and comfort. We have increased the fuel capacity, add a heated seat with lumbar support option and also include adjustable rudder pedals. These are just a few of the new features that you will enjoy while maintaining its outstanding flight characteristics. If you haven’t experienced open cockpit flight, you truly are missing out, the time is now, let’s go fly!

MTOsport 2017 Kit Pricing Starts at $80,000

Type Certificated Factory Built  MTOsport 2017 Pricing Starts at $85,000

All pricing is dependent on Current Euro to US Dollar Exchange Rates

Technical Data

L X W x H (excl. rotor)

17.06' x 5.85' x 9.1'

Rotor Length

27.3 ft / 27.95 ft / 28.6 ft

Empty weight

649 lbs

MTOM (Max Takeoff Mass)

1231 lbs


Rotax 915 iS 1 or Rotax 916is

Takeoff distance, wheels up 2

357 ft

Takeoff distance, to clear 45 feet

854 ft

Max endurance 3

up to 5.5 hours

Max range 4

up to 330 miles

Cruise speed

55-110 mph

Cruise 70% power setting, MTOM

100 mph

Max speed (Vne)

120 mph

Fuel capacity

25 US gallons

*1 912ULS and 914UL engine variant data available separately. See the respective POH

*2 1232 lb take-off standard weight on short grass, ISA conditions

*3 Typical aircraft configuration applies: 1 pilot (80 kg), 40 l fuel, 2000 ft MSL

*4 Typical aircraft configuration applies: 1 pilot (80 kg), max fuel, 2000 ft MSL

Technical data can vary regarding country-specific legal requirements and is also depending on propeller/rotor/ fuel/engine and aircraft configuration/equipment. Please always refer to the Pilot’s Operating Handbook.

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