The Dragon Fly



An Evaluation By Mark Woodhouse

I WAS quite interested when I received Ross' invitation to fly Barry Payne's Dragon Fly Model 333 and more than a little apprehensive, as it is some years since I had operated a small helicopter and I felt less than adequately qualified to technically evaluate this one. Nevertheless, I tried to view it from the perspective of a trainee pilot as the Italian designed machine appeared ideally suited to the training role; potentially the future Cessna 152 of helicopters.
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