News - October 13
Dear Clients, dear Partners,
As often, rumours and bad news have more audience. And a falling tree makes more noise than the one which is growing beside!
Dyn Aero’s take over project is complex and very rewarding.
The departure from Darois to Pau was made necessary for multiple reasons and in the major interest of the company in every case. Some employees chose to stay in Burgundy, but the Head of Research department, the Head of Production department and the Managing Director followed in Pau, as well as 2 technicians of the Research department, of whom the most expert on Dyn Aero aircrafts, on duty since 1999.
Our settling in Pau is now over, in vast and functional premises, thanks to Mr Mikael Probst's kindness for accommodating us. At the same time, we are ending an 18 months work on the industrialization of our products, with nomenclatures, 3D and 2D plans for 4 aircrafts of our catalogue: Sportster, ULC, 4S and Pick-Up. We still have to work on the glider tow aircraft.
The task was indeed huge on this side (for example, only 150 detail plans of the ULC at our arrival, and more than 1 000 now for the entire nomenclature!), we work on it seriously.
In parallel, a new widely simplified flap control system arrives on our aircrafts, as well as a new conception of the “canopy” function, a new range of instrument panels with front removing of components, standardized electric wiring harness, etc.
Finally, the Research department of 5 persons is getting ready this autumn to start the development and certification of the future CS-LSA aircraft, aimed at Flying clubs, with the hire of a project manager on this purpose.
18 months later, Dyn Aero is an organization in place, with qualified (50% of Engineers) and motivated (50% of the staff flies light aircrafts) employees.
Everything is not perfect yet, but we are moving towards a future that we hope better for our customers and for Dyn Aero.
Jean-Pierre Liberos, Managing Director of Dyn Aero.