In the early 90's Phillipe Prevot set out to design a high performance light aircraft of the simplest possible construction, which could be assembled, inspected, maintained and repaired, by almost any one anywhere in the world.
He collaborated with some of the most respected aeronautical schools; ENSICA and Sup Aero. The design criteria was met and the Skyranger was born. The prototype was built and flown in 1992.
Each year there have been improvements to the design and new patents registered.
Between 1992 and 1997, 198 Skyrangers were produced in France by Synairgie. Today the Skyranger is Manufactured under license by Aeros Ltd to very high standards.
The incredible success of the Skyranger is due to it’s simple but incredibly strong construction and high performance. There are now more than 1300 Skyrangers flying all over the world. They are used extensively in Europe, the UK and the US as trainers because of their flying qualities and low operational cost.
In 2009 The Nynja was released, the culmination of 16 years experience with the Skyranger. The Nynja brings a new level of sophistication and performance to light aircraft flight.
The Nynja has already established itself as a sought after trainer in Europe with more than 170 flying already, many of those in flying training schools. The Nynja has satisfactorily completed flight tests for British BCAR S. homologation.