Monday, March 22, 2010

Autogyro global circumnavigation website live

The website, which is the single source of all information about Norman Surplus's record attempt autogyro flight around the world, is now live.  It has links to: 
  • Video
  • Photos
  • Podcasts / audio 
  • Lots of background information


  1. All the best Norman, a great way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first Irishman to fly (Harry Ferguson)

  2. The very best of luck Norman. I look forward to following your progress. i was a ppl fixed wing 30 yrs. and ppl (H) 12 yrs. Thinking of autogyro. Hope not too late at 69.
    I admire your taking on this great challenge and trust your charity does well.
    Very best wishes,
    Roy Cunningham. Tullamore.Co. Offaly

  3. Hi Norman, great send off at sandy bay - very best of luck, fly safe, looking forward to tracking your progress around the globe.
    Felix had video camera glued to his face as you were flying off- no doubt got some great footage and commentary!!
    See you at sandy bay in July!
    Very best wishes
    michael f

  4. Very best of luck Norman, -- you're a very brave guy. We will be "tracking" your progress.

    The guy's from the Low & Slow Club at

  5. Peter S, Co. Wexford.March 23, 2010 at 4:07 AM

    Just saw some BBC coverage of the trip. Mad ... but what a fab adventure! Very best of luck.

  6. Good luck Norman I will be keeping an eye out on the web site to see how you are doing.If you are as good a pilot as you are a coxwain you will have no bother,

    Moore Campbell (Larne R.N.L.I)

  7. Any chance of adding altitude to the Spot system?
    Good luck
    Pete M Chester

  8. Any option to add altitude to the Spot system?

    Good luck and Godspeed

    Pete Chester UK

  9. good luck and safe and trouble free journey what part of the u s a are you flying over from patrick in connecticut usa