In 1981, Montgomerie Engineering built their first autogyro in their workshops in Ayrshire. This aircraft was built by them in 1996 as a research aircraft for the University of Glasgow. The space normally occupied by a second seat was used to accommodate equipment to record flight data. The autogyro was flown from Bournemouth, Carlisle and Perth airports for student research projects.
|Top speed:||70 mph (113 km/h)|