Big changes are coming! We are happy to announce that in May and July we are going to move our company! New Direct Fly building is going to be opened at the airfield in Brno! Soon you will be able to reach us not only by car but also using airplane. New address is going
This year was very interesting for us. Thank you for support and we wish you all the best to the next year 2018!
Direct Fly team was sent to China again. Chinese company who purchased Technology Transfer package is increasing its ALTO 912TG fleet. First two airplanes were shipped and assembled earlier in this year. More on this topic can be found here. Container with other two airplanes was handed over in autumn 2017. After this, Chinese manufacturer
Another aircraft has been sent to its customer to Russia. This ALTO has a rather specific equipment. In addition to standard flight instruments, the equipment includes an artificial horizon, directional flywheel and EFIS. At the customer’s request, the aircraft has also been equipped with an ELT system, integrated heating and a rescue parachute system.
The second stage of Wanfeng Aviation staff training was successfully completed today. Our business partners got acquainted with the assembly of the ALTO aircraft, fuselage and cockpit. The technology transfer of the metallic aircraft thus moved on to the next stage.
On 25 August 2017, we welcomed a Russian test pilot Yuri Kabanov from the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation at Brno Medlánky Airport. After the tests he was very satisfied with the ALTA performance. We will publish a more detailed test report in the near future.
Yesterday, the ALTO aircraft photo shooting took place at the airport in Kroměříž. In collaboration with Tino Kratochvíl Photography, both static and flight photos were taken. Along with the new photos, look forward to a completely re-designed company logo and website!
On April 1, 2017, the first flight of the ALTO aircraft took place in China. The test flight was part of the Technology Transfer for Wanfeng Aviation. In March of that year, two ALTO aircraft were transported to the site. As part of on-site support, the DF sent a team that participated in the assembly