For the ALTO 912 TG we offer a transfer license or Technology Transfer (TT).

  • Complete drawing / Technical documentation
  • Staff Training
  • Technical Support

The Technology Transfer package is therefore a simple, fast and very economical option for launching licenced production in any country.


In April 2016 Direct Fly signed the Technology Transfer Agreement with Chinese company Wanfeng Aviation. The Technology Transfer (TT) included handover of complete drawing documentation, technical support and employee training. The first stage of Technology Transfer training for Chinese company Wanfeng Aviation began in September 2016. At this stage employees were acquainted with engine installation and finishing operations on the aircraft. Following year the Direct Fly team was sent to China to provide the technical support and test-fly the assembled aircraft. The second stage of training for Wanfeng Aviation focused on building the airframe and the wing of the ALTO.


Within the Technology Transfer package the customer is in electronic form provided with complete drawing documentation, that is necessary for production of individual parts and their placement into superior assemblies. The technical documentation is then suitable platform for the aicraft certification in the chosen area.


The license transfer includes also the technical support in the place of project realization. Based on the previously set conditions, Direct Fly team is send to the customer to consult and possibly help with solving problems with the production of the aircraft.


The Technology Transfer package also includes the customers staff training. The training is divided into several phases focused on different parts of the aircraft. At the end of each phase the customers employers undergo the knowledge test, based on which they obtain unique certificate. For maximal ilustrativeness the training is done on real parts of manufactured aircraft.


First part of the training is focused on the equipment, wiring and ROTAX 912ULs engine instalation. Final part of the training takes part at the airport and is focused on the finishing works on the aircraft and on the first flight.


Following phase is focused on the assembly and riveting of the fuselage, tail surfaces and aircraft wing. The staff is introduced to various kinds of riveting techniques, bearing pressing and other standard operations.


In the final phase the staff is trained in the area of individual parts production. The training is done in folowing areas: milling, folding, pressing and other forming methods. The phase III includes the provision of fixtures and production plans.