Popular Rotorcraft Association Chapter 18
Serving the Rotorcraft Community and General Aviation Since 1967
The Greater Midwest Rotorcraft Club is a group of rotorcraft enthusiasts, who regularly gather to fly their aircraft and to advance the sport by designing and building safer machines. Based out of Lansing Municipal Airport (IGQ) for the past thirty-seven years, for almost fifty years the Club has provided hundreds of rotorcraft enthusiasts the opportunity to realize their dreams of flying. Come join us.
June 5th, Clow International Airport
Ray Harstick’s Build
This is just one of many gyroplane videos available online.
This video was recorded and edited by club member Kevin Tansor, and it documents some of the time spent by Ray Harstick getting his machine ready.
We are proud to be one of the most active rotorcraft clubs in the US
During the warmer months, we host various weekly and monthly events, and even in the winter, our heated workshop lets us get our aircraft ready for next season. If you’ve ever been interested in gyroplanes or other home-built aircraft, our club is right for you!