Dyn'Aéro is a French company that constructs light single-engine aircraft. The company was founded in 1992 in Darois by the son of Pierre Robin, himself the founder of Robin Aircraft, before being bought by the AK Group in 2012.
Dyn'Aéro has always constructed aircraft using composite materials. The factory, initially modest in size, has now produced 650 aircraft in about twenty years, including the two-seater MCR range.
Today, Dyn'Aéro only maintains the MCR fleet. Some of these MCRs still fly with Wingly!