Societe Dyn'Aéro is a light aircraft manufacturing company based in Darois, France. Founded on 7 November 1992, the company is notable for its MCR series of factory built and homebuilt aircraft such as the two seat Dyn'Aero MCR01. Dyn'Aero Aircraft are all-composite, carbon fibre, light aircraft based on the aluminum MC-100 Ban-Bi original design of Michel Colomban. Aircraft are supplied either as an amateur-built kit or optionally ready built where regulations allow.
Dyn'Aéro was founded on 7 September 1992 by the team of three who built the first CR100, with CEO Christophe Robin.
The company went bankrupt in January 2012 and was sold to Groupe AK on 1 March 2012.