About Dragonflying

The Bailey Moyes Dragonfly has a rich history spanning over 30 years as a beloved aircraft in the hang-gliding community. Originally designed by Bobby Bailey and further developed with the expertise of Bill Moyes of Moyes Delta Gliders, the Dragonfly quickly gained popularity for its exceptional performance and reliability.

Over the decades, the Dragonfly has been widely used for hang gliding, offering enthusiasts an exhilarating experience soaring through the skies. Its versatile design and robust construction have made it a favorite among pilots of all skill levels, from beginners to seasoned veterans.

With the introduction of the Dragonfly Rancher, this iconic aircraft takes on a new role as a valuable tool for ranchers and landowners. By qualifying as farm equipment, the Dragonfly Rancher offers tax breaks and incentives, making it a practical investment for those looking to enhance their operations while enjoying the thrill of flight.

But the Dragonfly Rancher is more than just a workhorse—it’s also a source of endless fun and adventure. With its nimble handling and responsive controls, flying the Dragonfly Rancher is sure to be the funniest piece of equipment you ever own. Whether you’re herding cattle, surveying your land, or simply taking to the skies for recreation, the Dragonfly Rancher delivers an unforgettable flying experience.

Furthermore, both the traditional hang gliding version and Rancher come as an SLSA (Special Light-Sport Aircraft) version and therefore can be utilized for instruction, training, and time building. Whether you’re honing your skills as a pilot or introducing others to the joys of flight, the Dragonfly is the perfect platform for soaring to new heights.

In summary, the Bailey Moyes Dragonfly has left an indelible mark on the world of aviation, serving as a symbol of freedom and adventure for hang gliding enthusiasts worldwide. With the introduction of the Dragonfly Rancher, this iconic aircraft continues to evolve, offering new opportunities for both work and play in the skies above.