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REMOS Aircraft has designed a new landing gear and completely changed the interior as well as the paint scheme with its GX 2009

REMOS Aircraft introduces GX 2009 at Sebring

REMOS Aircraft has introduced its exciting new 2009 model of the GX at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo at Sebring. The aircraft has a completely redesigned landing gear, all-new cockpit interior and significant upgrades to the list of options for the instrument panel, seats and propeller. Sporting a unique modernist paint scheme, the GX 2009 is now available for delivery in the United States in the Explorer, Aviator I and Aviator II configurations.  

A rugged, heavy duty chromoly steel tube landing gear has replaced the old composite gear in anticipation of extensive flight training operations as well as an emphasis on adventure flying and utility applications. The use of REMOS by flight schools and for off-airport operations has been escalating rapidly as the aircraft becomes better known for its docile handling, precision construction and economy of operation. The stout gear is also designed to host new aerodynamic wheelpants or accommodate oversize tires for landings on sod, gravel strips or river bars. The new gear can be retrofitted to existing GX and G3 models.

All three versions of the GX 2009 feature a completely redesigned interior with a new two-tone paint scheme that extends from the baggage area to the glare shield. With its new contoured seats that include lumbar support, improved memory foam and sleek new lines, covered with a high end textile material which allows improved air circulation or with optional fine leather in cinnamon color, new wall to wall carpeting, extensive new padding for sound dampening, and new door latches, the comfort level of the REMOS currently competes with luxury automobiles. The standard 3-D fabric seats and the optional leather seats, designed and produced by an airline seat manufacturer, are wider to provide better thigh support. These new seats provide comfort for extended cross-country flying and assure that pilot and passenger will arrive with plenty of energy.

The Explorer and Aviator I come with a ground-adjustable Sensenich propeller and the Aviator II now sports a new three-blade Neuform composite propeller (optional for the Explorer and Aviator I).

The Explorer features conventional steam gauges; the Aviator I has a partial Dynon glass panel, and the Aviator II is all glass. There are multiple options for what consumers can order in the way of avionics and communication equipment.

"REMOS is focused on advancing adventure flying, luxury travel, flight training and utility operations," said Corvin Huber, CEO of REMOS Aircraft. "The changes we have made in the GX 2009 design are consistent with our goals to provide leadership in those four areas of flight. In expanding the performance and comfort envelopes REMOS has raised the bar for the definitions of 'quality' and 'value'."

REMOS Aircraft, which maintains the greatest useful load in the LSA industry, has been increasing market share considerably over the past 12 months and the company expects that the dynamic new 2009 version will see REMOS way ahead in terms of total sales within the United States.

Press release issued by Remos AG on January 23, 2009

 

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Sensenich Propeller Manufacturing Co. Wooden Propellers, Metal Propellers, Composite Propellers
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