Corvin Huber, newly
announced CEO of Remos Aircraft, unveiled the company's latest
light-sport aircraft-the Remos GX-at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh on Tuesday.
The new aircraft features improvements to the G-3 design including a new
wing, changes to the fuselage, an expanded cargo area, a
ground-adjustable Sensenich propeller, and night visual flight rules
"The new Remos GX
enhances a proven and reliable aircraft, bringing the latest technology
into the mix and assuring that Remos maintains its point position in
light-sport aircraft going forward," Huber said.
The Remos GX fuselage
retains the basic dimensions of the G-3, but it has been manufactured as
a more integrated design that is stronger and lighter. Huber notes that
a new dorsal fin contributes to improved flight stability, safety, and
the aesthetics of the profile. The wing is now made entirely of carbon
fiber and uses monocoque construction, while the airfoil has been
modified for better penetration in turbulence, allowing for a higher
roll rate. An enlarged baggage space has been added, allowing for the
transport of golf clubs and hunting or fishing equipment. The aircraft
retains its 650-pound useful load capability, one of the largest in the
light-sport aircraft industry.
For more information on
Remos aircraft, go to its website at www.Remos.com
or visit its display just west of Exhibit Hangar C.