REMOS has delivered its 450th aircraft. The REMOS GXNXT, call sign D-MZHL, is now based in Bremgarten, an airfield in the South-Western part of Germany. Susanne and Hartmut Lang are now owners of a very special REMOS: Their new GXNXT (GXnXES as it is called in the U.S.) is serial number 450. REMOS engineer Paul Foltz flew the ultralight aircraft with call sign D-MZHL from the factory in Pasewalk to Bremgarten.
The aircraft is equipped with the latest avionics by Dynon and Garmin. Susanne and Hartmut Lang are looking forward to many exciting flights all over Germany and neighboring countries. “The REMOS GXNXT perfectly suits our needs. Its avionics suite is second to none, the flight characteristics are just amazing and the quality of this aircraft is well-known. We’re happy to receive our new REMOS right in time for the new season.”
450 REMOS aircraft have been delivered to customers all over the world since the maiden flight of the G-3 Mirage took place back in 1997. In 2006, the company moved into its factory in Pasewalk, Mecklenburg Western-Pomerania – where REMOS produces high-quality aircraft „made in Germany“.
Today, REMOS manufactures the GXNXT/GXnXES, powered by the carbureted 100 hp Rotax 912 S, and the new GXiS that utilizes the fuel injected Rotax 912 iS Sport that also develops 100 hp but is much more fuel efficient. The entry level model is the REMOS GXClub, based on the GXNXT (GXnXES).
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