Michael Hass, Wilhelmshafen
REMOS pilot since 2009
A tiny budget aircraft combined with Airbus technology: That’s my Remos GX. I own my plane for two years now, and in the meantime I took it to the Côte d’Azur, to Cornwall, Denmark and to quite a few other European countries. Just roll out your Remos, get its wheels off, and here comes the fun. I especially enjoy the “convertible feeling” during summer time; the doors are removed in five minutes’ time, and then savor the open air experience – it’s better than bungee jumping. It’s quite something that the Remos is approved for anything like this. The main reason for my decision for the Remos was something else, however: I have been shopping around intensively, compared many an airplane, yet I did not find such a convincing manufacturing quality anywhere else. Up to now, my log shows some 200 very fine flight hours in my Remos, and I am absolutely satisfied with its comfort, its low consumption, excellent climb rate, and the aircraft’s reliability and agility
Stefan Krabbe, Grefrath
The REMOS does exactly what you tell it to do – that makes it a stunning all-round aircraft not only for experienced flyers but also for trainee pilots. I bought my first Remos GX, D-MSGX in December 2008. In the meantime, I have sold it already as I intend to offer a fleet of new or as-good-as-new REMOS GX at all times. In June 2010 I purchased another REMOS GX, D-MGXX, another onein July 2011, D-MTGX, and yet another in April 2013, D-MSNX. As anticipated, all three of them are reliable and require little maintenance; they are beautiful, have a remarkable premium touch, and a high residual value. That makes it the ideal aircraft for my aviation school. I’m flying since 1997 already, established aviation school “Follome” in 2008 and so far I have trained about fifty student pilots. We have recorded many flights on photographs and videos, and we show a selection on our homepage at http://www.flugschule-followme.de/?action=FollowmeTV. I love flying the REMOS not only as an instructor pilot but also when I am flying it for fun. In addition, I’m chartering out the aircraft: The Remos is an ideal cruising plane, and our customers appreciate this. It is fast, convenient, is very well to handle in-flight, and, fully loaded, flying it is even more fun.
Roland Granvogl, Langenmosen
Vested Amateur Aviator
Four weeks ago I purchased my REMOS GXeLITE. I’m airborne for 15 years now; I had another ultra-light aircraft before for quite some time. Well, I sold it, shopped around, and it dawned on me pretty fast: It’s got to be REMOS. In my mind, its design, manufacturing quality and its in-flight characteristics make it the best aircraft on the market – after all, the Remos has been refined and optimized for years. When I picked it up at the Pasewalk Plant, I was treated to a short guided tour and received my REMOS GXeLITE. Under a gorgeous sky, I could then ferry it to my home base in Burgheim/Bavaria. Upon arrival, a real big surprise: All my fellow aviators were there and had set up a champagne reception. They all were excited about my plane; everyone wanted to get a turn on the aerodrome circuit with it. While I did not get much airtime with the REMOS yet, I am absolutely thrilled about it, and I am looking forward to the flights on it. Next year we will be heading to Elba, it will be a magnificent flight across the Alps. Together with other pilots and my wife, I also love to take day trips to Austria, or weekend trips to Northern Italy, or to cities where I haven’t been yet.
Flight School Owner
Right from the very first moment of flying a REMOS, I was absolutely thrilled. I had already read many good things about it, and when I actually sat in the plane I was convinced for good. Meanwhile I have my own G3 for ten years and have logged 3,000 flight hours on it – my first impression has been confirmed entirely. Two and a half years ago I also bought a GX. It is slightly more agile and faster than the G3, and, moreover, easier to land. The G3, however, is untiringly well-tempered and condones almost any goof-ups that student pilots come up with. So far I have trained 20 pilots – I have turned my hobby into a profession, the best of all worlds. I am offering scenic flights, and I am airborne with passengers 150 hours every year: Most of the time we are heading for the Baltic Sea or Heligoland. In the quieter months, I still enjoy hopping on the plane with my wife to make a trip to Berlin or to the Baltic Sea.