Carbon fiber, the key
material of the REMOS GX , is virtually aging-resistant.
The toughest test for reliability and longevity is flight training
operations. Even after more than 3,000 flying hours and over 20,000
landings, the structural integrity of the fuselage, the wings,
empennage, rudder and landing gear is virtually the same as in a new
Beside the high value
retention, low operating costs are a further financial advantage.
Fuel consumption can be as low as about 2.3 gph (and the GX can use
premium auto fuel instead of aviation fuel, for further operating
Oil consumption typically
is just 0.2 quarts in 100 flying hours, and with favourably overall
maintenance and repair expenses, the REMOS GX has one of the lowest
operating costs in the industry. And if you want to save on parking
costs at the airfield - just put the plane in your garage - or on a