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Our 2nd Remos at KFUL

Our 2nd Remos at KFUL

We've moved our 2nd Remos to KFUL.

Ballistic Recovery System hatch

Ballistic Recovery System hatch

Below is a BRS-6 rocket and parachute. We want to ensure our students' safety, so our aircraft fly with a parachute.

Leather seats in our Remos

Leather seats in our Remos

Our 2nd Remos has cinnamon leather seats, auto pilot, and an updated GPS. Great for training, even better for cross country flights!

Flying the pattern over KFUL

Flying the pattern over KFUL

What better way to work off the Thanksgiving turkey and pie than some flight time? Forget the post-holiday sales and traffic!

Snow Capped San Gabriel Mtns

Snow Capped San Gabriel Mtns

The view from the General Aviation FBO offices - Nov 27 2015

Remos Strength Testing

Remos Strength Testing

We knew Carbon Fiber and Kevlar construction was strong. This helps demonstrate it.

Remos Testing

Remos Testing

Composite airframes are strong. Really strong. Yet very light. We can rotate the Remos by hand because it's light weight and balanced. Really.

Take off from Runway 6 - Fullerton

Take off from Runway 6 - Fullerton

Remos GX taking off on Runway 6 out of Fullerton - Nov 2015

Zach doing his Pre-Flight

Zach doing his Pre-Flight

Our student Zach doing his pre-flight check on the Remos GX. Here, Zach is "burping" the engine to check oil level. BTW, Zach is 12 years old!

Landing at KFUL

Landing at KFUL

Belly shot of the Remos GX. Zach landing at Runway 24 at Fullerton

Video Gallery:

Intro Flight!

This is a well done video of an instructor out of North Carolina teaching a student to fly in the Remos GX!  Notice... no doors!

Folding the Remos GX's wings... Yes, they are meant to do that!

We don't fold the wings on our Remos GX since our students fly it so often.  But here's a great video showing how the wings fold and stow.

Remos G3 flying in Europe

The G3 is the predecessor to the GX, but both are popular in Europe.  This video illustrates why we chose the Remos GX as a trainer... namely the great view outwards and below (for ground reference training.)

Cirrus ballistic parachute deployment over Pacific Ocean - Jan 2015

This Cirrus deployed its parachute as it ran out of fuel over the Pacific Ocean.  The Ferry Pilot landed in the ocean, had time to deploy a raft, and was recovered by a cruise ship soon after splash down.

Our Student doing Steep Turn Training:

Here's our student Zach (who's 12 years old, by the way) doing his steep turn training in the Remos GX over the La Habra practice area

Flight for the Human Spirit

Pilot Michael Combs flew Coast-to-Coast in the Remos GX Light Sport Aircraft... in 2 days!  He set a world's record!  Watch the video and see Michael Comb's website at www.flighths.com.

Birth of a Remos GX:

This video shows how the Remos GX is built.  Great way to see how well constructed and how strong the airframe is on a Remos!

Ballistic Recovery System (BRS) deployment in a Cirrus - Nov 2015

The video below is from November 2015 and the deployment of the airframe parachute, known as a BRS, in a Cirrus aircraft.  All occupants walked away with minor injuries.