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Remos G3 Light Sport Aircraft...


Remos G3 - This Is A Great Entry Level Light
Sport Aircraft - Here's Why...

If you are looking for a true light sport aircraft (LSA) then you are going to want to make sure you really give the Remos G3 a good hard look... It is a great little 2 seater airplane that should give you years of fun flying and training in.

IMPORTANT: Make sure you realize that when you look at used Remos G3's for sale there are various versions of this airplane. Some of the earlier versions only have 80 horsepower. Your going to want to make sure you focus on ones that have 100 horsepower as having 20 extra hp is going to make a big difference when the engine is this small.


Here Is A Couple Things You Should Really Like About The Remos
G3 Light Sport Aircraft...


First - It Has A LOT Of Room In The Cabin...

The great thing about this airplane (depending on which version you pick up) it has a lot of room in the cabin for you. It has a 46.8 inch wide cockpit that gives you a lot of room to move around in and enjoy your flight with.

If you do some research your going to see that there are some twin engine airplanes that don't have that wide of a cockpit. Not only that, the Cessna 150 has about a 38 inch wide cockpit (depending on the version). So when you factor that in, your going to get a lot more elbow room for your flights.

If you are a bigger adult and have flown before, you know how big of a pain flying in a cramped 2 seater is as you are always rubbing elbows together. While, you should not have that problem with the Remos G3.

Second - It Has A HUGE Useable Load Capability..

The thing I really love about the Remos G3 is the fact that it can haul 695 pounds. That is a lot of weight for a small entry level LSA 2 seater. Not only that, if you are bigger or want to take a passenger and some luggage - your going to be able to still fly around a bit.

One of the biggest problems with entry level airplanes is the fact that it is very hard to take full fuel, 2 people and some luggage. You usually have to sacrifice the fuel and then you end up cutting the range down, which means you end up using more fuel because you have to make stops to get more fuel.

That is not a fun experience if you are trying to get somewhere. Not only do you waste more fuel on extra take off's and climbs, you also waste a lot of time as well. It takes quite a bit of time to divert your flight, get fuel, taxi, exc. So having the extra load capacity is a huge bonus with this airplane.

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James David

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