Aircraft Review

September 2011 Issue

Remos NXT: Slick, Sophisticated

At a premium price, the new Remos GX-NXT has updated ergonomics and build quality near the top of the class.

In the not-that-rarified world of LSA marketing, Remos enjoys a spot in the top 10, thanks to modest penetration in the training market and the fact that the company has been around the block a few times. At a distance, a Remos may look like just another white composite LSA, but up close, it struts some different stuff. These are exceptionally carefully crafted airplanes and despite their relatively high prices, theyíve sold rather well in the U.S., occupying a spot behind Tecnam and Legend, according to LSA guru Dan Johnsonís research. With the announcement of the GX-NXT, the company is into its third generation design and although they havenít exactly re-written the design brief, the newest airplane has some significant improvements on what was already a refined product.

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