Teaching two-days on seminars on REMOS maintenance were (l. to r.) Matthias Kuhn, Nicholas Williams, Dirk von Zweydorff, Wolfgang Labudde.
Rogers, AR – In a move designed to upgrade and standardize the servicing and maintenance of REMOS aircraft in North America, three factory personnel made the trip from Germany to the United States to conduct five seminars over a nine-day period. They were joined by one American. The program was attended by 25 representatives from 17 different facilities which more than doubles the previous number of service centers.
The first day of the event focused on avionics, starting with wiring diagrams for the REMOS. They also covered the Dynon SkyView, battery maintenance and installing wiring harnesses retrofit kits.
On the second day they covered wing folding procedures, sealant, landing gear installation, nose gear maintenance, tire and brake servicing, elevator checks, 100-hour and annual inspections, the Rotax checklist, propeller adjustments and carburetor synchronizing. Both sessions had open discussions and question periods. Response to the program was positive and enthusiastic.
“There are no great mysteries to servicing a REMOS aircraft,” said Theo Paeffgen, CEO of the company. “However, there are some unique features on the REMOS and we want to make sure that all of our service centers are operating with the same standards for precision and thoroughness. Part of this program was to accommodate expansion of our service centers and the other part is to make sure we’re all on the same page. Our customers deserve that.”
For more information visit www.REMOS.com or call Sue Parker at 831.455.8631.
REMOS Aircraft is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of Light Sport Aircraft. Established in 1994, REMOS is an international manufacturer with branches in Germany and North America. The REMOS GX, the flagship product of the company, is a single-engine Light Sport Aircraft, made with composite-material and is certified by the FAA and the EASA. REMOS has a state-of-the-art factory in Pasewalk, Germany. The company distributes and services aircraft worldwide via an exclusive network of sales, services and flight training programs.