Why so few Sonex in SA

The Monnet Family Business including Sonerai, Monerai sailplane, Moni motorglider, Monex racer, along with numerous other homebuilt aircraft.

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ncooper
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Re: Why so few Sonex in SA

Unread post by ncooper » Mon Jul 16, 2012 11:16 am

Wow Jonathan, it looks great.

I saw the kit in Oshkosh and they claimed the fuselage was clecoed together in 2.5 hours. Not sure how many people were involved, though. A stunning little aircraft, she is. Would you mind if I pop in at some stage for a closer look? Please e-mail me some details to aerospace.wx@gmail.com if you don’t mind.

Can I use your photos for our Facebook page? Good luck with the project!
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Re: Why so few Sonex in SA

Unread post by bladerunner » Tue Jul 17, 2012 7:29 am

Looking good Jonty!

Please update your original thread (with more pics and comments if you can!)
What are the plans / instructions like?
Quality of the kit and parts?
Support from Sonex?

I could go on...
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Re: Why so few Sonex in SA

Unread post by ncooper » Thu Nov 15, 2012 9:54 am

Hi All

This is our "pimped-up" demonstrator aerie which we have displayed as part of our launch at the recent EAA Sun & Fun in Bloemfontein. With this we hope to change the question to "Why so MANY Sonex's in SA?" Economical, has lots of performance, is strong with aerobatic capabilities, simple and fun to fly, etc...

Please note the website as displayed on the wing will be up and running within the next few days.
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