The SP-SADA and SP-SOIR planes will present themselves in a compact formation.
They are two of three or four planes that are in a flying position in Poland and here they were constructed by Eng. Jerzy Cisowski and were produced.
Many copies of summer in Western Europe and in the USA.
Name / type REMOS G-3 MIRAGE G-3
Construction: the aircraft has a shell structure, partially interleaved, made of epoxy glass, carbon and aramid fiber composite
Hull: laminate type of coverage: laminate shell
Wings: laminate type of cover: laminate caisson, the remaining part covered with ceconite
Fixation: classic laminate type of coverage: fully laminated shell
Chassis: composite elastic shin
Engine / Quantity / Power: Rotax 912 / 80kM
Planes REMOS G-3 is a construction developed in Poland by Polish engineers. They were produced in the REMOS company in Bilsko Biała. Construction and equipment was continued for the following years and the first flight took place in 2007. The aircraft was registered in the Czech Republic and had the OK-MUR02 and OK-MUR-03 marks. In October 2012, after completing the necessary formalities at ULC, they obtained the Polish marks SP-SADA and SP-SOIR and were allowed to perform flights. The G-3 protoplast is EOL from which GRMINI, 3xtrim, and Remos Mirage G-3 were sequentially obtained. Remos produced the G-3 mainly for the western and US western European markets. There are several copies in Poland. Currently, production has been moved from Bielsko-Biała to Germany. Airplanes are equipped with the parachute rescue system Magnum Spid 450.
We would like to show planes which, despite the fact that the Polish construction is slowly going through economical and marketing reasons in memory as Western constructions.