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Article from BTNews 26 SEPTEMBER 2016

Aircraft builder for sale

e-Go aeroplanes is seeking a buyer.

Having successfully completed flight trials with its prototype aircraft, and delivered the first production aircraft, e-Go aeroplanes is seeking a buyer for the company to carry the business forward. 
 
e-Go aeroplanes was awarded the Team Bronze Medal by the Royal Aeronautical Society earlier this year in such company as the European Space Agency’s Rosetta Stone Team and The Beagle 2 Mars Mission Engineering Team.
 
e-Go chairman Terry Holloway said: “e-Go is a truly wonderful aeroplane, and the team who designed and developed it have high hopes for its future. All those who have flown e-Go have praised its superb handling and amazing performance, as well as its exceptionally low running costs, which are less than £15 per hour – a fraction of the costs associated with other aircraft.  This year air show audiences have been wowed by the aerobatic sequences flown by the company's chief test pilot, Keith Dennison.”
 
Mr Dennison commented: “Compared with most general aviation aircraft out there, this aircraft has very spritely handling. It does really snap around in the sky and as a complete package is such fun to fly. It’s like having wings strapped to your shoulders and is probably one of the most exciting light aircraft I’ve ever flown”.

www.e-goaeroplanes.com

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