Discussion in 'Morgan Aeroworks' started by Garry Morgan, Mar 22, 2015.
Garry, are you moving to NZ. I saw the post re selling a R912 as moving overseas.
Cheyenne on a test flight;
(only just uploaded this, youtube may still be stabilizing the image 13:49-13/05/16)
Yes I am moving out of this country ASAP. The business will keep going as I will be handing it over to someone, as about 100 aircraft need to be supported. I will be flying gliders in the southern alps and chasing the mountain waves. It has just got to silly in this country.
Yes, we have an abysmal record at looking after our own aviation enterprises Nev
Looks a very pretty aeroplane Gary. Do you (or Aeroworks) have intentions to market it as a kit for homebuilding? Is it intended to routinely derig for transport/storage?
If I was Jabiru, I would be thinking South Africa was a better country to do business. I wish I could change things here.
I will be handing over the business to someone who may kit the Cheyenne, The wings on the Cheyenne are in 4 pieces and the outer pannles are removered in 8 min each day to get it into the hangar. this is done on my own ,I have a wing sadle in the middle of the wing, when the two bolts are removered the wing comes off and turns vertical and wheeled in the hangar.
Well done Morgans.
Be close to the cheapest glider in the world wouldn't it?
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