How many Sonex Aircraft are there?

How many Sonex Aircraft are there?

The Sonex, Waiex and Xenos are a family of lightweight, metal, low-wing, two seat homebuilt aircraft. Kits are produced and marketed by Sonex Aircraft, a small manufacturer based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. By 2014, 500 customer built aircraft had been completed. The Sonex can also be built from plans.

Who owns Sonex Aircraft?

Mark Schaible
Owner & President, Sonex LLC A Sonex employee since 2003, Mark Schaible founded Sonex, LLC in 2022 and purchased the assets of Sonex Aircraft, AeroConversions, and Sonex Aerospace to lead the organization and its staff into the next generation.

How much does it cost to build a Sonex plane?

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Kit Package Current Price New Price
Sonex-B Complete Airframe Kit $23,997 $24,495
Sonex-B Kit-Minus-Tail Package $22,162 $22,660
Sonex-B Quick Build Kit $31,767 $32,395
Waiex-B Complete Airframe Kit $24,318 $24,995

How long does it take to build a Sonex aircraft?

700-1,000 hours
Using our basic Complete Airframe Kits, 700-1,000 hours is the average build time for most of our piston models, and we have seen build times as low as 500 hours. Completion of the Xenos Complete Airframe Kit should take between 1,000-1,200 hours on average.

How long does it take to build a Sonex?

How high can a SubSonex fly?

PBS TJ-100 E3S Specifications*

Max Thrust (max 5 min.) 258.53 lbf [1150 N]
Max Operating Altitude 32,808 ft. msl
Max Starting Altitude 19,685 ft. msl
Flight Speed Range 0 to 0.8 mach
Speed Range for Startup 0 to 0.6 mach

How fast is a Sonex airplane?

The Sonex-B Kit

Stall Speed (Vfe): 40 mph
Cruise at Sea Level*: 130-135 mph
Cruise at 8,000′ (TAS): 150-170 mph
G-loads: +6/-3(solo) +4.4/-2.2(dual)
Range (1): 687 miles

How fast is the Sonex jet?

What does Sonex mean?

Acronym. Definition. SONEX. Subsonic Assessment (SASS) Ozone and Nitrogen Oxide Experiment.

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