7th July: Next flying event – Tibenham details here. Catch up on forthcoming events here.

The e-Go is a remarkably light single seat aircraft. At the cutting edge of design and material innovation, it defines a new category of leisure aviation. We call it the fun flying machine.

Fun flying

The e-Go puts the thrill back into flying, offering the pilot exceptional visibility from a comfortable well laid out cockpit. The glass panel display and light responsive controls give e-Go “…. fighter like handling in an economic, reliable, cost effective package” Keith Dennison, Chief Test Pilot.

Low cost of ownership

After purchase there are no ongoing fees. Fly with a microlight pilot’s license with readily obtainable third party insurance. Disassemble the e-Go into the optional e-Go trailer and have no hangar fees. It uses garage forecourt petrol (mogas) at around 65mpg and only costs £15 per hour to fly. Engine service interval is a massive 200 hours.

Reserve yours now

Orders have been taken already but you can still secure a manufacturing slot for delivery in 2015. A refundable £5k deposit secures your place in the queue. Sale price fixed for 2015 is £50k + VAT. Price includes the comprehensive avionics package, initial transition training with several hours on the flight simulator, support and warranty.


Event: Tibenham Heritage Wings and Wheels Show

The e-Go first took to the air at Tibenham airfield in October 2013 so it is especially pleasing that we plan to return on August 3rd to participate in the Heritage Wings and Wheels Show. We will have a stand at the… Read more →

Press Release: e-Go appoints CEO from industry

e-Go aeroplanes announces the appointment of Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Hillcoat, aeronautical engineer and private pilot, who assumed the position from the 1st July 2014. “In January last year, e-Go aeroplanes set out to fly its prototype, raise capital to… Read more →

Article: FLYER – e-Go at AeroExpo 2014

From the e-Go’s first public flight to an aviation fashion show, there was plenty to keep the crowds happy. Ian Waller reports: The highlight of the show had to be the first public flight of the e-Go with displays at… Read more →

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