The next e-Go presentation will be at the West London Aero Club, White Waltham, on Wednesday November 12th, at 1930

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.

News

Newsletter: August 2014

We had a great day at Tibenham on Sunday 3rd August. The day dawned fine and Keith was up at Main Hall Farm to fly the e-Go across Mildenhall airspace to Tibenham where we lined up with the other display… Read more →

Roadshow: The Aviation Society, Ringway

Our “e-Go roadshow” has met with a lot of interest from Cornwall to Perth. We have agreed to speak at The Aviation Society (TAS) at Ringway in Manchester on Monday 4th August and have provisional bookings for a number of… 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 →

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