Eight Remos dealers and mechanics recently attended the first Remos Aero Technical Institute (ATI) Program, where they spent four days learning about the Remos GX airframe and another four learning about the Rotax engine that powers the LSA.
The airframe portion included a section on FAA regulations and ASTM standards along with inspections, repairs and service. The Rotax sessions included two days of hands-on engine servicing techniques, followed by two days of maintenance activity.
All A&Ps and LSA repairmen who complete the ATI program are qualified to operate Remos Service Centers in the United States. It is anticipated that many service centers will be operated in conjunction with Remos Pilot Centers, which are also being established across the country, company officials noted.
While the course is intended for professional mechanics, it is also being opened on a limited basis to Remos aircraft owners.
The next Remos ATI Program will run Nov. 9-17.
For more information: 863-655-5100 or Remos.com.