Sonex Aircraft is pleased to announce that Kitplanes Magazine’s newest columnist is Sonex’s own Kerry Fores! Fores, Sonex Aircraft Technical Communications Manager, has been invited to be a regular contributor to the popular newsstand publication.
Drawing from his personal experience, as well as nearly 20 years of involvement with Sonex Aircraft, Kerry’s column, “Building Time,” will cover a range of topics related to building and flying homebuilt aircraft, often focusing on the human element that contributes to success or failure. His first column will appear in the January 2019 issue, on newsstands and in the mail this November. Kerry’s writing has previously appeared in Sport Aviation, Sport Pilot, Scale Modeler, Moss Motoring, and Kitplanes magazines as well as online for Triumph Motorcycles.
Kerry’s resume for landing a job at Sonex Aircraft was his scratch built Jabiru 3300 powered Sonex project, S/N 0009, which he named “Metal Illness.”
Metal Illness earned Kerry a Bronze Lindy Award for workmanship at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006, and set the gold standard for polished Sonex Aircraft for years to come.
Sonex, LLC is committed to providing the recreational aviation community innovative, cost-effective and efficient aircraft kits, powerplants, and accessories and supporting them with industry-leading customer service. In addition, Sonex provides leadership to the grass-roots homebuilt community to protect the experimental-amateur built rules and cultivates new pilots and airplane builders through educational efforts.
To continue the Sonex Aircraft heritage of Product Innovation, Affordability, Simplicity, Versatility, Performance, Engineering, and Quality and to expand these themes into a broader aviation marketplace.