The Sonex webinar for EAA Homebuilders Week is now available to view as a video archive! Watch the Video Now! The video can also be seen on our Sonex Webinars page. On Monday, January 24, 2022 new Sonex owner and president Mark Schaible presented a webinar for the EAA Homebuilders Week event covering all the… Read More
Tune-In to EAA Homebuilders Week on Monday, January 24, 2022 at 4pm Central Time for a Sonex webinar presented live by new Sonex owner and president Mark Schaible. Sign-Up Today! Mark will talk about all the new developments at Sonex, LLC including the recent changes in the business structure, the status of new aircraft projects… Read More
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Press Release: Sonex Employee Buys Business; Sonex LLC Looks Forward to Bright Future with Diversified Offerings, New Products and a New Advisory Board
Long-time Sonex employee and general manager Mark Schaible has purchased the assets of Sonex Aircraft, LLC and Sonex Aerospace, LLC and will continue their operations as owner and president of the newly formed Sonex, LLC. The Oshkosh, Wisconsin-based kit aircraft, engine, accessories and unmanned aircraft manufacturer is retaining all of the current staff and will… Read More
The kit aircraft industry has enjoyed strong sales during the COVID-19 pandemic, however, rampant inflation and a tough labor market are necessitating major price increases for the Sonex Aircraft and AeroConversions line of products. This is the first price increase for Sonex Aircraft in over three years. Order NOW to take advantage of current pricing…. Read More
Attention all Sonex Aircraft builders: Sonex Aircraft will once again be having a year-end shutdown for inventory and other year-end tasks, along with several staff vacation schedules. This year’s shut-down will be extended by one additional week due to a major accounting system conversion set to take place as-part of the year-end activities, and will… Read More
Congratulations to Olivier Duvauchelle of Herissart, France whose standard gear, AeroVee powered Waiex (S/N W0182) flew for the first time on October 24th! “First take-off made on October 24, 2021, is the culmination of 3 years of assembly of the kit,” writes Olivier, “It was exciting and interesting. We will now take advantage of it… Read More
Congratulations to Steve Dee of Cordova, Tennesseee whose SubSonex (S/N JSX0023) flew for the first time on July 5th! “I have 10 hours on it now, and working on envelope expansion in Phase I,” writes Steve. Gold Wings are on the way! View the Latest Sonex Aircraft Completions
Congratulations to Francois Gerard of Oise, France whose standard gear, Rotax 912S powered Waiex-B (S/N WXB0018) flew for the first time on October 15th! “First flight on the Compiègne airfield north of Paris,” writes Francois, “very pleasant at the controls, smooth takeoff and landing. Next job, painting” Gold Wings are on the way to Francois!… Read More
Attention fellow EAA members and Homebuilders:
Sonex, LLC is seeking an addition to our engineering team to help shape future products for Sonex Aircraft, AeroConversions and Sonex Aerospace at our Hornets’ Nest Research and Development facility at Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH) in Oshkosh, WI. Experience managing large models in SolidWorks along with disciplined 2D CAD skills and attention to detail are a must, along with mechanical aptitude and experience working with Experimental Amateur Built aircraft.
Sonex wants to review a diverse group of candidates to find the perfect fit for this position. Whether you are just starting your career or have years of experience in the industry, we want to hear from you if you have the skills and experience outlined above combined with a passion for homebuilt aircraft and the ability to work well with others in a fast-paced team environment. Candidate should be a highly organized self-starter with excellent oral and written communication skills and creative problem-solving skills. Experience specific to metal aircraft is a major plus.