The homepage of LN-SNX

Tried the instrument panel today, we’re quite happy with the layout. The iEfis can be disassembled from the front of the panel, allowing for reasonable access behind the panel. There will be switch panels on either side of the instrument group.
27. mar, 2019
Project status
A lot og work has been going into the engine compartment and modification of the cowling lately. We’re chipping away on the Sonex universal cowling, still believing that it will come out usable at some point. Time will show I guess.

The firewall have been fitted with most components, layout looks good. Fuel plumbing is ongoing, and electrical power/charge cirquits are in the planning. Will get pictures of everything once the cowling comes of.

Since the UL power engine is not as per our Sonex plans, we also have to apply for an approval of these changes from the authorities. This is ongoing as well.
Finally the propeller came in the mail from Sensenich
Work on the cooling ducts
Panel in progress


This webpage is dedicated to our joint project of building a Sonex experimental aircraft. 

We are four old friends who decided to start this project together. We bought a tail kit from another builder here in Norway in January 2012 and started construction soon after. We decided that if we could get the tail section completed, the joint project was something we could complete.

Needless to say, we soon realized that there was no turning back. So, after getting our project application approved by Norwegian Aviation Authority (project no 320), an order for the rest of the kit was placed, and a large box was delivered to our workshop in July 2012. Cristmas came early that year.

The aircraft is a small two seater constructed from a kit made by Sonex Aircraft LLC. Check our links page to visit their homepage. LN-SNX will be configured as a tail dragger, with dual controls. Our engine of choice is the UL Power 350is. The design is aerobatic, +6/-3 G. However, we do not have an inverted fuel and oil systems, so the aircraft will be limited to positive manouvers.

The serial number of our kit is 1571, meaning there are at least a corresponding number of kits sold as per summer 2012. The line of kits from Sonex LLC have grown in popularity, and they are currently being built and flow world wide. In Norway there are, as far as we know, five other Sonex'es. They are however all in Ultralight category, ours will be the first built and registered in the Experimental/Amature Built category.

Below you can see a couple of good looking Sonex'es, the shiny one in the middle is basically what we have in mind as far as looks goes.

Feel free to roam our web page, we will update our build section with pictures from the construction as we progress.

Should we decide to paint it bright yellow, this is what it will look like
This Sonex has its wing tips, cowling and wheel pants painted. The rest of the aircraft is polished to a mirror like finish. This is how we hope our Sonex will turn out
Simple and nicely organized cockpit. We might have something like this in mind


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Lars Erik | Svar 01.12.2018 00.16

Kommer seg Carl. Må si i fra når dere trenger klistermerker på flyet, så skal jeg fikse det for deg:) Kanskje en haikjeft også

Dirk Verdonck | Svar 24.05.2018 19.21

Hi Guys, My Onex #117 flew for the first time today, no major issues!
How is the installation of your engine going?
Brgds, Dirk

Rune Bjørkelid 25.05.2018 19.25

Hello Dirk, and congratulation on your first flight, glad to hear it went well. Our project is moving along, all though not at high speed at the moment.

Dirk Verdonck | Svar 26.01.2018 11.03

Hi Guys, I'm interested in joining you for the installation course as I plan to use the UL350i in my next Waiex project. Dirk Belgium

Rune 27.01.2018 00.27

Hi Dirk, book your course directly with Evelyne at the ULPower HQ. Our date is February 16'th
Regards Rune

Dirk Verdonck | Svar 20.12.2017 16.21

Hi, Can I have an e-mail address? Dirk

Dirk Verdonck | Svar 20.12.2017 15.59

Hi, I am a Belgian Onex builder and am about to finish my aircraft. The plan is after completing the Onex testing to start building a B-Waiex with UL350i. Dirk

Rune 21.12.2017 08.40

Hello Dirk, and thanks for visiting our website. It sounds like you have a great project ahead of you. The Onex is a great little airplane.

Ivan Midwing | Svar 24.02.2016 19.09

Nice work guy's!

Øyvind Øglænd | Svar 09.09.2013 18.56

Kjekt å se ordentlig håndverk at dyktige instruktører, unnskyld bygger, i "ærverdige" lokaler!! Hils Hans Otto!!

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03.01 | 09:02

Hei Kjell og takk for det. Følg gjerne med på siden vår, siste nytt vil alltid bli oppdatert her.
Mvh Rune

03.12 | 21:39

Imponerende prosjekt, boys. Lykke til med fullføring og testing.
Flyinteressert pensjonert skipsingeniør, Mandal.

01.12 | 00:16

Kommer seg Carl. Må si i fra når dere trenger klistermerker på flyet, så skal jeg fikse det for deg:) Kanskje en haikjeft også

25.05 | 19:25

Hello Dirk, and congratulation on your first flight, glad to hear it went well. Our project is moving along, all though not at high speed at the moment.

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