Thanks, I am currently training with those guys! I thing the m24 with the 925 's are hard to come by. And I want one now. The world is ending you know. Would love to fly out where you are some day. Looked at your sight. Looks awesome!
It is my impression that he has, I don't know it for a fact.Magni have really only just started putting 915s in their gyros. I would be surprised if there were any in the US yet, and if there are, they would likely be brand new and built by their owners (and thus not for sale). The best thing to do to get one of your own is what Vance's spinal surgeon did... once people can cross the Atlantic again!
Vance, do you know if your guy has actually got his flying here in the US yet?
That's all well and good, but "non-essential" travel to the EU is still suspended, and probably will be until at least June.daily transatlantic flights going on - I live close to airway UL9 one of the routes to from the USA and Europe - not as busy as usual for sure but still some daily passenger flights - looking up I see VIRGIN 685 out of Heathrow thirty mins ago en route JFK ( A350 G-VJAM ) - BA, Delta and American still ploughing back and forth too. Plus flights from other European capitals.
In my opinion, unless you consistently fly at higher altitudes, the 912 ULS performs nearly as well as the 914, and is a lot simpler to deal with (no turbo/waste-gate control issues, pressurized carbs, etc).
The 915iS is one step beyond these, of course, being basically a turbocharged and intercooled 912S, with the addition of electronic fuel control. The tradeoffs are that it's necessarily more complicated, longer, heavier, and nearly twice the cost of the 912.