Reborn Warrior for Aerobility
Reborn Aviation has delivered its first Reborn Warrior to the Aerobility charity which offers disabled people the opportunity to fly an aeroplane. The aircraft, which was specifically adapted to enable those with all ranges of disabilities to fly it, incorporates more than fifty upgrades including modified flying controls, a Lycoming factory rebuilt engine, new propeller, aerodynamic fairings, three LED landing lights, new avionics including Garmin G500 glass cockpit with terrain and traffic awareness, and bespoke paintwork and interior.
Reborn and Aerobility have collaborated closely on the aircraft over a six-month period, says Edmund Hewertson, Reborn Aviation’s founder. “We are very proud to be working with Aerobility and excited to see our product being put to a good use,” he said. “Quality, safety and integrity are at the heart of all our aircraft. This has such great synergy with what Aerobility do (and) we look forward to continuing our partnership with the charity and perhaps seeing even more Reborn Warriors contributing to their success.”
Aerobility Chief Executive Officer Mike Miller-smith, MBE, added: “The PA-28 has been a key part of our aircraft operations for over ten years, with robust and reliable performance alongside attributes which make them suitable for disabled flyers such as level access and our certified hand control. As soon as we heard about the Reborn Aviation Warrior it immediately made sense, bringing the aircraft back to better than new with the latest avionics, aerodynamic modifications and safety features. Safe, reliable, accessible and lowest cost operations are so important for the charity and we believe this aircraft will help us achieve this goal.” For more details visit:
rebornaviation.com and aerobility.com
The Reborn Warrior is a remanufactured PA-28 with advanced 21st century technology and safety features
Piper Warriors are a key part of Aerobility's operations