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First German Hyperion Flying Day a Huge Hit

Club in orange - Hyperion team in blue

Club in orange - Hyperion team in blue

On May 2nd 2009, a new concept was introduced for the first time in Germany. In fact, the concept is new all-over. With more than 25 Hyperion models rigged up for teacher-student flights, no RC company has previously granted such risk-free access to test flights. Our 6 experienced pilots took people with varying experience in the air to present the models in their element and allow guest control.

The day was organized with fantastic help from the dedicated members of MSG Keltern, a perfectly located club near Stuttgart, Bavaria. Weather could not have been more perfect and we have never flown in a more beautiful scenery. Huge thanks for your great help and hospitality!

Both Hyperion aerobatic models and warbirds were available for test flying and were extensively flown. Between test flight sessions, the day saw some impressive models and flights from local members and guests as well as from Hyperion Team members Max Ebert and Gerhard Hanssmann.

During the past 2 years, the Hyperion Europe show team has perfected the test flying concept in Scandinavia and we are now rolling it out across Europe. We hope to bring it to a club near you in the future – we’d love to hear from you if your club could be interested in helping us host a Hyperion Flying Day. We have several concepts to offer. Please contact us at info at hyperion-eu dot com

Airmix Flieger-TV was on-site. Stay tuned for a video from the event.

Enjoy some pictures from our day in Dietlingen – thank you Aufwind, MSG Keltern, LAS Lippis and all friends and test pilots!

May 3, 2009
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2nd of May 2009 Hyperion Flying Day, South Germany

The dates for our many shows in 2009 are falling into place in these weeks. First date to settle finally is for our show that we are doing with two partners – the Aufwind Magazine and LAS Lippis, a local Hyperion dealer on May 1st 2009

You can read more about the show in this pre-release article from Aufwind, written in German language.

We hope to see you there!

December 24, 2008
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Thank You Friedrichshafen Visitors!

Creating details when building the booth on-site

To all of our guest at our booth in Friedrichshafen last weekend – THANK YOU. We appreciate your time on our booth and hope you liked our presentation of new and existing products.

Our next planned appearance in Germany is the next Faszination Modellbau show in Sinsheim, March 2009. More information will follow as we get closer.

November 7, 2008
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Hyperion exhibits at Faszination Modellbau Friedrichshafen, 31/10 to 2/11 2008

As a natural extension of our tradeshow participation in Faszination Modellbau in Sinsheim earlier this year, Hyperion Europe continues the German tour with yet a show in 2008. Friedrichshafen is located in the south of Germany on the shores of lake Bodensee, which is bordered by Austria, Switzerland and Germany.

With such a great location we look forward to a great show – Hyperion is located in Hall A3, booth number 3232 (cannot be missed) and we look so much forward to welcoming our users, dealers and partners alike!

October 6, 2008
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Next event: Tarp, Germany August 17

Meet Hyperion in North Germany on Sunday August 17 where we exhibit as part of the Flight Show in Tarp.

See invitation and details here

July 25, 2008
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Next event: Ljungby Sweden June 29

Meet Hyperion in South Sweden on Sunday June 29 for a Hyperion Demo Day event. We invite all RC modellers to come see and try our many electric models!

See invitation and details here

June 13, 2008
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