Since the Blois show, my wife and I have been beside ourselves with excitement about the Bionix. I have not yet had the chance to fly the wing, but will do so on the "come and try it" day that Aircreation has arranged at the begining of November.
The first wings are going to be produced for dealers and instructors, so individuals, like me, will have to wait till early next year to take delivery.
At first there will be little colour choice as the factory produces enough wings to suit demand, but the yellow stripe on the under surface can be had in red for the two different Tanarg colour schemes. I would expect later production to offer the fantastic designs that the Ixess range of wings offers, but there is no firm information on this option at the moment.
Having spoken to a number of people who have flown the wing, it is very spectacular. A good description can be seen on the English part of the Aircreation website here.
On the underside of the outer leading edge are what Aircreation calls "pressure valves", my aviation background makes me think that these would come into play at higher speeds and let the pressure differences equalise between the top, bottom and internal surfaces of the wing, therefore giving more stability.
I understand that turbulence has very little effect on this wing at high or low speed, and I am told that when flying in the low speed range, at all up weight, the wing is docile and light. It can land at extremely low speeds when loaded to 472kgs!
To see some of the pictures of the wing from the Blois show, go to Av8magazine and read the atricle, you will have to register at the site.