Beechcraft take seven aircraft to Oshkosh
The Beechcraft Corporation will display at mix of commercial, military and historic aircraft at the annual Experimental Aircraft Association AieVenrure at Oshkosh in Wisconsin which starts on Monday July 29.
Located in static display, Beechcraft will have its entire current line of commercial aircraft: King Air 350i, King Air 250, King Air C90GTx, Baron G58 and Bonanza G36. The company also is bringing the AT-6 light attack aircraft as well as a 1943 Beechcraft Staggerwing.
This is the first time at Oshkosh for the AT-6 light attack aircraft, which covers a wide-mission spectrum including training, manned Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) and light precision attack, while offering non-traditional capabilities for homeland defense and civil support missions.
“We’re expecting the aircraft at our exhibit to turn a few heads this week and to attract a diverse crowd with our mix of commercial pistons and turboprops, the Oshkosh debut of our AT-6 light attack aircraft and a chance to see a 70-year-old Staggerwing,” said Keith Nadolski, president, Beechcraft Americas.