Textron Denali to Make EAA AirVenture Debut

Aircraft company plans to bring its best to the annual show.

What better place to introduce the newest in aviation than at the EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin? 

Next week Textron Aviation (NYSE: TXT) will have its wares out in force, led by the Beechcraft Denali, which is making its AirVenture debut. The single-engine turbo is the company’s latest clean-sheet design.

The Denali will join several other Textron designs on display, including the Cessna Citation CJ3+, Beechcraft King Air 360, Beechcraft Baron and Bonanza, and Cessna Grand Caravan EX.

Textron’s training designs will be well-represented with a Turbo Stationair, Skylane, and Skyhawk. The Beechcraft T-6C Texan II, the design popular with military aviators, will be on display Tuesday through July 27.

In addition to representatives from the training and travel Textron stable, the booth will also have displays of McCauley Propeller, Textron eAviation, Bell, and E-Z-GO vehicles including the McCauley newly certified Beechcraft King Air 300 series propeller, the Composite Denali propeller, the McCauley Fixed Pitch, and the Constant Speed propellers.

Pipistrel will also be well-represented with the Pipistrel Velis, Panthera, Alpha Trainer, and Ultra Light.

The helicopter division will be represented by the Bell 505 Jet Ranger and Bell 429.

You can find Textron Aviation at booth No. 78.


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