July 17, 2018, Sandpoint, Idaho – Quest Aircraft will have a lot to share with EAA AirVenture attendees this year. The all-new Kodiak 100 Series II will be making its largest and most important public debut since the announcement of the significantly updated model in late May of this year. The Quest booth will feature the Series II aircraft, starring the milestone 250th Kodiak to roll off the line in Sandpoint, Idaho. An additional Kodiak will be on display at the nearby Aerocet booth, showcasing its Aerocet 6650 amphibious floats, as well as the newly announced single-point refueling option.
Along with partner Pratt & Whitney Canada, Quest Aircraft will again co-sponsor AirVenture’s daily air shows. The air shows are a cornerstone of the entire Oshkosh gathering, and include performances by the world’s best aerobatic pilots, international race champions, warbird re-enactments and fly-bys from innovative and one-of-a-kind aircraft.
“There is no denying that AirVenture is the highlight of our year here at Quest. We always look forward to being a part of this show that uniquely brings together innovation, history and above all the passion that surrounds aviation. It’s also our opportunity to share our passion for the Kodiak, with the new Series ll being the culmination of over 10 years of Kodiak improvements and enhancements.” said Rob Wells, CEO of Quest Aircraft Company.
The Quest Aircraft display will be located at Booth #263.
About Quest Aircraft Company
Quest Aircraft Company is dedicated to providing access to more people and more places by building the most rugged, reliable, turbine STOL aircraft in the business. For the past decade, the 10-seat Kodiak 100 has proven its versatility in a wide range of public, private, business and humanitarian applications. Today, the Kodiak 100 Series II continues that versatility while also boasting best-in-class safety and technology. Quest Aircraft continues to cultivate a global dealer and support network, providing customers assurance that their missions will be accomplished. The Kodiak is proudly built in Sandpoint Idaho, with a fleet of over 250 aircraft certified in over 55 countries around the globe. For additional information on Quest and the Kodiak, please visit questaircraft.com.