Epic E1000 Type Certification Expected By Year’s End

OSHKOSH, Wisconsin—Epic Aircraft, based in Bend, Oregon, expects to receive FAA type certification for its all-carbon, single-engine Epic E1000 turboprop by year’s end.The aircraft’s production certificate is expected in the first quarter of 2020 with deliveries of the $3.25 million aircraft to...

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