Aircraft Review

November 2010 Issue

Expedition E350: A Refined Workhorse

The descendant of the capable Bush Hawk XP, the E350 caters to owners who require backcountry performance without sacrificing comfort.

Every aircraft design has an underlying mission itís designed to and best suited for. Human owners rarely have so narrow a need, however, so one of the greatest challenge of choosing an aircraft to own is finding a design whose perfect mission falls in the fat part of the bell curve for the range of missions you plan to fly. Expedition Aircraftís E350 is a backcountry load-hauler first and foremost; itís a big crate with a fat wing and gobs of power. Load it up with the full 100 gallons of fuel and you can still toss in another 800 pounds of payload.

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