Melbourne, FL (July 15, 2015) - Discovery Aviation, Inc. will exhibit at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI at the Wittman Regional Airport from July 20-26, 2015. Discovery's new static aircraft exhibit space is located in the Main Aircraft Display at booth # 352/353, near the flight line.

On display at Discovery's booth will be the 7 seat, twin engine, amphibious utility aircraft - the Discovery 201 and the 2 seat, IFR Certified, flight training aircraft - the Discovery XL-2. Both aircraft meet the demands of aviation business and training needs.

"As Discovery continues to expand its operations with the recent announcement to build a $4 million, 50,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Melbourne FL; AirVenture is a key event to connect with customers, work with our manufacturing partners, and grow our dealer network" said Paul Bartlett, Discovery's C.O.O.

About the Discovery 201

The Discovery 201 is a flexible, multi-role utility aircraft, capable of operating from paved runways and rough fields. When equipped with optional floats or skis, the 201's versatility extends itself to operations from water and snow.

The 201 is powered by two 210hp Continental IO-360 engines with Hartzell props, giving a maximum cruise speed of 124 knots, a useful load of 1800 lbs. and a maximum range of 1000 NM. The cabin area can be configured for up to 5 adults, or given over to cargo with easy access from the unique rear entry doors. Other popular configurations include air ambulance and parachute/photography.

About the Discovery XL-2

The Discovery XL-2  is the world's best value IFR Certified flight training aircraft. With an average fuel burn of 4.8gph, and powered by a Continental IOF-240B FADEC equipped engine, the XL-2 is geared for optimal efficiency and low operating costs.

The upgraded Discovery XL-2 is now available with Garmin's G500 dual screen glass panel and G650 avionics, and all integrated with many other features including autopilot. To meet the growing technical advances, and address the 30+ countries where the XL-2 is now certified, other options include, ADS-B, DME, ADF.

To arrange for a meeting at EAA AirVenture, please submit an email request to our Marketing Department.

July 20 - 26, 2015
9am - 5pm

Wittman Regional Airport
Oshkosh, WI