Where will you go when any city within 1300 miles is available to you and 5 passengers without refueling. The Kestrel will cruise at 320 mph for up to 4.3 hours. Our online range tool below will help you decide. Chose you starting point, number of occupants, and number of bags, and we’ll show you what’s possible.

Our sleek carbon fiber fuselage is crafted in our digital wind tunnel to offer stability across a wide speed range, and slow, manageable approach speeds. Intricately integrated de-icing cuffs enable laminar flow across the wing. Fast, low drag cruise will take you farther on less fuel.


Find your way over around and through life with the Garmin G3000 flight deck. The G3000 is a fully integrated flight management system with 2 Primary Flight Displays and a large Center Multi-function display.






The Kestrel all-composite single-engine, turboprop aircraft will carry up to 8 people at high speed over long distances to places that jets simply can’t go. It will be far more versatile, burn less fuel, and be able to maintain approach speeds at large busy airports yet land on short, grass or gravel strips—so you arrive at your destination faster

The Kestrel will use the next-generation Garmin G3000 avionics suite. With two, or optimally three 14-inch screens, and two touchscreen controllers, this intuitive system will make flying safe and easy. The fully integrated auto-pilot incorporates Garmin’s Electronic-Stability & Protection system, and a stick pusher for maximum safety.
The Cox and Company Electro-Mechanical Expulsion Deicing System (EMEDS) is one of the most sophisticated low-power ice protection systems on the market and featured in the Kestrel. EMEDS removes ice by exciting electrical actuators installed under the leading edge of airfoils. The system components are mounted inside the leading edge, so they are not subjected to atmospheric and environmental hazards. This also produces lower aerodynamic drag and reduces fuel consumption. Additionally, there is nothing to service or replace. EMEDS has been implemented on hundreds of aircraft, and is FAA/EASA FIKI certified.

The Kestrel’s sleek, aerodynamic lines and large pressurized cabin are the direct result of advanced composite construction. Composites, with their high strength and design versatility have enabled more elegant, innovative airframes and more spacious, comfortable interiors.



The Kestrel interior will be quickly reconfigurable from weekday business to weekend sport or leisure use, accommodating any combination of passengers and cargo with a full fuel payload of 1,200 lbs. A lavatory will be an option.




Wide aisles, surprisingly large windows, more room everywhere; the Kestrel is a revelation to those expecting 'general aviation' compromises. Passengers ascend through a wide door into an inviting, pleasing interior, generously appointed in natural materials.