Epic Receives FAA Type Certification

«Futuristic, fast, and beautiful. Sometimes a name says it all.»
– Plane & Pilot Magazine

Catapult-Like Acceleration

Ready for launch. Climb out at 3,000 feet per minute, fully loaded, quickly and efficiently reaching altitudes you may not have flown through before. Level off at a maximum authorized ceiling of 34,000 feet. Stretch as you relax in the spacious cockpit, surveying an instrument panel more reminiscent of your luxury car than an aircraft. The ergonomically–designed flight deck consolidates pilot workflow and data management, returning aviation to what it should be: intuitive, engaging and fun. With a range of over 1650 nautical miles carrying a payload of 1100 pounds fully-fueled, your destination options are endless, especially given Epic’s superior slow-speed handling and short-field performance. Imagine the possibilities…

Seats 6
Construction Carbon Fiber
Pressurization 6.6
Engine Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67A
Length 35.8 ft.
Wingspan 43 ft.
Height 12.5 ft.
Wing area 203 sq. ft.
Cabin length 15 ft.
Cabin width 4.6 ft.
Cabin height 4.9 ft.
Empty weight 4,600 lbs.
Maximum take-off weight 8,000 lbs.
Maximum payload with full fuel 1,100 lbs.



Jet-Class Performance

Fast and furious. The powerful 1200 HP Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67A engine placed on the aerodynamic airframe of the E1000 delivers true ‘jet-class’ performance. The remarkable strength of carbon fiber composite technology allows for optimal speed and durability. The result: an airframe that seamlessly moves through the air, allowing the E1000 to travel at over 325 KTAS— faster than any single-engine turboprop on the market – and rivaling the performance and speed of most personal business jets. We invite you to review actual fleet performance data for Epic Aircraft relative to the competition.



Web: epicaircraft.com

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