Superior, Wisc. (July 25, 2014) Kestrel Aircraft today announced their launch of their Morning Cup with Kestrel program for EAA AirVenture-2014™.
What is "The Morning Cup?" Kestrel would like users to consider this new program the virtual airport coffee shop-a daily gathering place for the latest aviation news from the many aviation sources, aggregated in one spot at www.themorningcup.net.
From that site, all the most popular Social Media tools are available as channels for personal comment. While at AirVenture, attendees can drop by the Kestrel display, Booth number 447, between 8-10 am, for your first “Morning Cup with Kestrel”. Kestrel Social Media staff will be on hand to help you download the new app and introduce you to this internet gathering place for aviation news and social commentary.
“Kestrel is excited to offer this new social media app for those attending AirVenture,” said CEO Alan Klapmeier. “With so much news being delivered to the press during the show, this is a convenient way to stay on top of all the daily aviation news, while away from home.”
About Kestrel Aircraft
Kestrel Aircraft is a an aviation company led by general aviation entrepreneur, Alan
Klapmeier. Based on the original work done by Farnborough Aircraft, the Kestrel airplane will be; six to eight-seat, all composite, single-engine turboprop, powered by the efficient Honeywell TPE331-GR14engine, boasting a broad performance envelope, and advanced technologies available in personal and business aircraft. Headquartered in Superior, WI, with a facility in Brunswick, ME, KESTREL employs over 40 engineers and support staff, focusing on aircraft design and certification. For additional information about KESTREL please visit www.kestrel.aero.