June 16, 2018 | By Dave Hirschman
The new Aviat Husky A–1C contains a laundry list of seemingly small changes that, when taken together, significantly improve the experience of flying the stalwart backcountry aircraft.

“This is a major evolution for the Husky,” said Scott Musser, an Aviat Aircraft sales representative who has owned and flown Husky airplanes for 20 years. “These changes have been in the works for years, and now they’re here.”

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