Bearhawk Aircraft is adding a two-seat, side-by-side option—the Bearhawk “Companion”—to its stable of backcountry kit aircraft.
The Companion is meant to fill a gap between the company’s two-seat, tandem Light Sport Aircraft and its four-seat heavy hauler. All Bearhawk designs include aluminum wings and steel-tube fuselages.
The Companion’s wing will be based on the company’s two-seat, tandem Patrol model, and its fuselage will have similar dimensions to the four-seat version. The Companion is designed for four-cylinder engines ranging from 150 to 210 horsepower.
The Companion is projected to have a gross weight of 2,200 pounds and a cargo area capable of carrying 225 pounds or more.