De Havilland Twin Otter
It is refittable between float and wheeled models.
|Capacity||19 pax & 10 mail, or 30 crates of express cargo, or 15 tonnes of industrial cargo|
The world's best known twin-turboprop bushplane, the Twin Otter has been used for nearly 50 years in Alaska, Africa, Australia, Antarctica, and other remote parts of the world starting with A. Its most significant impact was in Norway, where Twin Otters were used extensively to connect smaller towns and settlements in the 1970s and 80s.
In 2006 Viking Air acquired the type certificates for the Twin Otter from Bombardier, and have announced plans to put the aircraft back into production in Canada and possibly in Indonesia.