De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter
Still Canada's best business airplane program with more than 800 manufactured, the Twin Otter stays mainstream for its tough development and valuable STOL execution.
Advancement of the Twin Otter goes once again to January 1964 when De Havilland Canada began configuration deal with another STOL twin turboprop worker carrier (seating somewhere around 13 and 18) and utility transport. The new flying machine was assigned the DHC-6 and model development started in November that year, bringing about the sort's first flight on May 20 1965. In the wake of accepting confirmation in mid 1966, the first Twin Otter entered administration with long time De Havilland Canada supporter the Ontario Department of Lands in Canada.
The principal creation flying machine were Series 100s. Outline gimmicks included twofold opened trailing edge folds and ailerons that can demonstration as one to help STOL execution. Contrasted and the later Series 200s and 300s, the 100s are recognizable by their shorter, blunter noses.
The principle expansion to the Series 200, which was presented in April 1968, was the broadened nose, which, together with a reconfigured stockpiling compartment in the back lodge, incredibly expanded things stowage range.
The Series 300 was presented from the 231st generation airplane in 1969. It excessively offered the extended nose, additionally presented all the more influential motors, therefore permitting a 450kg (1000lb) build in takeoff weight and a 20 seat inner part. Generation stopped in late 1988. What's more, six 300s improved STOL execution DHC-6-300s were inherent the mid 1970s.
All models have been fitted with skis and buoys.
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