The KODIAK is the new standard in the turboprop platform and excels in applications that push the performance envelope. With rugged construction, short take-off and landing, turbine engine performance and reliability, floatplane capabilities, and a wide range of interior options, the KODIAK can be customized to work perfectly as a commercial workhorse or comfortable executive/passenger transport.
Initially designed and manufactured as a backcountry aircraft specifically suited to meet the demanding needs of mission and humanitarian aviation organizations, the KODIAK is providing unmatched capabilities. Due to the KODIAKs superior design it is being used around the globe for a wide variety of uses and markets including mission & humanitarian, personal/business, government, search & rescue, medevac, and guide services to name a few.
At gross weight, the Quest KODIAK needs less than 1,000 feet of runway for takeoff and will climb at over 1,300 feet per minute. Its 750-horsepower engine, the proven Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34, gives the KODIAK ample power to operate with a safe rate of climb and high cruising speed. The mighty PT6 series turbine has been continuously improved since production began in 1963, and it is one of the most reliable aircraft engines in history.
Options abound for KODIAK owners to customize their aircraft for specific uses. These include a belly cargo pod, TKS icing protection, skydiving package, weather radar, and VIP interior. There is also a growing number of supplemental type certificates available for the KODIAK, including single-point refueling, medivac kits, amphibious floats, and more. The KODIAK can be outfitted to successfully perform any backcountry mission—from high-performance executive transportation to heavy-lifting cargo hauler. Visit Quest Aircraft for more information.
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