Twin Otter Answers

See how the Twin Otter can perform on your route.

The Twin Otter's famously long lifespan has made it a legend.

No, it's not an aircraft that looks like a frog.

DHC aircraft, like the Twin Otter, have stood the test of time and remain popular to this day.

Floats, skis, tundra tires; the Twin Otter has a landing gear for any environment.

The Twin Otter can be an amphibious floatplane, but what does that mean?

Primary structure and detail parts are manufactured in Victoria, British Columbia.

Viking revived the Twin Otter in 2010, and has been delivering aircraft ever since.

The colour of an aircraft is important for identification, branding and safety, and a lot of it comes down to personal choice. But is there a "safest" colour?

From the original de Havilland productions to the new line of Viking Series 400's, see how many Twin Otters are in service worldwide.

Twin Otter aircraft are prized for their versatility, both inside and out. See how interiors can be remodeled to fit any need.

Floatplanes are used in numerous scenarios to takeoff and land on small bodies of water or rivers. This provides access to remote areas all around the world, where there are no runways available.

The terms “floatplane” and “seaplane” are used interchangeably in some countries, but technically have different meanings.

The acronym STOL is used in aviation as a short form for Short Take Off and Landing, and it refers to the length of runway, land or water required for take-offs and landings. A STOL aircraft is defined as an aircraft that is ideal for take-offs and landings in a small area of land or water.

When weighing out the advantages and disadvantages of twin engine versus single engine turbo-prop aircraft, most operators will think of safety first.