Twin Otter

Amphibious Twin Otter Series 400
Jan 7, 2016

Between the original production by de Havilland and the new production by Viking up to the end of 2015, there are over 500 Twin Otters currently in operation worldwide.

Amphibious Twin Otter Series 400 landing on water
Dec 17, 2015

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

Amphibious Twin Otter Series 400
Dec 9, 2015

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

Twin Otter Series 400 landed in snow
Dec 2, 2015

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.

Viking Twin Otter 50 Anniversary Celebration Tour 2015
Nov 18, 2015

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

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