Today we met with David Heath, Director International Marketing, at Viking Air at the NBAA to discuss Viking’s plans. Our first question was about the Twin Otter program and the company’s thinking and plans. Mr. Heath said that perhaps a stretch would be considered...
A mission to bring a sick worker at the Amudsen-Scott South Pole Station back from Antarctica for medical treatment was successful concluded. That patient, and another patient that while not in as serious condition was also evacuated to mitigate risk, arrived safely...
Increasing sales potential in the relatively untapped seaplane market has led Viking Air Limited of Victoria, British Columbia, to introduce the world’s first dedicated seaplane in the 15 to 19-passenger category, the Viking Twin Otter 400S Seaplane. Recognized as the...
In 1965 the Twin Otter aircraft took its first flight. For the past 50 years, the Twin Otter has been an essential part of Canada’s north due to its unique ability to perform reliably providing infrastructure support in the toughest and most challenging...
Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation signed an agreement with an undisclosed US airline for 20 of its Y12 turboprops. Even Chinese media is surprised, and a bit of hubris is understandable. The agreement, signed at the Zhuhai airshow, is the first time a...
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