The Twin Otter is a high-wing, twin-engine turboprop aircraft. They are well-known for their robust design, dependability, and quick takeoff and landing capability and are in use all over the world. Due to their preference for remote locations, Twin Otters are frequently referred to as “bush” aircraft in other regions of the world.
The Twin Otters may be modified to accommodate airborne surveying and other scientific equipment, making them incredibly adaptable.
The aircraft has a long-range fuel tank and can be flown by a single pilot. Good access is provided for installing instrument racks by double cargo doors.
The Twin Otter is the perfect aircraft for harsher climates and extreme settings, as well as for commercial transportation and even flight excursions, thanks to its robustness, versatility, and STOL (Short Take Off and Landing) capabilities. It can securely land on sand, water, or snow thanks to the various landing gear fittings. Some Twin Otters have been used in Antarctica, the Arctic areas of Nᴏʀᴡᴀʏ, Cᴀɴᴀᴅᴀ, and Rᴜssɪᴀ, and others have been used in the South Pacific and Caribbean to travel between tiny islands and deep woods.
Let’s take a look at this versatile airplane in the video below:
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