The Twin Otter is a very versatile aircraft with wheels, skis or floats equipped and can be used for transport, reconnaissance and rescue flights. In May 1965 the Twin Otter flew for the first time. The start of production of the 100 series was started in 1966, its 115 machines were built until they were replaced by those of the 200 series with longer fuselage nose. They had excellent STOL characteristics and were used both military and civilian. The machines were PT6A engines with 652 horsepower, load capacity: 2.6 tons.
- Surfaces with structure
- Cockpit with instrument panel
- Installation of two different nose points
- Movable propellers
- Alternative construction of landing gear, skis or floats
- Transfers for the implementation of the Canadian Air Force and a civilian version with floats
|Additional accessories required|
|12, 31, 76, 302|
|Additional required paint
|4, 7, 9, 31, 54, 90, 364, 378|
|Tools Required||Glue, paint, thinner, knutselmes|
Also available as model-set. Including paint (12, 31, 302) + adhesive + brush.
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