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KODIAK now certified in Mexico

Quest Aircraft Company, manufacturer of the KODIAK, is pleased to announce that it has received certification from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Mexican Republic, Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil, (DGAC). The KODIAK is now certified in eight countries, with additional certifications in process.

Quest is also pleased to announce that it is delivering the first KODIAK to a Mexican operator. The customer, based in the Northeastern State of Coahuila, Mexico, plans to use the KODIAK in their mining operations. The KODIAK's easily configured interior, which allows for quick switching between passenger and cargo hauling configurations, will suit their needs well.

"We are excited that the KODIAK has achieved certification in another Latin American country," said Steve Zinda, Director of Sales and Marketing. "We have had a lot of interest from a variety of market segments in the region and this additional certification will help our sales efforts there." The KODIAK received Brazilian certification earlier this year.

Since beginning customer deliveries in late 2007, the KODIAK has achieved certification in multiple countries and been deployed around the world in a variety of applications. KODIAKs are in service with charter operators, small businesses, personal owners, U.S. and international governments, and humanitarian organizations. Several KODIAKs on floats have been delivered, including nine float-equipped KODIAKs to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

"The KODIAK's unique attributes are well-suited to the varying needs of each customer," Zinda continued. "For example, the low operating costs and STOL capabilities are particularly attractive to utility operators, such as our new owner in Mexico. Those features combined with the speed and our other performance capabilities truly make the KODIAK one aircraft with many missions."

The KODIAK's rugged aluminum construction combines superior STOL performance and high useful load. It offers proven turbine reliability with the Pratt & Whitney PT6 turbine engine, has the ability to land and take off from unimproved surfaces and is capable of working off floats without structural upgrades. The KODIAK can take off in under 1,000 feet at full gross takeoff weight of 7,255 lbs and climb at over 1,300 feet per minute. A 3-panel Garmin G1000 integrated avionics suite including Synthetic Vision Technology is standard equipment on the KODIAK.

Press release issued by Quest Aircraft Company on April 17, 2012

 

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