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News: Quest Aircraft's First Kodiak 100 To Scandinavia

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  1. Kodiak 100 Now Delivered To Scandinavian Owner
    The Kodiak 100 turboprop has certification all over the world but Quest Aircraft is still piling on more places where this versatile aircraft will operate. The latest is in Scandinavia where an example was delivered to a customer there after making a 4,400 nautical mile ferry flight from Idaho to Fredrikstad, Norway. The new owner Anders Eckhoff is from Scandinavia but will base the aircraft in Southern Norway and put the new Kodiak 100 to use on his European adventures.
  2. The Kodiak 100 is capable of landing and taking off from paved runways or unimproved strips. The ten-seat short take off and landing (STOL) aircraft can fly over 1,000 nautical miles easily. From its base in Southern Norway, the majority of Europe can be accessed with this aircraft. With up to ten seats and space for all his gear, the Kodiak 100 can deliver him to that remote cabin in the Arctic or that pristine beach on the Mediterranean.

    For more information:

    Quest Aircraft Company
    1200 Turbine Drive Sandpoint,
    Idaho 83864

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