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This is a wild, detailed, elaborate set of Kodiaks that include cargo models, to passenger models, addable belly pods and amphibian pontoons for water landings, making for a total of 9 different variations of the wild STOL bush plane of the future.
A new addition to this package is an adventure scenery pack featuring 6 detailed mountain and jungle villages and a base airfield as well as a set of 14 flight missions that take you through 'missions of mercy' to various high detail villages. Each mission comes complete with readme documentation that will set you up with the formalities of each mission.
If you have been looking for a great bush plane to fly, if you have been wanting some adventure scenery that is difficult and challenging to fly into, if you have been wanting some excitement in your Flight Simulation experiences, then this might be for you.
The Kodiak is a 10-place single engine turboprop utility airplane, both land and float capable.
This plane is the first backcountry aircraft designed for the 21st century. It is essentially a replacement for the DeHavilland Beaver, serving as a Bush plane as well as commercial and "mission" uses throughout the world. Its essential characteristics are that it uses jet fuel rather than aviation gasoline (which has become virtually unavailable in most 3rd world countries) and has state-of-the-art STOL capabilities.
The Kodiak combines superior STOL performance and high useful load. It offers turbine reliability with the Pratt & Whitney PT6 750 shp turbine engine, and has the ability to land on unimproved surfaces. The creative wing design allows the Kodiak to take off in under 700 feet at full gross takeoff weight of 6750 lbs with a useful load of 3450 lbs and climb at over 1700 feet per minute.
The Kodiak is also the first production aircraft to be fitted with the Garmin G1000 glass panel-pilot and co-pilot PFDs, plus a center-mounted MFD that displays ND/GPS data; engine, electrical and fuel management information (EICAS); and/or weather radar/TCAS data-as original equipment.
Quest Aircraft has its origins in the humanitarian and mission aviation market where rugged design for highly reliable remote operations is essential. The mission for which the aircraft was developed is reflected in the values and purpose of the company and its personnel [see "The Kodiak Story" at Quest's website http://questaircraft.com/index.php?filename=quest.php for descriptions and pictures of various locales in the Pacific Northwest where the Kodiak is being tested].
A unique approach has been taken to funding the Kodiak's development, manufacture and sale. While foundation and personal contributions have brought it to the point of current FAA certification (which is expected this Fall), profits from commercial sales (base price $1,111,000, with thirty orders to date) will be used to discount the aircraft's cost to Christian ministries such as MAF - Mission Aviation Fellowship.
Turbo Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34
Range of 1,075 nm over 5.8 hr
Stall Speed Vs1 (Flaps up) 78 kcas
Stall Speed Vs0 (Flaps down) 60 kcas
Rate of Climb (max. cont. at SL) 1,700 ft/min
Rate of Climb (10,000 ft) 1,150 ft/min
Takeoff Ground Roll 700 ft
Braked Roll (w/o reverse) 750 ft
Certified Ceiling 25,000 ft
Cruise Performance 190 ktas
Empty Weight 3,450 lbs
Useful Load 3,350 lbs
*Build 2.0 with all latest updates including frame rate performance enhancements
*9 Seperate model variations of the Quest Kodiak including 3 in Amphibian form
*7 Texture packs with high resolution 32bit format exterior textures
*Authentic and high realism fully functioning Garmin G1000 Avionics system
*6 Fictional Bolivian high detail village scenery sets
*1 Main Kodiak Missionary airbase in Bolivia with 4 hangers and static aircraft
*14 Preset Missions that include detailed HTML mission kiosks with maps and music
*Backup Low Res exterior textures for all 7 texture packs.
Click the link below to download the product from the Lionheart Creations website.
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