Daher has launched the Kodiak 100 Series III turboprop sport and utility aircraft, which includes features for improved flight safety, greater cabin comfort, increased operational capabilities for unimproved strips and on water with floats, upgraded quality and comprehensive maintenance. The base price is $2.28 million. The price increases to $2.63 million for the executive package. Credit: Daher
Daher Delivers First Kodiak 100 Series III
Kodiak chief demo pilot Mark Brown turns over the keys of the first Kodiak Series III aircraft on March 29. The aircraft was delivered to Rick and Adam Ross in Sandpoint, Idaho. Credit: Daher
Daher Invests In Kodiak Line
Daher completed the acquisition of the Kodiak product line and production facilities in Sandpoint in 2019. Since then, it has invested in improving the aircraft’s capabilities and reinforcing its worldwide service network. Credit: Daher
Ready For Floats
Kodiak 100 Series III aircraft are float-ready for seaplane operations. A standard pitch latch propeller allows for easy maneuvering at the dock by allowing the propeller to stay in a “fine pitch” during engine shutdown for greater control on the water. Credit: Daher
The eight-seat Kodiak 100 Series III includes the first integration of Garmin’s GWX 75 Doppler-capable stabilized color weather radar on a Kodiak aircraft. It also is equipped with Garmin G1000 NXi integrated flight deck, the GFC700 autopilot, an angle of attack indicator, SurfaceWatch runway monitoring system, ChartView-enabled card and Synthetic Vision Technology for virtual flight reference. Credit: Daher
Daher has launched the Kodiak 100 Series III turboprop sport and utility aircraft.
Molly McMillin, a 25-year aviation journalist, is managing editor of business aviation for the Aviation Week Network and editor-in-chief of The Weekly of Business Aviation, an Aviation Week market intelligence report.