The DHC-6 Twin Otter is a Canadian aircraft designed by De Havilland Canada with Viking Air in 1964.
This aircraft is equipped with two PT-6 type turboprop engines on the wings.
The DHC-6 is a special and very versatile aircraft because its landing gear can be equipped with either wheels, skis or floats.
This model is still active, and also used in the military framework, as for the French Air Force, which has five of them.
Who uses this turboprop engine?
|Airline||Number of aircraft|
|Trans Maldivian Airways||40|
|Grand Canyon Airlines||15|
|Ken Borek Air||11|
I couldn’t list them all because there are so many companies using it. As you could see, almost all the companies that use this aircraft are not known (I think you must recognize some of them), but what I mean is that in addition to putting this aircraft on IF, we bring in new companies unlike others that are extremely well known.