Sansa Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX

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This feature request is for a Sansa C208B Grand Caravan.


Sansa Airlines is the flag airline of 🇨🇷 Costa Rica 🇨🇷 and they fly regional flights only in Costa Rica, except a flight to Costa Esmeralda, Nicaragua. They operate a fleet of only Cessna 208B Grand Caravans, 9 total, consisting of 5 Cessna C208B Grand Caravans and 4 Cessna C208B Grand Caravan EXs. The airline has a hub in San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO/MROC), and flies to the following destinations:

Airports marked with a are not currently in Infinite Flight, and airports marked with a [/] are default airports that aren’t edited. I hope to join IFAET soon and fix this list so all missing airports are there and all airports in Costa Rica in need of editing are edited, basically making a project Costa Rica.

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The Cessna C208B Grand Caravan EX is a modified version of the Cessna C208B Grand Caravan which is a variant of the Cessna 208 series. The difference between the 208B and 208B EX is the engine type, aircraft range, and max payload. The EX has a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-140 engine, giving it an 11 knot faster speed that the 208B, as well as 94 fpm (feet per minute) higher climb rate. The aircraft has a max payload that is 90 lbs more than the 208B. The one bad difference is that the EX has a shorter range of 964 nms (nautical miles) unlike the 208B’s 1040 nms.

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This is not a duplicate, it is a different variant of aircraft than my other similar feature request.


‘Scuse me but it looks like you posted the same thing twice.

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See this 🙃

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If you don’t want it or don’t think the IFC will want it, simply don’t vote. No need to impose your thoughts on others. Vote or don’t vote, its simple.

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The 777-200ER has different engines yet its still a 777-200ER. The Caravan 208B and Caravan 208EX, even though they have different engines are still the same aircraft.

Just wanted to clarify, the EX and the Standard B model are identical. The frame, gear, wings, prop, fuel tanks, etc are all the same.

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