Where Luxury Meets Adventure

The Most Advanced 10-seat Short Takeoff And Landing Turboprop

  • A smart aircraft built for the 21st century.
  • Built tough and safe for extreme missions.
  • Comfort, capacity and economy for business or personal use.
  • Only one pilot needed. A dream to fly.
  • Many missions. One aircraft.

Modern Equals Safe

The Kodiak is a thoroughly modern aircraft engineered in the 21st century and meeting the very latest FAA standards.

  • Innovative wing design for an extra margin of safety.
  • Engine and power to get you up and out quickly.
  • Tough gear for rough situations.
  • Fly safer in all-weather conditions.
  • Advanced avionics reduce workload and enhance situational awareness.

Infinitely Versatile

  • No runway, no problem.
  • Easily converts from passengers to cargo.
  • Large payload door.
  • Shorter wingspan to get intro narrow airstrips.
  • Fully adjustable seats with perfectly located panoramic windows.
  • Optional cargo pod for more storage.
  • Easily adapts to float plane use without structural upgrades.
Kodiak Specs

The Brains Behind the Brawn

Advanced technology for enhanced control.

  • Reduces cockpit workload.
  • Enhances situational awareness.
  • Take off to touch down navigational assistance.
  • Full integration of digital and communication platforms.
  • Synthetic vision and weather radar.
  • Integrated autopilot.

Performance

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Performance is Everything

With every measure of performance, the Kodiak is in a class of its own.

  • Max speed 183 KTAS
  • Extended Range 1132 NM
  • Fuel economy 48 GPH
  • Climb Rate 1371 FPM
  • Takeoff 934 FT
  • Useful Load 3535 LBS
  • Optional cargo pod for additional convenient storage.
  • Easily adapts to float plane use without structural upgrades.

Safest, Most Efficient Seaplanes On The Market

  • Engineered to accept carbon fiber floats.
  • No structural upgrade required.
  • Reduced weight.
  • Corrosion resistant, salt water capable.

Kodiak Options

Exterior

Take Everything Along With A Cargo Pod

A custom-fitted cargo pod is available for wheeled Kodiak aircraft. It has a maximum load-carrying weight of 750 lbs divided into three compartments with individual doors. Its clean aerodynamic design results in very little performance reduction — only 1-2 knots less in cruise speed.

All-Weather Ready With TKS Ice Protection.

The TKS system makes the Kodiak Certified for Flight into Known Ice (FIKI). It incorporates porous titanium panels attached to leading edges. The 16-gallon tank yields 2.5 hrs of operation in normal icing conditions. Windshield ice protection is provided through windshield sprayers, which clear any ice build-up on the pilot’s windshield.

No Runway, No Worries With The 29” Tire Upgrade.

These larger tires provide improved handling and durability on rugged backcountry airstrips, and they also increase the landing weight to 7,255 lbs. If you’re thinking about remote operations, these tires are worthy of consideration.

Get Off The Water Quickly With Pitch Latch Propeller.

For those operating the Kodiak on floats, the pitch latch propeller allows the propeller to stay in a fine-pitch position when the engine is shut down. With the propeller in fine-pitch on start up, it takes less time to produce forward thrust to begin taxiing.

Turned-Out Exhaust Stacks

Recommended for use with the optional aftermarket roll down door, the turned-out exhaust stacks direct exhaust away from the fuselage and reduce fumes near the aft door.

Keep It Clean With Gravel/Mud Deflectors.

The gravel and mud deflectors reduce debris impacts and accumulation when landing on unprepared landing strips. This is especially useful for backcountry operations.

Interior & Avionics Options

Keep It Cool With Enhanced Air Conditioning.

Temperature controlled air can be distributed throughout the cabin via adjustable air outlets above the seats. The system is controlled by the pilot with a digital touch screen display.

Monitor Traffic With GTS 800 TAS.

This Traffic Advisory System (TAS) provides accurate, dynamic traffic surveillance by displaying nearby aircraft positions and providing ATC-like spoken audio alerts to help you quickly respond to potential flight path encroachments. Provides enhanced safety in busy airspace or where no ATC radar services are provided.

See It And Avoid It. WX-500 Stormscope.

The Stormscope allows pilots to make better route decisions in changing weather. The technology detects electrical discharge from storm cells and accurately displays areas of storm activity on the G1000.

GDL-69A XM Data Link

From takeoff to landing, XM WX Satellite weather information boosts situational awareness through interactive graphical weather updates displayed on the G1000. You can also receive entertainment through 170 channels of music, news and sports.

GWX-68 Weather Radar

This real time weather radar provides the power to see serious weather ahead, allowing time to make safer decisions sooner.

Garmin Search and Rescue Card

The Garmin Search and Rescue feature allows for easy entry of search patterns into a flight path. This is fully integrated into the G1000 so all the normal functions of a flight plan are incorporated (time, speed, distance, fuel remaining, etc.). The search and rescue flight plan can also be coupled to the GFC 700 autopilot allowing the pilot to be an extra set of eyes.

Jeppesen ChartView Card

This option brings an electronic version of Jeppesen’s extensive library of charts and airport diagrams directly to the Garmin G1000 multi-function display. The pilot sees the aircraft’s present position on the chart. These electronic charts greatly reduce the amount of paper in the cockpit and help reduce pilot workload.

Paint Scheme Options

Your Kodiak can be delivered with any of nine standard paint scheme options. Custom paint schemes can be arranged at additional cost through your sales representative.

Kodiak range map

MAX CRUISE

At 174 ktas, at 12,000 ft, fuel consumption is 48 gph yielding 1,005 nm over 5.8 hr

MAX RANGE CRUISE

At 135 ktas, at 12,000 ft, fuel consumption is 33 gph yielding 1,132 nm over 8.4 hr