Within 90 days the plane will be certificated and the commercial reborn of the 20 sitter Twin Otter can be witnessed.
When the Bombardier incorporated the DeHavilland Canada (DHC) Company a few years ago, they only kept the Model 8. The Canadian investors acquired the heritage of the former DHC Models 1-7 and in the 2007 the Viking Air began the redesigning and the marketing of the former model DHC 6 according to the contemporary demands.
The success of the old-new planes could be expected since without these new planes the tourism of the Maldives could have been collapsed due to its aging hydroplane fleets.
The Viking has been announcing the occupation of new continents on every great air shows since then. They made the Swiss central public in Paris and now they are organizing the selling of the planes on the Middle East.
The production is in progress with full blast In Birtish Columbia (Canada) which is known as the paradise of water flying, they have to transport the first plane to the Middle East for the next spring.
Viking Air Repülőgépgyár
of the Viking Twin Otter 400