The DHC-6 Twin Otter is a Canadian 19-passenger STOL (Short Takeoff and Landing) utility aircraft developed by de Havilland Canada and currently produced by Viking Air.
This is the DHC-6 Twin Otter float plane version. This had a top speed of 183 kph and an all up weight of 5670 kg. The aircraft is the flying version of the original static model by Dinorius Redundicus, modified with his permission to include floats. It is designed to use track placed 3 metres above the water, like the Sunderland flying boat.
The propellors are constant speed, and the aircraft tilts and banks realistically. It does not have an operating interior, but does have various exterior views based on an invisible interior, use the [ and ] keys from the interior view.
Twin Otter West Coast Air
West Coast Air operates Twin Otter float planes and DHC-2 Beaver aircraft out of Vancouver.
This is the startup version of the aircraft – the aircraft initially has the engines stopped, and the B key will start or stop the engines. The floats will issue water effects on landing in water if you place the Aircraft Action Trigger on the track, setting 4.
Both aircraft will load passengers at suitable airports, such as my City Cat Landing models.
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