If you work in the north:
Your time is valuable. Too valuable, in fact, to be spent galavanting across the countryside making intermediate stops and delaying your ultimate arrival at your destination. It's the same deal on the way home; that is, if you are lucky enough to have enough time to do your work and still make it in time to get on a flight the same day. What do you need in order to do your work? Tools? Equipment? A chartered aircraft means you get to take everything you need to do your work instead of hoping it makes it onto a scheduled flight.
The DHC-3T Turbo Otter is the workhorse of the SFA fleet and is used extensively across all types of flights: charters, tourist work, cargo and scheduled service.
The Turbo Otter has the capability of carrying large and bulky loads, including plywood, fuel drums, building materials, lumber up to 16' in length, caskets, and some snow machines, four-wheel ATVs depending on model. We are also approved to carry external loads, with some restrictions.
The Turbo Otter can carry payloads up to 2,600 lbs.and has a maximum passenger capacity of 9.The reliable and powerful 750-hp Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34 turbine engine powers the Turbo Otter with cruise speeds up to 133mph over a maximum range of about 580sm.
SFA operates one Beaver (C-FDIN) during the summer months in support of tourist operations, charters and on our scheduled service.The Beaver is one of the most reliableb short takeoff and landing aircraft with good load hauling capabilities.
The DHC-2 has a maximum passenger capacity of 6 and payload ranges from 975 lbs. to 1,200 lbs. depending on fuel load required. It's maximum range is about 260sm and its Pratt & Whitney R-985 radial engine moves it along at about 110 knot
SFA has two of these versatile little bush planes which operate year round; on straight floats in the summer months and on either regular wheels, tundra tires or skis in the winter.
The 206 has a maximum passenger capacity of 4. The 206 payload ranges from 475 lbs to 800 lbs. on floats, and from 650 lbs to 1000 lbs. on wheels, depending on fuel load required and cruises at about 120 knots with a maximum range of about 600 sm.
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