Introduced on the opening day of Airventure 2022, Daher unveiled the newest addition to their product line with the all new and fully certified Kodiak 900. The new Kodiak 900 is a true blend of the Daher product line offerings, providing the rugged versatility of the Kodiak 100, while merging speed and refinements of the TBM series. Larger than the Kodiak 100, the new Daher Kodiak 900 features a 3 foot longer cabin offering multiple 10 seat configurations, 10 place oxygen, state of the art sound proofing, dual zone touchscreen environmental controls and more. Baggage is not an issue with the Kodiak 900 which features a larger integrated cargo pod as standard equipment. While items like TKS ice protection, Single Point Refueling are all options with the Kodiak 100, these items are all now standard equipment on the Kodiak 900. Along with an increase in cabin size the Kodiak 900 received an upgrade to it powerplant with the Pratt and Whitney PT6A-140A featuring 900 continuous horsepower, providing the Kodiak 900 with a 210kt cruise speed and a IFR range of 969 nm at max cruise. Like that of the Kodiak 100, the Kodiak 900 also features the Garmin G1000 NXi integrated flight deck with auto pilot and optional GWX 75 weather radar. Daher is currently accepting new orders on the Kodiak 900, with first deliveries scheduled in 2023.
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Daher Kodiak 900 – Specifications
|NBAA 4 Pax IFR Range (full fuel)||969 nm|
|Max Cruise Speed (ktas)||210|
|Max Range Cruise (ktas)||156|
|Useful Load (lbs)||3,630|
|Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA)||1,015|
|Service Ceiling (ft)||25,000|
|Thrust per engine (shp)||900|
|Est. Cost Per Hour||$400|
|Passengers + Crew||9+1|
Daher Kodiak 900 – Dimensions
|Cabin Length||18 ft 11 in|
|Cabin Width||4 ft 6 in|
|Cabin Height||4 ft 9 in|
|Aircraft Length||37 ft 7 in|
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