The Quest Kodiak 100 was first introduced in 2008 as a rugged off airport single engine turboprop aircraft. The Kodiak is a true STOL (Short Take Off and Landing) aircraft powered up front by a PT6A-34 producing 750 shp allowing the Kodiak to get off the ground in just over 1,000 feet with a full load of cargo or its 10 passengers. The Kodiak is available with several interior options from cargo configuration to executive interior and every variation in between. Owners can easily remove seats to meet their changing demands and safely secure cargo throughout the cabin thanks to the numerous tie down hard points. In 2018 Quest Aircraft announced the latest revision of the Kodiak with the introduction of the Series II. The Kodiak Series II updated the avionics to the new Garmin G1000NXi, as well as adding many other requested features including single point refueling, which will greatly assist those operating the Kodiak on floats and ease the refueling of the aircraft.
Read our article on the Quest Kodiak Series II to learn more.
Quest Kodiak 100 – Specifications
|NBAA 4 Pax IFR Range (full fuel)||1,005 nm|
|Max Cruise Speed (ktas)||175|
|Long Range Cruise (ktas)||164|
|Max Payload (lbs)||2,642|
|Takeoff Distance (SL, ISA, MTOW)||1,465|
|Service Ceiling (ft)||25,000|
|Thrust per engine (shp)||750|
|Est. Cost Per Hour||$500|
|Passengers + Crew||9+1|
Quest Kodiak 100 – Dimensions
|Cabin Length||15 ft 10 in|
|Cabin Width||4 ft 6 in|
|Cabin Height||4 ft 9 in|
|Aircraft Length||34 ft 2 in|
Altivation Articles on the Quest Kodiak 100
Quest Kodiak Series II Introduced – May 2018
Aircraft data may vary from aircraft to aircraft compared to the provided data figures. Buyers and operators should verify their individual aircraft specification.