Increased weight for the DHC-6-200 Twin Otter
Sept. 15, 2009 - IKHANA Group, Inc. has announced the FAA’s approval of a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC SA02252LA) to RW Martin, Inc for the DHC-6-200 Twin Otter.
September 15, 2009 By Administrator
Sept. 15, 2009 – IKHANA Group, Inc. has announced the FAA’s approval of a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC SA02252LA) to RW Martin, Inc for the DHC-6-200 Twin Otter. The RWMI DHC-6-200HG STC increases the payload capabilities of the basic DHC-6-200 aircraft approximately 900 pounds, or nearly 8%, to 12,500 pounds. Operations are allowed with the full 620 shaft horsepower of its PT6A-27 engines so as to effectively transform the operation of a DHC-6-200 to match the capabilities of a DHC-6-300 aircraft.
The DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft is a workhorse platform supporting regional airlines and special missions operations worldwide. This newly certified modification allows regional operators an increase in profitability with added revenue generation from increased passenger and cargo capabilities. Operators also benefit from the increased efficiency and operating characteristics of the modification.
“Our team is truly pleased to offer this enhanced capability to our customers and we look forward to announcing other Twin Otter improvements in the near future” states Mr. John Zublin, president of RW Martin, Inc.
RW Martin, Inc. supports the international DHC-6 Twin Otter fleet with various upgrades including wing re-life, wing life extension, and air-conditioning STC’s plus other special missions modifications designed to suit unique customer requirements. The RW Martin modification facilities are located at the French Valley (F70) airport in Murrieta, CA.
RW Martin Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the IKHANA Group, Inc. IKHANA Group is a leader in the development of proprietary data for special mission projects in the business jet and turboprop markets with a focus on the DHC-6 Twin Otter. For more information contact: Roy Wiley, Marketing Manager (951) 600-0009, ext. 205.