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    de Havilland Turbo Beaver

    This is a replica of a de Havilland DHC-2T Turbine Beaver. The data for the flight model was taken from its Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS), from the Pilot’s Operations Handbook (POH), from data found on several Beaver-related web sites, including the current type certificate holder. The models have been extensively flight tested by Papamac and other highly qualified Beaver pilots.
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    de Havilland Turbo Beaver

    This is a replica of a de Havilland DHC-2T Turbine Beaver. The data for the flight model was taken from its Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS), from the Pilot’s Operations Handbook (POH), from data found on several Beaver-related web sites, including the current type certificate holder. The models have been extensively flight tested by Papamac and other highly qualified Beaver pilots.
  • DHC 2T slideshow 3

     

    de Havilland Turbo Beaver

    This is a replica of a de Havilland DHC-2T Turbine Beaver. The data for the flight model was taken from its Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS), from the Pilot’s Operations Handbook (POH), from data found on several Beaver-related web sites, including the current type certificate holder. The models have been extensively flight tested by Papamac and other highly qualified Beaver pilots.
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    de Havilland Turbo Beaver

    This is a replica of a de Havilland DHC-2T Turbine Beaver. The data for the flight model was taken from its Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS), from the Pilot’s Operations Handbook (POH), from data found on several Beaver-related web sites, including the current type certificate holder. The models have been extensively flight tested by Papamac and other highly qualified Beaver pilots.
  • DHC 2T slideshow 6

     

    de Havilland Turbo Beaver

    This is a replica of a de Havilland DHC-2T Turbine Beaver. The data for the flight model was taken from its Type Certificate Data Sheet (TCDS), from the Pilot’s Operations Handbook (POH), from data found on several Beaver-related web sites, including the current type certificate holder. The models have been extensively flight tested by Papamac and other highly qualified Beaver pilots.

de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver

Viking Air, Ltd, a long time Canadian parts supplier to de Havilland Canada, purchased all of the rights to and have continued upgrading and developing new variants of the trusty DHC2 Beaver after DHC closed its doors.  The latest model is the DHC2T Turbo Beaver powered by the ultra-reliable Pratt & Whitney PT6 turboprop engine

This model has been created with attention to detail that makes the Beaver one of our best aircaft. A must for bush flying.

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This is a replica of the de Havilland Canada DHC-2T Beaver. It has been optimized to be flown in the latest X-Plane version.


The data for the flight model was taken from its Type Certificate Data Sheet; from an original L-20 (U-6A) Beaver Pilot's Operating Handbook (POH) provided courtesy of Bedford Lasley who flew 'em and fixed 'em for the Tennessee Army National Guard and from Papa Mac's historical records from that ancient period when he flew them for the U.S. Army.

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