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The Kodiak Series II

One aircraft, many missions.

              Ten Seat, Cabin-Class               

              Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34, 750shp

              183 ktas, maximum cruise speed

              1,005 nm, maximum range

              3,530 lbs, standard useful load

M600 max range

The Kodiak Series II is a new but continuously refined airplane. Unlike competitors that were designed decades ago, the Kodiak benefits from the latest advances in engineering and technology. The result is an increasingly safe, comfortable and efficient airplane. The robust landing gear and 19 inch propeller clearance allow the KODIAK to easily handle unimproved airstrips. The discontinuous leading edge technology brings remarkable control at slow speeds, making difficult strips possible. 

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About the Piper M600

Kodiak Quick Facts




Garmin G1000 NXi Suite w/ Synthetic Vision & TAWS



Tundra / Timberline / Summit



Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34, 750shp


Max Cruise Speed

183 ktas


Range with 45 Min. Reserve (174 ktas)

1,005 nm (12,000 ft, 48 gph, 5.8 hr)


Range with 45 Min. Reserve (135 ktas)

1,132 nm (12,000 ft, 33 gph, 8.4 hr)


Maximum Approved Altitude

 25,000 ft


Takeoff Distance, Ground Roll

934 ft


Landing Distance, Braked Roll

765 ft (without reverse)



7,255 lbs


Basic Empty Weight

3,775 lbs


Basic Standard Useful Load

3,530 lbs


Fuel Capacity

320 US gal


Exterior Dimensions

Wing Span 45 ft

Length 34 ft 2 in

Height 15 ft 3 in


Cabin Dimensions

Cabin Width 4 ft 6 in

Cabin Height 4 ft 9 in

Cabin Length 15 ft 10 in

Cargo Volume 248 cu ft (excl cockpit)

Rugged. Reliable. Versatile.

Kodiak Vide

Quest Kodiak Adventures - Argentina

Introducing the Series II


Central America Demo Tour



Estimated Cost Of Operation
FUEL - $183.60

45 GPH @ 4.08 per Gal. ** **

OIL - $0.30
MAINTENANCE - Based on Operator Experience

Labor - $26.50

- 0.3 MH/FH ($85/HR)

  • Includes scheduled and unscheduled events

  • Labor cost is about 22% less during warranty

Parts - $33.25

- List price without warranty


Avionics - $2.50

- Avionics cost will be less during warranty period


Engine HSI @ 2,000 hours * **$10.00

Engine OH @ 4,000 hours TBO * **$58.75

Prop OH @ 4,000 hours TBO or 6 years $1.85

Starter Generator OH @ 1,600 hours TBO $1.40


Cost per Seat Mile - $0.23

Annual Hourly Utilization 300-500


* Reserves are non-cash items that are spent only at the time of overhaul.
** Based on 300 nm block speed of 175 kts @ maximum cruise power @ 12,000’
*** Based on pratt & whitney estimates
**** Based on average jet-a price of 3000+ fbo’s in the usa at the time of revision


THE FIGURES CONTAINED ON THESE PAGES ARE ONLY ESTIMATES. YOUR ACTUAL COST OF OPERATION WILL VARY FROM THESE FIGURES due to differences in accounting methods, cost of fuel and oil, labor services, engine overhaul, type of avionics installed, and the manner in which the aircraft is used (number of hours flown annually, power settings, type of airports used, environmental condition, pilot capability, etc.) Quest cannot and does not represent that these figures are anything other than estimated average costs of operation, and Quest specifically disclaims any liability for the accuracy of these estimates. They are to be used only for purposes of comparison.

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