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  • Viking begins water trials of revamped DHC-6 Twin Otter


    Viking reports that it began on-water testing of its 19-seat Twin Otter Series 400 float-equipped technology demonstrator the week of 10 November as part of the certification of the $4.5 million twin-turboprop’s Honeywell Primus Apex integrated avionics suite.


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  • Twin Otter Series 400 completes maiden sortie


    Twenty-two years after de Havilland Canada ended production of the Twin Otter turboprop, the first new-build model,...


  • New Nose unveils carbonfibre seaplane


    A new carbonfibre twin-engined seaplane based on the design of the 1949 Grumman Albatross has been unveiled by US...


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  • Maldivian Air Taxi to launch service to Fuvahmulah

    News | 10 Nov 2011 08:33

    <p>Maldivian Air Taxi will launch a service between Male and Fuvahmulah airport from 11 November.</p><p>The carrier will operate a four times weekly service...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Maldivian-Air-Taxi-to-launch-service-to-Fuvahmulah-364552/
  • Twin Otter Series 400 completes maiden sortie

    News | 17 Feb 2010 22:28 | Mary Kirby

    Twenty-two years after de Havilland Canada ended production of the Twin Otter turboprop, the first new-build model, Viking Air's DHC-6 Series 400, has successfully...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Twin-Otter-Series-400-completes-maiden-sortie-338513/
  • Viking begins water trials of revamped DHC-6 Twin Otter

    News | 18 Nov 2008 21:05 | John Croft

    Viking reports that it began on-water testing of its 19-seat Twin Otter Series 400 float-equipped technology demonstrator the week of 10 November as part of the certification of the $4.5 million twin-turboprop’s Honeywell Primus Apex integrated avionics suite.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Viking-begins-water-trials-of-revamped-DHC-6-Twin-Otter-319030/
  • New Nose unveils carbonfibre seaplane

    News | 15 Oct 2008 07:30 | Kate Sarsfield

    A new carbonfibre twin-engined seaplane based on the design of the 1949 Grumman Albatross has been unveiled by US engineering firm The New Nose, which is...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/New-Nose-unveils-carbonfibre-seaplane-317440/
  • Night operations resume at Male airport

    News | 29 Dec 2004 09:36 | Brendan Sobie

    <body lang=EN-US style='tab-interval:36.0pt'> <div class=Section1> <p class=MsoNormal><span lang=EN-GB>The </span><st1:country-region><st1:place><span lang=EN-GB>Maldives</span></st1:place></st1:country-region><span lang=EN-GB> has reopened all its airports following the 26 December tsunamis and night operations at </span><st1:place><st1:PlaceName><span class=SpellE><span lang=EN-GB>Hulule</span></span></st1:PlaceName><span lang=EN-GB> </span><st1:PlaceType><span lang=EN-GB>Airport</span></st1:PlaceType></st1:place><span lang=EN-GB> near the capital Male will resume this evening.</span></p> <p class=MsoNormal><span class=SpellE><span lang=EN-GB>Hulule</span></span><span lang=EN-GB>, which is served by 13 scheduled international carriers, reopened on 27 December but only for daytime operations because the non-directional beacon (NDB) navigational aid was out of service. Director <span class=GramE>general</span> of the Maldives Civil Aviation Department <span chttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Night-operations-resume-at-Male-airport-285652/
  • Maldives slow to reopen airports following tsunamis

    News | 27 Dec 2004 04:32 | Brendan Sobie

    <body lang=EN-US style='tab-interval:36.0pt'> <div class=Section1> <p class=MsoNormal><st1:place><st1:PlaceName><span class=SpellE><span lang=EN-GB>Hulule</span></span></st1:PlaceName><span lang=EN-GB> </span><st1:PlaceType><span lang=EN-GB>Airport</span></st1:PlaceType></st1:place><span lang=EN-GB> outside the </span><st1:country-region><st1:place><span lang=EN-GB>Maldives</span></st1:place></st1:country-region><span lang=EN-GB> capital of Male has reopened but its navigational aids are not serviceable and three smaller airports in the </span><st1:place><span lang=EN-GB>Indian Ocean</span></st1:place><span lang=EN-GB> island chain remain closed following yesterday’s deadly tsunamis. </span></p> <p class=MsoNormal><st1:country-region><st1:place><span lang=EN-GB>Maldives</span></st1:place></st1:country-region><span lang=EN-GB> was one of the hardest hit countries, with two-thirds of Male flooded and the status of outer island where thousands of tourists are vachttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Maldives-slow-to-reopen-airports-following-tsunamis-282738/