Ten years after the first delivery of a Kodiak 100, Quest Aircraft haslaunched the next generation: the Kodiak 100 Series II.

The standard equipment list has been expanded to include Garmin’s next generation G1000 NXi flightdeck, as well as an Angle-of-Attack indicator, digital 4-in-1 standby, Flight Stream 510 and a two-year subscription to the Kodiak Mobile App, backed by Garmin Pilot.

In the cockpit, Quest has added two new gloveboxes for additional cockpit storage, improved Rosen sun visors for better UV protection and ergonomics, and incorporated LEMO plugs for hardwired Bose headsets.

The cargo doorstep has been redesigned to reduce weight and improve functionality, and fuselage seals have been enhanced to provide better soundproofing and cabin ventilation.

Additionally, a single point refuelling station is now an available as an option, designed to give the operator a simple, clean and easy way to refuel both wing tanks using a single port.

Garmin G1000 NXI
Garmin G1000 NXI flightdeck is standard equipment on the Quest Kodiak 100 Series II.
Quest Kodiak cabin
Deluxe cabin for the Quest Kodiak.
Kodiak on floats
Quest Kodiak can be fitted with floats without the need for additional airframe mods.

“We’re proud to debut the Kodiak 100, Series II. The refinements and upgrades across the entire platform truly elevate the Kodiak experience, while continuing to deliver the distinctive design and workmanship we’re known for,” said Rob Wells, CEO of Quest Aircraft.

Prior to the release of the Series II, the Kodiak 100 underwent considerable advances during the past decade, thanks to a consistent outflow of upgrades to each new model year. Over 200 enhancements have been incorporated into the Kodiak platform since its 2008 introduction, including the addition of two entirely new interiors, an increased landing weight, and the integration of the Garmin GFC 700 AFCS.

The Kodiak 100 Series II is available for order immediately, and customer deliveries are already underway.

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