A new Quest Kodiak 100 Series II is joining this year’s Fly Courchevel, which runs 30-31 March at the Courchevel Altiport in the French Alps.
The free annual event features aerobatics, demonstrations and exhibitions, along with food and fun.
Courchevel Altiport is one of the most demanding airports in the world. Surrounded by ski slopes, the Altiport has a difficult approach with a short runway. The runway is only 537 metres long, with a steep upslope of 18.6%.
“After seeing the Kodiak perform at Courchevel, you will want one for your own adventure travels,” said Tobias Temme, Kodiak Sales Director for Rheinland Air Service (RAS), the Authorised European Quest Aircraft Dealer.
The multi-mission Kodiak gives every seat a panoramic window and ample legroom. The cabin is air conditioned and equipped with modern conveniences like USB ports. The seats can be easily removed to convert for cargo missions. The Kodiak is also designed for floats.