Air Tamarac owns and operates 4 floatplanes: three De Havilland DHC-2 Beaver registered C-FMMO, C-FMPT and C-GQXH and a Cessna 180 registered C-FJNA.
The Beaver remains today the world's greatest bush plane. This Canadian-built plane is renowned as one of the ten greatest pieces of engineering of the last century in our country. It can carry up to 7 passengers in good comfort but is most frequently used for groups of four people with all their gear for one week. It can transport up to 1,200 pounds over more than 400 miles. Our Beavers have the usual Kenmore modifications for your safety and comfort and are the only ones in Québec commercially operated with pop-out windows and repositioned door handle to facilitate evacuation in case of emergency.
The Cessna 180 is our fastest plane and is the ideal floatplane for light work. We also use this plane for groups of 2, but it is capable of carrying 3 passengers. With its modified wings and extended cabin, it can carry up to 600 pounds.
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