Field has completed Maritime Surveillance, VIP Transport and Medevac modifications, and delivered several missionized versions of the Challenger 604 Search and Rescue aircraft for the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.
Field Aviation has developed Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA’s), Intelligence, Surveillance & Interdiction (ISR) Aircraft, Flight Inspection Aircraft, Multi Mission (MMA) Aircraft including Electronic Warfare (EW) and VIP Transport versions of all variants of the Dash 8.
The Twin Otter's rugged design and versatility provided by multiple landing gear options (wheels, skis, and amphibious floats) make it an ideal aircraft for a variety of special mission applications. Field Aviation has modified Twin Otters for a variety of operators throughout the world.
Mixed-class seating configurations, in-flight entertainment systems, custom storage solutions, quick-change Economy/VIP/Cargo interior with enhanced passenger amenities, a variety of avionics and equipment upgrades as well as design, production and installation of a first-of its kind large forward cargo door.
Applications for these special mission aircraft have included, maritime surveillance, airways calibration, atmospheric research and VIP Transportation. Noted modifications have been integrated to other Beechcraft type such as the B1900.
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