Quest Kodiak 1002018-05-14T21:22:47+00:00

Quest Kodiak 100

Power and manoeuvrability combine in this next-generation mission aircraft

Power and manoeuvrability combine in the Kodiak 100, the next-generation mission aircraft. Developed by Quest, the new aircraft is designed to meet the challenges of mission aviation flying.

The Kodiak is a single-engined turbine aircraft, capable of up to 750hp during take-off. This remarkable plane can use the same short, challenging airstrips as the Cessna 206 while transporting twice the cargo!

I’m convinced the Kodiak really is our answer for a turbine-powered aircraft in the most difficult and remote areas of the world.

– Max Gove, MAF Manager of Research and Development

Utilising Jet fuel rather than expensive and increasingly scarce Avgas makes the Kodiak more cost-effective than our Avgas-powered aircraft. The plane also boasts a cruising speed of 212mph.

Our Kodiak 100 aircraft are based in Indonesia. Because of Indonesia’s mountainous terrain and short airstrips, the Kodiak is an ideal tool to bring physical care and spiritual hope to remote communities.

Profile

Power and manoeuvrability combine in this next-generation mission aircraft.

Capacity

Carries up to 9 passengers and 1,219kg supplies

Performance

­Cruising speed: 212 mph

Did you know?

MAF Canada helped to provide a much needed Kodiak for MAF’s operation in Ecuador.

Number in worldwide fleet

8

Places in use

Ecuador
Indonesia

Stories featuring the Quest Kodiak

Reuniting families in the midst of chaos

Stanley Lepar's miraculous reunion story. Today Yayasan MAF Indonesia (MAF) has been busy flying three tons of rice, two full medical teams and medicine to the village of Lindu, 20 minutes south of Palu. This [...]

Medicine for 1,500

MAF and Operation Blessing deliver medicine. Operation Blessing’s Indonesian branch, Obor Berkat (OBI), sent two teams of doctors to Palu just days after the earthquake and tsunami devastated the city leaving homeless and injured [...]

In just one day

It was a busy Monday for the team of pilots and ground staff in Palu Indonesia for both Yayasan MAF Indonesian’s Kodiak and Helivida’s helicopter, delivering food, a full plane of medicine, two medical [...]

Cut off from the rest of the world

Until some major excavation takes place, the community of Kulawi in Indonesia is left isolated between multiple landslides that have cut off access in or out except by foot or air. The community of [...]

Using aircraft to bring earthquake & tsunami relief

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) continues to privide disaster relief flights to facilitate aid efforts on Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, following a deadly earthquake and tsunami on 28 September 2018. The team arrived on Tuesday and [...]