Today’s Kodiak Discovery
Despite being described as “the most beautiful and traditional bay resort in Europe,” La Baule-Escoublac in Western France is relatively unknown outside the region. Let’s escape and discover.
With a Kodiak 100 Series III, the most advanced 10-seat STOL turboprop, an escape like this is quick and easy.
Even though the Kodiak’s remarkable short take off and landing (STOL) capability may not be needed on this flight, it’s reassuring to know that your aircraft can handle all types of airports or airstrips. As you fly over the breathtaking ocean scenery, your passengers will appreciate the Kodiak’s large panoramic windows … one for each passenger to take in the views.
The Ultimate Escape Vehicle
As the “ultimate escape vehicle,” the Kodiak 100 easily converts from passengers to cargo. The large payload door is handy for loading all of your vacation gear; from suitcases to surfboards.
Need even more space? An optional cargo pod gives you an additional 1,78m³ (63 cu ft)!
Inside you can choose from two interior packages:
• Timberline – A flexible, lightweight interior that carries a combination of passengers and freight. Includes leather seats, carpeting, storage pockets, and cup holders.
• Summit – Executive club seating with optional tables and cabinets. A top-of-the-line comfort choice that is equally suitable for business trips, or for family adventures.
Master Any Mission – Business or Personal
That’s the beauty of the Kodiak 100, the perfect personal plane – it can master any mission you throw its way. Aerial mapping or reconnaissance, fire suppression, parachute charters, corporate executive flights, you name it.
Advanced avionics and advanced engineering make this the safest, most economical airplane in its class, while the state-of-the-art Garmin G1000 NXi avionics provide a pilot-friendly cockpit.
Once you touch down at La Baule-Escoublac, the pilot and others will want to head to the Musee Aeronautique Presqu’ile Cote d’Amour (MAPICA), which is located right at the airport. The museum restores and displays aviation heritage from the 1930s–1950s. See a variety of aircraft, engines, documents, even a flight simulator. A must-see for any aviation enthusiast!
Traditional noble seaside resort with miles of beaches, cafes and bars.
Visit the Musee Aeronautique Presqu’ile Cote d’Amour (MAPICA) at the airport.
What does it take?
A versatile aircraft that can carry eager passengers and lots of vacation gear.
What to do?
Sunbathe and relax at one of France’s most exclusive seaside resorts, now popular with tourists and day trippers. Visit historic Nantes castle, the walled city of Guerande, and Breton fishing villages like Le Croisic and Pornichet.
32 m (106 ft)
950m x 24 m Asphalt ( 3117ft x 82 ft)
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Fancy an adventure within your adventure?
The Île d’Yeu is a mere 21-minute flight away with your Kodiak. Pack your bicycles and work up an appetite along the island’s historic and picturesque trails before joining the locals for a bite in one of the delightful restaurants or tea rooms.
ICAO Code: LFEY
Coordinates: 046°43’03″N / 002°23’33″W
Elevation AMSL: 24 m / 79 ft
1220m x 24m (4003 ft x 82 ft) – Asphalt
574m x 49m (1886 ft x 164 ft) – Grass
Whatever your mission or escape, a Kodiak 100 Series III makes it all possible. Contact us today to learn more, schedule a demo flight or meet us live in September at the Private Flyer Event.
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