The PC-6 is famous in the aviation world for its Short Take-off and Landing (STOL) performance on almost any type of terrain - it can take-off within a distance of 195 metres (640 ft) and land within a distance of 130 metres (427 ft) while carrying a payload of 1,500 kg (3,300 lb) (The length of a soccer field is enough, Pilatus test pilots were able to land on not much more than 50 metres (164 ft) of space). Thanks to its STOL performance, the PC-6 holds the world record for highest landing by a fixed wing aircraft, at 5,750 metres (18,865 ft), on the Dhaulagiri glacier in Nepal.
The PC-6 is appreciated for it's scale flight performances as well as for its reliability and flight stability. Are you ready to establish your own short take-off and landing records?
Laser cut balsa and plywood construction
Wing assembly by aluminum tube
Detailed covering with print over film technique
Painted figerglass cowling
Radio functions: elevators, aileron, engine, rudder
Step-to-step instruction manual in English
Landing gears with damping effect
Motor, servo, glue, fuel pipe