What aircraft are we using?
Cessna 206 G - The C206 is mainly used in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. It is rugged and reliable and well suited to the shorter hops of the Okavango. The 206 is literally the workhorse of the delta, and does passenger inter-camp transfers. It is also used for delivering all important freight supplies to remote, inaccessible camps.
Cessna 208 B Grand Caravan - The Caravan was designed at the outset to be simple, rugged and reliable. The Caravan has proven to be the best passenger carrying bush aircraft in our fleet for sectors of from 20 to 300 km. Its wide spacious air conditioned cabin, large windows and unrestricted view, made possible by a high wing make the Caravan very popular with all our passengers
Cessna 210 N - This aircraft mainly operates emainly in Namibia. The longer sector distances in Namibia necessitate a faster aircraft. The unobstructed view offered by the high wing configuration allows all passengers the best possible views below
GA 8 Airvan - The Airvan are being used in the Okavango Delta, Botswana as it is well suited for the environment in which we operate. The Airvan allows for easy cabin access, quick loading and unloading processes, and also offers excellent visibility for both pilot and passengers.