Cessna Grand Caravan C-208B

The Cessna 208 Caravan is an American single-engined turboprop, fixed-tricycle landing gear, short-haul regional airliner and utility aircraft that is built in the United States by Cessna. The airplane typically seats nine passengers with a single pilot, although with a FAR Part 23 waiver it can seat up to fourteen passengers. The aircraft is also used for cargo feederliner operations.

The Caravan interior can be outfitted with seats or as cargo holds. The standard high-density airline configuration has four rows of 1-2 seating behind the two seats in the cockpit. This variant is capable of holding up to thirteen passengers, although it is marketed as being able to make a profit carrying just four.[3] The cabin can be configured in a low density passenger configuration, with 1-1 seating, as a combination of passengers and cargo, or as a strictly cargo aircraft. Many variants include an underbelly cargo pod, which can be used for additional freight capacity, or for passenger baggage. A number of Caravans are operated as skydiving aircraft with the left-side cargo hatch converted to a roll-up door.


- Single Turbine engine powered aircraft
- Operate into short, rough dirt strips
- With a large, quiet cabin allows for greater passenger comport
- Has a large cargo pod to allow for extra luggage, allowing passenger excess baggage

Maximum passengers : 12
Speed : 160 knots (300km/h)
Endurance : 7 hours
Range : 960nm (1780km) with required fuel reserves