MAF Kodiak Visit

Scott Channon and Dave Rask

Mr. Channon is a LETU alumnus who graduated in 1993 and has been with MAF for 11 years. Mr. Rask is also with MAF and answered student questions about the Kodiak.

Dave Rask

Mr. Rask answering questions from Lee Person, LETU student, about the Kodiak.

Dave Rask

Mr. Rask demonstrating the float measure which allows accurate measurement of the remaining fuel.

Checking out the Engine

LETU students rarely need a second invitation to check out an engine.

Mr. Chase's son

Mr. Chase's son inspects the tires of the Kodiak.

35 degrees of Flap

To enable the Kodiak to make short takeoffs and landings, the Kodiak has 35 degrees of flap.

Kodiak Front

Students eagerly checking out the Kodiak.

Kodiak

Kodiak

Students in the Cockpit

Cockpit

The Kodiak is equipped with glass Garmin G 1000 technology.

Side shot

Cowlings Up

The Kodiak outside the LETU hangar with cowlings up.

Doors Open

Kodiak

Kodiak Side Bk

LETU and MAF

LETU and MAF are very proud to have a working relationship, and regularly meet to exchange ideas and information.

LETU and MAF

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