Land, water, or air, the Caravan Amphibian is your durable all-purpose aircraft for both work and play.

Adaptability is an understatement

Whatever your mission, the Caravan Amphibian will get the job done. For years, the Amphibian has been accomplishing life-saving missions, charter missions, hauling missions, and more in all corners of the world. Whether you’re an outdoorsman, a charter pilot, a cargo hauler, a medic, a flight enthusiast, or something else entirely, the Caravan Amphibian is ready to load up and take off to wherever you need to go.

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    Exterior

    Fail-safe structural design, brilliant engineering

    Your Future Floats on Water

    Airframe

    The Caravan’s airframe is durable aluminum construction with multiple load redundancies and reliable remote operations.

    Exhaust

    The Caravan’s exhaust was designed to prevent odors in the cabin without the use of door seals.

    Amphibious floats

    Whether you’re touching down on water or land, durable amphibious floats make your landing as smooth as the flight itself. They also offer more storage space, so pack them full and take off.

    Powerplant

    The Caravan Amphibian’s Pratt & Whitney PT6 engine is ultraefficient with a scheduled overhaul interval of 3,600 hours and a hot section inspection at 1,800 hours. The cowling comes free easily in less than 15 minutes, uncovering the engine and accessories for exceptional ease of maintenance.

    Interior

    Deceptively refined interiors

    The Caravan Amphibian’s characteristic workhorse exterior doesn’t hint at its high-end, refined, and comfortable interior. Passengers will enjoy luxurious leather seating with adjustable backrests, folding armrests, and a number of available interior options. It offers cabin space for as many as two crewmembers and twelve passengers. Cargo doors open to 49 inches by 49 inches for loading large items.The Caravan comes in multiple seating arrangements with a wide center of gravity for safer operation.

    Select Your Personal Touches

    The Cessna Caravan’s interior collections were designed to accommodate a wide range of first-class requirements, from executive travel to charter services to personal use — all in immaculate style and comfort.

    Executive interior options

    The Oasis upgrade is an executive, first-class interior with many tailored options.

    Avionics

    Technology to minimize workload

    Intelligence to maximize safety

    The updated all-glass cockpit features state-of-the-art Garmin G1000 avionics. This flight deck sets a new standard in simple, reliable, intelligent controls for pilots in all phases of the flight. Your Amphibian’s famed dispatch reliability is due in large part to this advanced ready-to-fly control center. All controls and switches are positioned within easy reach, designed with extensive research in human factors engineering. The range of standard and optional equipment, combined with the ergonomically designed cockpit, create the optimal flight control environment for every pilot.

    Weather news and entertainment

    The optional XM Satellite Weather and Entertainment package gives reliable weather data as well as tips for avoiding hazardous weather. Graphical weather data and text is displayed on the MFD and the PFD Inset map. The GDL 69A can also receive XM Satellite Radio entertainment services. Includes FK 675W, 4-place intercom in cabin. This option is available for U.S. customers only and requires a subscription service.

    Terrain awareness

    The Garmin TAWS (Terrain Awareness and Warning System) is an optional feature to increase situational awareness and enhance safety by helping reduce the risk of controlled flight into terrain (CFIT). With this option, you will both see and hear alerts from the system when your aircraft comes within a certain altitude threshold from any terrain or obstacles. This Class B–certified awareness system will give you a valuable extra margin of safety when you’re in the air.

    Standard avionics include:Standard Flight Instruments:
    • GDU 1040A Pilot & Co-Pilot Primary Flight Display (PFD)
    • GDU 1040A Multi Function Display (MFD)
    • GDC 74A Dual Air Data Computer (ADC)
    • GEA 71 Engine/Airframe Unit
    • GRS 77 Dual Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS)
    • GMA 1347 Single Audio System with Integrated Marker Beacon Receiver
    • GTX 33 Mode S Transponder
    • Garmin Relative Terrain/Obstacles
    • Garmin Flight Charts Capable
    • Garmin Safe Taxi Capable
    • KN-63 DME
    • Switch, Avionics Power (Two) (On-Off)
    • Artex ME-406 2-Frequency (Non-Nav Interfaced)
    • ELT with Remote Switch and Monitor Light
    • (Dorsal Fin Installation)
    • Avionics Cooling, (2) cowl deck fans and (3) display fans
    • PA System with Aft Cabin Speakers

    ENGINE INDICATION SYSTEM (EIS) Displayed on MFD During Normal Operations:

    • Engine and System Displays
    • Torque
    • Interstage Turbine Temperature
    • Gas Generator Speed
    • Propeller Speed
    • Oil Pressure
    • Oil Temperature
    • Fuel Quantity
    • Fuel Flow
    • Ammeter/Voltmeter
    • Standby Engine Torque Gauge
    • Altair Digital ADAS Engine Trend Monitoring System
    • Indications Displayed on each PFD:
    • Airspeed
    • Attitude with Slip/Skid Indication
    • Altitude
    • Vertical Deviation, Glideslope, and Glidepath Vertical Speed
    • Horizontal Situation Indication
    • Outside Air Temperature
    • System Time
    • Generic Timer
    • Wind Data
    • Standby Flight Instruments:
    • Airspeed Indicator
    • Attitude Gyro
    • Altimeter
    • Magnetic Compass
    • Heated Pitot System, Pilot & Co-Pilot Alternate Static Source
    • Static Source Drains
    • Instrument Static System
    • Second Independent Pitot-Static System

    Standard Flight Controls:

    • Brake, Parking
    • Brakes, Hydraulic, Toe-Operated
    • Control Cables — Corrosion Resistant Steel
    • Control Lock, Ailerons and Elevator
    • Flight Control System, Pilot & Co-Pilot (Includes All-Purpose Control Wheel, Pedals, and Toe Brakes)
    • Friction Lock, Engine Controls
    • Powerplant, Quadrant Type Controls:
    • Condition Lever
    • Primary Engine Power
    • Back-Up Engine Power (Emergency Power Lever)
    • Propeller, Speed and Feather
    • Rudder Gust Lock
    • Trim System (Aileron/Rudder (Manual), Elevator (Manual & Electric Pilot & Co-Pilot)
    • Wing Flaps, Electric Pre-Select with Standby Motor
    • Environmental controls:
    • Defroster, Windshield (Pilot and Copilot)
    • Heating System, Cabin (Bleed Air Type)
    • Soundproofing
    • Ventilation System, Cockpit (Ram Air)
    • Ventilator, Adjustable, Cabin Air
    • Ventilation System, Fan-Driven

    Specifications

    The powerful aerial and maritime performer

    Detailed Specifications

    Performance data is based on the standard Caravan Amphibian configuration, operating in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) conditions with zero wind. Takeoff and landing field lengths are based on a level, hard surface and dry runway.

    Actual performance will vary with factors such as environmental conditions, aircraft configuration and operational/ATC procedures.

    Dimensions

    • Length
    • 38 ft 1 in (11.61 m)
    • Height
    • 17 ft 7 in (5.36 m)
    • Wingspan
    • 52 ft 1 in (15.87 m)
      Wing

    • Wing Area
    • 279 sq ft (26 sq m)
    • Wheelbase
    • 14 ft 7 in (4.44 m)
    • Tread
    • 10 ft 8 in (3.25 m)
      Cabin Interior

    • Height
    • Width
    • Length
    • 54 in (1.37 m)
    • 64 in (1.63 m)
    • 12 ft 9 in (3.88 m)
    • Seating Capacity
    • 8 – 10
      Baggage Capacity

    • Weight
    • Volume
    • 925 lb (420 kg)
    • 100 cu ft (2.83 cu m)

    Wingspan – 52 ft 1 in (15.87 m)

    Height
    17 ft 7 in (5.36 m)

    Length – 38 ft 1 in (11.61 m)

    Weights

    • Maximum Ramp Weight
    • 8,785 lb (3,985 kg)
    • Maximum Takeoff Weight
    • 8,750 lb (3,969 kg)
    • Maximum Landing Weight
    • 8,750 lb (3,969 kg)
      Usable Fuel Capacity

    • Weight
    • Volume
    • 2,224 lb (1,009 kg)
    • 332 gal (1,257 l)
    • Typically-Equipped Empty Weight
    • 5,555 lb (2,520 kg)
    • Useful Load
    • 3,230 lb (1,465 kg)
    • Maximum Payload
    • 3,195 lb (1,449 kg)
    • Full Fuel Payload
    • 1,006 lb (456 kg)

    Performance

    • Maximum Cruise Speed
    • 159 ktas (294 km/h)
    • Maximum Range
    • 805 nm (1,491 km)
    Takeoff

    • Takeoff Distance
    • Ground Roll
    • 3,660 ft (1,116 m)
    • 2,341 ft (714 m)
    Landing

    • Landing Distance
    • Ground Roll
    • 1,853 ft (565 m)
    • 1,206 ft (368 m)
    • Maximum Operating Altitude
    • 20,000 ft (6,096 m)
    • Maximum Climb Rate
    • 939 fpm (286 mpm)
    • Maximum Speed Limit
    • 175 kias (324 km/h)
    • Stall Speed
    • 60 kcas (111 km/h)

    Powerplant

    The Pratt & Whitney PT6A-114A turboprop engine is flat-rated to 675 shaft horsepower at 1,900 rpm. Engine operation is monitored by the engine indication system, which shows numeric readouts of critical engine fuel and electrical indications for torque, propeller speed, fuel flow and others. A wet type standby engine torque gauge is also installed.

      • Manufacturer: Pratt & Whitney
      • Model: (1) PT6A-114A
      • Power Output: 675 shp
    • Propeller Manufacturer: McCauley
    • Description: 3 blade metal, constant speed, full feathering