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De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter (N1068W)

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Now that is a soft landing!

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Dale Engman
Talkeetna air taxi, landing on Denali - been there, done that! Awesome flight!
trennor turcotte
Umm... correct me if I'm wrong but from this angle that looks like a DHC2 Beaver MK IV. I don't think it's long enough to be an Otter.
Burny
This is not an Otter or a Beaver, I believe it's a helocarrier.
Dave Blevins
Experts.. .. ..
Pilatus aircraft ( swiss )
Gary Butt
On seeeing the photo my immediate thought was a Pilatus, built for stol in the alps, look at the engine size verses the aircraft, a right rocket.
AlaskanJohn
This is a DHC-3T - a turbine Otter. I believe it is Talkeetna Air Taxi's N100BW (s/n 58). I was just up on the mountain (Denali) last Sunday, and can tell you from personal observation that both K-2 Aviation and TAT fly a few of this type up onto the mountain from Talkeetna several times per day, wx permitting. The turbine Otter is readily distinguishable from its radial powered sibling by the elongated nose. I haven't seen anyone regularly flying any turbine beavers or Pilatus acft up onto the mountain.
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