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The Britten Norman Islander T8flightcrafts

5,238 T8flightcrafts  1.8 years ago

This is the long-anticipated britten norman Islander! (Well, by me at least) it as cose to the real one as I could make it too! The britten norman Islander is from The U.K. And is still made today. They are great for chartering in and out of the backcountry in Idaho (where I am from). I guess It was originally used by the British in their air force but somehow got sent to the U.S.A.


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General Characteristics

  • Successors 2 airplane(s)
  • Created On iOS
  • Wingspan 46.1ft (14.1m)
  • Length 30.7ft (9.4m)
  • Height 13.6ft (4.1m)
  • Empty Weight 5,046lbs (2,289kg)
  • Loaded Weight 5,821lbs (2,640kg)


  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.24
  • Wing Loading 15.1lbs/ft2 (73.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 384.8ft2 (35.8m2)
  • Drag Points 4548


  • Number of Parts 73
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    7,038 JED

    Sorry I have not been on Simpleplanes for a while, but no I mean the Otter, maybe you can look it up and see it your self :-) :-)@T8flightcrafts

    1.5 years ago
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    1.6 years ago
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    there is a plane sort of like this called the de havilland twin otter, is that what you mean?

    1.6 years ago
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    7,038 JED

    Hay, I think it is called the Otter in america (do you know if it is the Otter, or is the Otter baised on this plane?) :-) :-)
    If I could own a privet plane the Twin engine Otter would be my plane :-) :-)

    1.6 years ago