The Kodiak technical publications portal is provided with your new aircraft for two years from the date of purchase. The portal provides access to the technical information you need to operate and maintain your Kodiak anytime, anywhere.
24/7 Technical Support
Support is at your fingertips. Your team is always available via email or phone to answer questions and help with troubleshooting.
Second Day Freight on Warranty Parts
All warranty parts ship via UPS 2-day air in order to get you back in the air ASAP.
Kodiak POH/AFM Revision Service
With the Kodiak Pilot’s Operating Handbook and Aircraft Flight Manual revision service, updates are automatically shipped to you whenever a revision to the manual is released during the first two years you own your Kodiak.
One-Year Enrollment to CAMP
By providing enrollment in the CAMP Engine Health Monitoring (EHM) and Maintenance Tracking (MTX) service programs at no charge, Kodiak empowers you with the tools to control your operational costs and maintain the aircraft’s resale value.
Two-Year or 400 Hours* Enrollment in ESP
To protect the value of your investment and help defer engine depreciation, the ESP (Eagle Service Plan) program is provided at no charge – a value of up to $70,000 towards covered engine maintenance. (Up to 400 hours Total Time Since New or two years from date of aircraft delivery, whichever occurs first, for engines enrolling when new.)
AOG Support is Available 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, by our team of dedicated, knowledgeable Kodiak Technicians
Comprehensive aircraft and systems familiarization is provided through partner organizations specializing in single engine turboprops and STOL flying.
A state-of-the-art full motion Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) is used to simulate realistic scenarios unattainable in an actual airplane. Initial, IFR, and recurrent familiarization is offered.
One initial aircraft and systems familiarization course is included with the purchase of a new Kodiak.
The Care and Feeding of Your Kodiak
The Daher approved Kodiak 100 Maintenance Training Course is a four-day course that comes with the purchase of each new Kodiak. This course takes place at the factory in Sandpoint, Idaho giving students an unprecedented hands-on learning environment not offered anywhere else. Customers may choose to send a mechanic of their choice to this course.
On-site training courses are also available upon request.
The Course Covers the Following Areas
Familiarization with the Kodiak 100 systems and their operation
Basic maintenance procedures
Garmin 1000 system functions, software and line maintenance
Review of Kodiak 100 Service Bulletins Letters and Notifications
Maintenance, Wiring Manual and Illustrated Parts Catalog familiarization
Hands on projects and cockpit operational familiarization
PT6A/Kodiak airframe interface and basic engine line maintenance procedures
Stunning pictures and words take you to Papua New Guinea with humanitarian airlift operations, to a remote surfing destination with world-class surfers, or follow rangers as they protect endangered rhinos in Southern Africa. We’ll also let you know about the latest news, product updates, and upcoming events where you can meet a Kodiak up close and personal.
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