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OZARK COMMUTER - Ozark wasn't afraid to try innovative ideas, as it introduced "commuter" service to Chicago's Meigs Field in March, 1972 with three leased DeHavilland of Canada DHC-6 "Twin Otters". The high-winged, fixed gear, twin-turboprop aircraft were perfect for use into the short (3900 ft) lake-front field and by mid 1972 was flying eight daily weekday flights into the downtown location from the state capital at Springfield.

(Since Meigs Field (KCGX) no longer exists, these flights will only be possible in FS9 or with downloaded scenery for FSX or Prepar3d.)

  Ozark Twin Otter

Reg: N970JM

Version: FS2004

Version: FSX

Model Design By: Barry Blaisdell/GlobeTwotters
Textures: TRosso
Entered Service: 1972 Passengers: 20
Wing Span: 65 ft 0 in Length: 51 ft 9 in
Engines: United Aircraft of Canada Limited PT6A-27 turboprops. Range: 786nm
Max Cruise Speed: 183kts. Max Service Ceiling: 26,700ft.

Flight # Origin Destination Departure Time Arrival Time Frequency
C010 KSPI KCGX 0555 0700 Weekdays
C012 KSPI KCGX 0655 0800 Weekdays
C014 KSPI KCGX 0745 0850 Weekdays
C020 KCGX KSPI 0735 0845 Weekdays
C022 KCGX KSPI 1545 1655 Weekdays
C024 KCGX KSPI 1645 1755 Weekdays
C030 KSPI KCGX 1745 1850 Weekdays