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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.
  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