Viking Air Limited

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Since 1970, Viking has grown into a dynamic aerospace company, servicing a global customer base with high quality modification, repair, and manufacturing services. In 2006, Viking acquired the Type Certificates for the entire line of de Havilland heritage aircraft, DHC-1 through DHC-7. In 2007, Viking launched the DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400 Program, putting the versatile Twin Otter back into production with over 100 aircraft sold to 26 countries worldwide.

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