African Profile Safaris operates a variety of aircraft for several reasons.
The main reason is of course suitability for a specific Safari and the flying requirement determined by that. Aircrafts in general have a take-off weight limitation, which may not be exceeded. This means, that when the plane is loaded to its full seat capacity, the fuel tanks may only be filled partially. Thus each aircraft has its own limitations; each safari has its own fuel requirements. Of course this affects the amount of baggage the passengers can take with them.
Cessna 210 Centurion
• Single-engine: Piston: normally aspirated or turbo-charged available.
Cessna 208 Caravan
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