Basler BT-67



Basler BT-67 DC3

The Basler BT-67 is based on the rugged and simple design of the Douglas DC-3. Every Basler BT-67 is delivered as a "zero-time" aircraft, meaning all new components, including the Pratt and Whitney PT-6 turbine engines, one of the widest-used and most reliable engines ever built. The Basler BT-67's build makes it the optimal freight aircraft for Canada's North. Large front wheels allow it to operate onto short gravel runways, and as required onto soft, unprepared or ice runways. It's simple design is what makes it resilient to the harsh climate of Canada's North. The Basler BT-67 can be positioned throughout Canada and North America as required. 


Specification Value
Speed 210 knots
Range 2,140 nm
Passenger Load 0
Runway Requirement 3,000 ft
Cargo Up to 10,000 lbs
Bulk Fuel Capacity Up to 6,800 litres
Cubic Volume 1,225 cubic feet
Cargo Hold Dimensions 500"L x 80"W x 76" h
Door Size Irregular Shaped - 84"L x 63"H to 93"L x 76"H
Max Altitude 12,000 ft
Bases Pickle Lake, Red Lake, Kapuskasing, Thompson