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Daher Kodiak 100 Airplane Insurance

Daher Kodiak 100 Insurance Cost Examples

Pro Pilot and Experienced, Amphibian

Coverage Limits Premium
Physical Damage $2,500,000 Agreed Value $40,000
Aircraft Liability $2,000,000 Per Occurrence $10,000
Total Annual Premium $50,000

Pro Pilot and Experienced

Coverage Limits Premium
Physical Damage $2,500,000 Agreed Value $24,000
Aircraft Liability $5,000,000 Per Occurrence $4,000
Total Annual Premium $28,000

Owner Pilot and Experienced, Alaska and Canada

Coverage Limits Premium
Physical Damage $2,500,000 Agreed Value $35,000
Aircraft Liability $1,000,000 Per Occurrence $10,000
Total Annual Premium $45,000

Aircraft Summary

The Kodiak’s lightweight design is crafted from durable aluminum and powered by an impressive Pratt & Whitney PT6A-34 turbine engine. Boasting a takeoff of less than 700 feet with a full weight of 6,750 pounds, plus a climb rate of 1,500 feet per minute, the engine generates up to 750 bhp at ISA +7C. An advanced 96-inch diameter Hartzell constant speed, reversible propeller is also included. Inside, passengers experience the convenience of Quest Aircraft’s renowned Garmin G1000 integrated avionics suite with three 10-inch displays. Optional Synthetic Vision Technology, S-Tec 55X autopilot, Artex C406 ELT, Garmin Stormscope, XM Infotainment package, high flotation tires, and a cargo pod, are among the features available. Even floats can be added without structural changes. The Kodiak’s unique design enables it to operate on short runways and in challenging conditions. In 2018, the Series II package was announced for all new Kodiak 100s, with upgraded interior amenities, Garmin G1000 NXi avionics suite, and an optional single-point refueling option.

Models We Cover

Daher Kodiak 100


As of 2023, the Daher Kodiak 100 series price range falls between $890,000 and $2,635,000. The King Daher models include the Kodiak 100, Kodiak 100 series II, and Series III. Quest Daher Kodiak 100 price range is $890,000. The Kodiak started production in 2007 and the aircraft is still in production today.

320 Daher Kodiak 100 have been built and 298 are still in operation. There’s also a lot of talk about the newer Kodiak 900 with increased speed and payload. New deliveries are set for later in 2023.

Risk Areas

Claim History

The Daher Kodiak 100 is a safe aircraft with a good claim history. Its safety features allow for a safe flight when away from civilization; Thus, it has a low accident history.

Safety Features

The Daher Kodiak 100 is certified for STOL (short takeoff and landing) operations, which makes it safe for takeoff and landing in unimproved airfields. It was primarily designed for operations away from civilization. Equipped with the Garmin G1000 NXi avionics that reduces workload and enhances situational awareness, this aircraft is created for safety.

The Garmin G1000 NXi suite features Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT). Using sophisticated graphics modeling, the STV recreates a 3-D “virtual reality” database landscape with similar terrain, obstacles, flight plan routes, weather, airports, and other details displayed on the upper portion of your PFD.

It also features the Garmin ESP™ (Electronic Stability and Protection1) that helps prevent loss of control should disorientation or incapacity occur during flight. Other features include under-speed protection (USP), flight level change (FLC), TCAS I and TCAS II active traffic systems, and georeferenced SafeTaxi diagrams.

Parts Service Centers

Daher Authorized Service Centers are located throughout the US and throughout the world. Daher’s corporate headquarters are based at the Pompano Beach Airport in Florida.

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