The de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver is a single-engined, high-wing, propeller-driven, STOL aircraft developed by de Havilland Canada, primarily known as a bush plane. It is used for cargo and passenger hauling, aerial application (crop dusting and aerial topdressing), and has been widely adopted by armed forces as a utility aircraft. The United States Army purchased several hundred; nine DHC-2s are still in service with the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol) for search and rescue. A Royal New Zealand Air Force Beaver supported Sir Edmund Hillary's expedition to the South Pole. Over 1,600 Beavers were produced until 1967 when the original line shut down.
The Dynam DHC 2 Beaver has plenty of scale detail and is manufactured from duarable EPO foam. The kit includes a set of conventional landing gear but also includes a set of floats to allow you yo operate from water. The float set includes a dual steerable rudders to make handeling on the water a breeze. The motor is a powerful BM3720A-KV650 Brushless Outrunner and provides ample performance to get you airborne in the shortest distance off land or water.