The incentive marks the latest step in Daher's ‘alignment of the support coverage and customer experience’ for both members of its turboprop-powered general aviation aircraft family: the Kodiak and TBM.
“The Kodiak Care Maintenance coverage offers some of the industry's best maintenance warranties, underscoring our commitment to worry-free ownership and creating loyalty across our aircraft product lines,” explains Nicolas Chabbert, the senior VP of Daher's Aircraft Division, and the CEO of Kodiak Aircraft. “There is no better time to purchase the Kodiak 100, which combines state-of-the-art engineering, an all-glass avionics suite and unmatched short takeoff and landing performance.”
Additionally, in partnership with the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the financing of a Kodiak 100 is available for a limited time at less than $6,000 per month during the first year of ownership. This makes the acquisition of a Model Year 2020 Kodiak 100 for a down payment of only 20 per cent and flying for a full year with zero per cent interest.
New Kodiak 100 owners can benefit as well from the US government's special economic recovery incentives to businesses, in which a taxpayer can receive income tax refunds from as far back as 2015 and 100 per cent bonus depreciation with the acquisition of a business aircraft.