The 660 Model Turbo Thrush

The new wing with its 54-foot wing span and increased area (400 sq. ft.) ensures unmatched stability and control during ag maneuvers. When it comes to negotiating rough strips, small fields or obstacles, you will never be more comfortable than in a Thrush.

Not only is the Turbo Thrush the world's most rugged ag aircraft, it also has one of the best swath and spray patterns in ag aviation today. The combination of a solid airframe with the economical Pratt & Whitney engines creates an aircraft that outperforms the competition.

Check out these features:

Stainless Steel Booms with CP Flat Fan Nozzles and Internal Bleed Lines

Dropped 9 inches for Best Deposition

Two internal bleed back in side the boom per side

Satloc M3, Moving Map and Aerial Ace Flow Control

Constant and Variable rate

Hydraulic valve

The 510 Model Turbo Thrush

The 510 Model Turbo Thrush has set the standard in the ag aviation industry for tough dependability. With rugged construction, simplified systems and low maintenance, the Turbo Thrush is an aircraft any operator could depend upon until well into the 21st century.

Check out these features:

T-45 dual cockpit

Stainless Steel Booms with CP Flat Fan Nozzles and Internal Bleed Lines

Dropped for Best Deposition

Satloc M3, Moving Map With Aerial Ace Flow Control

Constant and Variable Rate

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