Air Tractor AT-504, registration N551TD, is seen taxing on Runway 31 at Malta International Airport following a 9 Hour flight from Shannon Airport, Ireland.
The Air Tractor AT-504 is both a spraying aircraft and an excellent platform for aerial training. With two seats next to each other in the cabin it allows training new pilots in turboprop. Both instructor and student have full flight controls and almost the same cockpit view and perspective.
This aircraft is powered by a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6-34AG Engine capable of delivering 750 shp (shaft horse power).
Following a night stop in Malta, this aircraft is expected to continue its journey to the East.