Wide swath width. Fast ferry times. Big payloads. It’s not hard to see why the AT-602 is a hard-working favorite of ag operators. Its 630-gallon hopper and 12,500 lb. FAA certificated gross weight make the AT-602 a logical next step when you need to turn your operation’s productivity up another profitable notch.
Work your AT-602 a thousand acres in the morning. You could save three loads over a smaller plane and still have plenty of daylight for more jobs.
With its Pratt & Whitney PT6A-60AG turbine powerplant, its 56-foot extended wingspan, and its wide-stance spring steel landing gear, dependable high-volume production is what the AT-602 is all about. But in the pilot’s seat, you’ll find the AT-602 is surprisingly light on the controls, with a spacious and functional layout and a host of pilot comforts. For 5-gallon work on center-pivot circles, the AT-602 is a
dream; you’ll knock them out in a single load.