Also based at Texel Airport is the twin-engined Cessna 337 Skymaster PH-FLF. One of the unique characteristics of this Cessna 337 is the twin-tail design, allowing its two engines to be fitted in a centre-line thrust configuration; the back-engine is pushing and the front-engine is pulling. This configuration allows safe slow flying, ideal for aerial photography. In case of failure of one of the engines the aircraft can climb and return to the airfield. Flying Focus has experienced an increasing demand for jobs at a large distance. The range of the PH-FLF is 1000 Nm, so photoflights can be ordered all over Europe. Another great advantage of the new aircraft is its ability to be operated with winds up to Beaufort 10. The first storm flights were a great success and spectacular photos were the result.
Combined with the two single engined aircraft Flying Focus now has an aircraft for every job and every location. Nearby the coast the small ones will be used and for far away locations and flights in heavy weather the Skymaster is the ideal tool for safe operations.