There are certain locations around the world that are only accessible by aircraft, including several regions within Alaska and Canada. For several reasons including turbulence and lack of landing space – utility craft have found a sustainable demand for transport within these areas. Even remoter still are those regions of Alaska and Canada that can only be accessed by water. This is another angle where utility craft excel as they can often be converted to include floats instead of wheels. These floats allow them to fly to a destination and then land on water where their engines will propel them to their destination.