|Vehicle type||Civilian fixed-wing aircraft|
|Capacity||2 (pilot and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||Grand Theft Auto V|
- "'Antique' and 'open cockpit' aren't normally the first words on your wishlist when you're shopping for a private jet, but this might change your mind. Produced during the 1930s and 1940s when America still made things, this famous biplane was used primarily for crop dusting chemicals into the food chain. As you swoop through the sky, middle-aged combover fluttering in the wind, you'll almost be able to taste the pesticide blowing back in your face."
- ―Elitas Travel webpage
The Duster, as its namesake suggests, is a plane intended to spray pesticides over a large area in a small amount of time. The Duster is able to spray pesticides out of its belly by holding either X on the PS3 or A on the Xbox 360. Like the GTA San Andreas rendition, the pesticide sprayed out of the airplane serves no real purpose.
The Duster is the slowest fixed-wing aircraft in the game, but it makes up for this by possessing good handling abilities. It needs a long runway to take off, takes about 7 seconds.
Unlike the previous rendition, the Duster resembles a Stearman PT-17 modified for crop dusting, with the vertical stabilizer and cowl of a Stearman 4.
- Can be seen flying around Grapeseed and sometimes lands in the McKenzie Field Hangar.
- One can be found parked on a cul-de-sac in the Grand Senora Desert, near the shore of the Alamo Sea. Usually spawns in red. Be careful, as the cul-de-sac is used by land vehicles.
- Can occasionally be found landing into the Sandy Shores Airfield.
- Can be spawned with the following cheat code button combinations:
- When Michael, Trevor or Franklin fly the Duster, they will wear antique flying goggles and a leather hat.
- In the first trailer, the Duster can be seen spraying pesticide, similar to the Cropduster in GTA: San Andreas. This can be done by holding A on the Xbox 360 or X on the PS3.
- If the player purchases the Duster, it'll have a red and white paint job.
- Sometimes, when playing Minor Turbulence, Trevor may answer the Merryweather that his Duster was manufactured in 1989, yet the Elitas Travel page describes it as a plane produced in the 1930s and 40s.
- There is a wreckage of a Duster in the ocean a few miles south of Paleto Bay. It is unknown what caused the crash but there is a submarine part near it for the Death at Sea side mission.
- Its the only plane that lands on the McKenzie Field Runway.