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de Havilland Canada DHC-8 "Dash 8"
Bombardier Q100/200


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De Havilland Canada initiated the development of the Dash 8 in 1980 to meet the demand for a quiet short-range transport.  The DHC-8 was the company's first transport not optimized for short take-off and landing.

Bombardier Aerospace acquired de Havilland Canada in 1992 and had more recently re-designated this aircraft the Bombardier Q100 or Q200.

The Series 100, seating 36, first flew in 1983.  The Series 300 was certified in 1989 and seats between 50 and 56 passengers.

The Series 400 is another stretch, this time seating 70 passengers.

     
Specifications (DHC-8 Series 100)

Designations

 

 

 

Type: Commercial
Seats: 37 - 39
Engines: two 2,000 hp (1491 kW) Pratt & Whitney Canada PW120A turboprops
DHC-8: Company model number
CC-142: Canadian Forces transport version
CT-142: Canadian Forces navigation trainer version
E-9: U.S. Air Force data telemetry version
Q100: redesignation by Bombardier
Q200: upgraded Q100 with PW123 engines.
     

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