Dash 8, de Havilland Canada Dash 8, DHC-8

Dash 8, Havilland Canada Dash 8, DHC-8

Dash 8 aircrafts are twin-engine turboprop aircraft initially known as Dash 8s. The Dash 8 100 was the original model. The Dash 8 100 made its first flight in June 1983; first deliveries followed in October 1984. Dash-8 100, 200, and 300 (Dash-8) aircraft, delivered from 1984 through to the mid 1990's. Dash-8 aircrafts were strong and reliable turboprop aircraft. Dash-8 aircraft has capable of take-off and landing performance, even on unprepared runways. owing to these outstanding features Dash-8 aircrafts are ideal and suitable aircrafts for regional airlines.The Bombardier Dash 8, previously known as the de Havilland Canada Dash 8 or DHC-8.


Dash 8 100

The Dash 100 carried 37-39 passengers and was equipped with turboprop engines.

Production of the Series 100 ceased in 2005.

Propeller planes are smaller in size and have a smaller passenger capacity.







Dash 8 200

The Dash 200 carried 37-39 passengers and was equipped with turboprop engines more powerful than Dash 8 100.

Production of the Series 200 ceased in 2009.


Dash 8 300

The Dash 300 carried 50-56 passengers and was equipped with turboprop engines.

Production of the Series 300 ceased in 2009.

In 1997, Bombardier started to use Active Noise and Vibration Suppression (ANVS) system. Bombardier used this new system on its Dash 8 turboprops. Owing to this revolutionary (ANVS) maked Bombardier's turboprop cabins quiet more than ever. Because of this developing, Bombardier renames its Dash 8 line aircrafts the Q Series (Q for ‘quiet’) in 1998.


Dash 8-Q 400

dash 8 q 400 is an important airplane for regional operations, if you want more information about new series dash-8 q400.

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