Use for questions regarding specifics of any aircraft in the de Havilland Canada / Bombardier Dash 8 series (also known as the DHC-8).
The Dash 8 is a series of regional airliners originally built by de Havilland Canada. They are powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW100 turboprop engines. From 1992 to 2019, the aircraft were built by bombardier, and since then the newly formed company de Havilland Aircraft Co. of Canada continues the production.
Four variants have been built:
- The Series 100 with a capacity of 37 to 40 seats.
- The Series 200 with the same length and capacity, but more powerful engines.
- The Series 300 with a stretched cabin resulting in a capacity of 50 to 56 seats.
- The Series 400 with an even further stretched cabin and a capacity of 68 to 90 seats.
Since 1996 an active noise and vibration cancelling system has been installed and the aircraft are known as Q-Series (Q200, Q300 and Q400) since then. A total of 1258 aircraft have been delivered as of March 2019.
For more information, see Wikipedia's article: De Havilland Canada Dash 8.