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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 s originally built by de Havilland Canada. They are powered by two Pratt & Whitney PW100 engines. From 1992 to 2019, the aircraft were built by , 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 and 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.

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