De Havilland Canada DHC-8-400

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De Havilland Canada/Bombardier DHC-8-400/Q400
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First Flight: January 31, 1998[1]
Assembled in: Canada
Number built: 580 (September 2018)[2]
Category: Short Range Narrow-body
Manufactured by: de Havilland Canada/Bombardier

The De Havilland Canada DHC-8-400 (also known as Dash 8-400, de Havilland Canada DHC-8-400 and Q400) is a narrow-body short-haul turboprop airliner developed by de Havilland Canada in the late 1900's, then transferred to Bombardier, part of the Bombardier DHC-8 family. In June 2019, production of the DHC-8-400 was transferred to the new De Havilland Canada.

This aircraft is the only DHC-8 airframe currently in development.

Specifications

  • Length: 32.80m
  • Wingspan: 28.40m
  • Height: 8.40m
  • Range with max payload: 2,040km[3]

Variants

  • DHC-8-400 - Pratt & Whitney PW150A - 68 Passengers
    • Q400 - 70-78 Passengers
    • Q400CC - Combi variant - 50 passengers
      • Q400NextGen - Updated interior and fuel efficiency
  • DHC-8-401 - Pratt & Whitney PW150A - 70 Passengers
  • DHC-8-402 - Pratt & Whitney PW150A - 78 Passengers
  • DHC-8 MPA-D8 - Maritime Patrol
  • DHC-8-402PF - Cargo variant

Operators

Americas

North America


Asia

Russia


Europe

Northern Europe

References