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Bombardier Dash 8 Q300

The original Dash-8 100, 200, and 300 (Dash-8) aircraft, delivered from 1984 through to the mid 1990's, established themselves as rugged and reliable turboprop aircraft. Capable of outstanding take-off and landing performance, even on unprepared airstrips, it is an ideal aircraft for airlines operating in developing regions of the world.

Subsequent deliveries of the Q100/200/300 (Q-Series) aircraft provided operators further refinements which included the Active Noise and Vibration Suppression (ANVS) system for jet like comfort.

With over 660 aircraft delivered, used Q-Series/Dash-8 aircraft continue to provide exceptional operating costs coupled with the benefits of commonality within the Q-Series family.

Series 300
 DHC-8-300 Series
    Stretched 3.43 metres (11.3 ft) over the Series 100/200, a 50–56 passenger version that entered service in 1989. The Q300 is powered by the Pratt & Whitney PW123 or PW123B or PW123E, rated at 2,380–2,500 shp or 1,774–1,864 kW.
    1989 variant powered by two PW123 engines
    1990 variant powered by two PW123A engines with revised Heath Tecna interior. In addition, the landing gear design changed to a slightly swept back design intended to prevent tail strikes.[citation needed]
    1992 variant powered by two PW123B engines
    1995 variant powered by two PW123E engines
    Version of the DHC-8-300 with increased payload.
    Version of the DHC-8-300 with the ANVS system.
DHC-8-300 MSA
    Upgraded variant with L-3 for maritime surveillance platform.
    United States military designation for the DHC-8-315 for the United States Army as a reconnaissance platform.
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