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Bombardier Dash-8 Q200 (QantasLink)

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Our First Replica Q200 EVER!

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About The Dash-8 Series

The De Havilland Canada DHC-8,[2] commonly known as the Dash 8, is a series of turboprop-powered regional airliners, introduced by de Havilland Canada (DHC) in 1984. DHC was bought by Boeing in 1986, then by Bombardier in 1992, then by Longview Aviation Capital in 2019; Longview revived the De Havilland Canada brand. Powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW150s, it was developed from the Dash 7 with improved cruise performance and lower operational costs, but without STOL performance. The Dash 8 was offered in three sizes: the initial Series 100 (1984-2005) and the more powerful Series 200 (1995-2009) with 37-40 seats, the Series 300 (1989-2009) with 50-56 seats, and Series 400 (1999-Present) with 68-90 seats. The QSeries (Q for quiet) are post-1997 variants fitted with active noise control systems.

Per a property transaction made by Bombardier before the 2019 sale to DHC, DHC had to vacate its Downsview, Toronto, manufacturing facility in August 2022, and as of August 2023 is planning to restart Dash 8 production in Wheatland County, Alberta, by no later than 2033.

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About QantasLink

QantasLink is a full-service, regional brand of Australian flag carrier Qantas and is an affiliate member of the Oneworld airline alliance. As of 2024, QantasLink provides over 2,000 flights each week to 61 metropolitan and regional destinations across Australia, as well as short-haul international services to New Zealand, Singapore, the Solomon Islands and East Timor.


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General Characteristics

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  • Created On Mac
  • Wingspan 79.7ft (24.3m)
  • Length 71.4ft (21.8m)
  • Height 24.7ft (7.5m)
  • Empty Weight N/A
  • Loaded Weight 22,511lbs (10,211kg)


  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.199
  • Wing Loading 25.5lbs/ft2 (124.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 881.3ft2 (81.9m2)
  • Drag Points 11768


  • Number of Parts 155
  • Control Surfaces 8
  • Performance Cost 859