Dash 8 100/200/300

The de Havilland Canada Dash 8 is a medium range, twin engine turbo prop that was introduced in 1984. After 1986, the Dash 8 aircraft were known as the "Q Series" (or quiet series), due to the installation of active noise and vibration suppression. Currently over 800 Dash 8 aircraft are in service, with forecasts of a production of 1,192 of all variants through to 2016.

Type/Variant of Aircraft: Dash 8 Q-100, Q-200, Q-300

Flight Simulator Qualification Level: D (MCQFS 2nd Edition)

Manufacturer: Flight Safety International - Simulator Systems Division

CONFIGURATION:

Engines: PW120A / PW123D / PW123E

Flight Management System: DUAL UNS-1C Honeywell GC-800 Autopilot system

TCAS: Version 7, Windshear warning system, WX-Radar and EGPWS

Host Computer: Concurrent 3280

Visual System: Rockwell Collins EP1000-CT LCoS - FOV (H180-V20/20)

Motion/Control Loading System: Motion - Digital 36" Control Loading - Digital, Degrees of Freedom - Six

Certificate

Dash 8 Q100 Q200 Q300 Melbourne

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