Bombardier Q400


The Bombardier Q series was developed in the early 1980s by the aircraft manufacturer de Havilland Canada, which Bombardier later bought. The twin-engine, so-called “turboprop” aircraft were characterized by particularly powerful engines. Since 1996, the aircraft have been equipped with active noise and vibration insulation and are also regarded as very safe aircraft: if one of the engines fails, the aircraft can be flown on with the second engine and landed safely.

The Q400 is the fourth generation of the aircraft, which instead of carrying around 40 passengers like the first models, can now carry 76 passengers.

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