Almost three decades ago, Dornier Luftfarhrt GmbH, then part of Daimler-Benz Aerospace, began design work on a 30-seat regional turboprop, intended to offer a step-up change in passenger comfort, block speed, operating economics and avionics technology. While the resulting Do 328-100 was impressive, it was short lived when it was eclipsed by the Do 328-300 jet in November 1996. In the end, only 75 or so of the turboprops were produced and about a half-dozen of those still in ...

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