De Havilland Sees Life In Old Turboprops

The ‘Extended Service Program Plus’ will increase the service life of its Dash 8-100 aircraft by a quarter to 160,000 flight cycles.
Credit: De Havilland
De Havilland Aircraft of Canada has revealed a new program to extend the service life of the original variant of the Dash 8 line, the 39-seat -100 model. Scandinavian regional carrier Wideroe is the launch customer for ‘Extended Service Program Plus,’ which will increase the service life of its Dash...

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