The Q400 is a twin-engined turboprop aircraft manufactured by the Canadian company Bombardier. The "Q" in the name stands for "quiet", because the noise and vibration suppression system (NVS) neutralises a large proportion interior and exterior noise, making the aircraft one of the quietest in its class. This aircraft type is also environmentally friendly because of its fuel economy and much lower CO2 emissions than comparable jets.


Length:32.83 m
Height:8.43 m
Wing span:28.42 m
Maximum take-off weight:29,257 kg
Maximum landing weight:28,009 kg
Weight empty17,100 kg
Tank capacity (kerosene):6647.5 l
Fuel consumption per flying hour:  870 kg/h
Maximum range:2,522 km
Maximum cruising height:7,620 m
Engines:PWC 150 A
Maximum standing thrust:2 x 5,071 SHP
Take-off speed (full):213 km/h
Landing speed:210 km/h
Cruising speed:666 km/h