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De Havilland Canada Dash 7 (OY-CBT) - Low-quality scan, early -eighties.
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De Havilland Canada Dash 7 (OY-CBT)

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Low-quality scan, early -eighties.

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ken kemper
Great Ramp Capture Zimbo
zimbo1956Photo Uploader
Thank You, it was taken around midday, just after a heavy rain shower.
Dan Chiasson
Ahhh, the old Dash 7. Amazing STOL capabilities. Great engineering and still in limited use via lease work to the UN and other non-profits. I remember flying one from YUL to Toronto Island (YTZ) on City Express and felt as we were perhaps at 50 feet that I could get out and run faster!
Michael Mathers
Pratt and Whitney Canada loves this airplane, because of it's high powerplant-to-airframe ratio :)
A beautiful sight to see; A FULL POWER STOL take off without passengers on board.
Seems like it takes off in 50 feet.
CHRIS ROBEY
4 King Air engines believe it or not. At least the PT6A-50. Each putting out similar shaft horsepower to the engines in the later heavy weight Beech King Air 350.
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