Dash 7Q

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I was just wondering if anyone has been on one or even seen one, cuz they brought it up in this months mag, somehting like 10 years have gone since a reported siting of the Dash 7Q?

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I think they mean no reported sightings of HK-3111W in the last ten years as it says 2the aircraft HK-3111W was last known to be operating for a company called Intercorr in 1984"
Today a few airlines still operate the Dash 7. A few in South America, the Middle East. Most notably Greenlandair and Voyager Air in Canada.

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The Dash 7 is a nice little aircraft, quite a difference between that and the Dash 8 series, but I'm certainly a fan of it. Shame it's not in wider use elsewhere!

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sorry.. please disregard this pointless post

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i would have liked to have seen a Brymon DHC-7 in the Landor BA c/s

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Someone posted a pic of the amazing runway at Courchevel recently. This is a Dash 7 on approach.

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beautiful pics....real kewl.

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thanx it makes more sense, and that is a nice approach shot!

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yea Mongu - wud have been nice to see one about! With the STOL ability at places like LCY and the highlands and mountatins she gave us some stunning pics!

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Memo to manufacturers: STOL aircraft never achieve sales success!