Bombardier Q400

The Bombardier Q400 is a turboprop aircraft from thede Havilland CanadaDash 8 family. Our Bombardier Q400 is a dual turboprop aeroplane with particularly low CO₂ footprint.


Side view of the Bombardier Q400 in Austrian design

Characteristics

The Bombardier Q400 is setting new standards in terms of environment friendliness, efficiency and comfort. Enjoy travelling across Europe: the Austrian Bombardier Q400 flies you to Prague, Budapest or Bologna. Destinations may change by season.

Your benefits as a passenger

Thanks to the innovative cabin design, passengers can look forward to a comfortable flight. The later versions of this aircraft impress with quieter engines and an increased cruise speed.

Description

Aircraft type Short and medium-haul passenger aircraft
Number in the fleet 18
Seats 76
Maximum seat pitch 30" (76.2 cm)
Wingspan 28.42 m
Length 32.83 m
Height 8.34 m
Maximum speed 665 km/h
Maximum cruise altitude 7,600 m
Maximum range when loaded 1,500 bis 1,630 km

Technical information

Manufacturer Bombardier Regional Aircraft Div.
Names - Austrian Airlines painting Kärnten (OE-LGA), Tirol (OE-LGB), Land Salzburg (OE-LGC), Steiermark (OE-LGD), Oberösterreich (OE-LGE), Niederösterreich (OE-LGF), Budapest (OE-LGG), Vorarlberg (OE-LGH), Eisenstadt (OE-LGI), St. Pölten (OE-LGJ), Burgenland (OE-LGK), Altenrhein (OE-LGL), Villach (OE-LGM), Gmunden (OE-LGN), Innsbruck (OE-LGO), Spirit of Alpbach (OE-LGP), Wilder Kaiser (OE-LGQ), Spirit of Tyrolean (OE-LGR)
Engine Pratt & Whitney 2 PW 150A
Maximum thrust Shaft horsepower 2 x 5,000
Total fuel 5,318 kg
Maximum weight 10,900 kg
Maximum take-off weight 28,998 kg
Maximum landing weight 29,009 kg