The Bombardier Q400
The Q400 is an updated version of the deHavilland Canada Dash 8 twin turboprop commuter aircraft. The aircraft was introduced in 1984 at the time when the company was called deHavilland Canada (DHC). In 1986 the company was bought by Boeing and then in 1992 sold on to Bombardier.
In 1997 the QSeries was introduced, with Q being for Quiet as the aircraft introduced an active noise control system.
The active noise and vibration system substantially reduces the noise in the cabin of the aircraft. Powered by the PW150A engine rated at 4,850shp allows the cruising speed of 360knots and on sectors of less than 90 minutes then there is very little sector time difference between the Q400 and a jet commuter aircraft like the Embraer 145 series. The maximum passenger capacity of the Q400 is 78 passengers in high density layout. The 400 series also introduced an updated glass cockpit.
In 2019 the company was again sold, this time to Longview through its subsidiary Viking Air and again renaming the company deHavilland Canada (DHC). What goes around, comes around!
The training posters are high resolution and high quality.


The cockpit diagrams are drawn using visits to aircraft and simulators as well as from Bombardier documentation.
The images are vector graphics which means that they can be scaled up to real life size without loss of resolution. The prints can be produced to full life size whilst maintaing full resolution. The digital downloads are in Adobe pdf format and are also vector format. The downloads can also be printed up to full life size.
Prints are printed on high resolution tear resistant vinyl so that they can be adhered to substrates. Alternatively they can be printed on medium weight paper, folded down to A3 size for transport. Other types of printing media is also available on request - please contact us for details.
Please Note: The Digital download comes FREE with any printed poster order.


Paper Color White
Size A0 (1189 x 914mm) or Full Life Size
Weight Vinyl - 150mic, or 150gsm folded to A3
Manifacturer Cockpit Revolution