De Havilland Canada

De Havilland Canada is a Canadian commercial aircraft manufacturer based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It's the current rights holder and manufacturer of the famous De Havilland Dash-8 program after it's parent company Viking Air procured the program from Bombardier. De Havilland Canada also holds the rights to the aircraft designed by it's predecessor de Havilland Canada before it was bought/sold by Boeing, and most recently Bombardier. 


The following models are currently not found on





DHC-7 - Is a four-engine turbo-prop regional aircraft and predesscor to the Dash-8/DHC-8.

DHC-8-400 - Part of the 400 series, it is the initial design variant and was superseded by the larger and quieter DHC-8-Q400