DeHavilland Dhc-7-100

The De Havilland Canada DHC-7, commonly referred to as the Dash 7, represents a line of turboprop regional aircraft distinguished by Short Takeoff and Landing (STOL) performance. De Havilland’s aim was to create a 40-seater aircraft to compete with other models employed by busier regional airlines, targeting not only remote routes but the broader regional market. The Dash 7, while quieter, retained most features of its predecessor, the Twin Otter. Its inaugural flight took place in 1975, and production continued until 1988 when De Havilland Canada was acquired by Boeing and subsequently Bombardier. The DHC-7-100, the initial production model, quickly gained popularity among regional airlines.

Red Box is delighted to offer an extensive range of ground power equipment tailored for the De Havilland DHC-7-100 Dash 7 aircraft, encompassing tugs, ground power units, start power units and more. These offerings are precisely designed to meet the specific requirements of the DHC-7-100 Dash 7.

Included in this range is the 757 tug, and the RBSC225 continuous power unit. The RBSC225 unit is well-suited for diagnostic tasks, pre-flight checks, or the sustained powering of equipment during operations, all without depleting the onboard aircraft batteries. Additionally, we provide a combination of start and continuous power in a single unit for the De Havilland DHC-7-100 Dash 7 aircraft within our TC3000 range.

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