The De Havilland Canada DHC-7, widely known as the Dash 7, is a turboprop, STOL performance regional aircraft line. DHC aspired to develop a 40 seater aircraft to compete with other aircrafts being utilised on busier regional airlines, targeting the market not only for outlying routes. The Dash 7 was quieter, however maintaining most aspects of the predecessing Twin Otter. It first flew in 1975, remaining in production until 1988, when De Havilland Canada was purchased by Boeing, and later Bombardier. In 1978 De Havilland had introduced the DHC-7 150 series, which was proposed with modifications made to the interior, as well as additional fuel capacity.
Priceless Aviation is pleased to offer a great range of ground power equipment for this aircraft, including tugs, ground power units, start power units, aviation tools, and more, which are perfectly suited to the requirements of the De Havilland DHC-7-150 aircrafts.
This includes the popular RBI9400T mechanic hand trolley case complete with 161 BAHCO tools, the 757 tug, and the RBSC225 continuous power unit, which is ideal for diagnostic work, pre flight checks or for continuous powering of equipment during operations, without draining the onboard aircraft batteries. We also offer a combination of start and continuous power in one unit for the De Havilland DHC-7-150 aircrafts in our TC3000 range.
View all recommended ground power equipment, tools and Tugs for the De Havilland DHC-7-150 aircrafts below.