Title:  De Havilland Canada CC-142 Dash 8

The De Havilland Canada DHC-8 (known as the Dash 8) was developed from the earlier four-engined DHC-7 STOL transport but optimised as a low-cost regional airliner without the STOL capability, and first flew in 1983. The aircraft remained in production for over 35 years with over 1,200 having been built.

A small number has seen service with the US and Canadian armed forces in specialised roles. The CT-142 is a navigation training aircraft and the CC-142 was a transport aircraft to support Canadian Forces in Europe.

This title includes the Canadian military flight manual for the CT/CC-142, and a manufacturer’s colour brochure. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.


This title contains:

  • Aircraft Operating Data manual (flight manual) for the CT/CC-142, document C-12-142-000/MB-000 dated 1990-4-5 revised to 1991-10-30 with approx. 1680 pages (in both the English and French languages).
  • Manufacturer’s colour brochure titled “Dash-8M – The multi-mission aircraft”, dated April 1988 with 6 pages.