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Dornier Do 328 - Germany, 1993

Detailing the development and operational history of the Dornier Do 328 Passenger Airliner.

 Entry last updated on 6/13/2017; Authored by Staff Writer; Content ¬©

The Dornier 328 prop-powered high-wing aircraft continued the line established by the original Do 27.

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Dornier Do 328-110 Specifications

Service Year: 1993
Type: Passenger Airliner
National Origin: Germany
Manufacturer(s): Dornier; Fairchild-Dornier - Germany
Total Production: 217

Structural (Crew, Dimensions, Weights)

Operating Crew (Typical): 2
Overall Length: 69.26 feet (21.11 meters)
Overall Width: 68.83 feet (20.98 meters)
Overall Height: 23.79 feet (7.25 meters)

Weight (Empty): 19,665 lb (8,920 kg)
Weight (MTOW): 30,115 lb (13,660 kg)

Power / Performance (Engine Type, Top Speed)

Engine: 2 x Turboprop engines.

Maximum Speed: 343 knots (395 mph; 635 kph)
Maximum Range: 540 nautical miles (621 miles; 1,000 km)
Service Ceiling: 31,020 feet (9,455 meters; 5.88 miles)

Armament / Mission Payload


Global Operators (Customers, Users)

American Samoa; Austria; Australia; Botswana; Canada; Colombia; Chile; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Denmark; Germany; Indonesia; Kazakhstan; Malta; Nigeria; Switzerland; United Kingdom; United States

Model Variants

Do 328 - Base Series Designation
Do 328-100
Do 328-110
Do 328-120
Do 328-130
Do 328JET
C-146A "Wolfhound" - US AFSOC variant.