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The Q100 was originally developed in 1984 by de Havilland Canada as the Dash 8. The name was later changed to Q100 when de Havilland was bought by Bombardier Aerospace. It is a 37-39 passenger plane developed to address the need for a short-haul service airliner. There are over 250 of these aircraft in service worldwide.