Dash8 Q100 Airframe
Dash8 Q100 airframes for sale. We currently have a pair of these located in Europe and ready to ship or transport.
The Dash8 Airframes are 25m long each and ~2.5m diameter, they have been stripped and are ready for conversion into glamping pods, restaurants or training modules for air crews. At present the wings, tail and landing gear are still in tact but the sale price does not include the landing gear so a frame will be needed to accommodate them on ‘landing’.
If you are interested in purchasing one or both of these airframes we’ll need to know your location and understand a bit about your proposed use for them so we can help. For example the wings and tail will need to be removed for transport, we can do this in such a way as they can be re-attached professionally or we can simply cut them off which will be much cheaper.
Some of the ancillary parts are still available for these airframes including – some windows, entrance stairs, emergency exit panels, interior panels and over-head luggage compartments. Again an understanding of your project will help us make suggestions as to which parts we can still get hold of.
Priced individually and with transport included to a mainland European location (subject to clarification of the above and location etc).
– 25m length, wingspan of ~30m and the fuselage is ~2.5m diameter leaving a good standing height after conversion. With the tails attached the overall height is around 7m hence why it needs to be removed for transport / shipping.
– 10 ton each
GB Salvage offer a wide range of plane parts both to be converted and already converted and ready for use. You’ll find a diverse range of parts we’ve sourced from retired planes all across the UK and Europe. We find and buy aeroplane parts with the full intention of turning them into amazing pieces of furniture and lighting. Having only limited space and time we have to part with some great pieces. So here you’ll find components and muddy puddle finds right up to stunning finished furniture.
There’s almost no limit to the imagination when it comes to making use of parts of old planes. These days it’s all about unique and daring ideas and oversized industrial furniture. A few years ago a piece of aircraft fuselage wall art was really only for a board room or reception area, now it’s all the fashion at home. Even Taylor Swift was chopping up a plane in her latest music video.