The DLM R300 Dash (ICAO: DH8C / WAKE: MEDIUM) is a twin-turboprop, short-haul regional airliner designed and created by DLM Aerospace. The aircraft is loosely based on the real-life Dash 8 (Series 300) created by de Havilland Canada (DHC) and later produced by Bombardier Aerospace until 2008.


The R300 Dash was an original design by aircraft builder, Darsh Lucero. The aircraft is a single, non-attachment vehicle, constructed with sculped prims. While not sold with modify permissions, owners could contact the manufacturer to have their R300 customized with a unique paint job or airline insignia. The R300 carries up to twelve passengers plus two crew members for a total of fourteen passengers.


  • Non Attachment vehicle.
  • Flaps simulation.
  • Temp-on-rez flight mode
  • Functioning doors, landing gear, and lighting.