The DO-328-120 configured as a corporate shuttle aircraft will typically have no more than nineteen passenger seats at a 41 in. pitch, although the high-density seating could be up to 32 seats at a 31 in. pitch. Service galleys are fitted in the rear of the cabin, with a convenient service door in the fuselage useful for quick restocking of stores. Aft of the galley is a 222-cubic-foot pressurized cargo bay, capable of holding 1,650 lbs. The cargo bay is fitted with an external door and may also be accessed in flight through an interior door. The DO-328-120 is powered by a pair of Pratt and Whitney of Canada PW119C turboprop engines each rated at 2,180 shp at ISA + 22 degrees driving a six-blade, dual-acting, graphite composite Hartzell propeller. Inspection interval on the engines is 7,000 hours. The previous version of the aircraft, the -110, utilized the PW119B engine variant rated at 2,180 shp to ISA + 5 degrees.
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The Fairchild Dornier DO-328-120 has a range of 1,977 nautical miles. Type in your city or airport identifier for a visual representation of the NBAA IFR Range (NM) for this aircraft.