The Dornier 328 is a turboprop-powered commuter airliner.
Initially produced by Dornier Luftfahrt GmbH, the firm was acquired in 1996 by Fairchild Aircraft.
The resulting firm, named Fairchild-Dornier, manufactured the 328 family in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany, conducted sales from San Antonio, Texas, United States, and supported the product line from both locations.
A jet-powered version of the aircraft, the Fairchild Dornier 328 JET, was also produced.
Standard 328 with greater range and weights
328 with improved STOL performance
328 with progressive rudder authority reduction at higher airspeeds
Designation assigned to 20 Dornier 328s operated by the United States Air Force’s Air Force Special Operations Command.
Turbofan-powered variant, formerly known as the 328-300.
A 44-seat derivative that was under development at the time of the collapse of Fairchild-Dornier.
Lockheed Martin X-55 Advanced Composite Cargo Aircraft (ACCA)
A Dornier 328J with its mid/aft fuselage and empennage replaced with advanced composite materials.
30 to 33 passengers, Max payload 3,266 kg (7,200 lb)