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In a landmark move for India’s manufacturing sector, Bangalore-based Dynamatic Technologies Ltd. (DTL) has joined forces with Deutsche Aircraft to manufacture the rear fuselage for the D328eco, a 40-seater next-generation regional turboprop aircraft. This collaboration marks the first project between the two companies and signifies a significant step forward for “Make in India” initiatives.

The D328eco is a modernized version of the Dornier 328, known for its efficiency and performance. Deliveries of the initial DTL-built fuselage are expected by the end of 2025.

The D328eco is poised to revolutionize regional connectivity with its commitment to sustainability. This aircraft boasts the lowest fuel consumption and CO? emissions in its class, making it a champion for eco-friendly travel.

Furthermore, the D328eco is designed to operate entirely on Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) power-to-liquid (PtL) fuel, offering a potential reduction in CO? emissions of up to 95%. This collaboration between Dynamatic Technologies and Deutsche Aircraft positions India at the forefront of sustainable aviation advancements.