ENFIELD, NOVA SCOTIACanadian regional operator Jazz Air ended DHC-8-300 operations as of January 9, 2022.

The airline, which operated 28 DHC-8-300s between 2008 and 2017, had only six of the type in service on their last day of operations. All planes are owned by Jazz Air's parent company Chorus Aviation.

Jazz Air was the last major operator of the DHC-8-300. No other carrier in the world operates more than five.

Jazz Air's current turboprop fleet consists of 39 DHC-8-Q400s. The airline retired all of its DHC-8-100s (of which it once operated 64) in April 2020, earlier than previously planned due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Canadian regional specialist also operates 15 CRJ200s, 35 CRJ900s, and 25 E175s serving as Air Canada's regional capacity provider.