My favourite is the DeHavilland Dash 8-Q300, although its range sucks. But I flew it mostly through CAT II, so I think that will be the only turboprop I will fly.
Pretty much ditto for me. I would probably say that the DeHavilland Dash 8-300 is the smallest aircraft I've flown for WestWind. I normally use the schedules so it's pretty uncommon for Turboprops to be used for routes (compared to the larger jets that is - I think Wide Bodies and Narrow Bodies are used frequently in the CYYZ and CYTZ schedules).
There is something about the smaller aircraft that feels special and I should really get round to trying out the smaller PAX aircraft.
Graeme Paterson - WWA1965
Command Captain - Toronto Hub
No Real-World Experience (But content on learning more about it!)
Flight Simulator X/Flight Simulator 2004
Radar Contact v4.3
Current Aircraft: Dreamwings Bombardier Dash 8-Q200