Technology

May 1, 2015

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With more than four thousand aircraft built, Saab knows how to develop, integrate and maintain complete aircraft systems. Our offer includes design, engineering and manufacturing of aircraft systems, structures, subsystems and equipment plus a range of service and support solutions. All designed to promote the development of better, safer and more cost-effective aircraft and air operations.

Since the 1930's Saab has manufactured more than 500 commercial aircraft, among them the Saab 340 and Saab 2000 regional aircraft, in service all over the world. The company's experience and long practice in designing, developing and manufacturing aircraft have been transformed into first-class products and services for other OEMs. Also, aircraft manufacturing operations for the commercial market is now focusing on development of the Saab 340/2000 fleet and the provision of a wide range of aircraft engineering services.

Saab's background as aircraft manufacturer means that they know what the industry demands and what it takes to develop and build a complete airliner, using its extensive experience from integrating systems and equipment into different structures and know-how to make the most of the limited space in an aircraft, using only the best in components and materials.

Today, Saab manufactures two iconic models, the 340 and the 2000, regional transport aircrafts designed for comfort, reliability and low operating costs.

The Saab 2000 combines reliable performance with low operating costs. As the fastest commercial turboprop on the market, with a maximum speed of 665 km/hr, it delivers jet speed at turboprop economy levels.

The Saab 340B is a favourite among aircraft passengers, offering flexibility, comfort and reliability, while operators also value it for its cost-effective performance capabilities.

Highly dependable and with low operational costs, the aircraft has consistently generated profits for a wide range of regional air transport services. These attributes make the Saab 340B an attractive proposition for operators.


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