Swedish reliability at its best. With 33 seats and a broad scale of tailormade services this aircraft a favorite for many brokers and passengers.
Châlons Vatry, France
The Saab 340 is a regional turbo-prop aircraft built from 1983 until 1999 with a total of 459 units in partnership between Swedish Company Saab AB and US Company Fairchild Aircraft. It is reliable with low operating expenses.
This aircraft is currently in service with close to 50 operators around the world.
The Saab 340 is a favorite among airline passengers due to its exibility, comfort and reliable performance. With about half the operating costs of a regional jet, the Saab 340 can offer service in a variety of markets, large or small.
The Saab 340 offers capacity for 33 passengers at a comfortable seat pitch of 76 cm.
2 Cockpit + 1 cabin crew
2 Turboprop Engines
2 x General Electric CT7-5A2 turboprops
Engine Power (each)
1,305 kW / 1,735 shp
502 km/h / 271kts
7.620 m / 25.000 ft
850 km / 460nm
8,140 kg / 17,945 lbs
Max. Takeoff Weight
12,925 kg / 28,435 lbs