The Saab 340 is a Swedish twin-engine turboprop aircraft designed and initially produced by Saab AB and Fairchild Aircraft. It is designed to seat 30-36 passengers.
The Saab 340B regional airliner, which first flew in 1989, was developed as a hot-and-high-performance version of the successful Saab 340A twin turboprop transport aircraft with improved operating weight and increased maximum range with maximum payload. Since the aircraft entered service in 1984 with the launch customer Crossair, the Saab 340 has completed over ten million flights. Faced with diminished value and demand for the 340, Saab chose to shutter production in 1999.


Saab 340B Water and Waste
Saab 340B Warning and Cautions
Saab 340B Powerplant
Saab 340B Pneumatics
Saab 340B Navigation
Saab 340B Lighting System
Saab 340B Landing Gear
Saab 340B Instruments and Recorders
Saab 340B Ice and Rain Protection
Saab 340B Hydraulics
Saab 340B Fuel
Saab 340B Flight Controls
Saab 340B Fire Protection
Saab 340B Electrical
Saab 340B Communications
Saab 340B Autoflight
Saab 340B Aircraft General
Saab 340B Air Cond and Press

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    Saab 340B Visual Approach
    Saab 340B Power Loss After Takeoff
    Saab 340B Normal Takeoff
    Saab 340B Low Circuit
    Saab 340B Instrument Approach
    Saab 340B Go Around

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