The Saab 340 is a Swedish two-engine turboprop aircraft designed and initially produced by a partnership between Saab and Fairchild Aircraft. The plane first flew in 1983. It was originally designated as the SF340, which was later changed to 340A. An improved version of the 340A, the 340B, was introduced in 1989. The SAAB 340 typically seats between 33 and 35 passengers.
Comfort & Size
This aircraft seats a maximum of 36 passengers confortably. The pressurized and air-conditioned cabin with stand-up headroom, ample in-cabin stowage and unsurpassed quietness ensures passenger appeal.
– Up to 36 seat configuration
– Spacious interior
– Cabin crew to enhance safety and comfort
– Larger passenger capacity with executive configuration seating