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Saab 2000

Aircraft Information Saab 2000

Saab 2000 is a regional turboprop aircraft developed and produced by the Swedish company Saab AB. It was introduced into service in 1994 and is designed for passenger transportation on medium distances up to 1,500 km.

The aircraft has two Rolls-Royce AE 2100A turboprop engines with a power of 4,152 hp each. The maximum speed is 665 km/h, and the maximum range is 3,700 km.

Saab 2000 can carry up to 50 passengers depending on the cabin configuration. It can also be used for cargo transportation.

The aircraft has modern avionics, including a flight management system, navigation system, and engine control system. It is also equipped with an automatic landing approach system.

Saab 2000 has been operated by various airlines worldwide, including Flybe, Darwin Airline, Eastern Airways, and others. Currently, the production of this aircraft has been discontinued.

Technical information about the Saab 2000

- Length: 27.28 m

- Speed: 665 km/h

- Engine: 2 × Rolls-Royce AE 2100A turboprop

- Size: 7.73 m (width) x 7.24 m (height)

- Wingspan: 24.76 m

- Range: 2,900 km

- Weight: 15,000 kg (maximum takeoff weight)

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the Saab 2000 are located in the rear of the cabin, closer to the exit. This is because in the event of an emergency, the aircraft usually gets destroyed in the front, while the rear remains more or less intact. Additionally, the exits are located in the rear of the cabin, allowing for a quick evacuation if necessary.

As for comfort, the most comfortable seats in the Saab 2000 are in the front rows of the cabin, where there is more legroom and no neighbors behind. However, if you prefer peace and quiet, it is better to choose a seat in the middle or rear of the cabin, where the noise from the engines and wind will be less noticeable.