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Saab SF340B

Aircraft Information Saab SF340B

Saab SF340B is a twin-engine regional aircraft developed and produced by the Swedish company Saab AB. It was created based on the Saab 340A model and has improved features such as increased range and improved fuel efficiency.

The Saab SF340B aircraft can carry up to 34 passengers and has a maximum range of about 1,800 km. It is equipped with two General Electric CT7-9B turboprop engines, each with a power of 1,870 horsepower. The maximum speed of the aircraft is about 550 km/h.

The Saab SF340B was released in 1989 and was used as a regional aircraft for passenger transportation on short and medium distances. It was operated by many airlines worldwide, including American Eagle, Delta Connection, Northwest Airlink, and others. Currently, the production of Saab SF340B has been discontinued, but many of them are still in use as regional aircraft.

Technical information about the Saab SF340B

- Length: 19.73 m

- Speed: 500 km/h

- Engine: 2 × General Electric CT7-9B

- Size: 7.72 m (width) × 6.15 m (height)

- Wingspan: 21.44 m

- Range: 1,852 km

- Weight: 9,979 kg (maximum takeoff weight)

The most comfortable and safe places on the plane

Like in any other aircraft, the safest seats in the Saab SF340B are the rows closer to the exits and emergency exits. These are usually the first and last rows, as well as the rows located in the middle of the aircraft.

In addition, window seats are considered safer as they are further away from the center of the aircraft and can provide more space for exit in case of an emergency.

As for comfort, each passenger has their own preferences. Some prefer window seats to have the opportunity to enjoy the views outside, while others prefer aisle seats for easy access to the restroom and overhead compartments.

In general, the choice of seats in the Saab SF340B aircraft depends on the individual needs and preferences of each passenger.