Super Saab 2000

Jessica Bannister-Pearce heads to Linköping to find out how the Swedish manufacturer is supporting its flagship airliner, the Saab 2000, which remains ever popular despite having been out of production for two decades.

The Saab 2000 may have been out of production for almost two decades, but it has made an indelible mark on the commercial aviation sector. Fondly referred to as ‘Concordino’, the aircraft is more than a mere stretch of the Saab 340, combining an extended fuselage with more powerful engines, an impressively quiet cabin and an advanced glass cockpit.

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