The Saab 2000 is a twin-engined high-speed turboprop airliner built by Swedish aircraft manufacturer Saab. It is designed to carry 50–58 passengers and cruise at a speed of 665 km/h.
Production took place in Linköping in southern Sweden. The Saab 2000 first flew in March 1992 and was certified in 1994. The last aircraft was delivered in April 1999, a total of 63 aircraft being built. By July 2018, 24 Saab 2000s were in airline service.
The Saab 2000 has a 15% greater wingspan than the Saab 340 and being 7.55 metres longer can carry up to 58 passengers in a high-density layout and 50 with a more comfortable 81 cm seat pitch. The 2000 was the first commercial aircraft to use the Allison GMA 2100 turboprop engines which are derated to 3,390 kW (4,550 shp) for the plane.
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