Saab Group

Saab Group (originally SAAB, later Saab AB) is a Swedish aerospace and defence company, founded in 1937. From 1947 to 1990 it was the parent company of automobile manufacturer Saab Automobile. Between 1968 and 1995 the company was in a merger with commercial vehiclemanufacturer Scania-Vabis, known as Saab-Scania.

Nano-Tech Aviation Ltd is a leading supplier of Saab's aircraft products for the aviation aftermarket.

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Saab 2000

The Saab 2000 is a turboprop airplane able to cruise at a speed of 665 km/h. Saab decided to build the 2000 in December 1988 due to perceived demand for a high-speed turboprop which could approach the speeds of jet aircraft while retaining the efficiency provided by turboprop engines.

The company had previously introduced the smaller Saab 340t win turboprop aircraft. The Saab 2000 first flew on 26 March 1992 and entered into scheduled airline service in 1994, a few months after its certification by the Joint Aviation Authorities in March and the Federal Aviation Administrationin April.

The Saab 2000 had a 15% greater wingspan than the Saab 340, and being over 24 ft. 9 in. (7.55m) longer could fit up to 58 passengers. The 2000 was the first commercial aircraft to use the 4,591shp Rolls-Royce AE 2100 turboprop engines (then built by Allison), driving slow turning six-bladed Dowty Rotol propellers. One engine was mounted on each wing, as in the 340, with the engines placed further from thefuselage than those of the 340 to reduce cabin noise.

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