The perfect guide for spotters and enthusiasts interested in airliners, feederliners, executive jets, light aircraft and other commercial aeroplanes. Contains 3-view silhouettes, colour photographs, dimensions, technical specifications and a potted history of those aircraft most likely to be seen in the skies and at airports. Other helpful details are included to make aircraft identification more certain.In 1979, Saab, in partnership with Fairchild, designed the SF.340 35 passenger, pressurised local service airliner. ... In 1987 Saab took over the whole SF.340 programme and introduced the higherweight Saab 340B with 1294kW (1, 735shp ) CT75A2 (later CT79B) engines which was first ... In1997, Saab announced the end of the 340B/2000 production run after457 340s and 63 2000shadbeen delivered.
|Title||:||Civil Aircraft Recognition|
|Publisher||:||Crowood - 2012-12-21|