The SAAB company's aircrafts are typically used in regional flight operations and short-haul flights.
SAAB 340 B is the most preferred model of Saab aircraft by airline companies.
Saab 340, Saab's most popular model was produced from 1983 to 1999.
Saab 340 made its first commercial flight in 1984. Saab 340 is still used by many airlines in passenger or cargo transportation.
Here are, some operators of SAAB 340;
Australian domestic operator Regional Express Airlines uses Saab 340B, Canadian WestJet Airlines uses Saab 340B, Japan Airlines JAL uses Saab 340B.
Scotland Loganair Limited uses Saab 340, Alaskanian Ryan Air uses cargo version of Saab 340 aircraft, Caribbean Seaborne Airlines uses Saab340B for passenger transportation, Cayman Islands’s National Flag Carrier, Cayman Airways uses Saab 340B, U.S. airline Silver Airways uses Saab 340, British Columbian airlines Pacific Coastal Airlines use Saab 340, Polish SprintAir uses cargo and passenger versions of Saab 340, the Cook Islands' airlines Air Rarotonga uses Saab 340.