Saab 2000 Braathens Regional Take Off at Bern Airport – Nice Turboprop Sounds!




Saab 2000 of Braathens Regional takes off at Bern Airport in Switzerland. This was a charter flight to Gothenburg, Sweden. On board this twin turboprop aircraft was the BK Häcken football team who played against FC Thun.

In January 2013, the Swedish regional carrier Golden Air changed its name to Braathens Regional. So you can see the new brand.

The Saab 2000 is a regional aircraft, Swedish-built, carries 50 passengers and is one of the fastest turboprop airliners. Its high cruise speed is near jet speed at 680 km/h what gave the Saab 2000 the nickname "Concordino". This turboprop regional airliner is powered by two Rolls-Royce Allison AE 2100A turboprop engines, each driving a six-bladed propeller.

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