TAM, Täby Air Maintenance, has delivered its 30th Saab 340 cargo-conversion, a Saab 340B with msn 225. The aircraft was converted to full TAM Cargo-Conversion Generation II on behalf of Latvia-based RAF-Avia, who already operates a mix of cargo- and passenger-configured Saab 340s, ATR 72s and Antonov 26s.
Saab 340 cargo-conversions has come to be an ever increasing business for TAM, where the current milestone of 30 conversions was preceded as late as in February this year when the 25th cargo converted aircraft was delivered. Cargo conversion backlog – kits as well as full conversions – stretches way into 2023.
With the successful Saab 340 cargo conversion programme, complemented by the ongoing new Saab 2000 cargo conversion programme, TAM has a firm position as one of the world’s leading Saab 340/2000 conversion specialist. In addition, TAM’s design organisation is currently preparing further development of the Saab 340 cargo conversion programme.Email Post to a Friend