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Additional Saab 340B Cargo Conversion delivered
Continuing its successful series of Saab 340B Cargo Conversions, an additional aircraft – ES-NSD, s/n 171 – was delivered in early March in a striking “branded livery” to Estonian airline Nyx Air.
With a firm experience from converting more than a dozen Saab 340s to full cargo configuration, the TAM cargo conversions meet an increased market interest, with ES-NSD being the second aircraft delivered from TAM’s Örebro workshops in 2021.
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First ATR 72's at TAM
Late April 2020, the first of two ATR 72’s arrived at the TAM workshops at Örebro Täby Airport, some 200 kms west of Stockholm. The significance of this arrival cannot be over-estimated, as it visibly proves the dawn of a new era for TAM. Having build a vast reputation for premium services for the world-wide fleet of Saab 340’s and Saab 2000’s, over the last three decades, TAM has now added the world’s best selling regional turboprop to its service portfolio.
Later in 2020, two refurbished ATR 72’s were delivered to Russina regional airline KrasAvia.
Based at Örebro airport, some 200 km west of Stockholm, TAM has state-of-the-art workshops, allowing for heavy maintenance, repairs and modifications to be carried out. Having build a vast reputation for premium services for the world-wide fleet of Saab 340’s and Saab 2000’s, over the last three decades, TAM has from spring 2020 added the ATR72-family, the world’s best selling regional turboprop, to its service portfolio.