SAAB SF340 Southeast Regional 3D model
This model is built near to scale and includes both exterior and interior detail. The cockpit is modeled including much of the instrument and electrical panels, flight controls and seats. The passenger cabin also includes interior walls, floor and seating. The model also includes a lot of animateable features including ailerons, flaps, elevator, rudder, propellers, landing gear, landing gear doors, and some controls in the cockpit. This model also comes with high resolution materials and textures. The model is also available in a wide variety of airline and charter liveries. In addition the model here is available in several formats for your immediate downloading. Easily add your own textures to complete the realistic appearance of the cabin. The cockpit is fully textured.
The Saab SF-340 was a Swedish twin-engine turboprop aircraft designed and initially produced by a partnership between SAAB and Fairchild aircraft. Originally designated as the SF-340, the aircraft first flew on 25 January 1983. When Fairchild left the aircraft production business in 1985 after completed about 40 units, Saab continued aircraft production under the designation Saab 340A. After sales declined into the late 1990s, the production was cancelled in 1998.