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On this day, the 26th of March 1992, a new ground breaking turboprop aircraft took to the skies for the very first time. The Saab 2000 was well ahead of its time and is still outperforming its modern day competitors. The outstanding performance and comfort is most certainly the main reason why it’s still so vastly popular out there. Since 1993, it still holds the world record in climb performance for twin engine turboprop aircraft. This is a short version of the Saab 2000 success story.
When I prepared to go work that very first dayof my rotation at our Market Area (MA) office for North America, situated in Washington D.C. I didn’t know quite what to expect.
In July 2016, the U.S. Air Force was short approximately 7,500 sorties a year. A few months later, the gap had expanded to 30,000–40,000 sorties per year. What's fueling this shortage?