Saab has consolidated four of its U.S.-based business units into a single organization that will operate as Saab Defense and Security USA LLC and operate under a special security agreement with the U.S. Defense Department. Lars Borgwing, formerly CEO of the Saab Training USA business, will serve as president and chief executive of Sterling, Va.-based SDAS as Saab […] More
Saab has delivered an aft airframe section to Boeing that the latter will use for the development of trainer aircraft under a potential 16-year, $9.2 billion contract from the U.S. Air Force. The company is in partnership with Boeing to provide the service branch with up to 475 T-X trainer aircraft and 120 ground-based training […] More
Saab has received a potential $47.5 million to provide new Gripen E fighter aircraft equipment to the Swedish defense and material administration FMV. The company said Monday the supplemental contract updates the terms of an agreement signed with the agency in 2013 concerning reuse of existing Swedish military aircraft fleet or stock. Sweden’s armed forces […] More
Saab flew the latest variant of its Gripen fighter aircraft over the Baltic Sea on Oct. 18 to test if the platform could travel at a speed faster than that of sound. Gripen E exceeded Mach 1 and sustained a supersonic speed for the first time as the aircraft conducted maneuvers during the flight test, Saab said […] More
Saab has received an estimated $17.6 million contract to support and maintain the United Arab Emirates’ airborne surveillance system through 2018. UAE's Saab 340 Erieye AEW&C surveillance system comprises 340 aircraft equipped with the Erieye radar system and associated ground equipment, Saab said Thursday. Jonas Hjelm, head of Saab's support and services business area, said […] More
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