As fighter contests heat up, Saab sets its sights on securing Gripen’s long-term future
The floodgates are about to open on billions of dollars of global military spending on new combat aircraft. With several hundred fighter purchases up for grabs, the stakes are high for all the entrants. The issues differ somewhat for each company. Boeing and Lockheed Martin would like to prolong the production lives of their F-15 and F-16 lines, respectively; Dassault wants to finally secure its first export order, and Eurofighter Typhoon is trying to expand its base to compensate for ...
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