Saab and Pilatus have signed a memorandum of understanding under which the two companies will offer the Pilatus PC-21 trainer to the Swedish air force as a replacement for the Saab SK 60. The announcement comes less than two months before a close-fought Swiss referendum affirms or rejects the government’s decision to buy 22 Saab JAS 39E Gripen fighters, and Saab CEO and president Håkan Buskhe linked the deals:  “This is a result of a long dialogue that began with the ...

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