Saab Pushes Back Gripen E First Flight

Credit: Saab
LONDON—Saab has decided to delay the first flight of its prototype JAS 39E Gripen aircraft in a bid to further mature the new federated software architecture being introduced on the aircraft. The company had originally planned to fly the prototype, 39-8, by the end of the year, but has elected to...

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