EASA 147 Training - SAAB Courses
The first Saab aircraft took off back in 1940, and ever since then Saab has created a stunning series of aircraft, unique in capability and affordability. What is more, they have been able to do so at a fraction of the cost you would expect. This comes from the fact that Sweden as a small country simply had to find another way to create high-performance equipment from a very limited budget.
Today, Saab is active in the areas of air, land and naval defence, as well as civil security and commercial aeronautics. Their heritage of innovation and efficiency applies to all these spheres and they can definitely benefit from this broad-based background, as the defence industry increasingly has to work under normal commercial conditions.
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|Saab (SF) 340 (GE CT7)||X||X||X||X|