Visit us at Singapore Airshow

Giraffe 4a

Multimission flexibility - Giraffe 4A combines the battle-proven designs from the Arthur and Giraffe AMB product families with an all-new radar sensor, based on AESA (Active Electrically Scanned Array) technology.

Erieye AEW&C

It is the most recent in the Erieye AEW&C series, combining the latest improvements in Erieye radar and mission system with the high-performance, 9-hour-plus endurance Saab 2000 platform.

Saab at Singapore airshow

Saab will be showcasing at Singapore Airshow. Our solutions are continuously being improved and augmented so they are at the cutting edge of what is possible.

Our thinking edge

Wings of Change

Civil aviation opens up a world of possibilities, but also consumes too much fuel and emits greenhouse gas emissions. That needs to change. Saab has designed an aircraft wing panel that reduces wind resistance and cuts fuel consumption.

rEvIBE Energy

Imagine that you are driving a car, you hear something rattling. You get a little irritated and want to find out what is making the sound to silence it. But there are those who instead are interested in the rattling sound since it implies that there are vibrations, vibrations that can be used for creating energy.

Upcoming Events 2016


Latest Saab tweet


  • Saab AB
    12 February 2016

    Let’s start the weekend with a stunning image of the mighty Saab AJS 37 Viggen. This #Saabinthesky image of the week was taken by Jörgen Nilsson and shows the only out of 337 built Viggen that remain in flying condition today. Viggen was in service at the Swedish Air Force between 1971 and 2005. Keep tagging your Saab aircraft with #Saabinthesky and we’ll pick our favourites and share them in our social media channels. With full photo credit to you of course. #Saab #aviation #avgeek #airforce #military

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  • Saab AB
    10 February 2016

    Get a glimpse from our Brazilian colleagues working with the Gripen NG development. Click on the link below to read more.

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News and press releases


  • Saab is taking part in a pilot project with remote tower technology at a busy airport in Virginia. The potential market for this technology is huge.

  • The TTC (Manufacturing Technology Centre) in Karlskoga, Sweden, produces metal components with 3D printing that are otherwise impossible to manufacture.

  • Every 45 seconds a Saab 340 or Saab 2000 takes off or lands, around the clock and throughout the year in 30 countries. At present there are some 300 Saab 340 and 2000 aircraft operational across the world.