Saab receives Gripen support contract extension
Saab will support Sweden’s Gripen aircraft fleet under a contract announced on 19 December.
The company received the €43 million from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) on behalf of the Swedish armed forces, as an extension to a previously signed contract.
Saab will provide support and maintenance services for Gripen during the first half of 2020, including design and support, component maintenance, the provision of logistics, technical system support, publications, spare parts, repairs, ground support equipment and pilot equipment.
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