SAAB still chasing India with Gripen, anticipates EW variant

Georg Mader

Saab believes India could still be a customer for the JAS 39 Gripen fighter despite the country’s apparent decision to purchase the Dassault Rafale fleet, according to Lennart Sindahl, the company’s senior executive vice president and head of SAAB Aeronautics. "We’re looking into India again," Sindahl confirmed. "They have for the moment decided for a direct buy of 36 Rafales and the former ‘commercial’ tender [MMRCA, for 126] is cancelled. However, they nee...
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