Who needs an airstrip when a public road can do the job? Gripen is tailor-made for short take off and landings like this example from exercise Aurora 17, Sweden.
Photo: Per Kustvik
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The Swedish Air Force Gripen in a summer flight over its natural habitat – Sweden’s unique lakes and forests.
Photo: Rich Cooper/COAP Media
The successful first flight of Gripen E in June 2017 was a check in the box and a step towards the first delivery to customers.
Photo: Stefan Kalm
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SKY'S THE LIMIT
Enabled by the latest available technology, Gripen gives the Royal Thai Air Force South Asias’s most agile swing-role fighter aircraft.
Photo. Katsuhiko Tokunaga
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At high and low altitudes, over land and water, day and night, Gripen is at home in all conditions.
Multiple test flights have shown that Gripen can fly with 100 percent biofuel. This gives us valuable insights into future use of alternative fuel.
Photo: Linus Svensson
Users since 2005, the Czech Air Force will receive the latest capability enhancement during 2018.
Photo: Jörgen Nilsson
Home from home
On the way back from Aero India, Gripen landed at the island of Crete. It was a sought-after stop for the pilots and the snow almost made them feel at home.
Photo: Henrik Paju
A ﬂare for excellence
With our totally integrated Electronic Warfare system, Gripen is able to penetrate and survive hostile environments. That’s just one reason we call it the smart ﬁghter.
Photo: Ramon Wenink
Technology leads the way.
Operating in challenging conditions, we are proud that the Royal Thai Air Force, has chosen Gripen to defend their nation and satisfy their high technical demands.
Photo: Katsuhiko Takanaga