Saab has offered its conceptual aircraft Gripen [M] (Maritime) for the Indian Navy’s Request For Information (RFI) for the procurement of 57 fighters worth about US $12 billion.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Ruler of Dubai met Anil Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Group in Abu Dhabi on February 21.
Saab subsidiary Saab Grintek Defence (SGD) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s (HAL) Avionics Division have signed a contract to deliver transfer of technology (ToT) between South Africa and India.
Defence and security company Saab offers a fighter sensor package for the Indian Tejas LCA Mk1A fighter aircraft. The package consist of a state-of-the-art Saab AESA fighter radar closely integrated with a compact electronic warfare suite using Gallium Nitride based AESA technology.
Weeks after the Indian Navy chief said the LCA-Navy was overweight and that it cannot be used by the force, Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has allayed fears of the project becoming redundant even as the navy has floated a request for information (RFI) to procure 56 carrier-borne aircraft in the last week of January.
A host of foreign companies will be wooing Indian government agencies and firms at Aero India 2017, keen to get a large piece of the market share in the blooming defence and aerospace sectors.
Eyeing a contract for IAF’s single-engine fighter jets, Swedish defence giant Saab today said it will set up in India one of the most advanced aircraft production facilities globally
The ministry of defence (MoD) is planning to scrap a contract for buying surface-to-air missiles (QR-SAM) for the Indian Army to replace its Soviet-vintage OSA-AK (SA-8) and SA-6 units
Swedish Aerospace and Defence firm, SAAB Group on Monday said the company is willing to offer defence capabilities to enable India to manufacture and export next generation fighter jets
Swedish defence firm SAAB, which has already fighting Lockheed Martin to bag the orders from the Indian Air Force (IAF) for a single-engine fighter aircraft, has also expressed interest to supply the Indian Navy with an aircraft capable of taking off from carriers. The navy is looking for an aircraft after the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) naval variant failed to meet its expectations.