Saab’s latest military aircraft took to the air as the GlobalEye Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) system set off from Saab’s airfield in Linköping, Sweden on Thursday at 12.52 pm local time with Magnus Fredriksson, Saab Experimental Test Pilot, at the controls. The modified business jet flew for one hour and 46 minutes to collect data to verify the aircraft performance and associated modelling.
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