DATABASE: Saab 37 Viggen Insights


An experienced Viggen pilot gives his impressions of the Swedish fighter 

The menacing head-on aspect of a JA 37, with all nine underwing/under-fuselage stations occupied. 

Every aeroplane has its own personality. As with people, aircraft can at different times exhibit different kinds of behaviour — some nice, others less so. The Viggen is no exception, but when treated right, it was a positive acquaintance.


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