Saab believes Thailand will purchase a new batch of Gripen fighter aircraft (Figure)
The first Thai Air Force JAS-39 Gripen fighter flight
According to the British, “Flight International” November 6, 2009 reported that Saab is still looking forward to the next batch of Thailand approved the six “Gripen “(Gripen) aircraft orders, but claims can not be sure that the order can be implemented next year.
as related to arms trade as part of Thailand in 2008, ordered a 6 “Gripen” C/D fighter aircraft and an airborne early warning aircraft Saab -340. Before the outside world had been expected earlier this year, Thailand will be approved, “Gripen” fighter of the additional orders, but because of the global financial crisis, the Thai government later postponed the plan. Saab expressed, still looking forward to the implementation of the next batch of Thailand “Gripen” fighter order, and firmly believe that this day will surely come, only time early-late it. (China Aviation Industry Development Research Center Chen Li)