Sweden

    Andreasson

  1. BA-4B; 1966; Number built: 7; Versions: 1; [1973-74]; [1981-82]; [1984-85]; [1986-87]; [1991-92]
  2. BA-7; 1958; Number built: 1; [1986-87]
  3. BA-11; 1974; Number built: 1; [1981-82]
  4. BA-12 ‘Slandan’; 1984; Number built: 1; [1986-87]
  5. MFI-9; 1961; Number built: 290; Versions: 2; [1965-66]; [1984-85]; [1991-92 MFI-9HB]

  6. MFI (Malmo Flygindustry)

  7. MFI-10 ‘Vipan’; 1961; Number built: 3; Versions: 1; [1965-66]

  8. SAAB (Svenska Aeroplan AB)

  9. MFI-15 ‘Safari’; 1969; Number built: 460; Versions: 4; [1973-74]; [1974-75]; [1975-76]; [1981-82]; [1986-87]; [1991-92]; [1996-97]; [2004-2005]
  10. SAAB 21; 1943; Number built: 301; Versions: 1; [1951-52]
  11. SAAB 21R; 1947; Number built: 64; Versions: 1; [1951-52]
  12. SAAB 35 ‘Draken’; 1955; Number built: 614; Versions: 6; [1965-66]; [1973-74]
  13. SAAB 37 ‘Viggen’; 1967; Number built: 337; Versions: 5; [1973-74]
  14. SAAB 39 ‘Gripen’; 1988; Number built: 106; Versions: 2; [2001-2002]; [2004-2005]
  15. SAAB 105; 1963; Number built: 193; Versions: 4; [1965-66]; [1974-75]
  16. SAAB 340 ‘Cityliner’; 1983; Number built: 459; Versions: 2; [1991-92]; [1996-97]
  17. SAAB 2000 ‘Jetprop’; 1992; Number built: 63; Versions: 1; [1996-97]

  18. Amateurs, Sweden

  19. Dahlbeck; 1913; Number built: 1; [1913]
  20. VLA-1 ‘Sparrow’; 1985; Number built: 1; [1985-86]