SAAB 105 (Sk60)

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Title: SAAB 105 (Sk60)

The SAAB 105 was developed as a private venture by SAAB and first flew in 1963. Selected by the Swedish Air Force (Flygvapnet) for a number of roles including replacing the Vampire as the advanced trainer, it entered service in 1967 and was designated Sk60. 192 examples were built including 40 for the sole export customer Austria. An experimental version known as the 105-2 was developed using the J85 engine but did not proceed. The aircraft was later re-engined with Williams FJ44 engines and most surviving Flygvapnet aircraft have been converted.

This title contains a flight manual for the 105-2 in English, two Flygvapnet flight manuals in Swedish along with two manufacturer’s brochures in English. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.

Description

This title contains:

  • Manufacturer’s Flight Manual for the SAAB 105-2, dated 25-10-1973 with approx 152 pages.
  • Flygvapnet Flight Manual Part 1 (Titled Speciell Forarinstruktion – Beskrivning Och Handhavande) for the Sk60A (includes a supplement for the Sk60D and Sk60E), document M7780-400192 dated 01-03-1983 with approx 116 pages.
  • Flygvapnet Flight Manual Part 2 (Titled Speciell Forarinstruktion) for the Sk60B and Sk60C, document M7780-400201 undated with approx 112 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s colour brochure for the SAAB 105, undated with approx 23 pages.
  • Manufacturer’s colour brochure for the SAAB 105, undated with approx 26 pages.