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List of military aircraft of Sweden

 

List of military aircraft of Sweden

This is a list of Swedish military aircraft since its start. List is not guaranteed to be up-to-date or to be accurate, or complete. Aircraft still in service noted.

Contents

  • Early aircraft 1
    • Early balloons of the Army and Navy 1.1
    • Early Navy 1.2
    • Early Army 1.3
  • Air Force (1926–40) 2
    • Fighters (Jakt) 2.1
    • Ground attack aircraft (Attack) 2.2
    • Bombers (Bomb) 2.3
    • Torpedo bombers (Torped) 2.4
    • Reconnaissance (Spaning) 2.5
    • Transport (Transport) 2.6
    • Training (Skol) 2.7
    • Advanced training (Övning) 2.8
    • Experimental/prototype (Prov) 2.9
    • Undesignated/Miscellaneous 2.10
    • Gliders 2.11
  • Post-1940 designation system 3
    • Main list 3.1
    • Helicopters (Helikopter) 3.2
    • Navy 3.3
    • Army 3.4
    • Common helicopter wing 3.5
    • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles 3.6
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Early aircraft

Early balloons of the Army and Navy

Designation Number Used Year Entered Service Info
Fästningsballong 1898 1 1898 First Swedish military aircraft
Drakballong m/09 5 1909 -
Kronan 1909 1 1909 -
Drakballong typ Ä 1 - -
Fältballong m/23 1 1923 -
Kulballong m/23 1 1923 -
Fältballong 1926 1 1926 -

Early Navy

(The aviation corps became a separate organization in 1915.)

Aircraft # Used Year
Nyrop 2 (Bleriot XI) (N:r 1) 1 1911–1913, 1916
Nieuport IV.M 1 1913–1918
Donnet-Leveque 2 1913–1918
Farman HF.23 2 1913–1917
SW 11 (Farman HF 23) 7 1914–1920
Thulin B 2 1915–1917
TDS Farman HF 23 2 1917–1920
Thulin G 5 1917–1922
SW 17 (SAF H-2) 4, did not enter service
Thulin GA 2 1919–1921
Friedrichshafen FF.33L 2 1918–1920
Friedrichshafen FF.33E 3 1918–1929
Friedrichshafen FF.49C 2 1919–1924
Sablatnig FF.49C 2 1919–1926
TDS Friedrichshafen FF.33 5 1921–1929
Macchi M.8 1 1919–1922
Savoia S.13 4 1919–1924
Supermarine Channel II 1 1921–1922
Fairey IIID 1 1924–1925
Caspar S.I (Heinkel S.I) 4 1921–1929
Heinkel S.I 8 1923–1929
Heinkel S.II 5 1924–1934
Heinkel HE 4 1 1926–1931
Heinkel HD 14 did not enter service
Albatros B.IIa 5 1920–1929
Avro 504K 5 1924–1928
LVG C.VI 2 1921–1923
Heinkel HE 3 2 1925–1927

Early Army

(The aviation corps became a separate organization in 1915.)
Des. Aircraft # Used Year
- Nieuport IV.G 2 1912–1918
- Bleriot XI 6 1914–1916
- Morane-Saulnier MS.3 1 1914–1918
- Fjällbäck Bastarden 1 1914–1916
- Thulin D 2 1915–1918
- Thulin K 2 1917–1919
- SW 15 3 1917–1921
B 1 Breguet C.U-1 1 1912–1916
B 2 Farman HF.20 1 1913–1915
- Farman HF 22/SW 10 4 1914–1916
- Albatros B.II/SW 12/SAF 3/NAB 9 29 1914–1929
- Thulin E 5 1916–1920
- Thulin L 9 1916–1920
- Thulin FA 7 1918–1921
- FVM/SW SW 16 1 1918–1919
S 18 FVM S 18 15 1919–1925
- Breguet 14 1 1919–1922
- Phönix C.I Dront 27 1919–1932
- FVM Albatros 120 10 1920–1929
- FVM Albatros 160 12 1928–1935
S 21 FVM S 21 10 1922–1932
- Bristol F.2 Fighter 1 1924-3419
- Fiat BR 2 1924–1932
- Fiat BR.I 3 1925–1937
- AEG G.V 6 1918–1922
- Gloster Grouse 1 1926–1929
- Avro 504N 1 1926–1928
- Heinkel HD 35 1 1926–1929
- Fokker D.IV 4 1918–1922
- FVM Triplanet 1 1918–1919
- FVM Tummelisa 16 1918–1935
- Phönix D.II 30 1920-193?
- Phönix D.III 1 1920–1921
- Fokker D.VII 1 1920–1922
- Macchi M.7 4 1921–1927
J 23 FVM J 23 5 1923–1926
J 24 FVM J 24 1 1925–1931
- Armstrong Whitworth Siskin 1 1925–1926
- Nieuport-Delage NiD 29 C.1 10 1926–1930

Air Force (1926–40)

Created in July of 1926.
Designations Key
Abbrev. Designation Name Translation
J Jakt Fighter
A Attack Ground attack
B Bomb Bomber
T Torped Torpedo bomber
S Spaning Reconnaissance
Sk Skol Trainer
Ö Övning Advanced trainer
Tp Transport Transport
Hkp Helikopter Helicopter
P Prov Experimental/prototype
Fpl Flygplan Airplane

Later XX implies later redesignation.

Fighters (Jakt)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
J 1 FMV/Phönix D.III 12 1919–33 -
J 2 Nieuport-Delage NiD 29C1 10 1925–30 -
J 3 Fokker C.Vd 2 1927–30 (Later S 6A 1931)
J 3A Fokker C.Vd 6 1927–30 (later S 6A 1931)
J 3B Centrala Flygverkstaden Malmslätt C.VD 7 1930–45 (later S 6 1931)
J 4 Heinkel/Sv.Aero HD 19 6 1928–37 -
J 5 Svenska Aero Jaktfalken 1 1930–33 -
J 6 Svenska Aero Jaktfalk I 7 1930–33, 1941 -
J 6A Svenska Aero Jaktfalk II 3 1932–40 1939, one to Finland
J 6B Svenska Aero Jaktfalk II 7 1935–39, 1941 1939, two to Finland
J 7 Bristol Bulldog II/IIA 11 1930–40 1939, two to Finland
J 8 Gloster Gladiator I 37 1937–42 -
J 8A Gloster Gladiator II 18 1938–45 some used in Finland
J 9 Seversky/Republic EP-1 60 1940–51 some modified
J 10 Vultee V-49C Vanguard - - (did not enter service)
J 11 Fiat CR.42bis Falco 72 1940–45 (1946) -
J 12 Reggiane Re.2000 60 (later J20)

Ground attack aircraft (Attack)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
A 1 FMV/Phoenix C.I E2 11 1921–35 2 from army

Bombers (Bomb)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
B 1 Fiat B.R. 3 1924–32 -
B 2 Fiat B.R.I 2 1925–37 -
B 3 Junkers Ju 86K-1 3 1936–48 Some turned into torpedo bombers
B 3A Junkers Ju 86K-4 35 1937–58 -
B 3B Junkers Ju 86K-5 2 1937–58 -
B 3C Junkers/Saab Ju 86K-13 16 1939–44 -
B 3C-2 Junkers Ju 86K-4/5 15 1947–1958 -
B 3D Junkers/Saab Ju 86K-13 16 1941–1958 -
B 4 Hawker Hart 3 1937–1947 (formerly S 7)
B 4A ASJA/CVM/Götaverken Hart 42 1936–1947 7 formerly S 7A, 5 used in Finland
B 5A Northrop 8A-1 1 1938–1942 -
B 5B Northrop/Saab 8A-1 64 1940–1950 -
B 5C Northrop/Saab 8A-1 38 1941–1950 -
B 6 Republic 2PA 2 1940–1953 (more ordered, unreceived)
B 7 Fokker G.Ib - (did not enter service)
B 8 SAAB L 10 - (designation changed to B 17)

Torpedo bombers (Torped)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
T 1 Heinkel HD 16 2 1928–1939 -
T 2 Heinkel He 115A-2 12 1939–1948 -

Reconnaissance (Spaning)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
S 1 Centrala Verkstaden Malmslätt S 21/S 25 16 1925–1932 formerly army air.
S 2 Caspar/Sv.Aero/TDS Heinkel S.I Hansa-Brandenburg 31 1 1923–1929 formerly navy air.
S 2 Caspar/Sv.Aero/TDS Heinkel S.I Hansa-Brandenburg 32 7 1923–1929 formerly navy air.
S 3 Svenska Aero/CFS Heinkel S.II Hansa-Brandenburg 42 6 1924–1934 formerly navy air
S 4 Heinkel HE 4 Hansa-Brandenburg 47 1 1925–1931 formerly navy air.
S 5 Svenska Aero HE 5 Hansa 4 1927–1936 -
S 5A Svenska Aero/CFV HE 5/t 22 1928–1941 -
S 5B CVV HE 5/t 1 1934–1943 -
S 5C CVV HE 5/t TB 9 1935–1945 -
S 5D CVV HE 5/t TB 4 1937–1945 -
S 6 Fokker/CVM C.VE 30 1927–1945 formerly J 3B's
S 6A Fokker/CVM C.VD 8 1927–1945 formerly J 3/J 3A's
S 6B Centrala Verkstaden Malmslätt C.VE 10 1934–1945 -
S 7 Hawker Hart 3 1934–1937 redesignated B 4 in 1937
S 7A ASJA/Centrala Verkstaden Malmslätt (CVM) Hart 7 1936–1937 -
S 8 Svenska Aero/ASJA SA 15 did not enter service
S 9 Hawker Osprey 6 1934–1945 -
S 10 Breguet 694 did not enter service
S 11 Dornier Do 215 (did not enter service)
S 12 Heinkel He 114B-1 12 1941–1947 -
S 13 Fokker G.I did not enter service
S 14 Fieseler Fi 156K-1 Storch 2 1938–1960  
S 14A Fieseler Fi 156C Storch 6 1940–1960  
S 14B Fieseler Fi 156Ca-3 18 1943–1960 6 added in 1948
S 15 Saab 17 redesignated S 17

Transport (Transport)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Trp 1 Junkers/Flygindustri F.13fe/F 13de 3 1928–1946 -
Trp 2 Junkers/Flygindustri W.33g 1 1933–1935 -
Trp 2A Junkers W.34h 2 1933–1945 -
Trp 3 de Havilland DH.90 Dragonfly 1 1936–1942 -
Trp 4 Beechcraft Model 18R 1 1940–1953 -
Tp 5 Junkers Ju 52/3m ci / Ju 52/3m vai 5 1940–1945 leased
Tp 6 Fairchild 24 1 1940–1941 leased
Tp 7 Miles M 3A Falcon Major 1 1940–1944 Still flying (2007) as G-AEEG.
Tp 8 Waco UIC 3 1940-1940 leased
Tp 8A Waco ZQC-6 1 1940-? -
Trp 9 ASJA Viking II - did not enter service
Tp 9 Junkers Ju 86Z-7 1 1940-? -
Tp 10 Fokker F.VIII 1 1942-44 -
?? Götaverken GV 38 6 1941–1945 leased
?? RWD 13 1 1939–1951 sometimes called Tp 11

Training (Skol)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Sk 1 Albatros 120 (ex navy)/ B.IIa (ex army) 13 1920–1929 -
Sk 2 Friedrichshafen + TDS FF 33J 4 1918–1929 ex navy
Sk 3 Avro 504K 5 1924–1928 ex navy
Sk 4 Heinkel + Svenska Aero HD 24 6 1926–1939 -
Sk 4A Svenska Aero HD 24 2 1928–1937 one ex-Sk 4
Sk 4B Svenska Aero HD 24 3 1926–1939 ex-Sk 4
Sk 5 Heinkel HD 35 1 1925–1929 ex army
Sk 6 Heinkel HD 36 1 1927–1939 -
Sk 6A CFM HD 36 20 1927-1940(1943) -
Sk 7 DH 60X/M Cirrus/Gipsy Moth 2 1928–1936 -
Sk 8 Svenska Aero SA-12 Skolfalken 1 1929–1938 -
Sk 9 DH 60T Moth Trainer 10 1931–1936 -
Sk 10 ASJA Raab-Katzenstein RK-26 Tigerschwalbe 25 1932–1942, 1945 -
Sk 11 de Havilland/ASJA DH 82 Tiger Moth 16 1932–1952 -
Sk 11A ASJA DH 82A Tiger Moth 20 1935–1952 -
Sk 12 Focke-Wulf/ASJA/CVV Fw 44J Stieglitz 85 1936–1946 -
Sk 14 North American/Saab NA 16-4M 54 1937–1949 -
Sk 14A Saab NA 16-4M 83 1942–1949 -
Sk 14N Rebuilt Sk 14A with tri-cycle gear 3 1944–1949 Not an official designation
Sk 15 Klemm Kl 35B 14 1939–1940 leased
Sk 15 Klemm Kl 35D 13 1942–1944 leased
Sk 15A Klemm Kl 35D 64 1940–1947 -
Sk 15B Klemm Kl 35D 5 1940–1947 -
Sk 15C Klemm Kl 35DW 5 1941–1947 -

Advanced training (Övning)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Ö 1 FVM/CFM Tummeliten 24 1919–1935 Ex arm (Tummelisa)
Ö 2 FVM Albatros 160 10 1928–1935 Ex army
Ö 3 Gloster Grouse Mk II 1 1926–1929 Ex army
Ö 4 FVM Phönix C.I E 1 Dront 16 19??-1932 Ex army
Ö 5 FVM Phönix C.I E 3 Dront 2 1928–1930 -
Ö 6 Bristol F2B 1 1924–1934 Ex army
Ö 7 SvA SA-10 Piraten 1 1928–1937 -
Ö 8 SvA SA-13 Övningsfalken 1 1930–1937 -
Ö 9 ASJA Typ 2 2 1932–1940 -
Ö 10 TB - - -

Experimental/prototype (Prov)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
P 1 Sparmann S-1A 10 1934–1945 -
P 2 Focke-Wulf Fw 44 2 1936-?? redesignated Sk 12 in 1937
P 3 Sparmann E4 - did not enter service
P 4 Fieseler Fi 156K-1 2 1938-19?? redesignated S 14 in 1940
P 5 Handley Page Hampden Mk I 1 1938–1945 -
P 6 Focke-Wulf Fw 58LJ-1/Fw 58KO-1/Fw 58KO-2 Weihe 4 1938–1949, 1957 mapping agency aircraft, AF use until 1944
P 7A Saab L 10-2 1 1943–1944 B 17A prototype
P 7B Saab L 10-1 1 1943–1944 B 17B prototype
P 8 Saab L 11 (Saab 18) 2 1943–45 B 18 prototype
P 8A AFF/ASJA G 1 - - -
P 8B Götaverken GP 8 - - -
P 9A Saab L 12 (Saab 19) - - (aka. P 19/J 19) not built
P 9B Götaverken GP 9 - - -

Undesignated/Miscellaneous

Not used by air force

Aircraft # Used Year Info
FVM J 24B 1 1925–31 Ex army
Heinkel He 3 1 1925–27 Ex navy
Macchi M.7 1 1921–27 Ex army
Armstrong Whitworth Siskin IIA 1 1925–26 Ex army
Avro 504N 1 19??–27 Ex army

Gliders

  • G = Glidflygplan "glider"
  • Se = Segelflygplan, "soarer" (sailplane),
  • Lg = Lastglidare, "transport glider"
Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
G 101 AB Flygindustri Zögling SG-38 40 1942–53 -
Se 102 AB Flygplan Schneider Grunau Baby IIB-2 31 1942–61 -
Se 103 AB Flygplan DFS Kranich B-1 30 1943–52 -
Se 104 AB Flygindustri DFS Weihe 19 1943–54 -
Lg 105 AB Flygindustri Fi 3 6 1944–44 -

Post-1940 designation system

(Aircraft still in service have a light green background.)

Main list

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
S 16A Caproni Ca.313 66 1940–1945 -
Tp 16A Caproni Ca.313 2 1941–1946 -
B 16A Caproni Ca.313 30 1940–1943 -
T 16A Caproni Ca.313 14 1941–1942 -
S 16B Caproni Ca.313 14 1942–1945 -
B 17A Saab 17 132 1943–1948 -
B 17B Saab 17 54 1942–1945 -
S 17BL Saab 17 64 1942–1949 -
S 17BS Saab 17 56 1942–1949 -
B 17C Saab 17 77 1943–1947 -
B 18A Saab 18 62 1944–1947 -
S 18A Saab 18 55 1946–1959 -
B 18B Saab 18 120 1945–1958 -
T 18B Saab 18 62 1947–1957 -
J 19 Saab L 12 - - -
J 20 Reggiane Re.2000 60 1941–1945 -
J 21A-1 Saab 21 54 1946–1949 -
J 21A-2 Saab 21 124 1946–1953 -
J 21B Saab 21 - - RR Griffon variant
A 21A-3 Saab 21 119 1947–1954 -
A 21RA Saab 21R 29 1949–1953 J 21R first year
A 21RB Saab 21R 30 1950–1956 -
P 22 FFVS 22 2 1942–1943 Prototypes
J 22-1 FFVS 22 120 1943–1952 -
J 22-2 FFVS 22 78 1945–1952 -
S 22-3 FFVS 22 9 1946–1947 -
J 23 Saab L 23 - - alt proj. for J 21
J 24 Saab L 24 (Also B 24) - - -
Tp 24 Dornier 24T-1 1 1945–1951 -
Sk 25 Bücker Bü 181B Bestmann 121 1945–1952 -
Sk 26 Saab 26 - - upgraded Sk 14
S/B 26 See B 7 and S 13 - - Type 26 left for Mustang
J 26 North American P-51D Mustang 161 1945–1954 2 P-51B's
S 26 P-51D Mustang 17 1949–1954 All of them modified J 26
J 27 Saab L 27 - - -
Sk 16A North American Harvard IIb 145 1947–1972 -
Sk 16B North American T-6A, T-6B, SNJ-3, SNJ-4 106 1952–1958 -
Sk 16C SNJ-2 6 1952–1958 -
Tp 45 Beechcraft 18S, C-45A 1 1948–1956 -
Tp 45A Beechcraft 18S, C-45B 1 1948–1958 -
Tp 46 de Havilland DH.104 Dove 1 1948–1966 -
Tp 47 Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina 3 1947–1966 -
J 28A de Havilland DH.100 Vampire Mk 1 70 1946–1955  
J 28B de Havilland DH.100 Vampire FB 50 310 1949–1967  
J 28C, C-2, C-3 de Havilland DH.115 Vampire T 55 Trainer 57 1953–1968 -
Tp 78 Noorduyn Norseman 3 1949–1959 -
Tp 79 Douglas DC-3 8 1949–1983 -
Tp 80 Avro Lancaster 1 1950–1956 Jet engine test platform
Tp 81 Grumman Goose 1 1951–1962 -
Tp 82 Vickers Varsity 1 1953–1973 Developed from the Vickers Viking
Tp 83 Percival Pembroke 18 1954–1976 -
Tp 91 Saab 91A Safir 10 1947–1960 -
Sk 50B Saab 91B Safir 76 1952–1990 Only 75 into active service
Sk 50C Saab 91C Safir 14 1960–1992 -
Tp 52 English Electric Canberra 2 1959–1974 Elint/Radar development
Tp 55 de Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou 1 1964–1965 evaluation only, leased.
J 29A Saab Tunnan 224 1951–1963, 1965 -
J 29B Saab Tunnan 361 1953–1957 Also known as A 29B
S 29C Saab Tunnan- 76 1954–1970 rebuilt to -E's wing 1955-1956
J 29E Saab 29B's rebuilt into 29Fs
J 29F Saab Tunnan 10 1955–1968, 1976 (ex J 29B), Target towing 68-74
J 30 de Havilland Mosquito NF.Mk 19 60 1948–1953 Night fighter
S 31 Supermarine Spitfire PR Mk.19 50 1948–1955 -
A 32A Saab Lansen 287 1955–1978 -
J 32B Saab Lansen 118 1958–1973 1997 reused, see below
J 32B Saab Lansen 8 1997–1999 -
S 32C Saab Lansen 44 1958–1978 -
J 32D Saab Lansen 6 1972–1997 Target towing, ex J 32B
J 32E Saab Lansen 15 1972–1997 ECM
J 33 de Havilland Venom DH.112 Venom 60 1953–1960 Night fighter
J 34 Hawker Hunter Mk 4 120 1955–1969 -
J 35A Saab 35 Draken 90 1960–1976 -
J 35B Saab 35 Draken 73 1962–1973 -
Sk 35C Saab 35 Draken 25 1962–1998 Rebuilt J 35A fighters
J 35D Saab 35 Draken 120 1964–1984 -
S 35E Saab 35 Draken 59 1965–1979 (28 were rebuilt J 35D:s)
J 35F Saab 35 Draken 230 1969–1989 F1 w/o IRST, F2 with IRST
J 35J Saab 35 Draken 66 1987–1998 Rebuilt F:s
FPL 801 Malmö MFI-9B Mil-trainer 10 1966-68 evaluation only, leased.
A 36 Saab 36 - 1950s planned nuclear bomber
SK 60A Saab 105 150 1967- -
SK 60B Saab 105 46 1970- Rebuilt SK 60A
SK 60C Saab 105 30 1970- Rebuilt SK 60B
SK 60D/E Saab 105 - - Rebuilt, civilian radio/nav, sold
SK 61 Scottish Aviation Bulldog 78 1972-2001 A/B/C/D/E different nav avionics
TP 84 Lockheed C-130H Hercules 8 1965- 2 C-130E's upgraded to -H
TP 85 Sud Aviation Caravelle 2 1971–1998 Elint
AJ 37 Saab 37 Viggen 108 1971–1998 -
SK 37 Saab 37 Viggen 17 1973–2005 -
SK 37E Saab 37 Viggen 10 1999–2005 10 SK 37 converted to ECM/training
SH 37 Saab 37 Viggen 27 1975–1998 maritime surveillance
SF 37 Saab 37 Viggen 28 1977–2003 photo reconnaissance
JA 37 Saab 37 Viggen 149 1979–2005 -
AJS 37 Saab AJ 37 Viggen 115 1992–2000 Modified AJ/SH/SF's
AJSH 37 Saab SH 37 Viggen - 1992–2005 -
AJSF 37 Saab SF 37 Viggen - 1992–2005 -
A 38/SK 38 Saab 38 - - Cancelled
TP 86 North American Sabreliner 2 1981- system trials
TP 87 Cessna 404 3 1982–1989 VIP
TP 88 Fairchild Swearingen Metro III 1 1984–1986 VIP
TP 88B Fairchild Swearingen Metro/Merlin IV C 1 1986–1993 VIP
TP 88C Fairchild Swearingen Metro III 1 1987- Erieye/FS-890 AEW trials
TP 101 Beech 200 Super King Air 4 1988- -
TP 100 Saab 340B 1 1990–2001 VIP
S 100B Saab 340 AEW Argus 6 1994- AEW
TP 102A Gulfstream IV 1 1992- VIP
S 102B Gulfstream IV Korpen 2 1995- Hugin, Munin
TP 102C Gulfstream IV 1 2000- VIP
TP 102D Gulfstream G550 1 2011- VIP
TP 54 Piper PA-31-350 Navajo 1 1993- -
JAS 39A Saab JAS 39 Gripen 106 1997- -
JAS 39B Saab JAS 39 Gripen 14 1998- Two-seater
JAS 39C Saab JAS 39 Gripen 70 2002- -
JAS 39D Saab JAS 39 Gripen 14 2003- Two-seater
TP 103 Cessna Citation II 2 1998- VIP
UAV01 SAGEM Sperwer 3 1999-2010 UAV

Helicopters (Helikopter)

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Hkp 1 Vertol 44 2 1962–1964 -
Hkp 2 Alouette II 8 1956–1986 -
Hkp 3B Agusta Bell 204B 6 1962–1998 -
Hkp 4A Vertol 107-II 9 1964–1992 Four Hkp 4A rebuilt to Hkp 4D SAR/ASW standard
HKP 6C AB-206A JetRanger 1 - -
HKP 9B MBB Bo 105CBS 4 1985–1993 -
HKP 10 Eurocopter Super Puma 12 1988- SAR

Navy

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Hkp 1 Vertol 44 11 1958–1971 (2 formerly in AF)
Hkp 4B Vertol 107-II-15 4 1964-2011 -
HKP 4C Vertol 107-II-16 8 1973-2011 Built by Kawasaki
HKP 4D Vertol 107-II-25 4 1991-2011 Hkp 4B configuration
HKP 6B Agusta-Bell AB 206A JetRanger 11 1970–2002 Training, ASW
TP 54 PA-31 Navajo 5 1989–1997 IFR training[1]
SH 89 CASA C.212 Aviocar 1 1986-2005 ASW/Maritime surveillance

Army

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
Hkp 3C Agusta Bell 204B 19 1963–2000 Some are modified Hkp 3A/B
Hkp 5 Hughes 269A 2 1962–1969 -
HKP 5B Schweizer 300C 28 1980–2002 Training, artillery spotting
HKP 6A Agusta Bell 206A JetRanger 22 1968–2002 -
HKP 9A MBB Bo 105CB-3 21 1987-2010 Anti-armour. After 1999 only used for transport and training.
HKP 11 Agusta-Bell AB 412 5 1994–2005 -
Fixed Wing
Fpl 51A Piper PA-18-150 Super Cub 6 - 1958–1974 -
Fpl 51B Piper PA-18-150 L-21B 24 1958–1974 -
Fpl 53 Dornier Do 27 5 1962–1991 -
Fpl 54 MFI 10 Vipan 2 1963–1964 (evaluation only)
FPL 61C Scottish Aviation Bulldog 20 1972–1989 Transferred to the Air Force in 1989 as SK 61C

Common helicopter wing

Helicopters that entered after a 1998 re-organisation/merger.

All the above active helicopters that were active were merged into this service.

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
HKP 14 NH Industries NH 90 18 2007- In service from 2011. Fully operational from 2016/2020.
HKP 15 Agusta A109 Military 20 2006- 12 Land Based and 8 Sea Based.
HKP 16 Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk 15 2011- Operational from 2013.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Des. Aircraft # Used Year Info
RB01 GAF Jindivik 2 10 1957-1964 Target drone, 104 missions.
RB02 Nord Aviation CT20 - 1964-1979 Jet powered target drone.
RB03 Northrop KD2R-5 ”Humlan” - 1967-2000 Piston powered target drone.
RB06A Beech Aircraft Raytheon MQM-107A - 1977- Target drone.
RB06B Beechcraft MQM-107 Streaker - 1986- Target drone.
* EADS 3 Sigma IrisJet - - Turbojet powered aerial target.
UAV 01 SAGEM Sperwer ”Ugglan” 3 1999-2010 UAV
UAV 02 Elbit Skylark "Falken" 48 2007- UAV
UAV 03 AAI RQ-7 Shadow 200 ”Örnen” 8 2011- UAV
UAV 04 AeroVironment Wasp III "Svalan" - 2010- UAV
UAV 05A AeroVironment Wasp III "Svalan" * 2012- UAV
UAV 05B AeroVironment RQ-20 Puma "Korpen" 12 2012- UAV *12 systems total A+B versions.

See also

References

  1. ^ [1]
  • Swedish military aircraft designations
  • Swedish military aviation
  • World air forces: Sweden
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