Björn Andreasson was wartime designer at AB Flygindustri sailplane works. In 1944 designed and flew BA-4 ultralight biplane, updated as BA-4B for home construction. In 1950s in San Diego (USA)…
AB Svenska Järnvägsverkstäderna was one of 2 Swedish manufacturers 1928-35. Took over Jaktfalk fighter programme, made Douglas 8A-5.
Main maintenance depots of Royal Swedish AF, 1928-35 built C.V, Hart and Fw 44 under licence.
Staffan W. Ekström produces series of Humlan 2 light autogyros.
Hugo Ericson built light aircraft 1971.
Arboga firm, not normally building complete aircraft, was to produce BA-14 Starling jointly with MFI.
Embargo on export of US fighters October 1940 resulted in self-sufficient home fighter project led by Bo Lundberg, managed by Flygförvaltningens Verkstad (air board workshop). Resulting J22 fighter flew 21…
Fibra AB at Vrena claim to be developing Fibra 8 turboprop proficiency trainer.
AB Flygindustri formed by Junkers December 1921 at Linhamm, Malmö, to evade Allied Control Commission prohibitions. Produced F13 and many Swedish-designed types: A20 (1923), G23, G24, K30C, W34, K37, K39,…
AB Flygindustri, unconnected with previous company, established at Halmstad 1937 to build Fi 1 sailplane. Gliders included 5 examples of Fi 3 troop transport 1944.
Giant shipyard and industrial concern at Gothenburg which opened aircraft department 1934 and from 1935 built Hawker Hart under licence and several types of light aircraft, notably GV.38 high-wing 2-seater.
Industrigruppen JAS AB formed 1981 to represent activities of Saab-Scania, Ericsson, Volvo Flygmotor and FFV in JAS 39 Gripen programme. Acts as single industrial contractual interface with FMV (defence material…
JAS Industrigruppen formed 1980 to manage JAS (then JAS 39) programme; later IG JAS. 1992 saw funding for further 110 JAS 39A plus 2-seat JAS 39B. See also SAAB.
AB Malmö Flygindustri (MFI) formed at Bulltofta 1959 as subsidiary of Trellborgs Gummifabric to produce aircraft and missile parts in rubber, plastics, glassfibre and laminates. Produced MFI-9 Junior (previously Andreasson…
Björn Andreasson formed own company (see Andreasson) and later developed MFI-18, MFI-15 with all-composites wing, tested at a newly formed MFI (Malmö Forsknings & Innovations AB). Andreasson then designed MFI…
AB Nyge-Aero, Nyköping, built VLA-1 light 2-seater 1984.
Svenska Aeroplan AB founded at Trollhattan 1937 to make military aircraft: amalgamated 1939 with Aircraft Division of Svenska Järnvägsverkstäderna rolling stock factory at Linkoping; renamed Saab Aktiebolag May 1965; merged…
Scandinavian Aircraft Construction AB was formed 1984 by Peter Ahrens, ownership by various Scandinavian companies. Following demise of Ahrens Aircraft, Mr Ahrens’ son Kim carried out basic design of KM-180…
Sparmann’s Flyplanverkstad established 1935 Stockholm, producing S-1 single-seat low-wing advanced trainer, small series for Swedish AF 1937.
Established as Svenska Aero Aktiebolaget (not related to SAAB) at Lidingö by C.C. Bücker to build to Heinkel designs. Early products included S.1 and S.11 seaplanes. HD.14 torpedo bomber and…
Södertelge Werkstäder Aviatikavdelningen formed by Baron Carl Söderström 1913 after he had qualified as pilot at Pau. Director of Scania-Vabis, new company had ample resources for producing variety of licensed…