Saab Saab-32 Lansen

Fighter / Ground Attack Aircraft

Saab J32D Lansen, Swedish Air Force, 32606 / 4-06 © Jan Jorgensen
Photo ©: Jan Jorgensen (Photos at airliners.net)
The Saab 32 Lansen is a single-engine two-seat jet fighter and ground-attack aircraft produced by the Swedish manufacturer Saab AB, Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget. The fighter-version was designated J 32 by the Swedish Air Force (Flygvapnet), the attack-version A 32. The Saab 32 was also used as a photo-reconnaissance aircraft (S 32).
The Swedish Air Force was the sole operator of the Saab 32.
Crew2
Propulsion1 Turbojet Engine
Engine ModelSvenska Flygmotor RM6A
Engine Power
dry/with Afterburner
47,0 / 65,3 kN10566 / 14680 lbf
Speed1145 km/h618 kts
  711 mph
Mmo (max. Mach)Mach 0.93
Service Ceiling16.000 m52.493 ft
Range3.200 km1.728 NM
1.989 mi.
Empty Weight7.000 kg15.432 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight13.500 kg29.762 lbs
Wing Span13,00 m42 ft 8 in
Wing Area37,4 m403 ft
Length14,50 m47 ft 7 in
Height4,65 m15 ft 3 in
First Flight03.11.1952
Production Statusout of production
Production Range1954-1960
Total Production450
ICAO CodeSB32
Data for (Version)Saab J32B
VariantsA 32A, J 32B, S 32C, J 32D, J 32E

[Photo-ID: 10736] Karsten Palt 2014-10-23
Saab J32E Lansen, Swedish Air Force / Flygvapnet, 32543, c/n 32-543, Karsten Palt, 2014Saab
J32E Lansen
Swedish Air Force / Flygvapnet
Reg.: 32543
c/n: 32-543
 
Museo del Aire [Madrid]
[Photo-ID: 10737] Karsten Palt 2014-10-23
Saab J32E Lansen, Swedish Air Force / Flygvapnet, 32543, c/n 32-543, Karsten Palt, 2014Saab
J32E Lansen
Swedish Air Force / Flygvapnet
Reg.: 32543
c/n: 32-543
 
Museo del Aire [Madrid]