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Saab delivers second GlobalEye to the UAE

Posted 30 September 2020 · Add Comment

Saab today delivered the second GlobalEye Swing Role Surveillance System to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Saab has delivered second GlobalEye to the UAE.  Image: Saab

This follows Saab’s delivery of the first GlobalEye aircraft in April 2020 to the UAE, which has ordered three GlobalEye aircraft. The initial contract was signed in late 2015.

 

“Completing the second GlobalEye delivery in five months is a testament to Saab’s in-house expertise as aircraft manufacturer, sensor provider and large system integrator. I am proud to contribute to the United Arab Emirates’ airborne surveillance capability with GlobalEye, which is the most advanced solution of its kind,” said Micael Johansson, President and CEO of Saab.

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