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SAAB — Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget (Sweden) — Saab Group (originally SAAB, later Saab AB) is a Swedish aerospace and defense company, founded in 1937. From 1947 to 1990 it was the parent company of automobile manufacturer Saab Automobile. and between 1968 and 1995 the company was in a merger with commercial vehicle manufacturer Scania-Vabis, known as Saab-Scania. Aeronautics offers; airborne systems, related subsystems, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and aerostructures The business area Aeronautics is responsible for airframe structures for JAS 39 “Gripen”, and whole sections for Airbus, Boeing and NH90. System development of the JAS 39 “Gripen” and the “Skeldar” VTOL UAV. Aeronautics is also partner in the European joint UAV-project Dassault “nEUROn”, where Saab develop Avionics and is responsible for the overall architecture and design. Marketing and support of the JAS 39 “Gripen” fighter jet is also included in the Aeronautics business area.

  • SAAB A-32A “Lansen” — Two-seat attack aircraft produced by SAAB from 1955 to 1960 for the Swedish Air Force (Flygvapnet)

Santos-Dumont — Santos-Dumont (France)

Saunders — Saunders Aircraft Company (Canada)

Schneider Grunau — Schneider Grunau (Germany)

Schweizer — The Schweizer Aircraft Corporation (USA)

Scottish Aviation — Scottish Aviation Limited (Scotland)

Seversky — Seversky Aircraft Company (USA)

Shaanxi — Shaanxi Aircraft Company (China)

Sharp — John Sharp (USA)

Shenyang — Shenyang Aircraft Corporation (China)

Short — Short Brothers PLC (UK)

SIAI-Marchetti — Alenia Aermacchi (Italy)

  • SIAI-Marchetti SF-260B — Single-engine light monoplane marketed as an aerobatics plane and a military trainer.
  • SIAI-Marchetti SF-260C — Single-engine light monoplane marketed as an aerobatics plane and a military trainer.
  • SIAI-Marchetti SF-260M — Single-engine light monoplane marketed as an aerobatics plane and a military trainer.

Siemens-Schuckert — Siemens-Schuckert (Germany)

Sikorsky — The Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation (USA)

SNIAS — Société Nationale Industrielle Aerospatiale (France)

Socata — Société de Construction d'Avions de Tourisme et d'Affaires (France)

Soko — Soko (Jugoslavia: Bosnia-Hercegovina)

Sonex — Sonex Aircraft LLC (USA)

  • Sonex — Two-seat single-engine low-wing monoplane

Sopwith — Sopwith Aviation Company (UK)

SPAD — Société Pour L'Aviation et ses Dérivés (France)

  • SPAD S.VII — French WWI single-engine single-seat biplane fighter
  • SPAD S.XIII — French WWI single-engine single-seat biplane fighter
  • SPAD S.XVI — French WWI single-engine single-seat biplane fighter

SPAD-Deperdussin — Deperdussin (France)

Spartan — Spartan Aircraft Company (USA)

Spencer — Spencer Amphibian Air Car Inc. (USA)

Sperry — Lawrence Sperry Aircraft Company (USA)

Stampe — Stampe et Renard (Belgium)

  • Stampe SV-4B — Single-engine two-seat biplane sport/trainer

Standard — Standard Aircraft Corporation (USA)

Starn — Starn-EAA (USA)

Stearman — Stearman Aircraft Company (USA)

Steen — Steen Aero Lab. Inc. (USA)

Stewart — Donald Stewart (USA)

Stinson — Stinson Aircraft Corporation (USA)

Stits — Ray Stits (USA)

Stoddard-Hamilton — Stoddard-Hamilton Aircraft Inc. (USA)

Stolp — Stolp Starduster Corp. (USA)

Supermarine — Supermarine Aviation Works. Ltd. (UK)

Supermarine — Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Aircraft Section, Supermarine Division (UK)

Swallow — Swallow Airplane Manufacturing Company (USA)

Swick-T — Swick Taylorcraft (USA)

  • Swick-T — Single-engine high-wing aerobatic monoplane

Symphony — Ostmecklenburgische Flugzeugbau Symphony Aircraft Industries (Germany)


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