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In the aviation business since 1960

Manufacturing and sales of parts  for small aircraft.


The scope of work peformed by Flygkonsulterna includes the manufacturing and sales of parts for MFI-9, Saab MFI-15-200/200A and Saab 91 Safir. All work is performed in-house with dedicated personnel and where necessary, with the support of suppliers.
All products are handled and distributed by certifying staff trained in issuing the Authorised Release Certificate AUB Form 1. 

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Saab Aircrafts


MFI-9
MFI 9 Junior was the first sales success of MFI and it was based on Björn Andreasson´s BA 7. MFI 9 Junior was first manufactured in Malmö and later on licenced manufactured at Bölkow in Germany (204 aircraft).
One reason that MFI Junior or MFI 9 became popular among the flying clubs was the good capabilities for glider towing.
The aircraft was on the small side. To solve this problem it was decided to build a bump on both sides of the cockpit to increase the room for the elbows. The wing construction was also reinforced and a more powerful landing gear installed. 47 aircraft was built in this version that was called MFI-9B.

Carl Gustav von Rosen in Biafra
“Disgusted at the suffering the Nigerian government inflicted on the Biafrans and the continuous harassment of international relief flights by the Nigerian Air Force, Carl Gustav von Rosen hatched a plan in collaboration with the French secret service to strike back at Nigerian air power. He imported five small civilian single engine Malmö MFI-9 planes produced by SAAB, which he knew could also be used for a ground attack role in warfare. He had the planes painted in camouflage colours and fitted with rockets from Matra, and proceeded with a crew of two Swedes and two Biafrans to form a squadron called 'Babies of Biafra' to strike the air fields from which the federal Nigerian Air Force launched their attacks against the civilian population in Biafra.”
Source: Wikipedia 
Saab MFI-15-200/200A
Saab MFI-15 Safari, also known as the Saab MFI-17 Supporter, is a propeller-powered basic trainer aircraft used by several air forces.
On 26 February 1971 the prototype was flown with the more powerful Avco Lycoming IO-360-A1B6 air-cooled flat-4 piston engine, which became the standard powerplant for the production version, now designated as the Saab Safari. A braced shoulder-wing monoplane with fixed tricycle landing gear, available optionally with tail-wheel landing gear, it provides side-by-side enclosed accommodation for two and has dual controls as standard. It has forward-swept wings to maintain correct centre of gravity. This design constraint applies also to the ARV Super2 and the Bölkow Bo 208 Junior, the latter a license-built version of the Malmö MFI-9 Junior.

A military version designated originally Saab-MFI 17 was flown on 6 July 1972 and differed from the Safari by being equipped more specifically for use as a military trainer, or for artillery observation or forward air control and liaison.; this version was later named Saab Supporter.[1] In August 1978 Saab flew a prototype version of the Safari with a 157 kW Continental flat-six turbocharged engine; designated Safari TS, it did not enter production. A trainer based on the Safari's design was built in kit form for assembly in Pakistan as the Mushshak, with 92 aircraft delivered to the Pakistani Air Force. A later batch of 120 aircraft was built entirely in Pakistan.[2]

Of the 250 fully assembled aircraft built by Saab, the majority were bought by private fliers. Including the 212 Pakistani CKD or locally built aircraft, a total of 462 versions of the Safari were produced. The Royal Norwegian Air Force purchased their Safaris in 1981. Today 16 of the aircraft are stationed at Bardufoss Air Station.
Saab 91 Safir
Saab 91 Safir is an all-metal, low-wing three- or four-seater powered by a Lycoming 0-360-A1A engine. The excellent flying characteristics of the airplane make it very suitable for both private flying and training purposes. As a trainer it is useful for primary advanced and instrument flight training since it is designed to meet the most exacting military requirements on structural ruggedness. The aircraft can also be utilizes for taxi, ambulance and aerial mapping purposes. The main difference between the Saab 91 D Safir...

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info@flygkonsulterna-moe.se
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Måndag-fredag: 8:00-16:00