Team 60 Swedish Air Force"Team 60", The Swedish Air Force aerobatic team.
Officially they started to fly in 1973, before that period they were called the Vikings and were disbanded in 1968 but reborn in 1973 as Team 60.
They are based at the Flying Training School at Ljungbyhed in Sweden.
Like the Spanish Team they are not a full-time Team. It's hard to see
them outside Sweden, approximately twice a year they leave Sweden.
The best chance to see them is at Koksijde Airshow (B) or at the Air Tattoo at Fairford (GB).
They fly with the Saab 105 SK 60. The Saab 105 is a trainer and light attack plane. The Saab has side-by-side accommodation for a pupil and instructor.
Wing span: 9,5 m.
Length: 10,50 m.
Height: 2,70 m.
Max. speed at sea level: 447 mph.(970 km/h)
Max. speed: Mach 0.86 (± 1032 km/h)
Max. altitude: 39,400 ft.(12000 m.)
Empty weight: 5,534 lbs.(2510 kg.)
Max. weight: 14,330 lbs.(6500 kg.)
Powerplant: two Turboméca Aubisque turbofans
Thrust: 1,640 lbs.(743 kg.) (each)