Sk 60, Saab 105 – inside during flight
The recording is a flight from Halmstad to Såtenäs. Sound recording inside the airplane.
0:50 Engine start
4:20 Take off
25:40 Gear out
25:55 On runway
27:50 End of runway, turning and taxiing
33:30 Engines off, hood up
The Saab 105 is an aircraft developed in the early sixties as a private venture by Saab for the Swedish Air Force. It is a high-wing, twin-engine trainer aircraft. The Swedish Air Force designation is SK 60. It entered service in 1967 to replace the De Havilland Vampire.
Engines are two Turbomeca Aubisque low-bypass turbofan engines, license-manufactured by Volvo Flygmotor as the RM 9.
SK 60E is a four-seat airplane. It was used to help train reserve pilots in flying commercial aircraft.