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Boeing rolls out first F-15SA for Royal Saudi Air Force

written by | May 2, 2013
The Royal Saudi Air Force has been an F-15 operator since the 90s. (Boeing)

Boeing has rolled out the first F-15SA for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The F-15SA, the newest variant of the F-15, provides improved performance and increased survivability at a lower life-cycle cost, Boeing says. The aircraft has two additional wing stations for increased payload and capability.

Flight-testing began this year on the F-15SA.


The Royal Saudi Air Force has operated F-15S fighters since the 1990s.

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