• Draken International

    Draken International is uniquely positioned to provide tactically relevant adversary services, threat simulation, research, chase and other training services on behalf of the United States Military and Department of Defense.

  • Adversary Services

    Draken International owns and operates a fleet
    of more than 50 tactical jet aircraft. This
    includes the multi-role APG-66 radar
    equipped A-4K Skyhawks, the CAS/JTAC
    optimized AerMacchi MB-339CB and the
    supersonicand Jaybird radar-equipped
    Mikoyan Mig-21BIS.

  • Safety Statement

    Draken International is committed to an unwavering safety policy for all aircraft operations. This includes a dedicated team of experienced maintenance technicians utilizing the latest technology for all
    aircraft inspections and oversight.

About Us

Draken International creates a new standard in aviation service capabilities for all branches of the United States Military and Department of Defense. With over 50 jets, Draken International operates the largest fleet of privately owned tactical aircraft in the world. As an organization, we are uniquely positioned to answer the growing demand for contract air support. The foundation at Draken International is superior to the competition in ...

Draken International MiG-21’s Delivered Coast to Coast
09/30/2013
Draken International

LAKELAND, FL (September 2013) – Draken International, a leading provider of commercial air services, continues to rapidly build up its supersonic fleet with the delivery of …

Draken International to Display Aircraft at AirVenture Oshkosh 2013
07/23/2013
Draken International

LAKELAND, FL (August 2013) – Draken International, the world's largest operator of ex-military fighter aircraft, will display two Douglas A-4K Skyhawks …

Gov. Scott Announces Draken International to Expand in Lakeland, Add 55 Jobs
04/10/2013
Draken International

LAKELAND, FL (April 2013) – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced that Draken International will create 55 jobs and invest nearly …