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Ukrainian company Aerotechnica specializes in modernizing Soviet-era radar equipment.
UAC subsidiaries are exhibiting under one roof at this year’s Farnborough show.
The Eurofighter contract adds further components to the ones already supplied by Denroy, which now provides 180 separate parts for the Typhoon.
Russia’s break with Ukraine is driving efforts to broaden company’s supply base.
Embraer and Saab announced on Friday a memorandum of understanding to partner in delivering the program for the Brazilian air force.
The Scorpion jet took the industry by surprise although it is still awaiting its first customer as testing continues.
Work is continuing “night and day” to return the F-35 to flight as operating agency say it is “continuing the effort to debut in the UK.”
The UK’s new Military Aviation Authority has created delays in programs as it beds in.
Passive detection of aircraft has been developing for many decades and there is renewed interest in Eastern Europe.