Airbus and Dassault to team up on combat fighter

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2018/04/25 | 508 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | DEFENCE

Airbus and Dassault Aviation announced Wednesday they intend to team up on the development of a French-German combat fighter, a project Paris and Berlin unveiled last year.The two firms "have decided to join forces for the development and production of Europe's Future Combat Air System," or FCAS, which is intended to enter service by 2040, they said in a joint statement released at the Berlin air show.The French and German governments are expected to make an announcement during the air show ...(…)

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