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  • Reuterslast year

    Finmeccanica in talks with Airbus over taking control of ATR

    Italian defence company Finmeccanica is discussing with France's Airbus the possibility of taking full control of regional planemaker ATR, Chief Executive Mauro Moretti said on Thursday. ATR is a joint ...

  • Reuterslast year

    F35 fighter jets recommended to Danish government by expert group - radio

    Denmark should buy 28 of Lockheed Martin's F35 Lightning fighter jets to replace its present F16 jets, an expert group formed by the Danish Ministry of Defence has recommended to the government, according to local radio. The group found that the Lightning was better than Eurofighter's Typhoon and Boeing Co's F/A-18E/F Super Hornet in four priority areas: military combat, economy, strategics and Danish industrial cooperation with the producer, Radio24syv said citing sources close to the negotiations. The expert group recommended that Denmark should buy 28 fighter jets from Lockheed Martin, it said.

  • Reuterslast year

    Gloves come off in fight to win Denmark's combat jet order

    U.S. defence giants Lockheed Martin and Boeing have stepped up their battle in Denmark to win a $5 billion order for combat jets which is due to be decided next month, with an advertising blitz in newspapers and on billboards by Boeing reflecting the importance they give to winning the deal. The result of the Danish government's lengthy deliberations is expected to make waves around the global defence market, as several other nations also have to decide whether to replace their aged warplanes with Lockheed Martin Corp's brand new F-35 Lightnings or play safe with cheaper, older-generation planes such as Boeing's F/A-18E/F Super Hornets.