The Indian MOD has issued Request for Proposal (RFP) for acquiring 75 basic aircrafts for the IAF to Embraer, Pilatus, Raytheon, Finmeccanica, Grob, EADS PZL and Korea Aerospace Industries. The companies are required to submit their proposals by March 17
According to India’s Ambassador Arif Shahid Khan, quoted by the Reuters news agency, Eurofighter Typhoon is leading the race to win the new fighter deal for the Indian Air Force ($10.4 billion contract for 126 aircraft)
The Brazilian MoD may be falling shy of announcing a winner in its fighter aircraft competition but there are indications that the Swedish manufacturer SAAB may have emerged as the winner in the technical evaluation which was officially acknowledged as completed by the Brazilian Air Force command. SAAB Gripen, Boeing F-18 and Dassault Rafale are the three contenders in the race to equip Brazil’s Air Force with modern fighters
A survey by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has found that with India as one of the largest importers of defence-related products, offsets would leverage purchasing power and build up the homespun defence industrial base. The Indian defence offsets policy was formulated in 2005 as part of the Defence Procurement Policy and was revised twice thereafter
RM3.4 billion($1 billion) worth of contracts sealed between the Malaysian government and private sector companies both foreign and local, as well as between local and foreign companies at Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA 2009)
Indian Army is looking forward to procure over 100 Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs) for deployment in different kinds of terrains. The Army has initiated the process of acquiring these APCs by issuing a Request for Information (RFI) recently
Thales has today submitted its proposal for New Zealand's Project Alexander - the provision of logistics and support services for the New Zealand Defence Force. As a leader in logistics support services, Thales has global expertise and extensive experience in ensuring the availability and serviceability of mission critical materiel for a variety of defence forces
The exercise to acquire one of the largest Indian Air Force fighter aircraft contract worth over $12 billion started yesterday in Bangalore. Till now, it has been a matter of bidding and talking however, it's the aircraft trial outcomes that will make the difference as tests have begun with the display of Boeing's F/A-18 Super Hornet in Bangalore, India
The Boeing Company today submitted its Final Proposal Revision (FPR) in response to the U.S
The Lockheed Martin led industry team submitted its proposal for the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) fiscal year 2010 contract to the U.S
The field trials for the Rs 42,000-crore ($10 billion approx.) project to acquire 126 medium multirole combat aircraft (MMRCA) for IAF will begin in Bangalore next week
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