KAI is building FA-50s at close to the designed capacity of the T-50-family production line.
It seems there is a new player at the lower end of the combat aircraft market. Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has now won its third export order for the T-50 family of supersonic trainers and attack aircraft. The Philippines has agreed to take delivery of 12 units of the family’s FA-50 fighter-attack variant by mid-2017, restoring its combat jet force in the face of territorial disputes with China. A contract for the aircraft, part of KAI’s supersonic T-50 family, was announced ...
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