Airbus Military sees Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and other Asia-Pacific nations as key markets for its tactical transports
Airbus Military is betting a connection with state-owned aerospace conglomerate Indonesian Aerospace will revive the fortunes of its tactical transport business. Indonesian Aerospace already assembles the CASA C212 and CASA CN235 under license, but the CASA C295, the largest tactical transport in Airbus Military's product range, has always been made in Spain, although that is about to change. On Oct. 26, at Indonesian Aerospace's headquarters in Bandung, an industrial cooperation ...
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