LONDON — BAE Systems is pursuing deals for Eurofighter Typhoon jets for the UAE and a follow-up deal for the aircraft in Saudi Arabia. The company is keen to push production of the fourth-generation fighter out beyond 2020, CEO Ian King told analysts as the company released its half-year results on Aug. 1. BAE believes there is potential for a follow-up order of between 48 and 72 Typhoons for the Royal Saudi Air Force, on top of the order for 72 aircraft currently being built for ...
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