LONDON — Though only one year into work on its KC-46A contract, Boeing could accommodate early international orders for the aerial refueler possibly as early as 2018, says Dennis Muilenburg, president of the company’s military sector. Boeing is operating under a contract with the U.S. Air Force to develop the KC-135 replacement and deliver the first 18 aircraft in 2017. The Air Force conducted a preliminary design review this spring, and Boeing is now working on detailed designs. The ...

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