Boeing says it optimistic about finalizing deals with the Indian government for the sale of AH-64 Apache attack and CH-47 Chinook transport helicopters this year. Leanne Caret, vice president of vertical lift at Boeing Defense, told Aviation Week’s ShowNews that the company was working through the terms and conditions set by the Indian ministry of defense and had managed to hold the same contract prices on both aircraft for the last four years. “We hope to have a Chinook contract in ...
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