LONDON - Flight-testing of three two-seat Eurofighter instrumented production aircraft (IPAs) has been suspended pending investigation of the crash of a two-seat DA.6 developmental Eurofighter in Spain on Nov. 21. The crash was the first aircraft loss suffered in more than 2,000 hours of flying time by seven development and three IPAs. The remaining six developmental aircraft apparently have not been grounded, however. The aircraft took off from the EADS-CASA Getafe factory in ...
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