New fighters are emerging, as key battle heats up between F-35 and ‘fourth-generation’ contenders
Production of new fighter aircraft is set to rise during the next decade, and the landscape of this market overall is about to undergo a drastic change. Aging fleets of Cold War-era fighters are being replaced with a new generation of aircraft that can perform a wider range of missions, are more reliable, and are easier to maintain and upgrade than the aircraft they are replacing. At the same time, several models of fighters currently on the market are nearing the end of their production ...
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