An update of a foreign helicopter will probably be chosen for South Korea's KAH program
In theory, it may be a golden opportunity to develop a new helicopter, with an increasingly sophisticated Asian partner and a fat requirement for more than 200 aircraft to get the program going. In practice, there is probably not enough money to do more than update an existing aircraft. South Korea is expecting bids from across the Western helicopter industry to help it build a light attack model. As an alternative to those bids, Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has prepared a design ...
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