KAI's Surion is luring a series of domestic contracts
Often, brochures for a new aircraft program depict a splendid variety of potential versions. Program managers, eager to persuade decision makers a proposed aircraft is viable, suggest it can fill this role as well as that, and—with further development—a few more besides. The temptation for such optimistic promotion is perhaps strongest for helicopters because they are so adaptable. So plenty of possible roles were advertised last decade for what was then the proposed Korean Utility ...
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