LONDON — Airbus Defense and Space — previously EADS Cassidian — has started test flights carrying the KEPD 350 Taurus cruise missile on the Eurofighter Typhoon. The first flight carrying the weapons took off from Manching air base, Germany, on Jan. 15 on Instrumented Production Aircraft (IPA) 7. The flight follows completion of ground tests and taxi tests late last year. The trials are part of Eurofighter’s Phase 2 Enhancement (P2E) program to integrate new weapons. There is ...
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