Boeing is aggressively pursuing sales of second-hand U.S. Army Chinooks to provide a “bridge” capability to customers operating old CH-47s, or for those that lack heavy-lift helicopters. The company unveiled the plan March 26 at the Fidae 2014 air show in Chile. Chile is a target customer, as the country is deciding how to break down requirements for both tactical transports (such as the C-27J or C-295) and medium/heavy vertical lift. A schedule has not yet been revealed, however, if ...

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