Argentina’s state-owned aircraft manufacturer, Fabrica Argentina de Aviones (Fadea) is investing in a family of training aircraft it hopes will revive the fortunes of the country’s aerospace industry. The company, which dates back to the 1920s, has suffered in recent years, in part because of the fragile state of the Argentine economy. Plans to build helicopters in conjunction with China and locally assemble a fleet of new fighters have come to naught, and this lack of orders ...

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