After dangling the Kawasaki P-1 as a potential alternative maritime patrol aircraft to the British in 2015, Japan is now exploring whether there might be international interest in its transport brethren, the Kawasaki C-2. The aircraft, which formally entered service with the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) in March, was one of a number of new-generation airlifters at this year’s Dubai Airshow. Industry appears to have sensed an opportunity in the region. While several Gulf ...

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