The long-awaited Phase 1 Enhancements (P1E) capability package for the Eurofighter Typhoon combat aircraft should enter service with customer nations by the end of the year, according to the Eurofighter consortium. EADS defense division Cassidian announced the end of testing for the P1E program on Oct. 28, following an intensive set of flight trials using two of the consortium’s instrumented production aircraft: IPA4, based in the U.K. with BAE Systems and IPA7, operated by Cassidian in ...

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