As the Lockheed Martin F-35 enters service in ever-growing numbers across the world, air chiefs are recognizing that the aircraft’s sustainment costs need to fall and availability needs to increase. While the cost of individual aircraft is declining, U.S. government watchdogs continue to question the aircraft’s flying rates and inability to meet reliability and maintenance targets. But in the UK, BAE Systems believes it may be able to solve some of the cost challenge as part of ...

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