BENGALURU, India – India will soon finalize a platform for developing its indigenous Airborne Warning and Control Systems Aircraft (AWACS), with Airbus Defense and Space apparently emerging as the sole bidder with its A330 widebody aircraft. "We were looking at civilian aircraft such as Boeing 767 or Airbus A330 to integrate the indigenously developed radar, the key element of the AWACS, which will be a rotating rotodome with electronic scanning. With Boeing opting out of the ...

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