Based on the current order book, there are now just 99 Eurofighter aircraft left to be delivered by Airbus, BAE Systems and Leonardo. Production of the Eurofighter would have ended next year if it had not been for Italy’s success in securing a key order for 28 aircraft in Kuwait. The order secures series production of the Typhoon out until 2023, potentially helping to put the aircraft in a comfortable position to compete in upcoming fighter programs – including Belgium where the ...

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