BEIJING – Bidding for development of South Korea’s proposed KF-X fighter has been postponed to Feb. 24, as Airbus has reportedly linked with Korean Airlines (KAL) for the program while Boeing has confirmed that it will not participate. The Defense Acquisition Program Agency (DAPA), looking for competing bids, received only an offer from Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) by the original deadline of Feb. 9. KAL was the other possible bidder. But according to the Segye newspaper, it ...

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