Boeing has confirmed plans to compete for the CF-18 replacement contract in Canada despite expressing surprise in June about a late change to the evaluation criteria, a spokesman says. Boeing and Lockheed Martin are now the two confirmed bidders for the Future Fighter Capability program, with the F/A-18E/F and F-35A as the eligible candidates. Canada also selected Dassault, Eurofighter and Saab as qualified bidders, but the Rafale and Typhoon teams have withdrawn from the competition, ...

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