Boeing and Saab are reviewing whether to respond to a final request for proposals issued on July 23 for a contract to replace Canada’s fighter fleet.  Lockheed Martin so far is alone among the four bidders to publicly pledge to submit a bid for the 88-aircraft order administered by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC). Lockheed is proposing the F-35A. Airbus, which is offering the Eurofighter Typhoon, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.  The PSPC ...

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