MANCHING, Germany—Germany and Spain look set to become the first of the Eurofighter Typhoon partner nations to install an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar on their aircraft. Details of an early upgrade program that could begin on German EF2000s as soon as mid-2022 were revealed by Airbus on Nov. 5. The proposals would see the installation of what Airbus describes as a Mk. 1 version of the Euroradar consortium’s Captor-E sensor. The Mk. 1 would be a modified ...


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