The Central American state of Guatemala has become the first export customer for the Argentine-built Fábrica Argentina de Aviones (FAdeA) IA-63 Pampa III jet trainer. The $28 million contract for two aircraft also covers training and maintenance. The aircraft will be used for flight training and border control. The deal, signed on July 3 between the heads of state of Argentina and Guatemala, is a small yet significant boost for the Pampa III program, which has faced budgetary ...

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